This article is about the Spanish TV station operated by Atresmedia. For its sister radio station defunct in 2002, see Antena 3 Radio.
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Antena 3 (Spanish: Antena Tres) is a commercial TV channel in Spain. It is the flagship TV channel of Atresmedia, the largest Spanish private broadcaster, in which the RTL Group holds a ~20% stake. Antena 3 primarily competes with Telecinco. On a larger scale, Antena 3 and LaSexta, along with Mediaset España’s Telecinco and Cuatro, are the four most-watched Spanish commercial TV channels.

Antena 3 was founded on August 15, 1989; test transmissions began on 25 December, and the channel was fully launched on January 25, 1990. It was named after its sister Antena 3 Radio founded in 1982 and defunct in 2004.


Antena 3 Televisión (1990).svg
Designer:  José María Cruz Novillo
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  August 15, 1989 (Test)
January 25, 1990 (Official)

The first logo, and in turn the On-Screen Bug, is formed by a red "A" next to a white "3" (initials of "Antenna 3"). It is the same logo previously used by Antena 3 Radio and designed by José María Cruz Novillo in 1982.


Antena 3 Televisión (1992).svg
Designer:  Giménez del Pueblo
Typography:  Century Condensed SSi
Launched:  September 27, 1992

On September 27, 1992, the corporate image of the channel changed completely, and a new logo designed by José Giménez de Pueblo is released. It consists of a silhouette of an antenna divided into three segments of red, blue and yellow colors; analogy of the Banesto bank that at that time acquired the company and wanted to include its corporate identity in the chain itself. The international channel was launched in 1995 and kept the same identity as the terrestrial channel.


Antena 3 logo.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Century Condensed SSi
Launched:  Unknown

Telefónica acquired Antena 3 Televisión S.A. in 1997; the channel changed its tricolour logo to a 3D version, removing the word Televisión.


Logo antena 3 telefonica.jpg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Century Condensed SSi
Launched:  Unknown

The logo was changed to a blue one with gradients, the same as the Telefónica logo.


Antena3 3d.jpg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Century Condensed SSi
Launched:  Unknown

After Telefónica sold Antena 3 in 2002, the channel returned to its 3D tricolour logo.


Antena 3 new.svg
Designer:  Ostra Delta
Typography:  Trebuchet MS
Launched:  Unknown

The logo itself became two-dimensional as of 1992 logo with an orange colour for all three segments. The wordmark logo became as the Trebuchet MS font.


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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Gotham
Launched:  Unknown

A slightly modified logo was introduced in 2014 along with a new graphics package. The on-screen typeface is the widely-used Gotham font. The Branding Source


Antena 3 2017.svg
Designer:  Gédéon
Typography:  Isidora
Launched:  May 2, 2017

A new look was introduced on 2 May 2017. It was created by the French motion branding agency Gédéon, which has worked with Atresmedia on several occasions.

Isidora was introduced as a new corporate typeface, and was extended to the news division, Antena 3 Noticias, on 3 September 2018.

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