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This article is about the American television channel formerly known as The N. For the former Nickelodeon block, see TEENick.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
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2002 (pre-launch) 2002–2007 2007–2009 2009–2016 2016–2019 2019–present
2002 (pre-launch) 2002–2007 2007–2009 2009–2016 2016–2019 2019–present

The N

2002 (pre-launch)

The N 2002 (Prelaunch).svg

In January 2002, the first logo for Noggin's new block The N was revealed in a trademark filing. It had a round "Noggin" button on the bottom, which was later phased out.

2002–2007

The N 2003.svg

The N premiered on Noggin on April 1, 2002, with a hand-shaped logo.

2007–2009

The N logo 2008.svg

On October 5, 2007, the hand logo was replaced with two atoms, each one saying "the" and "N". On December 31, The N left Noggin to become its own 24-hour cable channel, replacing Nickelodeon Games and Sports. The "n" in the logo almost looks similar to the 2009 logo, which would be introduced two years later.

TeenNick

2009–present

2009–2016

TeenNick 2009.svg
Designer:  Eric Zim
Loyalkaspar (2009–2012)
Proud Creative
The Armoury (2012–2016)
Typography:  Custom (unofficially nicknamed "Litebulb")
FF Netto
Launched:  September 28, 2009

On September 28, 2009, The N was relaunched as TeenNick, taking its name from Nickelodeon's former programming block TEENick (its programming also occupied much of The N's daytime slot) and introducing a logo in line with Nickelodeon's then-concurrent rebrand. The original on-air identity was created by Loyalkaspar, and was revised in 2012 by Proud Creative and The Armoury.

2016–2019

TeenNick.svg
Designer:  Adolescent
Typography:  FF Netto
VAL Bold
Launched:  September 2016

The word "teen" had its color changed to magenta in September 2016. Several international strands of TeenNick, such as the Vietnamese feed, continue to use this logo as of 2021.

2019–present

TeenNick 2019.svg
Designer:  Trollbäck & Company
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  January 1, 2019

In the United States, Latin America and Greece, the word "teen" had its color changed to tea rose on January 1, 2019, accompanied by a new graphics package produced by Trollbäck & Company.


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