- This article is about the Polish TV channel originally launched as RTL7. For the operational channel in the Netherlands, see RTL 7.
For other related logos and images, see:
TVN7 is the secondary entertainment channel of Polish commercial TV broadcaster TVN Discovery Polska, complementing TVN and TTV. It was launched in 1996 as RTL7 by the RTL Group, then acquired by Grupa ITI (the original parent company of TVN, before its acquisition by Discovery) in 2002 and renamed to TVN Siedem (TVN Seven). It was finally renamed to TVN7 in 2008, though it is commonly called Siódemka (The Seventh).
After a few years of problems, the channel was sold to Grupa ITI. It was renamed TVN Siedem on 1 March 2002 and unveiled a new logo and graphics package, two days before TVN also introduced a new look.
The channel was relaunched in 2008 as TVN7 with a new look created by the Munich-based agency Velvet mediendesign, which had also redesigned the graphics of TVN earlier that year, and previously in 2002. This redesign introduced the channel’s signature purple colour, with ITC Avant-Garde as the on-screen font.
On 1 September 2014, exactly a year after TVN’s September 2013 rebrand, TVN7 introduced its current logo and graphics package. The new artistic, cinematic look was designed by another German agency, Luxlotusliner, which was responsible for the rebranding of TVN, as well as iTVN Extra and TTV (both in February 2015). The well-known Gotham font is used in on-air typography.
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| Part of Discovery, Inc. (formerly Grupa ITI and Scripps Networks Interactive)
Current TV channels:
Polish versions of Discovery channels:
| Part of Bertelsmann
Video-on-demand service: TV Now
Video-on-demand service: RTL XL
Video-on-demand service: RTL Most
Video-on-demand: RTL à l'infiini
France (Groupe M6) (48.55%)
Video-on-demand service: Atresplayer
Divested: United Kingdom:9 Channel 5, 5USA and 5Star | The Netherlands: Caz! | HitRadio Veronica | Juize | Pinguin Radio | Radio 538 | Radio 10 | Greece: Alpha TV and 902 TV | France: Girondins TV and RTL9 (HD) (35%) | Germany: RTL Shop | Southeast Asia:10 RTL CBS Entertainment (HD) and RTL CBS Extreme (HD) | Russia: Ren TV