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FESTIVAL 1996 FESTIVAL 1998 Festival logo France 4 logo
1996–1998 1998–2000 2000–2005 2005–2008
 
France 4 logo 2008 France4-2011.svg France 4 2014 France 4 2018 (icon)
2008–present 2011-2014 2014–2018 2018–present


Festival

1996–1998

FESTIVAL 1996


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1998–2000

FESTIVAL 1998


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2000–2005

Festival logo

France 4

2005–2008

France 4 logo

During 2001, when France was considering launching digital terrestrial television under socialist rule, proposals were drafted to give the public broadcaster France Télévision three new digital television channels. Meanwhile, the political powers changed to a conservative government who were less favourable to public television. The result was that six digital channels would be given to public broadcasters, with the existing broadcasters and a parliamentary channel occupying five of the slots, leaving only one new channel for France Télévisions.

As there is no new funding added, a proposal to launch Festival on digital terrestrial television is made. They eventually settle on the name France 4, as the broadcasters exsiting channels were called France 2, France 3 and France 5.

Festival is renamed France 4 and launches on digital terrestrial television on March 31, 2005.

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2008–2018

France 4 logo 2008

2011–2014

France4-2011.svg

2014–2018

France 4 2014

On March 31, 2014, France 4 reverted to the 2008 logo, but, during the date between 2008 and 2011, this logo was used as the secondary logo. However, this logo was made official in 2014 but it left the "france" wordmark unlike other four channels.

2018-present

France 4 2018

On January 28th 2018, France Télévisions introduced a new look for all of its services for the first time since 2002. This new look was designed by Paris-based agency Movement, who also designed the branding package for Franceinfo.

France 4 2018 (icon)

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