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Idents

1997–1999

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1999–2001

RTL Klub arculat - 1999-2001

RTL Klub arculat - 1999-2001

2001–2003

RTL Klub arculat - 2001-2003

RTL Klub arculat - 2001-2003

2003–2005

RTL Klub - NANÁ-S Arculati elemek 2003. április 18. - 2005. december 24

RTL Klub - NANÁ-S Arculati elemek 2003. április 18. - 2005. december 24. (Bővített Változat)

2005–2008

RTL Klub changed its graphics package once again, in the evening of 24 December 2005, just after the end of the main edition of RTL Híradó that day. For the first time in its history, the logo bug stopped being colorful as it became light gray.

RTL KLUB arculat 2005. december 24-2008. június 1

RTL KLUB arculat 2005. december 24-2008. június 1.

2008–2017

RTL Klub introduced a new graphics package in the afternoon of 1 June 2008, featuring the FF DIN Condensed typeface. (Its main competitor TV2, which introduced its current logo in August that year, uses the non-condensed version of FF DIN as its on-screen font.)

The idents consisted of concrete blocks flying across the screen, against a backdrop of Hungarian landmarks or the Hungarian countryside, until they eventually formed the letters RTL (with KLUB in a much smaller font below).

RTL Klub arculat - 2008-2017

RTL Klub arculat - 2008-2017

2017–present

To celebrate its twentieth anniversary, RTL Klub rebranded for the first time in nine years on 2 October 2017. This was a major overhaul for the channel as its old graphics package, which was dominated by grey and fluorescent colours, was replaced by a vibrant multicoloured graphics package.

The channel typeface is now League Spartan, which is similar to the classic Futura font. The logo bug was changed to light grey from white, which resembles, at some extent, the 2005-2008 one. The idents consist of various objects in close-up coming together and forming the RTL Klub logo, with RTL enclosed by a rectangle.

An initial set of eight idents was introduced in 2017, and another set of eight was released in September 2018.

2017 idents:

2018 idents:


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