Background: KPBS is a PBS affiliate located in San Diego, California. KPBS was founded in 1960 by San Diego State College (now San Diego State University), as a radio station that went under the name KEBS; in 1967 KEBS began broadcasting on television as an NET affiliate. In 1970, after NET folded into New York City/Newark station WNDT (now WNET), PBS absorbed NET's operations and KEBS changed its name to KPBS.
Nickname: "Glass KPBS"
Logo: We see a glass rectangle that sparkles on a black backdrop rotating, then the rectangle stops rotating, the we see KPBS in the rectangle and the words San Diego under the rectangle.
Trivia: This logo sounds similar to the 1976 Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures "Glass of Doom" logo.
FX/SFX: The turning logo, and the pink sparkling all over.
Music/Sounds: A twinkling sound.
Availability: Very rare.
Logo: On a black backdrop we see the KPBS written in Lubalin Graph Bold (Which was the standard font PBS used at the time) which is in blue, words San Diego written in cursive and are yellow and writing themselves out.
FX/SFX: KPBS glowing and San Diego writing out.
Music/Sounds: A horn and piano tune.
Logo: on a black backdrop we see multiple KPBS signs moving and overlapping each other, then they form one KPBS word then the words San Diego appear.
FX/SFX: The KPBS signs moving and merging and San Diego appearing.
Music/Sounds: A somber four-note trumpet tune.
Availability: Seen on Bloopy's Buddies and Great American Desserts.