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1989–1991 1991–1995 1995–1997, 1999–2000 1997–1999, 2006 2000–2006 2006–February 2007
1989–1991 1991–1995 1995–1997, 1999–2000 1997–1999, 2006 2000–2006 2006–February 2007
February–November 2007 November 2007–2009 2009–2010 2010–2015 2015–2017 2019–present
February–November 2007 November 2007–2009 2009–2010 2010–2015 2015–2017 2019–present

Global Televisión, also known as Global, is a Peruvian open television channel that began broadcasting on April 15, 1989 after the transfer of the previous channel Stereo 33 to channel 13 (although, initially, the frequency was occupied by Panamericana Televisión between 1959 and 1965, when it moved to its current channel 5).

It went through various owners and broadcast only in Lima until Genaro Delgado Parker acquired the channel, turning it into a national television network. Since 2006, it has been owned by the Grupo ATV and is usually a secondary channel of the latter.

Canal 13

1989–1991

Global 1989.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Helvetica Bold (TV Canal)
Launched:  April 15th 1989

Global Televisión as such was launched on April 15, 1989 after its predecessor, Stereo 33 Televisión, moved to channel 13. The logo of that time was the same as its predecessor, but changing the first "3" to a "1" that forms the number 13 and in front, the word "TV Canal" in light yellow. Its slogan back then was Televisión Total.

Global Televisión (first and second era)

1991–1995

Global TV 1991.svg

Then in 1991, the channel adopts its very familiar name of Global Televisión and its first logo under that name was a "G" in Eurostile Bold Extended typography in whose interior there is a planet Earth, all of metallic color and below, the name "GLOBAL" in a technological typography with the American continent in the letter "O".

1995–1997, 1999–2000

Then in 1995, Vittorio de Ferrari created a joint-venture with Antena 3 in Spain. Because of the creation of this joint-venture, the logo was modified. The "G" is now a light yellow gradient with a black border and a shadow inside a rectangle of a pastel red color, to the right, a square divided into two parts of light yellow and light blue with the figure of a compass with red arrows, white border and shadow, under both squares, the word "GLOBAL" in Swiss 911 Compressed typeface in yellow clear gradient with black border and below, the word "TELEVISION" with the same typeface in black. Occasionally, the channel used a variant focused on the compass with the texts on top.

These logos were temporarily re-used in 1999, during a dispute between Astros and Julio Vera Abad, the latter being the channel's representative back then[1].

Red Global

1997–1999, 2006

Global 1997.svg

In 1997, after Vittorio de Ferrari died, its son began to control the channel, canceling the contract with Antena 3 and selling its actions to Genaro Delgado Parker. With him (and the company Astros) arriving to the channel, Global Televisión became a television network and, as such, was renamed to Red Global. Its first logo as a network was the letters "RED" in white italics pierced with blue and below, a red parallelogram with the word "Global", all shaded.

2000–2006

Global 2000.svg

Then at the beginning of the new millennium, the logo is modified, now it is solid and metallic in color, just like the word "GLOBAL", now written in capital letters and above, a blue circle with a metallic border and an arrow with round edges.

2006–January 2007

Global 2006.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Impact (RED)
Eras Demi ITC (GLOBAL)
Launched:  2006

In 2006, Red Global was bought by Grupo ATV (owned by Albavisión), and the logo was modified again, now it is the word "RED" in Impact typeface and behind it, a white square with a black border resembling a taxiway and below, the word "GLOBAL" in typeface Eras Bold Semibold and in blue color.

January–April 2007

Global 2007 1.svg

In February 2007, a new image was launched consisting of two elongated tears of green tones and within these, the word "Red Global Televisión" in Bauhaus Light typography in gray and black tones.

April 2007–2010

April 2007–2009

Global 2007 2.svg

In November 2007, the logo was modified, eliminating the word "Television" from the name (to avoid a possible confusion of names), the tears are more glued and on top there is a white shaded interior oval and the text "Red Global" now happens to have a thicker variant of Bauhaus-Thin.

2009–2010

Global 2009.svg

On January 5, 2009, the logo was re-adjusted, giving it a 3D look.

Global Televisión (third era)

2010–2015

Global 2010.svg

On November 5, 2010, the channel removes the "Red" from the name and retakes the name of Global Televisión (known as Global TV and stylized as "Global Tv). The new logo under the new name takes up the "G" of the name, now white and surrounded by three oval of fuchsia, yellow and light blue with intersections of orange, purple and ice blue and under the new name, "Global" in black and" Tv "in gray, both in italics.

Red TV

2015–2017

Global 2015.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic Demi (RED)
Launched:  April 13th 2015

On April 13, 2015, close to 26 years of broadcasting, the channel returned to the name "Red" and removed the "Global" from the name (which was heavily criticized for removing the historic name) and was called "Red TV". The new logo is the letters "RED" in Franklin Gothic Demi typography and on the right and in small letters, the letters "TV", both red and surrounded by a pair of red moons, all in 3D. Due to low ratings, channel 13 as such was temporarily replaced by NEXTV. However, NEXTV had the same result of bad ratings, so the Grupo ATV decided to learn from its error and announced in the 2019 presale the return of the Global Televisión name.

Global Televisión (fourth era)

2019–present

Global 2019.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom design
ITC Avant Garde Std Medium (Global)
Launched:  December 1st 2019

On December 1, 2019, 30 years after its first broadcast, Canal 13 returned as such and retaking the name of Global Televisión. The new logo of this new stage is a "G" formed by four moons of light blue, red, green and yellow-orange colors (same as ATV's former logo) with a moon on the back of the "G" and below, the already recognizable name of "Global" in typeface formed by circular rings and light blue lines.

References

  1. Wikipedia - Global Televisión (section Inicios) (in Spanish)
Stereo 33
Red TV
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