TV USSR/Soviet Central Television
TV USSR 1st Program
1 Kanal Ostankino
The logo's number 1 is similar from Ukranian TV channel 1+1 logo.
Russian Public Television
OPT was launched on April 1, 1995.
In 1997, OPT got a new look, created by Novocom.
Channel One Russia (Первый Канал)
As part of an expansion of programming, OPT was renamed to Channel 1 Russia. The 2000 logo was kept, however the idents were changed to match the new network's name.
Channel One Russia
| Channel One Russia (HD) | Karusel
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