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Prior to 1993, PBS ' children's programming used the regular PBS branding. The first PBS Kids logo was based on PBS' 1984 logo and animated by Gene Mackles as part of PBS' ongoing transformation of its children's strand into a service known as Ready to Learn, which was launched in eleven test markets at that time.What happened to the PBS Kids Dot and Dash logo?
On October 6, 2013, the PBS Kids' Dot logo was retired, and the Dash logo still remains as the PBS Kids logo, even though PBS Kids replaced Dash with a lookalike named Del (alongside Dee) in 2013.When did PTV become PBS Kids?
This logo was used for on-air promos, bumpers and idents (animated by FableVision) until 1999, even though some stations still had the PTV branding until 2001. On September 6, 1999, the same day Dragon Tales premiered, PTV was officially rebranded as PBS Kids, ending the P-Pals' six-year run. PBS Kids' mascots Dash and Dot were also introduced.When did PBS Kids change its name?
The name "PBS Kids" was conceived in early 1997 as a rebranding effort for PBS as part of its ongoing changes of its profiles. This logo was used for on-air promos, bumpers and idents (animated by FableVision) until 1999, even though some stations still had the PTV branding until 2001.