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- For the Croatian television channel, see Deejay TV (Croatia).
NOVE was originally launched in 1976 as Milano TV which was a local TV channel in Italy.
On 2 January 1983, Milano TV was relaunched as a free-to-air TV channel and changed its name to Rete A.
In 1986, Rete A introduced a new logo that consists of the "RETE" wordmark which is cursive by being coloured brown, as it is beside to the letter "A" that is also coloured brown.
In 1990, Rete A adopted its well-known everyman-letter "A" logo, that contains a short bit-up horizontal line that does not match the same letter, as well as it appears in front of a yellow squircle form, along with the "RETE" wordmark that appears to the point-middle at the everyman-letter "A".
In 1997, the squircle form was removed from the logo, and the everyman-letter "A" began to have rounded parts, except the "RETE" wordmark that would now begin to get digitized with much more weird style.
In 2001, a final update came to the everyman-letter "A" that changes its color to orange and the sketched parts became blue instead of black, with the "RETE" wordmark starts to have rounded parts.
Rete A All Music
In 2002, Rete A was renamed to Rete A All Music and were relaunched as a music TV channel. This included a new logo that is a minor update of its previous logo that the "ALL MUSIC" wordmark being added at the bottom of the logo.
On October 3, 2004, Rete a All Music was renamed to All Music and Rete A was confined to history, as well as the channel gets a new logo in favour of a blue circle, with the "ALL MUSIC" (which is italic and uses a typeface called Digital Sans) being added at the center of the circle. This logo is short-lived.
On October 3, 2005, All Music was relaunched with a new look and a new logo that is the "ALL MUSIC" wordmark being stacked and that is coloured black by using a typeface called Impact.
On October 19, 2009, All Music was renamed to Deejay TV in order to boost the poor viewer ratings.
Deejay TV Canale 9
On February 1, 2015, the channel was renamed to Deejay TV Canale 9, by adding "Canale 9" into its name, when the channel is broadcasting on its ninth frequency. However, this logo is short-lived.
Deejay TV NOVE
September 2015–February 2016
On September 9, 2015, the channel was renamed again to Deejay TV NOVE, and "Canale" was dropped from its name, as the channel launched a new look with a restyling graphics package, focussing on the word "NOVE", but this logo is also short-lived.
On February 22, 2016, Deejay TV NOVE was renamed once more and it became Deejay NOVE. With this name change, it adopted a new logo which consists of the word "NOVE" that is coloured turqouise, but notices that the letter "O" is replaced by the Deejay logo that was used from the previous logo.
That logo was first revealed in the autumn of 2015, when the channel had announced that it would be fully adopted by Deejay NOVE from February 22, 2016. Notice that the italian word "nove" is translated in English as "nine", but however, that logo is still short-lived.
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On October 3, 2016, that same year, when Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso's ownership was finished, the channel was simply renamed as NOVE, and it was given a new logo which is a minor update of its same logo, that has the word "NOVE" still retaining its turqouise colour and it also removes the Deejay TV logo away and replacing it with the letter "O" which is now reunited with the three letters that is "N", "V", and "E", but that logo is still also remaining short-lived.
On January 23, 2017, NOVE unveiled a newly modified logo and a new set of idents onto the screen. This time, the logo would now be the word "NOVE" tuning up its turqouise colour as well as the letter "O" are containing an image of a "9" numeral.