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1953–1960 1960–1977 1977–1982 1982–1988 1988–1990 1990–1995
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1995–1997 1997–2005 2005–2009 2009–2015 2015–2019 2019–present
1995–1997 1997–2005 2005–2009 2009–2015 2015–2019 2019–present

Eén (Dutch for one) is the flagship TV channel of VRT, the Dutch-language public broadcaster of Belgium. It was known as TV1 from1997 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.

NIR

1953–1960

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BRT

1960–1977

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BRT TV1

1977–1982

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1982–1988

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1988–1990

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1990–1995

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BRTN TV1

1995–1997

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TV1

1997–2005

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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".

Eén

2005–2009

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On 21 January 2005, TV1 was rebranded and became "één". The new look was created by BBC Broadcast.[1]

A new look was introduced on New Year's Day 2007. This look was developed in-house at VRT.[2][3]

In the spring of 2009, Eén HD was launched. It made test transmissions one year earlier with the Tour de France and 2008 Olympic Games.

2009–2015

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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.[4][5][6]

2015–2019

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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.[7][8] Along with Canvas, Eén's new logo and graphics were designed by Why Not Associates.

2019–present

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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.[9] [10] [11] The Bariol font used previously was replaced by the popular Proxima Nova font (which was also used by Het Journaal from 2016 until 2018).


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