This logo was used when the channel was a local television station in Bandar Lampung.
On March 1, 1993, ANteve was launched as a Jakarta-based national television station for teenagers and young adults.
On February 1, 1994, the logo was modified after moving its studios to Jakarta.
On March 1, 2003, ANteve received an overhauled look for the first time in 10 years, and it started to being written as antv.
This logo was launched on April 30, 2006, shortly after STAR TV bought 20% of shares on antv.
On September 20, 2009, as Star TV sold its stake to Viva, ANTV received a new look based on its former Star-branded logo. The yellow stroke was added under the red rectangle, as well as the wordmark now shown in white.
antv started using this logo during the Ramadan season on July 20, 2012.
On March 17, 2013, a batik motif was superimposed on the 2012 logo.
In March 2018, the 2009 logo was slightly modified as the yellow shade was removed. It is currently used as a corporate and an on-air logo; first appearing on their website and had officialy uses as a corporate logo since January 1, 2017, and eventually as an on-air logo since March 25, 2018.
Notes: 1Sold to China Media Capital. 2Rebranded from Star to Fox channels in 2017. Now owned by Fox Networks Group. 3Formerly a joint-venture with Viacom but ended in 1994. MTV Southeast Asia later relaunched in 1995. 4Sold to Visi Media Asia, which had owned 80% of the channel (Star formerly owned 20%). 5Relaunched as Pinoy Box Office.