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The first Córdoba-based station was LU1-H TV Canal 13, which was launched on April 18, 1960.
It's logo shows the image of an aboriginal person enclosed in a white circle, above it appearing the text "LU1H" (Channel 13's previous call signal), and below, the word "CÓRDOBA" in a Greek-inspired typeface.
On October 10, 1963, LU1-H TV Canal 13 was renamed to LV 81 TV Canal 12 and introduced it's most iconic logo, featuring a large stylised spiral with the number 12 in serif typeface.
On May 1, 1980, the station began regular colour broadcasts and a yellow version of the logo as been used since then.
On July 17, 2000, Canal 12 became the property of Artear.
To match with the branding of Canal Trece at the time, the old spiral was changed to an orange-gold whirlpool, the digit 12 was removed and changed to "canal doce" in lowercase Trade Gothic italics.
In 2002, the whirlpool became orange, the name "CANAL DOCE" is of the same typeface, while the letters "a" and "e" are lowercase and the rest of the others in uppercase lowercase (CaNaL DOCe).
In 2005, the name "CANAL DOCE" appears in ITC Conduit Hellenic Bold-typefaced capital letters.
On January 1, 2010, the spiral became a little thicker and the colour remained the same. Below it is the text "el doce", in Interstate typeface.
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