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LU 93 TV Canal 6, better known as El Seis, is an Argentine free television channel affiliated with El Trece that transmits from San Carlos de Bariloche, Río Negro. The channel can be seen throughout the city and in surrounding areas.

Began broadcasting as Canal 3 on June 4, 1966, when the channel was broadcasting on cable television (closed circuit). On May 1, 1978, Canal 3 was then currently renamed Canal 6.

It is owned by Bariloche TV S.A. and operated by Grupo Clarín through Artear.

Canal 3

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Canal 6


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During the advent of color television, the logo consists of a rounded rectangle with a 6-pointed snowflake and the number 6 on the right. Everything is made up of 6 horizontal stripes of green, blue, purple, red, orange, and yellow.


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It is a blue 6 of a different shape with a white border. It has the same snowflake in the center rotating 360 degrees.


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Next is a gray number 6 with the flake in the number hole.


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The logo is modified with a green 6 and, at the bottom of it, the Argentine sun with 6 rays and the 8-pointed snowflake appear.


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The same logo is a blue 6 in a different shape, at the bottom of it the Argentine sun with 5 rays and the 6-pointed snowflake appear.

In 2003, Canal 6 currently belongs to the Artear company (Grupo Clarín).

Canal Seis


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In 2008, like the Buenos Aires version, a new logo is released, a twelve-pointed sun with a central hole in the shape of a circle, with the colors red, orange, yellow, and violet (clockwise); the union of the colors is oblique with respect to the central hole. It is a bit thinner and brighter. Under it said CANAL SEIS.

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El Seis


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In 2011, the logo was restyled by the American company C&G Partners, which created the original isotype of the Tetracolor sun in 1994. The sun becomes a little thicker, with the hole a little smaller and the union of the colors is perpendicular to the hole. Below it says el seis.

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