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This article is about a South African TV channel. For the South Korean music channel, see Mnet.

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1986 (prototype) 1986–1991 1992–2000 2001–2003
1986 (prototype) 1986–1991 1992–2000 2001–2003
2004–2006 2007–2009 2011–2014 2015–present
2004–2006 2007–2009 2011–2014 2015–present

M-Net is the oldest and most popular commercial television channel in South Africa, and the flagship channel of MultiChoice, a South African mass-media company (formerly owned by Naspers) that operates the DStv satellite pay-TV and GOtv terrestrial TV platforms as well as several channels on hosted on them, many of which are M-Net-branded. It primarily competes with the public broadcaster, SABC and e.tv, the sole free-to-air commercial TV channel.

1986 (prelaunch)

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1986–1992

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1993–2000

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2001–2003

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2004–2006

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2007–2009

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2010–2014

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2015–present

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Designer:  Monarchy
Typography:  Maven (on-air graphics)
Launched:  28 September 2015

M-Net underwent a rebranding on 28 September 2015 with a new variant of its logo and a new graphics package. The graphics were designed by Monarchy, a South African motion branding agency, and feature swirling green and blue ribbons in the motion design. Maven, a free font, is used in on-screen typography.

In around 2018, a slightly modified graphics package was introduced, featuring FF Mark and the classic Baskerville serif as the on-screen fonts.

See also

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