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== 1994–2001 ==
 
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In 2000, Western International Communications, the owner of CHAN, was sold to [[Canwest Global Communications Corporation|CanWest Global]], which owned the [[Global Television Network]] and [[CKVU-DT|CKVU]]. CanWest chose to affiliate CHAN with Global and sell less-powerful. CKVU. However, in order to honour contractual commitments related to the CTV affiliation, the switch to Global occurred on September 1, 2001, the day when the contract expired. On that day, CHAN retired the ''BCTV'' name and flower logo and became ''Global BC''. CHAN's sister station [[CHEK-DT|CHEK]] also joined the [[E! (Canadian TV system)|CH]] network on that same day. CKVU went independent and was later sold to [[CHUM Limited]].
 
In 2000, Western International Communications, the owner of CHAN, was sold to [[Canwest Global Communications Corporation|CanWest Global]], which owned the [[Global Television Network]] and [[CKVU-DT|CKVU]]. CanWest chose to affiliate CHAN with Global and sell less-powerful. CKVU. However, in order to honour contractual commitments related to the CTV affiliation, the switch to Global occurred on September 1, 2001, the day when the contract expired. On that day, CHAN retired the ''BCTV'' name and flower logo and became ''Global BC''. CHAN's sister station [[CHEK-DT|CHEK]] also joined the [[E! (Canadian TV system)|CH]] network on that same day. CKVU went independent and was later sold to [[CHUM Limited]].
   
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Revision as of 09:06, July 2, 2015

1960–1963

CHAN 1960

1963–1973

CHAN 1963

1973–1994

BCTV 1973

This was the first logo of CHAN as BCTV.

1994–2001

BCTV 1994

2001–2006

Global logo old

In 2000, Western International Communications, the owner of CHAN, was sold to CanWest Global, which owned the Global Television Network and CKVU. CanWest chose to affiliate CHAN with Global and sell less-powerful. CKVU. However, in order to honour contractual commitments related to the CTV affiliation, the switch to Global occurred on September 1, 2001, the day when the contract expired. On that day, CHAN retired the BCTV name and flower logo and became Global BC. CHAN's sister station CHEK also joined the CH network on that same day. CKVU went independent and was later sold to CHUM Limited.

2006–present

Global BC

Global re-branded in 2006.


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