Telefe (Argentina)

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Logo descriptions by Thisisanswer and Unnepad

Canal Once/Canal 11

1st Logo (1981)

Nicknames: "The Lasers", "ollce"

Logo: On a black background, a white circle can be seen in the middle of the screen. Then, several multicolored lasers wipe in the circle, in which it zooms in to fill the rest of the screen. After a bit, the text "I98I" and "es". When they rest, a duplicate form and fly to the bottom of the stack, in which "o ce" wipes in. This formed the word "once", with the lines forming an "II". The text then fly into the background, leaving the lasers.

FX/SFX: The lasers and the circle, the text zooming in and logo forming.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1982-1983)

Nicknames: "The Grid City", "The Obelisk", "callal"

Logo: On a black background, a grid can be seen scrolling along the bottom of the screen with abluehorizon. White lines then appear in the distance, drawing an outline of an obelisk, which then fills with white as 2 city rows wipe in with shining windows. This creates an effect similar to the print logo at the time, before a circle showing the top of the obelisk, like a magnifying glass, appear zooming to the screen. Once in the top, we can see a blue trapezium, which is cutted by a line that reach the bottom of the screen forming the words "L.S. 84 TV CANAL 11 BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA", and morphs into two lines, while a lines appear moving to the lines while appear to be "scanning" the word "ca al". The lines reach thebluelines and flashes, while the previous words fades in and finally showing "callal". The letters on the sides are in a very abstract-looking font, and are in red. The logo also now has a metallic shine to it.

Variant: A completely different, shorter version exists.On a black background, 4 light sparks, each in a different color and having 2 thick lines on the ends of them, fly across the screen. Abluelight spark then appears and splits, drawing a pair of blue thick lines in the middle of the screen, with a white outline slowly expanding around them. The rest of the logo then forms in a similar fashion to the end of the main version. This version uses an abridged version of the synth cello.

FX/SFX: The obelisk being drawn, the forming of the outlines.

Music/Sounds: Many computer beeps can be heard, in which it is followed by an synth flute/cello tune with the announcer.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

3rd Logo (1983)

Nicknames: "The Neon Lion" , "Beeps and Neon", "Neon Everything", "Neon Cartoon"

Logo: On a black background, aorangeneon lined lion with abluecrown resembling the Teleonce lion is seen with a neonbluecamera. He begins to operate the camera and a neonblue"O" zooms in from the camera. The lion and camera fade out and the letters "N", "C", and "E" wipe in, forming "ONCE". The word spins in a panoramic view and then a neon horse rider leaps out of the "C" and grabs out a lasso. The lasso splits into 5 circles and horse rider disappears. 2 of the circles disappear and the remaining 3 turn into woman dancing can-can. The logo then cuts to an couple about to kiss in a dim room with smoke around it. We then cut to aballerinadancing in the "O" which zooms in. The ballerina then morphs into a curtain which then opens up to reveal a clown. We then cut to a person playing a electric guitar in the "O" which also zooms in. We then cut to a person with a camera looking around. We then cut to apurpleplanet. A satellite spins around the planet. We then cut to a diver in the "O" ready to dive. The "O" then slides back and the diver then morphs into a plane and flies through the "O". The logo zooms out, revealing the words "CANAL ONCE". "LS 84 TV CANAL 11 - BUENOS AIRES - ARGENTINA" in blue then fades in below.

FX/SFX: The neon objects and various people, the transitions.

Music/Sounds: A synthesized theme to fit the different cuts of the logo. While the three woman dance can-can, a synthesized arrangement ofInfernal Galopfrom Offenbach'sOrpheus in the Underworld(the tune most associated with this dance) is heard. An announcer may be heard sometimes.

Availability: Extinct. Might have been used with the 3rd and 4th logos.

Editor's Note: None.

4th Logo (1984-1985)

WARNING: The music in the video is quite loud, so we recommend you turn down your volume before watching it.

Nickname: "Fast 11"

Logo: On a black background, "canal" inyellowzooms in while 2 large, italicized "1"s fly in a red outline, one slowly from the center and the other quickly from the top right. The "1"s also have thin "ramps" attached to the bottom of them. When they collide with each other, the outlines quickly fill with white, causing the background to becomeblueand the "11"red. The "11" then becomes darker and a white gradient fills the bottom half of the number."LS 84 TV BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA" in white, also in a stacked position, then wipe in one by one next to the number.

FX/SFX: The halves of the 11 flying together.

Music/Sounds: A heavy synth theme with 3 very loud notes at the beginning, with an announcer, ending with computer beeps.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

5th Logo (1985-1986)

Nicknames: "Sunshine 11", "The Arrow Transformation"

Logo: On a black background, several stripes of orange and yellow shades wipe into a downward tube shape. A mound then forms with ayellowarrow growing out of it. Everything but the arrow then fades toblue, while the arrow fades tored. It fades to a red "11" and "CANAL ONCE" fades in below, along with broadcast info on the bottom.

FX/SFX:The Scanimated lines, the logo forming.

Music/Sounds: A dreamy synth tune with an announcer.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note:None.

6th Logo (1986-1988)

Nicknames: "11 in Space", "The Void of Space", "Callal II"

Logo: On a zooming space background, "canal" in a indigo futuristic font flips into place. A white "II" flips onto the N and plasters itself there. "LS 84 TV BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA" in white and in a stacked fashion fades in

FX/SFX:The flipping.

Music/Sounds: Same as before but extended.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note:None.

7th Logo (1988-1989)

Nicknames: "The White 11", "The Bars", "Callal III"

Logo: On a black background with aorangeglow spot in the lower right corner, a row of lines with a couple of bumps draws in and 2 more lines draw under the row of lines. Another row of lines draws itself onto the bottom lines and flashes. The lines disappear and the glow spot turns into a row of lines. The lines fly into the front of the screen and rotate forward. There is a white square on the other side and 2 pictures as well as "LS 84" in a Art Deco font fly and settle in. The "C", "A", second "A", and "L" zoom out and rotate as the "ll" zooms out with a particle effect. Another white square rotate to the top of the screen and "BUENOS AIRES" fades in. "LS 84" shines.

FX/SFX: A mix of CGI and 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: An upbeat theme with anannouncer.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

8th Logo (1989)

Nicknames: "Canal Once, The Second", "The Warehouse of Canal Once", "Conce"

Logo: In what appears to be a warehouse, there is a large box made ofgrayboxes with a "C" with a "O" in it.Grayblocks fly in to form agrayline. When the 4th block flies in, angoldversion of the symbol with the "O" spinning rotates in. "nce", also ingoldflies in asred,green, andyellowline slide in. "Ls 84 Canal 11 Bs. As." inyellowslides in as agreenline slides to the top of the box. The O continues to spin.

FX/SFX: The box forming and lines.

Music/Sounds: An dark rock tune with anannouncer.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.


1st Logo (1990)

Logo: On a book flip transition, we see the words "TELEFE", on a futuristic,bluefont (The "T" and "F" are bigger than the other letters and both covering the first and last "E"s), and the indicator "LS84 T.V. CANAL 11 BS.AS.ARGENTINA", all on alight bluemetallic grid-like background. After a minutes the logo shines.

FX/SFX: The page flipping, the shining.

Music/Sounds: An organ theme with the announcer.

Availability: Extinct. The logo was used less than a year.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1990-1999)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls"

Logo: On a white gradient background, we see 3 balls: One is blue and has the letters "TE", other is green and has the letters "LE", and the last one is red and has the letters "FE". These balls appear flying throug the screen and places in the correct order, forming the word "TELEFE". The indicator appear below

Variant: A short version just consist in the 3 balls appearing in the same background. Later, in 1991, the background became black instead of white. For 2000, another variant was used, this time with white rings.

FX/SFX: The spheres.

Music/Sounds: Same as before, but with a slighty different announcer. The short version has a majestic tune.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

3rd Logo (1991-199?)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls II", "Ambiental Balls"

Logo: Most of these ID's consists in the same balls ftom before appearing on a random live action scenary, mostly impliying a season.

Variants: TBA

FX/SFX: Depends, but is mostly live action.

Music/Sounds: The early variants used the previous theme of the short variant. Some later ones had a female choir singing "Teeleeefeeee!".

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

4th Logo (199?-199?)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls III", "Te, Le & Fe"

Logo: A similar idea from before, but now we see the balls from before but animated and acting like people. The situations or scenaries are also more cartoonish.

Variants: Spring 1996: The 3 balls are riding in bikes on a valley, but several butterflies appear chasing them. The balls are trying to escape, but they fail and ends up falling. Rainbow: The balls slides and falls from a forming rainbow to the floor.

FX/SFX: Depends of the variant.

Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

5th Logo (2000-2001)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls IV", "Crystal Balls"

Logo: On a white foggy/water surface, we see the same balls from the previous 3 logos, except that these ones are made of glass and lack of the words "TELEFE". These leaves a shadow of the same colors that gradually changes from angle. Below is writen "Juntos, todo bien".

Variants: There was a transition version with the slogan "telefe, un sentimiento". This was used before the next logo During winter, the logo appear on a snow surface and is snowing. During fall, a leaf appear flying throught the screen. On a seasonal version, the logo appear raining.

FX/SFX: The foggy background, the color shadows, the text writting.

Music/Sounds: Depending on the variants.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

6th Logo (2001)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls V", "Auroras"

Logo: On a white background, we see a stripe flying, after that we see the redesign logo with "un sentimento" under the spheres, then the words telefe spins around the tri coloured lines.

FX/SFX: The line, logo fading and telefe spin is beautiful.

Music/Sounds: A calming tune.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

7th Logo (2001-2002)

Note: This ID can be seen here.

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls VI", "Auroras II"

Logo: It's the same as the 6th logo, But the logo is on the centre and with a programme on the top of the logo.

FX/SFX: Same as the 6th logo.

Music/Sounds: A rearranged version of the 6th logo.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

8th Logo (2002-2003)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls VII", "Tricolor Rings"

Logo: We start of with the previous logo, then we see three coloured rings, the red ring then forms the text telefe Argentina 2002.

FX/SFX: The rings moving.

Music/Sounds: A redesigned version of the previous tune, this time with piano-like sounds.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

9th Logo (2003-2004)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls VIII"

Logo: We see the redesigned logo with the balls flying through multiple backgrounds. After that, We see the finished logo with the slogan "Siempre" (Forever in english) and the address underneath.

FX/SFX: Switching backgrounds, The balls flying.

Music/Sounds: A synthesized tune with a choir at the end.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

10th Logo (2004)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls IX", "Bubbles"

Logo: We see many bubbles in a coloured background, The telefe logo later forms but with siempre next to the logo.

FX/SFX: Bubbles flying, the rippling effect.

Music/Sounds: A rearranged version of the 9th logo.

Availability: Extinct, only used sometime in 2004.

Editor's Note: None.

11th Logo (2004-2006)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls X", "Auroras III"

Logo: We begin with a red aurora, then the blue and green ones, It then ends with a coloured aurora with the same logo from the 10th logo.

Variant: In 2005, the logo is shortened and a new slogan "Buena tele, Buena fe" was added.

FX/SFX: The swoosh, The changing auroras.

Music/Sounds: Another rearranged version of the 9th logo, mixed with the 10th logo.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None

12th Logo (2006-2007)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls XI", "Auroras IV"

Logo: We see the same swoosh from the 11th logo, The the numbers "06" appears with the telefe balls in the 0. Then, the new slogan appears next to the telefe logo.

Variant: In 2007, the logo is updated with "TLF2007" next to the balls and the slogan is on the bottom.

FX/SFX: The same swoosh.

Music/Sounds: A calming tune.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

13th Logo (2007-2008)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls XII", "Particles"

Logo: On a green background, we see multiple particles flying. After that, we see white circles on the same background with the telefe logo in white.

Variant: In 2008, the background changed to red but apart from that, no other things was changed.

FX/SFX: Particles moving

Music/Sounds: A romantic tune.

Music/Sounds/Variant: In 2008, the tune is rearranged slightly.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

14th Logo (2008-2009)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls XIII"

Logo: On a light blue background, three balls are spinning with telefe flying, the logo later finish with the slogan "Una buena señal" underneath.

Variant: A version exist with a rainbow circular background.

FX/SFX: The balls spinning, the text sliding.

Music/Sounds: An action like-theme tune.

Music/Sounds/Variant: Sometimes, the tune is rearranged.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

15th Logo (2009-2011)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls XIV", "Auroras V"

Logo: We start at multiple lines of auroras, we later zoom out of the green ball and the logo is formed with the address underneath.

Variant 1: Sometimes, "una buena señal" would appear underneath.

Variant 2: Other times, the background would appear green.

FX/SFX: The auroras.

Music/Sounds: A new romantic theme. In 2010, the theme was changed to the 2008 theme.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

16th Logo (2011)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls XV"

Logo: On a gold background, multiple lines form the telefe balls, The number "2011" would appear before the balls was formed.

Variant: Sometimes, the slogan would appear underneath.

FX/SFX: The lines

Music/Sounds: Calm romantic tune.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

17th Logo (2011-2018)

Nicknames: "Tricolor Balls XVI", "Spaguetti"

Logo: Several trails colored green, blue and red appear revolving and flying through the screen. Then the Telefe balls are formed from these. Finally, the words "telefe siempre juntos" appear below.

Variant: With the time, the logo was adapted to 16:3.

Anniversary Variant: In 2015, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of telefe, the trails are colored white and a new footage was added, the telefe logo is similar to the next logo.

FX/SFX: The trails.

Music/Sounds: A new synthesized theme.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

18th Logo (2018-)

Nicknames:"Tricolor Balls XVII"

Logo: On a white background, multiple balls are floating, three balls later form the logo.

ID's: Before a show aired, an id is played, it shows the blue, green and red balls doing random things.

Anniversary Variant: In 2020, to celebrate the 30th anniversary, they made a special variant, it shows blue, green and red balls push the ground, it then shows previous logos, it then later shows the 30th años telefe logo.

FX/SFX: Animated balls.

Music/Sounds: A relaxing romantic tune.

Availability: Common.

Editor's Note: None.

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