Coca-Cola Telecommunications (CCT) was a first-run syndication unit of Columbia Pictures Television (then a unit of The Coca-Cola Company) created on November 24, 1986 that was a merger between CPT's first-run syndication division and The Television Program Source. The Television Program Source was a joint-venture between Alan Bennett, former King World president Robert King, and CPT that was founded on October 15, 1984. However, in 1994, After Columbia Changed it's logo, He stopped being Sony's Owner and made his own company. When Disney+ Elephant was made in November, Coca Cola owned it. However, in March 10, 2020, Sprite Owned Coca-Cola
TV Series Edit
- Hardcastle and McCormick (1983-1986; a Stephen J. Cannell Production; originally distributed by Colex)
- Punky Brewster (1984-1988, produced by Lightkeeper Productions in association with NBC Productions; syndicated from 1987-1988, Sony Pictures Television handles domestic syndication, while NBCUniversal Television Distribution owns the show and handles international syndication. Shout! Factory has DVD rights under license from NBC)
- The Price Is Right (1985-1986; a Mark Goodson Production; nighttime version as TPS now owned by FremantleMedia North America)
- Card Sharks (1986-1987; a Mark Goodson Production; nighttime version as TPS now owned by FremantleMedia North America)
- The New Gidget (1986-1988)
- The Real Ghostbusters (1987-1988 only, co-produced by DIC Enterprises)
- Dinosaucers (1987, produced by DIC Enterprises)
- Hulk Hogan's Rock 'N' Wrestling (1987) (produced by DIC Enterprises, owned by WWE)
- Merv Griffin at the Coconut Ballroom (1987 pilot)
- New Monkees (1987)
- Sylvanian Families (1987) (produced by DIC Enterprises now owned by DHX Media)
- That's My Mama Now (1987 pilot)
- What's Happening Now!! (1987-1988 only, co-produced in association with LBS Communications)
- Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (1987) (produced by DIC Enterprises now owned by DHX Media)
- Sesame Street (1988-2000, 2019-) (produced by Children's Television Workshop now Sesame Workshop)
- Oooooo Time Elephant (2004-)
- The Pigeon (1997-2013)
- Mo on the Go (2013-)
TV Specials Edit
- Dennis the Menace: Dinosaur Hunter (1987) (co-produced by DIC Enterprises)
- Meet Julie (1987)
- Journey Inside Nintendo: The NESs (1998)
- Journey Inside Nintendo: The 64 and Gamecube (2006)
- Journey Inside Nintendo: The Wiis (2018)
- Journey Inside Nintendo: The Switch (2022, Upcoming)
On a black background is a red box with the Coca-Cola "Dynamic Ribbon" in it outlined in black (the space under it is decorated with horizontal black lines). Under that is: Coca-Cola TELECOMMUNICATIONS A unit of Coca-Cola TELEVISION. We hear A light synthesized 6-note tune that sounds somewhat similar to the flute solo at the start of "Sledgehammer" by Peter Gabriel.
There is a variant of this logo with the text Exclusive Distributor below. It's also videotaped.
On the Action Max Blue Thunder game, it uses the end theme.
Very rare, as this logo was short lived. Originally seen on 1987 episodes of The Real Ghostbusters, season 3 of Punky Brewster, and Dinosaucers, among other shows, as well on the TV movie incarnation of Dennis the Menace (a.k.a. Dennis the Menace: Dinosaur Hunter), but was plastered (along with the LBS logo) by the SPT logo on recent prints, however the "Coca Cola Telecommunications Presents" text at the beginning was intact (on AT&T's now defunct streaming service Screen Pack, the opening text was deleted). It is preserved on the Vidmark Entertainment VHS and Laserdisc releases, however. The logo was plastered on USA and Fox Family Channel reruns of The Real Ghostbusters, as well as the more recent Sony and Time-Life DVD releases, though it was spotted on two episodes of the said show on Canada's Teletoon Retro, "Ain't NASA-sarily So" and "Doctor, Doctor". Columbia reportedly put the 1988 and 1989 CPT logos at the end of Punky Brewster reruns when they were more common, and the logo was plastered by the 1993 CPTD or 1996 CTTD logos on the Family Channel reruns and it hasn't been aired since. More recently, the logo was spotted on a bonus Sylvanian Families episode (after a 1990 "Kid in Bed" plaster!) on the UAV/Sterling Care Bears DVD To the Rescue (now out of print), on the special Meet Julie on DiC's KEWL Cartoons website (later taken down, but could be accessed through Feedage.com until KEWL Cartoons shut down completely), and on the Action Max Blue Thunder VHS with the closing theme playing over it. As for the "Exclusive Distributor" variant, it's extremely rare, and was only seen on reruns of Punky Brewster and a few older reruns of The Real Ghostbusters; it is intact on current prints of season 3 of the former followed by the current NBCUniversal Television Distribution logo. It was plastered over by the 2004 NBC Universal Television Distribution logo on the season 3 DVD released by Shout! Factory. This logo has also turned up on at least one local rerun episode of Hardcastle and McCormick, following both the Stephen J. Cannell Productions and the 1987 LBS Distribution logos. Recently, it was retained on DHX Media Retro's YouTube Channel print of Starcom: The U.S. Space Force, after the Cookie Jar logo and it might have also appeared on Mill Creek's DVD release. It is also at the end of the Blue Thunder game for the infamous Action Max console.
from 2017-2019, we see 5 sodas. then, we trancition to a black background, where we see the old logo form.
Starting in December 2019, The logo was animated: The Coca-Cola logo is gone and we see it come up (with BFB face and Limbs) and goes to it’s normal spot (without face and limbs). the differences is that the Coca Cola logo in the byline is red and that it looks like the Old logo. We hear Sleigh Bells.
From March 2019 Onward, Sprite Telecommuntions replaced it, so the Sprite logo appears instead where he is going to the logo from the right and then makes his limbs dissapear and lands alittle bit. the background changes to green in the middle of the logo then black at the end. the byline is changed to a CPF100 Byline. We hear a Remix of the Coca-Cola logo.