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This article is about the Russian STS channel. For other uses, see STS.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1996–1997 1997–2001 2001–2005 2002–2005 2004–2005 (idents only); 2005–2012 (primary)
1996–1997 1997–2001 2001–2005 2002–2005 2004–2005 (idents only); 2005–2012 (primary)
2012 2012–2015 2015–2016 (primary); 2016–2017 (secondary) 2016–2017 2017–present
2012 2012–2015 2015–2016 (primary); 2016–2017 (secondary) 2016–2017 2017–present

1996–1997

STS 1.svg

STS (also known as CTC) was launched on 1 December 1996.

1997–2012

1997–2001

CTC (1997-2001).png
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Eurostile (1999-2001)
Europe (1999–2001)

2001–2005

STS Logo 2001.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Eurostile (2001-2002)
Europe (2001–2002)
AGForeigner (2002–2005)

2002–2005

STS Logo 2002.svg

2004–2005 (idents only); 2005–2012 (primary)

CTC old.png
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  AGLettericaCondensed (2005–2007)
DaxlinePro (2007–2012)
DaxlineCyrLF (2007–2012)
Luga (2009-2010)
DinDisplay Pro (2010-2012)

2012–2017

2012

CTC.png
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  CTC Splash Rounded

STS introduced a new identity in the autumn of 2012. It was designed by BDA Creative.

2012–2015

STS Russia 2012.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  CTC Splash Rounded (2012-2014)
Glober (2014-2015)

New idents came to STS, during Christmas 2012. This logo is still used on-screen in the international version.

2015–2016 (primary); 2016–2017 (secondary)

STS.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Din Text Cond Pro

In 2015, the logo became flat. It's still used as a secondary until 2017.

2016–2017

STS LOGO 2017.png

In December 2016, the 2012 logo became 3D again.

2017–present

STS Russia 2017.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Gilroy

In 2017, the logo became flat again. But this time, a new wordmark was introduced.


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