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1967–1980 1980–1982 1982-1989 1989–present 1989–1990 1990–2002
1967–1980 1980–1982 1982-1989 1989–present 1989–1990 1990–2002
1993–1994 1994–1995 1995–1996 1996 1997 1997–1999
1993–1994 1994–1995 1995–1996 1996 1997 1997–1999
1999–2002 2002–2018 2007–2010 2010-2018 2018–present
1999–2002 2002–2018 2007–2010 2010-2018 2018–present

ZYB 852 (Canal 13) also known as TV Bandeirantes was founded on May 13, 1967, by João Saad, nephew of São Paulo state governor Ademar de Barros and owner of Rádio Bandeirantes. It is the main station of the Brazilian network, Band. In 1969 the main TV building suffered a massive fire, which forced Saad to replace his broadcasting equipment. By 1972, TV Bandeirantes was the first Brazilian television network to broadcast fully in color, the same year that Rede Globo did the same.

1967-1980

1980-1982

Bandeirantes logo 1980.svg

1982-1989

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1989-present

Band logo.svg

1989-1990

Rede Bandeirantes logo 1989.svg

1990-2002

Band logo 1989.svg
1993-1994
Band logo 1993.svg
1994-1995
Band logo 1994.svg

In 1993, Bandeirantes' name was shortened to Band. This logo replaced temporarily the eye symbol on the on-air look.

1995-1996
Band logo 1995.svg
1996
Rede Bandeirantes 1995.png
1997
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1997-1999
Rede Bandeirantes 1997.png
1999-2002
Rede Bandeirantes 1999.png

2002-2018

Band logo 2002.svg
2007-2010
Rede Bandeirantes 2007.png

In 2007, the network launched a digital over-the-air feed in São Paulo.

2010-2018
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2018-present

Band isotipo 2018.svg


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