Sveriges Radio TV
This was SVT's first logo. It was introduced in the autumn of 1980. It was created by the British graphic designer Sid Sutton. The logo consists of the letters in SVT's name made up of three divided stripes. The stripes were coloured green, red and blue, but the logo was often presented in only one colour.
This logo was introduced on January 15, 2001. It was created by Timothy Wilkinson and Darrell Pockett of English & Pockett.
One disadvantage of the new logo proved to be that the company name was too small and wouldn't be seen at distance. An altered logo was developed by Forsman & Bodenfors and was implemented gradually, starting in early 2006.
As part of the 60th jubilee celebration, a new visual design was introduced November 25, 2016. 
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