FANDOM


Contents

Nueve1960 Nueve1963 Nueve1967 Nueve1969 Nueve1974 Nueve1975 Nueve1980
1960-1963 1963-1967 1967-1969 1969-1974 1974-1980 1975 1980-1981
 
Nueve1981 Nueve1984-1 Nueve 1984-2 Nueve1995 Nueve1998 Azul1999 Azul2001
1981-1984 1984 1984-1995 1995-1998 1998-1999 1999-2001 2001-2002
 
Azul2002 Nueve2002 Nueve2003-1 Nueve2003-2 Nueve2007 Nueve2014 Nueve2017
2002 2002-2003 2003 2003-2007 2007-2014 2014-2017 2017-present


Cadena Argentina de Televisión

1960-1963

Nueve1960

Canal 9 (first era)

1963-1967

Nueve1963

1967-1969

Nueve1967

1969-1974

Nueve1969

1974-1980

Nueve1974

1975

Nueve1975

1980-1981

Nueve1980

1981-1984

Nueve1981

1984

Nueve1984-1

Canal 9 Libertad

1984-1995

Nueve 1984-2

1995-1999

1995-1998

Nueve1995

1998-1999

Nueve1998

Azul Televisión

On 1997, Alejandro Romay sell the channel to the Australian group Prime Media. The channel gets a major rebranding, now as "Azul Televisión".

1999-2001

Azul1999

2001-2002

Azul2001

2002

Azul2002

Canal 9 (second era)

2002-2003

Nueve2002

On 2002, under the new management of Daniel Hadad, the channel reverts its name to the former one, "Canal 9". This logo is commonly known as "la sirena" (the beacon light) because the red part of the logo, a huge box with a white "9", was constantly spinning on screen.

2003

Nueve2003-1

On 2003, the blue box containing "Canal" (Channel) was removed.

2003-2006

Nueve2003-2

2006-2007

Nueve2006

2007-2014

Nueve2007

Now under management of Albavisión, the previous logo was modified: now it's a red number 9 inside a white circle with a red outline. Many variations were made, although those were merely re-renderings of the logo itself.

2007-2009

Canal9logo

2009-2010

Canal9-09

2010-2012

Viejoc9-2010

2012-2014

Logo-canal9Ba-2012

2012-2013

LogoCanalnueve2012-2013

2013-2014

Canal 9 ar

2014-2017

Nueve2014

The color scheme of the logo was inverted: now it's a white 9 inside a red circle (with an ocassional white outline). Same as the previous logo, it received many variations, but just re-renderings.

2014-2015

Logo-Canal-nueve-2014

2015-2016

Logo-canal-92015actal

2016-2017

Canal 9 Argentina 2016

On 2016 the New Logo is Now Flat Because its Used on July 2016

El Nueve

2017–present

Nueve2017

On 2017, the channel rebrands as "El nueve" (stylized as "elnueve"), and adopts a new logo: a red/pink ring that subtly resembles a number 9.