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Revision as of 19:56, May 5, 2020

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

Contents

USA Network logo original USA Network 1996 USA Network SVG USA Network 2004 USA Network 2005
1980–1996 1996–1999 1999–2003 2003–2005 2005–present

Madison Square Garden Network

1971-1980

[[File:Msgn.png]

Madison Square Garden was originally established in 1971 as Madison Square Garden Network.

1980–1996

USA Network logo original

USA Network launched on April 9, 1980. This logo has a red "USA" with a blue "NETWORK" below. A one-color version was used as well.

1996–1999

USA Network 1996

A new look for the USA Network was introduced in June 1996. A blue star was added into the logo and a new typeface was introduced.

1999–2003

USA Network SVG

2003–2005

USA Network 2004

This less complicated logo only has five red stripes, instead of seven, as well as a different typeface. This logo was introduced in 2003, and was the shortest-lived, being used for only two years.

2005–present

USA Network 2005

In 2005, the USA network was rebranded with a completely new logo and the new tagline "Characters Welcome". The rebrand was unveiled on June 20 and launched onto screens on July 8 for the season premiere of Monk. In April 2016, USA Network dropped the "Characters Welcome" tagline, replacing it with "We the Bold", and has since downplayed its on air usage of "Network".


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