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1993–1998 1998–2008 2008–present
1993–1998 1998–2008 2008–present

Canal 21 is the seventh-oldest television channel of El Salvador, founded on March 1, 1993 by Óscar Antonio Safie. The channel is owned by Grupo Megavisión with two sister channels.


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The channel was inspired to the Chilean Megavisión using three diagonal stripes of red, green and blue in the rounded rectangle as a television screen. The word Canal was on the left to three color bars. and the number 21 was on the blue stripe. Sometimes, a number was yellow with a shadow but no "Canal" word.


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By 1998 for one decade, the logo was presented using a broken circle, simulating a painting with three colors, as the number 21.


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In 2008, Canal 21 launched a new logo retiring the three colors from the two previous logos, and leaving with a blue number 21, a thin light blue crescent with a red circle placed on it.