For the Philippine TV channel of the same name, see GTV (Philippines).
On its early broadcast, it had aired much of MTV Southeast Asia's programs as well as MTV-branded local contents until 2012. On 11 January 2005, Global TV started to produce its non-MTV original shows and later became a new home of Nickelodeon shows which previously aired in Lativi.
The logo above was branded as TVG, but always called Global TV in promos and idents.
On 13 October 2006, one year after became full-fledged general entertainment channel, Global TV changed its logo on its 4th birthday. The logo consisted of green-orange-blue curves resembling G shape on a top of blue 'Global' and orange uppercase 'TV' text.
On 1 July 2008, Global TV modified its logo by putting "G" shape into a blue sphere next to a new all-lowercase blue 'globaltv' text.
On 11 October 2017, along with its 15th anniversary celebration, GlobalTV was renamed to GTV and unveiled a new logo, which the letter G was criticized for being similar to Google's G icon in 2015.
It actually resembles its 2006 logo and the colors on G shape was based on its parent Media Nusantara Citra's diamond mark color.
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