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Treehouse TV was launched in 1994 as a YTV's morning block. It would later become a full-time 24-hour children's programming network three years later on November 1, 1997. It usually airs programs from Nick Jr. and Cartoonito. It also airs original programming.
1st ID (1997-2005)
- Osbert Plunky's House:
- Losing Houses:
Technique: All CGI animation.
Music/Sounds: Various sound effects, accompanied by a cheerful tune. All of the idents feature the iconic Treehouse TV jingle (a chorus of children singing "You're watching Treehouse!") at the end.
Availability: Extinct. The idents played regularly during Treehouse TV programming between November 1997 and September 2005. They returned sometime after for a short period.
2nd ID (1998-2013)
- Playtime: A village (Treetown in question) is shown with various CGI objects and live-action children. A dragonfly transitions the scene to the Treehouse logo and model seen in the 1997 Blooming and Shrinking idents.
- Clock Tower & Bird: The clock seen in the 1997 Losing Houses ident appears. A CGI bird flies from it into the sky. Various copies are temporarily shown with the main one, until we transition to the Treehouse logo and model in the window.
- Bug to Window: A CGI ladybug, after making a close-up on the camera, is spotted by three children. We then transition back to the window with the Treehouse logo and model.
- Hula Hoop & Bubbles: Two children spin around with hula hoops above their heads with bubbles on display, making a CGI fish go through one of the hoops. We then transition to the Treehouse logo and model in the window.
Technique: A mix of live-action and CGI animation.
Music/Sounds: All of the idents feature a shortened version of the last logos' theme. The version in question was originally taken from the Blooming ident from 1997, while other variants had different versions of the theme.
Avaliability: Extinct. The idents played regularly during Treehouse TV programming between sometime in 1998 until April 2013.
3rd ID (2004-2013)
- Rainbow: We pan down from a rainbow, which on the grass of the village, the Treehouse logo pops out of it. A portion of this was also used for the 2007 Treehouse Originals logo.
Technique: CGI animation.
Music/Sounds: These idents featured new and re-recorded versions of the iconic Treehouse TV jingle:
- The Welcome and Caterpillar versions used slow variants.
- The Frog and Butterfly versions used slightly faster ones.
- The Rainbow and Ladybug versions used quick variants of the jingle.
Music/Sounds Trivia: The music used here would be reused for the next set of idents.
Availability: Extinct. The idents played regularly during Treehouse TV programming between September 2004 and April 2013.
4th ID (2013-present)
Technique: CGI animation from Amblagar Studio, more advanced than the previous sets of IDs.
Music/Sounds: Same as the previous ID, but with birds chirping.
Availability: Currently seen before Treehouse TV programming as of April 2013.