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During 1988, Bandeirantes unveiled a new logo that was used during a short period of time. It is believed this logo was unveiled as a part of the Verão Vivo campaign in late 1987 to early 1988.
In 1989, Rede Bandeirantes was shortened to Band and at the same time, they introduced a new design to their logo, a design that would be used for over 27 years. The logo shares a similar design to the CBS logo.
In 2002, Band received a major change to their logo which would be used for another 14 years. The colors were changed, dropping the red and black colors and replacing them with 2 of the colors of the Brazilian flag, which are yellow and green. Starting in 2005, this was used as a flat logo and it still used on some idents.
In 2010, Band received a major change to their logo, making the logo more glossier and shinier. The green part is now emerald/green and the yellow part is now gold/yellow.
- For other related logos and images see: Band/Other
1Available only outside of Brazil, in Paraguay, United States, Angola and Mozambique.
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