Nickname: P-Head and Friends
Public Broadcasting Service logo 1971-1985

Public Broadcasting Service logo 1971-1985

The 1971 Tri-colored Everyman

The 1971 Tri-colored
Pbs logo
Everyman is a logo that starts off on a black background with a blue P zooming back into its place. Later, with a P turning into a P-Head added facing left, and the word "PUBLIC" below, and both move to the left of the screen. Following that, it is an orange B with two black dots within it, and the word "BROADCASTING" below "PUBLIC". Finally, a green S appears next to the B, and two black dots appear within it, and the word "SERVICE" appears below "BROADCASTING". Which can be used on 1976-1984 episodes of Austin City Limits during the first nine seasons, 1980-1983 episodes of The Woodwright's Shop during the first three seasons, and 1981-1984 episodes of MotorWeek during the first three seasons. The logo was changed to the 1984 Split Profile logo.

Scare FactorEdit

None to Minimal. The Moog synthesizer music and primitive animation are certain to unnerve more than a few unsuspecting viewers, especially if viewed in a completely darkened room or succeeding credits with a black background. Kids might think this logo is not so scary, but it's harmless. But for people who hate this logo, medium to nightmare.
Public Broadcasting Service ident (1971)

Public Broadcasting Service ident (1971)

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