|1998–2002 (America), 1998–2005 (international), 2012–2015 (Finland)||2001–2004 (Australia)||2002||2014–2016 (Latin America)||2015–present (Finland)|
Fox Kids Network
Fox Kids launched in 1990 as Fox Kids Network, a six-day-a-week program block on the Fox network in the United States.
Even during the following logo and a few months in 1997, this logo was still being used on bumpers.
This logo incorporates the main Fox Network logo, and resembles the 20th Century Fox logo.
This logo debuted during the network's "Weird Week" promotion in February 1997. The logo change would become permanent by spring 1997 with the slogan "Rocks Kids". This logo would end its cycle with the slogan "Take the Ride" and would be replaced by the following logo in the summer. The "network" in the logo font is in Ad Lib.
1998–2002 (America), 1998–2005 (international), 2012–2015 (Finland)
The word "Network" was dropped in the summer of 1998; Like the 1997-1998 logo, the lights are a reference to the 20th Century Fox searchlights. It is the most recognizable logo from the block. It unfortunately closed down in 2002, due to low ratings in the early 2000s, as well as the Fox Family Channel suffering a major 35% audience decline, having the libraries for both platforms sold to The Walt Disney Company.
The Australian version used an entirely new logo in 2001 until 2004.
This logo was only used in the final eight months in the US before it was replaced on Fox by FoxBox in September 2002, but it was not used internationally; while the brand was axed in the United States, it continued until 2005 in other countries, when it was rebranded as Jetix. In 2012, the brand was revived on the Finnish version of Fox, using the 2D version of the 1998 logo.
2014–2016 (Latin America)
In 2014, the Fox Kids brand was launched again as a section of the Fox Premium Play streaming website, due to the purchase of MovieCity by Fox Networks Group Latin America. It was closed down in 2016 with Fox+'s rebrand.
In 2015, the logo was updated in Finland. A more rounded version of the Fox logo appears behind the multi-colored 'KIDS' in 3D with the 'D' in "Kids" appearing mirrored. The rebranding was accompanied by six five-second idents and a series of promos. As of 2020, Fox Kids continues to broadcast in Finland after Disney bought 21st Century Fox; the latter's American broadcasting, news and sport assets are owned by the Fox Corporation, which was separated from the rest of 21CF before Disney's acquisition was complete.
|Predecessors: 21st Century Fox | News Corporation|
Affiliate company: News Corp
Fox Television Stations