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1932–1983 1965–1975 1974–present 1989–2003 2001–2018 2018–present

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ABC 1965

Starting in 1965, ABC graphics designer, Bill Kennard, who had been experimenting with telerecording of the cathode ray oscilloscope displays, submitted a design which was part of the waveform from an oscilloscope. The letters A-B-C were added to the design and it was adopted as the ABC's official logo. Kennard was presented with £25 for his design.


ABC 1975

By the end of October 1974, or in March 1975 when colour TV came to Australia, the logo was modified with a thicker line and started using the familiar crossover design. On 20 July 2014, as part of ABC1's renaming back into "ABC TV", the logo was brought back to on-air presentation. Despite this, the 2002 silver logo remains in usage by the corporation.

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2001–2018, 2001–2018 (secondary)

ABC Australia logo

In 2001, with the introduction of digital television in Australia, ABC Television adopted a modified version of the logo, featuring a silver 3D look and losing the "over and under" design. However, despite the launch of this logo, the 1975 logo is still used by the corporation. In July 2002, to celebrate the ABC's 70th anniversary, the corporation adopted a new logo across all media. This new logo still used the silver 3D colour but reverted to its "over and under" design.


ABC 2018

The ABC dropped the 3D variant of the lissajous icon and retired the 2001 logotype. The change comes with a press release the ABC released on the 12th February 2018 announcing a new brand positioning under the tagline, "Yours".