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Canal 1, formerly known as HJTV-2, HJRN-TV, Televisora Nacional de Colombia, Canal Nacional, Primera Cadena, Primera Cadena Color, Cadena 1, Cadena Uno and Canal Uno is a Colombian television channel of varied programming founded on June 13, 1954 (Public channel) and August 14, 2017 (Private channel) and is owned by Plural Comunicaciones, and the Gobierno de Colombia.
HJTV-2 / HJRN-TV
The channel's logo represents the Colombian coat of arms.
Televisora Nacional de Colombia
The text on the logotype was changed to a sans-serif font.
Inravisión Canal Nacional (1963-1972); Inravisión Primera Cadena (1972-1979)
In 1963, the "Coat of Arms" logo was changed. Back then, the channel shared its logo with its parent company, Inravisión.
Inravisión Primera Cadena Color
Due to the rise of color television in Colombia, the logo representing the network was blue with the Inravisión logo in orange.
Inravisión Cadena 1
In 1984, Inravisión changed its logo, with its channels adopting the same one, albeit with the company's name being changed to the channel's name (in this case, Cadena 1).
In 1987, all of Inravisión's channels adopted a new logo consisting of a shape behind the channel number. In the case for Cadena 1, it was a blue triangle behind a yellow number.
The channel's logo was again changed to the Inravisión logo, albeit flat and with lines and circle purple, with the number 1 to the right of it (in a blue-purple) gradient.
Inravisión Cadena Uno
In 1992 due to the new programming of the semipublic channels, Cadena 1 became known as Cadena Uno (with the number as a word instead of a digit). The logo included an adaptable slogan, having different text depending on the context: below, are Uno tiene su corazoncito and Uno tiene opinión.
In 1995, the logo was changed again. The Uno became capitalized and in a Sans-serif font. Borders would also appear in red, yellow and blue. A orange ball occupies the hole in the "O". Just like with the previous logo, the slogan could be adapted to have different variants depending on the context, with the base one being Lo mejor es de Uno.
On New Year's Day 1998, Cadena Uno became known as Canal Uno with a new logo design and new graphics. The sans-serif letters were completely changed to a circle with a 1 cut of it. The 1 had a line to the right of it. Below, it had the text Canal Uno. Sometimes, the cut parts would have a white background, while other times it was completely transparent.
The number 1 is now over a red circle, with another circle making orbit. Above, the text "Canal" in curved shape. In 2011, the orbit was removed and the text Canal is placed to the left without distortions.
The number 1 returned to be an orange word (in small letters), although the digit is still highlighted in blue. Below, and also in blue, is the word CANAL.
A HD version was launched on May 24, 2015 on DTT.
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In 2017, a new logo was introduced as part of the channel's new direction to become yet another alternative to the private channels. The new logo was a rounded triangle pointing to the top-left. The 1 was cut in the bottom-right side. The triangle had various colors, which were (clockwise, from the bottom): yellow, orange, red and purple.
TV stations in Colombia
TV stations in Colombia (TDT)
|Bogotá & Cundinamarca|
Medellin & Antioquia
Cali, Valle del Cauca & Chocó
Ibagué & Tolima
Northern Santander & Santander
Atlántico, Cesar, Córdoba & Sucre