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This article is about the flagship public TV channel in Hungary. For other uses, see M1.


Contents

Magyar Televizio (1957-1973) Magyar Televizio 1 (1973-1979) MTV1 1979 TV1 (1989-1991) TV1 (1991-1994) Mtv1 logo 94 MTV 1 (1994-1997)
1957-1973 1973-1979 1979–1989 1989-1991 1991-1993 1993-1994 1994-1997
 
MTV 1 (1997-2000) M1 (2000-2002) Magyar Televizio (2002-2012) M1 logo M1 2012 logo M1 2015 logo M1 2020 logo
1997-2000 2000-2002 2002-2005 2005-2012 2012-2015 2015-2020 2020-present

M1 is the co-flagship TV channel (along with Duna) of Magyar Televízió, the TV division of MTVA, the Hungarian public broadcasting organisation.

Since 2015, M1 is a 24-hour news channel, leaving entertainment programming to Duna.

Magyar Televízió

1957-1973

Magyar Televizio (1957-1973)

Magyar Televízió 1

1973-1979

Magyar Televizio 1 (1973-1979)

MTV1 (first era)

1979-1989

MTV1 1979

TV1

1989-1991

TV1 (1989-1991)

1991-1993

TV1 (1991-1994)

MTV1 (second era)

1993-1994

Mtv1 logo 94

1994-1997

MTV 1 (1994-1997)

1997-2000

MTV 1 (1997-2000)

M1 (first era)

2000-2002

M1 (2000-2002)

MTV

2002-2005

Magyar Televizio (2002-2012)

M1 (second era)

2005-2012

M1 logo

Used from 12 September 2005 to 27 July 2012.

2012-present

2012-2015

M1 2012 logo

The font of this M1 wordmark is still used as the on-screen logo (as of 25 October 2016).

2015-2020

M1 2015 logo

On 15 March 2015, M1 was relaunched as a 24-hour news channel, meaning all variety programming would now air on Duna.

2020-present

M1 2020 logo
On 15 March 2020, M1 simplified its logo by removing the gaps between the circle and the line. Moreover, the logo is now blue, and the M1 wordmark has been removed. A new graphics package was also introduced and the on-screen bug moved from the top left corner to the bottom left corner. However, other MTVA channels continue to have their logos at the top left (except M4 Sport, which uses the top right).

Web links (Hungary)

http://mtva.hu/


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