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Rete 4's first logo consisted of an italicized R, colored in yellow, and a number 4 inside it.
In 1991, the logo was modified, gaining rounded edges and shadows.
Rete 4 got a new look in 1999. It was created by the London-based company English & Pockett. The logo was straightened up and given an orange colour. This is the longest-lived logo of the network.
- Design Week: English & Pockett develop on-air identity
- Youtube: Commercial bumpers 1999-2003 (A)
- Youtube: Commercial bumpers 1999-2003 (B)
Rete 4 got a new logo after 19 years and a new look on September 12th at 18:31 (GMT) during of talk-show Stasera Italia. Mediaset presented the new logo during the presentation of the 2018/2019 season. The new logo drops the R and replaces it with a circle.