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1998–2000 2000–2007 2007–2010 2010–2011
1998–2000 2000–2007 2007–2010 2010–2011
2011–2013 2013–2017 2017–2020 2018–2019
2011–2013 2013–2017 2017–2020 2018–2019

M2[]

1998–2000[]

MTV2 (Remastered)

MTV2[]

2000–2007[]

MTV2 Europe 2002
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Helvetica Bold (Digit 2)
Launched:  2000

On September 1, 2000, M2 was renamed to MTV2.

A new look, designed by DixonBaxi - was launched in September 2002.

MTV Two[]

2007–2010[]

MTV Two
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  July 22, 2007

The UK MTV channels were relaunched in July 2007, with MTV2 becoming MTV Two at the same time.

MTV Rocks[]

2010–2011[]

MTV ROCKS 2010
Designer:  Unknown
Post Panic (idents)
Typography:  Helvetica Black (modified) (MUSIC TELEVISION text)
Pharma Bold Condensend (on-screen typeface)
Launched:  March 1, 2010

MTV channels in the UK were relaunched again on 1 March 2010; in the process, MTV Two changed its name to MTV Rocks. The new idents for MTV Rocks were created by the Amsterdam-based Post Panic.

2011–2013[]

MTV Rocks 2011
Designer:  Unknown
Post Panic (idents)
Typography:  Unknown (MTV logo)
Pharma Bold Condensend (on-screen typeface)
Launched:  July 1, 2011

2013–2020[]

2013–2017[]

MTV Rocks EU 2014
Designer:  Unknown
Post Panic (idents)
Typography:  Unknown (MTV logo)
Futura Bold Italic
Launched:  October 1, 2013

2017–2020[]

MTV Rocks Europe
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown (MTV logo)
Futura Bold Italic
Launched:  April 5, 2017

This channel, along with Club MTV and MTV OMG, was closed on 20 July 2020, with a chart based on the channel's former content airing on MTV Music.

VH1 Christmas[]

2018–2019[]

VH1 Christmas
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On 9 November 2018, MTV Rocks was temporarily rebranded as VH1 Christmas; this would be repeated in 2019.


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