Note: Due to severe typo gripes, extinct film showcase and very illegal fiasco edits, the page is being remade by Atrevidor Johnnes and Dr. Cow Andrew. No one could edit this page except these two, and don't be like Lori, or ELSE. You can see the original (and very suspicious) variant here
Background: Canal Televisión Panameño's history comes back in 1986, when Marco Enrique Lavastides, which studied both chemistry and international television settings decided to make an idea of creating a new television station and replace the former WHJT-TV Balboa Canal 4. (More TBA)
FX/SFX: The flag waving in, the circles rotating and moving, the text forming and some special effects, which are described in the logo itself.
Cheesy Factor: It has very choppy and outdated animation, but not that much.
Availability: Extremely common. Seen on their productions.
Scare Factor: Low to medium.
Cheesy Factor: The shining part at the end of the logo looks like an early Sony Vegas project.
Availability: Mega common.
Scare Factor: None to low.