Not to be confused with Today (United States).


Contents

1982–1984 1984–1986 1986–1989 1989–1998 1998–2001 2001–2004
1982–1984 1984–1986 1986–1989 1989–1998 1998–2001 2001–2004
 
2004–2012 2012–2016 2016–2019 2019–2020 2020–present  
2004–2012 2012–2016 2016–2019 2019–2020 2020–present


The National Today Show

1982–1984

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Today

1984–1986

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1986–1989

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1989–1998

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1998–2001

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2001–2004

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2004–2012

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2012–present

2012–2016

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Today unveiled a new logo and set on 30 January 2012, in which viewers noted that this logo was strikingly similar to rival Seven Network program Sunrise.

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2016–2019

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The Today logo received an update along with a new on-air package in February 2016. This may be because of changes to Nine's on-air refresh which began around November 2015 and may possibly also be in response to similar changes to Sunrise.

2019–2020

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Following the departure of Karl Stefanovic in 2018, Nine restructured the show for the new year. In doing so, they hired new presenters, changed its on-air presentation and along with it came a new logo. This took effect on 14 January 2019.

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2020–present

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Following Stefanovic's return in 2020, Nine once again restructured the show in 2020 with, this time, new on-air presentation.

See also


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