When Caracol Televisión was founded in 1969, the logo was used the same as the Caracol Radio logo. This logo was used as a prototype logo.
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 until July 10, 1998 as a privately-owned TV channel.
On July 10, 1998, Caracol Televisión became a privately-owned TV channel. The first logo was introduced on July 10, 1998 and the green sphere was placed in the centre of the logo.
A modification of the 1998 logo was added the blue sphere with a word "TV", who was used in programming and movies.
In May 2003, after the separation of Caracol Televisión and Caracol Radio for the purchase of Caracol Radio by Prisa, Caracol Televisión presented its new logo once again and the sphere changed from green to blue.
In 2007, the logo starts without the word "Television", it is replaced with the slogan "Más cerca de ti".
In Late 2010, this logo became modern.
In Early 2012, this entire logo became blue and it's 2D.
The 2012 logo was placed inside of a blue circle, and it was introduced in late 2015.
In 2017, as part of the rebrand, the 2012 logo was still modified. This logo was used as a corporate logo.
In 2019, as part of the rebrand, the 2017 logo was slighly modified, but the word "Televisión" in a different font.