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What do you think is the CBC's best logo ever?  

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I liked the 1986-1992 series of idents the best.

 

And the truth about that logo....it was only blue on white and white on blue in print. In terms of on TV, the logo was actually glass, as in see-through.

 

The logo also changed color in terms of time of day. It was like this.

 

Morning(SignOn-Noon Local)-Rainbow Colors

Afternoon(Noon-6PM Local)-Sea Blue

 

However, the 2 above sometimes got reversed, where Sea Blue would be seen in the morning, and Rainbow would be seen in the afternoon.

 

Evening(7PM-10PM Local)-Dark Purple Gradient Background

Late Night(10PM-SignOff Local)-Purple On Black Background

 

And a logo that was a one-year-only logo in this series.

 

1986 Exclusive-Black & Gold(50th Anniversary of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)

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How they gonna have the 50th parallel be a curved line, and then the 48th parallel be a straight line?

 

Also, Canada was apparently planning to capture Alaska's southeastern islands.

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29 minutes ago, sc49erfan15 said:

Also, Canada was apparently planning to capture Alaska's southeastern islands.

 

Juneau is inaccessible by road, if BC wants to build a series of bridges to it, it's theirs.

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