Eén (Dutch for one) is the flagship TV channel of VRT, the Dutch-language public broadcaster of Belgium. It was known as TV1 from 1997 until 2005, when it adopted its current name; from 2005 to 2019 it was stylised in lowercase as één. (The lowercase word één contains two acute accents, but Eén, with E in uppercase, has only one.)
Unlike most other European public broadcasters, VRT does not have a uniform logo scheme or identity for its TV channels.
Times New Roman (Digit "1") Franklin Gothic (on-screen typeface)
In September 1997, TV1 got a new look designed by Lambie-Nairn (also designed the Canvas and Ketnet's logos). The new logo was a sun, "a universal symbol of warmth capable of a variety of entertaining executions".
On September 1, 2001, TV1 was rebranded, and the numeral had a small change, but the sun was kept. It also had seasonal idents for autumn, winter, spring and summer. In March 2002, the graphics went widescreen. This logo was used until January 20, 2005.
The circles were abandoned on 2 February 2009, when a new logo and design was unveiled. The new-look focuses on the logo, which is now a glowing white sphere. The French bureau Gédéon was behind the new design.
VRT rebranded its three TV channels—Eén, Canvas and Ketnet—on 31 August 2015 with different looks for each. Eén got a new logo, graphics package and slogan (Bij Eén zit je goed; This One’s so good). The Bariol font is used in on-screen typography. Along with Canvas, Eén's new logo and graphics were designed by Why Not Associates.
Proxima Nova (on-screen typeface)
A new logo and graphics package was introduced on 2 September 2019, almost exactly four years after the previous rebrand. For the first time since 2005, the numeral 1 is used in the logo instead of an één wordmark. The new look was designed by Hello Charlie. The Bariol font used previously was replaced by the popular Proxima Nova font (which was also used by Het Journaal from 2016 until 2018).