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2002–2003 2003–2005 2005–2007 2007–2011 2011–2013 2013–present
2002–2003 2003–2005 2005–2007 2007–2011 2011–2013 2013–present

Mediteve

2002–2003

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Mediteve was launched in April 2002. It was originally a channel which showed an ongoing SMS chat. "Med i teve" is a Swedish casual expression meaning "on TV", as in "I'm on TV".

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2003–2005

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Med i TV was relaunched on June 5, 2003, with several new programs and a new look. The logo was altered to spell out the name of the channel.[1][6]

SvD

The channel's schedule was expanded further in March 2004 to turn it into a "real" channel. The logo didn't change this time.[7]

TV400

2005–2007

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In January 2005, Med i TV was closed down and replaced by a new channel called TV400, a channel for "young adults" with "entertainment, excitement and humour".

2007-2011

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In May 2007, TV400 was relaunched with a new logo and all-new graphics. The logo became softer and the graphics would mostly use black and a pink-purple colour. The new look was launched with a campaign that had the tagline "Vägra vardagen", which means "Refuse the ordinary".

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TV11

2011–2013

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On November 11, 2010, TV4 announced that TV400 would be relaunched as TV11 with several new shows. TV11 would also get expanded distribution. TV11 is scheduled for launch on January 19, 2011.

The logo for TV11 was posted to the channel's Facebook page on November 26.[11]

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Kanal 11

2013–present

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TV11 renamed Kanal 11 in October 2013.

  1. Press release: 2003-06-04 Fast tablå och nya tv-profiler när TV4's "Med i tv" nystartar
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