Spanish International Network
Univision originally began in 1962 as the Spanish International Network, with KCOR-TV (channel 41; now KWEX-DT) in San Antonio and KMEX-TV (channel 34) in Los Angeles, forming the cornerstone of the network.
In 1987, Spanish International Network rebranded as Univision, after the network became owned under a joint venture between Hallmark Cards and Mexican broadcaster Televisa; its logo at the time, was similar in resemblance to the logo used by Televisa, who distributes much of its programming for broadcast on Univision in the United States.
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Univision unveiled a new look on January 8, 1989. The logo was on-air from July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989. This logo served as a placeholder for the then upcoming logo that came out later.
Univision unveiled a new look on October 15, 1989. The logo was on-air from January 1, 1990 to December 31, 2012. This logo was designed by Chermayeff & Geismar.
On October 17, 2012, Univision unveiled a new look, which debuted on-air on January 1, 2013. The new logo shares the multicolored quadrant design of the previous logo (which had been used since January 1990), but now resembles a three-dimensional heart to represent its new slogan, "El latido del corazón hispano de Estados Unidos" ("The Hispanic Heartbeat of the United States"). The revised logo's new three-dimensional shape was intended to represent Univision's recent growth as a "360-degree", multi-platform media company, while its seamless form represented the unity of Hispanic cultures. This logo was designed by Wolff Olins.
On January 29, 2019, Univision updated its logo used 6 years ago with a flat gradient design.
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