United Artists Broadcasting

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
mr3urious

Captures by
mr3urious

Editions by
V of Doom and D.L. Chandell

Background

United Artists owned and operated two television stations between 1968 and 1977. Legal IDs for the company would typically say "United Artists Broadcasting: an entertainment service of Transamerica Corporation.", along with the Transamerica T logo. UAB/Transamerica would exit the broadcasting business in 1977 following the sale of WUAB to the Gaylord Broadcasting Company.

(1968-1977)

Nickname: "Transamerica T"

Logo: We see the text "United Artists Broadcasting" in the same font as the text in the film logo zooming in and arranging itself at the bottom of the screen. Then, two sets of blue lines move upward and outward to form the Transamerica T "Flower".

Technique: The forming of the "T".

Music/Sounds: Just a man saying "United Artists Broadcasting: An entertainment service of Transamerica Corporation."

Availability: Extinct. It was only used as an ID for various United Artists-owned stations, such as WUAB in Cleveland, Ohio.


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