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1997, 1998–2001

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After the last newscast of the defunct 24 Horas, Noticieros Televisa, one of the divisions of Televisa was formed. It was responsible for producing national and local newscasts for the company's affiliates/networks. Notable personalities include Lola "Lolita" Ayala, Guillermo Ortega-Ruiz, Adela Micha, Carlos Loret de Mola, Víctor "Brozo" Trujillo, Jacobo Zabludovsky (who remained in the division until he resigned in 2000), Abraham Zabludovsky, and Joaquín López-Dóriga. Titles for certain newscasts include "El Noticiero", "Las Noticias", and "Notivisa".

Title card (1998-2000)

Rarely seen on a promotion for Al Despertar in 1997.

Several variants of this logo were used, including this one.

2001–2016

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Because of the corporate symbol refresh, Noticieros Televisa (and its sports division) followed the rebranding move, and changed its fonts. This logo resembles being matched with the "Helvetica 65 Medium Bold" typograph.

2016-present

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In 2016, Televisa took away the 3D share in its division symbols and used colored variants. This remained in effect until when the news division became a sub-brand of the newly-formed N+ (after it was spun off from the Televisa group).

24 Horas (Mexico)
Noticieros Televisa
N+
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