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This article is about the main brand. For the channels, see TNT Sports 2, TNT Sports 3 and TNT Sports HD.

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2003–2006 2006–2007 2007–2010 2010–2019 2019–2021 2021–present
2003–2006 2006–2007 2007–2010 2010–2019 2019–2021 2021–present

TNT Sports is a privately owned pack of sports pay TV channels of Chile. It launched in 2003 as CDF (acronym of Canal del Fútbol), initially controlled by the Asociación Nacional de Fútbol Profesional, being the holders of the broadcasting rights of the leagues Primera A and Primera B. Since 2019 is owned and operated by WarnerMedia, adopting its current name on January 17, 2021.

CDF

2003–2006

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2006–2007

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2007–2010

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2010–2019

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DESIGNER
Smog
TYPOGRAPHY
Helvetica Condensed
USAGE
Official
ALSO KNOWN AS
"CDF y punto" ("CDF, period")

In 2010 CDF unveils a new logo, replacing the soccer ball image with a red period. This logo was designed by Chilean agency Smog.

“Upon reflecting on the meaning of CDF as a brand, we articulated our work around this idea: when it comes to soccer, CDF has the last word. Moreover, CDF is the last word”
Smog[1]

2019–2021

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DESIGNER
InJaus
TYPOGRAPHY
Helvetica Condensed
USAGE
Official

After the acquisition by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America (currently folded into WarnerMedia), the CDF logo got a new color palette of gray and green with new graphics, adapted from sister channel TNT Sports, made by Turner's in-house team InJaus.

TNT Sports

2021–present

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DESIGNER
InJaus
TYPOGRAPHY
Unknown
USAGE
Official

In January 2021 WarnerMedia confirmed the change from CDF to TNT Sports, which happened on January 17, date of the Superclásico between Colo-Colo v Universidad de Chile. Instead of using the logo introduced in 2017 (source of the colors adopted by CDF in 2019), the channel unveiled a new logo and new colors, which erases the vertical lines of the icon, now resembling a heart rate graph, representing the passion for sports. This new logo was also introduced for the original Argentinian channel the same day.

See also

Notes and references

  1. Smog - CDF
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