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Background: KRMA is a PBS affiliate located in Denver, Colorado. The station is now part of the statewide PBS affiliate "Rocky Mountain PBS".

1st Logo
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Logo: We see sections of the KRMA logo merge from two opposite vertical directions,divided into sky blue/lime per section. Pieces of it separate and get cut off, forming a bar below. A curtain vent effect reveals the KRMA logo. The bar splits into two pieces, not equal, and two flashes on each reveal "Denver · PRESENTS".

Trivia: This logo was modeled off of KRMA's locally used "six" logo, used from around this time until around 1999 or 2000.

Variant: A local videotaped variant has the same animation, but it has the "six" logo of the era. It was also remade.

FX/SFX: All of this is scanimation.

Music/Sounds: In the early years the logo was used, it had a 9-note orchestrated fanfare. Later, an upbeat horn fanfare.

Availability: Very rare.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo
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Nickname: "The Skyline Photo"

Logo: We see a live-action shot of the downtown Denver skylines at dusk. Suddenly, the picture flips down against a black background, and it leaves "KRMA", in an Impact font, on the screen. The letters zoom a bit forward and tilt counter-clockwise a bit, with the letters showing what look like moving clouds. The text, "TELEVISION - Denver", colored neon green, appears below the logo, and we fade out.

Trivia: See the previous logo.

FX/SFX: The picture flipping down, the letters zooming and tilting a bit. It's not the best animation, but it's okay.

Music/Sounds: A synthesized note held down throughout, with some wind sounds in the background, as well as a "ricochet" sound.

Availability: Extinct. Appeared on
Spirit of Chautuaqua andHouse for All Seasons, among others.

Editor's Note: None.