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Cbsradio1928 Cbsradio1931 Cbsradio1930s Cbsradio1938b Cbs49 CBS Eyemark Cbs50s
1927–1931 1931–1935 1935–1947 1938–1947 1947–1951 1951–present 1951–1956
 
CBS Eye (Didot) CBS 1959 CBS modern logo wordmark CBS 2010 CBS 2011 CBS logo 2015
1956–present 1959–1989 2007–2010 2010–2011 2011–2015 2015–present

1927–1931

Cbsradio1928

1931–1935

Cbsradio1931

1935–1947

Cbsradio1930s

1938–1947

Cbsradio1938b

1947–1951

Cbs49

1951–present

CBS Eyemark

The now-iconic CBS "eyemark" logo, designed by William Golden, was first introduced on October 20, 1951. Since its introduction, the eye design itself has remained unchanged, but the type style for the network's wordmark has been changed frequently. Sometimes the type style has been changed on a yearly basis, and it is not unusual for CBS to use several variants of it at once.

1951–1956

Cbs50s

The wordmark was placed inside the eye in 1951.

1956–present

CBS Eye (Didot)

1959–1989

CBS 1959

The wordmark was placed back inside the eye in 1959, but had a different font.

2007–2010

CBS modern logo wordmark

2010–2011

CBS 2010

2011–2015

CBS 2011

2015–present

CBS logo 2015

See also

  • For other related logos and images see: CBS/Other

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