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1993–1995 1995–1998 1998–2008 2008–2010 2010–2011; 2011–2013; 2013–2021 2011 2021–2022
1993–1995 1995–1998 1998–2008 2008–2010 2010–2011; 2011–2013; 2013–2021 2011 2021–2022

BIZ-TV[]

1993–1995[]

BIZ-TV 1989

1995–1998[]

BIZ-TV 1995

MTV[]

1998–2010[]

1998–2008[]

Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  25 September 1998

On 25 September 1998, the network was officially renamed MTV. Both Russian and English wordmarks were used in the idents.

2008–2010[]

MTV Blank logo

In 2008, "Music television" wordmark was removed from the logo.

2010–2013, 2013–2021[]

2010–2011; 2011–2013; 2013–2021[]

MTV (2010)

In May 2013, MTV Russia was replaced on analog and cable by Friday!, but was relaunched on satellite by Viacom in October.

April–May 2011[]

MTV Russia 2011 Short Lived

This logo was used from April to May 2011.

2021–2022, April–December 2022 (other CIS countries)[]

MTV-2021

On April 28, 2022, MTV was shut down in Russia due to the invasion of Ukraine.[1]Meanwhile, the channel continued broadcasting in other CIS countries (i.e. Georgia, Belarus).

On December 15, 2022, MTV Russia was finally closed down after being closed in the CIS countries. It was replaced by MTV Global.

References[]

MTV (Russia)
Pyatnitsa! (2013)
MTV Global (CIS countries, 2022)
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