In Chile, a charity event takes place every year, named Teletón Chile. It is the oldest Teletón in the region, being broadcast on TV stations associated to Anatel, and usually takes place during the last Friday and Saturday of November every year, although the 2019 edition took place on April 3rd-4th 2020, delayed because of the 2019 social crisis and again because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first logo consists of the famous symbol, a clover-shaped cross with the bottom side being red and the top side being white with red borders. To the right, the Teletón wordmark in manuscript letters and a heart replacing the accent mark on the "o". Notice that there's no "t" in the wordmark, as the bottom part of the symbol was used to represent it. Originally, 5 editions of Teletón were planned, between 1978 and 1982 (in fact, the 1982 edition was originally called as "the final Teletón"), but in 1985 the event returned due to the high demand of the 4 Teletón Institutes installed back then.
First unveiled for the 1996 campaign, this logo was designed by Chilean agency Prolam. Now, the wordmark is black, uses a serif typeface and has the "T" directly included in it.
First unveiled for the 2007 campaign. The wordmark now uses a rounded sans-serif typeface, and both the symbol and the "heart" accent were given a "3D" look as well.
Currently, the latest Teletón Chile is the 2021 edition, which was broadcast by every member in Anatel ( ), with the notable exception of La Red which voluntarily decided to not broadcast Teletón anymore after 2019 (probably due to administrative/differentiation concerns). This edition was also broadcast on local TV channels on Arcatel ( ), via radio stations inside ARCHI ( ), and also the first Teletón to be broadcast on cable television, via the channels Zona Latina and Vía X operated by TVI/Filmocentro.
The 2022 edition will take place on November 4 and 5 due to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.