Computer Originated World

The Computer Originated World (COW) was the method of creating the BBC1 symbol that was used between February 1985 and February 1991. It was later used by the international, commercial television service BBC World Service Television from its launch until c.1994.

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Computer Originated World - BBC World Service Television - Replacement
... The look on BBC World Service Television was dropped in favour of a look consisting entirely of fictional flags on the screen, with a single large BBC logo in centre screen ... for that purpose upon the channels split into BBC World ...

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