Meganoticias (between 2013 and 2019 named Ahora Noticias) is Mega's flagship newscast. It began at the same time as the channel, during October 1990, replacing the old Noticias from the channel's predecessor, Canal 9 TVN Señal 2.
Meganoticias (first era)
This logo was modified so the "N" had the same height as the "M". In the News updates, the height of those letters is smaller compared to the main editions.
Handel Gothic (text Noticias)
This logo is very similar to the one that Sky News used back then.
After 23 years, the news program of Mega would change name to Ahora Noticias. The identity was designed by Spain-based agency Optimus.
This unused logo of Ahora Noticias could be seen on a video showing the process of creating Mega's logo.
In 2015, AN adopted the color purple, just like Mega. This new identity was designed in-house in Mega.
Meganoticias (second era)
In 2018, the channel announced the name Meganoticias would be put back in use. The new identity (first shown in teasers in March 2019, launched on internet platforms in July 8 and on TV in July 22), was designed by Chilean agency DYU, that also made the current logo of Mega. It basically consists of a modified version of the 2015 Mega logo, with the color used being emerald instead of purple, and the word Noticias being put below the main logo, although there is a version without this wordmark. Additionally, the editions have radically different names: the main, evening edition is called Meganoticias Prime, the morning edition is called Meganoticias Conecta and the afternoon one, Meganoticias Actualiza, to put some examples.