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Contents

1956–1967 1967–1974 1974–1982 1982–1991 1991-1993 1991–1992 1992–1993
1956–1967 1967–1974 1974–1982 1982–1991 1991-1993 1991–1992 1992–1993
1992–1993 (secondary), 1993–1998 (primary) 1998 (secondary), 1998–2001 (primary) 2001–2002 2002–2008 (primary), 2008-2010 (secondary) 2008 (secondary), 2008–2010 (primary) 2010–2012 (primary) 2010-2012 (secondary), 2012–present (primary)
1992–1993 (secondary), 1993–1998 (primary) 1998 (secondary), 1998–2001 (primary) 2001–2002 2002–2008 (primary), 2008-2010 (secondary) 2008 (secondary), 2008–2010 (primary) 2010–2012 (primary) 2010-2012 (secondary), 2012–present (primary)

Second Programme of TV USSR

1956–1967

TV SSSR (1956-1967).png

1967–1974

TV USSR 1967.png
Logopedia InfoWhite.svg SVG NEEDED

1974–1982

Logopedia InfoWhite.svg LOGO MISSING

1982–1991

Second Programm Of TV USSR (67-91).png

RTV

1991-1993

1-й логотип РТВ.svg.png

RTR

1991 (prototypes)

Logopedia InfoWhite.svg SVG NEEDED

1991-1992

Ptp.png

1992 (prototype)

RTR 1992 Prototype.jpg

1992–1993

РТР 1992-1993.png

1992–1993 (secondary), 1993–1998 (primary)

RTR 4.svg
RTR 1993 2.png

1998 (secondary), 1998–2001 (primary)

RTR 6.svg

2001–2002

RTR 2001 logo.svg
Россия 4.svg

Russia

2002–2008 (primary), 2008-2010 (secondary)

7-й логотип Россия.svg
Россия 5 (без надписи).svg

2008 (secondary), 2008–2010 (primary)

Russia 1 2008 Remake Gray.svg
Russia 1 2008 Remake.svg
Россия (2008-2010, с надписью ТЕЛЕКАНАЛ).png

Russia 1

2010–present

2010–2012 (primary)

Russia 1 2010.svg

As part of the introduction of VGRTK's new identtity, on 1 January 2010, "Russia" was renamed "Russia 1" and adopted a new logo with the word "Russia" inside a blue rectangle and number 1 in a red square.

2010-2012 (secondary), 2012–present (primary)

Russia 1 2012.svg
Designer:  RTR-Design
Typography:  Russia-Bold
Launched:  March 15, 2012

The font of the text was changed in 2012 to Russia-Bold typeface.

On 24 December, Russia 1 announced the opening of temporary extra timeshift versions of the channel in addition to +2, +4, +6 and +8. All new extra channels were launched on 31 December 2017 and stopped broadcasting on 2 January 2018.


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