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Australian Television Network

1963–1968

Seven Network

1968–1970

This logo was used by Seven's Sydney station ATN-7 from 1968-70. This logo was from the 'Circle 7' design used by many ABC affiliates in the U.S.

1970–1975

The first logo used across the network consisted of the number 7 inside a ring.

1975–1989

On March 1, 1975, colour television was introduced across the network (in 8 years of distance from Network Ten's color programming launch), along with a new logo which incorporated a bright ring of the colours of the visual spectrum.

1989–1999

Along with the recently renamed Seven Network came a new logo with the circle modified to incorporate the 7.

2000–2003

Seven Network 2000

In January 2000, Seven did away with the circle logo and launched their new ribbon logo which in effect was two angled trapezoids.

2003–2017

Seven logo

In September 2003, the ribbon logo was simplified and became solid red.

2017-present

Seven network 2017 logo

On October 22, 2017, Seven changed their logo slightly. The logo change was part of a £100 million acquisition of the network by DHX Media completed in September. Template:FreeTV Australia

DHX Media
Television production

WildBrain Entertainment | DHX Media UK (Talkback | Thames | Boundless | Retort | Newman Street) | Ragdoll Worldwide1 | Nerd Corps Entertainment | Epitome Pictures | Spring | 495 Productions


Film production
DHX Motion Picture Group (STX | Picturehouse | Decode) | Meridian Pictures | DHX International


DHX Television
Family Channel | Family CHRGD | Family Jr. | Télémagino

Cinemax
Cinemax (HD | Go) | MoreMax | 5StarMax | ActionMax | Cinemáx | MovieMax | OuterMax | ThrillerMax

UKTV
Alibi | Dave | Drama | Eden | Gold | Good Food | Home | Really | W | Yesterday

Seven Network Australia
Seven Network (HD) | 7Two | 7mate | 7flix | Racing Live


Other
UKTV Play | Plus7 | Copyright Promotions Licencing Group | DHX Brands | Yahoo72 | Australian News Channel3 (Sky News Australia | Sky News Business Channel | Sky News Weather Channel) | Presto | DHX VR and Immersive Entertainment (DHX Surreal)


Predecessors
Halifax Film Company | Decode Entertainment | DIC Entertainment | Cookie Jar Group | FremantleMedia | STX Entertainment | Seven West Media


Defunct
Cookie Jar TV | Cookie Jar Toons | Studio B Productions | FilmFair | Coliseum Entertainment | FremantleMedia North America | FremantleMedia North America | All American Television | Alomo Productions | Crackerjack Productions | Grundy Television (Reg Grundy Productions) | LBS Communications, Inc. (Others) | Mark Goodson Productions (Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions) | Fremantle International | Pearson Television | Reeves Entertainment | Talkback Thames | Carruthers Company | Scotti-Vinnedge Television | Alomo Productions | LBS Communications, Inc. | UKTV Bright Ideas | Play UK | UK Horizons


Notes
1Co-owned with BBC Worldwide
2Joint venture with Yahoo!
3Joint venture with Nine Entertainment Co.
4Joint venture with Foxtel

DHX Media logo

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