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ITS 1965-70 0-10 Network 400px-TEN1980.svg Ten 1983-88 Ten 1988-89
1965–1970 1970–1980 1980–1984 1983–1988 1988–1989
 
Ten 1989-91 Ten 1991-99 NetworkTen Ten 2008- Ten 2013-
1989–1991 1991–1999 1999–2007 2008–2013 2013–present


Independent Television System

1965–1970

ITS 1965-70

From 1965 to 1970, Network Ten was known as the Independent Television System.

In 1967, ITS became the first network in Australia to air in color.

The 0/10 Network

1970–1980

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.

Network Ten (First era)

1980–1983

400px-TEN1980.svg

This logo was first used by ATV Melbourne to signify the change of frequencies from 0 to 10 in 1980. It was also used for a brief period by SAS10 Adelaide from 1983-84.

1983–1988

Ten 1983-88

This logo was used by Ten Sydney from 1983-88 followed by Ten Melbourne and Ten Adelaide from 1984-88. This logo was similar to the new logo adopted by TVQ-0 in April 1983 when it was rebranded as 'TV0'.

1988–1989

Ten 1988-89

Used by TEN-10, ADS-10 and ATV-10 from January 24, 1988 to July 23, 1989. NEW-10 followed suit on May 20 when transmission began in Perth. TVQ-0 started using this logo on September 1 during a series of late-night test transmissions in the lead-up to September 10 when they changed frequencies from 0 to 10.

10 TV Australia

1989–1991

Ten 1989-91

This logo was used across the network from July 23, 1989 to January 13, 1991 in an attempt to lift declining ratings.

Network Ten (Second era)

1991–1999

Ten 1991-99

Introduced on January 13, 1991; this is the first version of the long-running 'ten' logo. Originally, the letters stood for 'The Entertainment Network'.

1999–2008

NetworkTen

This new blue-and-yellow logo was launched in late 1999 when Ten began using their "Electric" station idents and used until early 2008.

2008–2013

Ten 2008-

This glossy logo was launched in early 2008, and was used until June 2013.

2013–present

Ten 2013-

On 22 June 2013, Network Ten replaced the yellow rim and text with white and recoloured the blue core to a lighter shade.

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