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Ketnet was launched in December 1st, 1997 along with Canvas. The launch identity was created by Lambie-Nairn (also designed the TV1 and Canvas' logos). The Ketnet name comes from "Ket" (child in Brussels local language), and "Net" (network in Dutch language).
At this time, Ketnet was split in three strands: K'tje (preschoolers), Ketnet (younger and older children) and NT van Ketnet (teenagers). This last one closed in 2008.
On May 24, 2010, Ketnet introduced a new identity. It was created by Red Bee Media. The on-screen presentation makes heavy use of drawings sent in by viewers.
The same logo, but the color changed. The "K" is yellow/gold and "Ketnet" text is blue. Between 2012 and 2014 (after its HD channel's closure) shared the same signal with Op 12. Currently shares the same signal with Eén+ and Canvas+.
In August 31, 2015, Ketnet launched a very different logo (designed by Eugene and Louise) and a new preschooler block replacing Kaatje: Ketnet Jr.. In 2017, the HD channel is relaunched.
A new logo was launched on January 4th, 2021.
|Predecessors: Belgisch Nationaal Instituut voor de Radio-omroep