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Rede InterTV is a Brazilian television network based in Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro, a subsidiary of Grupo Incospal, owned by businessman Fernando Aboudib Camargo. Founded in 2004, it controls 7 TV stations affiliated with TV Globo in the states of Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Norte. Together, they currently cover 511 municipalities and around 11.4 million potential viewers.
|1st ID (2004-2006)||2nd ID (2006-2015)|
1st ID (2004-2006)
Logo: We see the camera flies around a multi-colored floor, forming by a bunch of shapes. As the camera zooms out, we see the multi-colored floor floats on a black background, and a blue ball obscures it. Then, the blue ball is covered by a small silver shield as the ball rotates itself (and as the camera zooms out), the word "INTER TV " flips in below the blue ball, a small rainbow curve also appears under the blue ball, and the black background turns into blue.
Technique: The camera moving around, the word panning and the ball spinning. Quite outdated animation for the mid-2000s.
Music/Sounds: A proud and cheerful fanfare, followed by a chorus singing "Inter TV!".
Legacy: This logo would have been nice if it was made for the 80s and even for the 90s. But for the mid-2000s, the bad animation just make this logo feel cheap and outdated. At least it has some nice music though.
2nd ID (2006-2015)
Music/Sounds: "Into the Action" by Jeremy Stone.