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Prior to its launch, the network was originally intended to be Pax Net. When it was launched, the name changed to just simply Pax.
In 2004, the colors of the logo turned white.
On June 28, 2005, Paxson announced it would rebrand Pax as Independent Television, in order to reflect a new strategy of "providing an independent broadcast platform for producers and syndicators who desire to reach a national audience." After the transition was complete, Pax TV would continue to air programming under its Pax brand on one of its digital channels over the air and in select cable homes. Some media observers jocularly postulated that I was code for "infomercial", due to the amount of paid programing on the schedule.
2007–2008; 2007-2017 (Ion Life)
On January 29, 2007, the network changed its name again, to the current Ion Television. The programming was, for the most part, unchanged at that time. This version of the Ion logo was still used on its sister channel Ion Life until March 23, 2017.
On May 1, 2008, Ion Television held an upfront presentation announcing its programming for the 2008–09 season at the New York Public Library in Manhattan. In addition to the announcement of its programming acquisitions, the network unveiled a new logo (a wordmark that incorporated a positive ion symbol as a pseudo-period next to the "ion" typeface) and slogan for the network, "Positively Entertaining" (a form of wordplay, as ions are atoms or molecules that have a positive or negative electrical charge). The network also retooled its focus, emphasizing the key demographic of adults between ages of 18 and 49, and airing more recent acquired programming aimed at young adults (such as Boston Legal, NCIS and Criminal Minds).
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On October 11, 2016, Ion Television introduced a slightly modified version of their logo. The dot above the "i" is now square instead of circular. Also the corners on the "i" and the "n" became rounded.
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1Affiliated with Ion Plus.