Caracol Televisión, also known as Caracol TV or in a simplified manner as Caracol, is a Colombian private television channel of varied programming founded on August 28, 1969 (Programmer) and July 10, 1998 (Private channel) and is owned by Caracol Medios, a division of the Valorem.
When Caracol Televisión was founded in August 1969, the logo was used the same as the Caracol Radio logo. This logo was used as a prototype logo.
Caracol Televisión introduced a new logo in 1969 under the name "Caracol Radio T.V.". It started a new logo until 1981.
In 1969, the logo was introduced as a programmer.
In 1979, the entire logo became red.
In 1981, a wordmark was added to the 1969 logo.
In 1984, a snail shell was added to the logo.
Caracol Televisión introduced a new logo in 1987 with the snail shell being redesigned and the famous wordmark being introduced. The tagline was Caracol: Mas Compania. This logo was used until July 10, 1998 when the company launched its privately-owned TV channel.
1998-2003 (Canal Caracol)
In June 1998, Caracol Televisión was converted into a privately-owned TV channel and became known as Canal Caracol. The first logo was introduced on July 10, 1998 and the green sphere was placed in the centre of the logo.
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