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Ortf FR3 1975 RFO-1982 800px-Logo RFO 1990.svg 589px-Logo RFO 1999.svg
1964–1975 1975–1982 1982–1990 1990–1999 1999–2005
 
RFO logo promotionnel 2004.svg 799px-RFO2005.svg 799px-RFO2008.svg France 1ère logo France 1 2018
2004 (promotions) 2005–2008 2008–2010 2010–2018 2018–present


ORTF

1964–1975

Ortf
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FR3 DOM-TOM

1975–1982

FR3 1975
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Radio-Télévision Française d'Outre-mer

1982–1990

RFO-1982

Réseau France Outre-mer

1990–1999

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1999–2005

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The RFO logo was updated in 1999. The new logo was created by Dragon Rouge.[1]

2004 (promotions)

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2005–2008

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2008–2010


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Réseau Outre-mer 1ère

2010–2018

France 1ère logo

On October 12, 2010, it was announced that the nine RFO channels would be renamed to incorporate the name "1ère". For example Télé Guadeloupe would become Guadeloupe 1ère. The channels got new yellow logos with a white 1 numeral, similar to the ones used by their sister channels in the French mainland. This was done in anticipation of the launch of digital terrestrial television in the overseas areas on November 30.

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La 1ère

2018–present

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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. With this, Réseau Outre-Mer 1ère had its name shortened to La 1ère and France Ô's logo colour was changed to bring it closer with the La 1ère brand.