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TV Bandeirantes/Rede Bandeirantes
During 1988, Bandeirantes unveiled a new logo that was used during a short period of time. It is believed this logo was unveiled as a part of the Verão Vivo campaign in late 1987 to early 1988.
In 1989, Rede Bandeirantes was at the same time, they introduced a new design to their logo, a design that would be used for over 30 years. The logo shares a similar design to the CBS logo. In 1993, Bandeirantes' name was shortened to Band.
In 2002, Band received a major change to their logo which would be used for another 16 years. The colors were changed, dropping the red and black colors and replacing them with 2 of the colors of the Brazilian flag, which are yellow and green. Starting in 2005, this was used as a flat logo and it still used on some idents until 2018.
In 2010 (until 2018), Band received a major change to their logo, making the logo more glossier and shinier. The green part is now emerald/green and the yellow part is now gold/yellow. and the texture are similar from Rede Globo logo 2008 (until 2014)
In 2018, Band recevied a modified logo with the eye and the wordmark being coloured silver. They kept the same wordmark used since 2012.
1Available only outside of Brazil, in Paraguay, United States, Angola, Mozambique and Argentina.
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