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Home Box Office

1972–1975

HBO 1972

For the first four years of the network's existence, HBO identified itself with a still image of its original logo, a ticket stub and the channel's full name "Home Box Office" surrounded by a marquee light design.

HBO

1975–1981

HBO Logo 1975

HBO's logo has looked essentially the same since 1975, utilizing a simple wordmark with a circle inside the "O." One difference is that the early logo had the "O" overlapping the "B." The logo and the next one were designed by Betty Brugger, the Art Director for Time-Life at that time. In network IDs, the 1975 version of the HBO logo was often accompanied by three red, yellow and blue lines.

  

1980–present

HBO logo

In 1980, the logo was revised and the "O" was moved slightly to the right. The older 1975 logo and its tri-colored lines were gradually phased out in 1981; a major reason for the change was that the partially obscured "B" gave people the impression it was actually an "E."

In 1982, HBO introduced a well-known intro for its feature presentations that was created by Liberty Studios, and has been given the nickname "HBO in Space" by many viewers. In the intro, the camera would pan through a model city before going into outer space, with a stargate effect that reveals a silver HBO logo, which rotates across a starfield and moves toward the camera before multi-colored beams move around the "O" and take the camera inside it, where the type of program is revealed (generally the feature presentation). For many years, a shorter version of this opening sequence was used, which started from the portion of the sequence showing the starfield.

Another well known use of the HBO logo is the "static intro" shown immediately before and after HBO's original productions.

Another well know use of the HBO Logo is the HBO City logo used from 1998-2011.

In 2010, two new idents for HBO (created by JL Design) were launched. The two new idents are Magnet and Dreamscape.


Time Warner
Film production:
Warner Bros. Pictures (Others | Trailer Variants | Closing Variants) | Warner Bros. Family Entertainment | Warner Animation Group | Warner Bros. Animation (Warner Bros. Classic Animation) | New Line Cinema (Others) | Cartoon Network Movies | Cartoon Network Studios | Castle Rock Entertainment | Turner Entertainment | HBO Films | HBO Documentary Films

Television production:
Warner Bros. Television (Warner Horizon Television | Studio 2.0) | Warner Bros. Television Animation | Alloy Entertainment | Warner Bros. Television Distribution | Warner Bros. International Television | Telepictures | The Wolper Organization | Cartoon Network Studios | Hanna-Barbera | Toonzai | Eyeworks


Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group:
Warner Home Video | HBO Home Entertainment | Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment | Warner Bros. Games | Monolith Productions | Traveller's Tales | Snowblind Studios | Rocksteady Studios | Turbine | NetherRealm Studios


DC Entertainment:
DC Comics (Others) | Vertigo (Others) | DC Direct | Mad


Broadcast television:
The CW3 (HD)


Home Box Office, Inc.:
U.S. channels: HBO (HD | Go) | HBO 2 | HBO Comedy | HBO Family | HBO Latino | HBO Signature | HBO Zone |
Cinemax (HD | Go) | MoreMax | ActionMax | ThrillerMax | MaxLatino | OuterMax | MovieMax | 5StarMax


International channels: Cinemax 2 | Warner Channel | WarnerTV | WB Channel


Turner Broadcasting System:
U.S networks:Adult Swim | Adult Swim Video | Boomerang | Cartoon Network | Cartoon Network Studios | CNN | CNN Airport | HLN | NBA TV | Turner Classic Movies | TCM Classic Film Festival | TBS | TNT | Toonami | truTV
International channels: Boing | Boomerang Europe | Cartoonito | CNN International | CNN Türk | Imagine TV | TCM (Europe) | Chilevisión | CNN Chile | CNN-IBN | TCM & Cartoon Network | Boomerang Latin America | Tooncast | Esporte Interativo (20%) | QTV | TABI Channel | MONDO TV
Cartoon Network: Arabic | Australia | Canada | Europe | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | India | Italy | Japan | Latin America | Netherlands | Nordic | Pakistan | Philippines | Poland | Portugal | Russia and Southeastern Europe | Southeast Asia | Taiwan | Turkey | UK & Ireland
Other assets: WPCH-TV4 | Bleacher Report | Turner Sports | The Smoking Gun


Other: The WB | Maghound | TMZ.com | Flixster (Rotten Tomatoes) | Momlogic | WaterTower Music | Warner Bros. Movie World1 | Warner Village Cinemas1 | Warner Bros. Digital Distribution | Warner Bros. Studios | Warner Bros. Online


Dissolved:
Warner Communications | New Line Television | Cartoon Cartoons | Cartoon Network Too | CN Real | Summer @ Seven | Super Deluxe | Har Har Tharsdays | New @ 7 | CNN+ | TCM 2 | Upwave | Cartoon Network (Spain) | Boomerang (Southeast Asia) | Warner Bros. Italia | Lorimar Television | Lorimar-Telepictures | Lorimar Motion Pictures | Scholastic-Lorimar Home Video | Lorimar Home Video | Kideo Video | Lorimar Records | Warner Books | Roadshow-Lorimar Home Video1 | Warner Independent Pictures | Geffen Pictures | Geffen Television | Fine Line Features | HBO Independent Productions | HBO Downtown Productions | HBO NYC Productions | Thorn EMI/HBO Video | HBO/Cannon Video | Nelson Entertainment | Charter Entertainment | Rankin/Bass Productions | Brut Productions | Hanna-Barbera Home Video | Hanna-Barbera Poland | Hanna-Barbera Australia | New Line Home Entertainment | Infinifilm | Warner Premiere | Raw Feed | Warner Premiere Digital | Castle Rock Entertainment Television | Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment Company2


1Co-owned by Village Roadshow.
2Assets owned by Viacom or CBS Corporation.
3Co-owned with CBS Corporation.
4Turner owns this station, but it is operated by Meredith Corporation under a local marketing agreement.

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