LV 86 TV Canal 13 is an open television network that transmits from Río Cuarto, in the south of the Province of Córdoba. It began broadcasting on August 15, 1964 and is currently owned by Imperio TV S.A ..
On August 15, 1964, Canal 2 was born. It was a closed-circuit signal until 1978.
In 1978, Canal 2 becomes LV 86 TV Canal 13 currently as an open signal.
In 1990, the logo was made up of three red, green and blue diamonds holding together.
... or sometimes the word "Canal 13 Televisión Abierta" is on the right.
In 1999, the word "Canal" has a new Myriad typeface while the number "13" was present with the previous typeface. Beneath it is a wide, rainbow-colored rectangle that reads "televisión abierta."
... or sometimes the logo of the three RGB diamonds become gradients and in 3D that were maintained until 2008.
Since 2008, a new logo consisting of a three-thirds circle in the colors of the three diamonds bears the number "13" in the center.
... or sometimes they have the words "CANAL" and underneath "TELEVISIÓN ABIERTA · RÍO CUARTO" to the left (which was maintained until 2009) or below (which is maintained from 2009 to the present).
In 2010, the logo was made gradient.
In 2014, the logo becomes a bit darker, like Canal 29 HD and Telediario Televisión.
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