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SBS Two began transmission on 1 June 2009.
SBS Two was re-stylized as SBS 2 on 1 April 2013 in a bid to re-appropriate the channel as SBS' youth network.
The logo has changed to accommodate the SBS brand refresh in July. The 2 was solidified and the SBS mercator symbol is merged to the top curve. The use of the mercator makes it easier to identify the network as SBS' secondary channel.
On the 22nd July 2016, SBS announced a joint venture with Vice Media. The agreement would bring Vice's flagship TV network Viceland to Australia through SBS 2's free to air spectrum under the new name SBS Viceland.
The brand was unveiled on 4th October 2016 and took effect on November 15. The logo employs Viceland's universal Helvetica Black type and includes the SBS mercator icon in a similar vein to SBS' adaption of Food Network a year earlier.
2017–2019 (HD variant), 2019–present
On 8 April 2017, a HD feed of the channel was launched on digital channel 31. On 1 July 2019, the standard-definition feed of SBS Viceland was replaced by the HD feed of SBS World Movies, leaving SBS Viceland HD-only.
Free-to-air television in Australia
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