"Channel Ten" and "Ten" redirect here.
- For the Sydney television station owned by Network Ten, see TEN.
- For the Melbourne television station owned by Network Ten, see ATV.
- For the Brisbane television station owned by Network Ten, see TVQ.
- For the Adelaide television station owned by Network Ten, see ADS.
- For the Perth television station owned by Network Ten, see NEW.
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Independent Television System
From 1965 to 1970, Network Ten was known as the Independent Television System. The logo is similar to the then-West German television network Deutsches Fernsehen.
In 1967, ITS became the first network in Australia to air in colour.
The 0/10 Network
In 1970, the network was renamed The 0/10 Network to reflect the names of the first two stations in the group, ATV0 in Melbourne and TEN10 in Sydney.
On 20 January 1980, regional station GLV-10 moved to channel 8, thus allowing ATV Melbourne to change frequencies from 0 to 10. This logo was used to signify the new channel.
This logo was used by SAS-10 in Adelaide for a brief period between 1983 and October 1984.
Network Ten (first era)
Kicking off three years of some upheaval for Network Ten, on 24 January 1988 ATV-10, ADS-10 and TEN-10 all adopted the "X TEN" Roman-numeral logo, followed by NEW-10 in Perth when it began transmission on 20 May, then TVQ-0 which adopted the logo on 10 September when it changed frequency and became TVQ-10.
10 TV Australia
On 23 July 1989, Network Ten (X TEN) rebranded again to "10 TV Australia" at 7:30pm.
Used between 23 July 1989 and late 1990, the first variant featured the city’s name at the bottom (example: 10 TV AUSTRALIA BRISBANE used by TVQ). Used between late 1990 and 12 January 1991, the second variant featured the only number 10 and the map of Australia.
Network Ten (second era)
On 13 January 1991, in conjunction with their "The Entertainment Network" promo, all Ten stations were rebranded to the first version of the current Ten logo, which consisted of a blue circle enclosed in a grey ring, with "ten" written in the centre of the circle in lower case, yellow text.
When Ten relaunched its graphics to the "Electric" style on 1 October 1999, the ring changed to yellow.
This glossy variant of the 1999 logo was launched in early 2008, and was used until June 2013.
The current variation of the logo was introduced on 22 June 2013, removing the yellow accent from the ring and lettering, replacing it with light blue and white.
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