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Contents

AMC logo 1987 AMC 1993 AMC 1996 American Movie Classics AMC (2002) AMC 2013 AMC (2013)
1984–1989 1989–1993 1993–1​998 1998–2002 2002–2013 2013–2016 2016–present


American Movie Classics

1984–1989

AMC logo 1987


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1989–1993

AMC 1993


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From 1989 to 1995, AMC used a logo either one filled diamond (for use in the acronym-only version of the logo) or two filled diamonds stacked over one another (used in the logo with the channel's full name at the time "American Movie Classics").

1993–1​998

AMC 1996


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1998–20​02

American Movie Classics

AMC

2002​–2013

AMC (2002)

AMC rebranded itself on September 30, 2002, with a new on-air look by Trollbäck & Company. The channel got a new logo and a new tagline, "TV for Movie People". The full name of the channel was essentially dropped in the process. In 2007, the 2002 tagline was dropped.

2013–present

2013–201​6

AMC 2013

On March 31, 2013 the logo was modified with the letters (slightly redrawn) now inside a filled rectangle. The channel also introduced a new tagline, "Something more." AMC was brought to Latin America in 2014 and the UK and Ireland in 2015, initially featuring the above logo.

2016–present​

AMC (2013)

On April 9, 2016, AMC made the logo black and white.

This logo was also launched on March 31, 2013 as an on-screen bug and as a print logo.