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1989–2009 2001–2009 2009–2015 2011–2015 2015–present


ABC For Kids (first era)

1989–2009

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Originally, ABC for Kids was a daily time slot on ABC, it showed different varieties of shows for children. The logo features the letters A for an Apple, B for a Bee and C for a Carrot. Unfortunately in July 2002, ABC For Kids continued to use the 1974 ABC logo until it replaces with a new one.

ABC Kids (first era)

2001–2009

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This logo was introduced on 1 July 2001. This logo was used for children's television of ABC TV and the ABC Kids channel that aired alongside Fly TV. After the ABC Kids channel and Fly TV were closed on 30 June 2003, ABC Kids began to show more shows for older children during the after school timeslot.

ABC For Kids (second era)

2009–2015

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In 2009, the channel was renamed ABC For Kids and changed their logo to a 3D render version of the 1989 logo. This logo appears to be made in the 3DS Max software. In the same year, the channel was also expanded to ABC2 (now known as ABC Comedy) as ABC For Kids on 2. However, this logo was still used on DVD's until 2015.

ABC4 Kids

2011–2015

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ABC4 Kids was relaunched as a part-time preschooler's channel in 2011, sharing bandwidth with ABC2. The logo is similar to sister channel ABC3's logo. It was featured with coloured variants in red, green, and blue. All children's programming that featured on ABC was moved to either ABC4 Kids or ABC3. However, this logo also included the 1974 Lissajous loop logo, just like ABC3's.

ABC Kids (second era)

2015–present

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The ABC Kids name was revived on 2 March 2015, coinciding with the launch of a new ABC Kids iView app. The new logo is a modernized version of both ABC For Kids logos between 1989 and 2009. The new identity was developed by Australian brand agency Hulsbosch. The idents from the former logo remains and only the logo and jingle are altered.