TV Vale do Uruará

From Audiovisual Identity Database

(Redirected from TV Vale do Uruará (Brazil))

Credits
Logo descriptions by
AlvaroTangahu

Editions by
Thesquidgeeks

Video captures courtesy of
Arquivo Proprio

(2002)

Logo: On a skyline of Uruará, the TV Vale do Uruará logo (a white rectangle with a difficult-to-describe "V" and stripes that look like the Bulgarian flag) appears with a spinning effect, along with "TV VALE DO URUARÁ" with no effect and "Canal 11" with a different effect. The next scene, which is "TV VALE DO URUARÁ", appears with a paper airplane effect. The next scene, which is "Canal 11", appears with a balloon effect. The next scene, which is "5 anos Outrogada", appears with a paper effect. The next scene, which is the Band logo with a white background, appears with another effect. The TV Vale do Uruará logo then appears with the same effect. We then see a camera effect with the logo still intact. We finally see the final result.

FX/SFX: Possibly done on a video editor.

Music/Sounds: A dance-like fanfare, which might be a piece of stock music from the editor they used.

Availability: Extinct.

Legacy: Thanks to the cheap transion and the cheap stock music, this logo is highly regarded as the worst ident coming from Brazil of all time in the logo community.

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.