Salt Cover is a comedy group and a fictional humoristic TV channel of Brazil created by the vlogger Igor C. Barros. Their logo is a parody of the Rede Globo logo.
TV Salt Cover
In 1948, Salt Cover was created and the logo was created which is known as The Cut Circles. It was used as an alternate logo until 1974.
In 1966, the logo is altered to a circle with an S on it. This logo was used as an alternate logo until 1984.
In 1976, the two logos were merged to create a new logo drawn by Delfin Producciones in Mexico. It's a circle with a screen mouth on it.
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Similar to Rede Record. It came after the logo.
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The original Screen Mouth logo was used again in 1984.
This logo comes right after the 1986 Rede Globo logo
With the launch of the 2008 Rede Globo logo, TV Salt Cover also launched a new logo.
On April 15, 2014, a new logo for TV Salt Cover was launched and debuted.
2015-present (primary), 2014-2015 (secondary)
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On January 1, 2015 (other on April 13, 2015), Salt Cover slightly modified their logo, with the gloss effect being lighter, and the colors of the "screen mouth" more vivid. It resembles the 2008 logo but with a white gloss effect. It was originally used as a variant but was later ascended to become the network's official logo. The logo is first appeared in August 2014.