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Contents

Tvn1969oficial Tvn1978oficial Tvn 1984 Logo TVN 1984 Logo TVN 1986 Tvn1986oficial
1969-1978 1978-1984 1984 1984-1986 1986-1988 1986-1990
 
TVN1990oficial1 Tvn1990oficial2 Tvn1993oficial Tvn1996oficial TVN 2004 TVN 2016
1990 1990-1993 1993-1996 1996-2004 2004–2016 2016–present


1969–1984

1969–1978

Tvn1969oficial

The first logo of TVN, introduced in 1969. It consisted of a slanted, stylized "TV" with a smaller, slanted "CHILE" placed above the "V". A tricolored tv-tube-shaped border surrounds the "TV".

1978–1984

Tvn1978oficial

With the advent of color TV in chile, TVN started using this logo in 1978,. Despite sharing the same design as the 1969 logo, the colors changed from gray to blue and red to reflect the colors of the chilean flag.

1984–1988

1984

Tvn 1984

A new logo for TVN was introduced in 1984. It was radically different from the previous two logos, since it consisted of a blue-white-red ribbon that formed a stylized, slanted N.

Tvn1984-0

an ident of 1984-1986

1984–1986

Logo TVN 1984

1986–1988

Logo TVN 1986

in 1986 this logo is modified and used in conjunction with the logo of 1986 - 1990 ( this logo was only used in bumpers and commercials)

1986–1990

1986–1990

Tvn1986oficial

In 1986, TVN replaced its 1984 logo with a new rendition of the 1978 logo. It design was similar to that of the 1978 logo, albeit refined. in 1986 this logo was secondary until 1988 And was used until 1991 on posters, commercial and presentations

1990

TVN1990oficial1

To commemorate the return of democracy in 1990, TVN changed slightly its logo, replacing the tricolor border with a similarly-shaped, rainbow-colored border to reflect the emblem of the Concertacion de Partidos por la Democracia, the party that won the 1988 plebiscite.

1990–2004

1990–1993

Tvn1990oficial2

Later in 1990, TVN changed its logo again. This time, the slanted, stylized "TV" of the previous logo was kept and redrawn, while the smaller "CHILE" was replaced by a blue-white-red band. The border that surrounded the previous logo was removed in this design.

TV Chile (1990-1993, poster)

Original version used on posters

1993–1996

Tvn1993oficial

In 1993, TVN introduced this logo which was similar in design to the previous logo, albeit slightly redrawn.

1996–2004

Tvn1996oficial

TVN introduced a new logo in 1996. This time, this logo was similar in design to the previous two logos, but now with two major differences: the addition of a slanted N, and the T being split in two.

2004–present

2004–2016

TVN 2004

In 2004, TVN featured a new logo with a different design: a red square with a white stylized unicase "TVn" inside said square.

2016–present

TVN 2016

In 2016, TVN modified its logo, with 3 of the corners of the square being rounded.

TVN wordmark

Alternate version featuring just the wordmark, used in some of the channel's services, like TVN Play.


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