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1999-2003

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TV8 LOGO

2003-2014

2003-2009

TV8 Turkey

2009-2013

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2013-2014

Tv8 logosu
In September 2013, TV8 Turkey introduced a new logo which changes the number 8's color from red into orange. However, this logo is the last logo to have the dimensional number 8 in a silver-ball, but this logo is short-lived because it remains a short use for 12 months.

On September 1, 2014, just before returning to The Voice Kids Turkey, TV8 Turkey's 2013 logo was forcibly discontinued and withdrawn as it disappears without a trace for good and is replaced by a new TV8 Turkey logo which does not feature the dimensional number 8 in a silver-ball but instead a silver-glassed reconnecting number 8 which are made up of metal and glass.

2014-present

2014-2016

Tv8 Yeni Logo
In September 2014, TV8 Turkey discontinued the 2013 identity and introduced a new logo which does not have the dimensional number 8 in a silver-ball anymore, but is now instead a silver-glassed reconnecting number 8 which are made up of metal and glass. The new logo was launched on-air on September 1, 2014, to coincide its new season including a new slogan: #Beraberiz. The new logo was created by TV8 Turkey's in-house team with the help of Bruce Dunlop & Associates.

2016-present

TV8 Logo 2016-0

On September 1, 2016, TV8 Turkey were rebranded again and introduced yet another new logo. Its rival TV3 Norway got a new flat dimensional logo that same day.

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