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1962–1980 1980–1991 1981–1986 1989–1991 1991–1994 1994–2001
1962–1980 1980–1991 1981–1986 1989–1991 1991–1994 1994–2001
2001–2006 2006–2007 2007 2007–2009 2009–2018 2018–present
2001–2006 2006–2007 2007 2007–2009 2009–2018 2018–present

LV 80 TV Canal 10 is a television station that broadcasts from the city of Córdoba. It began its broadcasts on May 11, 1962 as the second television channel in Córdoba. It is currently owned by the Radio and Television Services of the National University of Córdoba (SRT).

Canal 10 (first era)

1962–1980

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The first logo consists of 8 sinuous bars (4 on the left and right) opening space for the number 10 in the center of it.

For static plates, there are 18 winding bars (9 on the left and right). In the center it shows the coat of arms of the National University of Córdoba, above the title "Canal 10" with the legend "LV 80 Canal 10 LW1 Radio Universidad SRT Servicios de Radio y Teledifusión de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba" and below the SRT logo .

In the other version it shows the university shield, the word CANAL 10 with the legend TELEVISORA UNIVERSIDAD DE CÓRDOBA and underneath LV 80.

1980–1991

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On May 1, 1980, the color broadcasts began as did the logo.

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For the static color plate, the sinuous bars take on that tone. In the center it shows the university coat of arms, the "LV·80-TV" license, the title "Canal 10" and underneath "SERVICIOS DE RADIO Y TELEVISIÓN DE LA UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL OF CÓRDOBA".

On the test cards, the colored bars are identical to the winding bars.

1981–1986

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 1981).png

The next logo is a 6-color rainbow (green, blue, purple, red, orange, and yellow). To the right of it, it bears the number 10 in white with the text "LV 80-TV Canal 10" underneath.

1986–1991

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The sinuous bars logo is made up of 6 colors: green, blue, purple, red, orange and yellow. The number 10 is silver with a shiny reflection. It was present on advertising plates until 1991.

Televisión 10 / Televis10n

1989–1991

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The number 10 is silver with 3 RGB bars surrounding the number 0. The word TELEVIS and the letter N are golden to be called "TELEVIS10N" or "Televisión 10".

1991–1994

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It is a white number 10 with 3 RGB bars surrounding 0 to the right, similar to the previous one eliminating TELEVIS and the N.

TV10

1994–2001

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On May 1994, during the move to the new studios, the logo was the acronym tv10. In the hole of number 0 there is an RGB circle in the center.

Canal 10 (Second era)

2001–2006

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2002).png

On December 19, 2001, A logo similar to that of 1962 but with some modifications: the 3 sinuous bars are light blue incorporating the text "CANAL10" in Futura, after recovering its original name.

2006–2007

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2006).png

The same logo is enclosed in a blue and black rectangle with the text "CANAL 10" accompanying the 3 sinuous bars on the right.

2007

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2007).png

The logo is modified: The rectangle is rounded with turquoise and black in the background. The number 10 has a new typeface.

2007–2009

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2008).png

The light blue rectangle with blue background is made short and the word "CANAL" is removed.

2009–2018

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2009).png

On April 14, 2009, it is a blue rounded rectangle with a 3D gray border and the number 10 is white with yellow in the 0 hole. The word "CANAL" in blue appears on the left.

2009–2012

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo Horizontal - 2009).png

2015–2018

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2015).png

The logo itself takes on a slightly intense look.

2018–present

Canal 10 Córdoba (Logo 2018).png

On June 1, 2018, it changes its corporate image similar to that of 1989. The blue number 10 is enclosed within the ring of the same color. carries the word "canal" to the left in lowercase.

For the HD version, the number 10 becomes that acronym.

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