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Teledifusora Bahiense (Logo 1966) Teledifusora Bahiense Color (Logo 1980) 900px-Canal 7 Bahía Blanca (Logo 1989) Canal 7 Bahía Blanca (Logo 2000) Canal Siete Bahía Blanca (Logo 2003) Canal Trece (Logo 2004) El Trece (Logo 2008)
1966-1980 1980-1989 1989-2000 2000-2003 2003-2008 2008-2011 2011-present

LU 81 TV Canal 7 is an open television channel affiliated with El Trece that transmits from Bahía Blanca, in the southwest of the province of Buenos Aires.

It aired in October 1965, although the official opening took place on February 4, 1966.

It is operated by Grupo Clarín through Artear.

Telba (Teledifusora Bahiense)

1966-1980

Teledifusora Bahiense (Logo 1966)

It shows the image of the port of Bahía Blanca in black and white, then the text "TELBA" appears and below it "canal 7".

TBC (Teledifusora Bahiense Color)

1980-1989

Teledifusora Bahiense Color (Logo 1980)

Next are two thick horizontal lines and in the middle a circle opening the lines forming an eye. The acronym TBC (Teledifusora Bahiense Color) is lined with 6 horizontal stripes and underneath is the text "CANAL 7".

Canal 7

1989-2003

1989-2000

900px-Canal 7 Bahía Blanca (Logo 1989)

It is a yellow semicircle composed of 3 pieces and a silver 7 in the center with a horizontal red stripe.

2000-2003

Canal 7 Bahía Blanca (Logo 2000)

The 3 pieces of the semicircle are slightly lighter in size.

Canal Siete (first era)

2003-2008

Canal Siete Bahía Blanca (Logo 2003)

In 2003, Canal 7 currently belongs to the Artear company.

The yellow semicircle becomes a circle with 3 colored parts: the red and orange rings are divided horizontally and a yellow circle appears in the center. Below is the text "CANAL SIETE" in ITC Conduit Hellenic Bold typeface.

2008-2011

Canal Trece (Logo 2004)

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 SIETE.

Canal Siete Bahía Blanca (Logo 2008)

El Siete

2011-2015

El Trece (Logo 2008)

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 it says: el siete until 2015.

Canal Siete (second era)

2015-present

Canal Siete Bahía Blanca (Logo 2015)

Canal Siete Bahía Blanca (Logo 50º aniversario)

50th anniversary logo (2016)


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