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1968–1989 1968–1969 1969–1989 1989–1990 1989–1990 1990–1991 1990–1992
1968–1989 1968–1969 1969–1989 1989–1990 1989–1990 1990–1991 1990–1992

Thames Television was the weekday ITV franchisee for the Greater London area and was formed from the joint venture of British Electric Traction (BET) and ABPC (later Thorn EMI) which replaced Rediffusion.

1968–1989

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1968–1969

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1969–1989

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Designer:  Minale Tattersfield
Typography:  Helvetica
Launched:  Unknown

The arguably most famous Thames logo was created with the switch to colour in 1969 by Minale Tattersfield. It remained in use for twenty years with only minor changes.

1989–1990

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In 1989, to commomerate its 21st anniversary, Thames' famous logo recieved a CG makeover.

1989-1990 (ITV)

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Designer:  English & Pockett
Typography:  Palatino
Launched:  Unknown

1990–1992

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Having lost the weekday London Channel 3 licence in 1992 and replaced by Carlton, Thames Television continued as an independent production company.

1990-1991 (ITV)

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External links

ABC Television (UK)
Rediffusion
Thames Television
Carlton (ITV franchise)
Thames (production company)
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