The first PBS Kids logo was based on PBS 1984 logo and was animated by Gene Mackles, as part of PBS ' ongoing transformation of its children's strand. It consisted of three stylized P-Heads, depicted as living things, complete with appendages, named the P-Pals, set on a white background.What is the name of the boy on PBS?
PBS Kids' mascots, Dash (boy) and Dot (girl), were introduced. This logo was designed by Richard McGuire (designer of characters for The New Yorker magazine) with Network IDs being produced by Lee Hunt Associates. Starting in 2000, new IDs were produced by Primal Screen.When did PBS replace for kids?
In 1993, This is PBS replaced For Kids after 21 years of broadcasting. PBS KIDS' first logo based on PBS ' current logo used since 1984 was animated by Gene Mackles. It consisted of three stylized P-Heads, depicted as literally living things, complete with appendages, named the P-Pals, set on a white background.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.