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1998–2000 2000–2001 2001–2018 2001–2006
1998–2000 2000–2001 2001–2018 2001–2006
2006–2012 2012–2018 2012–2015 (Chinese dramas) 2018–present
2006–2012 2012–2018 2012–2015 (Chinese dramas) 2018–present

NTV7 is a commercial TV channel in Malaysia that airs in three languages: Malay, English and Chinese. It is owned by Media Prima Berhad, the only terrestrial commercial broadcaster in the country.


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This logo shares similarities to the "Circle 7" logo, as used by ABC affiliates.


2006-2017 (on screen bug in 4:3 screen)
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2017-present (on screen bug in 16:9 screen)

2017-2018 (on screen bug in 16:9 screen, initial version with the 2012 logo)
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2012–2015 (Chinese dramas)
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This red variant of the logo was used to promote in-house-produced Chinese dramas.

Starting 16 August 2017, NTV7, along with its sister channels including TV3 (Malaysia), 8TV (Malaysia), and TV9 (Malaysia), are start broadcast in 16:9 screen.


2018-present (on screen bug in 16:9 screen, later version with the 2018 logo)

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Designer:  Dragon Rouge
Typography:  Azo Sans (graphics package)
Launched:  5 March 2018

This logo first appeared on 18 January 2018. The letters "ntv" appear for the first time since 2006, with the Circle 7 logo being dropped after 17 years. The change occued during a latem-night broadcast of CJ Wow Shop on 5 March, with the logo previously appearing in teasers and programme trailers for programs that were planned to broadcast on or after 5 March. The new graphics were designed by Dragon Rouge.

On 16 February 2021, the channel's owner Media Prima stated in a press release that the channel would not "cease[d] operations as perceived and reported by certain quarters" to make way for DidikTV KPM; however, current NTV7 staff would now focus on the latter channel's running.

NTV7 (Malaysia)