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January-July 1961 1961–1962 1962 1962–1974; 1975-1976 1974-1975 1976-1979 1979–1981
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1981–1983 1983-1984 1984–1985 1985–1986 1986–1989 1989 1989-December 1989
December 1989-March 1990 March-April 1990 1990–2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2007 2007-2009
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2008-2009 2009-2011 January-August 2011 August 2011–2018 2014–2018 2018–present
2008-2009 2009-2011 January-August 2011 August 2011–2018 2014–2018 2018–present

LS 84 TV Canal 11, (also known as Telefe) is an Argentine television network that is licensed to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The chain began broadcasting on March 1, 1990, almost 2 months after Telefe began operating the license for Canal 11 in Buenos Aires throughout Argentina. It is currently owned by Paramount (being bought in 2016 by Viacom). It's Argentina's most-watched network.

Dicon TV[]

January-July 1961[]

Canal11-1961-dicontv

Telefe was originally founded in 21 July 1961 as Dicon TV, but the channel did not launch officially. In this logo was a TV Screen outline and the ground with eight lines; On the ground there were a sofa and the chair with four people watching the screen. Behind the ground, there was a text that said "DICON TV", and the Argentine callsign "LS84". Finally, inside the screen there was a number 11 in half, and the word "CANAL" was located across the number.

Teleonce (first era)[]

1961-1962[]

Teleonce 1961

The channel was launched as Teleonce on 21 July 1961 as TV station of Buenos Aires. This logo was an acute triangle, and inside of it there was a number 11 on the circle. The wordmark was split in twain saying "TELE ONCE".

Canal 11[]

1962[]

Canal 11 Argentina 1962

The channel was changed into Canal 11, and the logo changed either. The logo had a word "CANAL" without of horizontal line of two A's with a number 11.

Teleonce (second and third era)[]

1962–1974; 1975-1976[]

Teleonce 1965

Then the name "Teleonce" changed back. The wordmark became together as "TELEONCE", and the number 11 was a thicker corner and narrow ends for each digit of the number.

Once Visión[]

1974–1975[]

Oncevisión 1974

The name of the channel was changed for the fourth time as "Oncevisión" for two years.

Teleonce (third era)[]

1976-1979[]

Teleonce 1976

Later in 1976, the name "Teleonce" changed back again for three years. The logo consisted of the number 11 formed in the letter "N" between "TELEO" and "CE". And below the word, there was another number 11.

Canal Once[]

1979–1981[]

Canal Once 1979

Then in 1979, the channel changed to "Canal 11", and the Logo was a lowercase wordmark. But instead of N's it was a number 11 in italics.

1981–1983[]

Canal Once 1982
Dark red and blue variant used on screen

The 1981 logo was the word "CANAL" in white divided in two, with the two blue vertical rectangles being the letter N and the number 11 at the same time.

1983-1984[]

Canal Once 1983-1984

The name became a spell out numbers as "CANAL ONCE" as a neon outlined text, with the O having a cut in its lower left.

1984–1985[]

Canal Once 1984

The 1984 logo was a red number 11, trespassing their feet in a diagonal. And between the number 11, there was a word "canal" on the left, and the callsign with the place of broadcasting area on the right.

1985–1986[]

Canal Once 1985

The 1985 logo was a number 11 with the word "CANAL ONCE", all in red fill color and the white outline.

1986–1989[]

Canal Once 1986

The logo consisted in the word "CANAL" as connected letters between the "C" and "A", all L's and 1's became a vertical parallelogram. The number 11 was placed on the letter "N" as from 1976 to 1982 logos.

1989[]

Canal Once 1989

The final logo before the rebranding to Telefe was a letter yellow "C" and the word "once". The letter "O" was inside the letter "C".

1989-December 1989[]

Telefe-1989-1990

This would be the last logo as Canal Once after the privatization of the channel was proposed.

Telefe (Canal 11)[]

December 1989-March 1990[]

Telefe Canal 11

On September 21, 1989, President Carlos Menem proposed the privatization of channels 11 and 13 of Buenos Aires. Both channels were sold to Artear, but due to possible duopoly restrictions (and Artear's decision to retain channel 13), the channel was sold to Televisión Federal (a consortrium led by Televisoras Provinciales, which consists of regional television stations such as Teleocho Córdoba, Canal 5 Rosario, Canal 7 Neuquén, Canal 7 Jujuy, Canal 8 Mar del Plata, TTC Canal 8 Tucumán, Telenueva Bahía Blanca, Canal 9 Mendoza, Canal 11 Salta and Canal 13 Santa Fe alongside Editorial Atlántida among other investors) and became Telefe, and began to be used with the logo in 1986 before launching as a television network on January 15, 1990, covering channel 11 in the capital as well as 10 television stations inside the country and via satellite in the rest of the country's provinces.

Telefe[]

March-April 1990[]

Telefe 1990 1
Designer:  David Ratto
Typography:  Custom wordmark
Launched:  March 1, 1990

The first logo, as Telefe, consisted of: "TE", with the "T" as the ceiling over the 'E', the word 'LE' and 'FE', the 'F' as the ceiling over the 'E'. This logo was created by David Ratto, but was changed due to its resemblance to the ESPN logo.

1990–2000[]

Telefe Argentina 1990
Designer:  David Ratto
Typography:  Helvetica (logo)
Futura Bold (on-air)
Launched:  April 1990

In April 1990, the Telefe logo is made up of three ordered balls (blue, green and red). For the 1990s logo, the blue sphere has a "TE" syllabus, the green sphere has a "LE" syllabus, and the red sphere has a "FE" syllabus, forming the name "TELEFE" altogether. This was the most used logo of the channel for 10 years. Both this logo and its subsequent institutional campaigns were created by the advertising agency David Ratto (today BBDO Worldwide). Later in 1993, The same logo, but this time the name TE, LE and FE are now completely attached to the balls, becoming real. In 1998, the letters inside the balls disappeared, this variant only appeared in advertising.

3D version

2000–2001[]

Telefe 2000 remaster
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  None (logo)
Custom (slogan)
Launched:  March 2000 (revealed)
April 3, 2000 (official)

The three spheres, but now with a more real image, and have a transparent and glazed effect with an advanced shadow. This logo was used in late-1999 when Telefe decided to rebrand, criticizing longtime viewers of the channel. In 2000, the logo was taken into full effect.

2001–2002[]

Telefe (2000-2002)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  FF Dax
Launched:  Unknown

In 2001, the spheres became plastic and have a normal shadow effect. Under the spheres says "telefe" in FF Dax.

2002–2007[]

2003-2007
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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Trebuchet MS
Microgramma
Launched:  Unknown

The logo was renewed with a more modern look, becoming less real and with a little shade. Next to the three spheres, it said "telefe", with its new official typography, Trebuchet MS.

2007-2009[]

Telefe 2008
Logopedia InfoWhite SVG NEEDED
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Trebuchet MS
Microgramma
Launched:  Unknown

2008-2009[]

Telefe 2009
Logopedia InfoWhite SVG NEEDED
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Trebuchet MS
Microgramma
Launched:  December 2008

This logo is put on the air due to the 18th anniversary of Telefe. It was on the air until the first months of 2009.

2009-2011[]

Telefe 2010-2011
Logopedia InfoWhite SVG NEEDED
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Trebuchet MS
Launched:  Unknown

January-August 2011[]

Telefe 2011
Logopedia InfoWhite SVG NEEDED
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Trebuchet MS
Helvetica Neue
ITC Avant Garde
Launched:  January 1, 2011

Although this logo on the graphics lasted until August 2011, it remained on the on-screen logo until 2016.

August 2011–2018[]

Telefe 2011
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Futura (modifed)
Launched:  August 21, 2011

In 2011, the line was removed, becoming a stacked logo between the three spheres and the wordmark. The wordmark as a modifed version of Futura font was moved below the spheres, making similar to the 2001 logo.

2014–2018[]

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Logopedia InfoWhite BETTER LOGO NEEDED
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Code Pro Bold LC
Launched:  January 8, 2014

2018–present[]

Telefe 2018 3D
Designer:  Marteee Studio
Typography:  Gilroy (logo & on-air)
Panton (on-air)
Launched:  November 21, 2018

On November 21, 2018, Telefe unveiled a refreshed version of its iconic three-sphere logo, this time with subtle gradients and the text with the typography changed to Gilroy Bold. All affiliated stations received the new logo on the same month.

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