This article is about the Slovak TV channel. For its parent broadcaster, see Televízia JOJ.


2002–2007 2007 2007–2015 2015–2020 2020–present
2002–2007 2007 2007–2015 2015–2020 2020–present

TV JOJ is the flagship TV channel of Televízia JOJ, one of the two major commercial TV broadcasters in Slovakia. It is owned by the Slovak investment group J&T. The channel was launched in 2002; Televízia JOJ has since launched several other thematic TV channels in both Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

Its primary competitor is TV Markíza, which is owned by Central European Media Enterprises, a subsidiary of WarnerMedia (pending sale to PPF Group), as well as the public broadcaster RTVS.


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A new logo was introduced in early 2007, placing the spiral within a red square.


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The 2007 logo was slightly modified after a few months, with the wordmark being changed.

  • Details of the graphics packages from 2009 and 2011


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A new graphics package was introduced on 23 September 2012, in preparation of the channel’s HD feed being launched in 2012. The graphics consisted of paper-like elements that folded vertically across the screen. The slogan was Viditeľne tvoja (Visibly yours).

  • Examples of the graphics: 1, 2, 3 and 4


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A new logo was introduced on 5 October 2015 along with a new graphics package that features the spiral shape of the logo, with text sliding in and out of D-shaped containers. Panton was used in on-screen typography.

The slogan was now Zážitok vidieť (Experience to see).


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A slightly modified logo, with the familiar spiral shape, and a new graphics package were introduced on the evening of 30 May 2020. The new look was designed in-house, as in 2015, and the slogan has been changed to S vami (With you).

The idents feature several spiral-shaped objects and the main graphic element is a twisting container to hold text. The new font used in the on-air graphics is Knockout by Hoefler&Co., in several weights, widths and thicknesses, though the website continues to use Panton (and the 2015 wordmark, set in Panton, remains unchanged).