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1981–1983 (pre-launch) 1983–1992 1992–1998 1997–1998 1998–1999
1981–1983 (pre-launch) 1983–1992 1992–1998 1997–1998 1998–1999
1999–2001 2001–2002 2002–2005 2005–2008 2008–2012
1999–2001 2001–2002 2002–2005 2005–2008 2008–2012
2012–2014 2014–2016 2016–2017 2017–2018 2018–present
2012–2014 2014–2016 2016–2017 2017–2018 2018–present

Andina de Radiodifusión S.A.C., also known as Andina de Televisión or by its acronym ATV, it is a Peruvian television channel, replacing Canal 9 TV El Sol, which aired between 1959 and 1971.

It began its transmissions by test signal on May 25, 1981 to officially begin its transmissions amid high expectation on April 18, 1983.

Since 2001 it has been owned by the Grupo ATV, a media sub-conglomerate owned by Albavisión.

Canal 9

1981–1983 (pre-launch)

Canal 9 1981 (pre-lanzamiento).svg

This logo was used in channel test broadcasts in 1981.

1983–1992

Canal 9 (Perú).svg

This logo, used from its launch until 1992, is a 9 in Bauhaus Black typeface formed by a gold ingot on top of a diamond-edged blue screen and underneath, the word Canal 9 in ITC Grouch typeface.

Occasionally only the 9 isotype was used with the screen.

ATV

1992–1998

ATV 1992.svg

On January 14, 1992, after the arrival of satellite TV, Canal 9 changed its name to Andina de Televisión. The logo is the acronym ATV with the appearance of a gold ingot used in the stage Canal 9. The logo appears to have a resemblance to the logo that the unrelated Russian network was using at the time.

1997–1998

ATV 1997 1.svg

In this version, a gold ring with the station's corporate name is added behind the logo in the form of gold bars.

1998–2005

1998–2001

ATV 1998.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Square ATV

On April 18, 1998, the channel's 15th anniversary day, ATV changed its image to one more recognizable to the public. The logo consists of a square formed by halves of ellipses in the shape of a road in green, blue, red and yellow and above it, the word ATV linked in lines with rounded white edges. The logo was created by MediaKit, a design company linked to Albavisión, who will later become the owner in 2001.

In the first version, the logo was in a semi-3D look and below the logo, the word ANDINA TELEVISION in a Helvetica family of fonts.

1999–2001

ATV 1999.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Square ATV

In 1999, the logo became a whole 3D. In 2000, the text that accompanied it until then is eliminated.

2001–2002

ATV 2001.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Square ATV

With the purchase of the channel from Albavisión in 2001, the logo uses three copies of the 1999 design that rotate and form a triangle. It was created to compete with the logo of Panamericana Televisión, which had a similar design on its idents.

2002–2005

ATV 2002.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Square ATV

In December 2002, the logo eliminates the two copies behind it, being as a separate element, and also, it is slanted in perspective.

2005–2014

2005–2008

ATV 2005.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Glass square ATV

In November 2005, the logo is straightened again, the white lined text is larger, and the look of the square is perfected. In the first design, the square has more saturated colors and the text has a transparent shadow, as if it were made of glass.

2008–2012

ATV 2008.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Plastic square ATV

In 2008, the logo loses the appearance of glass, changing instead to a plastic appearance.

2012–2014

ATV 2012.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom
Also known as:  Realistic square ATV

In 2012, the square with text is now very realistic glass.

2014–2016

ATV 2014.svg

In 2014, the square changed to a Frisbee disk appearance and returned to its plastic shape, and the text was thicker and larger.

2016–2018

2016–2017

ATV 2016.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom

In February 2016, the logo lost the colored square for the first time in almost 20 years, keeping the acronym now in blue. The first design resembles the part of the acronym used in 2014.

2017–2018

ATV 2017.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom

In 2017, the thickness of the acronym is reduced, making it resemble the first design of the acronym in 1998.

2018–present

ATV 2018.svg
Designer:  MediaKit
Typography:  Custom

On April 1, 2018, the logo was modified to its current version. The acronym of the channel (ATV) is now italicised in the form of a folded ribbon (similar to the old logo of the supermarket chain Metro) with some more pointed edges and a lighter shade of blue.

Canal 9 TV El Sol
ATV
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