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Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Prototype Version (1967-1991)

Not really a logo, just the words "Corporation for Public Broadcasting" appeared.

Shows use the custom version including 3-2-1 Contact

  • Reading Rainbow (June 6, 1983-July 3, 1987 associated with WNED/GPN)​​ (Voiceover kid) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, can be seen on old tapes of said show) (Voiceover Line "Reading Rainbow is made possible by mcdonalds. kids meal is kid for life funding for the series is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting" and pbs like you.
  • American Playhouse (January 12, 1982-June 9, 1987 associated with PBS stations) (Voiceover John Cheever) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Seen only on tapes of said show) (Voiceover Line "American Playhouse was made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... with Additonal funding from this station and other Public Television Stations... the ford foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts") (Logo TBA)
Degrassi Junior Highlights(January 18, 1987-1988 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation The diagonal line sweeping) (Availability Extinct, preserved on WGBH Video DVD release of said show and check these old tapes) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Degrassi Junior Highlight's was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by this station and other Public Television Stations... the Carnegie Corporation of New York... and the Ford Foundation.") (Logo TBA, but colors TBA)
  • Square One Television (January 26, 1987-September 19, 1988 associated with CTW) (Voiceover Barbara Feldon) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Rare, seen on tapes of said show) (Voiceover Line "This program was made possible by grants from: the National Science Foundation. from the U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.  Corporate funding is provided by IBM") (Logo TBA)
  • NOVA (March 15, 1988 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Rare, only seen on the episode "Whale Rescue" and check these old tapes) (Voiceover Line "Presentation for Whale Rescue, was made possible by this station and other public television stations nationwide, which depend for viewer supports... and by the Corporation for the Public Broadcasting... Series funding for NOVA is made possible by the ford foundation and the mobli corporation. Companies") (Logo Same as Learn to Read)
  • In the Performance at the White House (1986-1987 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Regular) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. the ford foundation and other Public Television Stations")
  • The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (September 5, 1983-August 4, 1987 associated with WETA/WNET) (Voiceover Jim Lehrer) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, can be seen on old tapes of said show) (Voiceover Line "Funding for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour is provided by AT&T, funding is also provided by this station and other Public Television Stations... and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting") (Logo TBA)

Second Logo (1985-1986)

On a 2D star background, we see the white 3D CPB logo in same manner as the last logo, but inside with blue half with above and below it. The name appears below it.

Shows use the custom version such as the 1985-1986 episodes of The Frugal Gourmet.

Third Logo (1987-1996)

On a space background (much like the Star Trek: The Next Generation closing credits), we see the CPB logo in same manner as before but is in 3-D, but complete colored in blue-white. The text would later appears below.

Variants: TBA

1987 version: Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

1989 version: A restored version has the CPB circle, and the name in more serif typeface. That version is fairly common and it's so far.

Shows use the custom version in association with CPB:

  • American Playhouse (January 18, 1988-April 5, 1991 associated with PBS stations) (Voiceover John Cheever) (Music silent) (Animation still in the original one, but early 90s have Regular) (Availability Rare, check these old tapes) (Voiceover Line "the Presentation of American Playhouse was made possible by the Nation's Public Television Stations... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... the National Endowment from the Arts... and by the Chubb Group." but from 1989-1991, Episode) (Logo TBA)
  • Stalin (1990 associated with Thames Television/WGBH) (Voiceover Ian Holm) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, seen on WGBH old tapes) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the financial support of Viewers Like You") (Logo TBA)
  • American Extis (October 4, 1988-November 19, 1990 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Alexis de Tocqueville) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, seen on old tapes) (Voiceover Line, but from 1989-1991, "Major funding for the series is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the financial support of Viewers Like You. (Logo TBA)
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (November 1, 1989-January 29, 1992 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Jason Robards Red Barber) (Music silent) (Animation still, expect The Civil War seems Regular) (Availability Rare) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding for The Civil War is provided by General Motors. Major funding is also provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. which supports scholarship research education and public programs... the Pew Charitable Trusts... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support from Viewers Like You") (Logo TBA)
  • The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (November 19, 1987-August 30, 1991 associated with WETA/WNET) (Voiceover Jim Lehrer) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour is provided by AT&T. additional funding is provided by the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. a catalyst for change... and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting", and the financial support from vieers like you (Logo TBA)
  • Reading Rainbow (June 22, 1987-September 14, 1990 associated with WNED/GPN, 1991-1992 associated with WNED/GPN) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation still on the opening, while the closing is Regular) (Availability seen on old tapes) (Voiceover Line "Funding Reading Rainbow is made possible by a grant from Kellogg's, who urges you to explore the joys of reading... funding for the series is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... this station, and other Public Television Stations... the Carnegie Corporation of New York... and the National Science Foundation." 1990-1991. "Reading Rainbow is made possible by grant the Carnegie Corporation of New York... the National Science Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... with financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grant from Kellogg's who reminds you to take time each day for reading." 1991-1992. "Funding for "Reading Rainbow is made possible by a grant from Kellogg's, who urges you to explorer the joys of reading... Funding for this series is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting...  the National Science Foundation... and with financial support of Viewers Like You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Square One Television (September 19, 1988-November 22, 1991 associated with CTW) (Voiceover James Earl Jones) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Rare, seen on old tapes) (Voiceover Line "This program was made possible by grants from: the National Science Foundation. from the U.S. Department of Education. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. (Logo TBA)
  • Great Performances (September 30, 1987-March 8, 1991 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Sam Shepard) (Music Great Performances theme) (Animation the Clouds background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line Great Performances is made possible by Martin Marietta... Great Performances is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... this and other Public Television Stations", then from 1989-1991, episode) (Logo TBA)
  • Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? (September 30, 1991-October 4, 1996 associated with WQED/WGBH) (Voiceover Lynne Thigpen) (Music Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? theme) (Animation The Earth spinning) (Availability Extremely rare, can be seen on old tapes) (Voiceover Line "Carmen Sandiego by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Viewers Like You... Holiday Inn. TOYOTA") (Logo TBA, but later years, TBA)
  • Learn to Read (1988-1991 associated with Kentucky Educational Television/WXYZ-TV) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program was provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.")
  • Sesame Street (November 13, 1989-May 10, 1991 associated with CTW) (Voiceover Roscoe Orman) (Music Funky Chimes) (Animation still in the late 1989-1990 one, but in the early 90s, Regular) (Availability Extinct, seen on Noggin's prints of Season 21-22 of Reeves Teletape-located version of the said show beginning with Episode 2616 and ending with Episode 2875) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided in part by... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by Public Television Stations and Their Contributors.") (Logo TBA)
  • Degrassi Junior High (1988-March 6, 1989 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct, preserved on the WGBH Home Video DVD release of said show) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Degrassi Junior High is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... this and other Public Television Stations...mobil Corporation ... and the Ford Foundation.") (Logo TBA)
  • In the Performance at the White House (1987-1991 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Regular) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program was provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... in other Public Television Stations in Their Contributors.") (Logo TBA)
  • Sneak Previews Goes Video (1990-1991 associated with WTTW) (Voiceover Man) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "This local presentation for Sneak Previews was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.") (Logo TBA)
  • Alive from Off Center (1987-1991 associated with KTCA) (Voiceover Man) (Music Alive from Off Center theme) (Animation the squares background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.") (Logo TBA)
  • Ramona (1988-1989 associated with KCET) (Voiceover Girl) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Ramona was made possible by grants from exxon and by bp and also by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and this station and other Public Television Stations.") (Logo TBA)

Fourth Logo (1991-2005)

On a textured midnight/dark cloudy-like background (much like in the Connecticut Public TV logo), we see the sweeping pink lines appear to form the CPB logo in same manner as first two logos. The text appears from this logo.

Variants: TBA

1991 version: Corporation for Public Broadcasting

November 5, 1992 version: Same logo, but the byline "A private corporation funded by the American people" were added and the same logo from before. This variant first used on Sesame Street, American Masters, NewsHour and NOVA in late 1992 or early 1993.

Without Byline
  • The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (August 30, 1991-July 8, 1993 associated with WETA/WNET) (Voiceover Jim Lehrer) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Avaiability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour is provided by AT&T, and by  PepsiCo, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support of Viewers Like You") (Logo TBA)
  • NOVA (October 1, 1991-March 30, 1993 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Bill Mason) (Music NOVA theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extremely rare) (Voiceover Line "Funding for NOVA is provided by Johnson & Johnson... and Lockheed... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • Lamb Chop's Play Along (September 10, 1992-September? 1993 associated with Paragon/WTTW) (Voiceover Lamb Chop) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program was provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by Viewers Like You!")
  • The Classic American Masters (The Golden Era) (July 1, 1991-March 24, 1993 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Rob Schuler) (Music American Masters theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "American Masters is made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Arts... the ford Foudation the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the financial support of Viewers Like You.
  • Frontline (January 23, 1990-July 21, 1993 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Will Lyman) (Music Frontline theme) (Animation the logo flipping horizontally, the shining) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for FRONTLINE is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support, of Viewers Like You")
  • Barney & Friends (April 6, 1992-May 15, 1992 associated with Connecticut Public Television) (Voiceover Michael and Min) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Avaiability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Barney and Friends has been made possible in part by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and financial support by Viewers Like You!")
  • Square One TV (September 30, 1991-November 6, 1992 associated with CTW) (Voiceover James Earl Jones) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Square One TV is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You... and the National Science Foundation")
  • ZOOM (January 5, 1999-September 4, 2000 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Kids) (Music Longer Z-Mail song) (Animation Lynese holding the CPB logo panning on a cardboard sign) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover "Funding for ZOOM was provided by... the National Science Foundation, America's Investment in the Future... And... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... And by... Viewers Like You" (but in Late 1999-September 4, 2000, "Funding for ZOOM is provided by... the National Science Foundation, America's Investment in the Future... And... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... And by contributors to your PBS station...from Viewers Like You...Thanks!")
  • Jazz Kids (May 1st, 1995-November 23rd, 1998) (Voiceover Unknown) (Music silent) (Voiceover Line: "Funding for Jazz Kids is provided by... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And... the financial support... of Viewers Like You")
  • GhostWriter (October 3, 1992-July 4, 1993 associated with CTW) (Voiceover Sheldon Turnipseed) (Music Electric-Pop music) (Animation Two Pinwheels forming the CPB logo) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Ghostwriter is brought to you in part by Nike. Additional comes dust to tea for team supreme, all from Public Television Viewers Like You Me, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the U.S. Department of Education")
  • Dragon Tales (September 6, 1999-December 14, 2000 associated with CTW/Columbia TriStar Television, July 30, 2002-March 31, 2005 associated with Sesame Workshop/Sony Pictures Television) (Voiceover Corey Feldman) (Music silent) (Animation Regular, but slowed down) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Dragon Tales is funded in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, through funds from the U.S. Department of Education")
  • Alive from Off Center (later renamed Alive TV) (1991-1993 associated with KTCA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting")
  • Sneak Previews (1991-1993 associated with WTTW) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability Extinct, seen on WTTW 11 tapes) (Voiceover Line "This local presentation for Sneak Previews was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting")
  • In Performance at the White House (September 7, 1991-October 13, 1993 associated with WETA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • American Playhouse (April 5, 1991-December 22, 1993 associated with PBS stations) (Voiceover John Cheever) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "American Playhouse is made possible by grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You.. and the National Endowment for the Arts")
  • American Experience (September 30, 1991-March 1, 1993 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Alexis de Tocqueville) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for the series is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You... Aetna")
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (January 29, 1992 associated with WETA) (Voiceover David McCullough) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line TBA)
  • Great Performances (October 2, 1991-August 9, 1993 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Sam Shepard) (Music Great Performances theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Great Performances is made possible by Texaco... Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • Masterpiece (November 19, 1991-January 10, 1993 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Jonny Lee Miller) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Masterpiece is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • Sesame Street (November 11, 1991-May 7, 1993 associated with CTW) (Voiceover Roscoe Orman) (Music Funky Chimes later known as remixed hip-hop Sesame Street theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct, seen on Noggin's prints of Season 23-24 of Reeves Teletape (later Kaufman Astoria Studios)-located version of the said show beginning with Episode 2876 and ending with Episode 3135) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this program is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by in other Public Television Stations in Their Contributors" Same as logo #3)
  • Charlie Rose (October 22, 1992-August 9, 1993 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Charlie Rose) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for this program is made possible by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You" And then 1992 from 1993. "Charlie Rose is made possible by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and the financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • Reading Rainbow (September 16, 1991-October 22, 1993 associated with WNED/GPN) (Voiceover) (Music silent) (Animation Regular on the opening, while the closing is still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line kid)
With Byline
  • The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer (October 1, 1993-September 3, 2000 associated with WETA/WNET) (Voiceover Jim Lehrer) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line Same as before, and then 1994-1995, "Funding for The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour is provided by AT&T, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You", 1995-1996, 1996-1997, 1997-1998, 1998-1999, and finally 1999-2000, "this program was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You". 1999-2000 opening credits. "and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. this program is also made possible by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You.")
  • Africans in America: America's Journey Through Slavery (October 1998 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Angela Bassett) (Music African music) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Africans in America is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. National sponsorship is provided by Bankers Trust, the Fannie Mae Foundation, and McDonald's. Additional funding is provided by the Ford Foundation, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, Stratford Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. Major funding for the Africans in America is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • The Classic American Masters (The Golden Era) (December 1, 1993-August 5, 2000 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Rob Schuler) (Music American Masters theme) (Animation The background, but from 1998-2000, Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line Same as above in the original, and then 1994-1995, "Funding for American Masters is provided by American Express. celebrating the world of creativity through American MASTERS. the National Endowment for the Arts. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. by annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by the following. Major funding for this Special Presentation on Edgar Allen Poe was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional funding was provided by the Maryland Humanities Council. and by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy". 1995-1996, "Major funding for this program was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. the National Endowment for the Arts. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by the following". 1996-1997, "Major funding for this program was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. the National Endowment for the Arts. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by the following". 1997-1998, "Support for American Masters is made possible by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television... and by the National Endowment for the Arts... Additional funding for American Masters is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Rosalind P. Walter... Jack Rudin... the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation... the Andre Elizabeth Kertesz Foundation... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You". 1998-1999, "Exlcusive corporate sponsorship is provided by American Century Investments... Support for American Masters is made possible by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television... and by the National Endowment for the Arts... Additional funding for American Masters is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Rosalind P. Walter... Jack Rudin... the Blanche and Irving Laure Foundation... the Andre Elizabeth Kertesz Foundation.. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You". and 1999-2000, "Exclusive corpoate sponsorship is provided by American Century Investments... Support for American Masters is made possible by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television... and by the National Endowment for the Humanities... the National Endowment for the Arts. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Rosalind P. Walter... Jack Rudin... the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation... the Andre Elizabeth Kertesz Foundation... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You".)
  • Barney & Friends (September 27, 1993-October 13, 1995 associated with Connecticut Public Television, 1996-1998 associated with Connecticut Public Television) (Voiceover Women) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Barney & Friends is funded in part by Kimberly Clark, makers of Huggies diapers, baby wipes & training pants, proud to support the development of happy babies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You." and then from 1995 (with reruns), "Funding for Barney & Friends is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting & financial support from Viewers Like You". "Funding for Barney & Friends is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You and by Mead Johnson, maker of Next Step Toddler formula, helping toddlers grow up healthy. Chuck E Cheese's WHERE... A KID... CAN BE... A KID. Funding for Barney & Friends is made possible in part by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and financial support from Viewers Like You and by Chuck E Cheese's WHERE... A KID... CAN BE... A... KID. Mead Johnson, maker of Next Step Toddler formula, committed to good nutrition for healthy toddler development", but from 1996-1998, episode)
  • Sesame Street (November 22, 1993-May 15, 1998 associated with CTW, January 3, 2000-August 31, 2001 associated with Sesame Workshop) (Voiceover Roscoe Orman in the original and 2000-2001 ones, but from 1995 to 1998, the voiceover is a kid) (Music hip-hop in the original one but from 1995 to 1998, music jazz and in 2000-2001, the music is electric and orchrestal Sesame Street theme) (Animation Regular, but from 1995-1998 and 2000-2001, still) (Availability Extinct, seen on Noggin's prints of Season 25-29 of Kaufman Astoria Studios-located version of the said show beginning with Episode 3136 and ending with Episode 3785, while the 2000-2001 version was seen on Season 31-32 of Kaufman Astoria Studios-located version of the said show beginning with Episode 3851 and ending with Episode 3980) (Voiceover Line same as before in the original one, later, "Funding for Sesame Street is provided in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by public television stations and their contributors", and then from 2000 to 2001, "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... LookSmart. is proud to sponsor Sesame Street... Support for Sesame Street is provided by American Online... Pfizer. life is our life's work... Also funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You")
  • Frontline (September 18, 1993-July 7, 2000 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Will Lyman) (Music Frontline theme) (Animation same as before, later still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Frontline is provided by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting" (more later "Funding for Frontline is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You", 1998-1999, and 1999-2000, "Funding for Frontline is made possible by Earthlink, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your public television station from Viewers Like You, Thank You")
  • Masterpiece (October 3, 1993-November 8, 2000 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Jonny Lee Miller) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line in the original one, but from 1994-1995. "Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You. Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by a grant from the Mobil Corporation. which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station. 1995-1996, Support for Much Ado About Nothing, was provided by the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Viewers Like You". 1996-1997, "Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You... Masterpiece is made possible by a grant from Mobil Corporation. which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station". 1997-1998, "Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You... Masterpiece is made possible by a grant from Mobil Corporation. which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station". 1998-1999, "Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You... Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by a grant from Mobil Corporation. which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station". and 1999-2000, "Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You... Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by a grant from Mobil Corporation. which invites you to join with them in supporting Public Television Station".)
  • In Performance at the White House (November 24, 1993-Feburary 23, 2000 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Regular) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line, but from 1999-2000, "This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You".)
  • Great Performances (March 3, 1993-March 4, 2000 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Sam Shepard) (Music Great Performances theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line in the original one, and then 1994-1995, "Great Performances is made possible by Duracell... Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You".) 1995-1996, "Great Performances is made possible by Duracell.. Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You". 1996-1997, "Great Performances is made possible by Deluxe Corporation... Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts.. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You". 1997-1998, Great Performances is made possible by Chase Manhattan Bank... Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You". 1998-1999, Great Performances is made possible by Chase Manhattan Bank... Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You". and finally 1999-2000, "Great Performances is made possible by Chase Manhattan Bank... Ernst & Young... Great Performances is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You".)
  • Lamb Chop's Play Along (January 31, 1994-January 1, 1997 associated with Paragon/WTTW) (Voiceover Lamb Chop) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line Same as before)
  • The Charlie Horses Music Pizza (January 5, 1998-May 30, 1998 associated with Golden Books Family Entertainment/KCET) (Voiceover Shari Lewis) (Music Charlie Horses Music Pizza Theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "The Charlie Horses Music Pizza is brought to you by the following... NAMM. International Music Products Association... and by, REMO... of world of drumming... with Additional funding by Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You".)
  • Reading Rainbow (October 22, 1993-April 20, 2001 associated with WNED/GPN) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation Regular on the opening and closing variants, but the closing and 1999-2001 variants are still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line TBA in the original one, but from 1994-1995, "Funding for Reading Rainbow is made possible by a grant from Kellogg's. who urges you to explore the joys of reading. funding for the series is also provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... the National Science Foundation... and financial support of Viewers Like You". 1995-1998, "Reading Rainbow is made possible by a grant from Kellogg's, who reminds you to take time each day for reading! Funding for the series is also provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You. and by grants from the National Science Foundation... the Pew Charitable Trusts... and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations". "Reading Rainbow is made possible by a grant from Kellogg's Rice Krispies, who reminding you books are totally overflowing with cool stuff. Get in on it. Wake up to explore the joys of reading... Funding for this series is also provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You... and by grants, from the National Science Foundation... the Pew Charitable Trusts... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations". and 1999-2001 "Reading Rainbow is made possible by the Barnes and Noble at barnesandnoble.com, for minds at play. Funding also provided by The National Science Foundation, which supports programs that enable children to succeed in science, mathematics, and technology... The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... and... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS stations from Viewers Like You. Thank You".)
  • GhostWriter (September 12, 1993-February 12, 1995 associated witth CTW) (Voiceover Sheldon Turnipseed) (Music Electric-Pop music) (Animation The hand holding the CPB logo on a background of jacks, later the logo flying on to the background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Ghostwriter is brought to you in part by Nike. Additional comes dust to tea for team supreme, all from Public Television Viewers Like You Me, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the U.S. Department of Education", but from 1994-95, episode)
  • Kino's Storytime (May 1, 1994–September 1, 1997 associated with KCET) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Kino's Storytime Theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Storytime is made possible by a grant from Helen and Peter Bing. solve and families everywhere continue joy of reading danse children... Additional funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You... and by the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television".)
  • Kratts' Creatures (1994-1998 associated with Paragon/Maryland Public Television) (Voiceover kid) (Music Kratt's Creatures theme) (Animation the creatures) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Kratts Creature is made possible by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support of Viewers Like You".)
  • Alive TV (1993-1996 associated with KTCA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA)
  • Sneak Previews (1993-1996 associated with WTTW) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Funding for this local presentation was made possible in part by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by a grant from The National State Universty of Chicago")
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (October 8, 1993 associated with WETA) (Voiceover David McCullough in the regular variants, but in Baseball, episode) (Music silent) (Animation Regular, later (almost) still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding for Baseball is provided by General Motors. Major funding is also provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. which supports scholarship research education and public programs... the Pew Charitable Trusts... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by annual financial support from Viewers Like You", but in The West, episode)
  • NOVA (October 5, 1993-April 24, 2001 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Bill Mason, Joe Morton and Donald James) (Music NOVA theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line Same as before in the original one, from 1994-1995, from 1995-1996, from 1996-1997, "NOVA is funded by Merck, and by Prudential, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You", and then from 1997-1998, from 1998-1999, "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation, dedicated to education and quality television, and by Northwestern Mutal Life and Iomega. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You" and from 1999-2001, "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation, dedicated to education and quality television, and Northwestern Mutal Life (later Northwestern Mutal Finnancial Network), and CNET (later Sprint PCS). And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You, Thank You")
  • Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? (October 7, 1996-October 2, 1998 associated with WQED/WGBH) (Voiceover Lyne Thigpenn) (Music Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Today's Mission is fueled by Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Viewers Like You... the National Endowment for Children's Educational Television... and, Delta AirLines. You'll love the way we fly" in the first season one, but on the final season, "Carmen's Game is ruled by Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You")
  • Arthur's Perfect Christmas (November 23, 2000 associated with Cinar/WGBH) (Voiceover Jane Read) (Music Arthur's Perfect Christmas theme) (Animation The fading in) (Availability Rare) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Arthur's Perfect Christmas is provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by, Lego. This program was made possible in part by a grant from Libby's Juicy Juice. Juicy Juice. 100 percent juice for 100 percent kids. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You".)
  • American Experience (September 20, 1993-May 8, 2000 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Alexis de Tocqueville, later James Earl Jones) (Music silent, later American Experience theme) (Animation still, later The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line, but from 1994-1995, 1995-1996, 1996-1997, 1997-1998, 1998-1999, and 1999-2000, " The American Experience is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundataion, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also supports the Sloan technology series, a collection of books chronicly in the major technologies of the 20th century. Liberty Mutual. Scotts. The American Experience is also made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.")
  • Charlie Rose (October 19, 1993-August 21, 1995 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Charlie Rose) (Music silent) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Charlie Rose is provided by the People at DuPont Better things for better living. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You... Charlie Rose is also made possible by these funders. 1994 from 1995")
  • The Puzzle Place (January 3, 1994-December 4, 1998 associated with Lancit Media/KCET) (Voiceover Julie Woo) (Music silent) (Animation still, later Regular and finally the CPB circle moving backwards) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line 1994-1995. "The Puzzle Place is supported by IBM. Sears. Southern California Edison. The Puzzle Place is made possible by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by annual financial supports by Viewers Like You." the Puzzle Place is made possible by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support fromViewers Like You... Edison International... Sears. The Puzzle Place is supported by, IBM... Chef Jr. ABC's and 123's" 1996-1998. "The Puzzle Place is made possible by a major grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support from PBS Viewers Like You... and by the grant from The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation. supporting medicine education community base programs and the arts. Edison International. The Puzzle Place is supported by IBM. Chef Jr".)
  • Arthur (September 2, 1996-November 6, 2000 associated with Cinar/WGBH) (Voiceover Jane Read) (Music Arthur theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Arthur is provided by... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You... The National Endowment for Children's Educational Television... and The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation... And by Polaroid... And by... Libby's Juicy Juice... And by Baby Gap" from 1996-97, but 1997-98, same as before, 1998-99, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Viewers Like You. And by Libby's Juicy Juice. And by Baby Gap" and 1999-2000, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... Juicy Juice... Post Alpha Bits... And by a grant from the United States Department of Education... Through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You".)
  • Washington Week (1997-2000 associated with WETA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You", but from 1999-2000, "Washington Week is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You".)
  • The Magic School Bus (September 10, 1994-December 6, 1997 associated with SCETV/Nelvana) (Voiceover women) (Music silent) (Animation still, some versions include Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for The Magic School Bus is provided by, the National Science Foundation... supporting education and research in science, mathematics and technology. And... Microsoft Home supports The Magic School Bus and other programs that further learning, exploration and discovery. Additional funding is provided by U.S. Department of Energy and Carnegie Corporation of New York. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support from Viewers Like You".)
  • The Ice Cream Show (May 28, 1996 associated with WQED) (Voiceover women) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "An Ice Cream Show is made possible the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by annual financial support from Viewers Like You".)
  • Nature (Mid 1990s associated with WNET) (Voiceover Bill Mason) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Nature is made possible by Canon, Ford Motor Company, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the annual financial support of Viewers Like You")
  • A Science Odyssey (January 11, 1998-Feburary 4, 2001 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Charles Osgood) (Music National Science Foundation's logo 2 theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for A Science Odyssey is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future... Corporate sponsorship is provided by, IBM. IBM is a registered trademark of IBM Corporation... Additional funding is provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the Carnegie Corporation of New York... Becton Dickinson and Company... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by the annual financial support of Viewers Like You.")
  • American Photography: A Century of Images (1999 associated with KTCA/Middlemarch Films/TPT) (Voiceover Leonard Nimoy) (Music American Photography theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major corporate funding was provided by Eastman Kodak Company... Additional major funding was provided by the National Endowment for the Arts... and The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... Additional support for this series was provided by the The George Gund Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.")

Fifth Logo (2000-2001)

On a same background as the seventh PBS logo, the print version of the CPB logo in same manner as the last logo. Below, there is a byline.

Variants: TBA

2000 version: Corporation for Public Broadcasting a private corporation funded by the american people.

Early 2001 version: Same logo, but "CPB.ORG" is added to the text.

Shows use in the custom version in association with CPB:

  • The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer (September 4, 2000-September 3, 2001 associated with WNET/WETA) (Voiceover Jim Lehrer) (Music Regular) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "ADM... Citigroup... This program was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You." Opening Credits. "ADM. Citigroup... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. This program was also made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You") (Logo TBA)
  • Jazz Kids (November 24th, 1998-December 19th, 2001) (Voiceover Unknown) (Music silent) (Voiceover Line 1st variant: "Jazz Kids was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by... the annual financial support... of PBS Viewers Like You" (but in Late 1999-December 19th, 2001, "Jazz Kids was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by... contributions to your PBS station... from Viewers Like You! Thank You"
  • Chasing the Sun (July 2, 2001-July 23, 2001 associated with KCET) (Voiceover Ken Howard) (Music silent) (American the Plane background (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Chasing with Sun is made possible by, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... International Lease Finance Corporation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Scientific American Frontiers (November 21, 2000-May 1, 2001 associated with Connecticut Public Television) (Voiceover Alan Alda) (Music Scientific American Frontiers theme) (Animation Sky background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Scientific American Frontiers is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future... Additional funding is provided by Aglient Technologies... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • The Classic American Masters (The Golden Era) (September 19, 2000-April 23, 2001 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Rob Schuler) (Music American Masters theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on UNC-TV from 2007 to 2009) (Voiceover Line "Exclusive corporate sponsorship is provided by American Century Investments... Support for American Masters is also provided by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television... and by the National Endowment for the Humanities... the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Rosalind P. Walter... Addtional funding is made possible by... and contributions to your PBS stations, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Conscience and the Constitution (2001 is associated with Resisters.com Productions) (Voiceover Women) (Music Conscience and the Constitution theme) (Animation the Pyramid background) (Availability old tapes Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for this program was provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Additional funding was provided by the Civil Liberties, Public Education Fund. created by congress. is sponsored research in the world tom in concentration is jeopardy's in americans. a complete list of funders is available from PBS.") (Logo TBA)
  • Masterpiece (November 8, 2000-July 1, 2001 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Jonny Lee Miller) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Avaiability Extremely rare) (Voiceover Line "ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre, has been brought to you by a grant, from the ExxonMobil Corporation... every year. for 30 Years... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Washington Week (2000-2001 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Man) (Music Washington Week theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding is provided by SBC Communications... and by Shell Oil Company... the Shell Oil Company... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... And by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2000 from 2001. Corporate funding is provided by SBC Communications... and by Shell Oil Company... the Shell Oil Company... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... This program is made possible by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Frontline (October 2, 2000-June 5, 2001 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Will Lyman) (Music Frontline theme) (Animation still) (Availability Long gone) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Frontline is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • In Performance at the White House (March 4, 2000-July 12, 2001 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Regular) (Music Regular) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (May 19, 2000-January 8, 2001 associated with WETA) (Voiceover David McCullough) (Music silent or Jazz music (used on Ken Burns Trilogy: Jazz premiere episode Gumbo)) (Animation still) (Availability Rare, found on the first episode of Ken Burns Trilogy: Jazz) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding for this program is provided by, General Motors... Major support was also provided by the Park Foundation... dedicated to education. and quality television... The National Endowment for the Humanities... expanding our outstanding of the world... the Pew Charitable Trusts... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism... Doris Duke Charitable Foundation... The Reva and David Logan Foundation... The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation... Helen and Peter Bing... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Between the Lions (April 3, 2000-May 4, 2001 associated with WGBH/Sirius Thinking Ltd.) (Voiceover Theo & Cleo) (Music African music) (Animation The book turning pages) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the United States Department of Education. through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Great Cleo. Shh! WoW! Major support for Between the Lions is also provided by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York... the Park Foundation. dedicated to education and quality television... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the Charles H. Revson Foundation.. and the Institute for Civil Society... Cheerios... eToys". 2000 from 2001. "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the United States Department of Education. through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Great Cleo. Shh! WoW! Major support is also provided by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York... the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the Charles H. Revson Foundation.. and the Institute for Civil Society... Cheerios.") (Logo TBA)
  • Building Big (October 3, 2000-October 31, 2000 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover David Macaulay) (Music Building Big theme) (Animation the bridge background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Building Big is provided by, the National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... Funding is also provided by... Siemens... the American Society of Civil Engineers... the National Endowment for the Humanities, expanding our understanding of the world... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • ZOOM (September 4, 2000-September 1, 2001 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Kids) (Music Longer Z-Mail song) (Animation Ryan is holding the CPB logo panning on a cardboard sign) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line same as before "Funding for Zoom, is provided by, the National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... and... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by, contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thanks!") (Logo TBA)
  • Great Performances (September 27, 2000-August 29, 2001 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Sam Shepard) (Music Great Performances theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Great Performances is brought to you by Ernst & Young... Quality in Everything We Do... This program is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... Because A Great Nation Deserves Great Art... the Corporation for Public Broadacsting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." same as before) (Logo TBA)
  • Secrets of the Dead (May 15, 2000-May 17, 2000 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Liev Schreiber) (Music Secrets of the Dead theme) (Animation The clouds, The logo moving) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Secrets of the Dead was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • American Experience (September 16, 2000-April 23, 2001 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover James Earl Jones) (Music American Experience theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "American Experience is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit. Major corporate funding is provided by, Liberty's Mutual... American Experience is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." Same as before) (Logo TBA)
  • Clifford the Big Red Dog (September 4, 2000-December 5, 2001 associated wih Scholastic Productions) (Voiceover PBS Kids bumper Charlie) (Music Regular later PBS Kids funding theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on PBS Kids until 2005, but it plastered by the 5th logo on current prints) (Voiceover Line "Clifford is funded in part by a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Kix Cereal. Milton Bradley. And by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)

Other programs use superimposed such as Clifford the Big Red Dog and American Experience have the logo is in shiny gold color.

Sixth Logo (2001-)

On a aqua/teal-like background, we see the dots which form a square with the words "cpb" in a lowercase Century Gothic font. The byline and URL streaks from the center.

Variants: TBA

Version: CPB a private corporation funded by the american people cpb.org

Shows that use this custom version in association with CPB:

  • The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer (September 3, 2001-September 2, 2002 associated with WNET/WETA) (Voiceover Jim Lehrer) (Music Regular) (Animation Regular) (Availability Rare) (Voiceover "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, ADM The Nature of What's to Come... has been provided by, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation... education, environment, and performing art... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. This program was also made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You". 2001 from 2002. "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, ADM The Nature of What's to Come... SBC Communications... Protiviti... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. This program was also made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You".) (Logo TBA)
  • Jazz Kids (December 20th, 2001 - March 30th, 2005) (Voiceover Unknown) (Music Jazz) (Voiceover Line: "Funding for Jazz Kids is provided by... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And... Viewers Like You! Thank You"
  • NOVA (October 2, 2001-March 29, 2005 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Donald James) (Music NOVA theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for NOVA is provided by, the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television... Sprint PCS is proud to support NOVA... this program is funded in part by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation. Northwestern Mutual Financial Network... Additional funding for this program was provided by, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation... and by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2001 from 2002 funding credits. "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation, dedicated to education and quality television... This program is funded in part by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation... Northwestern Mutual Financial Network... Sprint PCS is proud to support NOVA... Morgan Stanley is proud to support Shackleton's Voyage of Endurance... and by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.. and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you. Thank you'. "Major funding for this program is provided by the National Science Foundation, America's investment in the future. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you. Thank you." 2002 from 2003 Funding credits. "Major funding for NOVA is provided by, the Park Foundation. dedicated to education. and quality television... Sprint is proud to support NOVA... Microsoft... and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you. Thank you." NOVA The Elegant Universe funding credits. "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation... Science: it's given us the framework to help make wireless communications clear. Sprint is proud to support NOVA... We see an explorer. At Microsoft, your potential inspires us to create software that helps you reach it. Your potential, our passion... Funding for The Elegant Universe is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of science and technology... And by the National Science Foundation. America's investment in the Future... Additional funding is provided by, Volkswagen of America... And by the George D. Smith Fund... and the U.S. Department of Energy Fostering Science and Security... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and viewers like you. Thank you..." 2003 from 2004 in funding credits. "And by, the National Science Foundation.. America's investment in the future. Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Viewers Like You... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS stations from Viewers Like You... Thank you." "Funding for World in the Balance is provided by Marguerite and Jerry Lenfest... the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation... the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund... sponsor of the Goldman Environmental Prize... and the William Flora Hewlett Foundation... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS stations from Viewers Like You... Thank you." NOVA Origins funding credits. "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation. dedicated to education and quality television... Science: it's given us the framework to help make wireless communications clear. Sprint is proud to support NOVA... We see one small step on Mars. Microsoft is proud to sponsor NOVA, for celebrating the potential in us all... Major funding for Origins is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's investment in the future... Additional funding is provided by the NASA Office of Space Science... the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of science and technology... and the George D. Smith Fund... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank you." "This program has been made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities. expanding America's understanding... for more than 30 years, of who we were, who we are and who we will be; and by the National Library of Medicine... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation... Science: it's given us the framework to help make wireless communications clear. Sprint is proud to support NOVA... We see one small step on Mars. Microsoft is proud to sponsor NOVA for celebrating the potential in us all... Major funding for NOVA scienceNOW is provided by, the National Science Foundation. America's investment in the future... Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of science and technology... the George D. Smith Fund... and the Kavli Foundation. advancing scientific knowledge at leading universities worldwide... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation. Dedicated to education and quality television... Better science makes better innovation a possibility. Better innovation makes communication a reality. Sprint. Making communication better. Sprint is a continuing proud sponsor of NOVA... And by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank you." NOVA ScienceNow 2005 Funding Credits. "Better science makes better innovation a possibility. Better innovation makes better communication a reality—Sprint, making communication better. Sprint is a continuing proud sponsor of NOVA... Major funding for NOVA ScienceNOW is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's investment in the future... The Howard Hughes Medical Institute. serving society through biomedical research and science education—HHMI... Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of science and technology... the George D. Smith Fund... and the Kavli Foundation. advancing scientific knowledge at leading universities worldwide... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Mill Times (2001 associated with PBS) (Voiceover David Macaulay) (Music Mill Times theme) (Animation The Mill Background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Mill Times has been provided by, the National Endowment for the Humanities... for 30 years expanding our outstanding of the world... and by, the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future... funding is also provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Scientific American Frontiers (October 16, 2001-June 4, 2002 associated with Connecticut Public Television) (Voiceover Alan Alda) (Music Scientific American Frontiers theme) (Animation Sky background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Scientific American Frontiers is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future... Additional funding is provided by the Aglient Technologies... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • American Experience (October 1, 2001-September 6, 2004 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover James Earl Jones) (Music American Experience theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "American Experience is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit. Major corporate funding is provided by, Liberty's Mutual... and by the Scott's Company... American Experience is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • AFRICA (September 9, 2001-October 28, 2001 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Joe Morton) (Music African drum beat) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Africa is made possible in part by the Park Foundation... dedicated to education... and quality television... Major corporate support is provided by Canon... dedicated to preserving and ever surrending beauty of africa Canon Know How let's your capture and leave it as your find it. Canon... Know How... Ford Motor Company... because we've made all our S U V's and that series pickups low emission vehicles... smog forming pollutants are being reduced by more than four thousand tons every year... Ford Motor Company... dedicated is a protecting enviroment... and by T.I.A.A. CREF... along-time provider of products and services to support everyone's ever-expending financial needs... T.I.A.A. CREF... ensuring the future for those who shape it... this program was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • American Roots Music (October 29, 2001-November 19, 2001 associated with Ginger Group Productions) (Voiceover Kris Kristofferson) (Music Blues music) (Animation The logo moving) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Additional funding for American Roots Music is provided by AT&T... the National Endowment for the Arts... the National Endowment for the Humanities. for 30 years expanding our understanding of the world... the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, the New York State Council on the Arts... and the Samuel Rubin Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • The Classic American Masters (The Golden Era) (October 7, 2001-August 18, 2004 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Rob Schuler) (Music American Masters theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on UNC-TV from 2007-2009) (Voiceover Line "Exclusive corporate sponsorship provided by American Century Investments. Support for American Masters is also provided by the Park Foundation, dedicated to education and quality television... and by the National Endowment for the Humanities... the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Rosland P. Walter. Additional funding is made possible by... and contributions to your PBS stations, from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Masterpiece (October 8, 2001-April 23, 2006 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Jonny Lee Miller) (Music Masterpiece theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by a grant from ExxonMobil Corporation. Masterpiece Theatre is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Frontline (October 4, 2001-June 17, 2004 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Will Lyman) (Music Frontline theme) (Animation still) (Availiability Long gone) (Voiceover Line "Frontline is made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You. With additional funding for this program from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.") (Logo TBA)
  • Between the Lions (September 16, 2001-November 23, 2009 associated with WGBH/Sirius Thinking and later MPB co-produced the show shared with WGBH) (Voiceover Theo and Cleo in the original one, later Announcer Bunny) (Music African lion music) (Animation The book turning pages, later The logo moving down by) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the United States Department of Education. through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Great Cleo. Shh! WoW! Major support is also provided by, the Carnegie Corporation of New York... the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the Charles H. Revson Foundation.. and the Institute for Civil Society... Cheerios. And contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2001 from 2002. "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Cleo. Additional have is talk about. oh which I course! mmm. Additional support is provided by, the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television... and the Civil Society Institute, and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2002. "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Cleo. Additional have is talk about. oh which I course! mmm. Additional support is provided by, the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television... and the Civil Society Institute.", 2002-2003, "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Cleo. Additional have is talk about. oh which I course! mmm. Additional support is provided by, the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television... and the Civil Society Institute, and contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2002. "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Cleo. Additional have is talk about. oh which I course! mmm. Additional support is provided by, the Park Foundation dedicated to education and quality television... and the Civil Society Institute." 2003-2004, "Between the Lions is funded in part by, a Ready to Learn grant from the U.S. Department of Education... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. I Love Cleo... Chick-fil-A." 2004-2005, 2005-2006, "Between the Lions is funded in part by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... A Cooperative Agreement from the U.S. Department of Education Ready to Learn Grant... and by the Barksdale Reading Institute... Chick-fil-A." 2006-2007, 2007-2008, and 2008-Early 2009) (Logo TBA)
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (January 14, 2002-October 6, 2003 associated with WETA) (Voiceover David McCullough) (Music any) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Life 360 (October 5, 2001-January 11, 2002 associated with OPB) (Voiceover TBA) (Music none) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Life 360 is made possible by... Funding for this program is provided in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation, supporting education and research in science, mathematics, and technology. The National Science Foundation, America's Investment in the Future. And by... At Pfizer, life is our life's work. Additional support is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology, the foundation also seeks to potray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit, and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. This program was also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo The logo is superimposed over a black background.)
  • Cyberchase (January 21, 2002-October 7, 2005 associated with Nelvana/WNET) (Voiceover Boy) (Music Electric music) (Animation The background changing colors, the pixel dissolve) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Cyberchase is provided by, National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... Additional funding is provided by, The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the Kettering Family Foundation... the Volckhausen Family... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2002 from 2003. "Major funding for Cyberchase is provided by, National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... Additional funding is provided by, the Kettering Family Foundation... the Volckhausen Family... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2003 from 2005. "Major funding for Cyberchase is provided by, National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... Intel Corporation... Jif peanut butter... Additional funding is provided by, the Volckhausen Family... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Major funding for Cyberchase is provided by, National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... Intel Corporation... Jif peanut butter... Additional funding is provided by, the Kettering Family Foundation... the Volckhausen Family... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Major funding for Cyberchase is provided by, National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... Intel Corporation... Jif peanut butter... Additional funding is provided by, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... the Kettering Family Foundation... the Volckhausen Family... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Washington Week (2001-2002 associated with WETA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding is provided by SBC Communications... Shell Oil... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... this program is made possible by contributions to your PBS stations, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • ZOOM (September 1, 2001-June 24, 2005 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Kids) (Music Longer Z-Mail song) (Animation The kids hold the CPB logo on cardboard signs panning, later, pop out by Nick) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Zoom... is provided by... the National Science Foundation, America's Investment in the Future... and, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, A private corporation funded by the American people... The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... and by... contributions to your PBS station... from Viewers Like You... Thanks!") (Logo TBA)
  • Dragon Tales (September 1, 2001-July 30, 2002 associated with Sesame Workshop/Columbia TriStar Television) (Voiceover PBS Kids Bumper man) (Music PBS Kids funding theme) (Animation The heads and the thought bubbles) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Kellogg's Frosted Flakes. Kellogg's Froot Loops. This program is funded in part by... a Ready to Learn grant... from the U.S. Department of Education... through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.") (Logo TBA) later
  • Dragon Tales (February 15 2005 associated with Sesame Workshop/Sony Pictures Television) (Voiceover different man) (Music PBS Kids funding music) (Animation same but without kids or thought bubbles except for Viewers Like You) (Availibility Extinct) (Voiceover line This program was funded in part by a Ready to Learn No Child Left Behind grant from the US Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You)
  • Kidz Bop (September 18, 2000) associated with Porchlight Entertainment and Scholastic Productions. (Voiceover Grant) (Music PBS Kids funding theme). (Animation regular same as Clifford The Big Red Dog, Sesame Street and Dragon Tales) (Availibility very common seen on Kidz Bop episodes from Seasons 1-4 (Voiceover line This program is funded in part by a Ready to Learn Grant from the US Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. 
  • Kidz Bop (September 23 2002  accosiated with Porchlight Entertainment and Scholastic Productions) (Voiceover Grant) (Music PBS Kids funding theme) (Animation the same) (Availibility seen on some episodes of Season 3-4) (Voiceover line This program is funded in part by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement with a grant from the US Department of Education and the Public Broadcasting Service. Also funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and Viewers Like You.
  • Kidz Bop (October 11, 2004)  associated with Nelvana, Porchlight Entertainment and Scholastic Productions. (Voiceover Ashlyn) (Music PBS Kids funding theme) (Animation (still the same except there are no kids or thought bubbles except for Viewers Like You) (Availibilty seen on Season 5-11 episodes of Kidz Bop) (Voiceover line This program was funded in part by a Ready to learn No Child left behind television cooperative agreement, with a grant from the US Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.
  • Ken Burns Trilogy: Jazz (January 8, 2001 associated with WETA) (which was first seen) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Jazz song) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding for this program is provided by, General Motors. Major support was also provided by the Park Foundation... dedicated to education and quality television... the Pew Charitable Trusts... Investing in Ideas... Returning Results... The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation... Louisiana Department of Culture... Recreation... and Tourism.... The National Endowment for the Humanities... expanding our understanding of the world... The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... The Reva and David Logan Foundation... A Family Foundation... the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation... the National Endowment for the Arts... Peter and Helen Bing... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Sesame Street (September 11, 2001-present associated with Sesame Workshop) (Voiceover Roscoe Orman) (Music orchrestral version in the original one, later calyspo beat) (Animation same as Dragon Tales, later still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... at Pfizer. Life is our life's work... looksmart. is proud to sponsor Sesame Street... Support for Sesame Street is provided by American Online... also funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You.. Thank You." Sesame Street funding credits 2001. "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... at Pfizer. Life is our life's work... Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters O. SpaghettiOs... Support for Sesame Street is provided by American Online... also funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You.. Thank You." Sesame Street funding credits 2002. "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... at Pfizer. Life is our life's work... Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters O. SpaghettiOs... Support for Sesame Street is provided by American Online... Sesame Street is funded in part by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. from Viewers Like You. Thank You." Same as before in the original one, 2002-2003, "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... Quaker Oatmeal... Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters O. SpaghettiOs... Support for Sesame Street is provided by American Online... Sesame Street is funded in part by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2003-2004, "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... Quaker Oatmeal... McDonald's... Beaches Family Resorts... Sesame Street is funded in part by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2004-2005, "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... Quaker Oatmeal... McDonald's... Beaches Family Resorts... Sesame Street is brought to you by a Ready to Learn, No Child Behind Grant grant, from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2005-2006, "Sesame Street is brought to you by the following... Pampers Baby Dry... EverydayKidz.com.. McDonald's I'm Lovin' It... Beaches Family Resorts... Sesame Street is brought to you by a Ready to Learn, No Child Behind Grant grant, from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service. and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2006-2007, "Beaches Family Resorts... EverydayKidz.com... McDonald's I'm Lovin' It... New Balance We Fit Kids... Sesame Street is also brought to you, by Earth's Best Organic... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and currently) (Logo TBA)
  • Arthur (September 24, 2001-September 7, 2007 associated with Cinar (later Cookie Jar)/WGBH) (Voiceover Jane Read) (Music Arthur theme) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Arthur is provided by... Juicy Juice... Post Alpha Bits... And by a grant from the United States Department of Education, through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.", but from 2002-2003, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... CHILD: Come, come see this!! Okay. A few moments can sum up to all that imagination of your child quite like... ETHAN: I made that. Lego proudly supports imagination, creativity, and Arthur. Juicy Juice. We're behind Arthur 100%. Of coruse, thats how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bets Cereal, 26 little letters that spell the names, and telling the world who we are and helping us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name If you like Arthur on PBS. And by a Ready to Learn television cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service, and by the contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You." 2003-2004, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... Chuck E. Cheeses, proud supporters of PBS Kids. Opening the door to all the fun and joy of learning. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. Juicy Juice, we're behind Arthur 100%. Of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits Cereal, 26 little letters that spell the names and tell the world who we are, and help us make the friends and making the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name If you like Arthur on PBS. And by Ready to Learn television cooperative agreement from the U.S Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting." 2004-2005, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... Chuck E Cheese's Proud supporter of PBS Kids. You know, of all the things a kid can do, one of the most important is learning to laugh. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be a Kid. Juicy Juice. We're behind Arthur 100%. Of course, that's how we do everything. Juicy Juice, 100% Juice. Post Alpha Bits cereal 26 little letters, that spell the names that tell the world who we are and help us make the friends that make the world a nicer place to be. Post Alpha Bits is proud to spell your name, bringing you Arthur on PBS. And by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement from the U.S Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service." 2005-2006, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids. Helping children discover the fun of developing their bodies... and their minds. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be A Kid. Arthur is made possible in part by the makers of the Danimals Yougurt. Proud to help your children's development flourish. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!" and 2006-2007, "Funding for Arthur is provided by... Chuck E Cheese's, proud supporter on PBS Kids, who know kids should act their age, especially when they're having fun. PBS Kids, Where a Kid Can Be A Kid. Arthur is made possible in part by the makers of Danimals Yogurt. Proud to help your child's devlopment flourish. And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!") (Logo TBA)
  • Teletubbies (September 11, 2001-August 31, 2008 associated with Ragdoll/BBC) (Voiceover Anne Wood) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on PBS Kids) (Voiceover Line "Teletubbies was made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • In the Performance at the White House (October 1, 2001-March 17, 2003 associated with WETA) (Voiceover Regular) (Music Regular) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Boohbah (April 14, 2003-August 24, 2005 associated with Ragdoll/GMTV) (Voiceover Anne Wood) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availabiity Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Boohbah is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Reading Rainbow (September 11, 2001-November 10, 2006 associated with WNED/GPN and later WNED/Educate) (variant) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Regular with Moog synth tune and "HOORAY!!!" chant) (Animation The dots bouncing and forming the CPB logo) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Reading Rainbow is made possible by the Barnes and Noble at barnesandnoble.com, for minds at play. Funding also provided by The National Science Foundation, which supports programs that enable children to succeed in science, mathematics, and technology... The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... and... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS stations from Viewers Like You. Thank You". 2004 from 2006 Reading Rainbow funding credits. "The Children's Place... is proud to support of Reading Rainbow... This program is funded in part by a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement. from the U.S. Department of Education. through the Public Broadcasting Service... and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Clifford the Big Red Dog (September 24, 2001-February 25, 2003 associated with Scholastic Productions) (Voiceover PBS Kids bumper Boy in the original one, later Cleo) (Music PBS Kids funding theme) (Animation Same as Dragon Tales and Sesame Street) (Availability TBA, but in tandem with the previous logo until December 5, 2001 and currently seen on PBS Kids) (Voiceover Line Same as above, but from 2002-2003, TBA and reruns, TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat (September 3, 2001-October 5, 2002 associated with Sesame Workshop/CineGroupe) (Voiceover Sagwa) (Music Sagwa theme) (Animation The animation of the episodes) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Kellogg's Frosted Flakes... Kellogg's Froot Loops... Sagwa is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadacasting. and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Clifford's Puppy Days (September 15, 2003-October 13, 2004 associated with Scholastic Productions) (Voiceover TBA) (Music PBS Kids funding theme) (Animation Same as Dragon Tales, Sesame Street and Clifford the Big Red Dog) (Availability Extinct, last seen on PBS Kids until 2009) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Maya and Miguel (October 11, 2004-October 10, 2007 associated with Scholastic Productions) (Voiceover TBA) (Music PBS Kids GO! theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, currently seen on PBS Kids) (Voiceover Line "Maya and Miguel is funded in part by a Ready to Learn. No Child Left Behind grant, from the U.S. Department of Education... through the Public Broadcasting Service... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.") (Logo TBA)
  • Super WHY! (September 3, 2007-September 11, 2011 associated with Decode Entertainment and Out of the Blue Enterprises) (Voiceover Whyatt/Super Why) (Music Super WHY! theme) (Animation The logo flying out of the book cover [the orange one]) (Availability No longer current) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Great Performances (October 10, 2001-August 25, 2010 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Sam Shepard) (Music Great Performances theme) (Animation Regular, later the yellow wraps moving) (Availability No longer current) (Voiceover Line "Great Performances is brought to you by Ernst & Young... Quality in Everything We Do... This program is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... Because A Great Nation Deserves Great Art... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2001 from 2006. "Great Performances is brought to you by, Ernst & Young... Quality in Everything We Do... This program is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... Because A Great Nation Deserves Great Art... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... the Ford Foundation... Fred Eychaner... the Starr Foundation... Altria Group, Inc... Ira M. Resnick Foundation... The Allison Foundation..." "Great Performances is brought to you by, the Irene Diamond Fund... This program is also made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts... Because A Great Nation Deserves Great Art... the LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)

Seventh Logo (2002-)

On a PBS blue/ethernal/red background, we see the CPB logo wiping in from this logo in same manner as before, but in white and a byline appears.

Variants: TBA

2002 version: Corporation for Public Broadcasting a private corporation funded by the american people cpb.org.

2005 version: The logo would became widescreen and became enhanced. The byline and URL was altered.

2007 version: The background and the logo were graphically enhanced, with the silver tinted CPB logo with a shine instead of white. The byline and URL were altered in the same silver and shine color as on the CPB square logo. The wiping in of the logo is quickly. Then, followed by the letters "Viewers Like You" and "Thank You" in same silver and shine color as heard on the CPB logo.

Shows that use this custom version in association with CPB:

  • The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer (September 3, 2002-August 31, 2009 associated with WETA/WNET) (Voiceover Regular) (Music Regular) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, ADM The Nature of What's to Come... and by SBC Communications... Proviti... This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and, by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2003. "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, ADM The Nature of What's to Come... and by SBC Communications... This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and, by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2003-2004. "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, ADM The Nature of What's to Come... and by SBC Communications... the Salomon Smith Barney... and by CiT... and, This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and, by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2004-2005. "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, Archer Daniel Midland Company... and by SBC Communications... the Salomon Smith Barney... and by, CiT... and, This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and, by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2005-2006. "Major funding for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer has been provided by, Archer Daniel Midland Company... and by, CiT... and the Pacific Life... This program is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and, by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2006-2007. 2007-2008. 2008-2009) (Logo TBA)
  • Scientific American Frontiers (October 8, 2002-July 20, 2004 associated with Connecticut Public Television) (Voiceover Alan Alda) (Music Scientific American Frontiers theme) (Animation Sky background) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Scientific American Frontiers is provided by the National Science Foundation. America's Investment in the Future...Additonal funding is provided by Aglient Technologies... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • African American World (November 22, 2002-January 7, 2005 associated with National Public Radio/WNET) (Voiceover Joe Morton) (Music African drum beat, then flameco) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for African American World is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and the Edler & Hawkins.") (Logo TBA)
  • Washington Week (2002-2009 associated with WETA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Washinton Week theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line 2002-2005, "Corporate funding is provided by SBC Communications... and by Shell Oil Company... Shell Oil Company... this program was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and, by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2006-2007, "Corporate funding for WASHINGTON WEEK is provided by, BOEING, Forever New Frontiers... National Mining Association... Corporate funding is also provided by, Chevron. Human energy... Major funding for WASHINGTON WEEK is also provided by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by Contributions to your PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2007-2008, 2008-2009) (Logo TBA)
  • American Family: Journey of Dreams (April 4, 2004-July 28, 2006 associated with KCET) (Voiceover Regular) (Music Edward James Olmos) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for the American Family: Journey of Dreams is provided by, Johnson & Johnson... and by the American Legacy Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by Contributions to your PBS Station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." Opening Credits. Major funding for the American Family: Journey of Dreams is provided by, Splenda... the American Legacy Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Shortcut (Unaired 2003 associated with PBS) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Shortcut was made possible by..The National Science Foundation.. Where's Discover's Begin...and... National Endowment for the Humanties... Google, proud sponsor of Shortcut, divides world of entertainment... Shortcut was also made possible by...The Corporation for Public Broadcasting...and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You") (Logo TBA)
  • Benjamin Franklin (November 19, 2002-November 20, 2002 associated with Middlemarch Films/TPT) (Voiceover David Odgen Stiers) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Corporate funding for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN is provided by, Northwestern Mutual Foundation... Additional major funding is provided by, The National Endowment for the Humanities... for 30 years expanding our outstanding of the world... The Pew Charitable Trusts... The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation... to enhance public understanding of the role of technology, The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... and The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... Funding is also provided by, The Humana Foundation... and The Eberly Foundation... Additional funding for this Web site is provided by, Surdna Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • The Classic American Masters (The Golden Era) (August 18, 2004-July 26, 2006 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Rob Schuler) (Music American Masters theme) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct, when the show is HD) (Voiceover Line "Corporate support for Julia, America's Favorite Chef. is provided by Cuisinart... and by Le Cordon Bleu. and graduate to the true american icon... American Masters is made possible by to support the National Endowment for the Arts... and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.... Additional funding for American Masters is provided by Rosalind P. Walter... the Blanche Irving Laurie Foundation... Jack Rudin... the Andre and Elizabeth Kertesz Foundation... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Major funding for this program is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities... the National Endowment for the Arts... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Rosalind P. Walter... the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation... Jack Rudin... The André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation... Michael & Helen Schaffer Foundation... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • The Secret Life of the Brain (January 22, 2002-February 12, 2002 associated with David Grubin Productions/WNET) (Voiceover Man) (Music The Secret Life of the Brain theme) (Animation The brain moving background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for The Secret Life of the Brain, is provided by the National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... funding is also provided by, At Pfizer we’re spending nearly five billion dollars looking for the cures of the future. We have twelve thousand scientists and health experts who firmly believe the only thing incurable is our passion. Pfizer. Life is our life’s work... the Medtronic Foundation. on Behalf of Medtronic providing lifelong solutions for people with chronic disease. When Life Depends on Medical Technology... the Park Foundation... dedicated to education and quality television... the Dana Foundation... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Frontier House (April 29, 2002-May 1, 2002 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Kathryn Walker) (Music Frontier House theme) (Animation The clouds getting dark) (Availability Long gone) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Frontier House is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit. Corporate support is made possible by, Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods... makers over four hundred stone ground whole grain products for every meal of day. our food natural products are available and logo grociers are natural market. Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods. to your good health... and by, Georgia Pacific... life on the Frontier i would have been different. with G.P. like poofing northern bath tissue brownie towels. next to cups to plates. Georgia Pacific We makes the things that make you feel at home... Major funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Colonial House (May 17, 2004-May 24, 2004 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Kathryn Walker) (Music Colonial House theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extremely rare) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Colonial House is provided by Corporate support is made possible by, Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods... makers over four hundred stone ground whole grain products for every meal of day. our food natural products are available and logo grociers are natural market. Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods. to your good health... Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation... and Rodale. Live your Whole Life... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Texas Ranch House (May 1, 2006-May 4, 2006 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Randy Quaid) (Music Cowboy and Wild West music) (Animation the Horse background) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Funding for Texas Ranch House is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman (September 14, 2009-November 4, 2010 associated with WGBH, a spin-off ZOOM) (Voiceover Ruff Ruffman) (Music Fetch! theme) (Animation The logo moving to the center of the screen, the animation is same as NOVA) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Funding for FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman is provided by, the National Science Foundation... Where Discoveries Begin... and by the The Corporation for Public Broadcasting... a Private Corporation Funded by the American People... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." 2009 from 2010. "Funding for FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman is provided by, the National Science Foundation... Where Discoveries Begin... and by the The Corporation for Public Broadcasting... a Private Corporation Funded by the American People... Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids... Helping kids discover that families and fun go hand in hand... PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Masterpiece (October 8, 2006-present associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Jonny Lee Miller in the original one, later Inspector Lewis) (Music Masterpiece theme) (Animation The book pages) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Masterpiece is made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • NOVA (September 20, 2005-present associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Donald James) (Music current NOVA theme) (Animation The line sweeping by) (Availability Current) (Voiceover Line "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Funding for Einstein's Big Idea is provided by the National Science Foundation... America's Investment in the Future... and by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology... and the U.S. Department of Energy, fostering science and security... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank you." NOVA ScienceNOW. "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA ScienceNOW is provided by the National Science Foundation... America's investment in the future... And the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, servicing society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology... the George D. Smith Fund... and the Kavli Foundation, advancing scientific knowledge at leading universities worldwide... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank you." "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Major funding for Newton's Dark Secrets is provided by the National Science Foundation... America's investment in the future... Additional funding is provided by American Playhouse... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA scienceNOW is provided by the National Science Foundation... where discoveries begin... And, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology. to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... And the George D. Smith Fund... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Additional funding for Wings of Madness is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology. to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. and by PBS viewers like you. Thank you." "Google is proud to support NOVA in the search for knowledge: Google... Major funding for NOVA scienceNOW is provided by the National Science Foundation, where discoveries begin... And The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Additional funding is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology. to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... And the George D. Smith Fund... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch... and by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, serving society through biomedical research and science education: HHMI... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch and by... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: For each of us, there is a moment of discovery. We understand that all of life is elemental, and as we marvel at element bonding with element, we soon realize that when you add the human element to the equation, everything changes. Suddenly, all of chemistry illuminates humanity, and all of humanity illuminates chemistry. The human element: nothing is more fundamental, nothing more elemental... And by David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you... Thank you. "Major funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI. Major funding for Absolute Zero is provided by the National Science Foundation, where discoveries begin. Additional funding is provided the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology. to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... Additional funding for Secrets of the Parthenon is provided by the Solow Art and Architecture Foundation... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch. And... Discovering new knowledge: HHMI... Major funding for Cracking the Maya Code is provided by the National Science Foundation... where discoveries begin. And by... The National Endowment for the Humanities... because democracy demands wisdom... Additional funding for this program is provided by the Solow Art and Architecture Foundation... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch. And... Discovering new knowledge: HHMI... Major funding for Lord of the Ants is provided by the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund... Additional funding is provided by Gordon and Betty Moore... and by the Invitrogen Educational Foundation... And by the following... UNC Morehead Planetarium and Science Center... Teach Green Charitable Foundation... and The Nurture Nature Foundation... Major Funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Funding for NOVA scienceNOW is provided by... Americans are living longer, spending more on healthcare. At Pfizer, we're working on ways to help, with medicines that help prevent illnesses, with programs that provide our medicines to people without coverage and new partnerships to keep costs down and keep people healthy... And by the National Science Foundation... where discoveries begin... And... Discover new knowledge, biomedical research and science education. Howard Hughes Medical Institute: HHMI. And, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology, to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... And the George D. Smith Fund... And by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: Well, it might surprise a lot of people that ExxonMobil would be interested in lithium ion battery technology applied to hybrid electric vehicles. Our new battery separator film is a true breakthrough that's going to enable the deployment of more hybrid vehicles, faster. This means a tremendous reduction in greenhouse gases—the equivalent of removing millions of cars from the road. I think this is the most important project that I've worked on in my career... And David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: Well, it might surprise a lot of people that ExxonMobil would be interested in lithium ion battery technology applied to hybrid electric vehicles. Our new battery separator film is a true breakthrough that's going to enable the deployment of more hybrid vehicles, faster. This means a tremendous reduction in greenhouse gases, the equivalent of removing millions of cars from the road. I think this is the most important project that I've worked on in my career... And David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... Major funding for Hunting the Hidden Dimension is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology, to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... Major funding for NOVA is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: One of the factors impacting energy prices is growing global demand. And one way to put downward pressure on prices is to make more supply available. ExxonMobil has invented a breakthrough technology that we've just begun using here in the U.S. to access cleaner-burning natural gas that's locked in very tight, hard rocks. We could produce enough gas from one U.S. source alone to heat 50 million homes for almost a decade... And David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you... Thank you." "Funding for NOVA scienceNOW is provided by, the National Science Foundation... where discoveries begin... And... Discover new knowledge; biomedical research and science education; Howard Hughes Medical Institute: HHMI... And the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology and to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... And the George D. Smith Fund... And by PBS viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: Natural gas is a cleaner-burning fuel, yet a lot of natural gas has impurities, like CO2, in it. Controlled Freeze Zone is a new technology being developed by ExxonMobil to remove the CO2 from the natural gas so we can safely store it where it won't get into the atmosphere. ExxonMobil is spending more than $100 million to build a plant that will demonstrate this process. I'm very optimistic about it, because this technology could be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly. Retirement: it may be a long way off or another adventure waiting just ahead. Pacific Life can help provide a dependable income you can enjoy for the rest of your life, because retirement can be a very long ride. Your financial professional can tell you more about Pacific Life. Pacific Life: the power to help you succeed... And by David H. Koch. And... HHMI: Howard Hughes Medical Institute... Major funding for Darwin's Darkest Hour is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology and to portray the lives of men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... And by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, dedicated to strengthening America's future through education... Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: I've been growing algae for 35 years. Most people try to get rid of algae. We're trying to grow it. The algae are very beautiful. They come in blue and red, golden, green. Algae could be converted into biofuels that we could someday run our cars on. In using algae to form biofuels, we're not competing with the food supply, and they absorb CO2, so they help solve the greenhouse problem as well. We're making a big commitment to finding out just how much algae can help to meet the fuel demands of the world. To pursue the life you want, sometimes you need a financial advocate who knows where you want to go. A Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor now with access to the resources of Bank of America, can help you diversify, rebalance, imagine and believe. Merrill Lynch Wealth Management... And by Pacific Life: the power to help you succeed; offering insurance annuities and investments... And David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for NOVA is provided by the following: Retirement: it may be a long way off or another adventure waiting just ahead. Pacific Life can help provide a dependable income you can enjoy for the rest of your life, because retirement can be a very long ride. Your financial professional can tell you more about Pacific Life. Pacific Life: the power to help you succeed. Natural gas is a cleaner burning fuel, yet a lot of natural gas has impurities like CO2 in it. Controlled Freeze Zone is a new technology being developed by ExxonMobil to remove the CO2 from the natural gas, so we can safely store it where it won't get into the atmosphere. ExxonMobil is spending more than $100 million to build a plant that will demonstrate this process. I'm very optimistic about it because this technology could be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly... And David H. Koch. And... Discover new knowledge: HHMI... And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you... Thank you." "Major funding for Nova is provided by, the following... Discovering new knowledge: HHMI... and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and PBS Viewers Like You... Thank You... Additional funding is provided by Millicent Bell, through the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation.") (Logo TBA)
  • The Electric Company (January 16, 2009-present associated with Sesame Workshop) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation still, later Regular) (Availability Currently in use) (Voiceover Line First years, Episode but later years, "American greetings beaches resorts is a proud sponsor of "the electric company," connecting bright ideas and countless outlets for high-energy excitement... from the U.S. Department of Education, A Ready to Learn grant, and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." and now, Episode) (Logo TBA)
  • Nature (November 12, 2006–May 17, 2009 associated with WNET) (Voiceover Bill Mason) (Music Nature theme) (Animation Regular, but the camera panning) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Nature is provided by Canon... take your inspiration from Nature. leave it and touched by your presence. capture image. preserved forever. Canon... dedicated to preserving end ever ending beauty of our environment... this program was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Frontline (September 7, 2004-June 17, 2008 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Will Lyman) (Music Frontline theme) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Partner funding for this program was provided by the Nathan Cummings Foundation... Frontline is made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Partner funding for this program was provided by the Stratford Foundation... Frontline is made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Frontline is made possible by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank you... With major funding from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation... Helping to building a more just world... With additional funding from the Park Foundation. Committed to raising public awareness.") (Logo TBA)
  • Between the Lions (September 21, 2009-August 31, 2011 associated with Sirius Thinking/MPB/WGBH) (Voiceover Announcer Bunny) (Music African music) (Animation The logo moving down) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Between the Lions is funded in part by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... A Cooperative Agreement from the U.S. Department of Education Ready to Learn Grant... and by the Barksdale Reading Institute... Chick-fil-A.") (Logo TBA)
  • Cyberchase (October 7, 2005-July 22, 2010 associated with WNET/Nelvana and later Title/WNET) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Outer space music) (Animation The spaceships, the logo and rug flipping) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for Cyberchase is provided by, the National Science Foundation... Where Discoveries Begin... the Volckhausen Family... Intel Corporation... Ernst & Young... Northrop Grumman... Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman... the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Martha Speaks (September 1, 2008-present associated with Studio B/WGBH) (Voiceover Danny in the original one, later Helen, and currently Martha) (Music Martha Speaks music) (Animation still)(Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Martha Speaks is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Education, Ready To Learn grant... Additional funding is provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations... And by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You." later and currently) (Logo TBA)
  • American Experience (September 6, 2004-July 10, 2011 associated with WGBH) (Voiceover James Earl Jones) (Music American Experience theme) (Animation The background) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line "American Experience is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit. Major corporate funding is provided by, Liberty's Mutual... American Experience is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You." "Exclusive corporate funding for American Experience is provided by, Liberty's Mutual... Major funding for American Experience is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... American Experience is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • In Performance at the White House (September 2, 2003-present associated with WETA) (Voiceover Regular, TBA, TBA, and TBA) (Music Regular, later TBA, and silent) (Animation Regular, later still, then in The Motown Sound, same as NOVA and Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman) (Availability Currently in use) (Voiceover Line TBA, then 2005-06, TBA, 2006-07, TBA 2007-2008, TBA, 2008-2010, TBA and currently TBA)
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (October 6, 2003-September 28, 2010 associated with WETA) (Voiceover any) (Music any) (Animation still, in Baseball: The Tenth Inning, regular) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • The New American Masters (The Relaunch Era) (June 20, 2005-present associated with WNET) (Voiceover Rob Schuler in the original one, later James Earl Jones) (Music American Masters theme) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line "Major funding for this program is provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities... the National Endowment for the Arts. Because a Great Nation Deserves Great Art... and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... Rosalind P. Walter... the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation... Jack Rudin... The André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation... Michael & Helen Schaffer Foundation... and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You... Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Liberty's Kids (September 2, 2002-April 4, 2003 associated with DiC) (Voiceover James Hiller) (Music TBA) (Animation still) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on PBS Kids) (Voiceover Line "Liberty's Kids was made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You. Thank You.") (Logo TBA)
  • Great Performances (September 1, 2010-present associated with WNET) (Voiceover Ben Stiller) (Music current Great Performances theme) (Animation The spotlights moving, The background) (Availability Currently in use) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Jean Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures (2006-2009 associated with KQED) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Jean Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures theme) (Animation the bubbles background) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on PBS) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Wired Science (January 3, 2007-December 26, 2007 associated with KCET) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Wired Science theme) (Animation the squares background) (Availability Extinct, no longer airs on PBS) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)

Eighth Logo (2009-)

On a same background as the 9th PBS ident, we see the CPB logo and the text zooms out (expect for the squares) in the same manner as the 5th and 6th logos. The byline appears along with the URL. {C}{C Variants: TBA Version: TBA Shows use the custom variaton in association with CPB:

  • Nature (November 12, 2010-present associated with WNET) (Voiceover Bill Mason) (Music current Nature theme) (Animation The camera panning) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • PBS NewsHour (December 7, 2009-present associated with WETA/WNET) (Voiceover Regular) (Music Regular) (Animation Regular) (Availability Extinct) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Frontline (October 19, 2010-present associated with WGBH) (Voiceover Will Lyman) (Music Frontline theme) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Wild Kratts (2011-present associated with Kratt Brothers Entertainment/9 Story Entertainment) (Voiceover TBA) (Music silent) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Ken Burns Trilogy (October 2, 2011-present starring with Prohibition in association with director Lynn Novick associated with WETA) (Voiceover any) (Music any) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Super WHY! (September 12, 2011-present associated with DHX Media and Out of the Blue Enterprises) (Voiceover Whyatt/Super Why) (Music Super WHY! theme) (Animation still) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • American Experience (July 10, 2011-present associated with WGBH) (Voiceover James Earl Jones) (Music American Experience theme) (Animation The background, while Regular) (Availability Currently in use) (Voiceover Line "Exclusive corporate funding for American Experience is provided by, Liberty's Mutual... Major funding for American Experience is made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. to enhance public understanding of the role of technology. The foundation also seeks to portray the lives of the men and women engaged in scientific and technological pursuit... American Experience is also made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting... and by contributions to your PBS station, from Viewers Like You... Thank You") (Logo TBA)
  • Need to Know (May 7, 2010-present associated with WNET) (Voiceover TBA) (Music Need to Know theme) (Animation the wheat background) (Availability Current) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Washington Week (2009-present associated with WETA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability Current) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • War of 1812 (2011 associated with WNED/WETA) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • Women, War & Peace (2011 associated with WNET) (Voiceover TBA) (Music TBA) (Animation TBA) (Availability TBA) (Voiceover Line TBA) (Logo TBA)
  • The Margo, Edith and Agnes Show (2014-present associated with Universal Television and Illumination Entertainment) (Voiceover Margo) (Music PBS Kids Funding) (Animation Same as Clifford and others) (Availability PBS Airings Only) (Voice Over Line "This program is funded in part by a Ready to Learn from the US Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. A Private Corporation funded by the american people.")

Viewers Like You

Prototype Version 1
(1970-1989)

Just the words "Public Television Stations" appeared.

Prototype Version 2
(1988-1991)

Same as above, expect "Viewers" instead of "Stations" appeared.

First Logo
(1989-1996)

On the same background as the 2nd CPB logo, we see the words "VIEWERS LIKE" in Times New Roman-like font. The words "you" writing on in script in similar font as the Britt Alfcort logo (just like the Britt Alfcort logo). On Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, the letters glowing (just like in the WQED/WGBH/KUED/WCET logo).

Shows use the custom version from the 1987 CPB logo.

Second Logo
(1991-2001)

On the same background as the 3rd CPB logo or a black background, we see the words "Viewers Like You" in serif font at the top or larger and starring in November 1, 1999 introucted on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, the words "Thank You" after the name. On Lamb Chop's Play Along, the logo is darker and in 1994-1997, the background is horizonallty strecthed out.

Shows use the custom version from the 1991 CPB logo.

Third Logo
(2000-2001)

On the same background as the 7th PBS ID and the 4th CPB logo, we see the words "Viewers Like You" in italic font, then "Thank You" appears.

Shows use the custom version from the 2000 CPB logo.

Fourth Logo
(2001-)

On the same background as the 5th CPB logo, the circle form the words "Viewers Like You" in a small typeface. Then another circle forms the word "Thank You". Rare logo has the words "Viewers Like You" in a cartoonish-like font. Then, "Thank You" appears. On Super Why!, the last version of the logo had the words "You" next to the exclmation point.

Shows use the custom version from the 2001 CPB logo.

Fifth Logo
(2002-)

On the same background as the 6th CPB logo, we see the words "Viewers Like You" in Helvetica typeface. Then "Thank You" appears.

Shows use the custom version from the 2002 CPB logo.

Sixth Logo
(2009-)

On the same background as the 7th CPB logo and the 9th PBS ident, the words "Viewers Like You" appears with "You" in the square. The words "Thank You" then appears.

Shows use the custom version from the 2009 CPB logo.

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