|1983–1992||1992–1998||February–November 1997||November 1997–January 1998||January–April 1998||April 1998–1999|
On January 14, 1992, after the arrival of satellite TV, Canal 9 changed its name to Andina de Televisión. The logo appears to have a resemblance to the logo that the unrelated Russian network was using at the time.
November 1997–January 1998
On April 18, 1998, the 15th anniversary of the channel, ATV changed its logo.
In November 2005, the logo was modified, becoming straight again.
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.
Grupo Clarín | Unitel | Red Uno | Band | Chilevisión | Mega | Canal 13 | TVN Chile | RCN | Caracol | Teletica | Teleamazonas | Canal Uno | Telecorporación Salvadoreña | Televisa | TV Azteca | Grupo Imagen | Grupo SIPSE | TVN (Panama) | Telemetro | Latina | Panamericana | América | ATV | TV Perú | Venevisión | Univision Communications | Telemundo | Prisa | Grupo Radiorama | DirecTV Latin America | DirecTV Sports | DirecTV Sports 2 | DirecTV Sports + | OnDirecTV | Ve Plus | Ve Plus USA
Bolivisión | Telecanal | La Red (HD) | Repretel (4 | 6 | 11) | RTS | TVC | TUTV | Canal 12 (El Salvador) | ChapínTV (3 | 7 | 11 | 13) | VTV (Honduras) | TV12 (Honduras) | Telered 21 | Ratensa (2 | 9 | 10 | 11) | SNT (Paravisión | C9N) | Grupo ATV (ATV | Global | LaTele | ATV+ | ATV Norte | ATV Sur) | Antena 7 | Antena 21