Logo descriptions and capture by mr3urious Editions by V of Doom and D.L. Chandell
Background: United Artists owned and operated television two television stations between the years of 1968 and 1977. Legal ID's for the company would typically say "United Artists Broadcasting: an entertainment service of Transamerica Corporation.", along with the Transamerica T logo. UAB/Transamerica would exit the broadcasting business in 1977 following the sale of WUAB to the Gaylord Broadcasting Company.
Nickname: "Transamerica T"
Logo: In the same white/off-white color and font as the main corresponding United Artists logo for motion pictures, we see the words "United Artists United Artists Broadcasting - CLG Wiki Broadcasting" zooming in and arranging itself below. Then, two sets of blue lines move upward and outward to form the Transamerica T "Flower".
FX/SFX: The forming of the "T".
Music/Sounds/Voice-over: Just a man saying "United Artists Broadcasting: An entertainment service of Transamerica Corporation."
Availability: Extinct. It was only used as an ID for various United Artists-owned stations, such as WUAB in Cleveland, Ohio.
Scare Factor: Low.