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Thai PBS (also known as the Thai Public Broadcasting Service) is the Thai public television network run by government of Thailand. It was launched in January 15th, 2008, by replacing ITV, a 24 hour news channel, and TITV, one year later.

Not to be confused with ITV plc.

This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1996–1997 1997–2000 2000–2007 2007–2008 15–31 January 2008
1996–1997 1997–2000 2000–2007 2007–2008 15–31 January 2008
1 February–30 April 2008 1 May 2008–14 January 2009 15 January 2009–8 April 2011 April 2011–present
1 February–30 April 2008 1 May 2008–14 January 2009 15 January 2009–8 April 2011 April 2011–present

ITV

1996–1997

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1997–2000

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2000–2007

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2000–2004

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2004–2007

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ITV was closed down on 7 March 2007, and replaced with TITV.

TITV

2007 (prototypes)

2007–2008

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On 15 January 2008, TITV was replaced by Thai PBS.

TPBS

15–31 January 2008

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Thai PBS (first era)

1 February–30 April 2008

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1 May 2008–14 January 2009

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A contest was held for a new logo & design for the channel, with the contest results on 24 February 2008 declaring KITWIN's design to be the winner. The logo depicts a stylised pigeon with orange wings with the word "ไทย" ("Thai") and the English translation "Thai PBS" put at the top.

TV Thai

15 January 2009–8 April 2011

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Thai PBS (second era)

April 2011–present

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On April 9, 2011, the name of the TV station was changed back to Thai PBS as it was during the first 3 months of broadcasting.


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