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For the new subscription channel owned by Viacom, see MTV (Brazil).
For the new TV channel that replaced by this on free-to-air television, see Ideal TV.

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MTV logo MtvBR1995-1999 Logo MTV Brasil (1999-2005) Logo MTV Brasil (2006-2007) Logo MTV Brasil (2007-2012) MTV Logo 2010
1990–1995 1995–1999 1999–2005 2006–2007 2007–2012 2012–2013


1990–1995

MTV logo

In 1990, Grupo Abril signed an licensing of the MTV brand with MTV Networks, subsidiary of Viacom. MTV Brasil started free-to-air broadcasts in October 20, 1990. The Brazilian version of MTV used the same IDs from the U.S. channel.

1995–1999

MtvBR1995-1999

Consolidated as an national network, MTV Brasil added Brazil's flag in the logo for some uses in 1995. In IDs, the logo was adapted for each ID.

1999–2005

Logo MTV Brasil (1999-2005)

At the end of the 1990's, MTV Brasil added an circle on the logo, with the green and yellow colors.

2006–2007

Logo MTV Brasil (2006-2007)

In 2006, MTV Brasil modified the original MTV logo for use in their programming. In this version, the 3D M of the MTV logo was modified to an 2D adapted version.

2007–2012

Logo MTV Brasil (2007-2012)

In 2007, “Music Television” was dropped from the logo.

2012–2013

MTV Logo 2010

In 16 February 2012, MTV Brasil adopted the logo and IDs of MTV International.

In 30 September 2013, Grupo Abril returns the rights of the MTV brand on Brazil to Viacom. In the next day, MTV Brasil becomes a new subscription television channel, full-owned by Viacom. In the same day, the free-to-air network of the current MTV Brasil is replaced by Ideal TV.

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