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1989–1991 1991–1995 1995–2000 2000–2004
1989–1991 1991–1995 1995–2000 2000–2004
2004–2009 2009–2012 2012–2020 (brand), 2012–2015 (main channel) 2020-present
2004–2009 2009–2012 2012–2020 (brand), 2012–2015 (main channel) 2020-present

TV1000 (first era)

1989–1991

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TV1000 was launched in November 1989 from Kinnevik Group to compete against FilmNet for Viasat (MTG).

1991–1995

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This basic logo would remain on the air in many incarnations for almost two decades (18 years, from 1991-2009).

TV1000/TV1000 CINEMA

1995–2000

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In 1995, TV1000 added a sister channel to compete as well on the cable network against the movie channel FilmNet and acted sometimes as a timeshift channel for TV1000. The new channel got the name TV1000 Cinema (also known as Cinema).

Viasat TV1000/Viasat TV1000 CINEMA

2000–2004

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Around the turn of the millennium, the channels added a circle with the word "Viasat" on its logos. In late 2000, TV1000 and TV1000 Cinema (Cinema) added 6 channels with 4 of them as timeshifts channels: TV1000 1, TV1000 2, TV1000 3 and CINEMA 1, CINEMA 2, CINEMA 3.

Viasat TV1000 (second era)

2004–2008

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TV1000 went through a major overhaul on September 1, 2004, when TV1000 1,2,3 and Cinema 1,2,3 were rebranded to TV1000, TV1000 Plus One, TV1000 Family, TV1000 Action, TV1000 Nordic and TV1000 Classic, respectively.

The logo remained mostly unchanged; however, its colours were fine-tuned. New idents were created by the Bristol-based company Olaus Roe.

2008-2009

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In May 2008, Viasat launched TV1000 HD - their first pan-Nordic HD movie channel - in order to promote the Viasat HD platform in Scandinavia, which by this time was available in the Nordics.

The main channel TV1000 was also replaced with TV1000 HD in 2008, but later in the same year, TV1000 was relaunched.

2009–2010

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A new logo was introduced in Scandinavia on February 16, 2009, & in Eastern Europe on December 8, 2009. The new look was produced by Design for Media and Communication.

On December 8, 2009 TV1000 launched a new channel TV1000 Drama.

2010-2012

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On August 1, 2010 TV1000’s timeshift channel TV1000 +1 (Plus One) was closed down.

TV1000 channels in 2012 right before the Viasat Film rebranding:

Viasat Film

2012–2014

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In March 2012, TV1000 Scandinavia was rebranded to Viasat Film, while the CIS and Baltic countries retained the old name. (See also: TV1000 (East))


TV1000 channels that were rebranded to Viasat Film in 2012:


2014-2015

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Viasat Film Nordic was replaced by Viasat Film Comedy in 2014.


2015-2017

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The main channel Viasat Film, Viasat Film Drama and Viasat Film Classic was rebranded to Viasat Film Premiere, Viasat Series and Viasat Film Hits respectively in 2015.



2017-2020

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Viasat Film Comedy was merged with Viasat Film Family in 2017.

Viasat Film was rebranded as V Film on June 1, 2020 after Viasat merged with Canal Digital (Satellite) to Allente.


Viasat Film channels in 2020 right before the V Film rebranding:

V Film

2020-present

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V Film was launched on June 1, 2020, replacing the Viasat Film brand.


Viasat Film channels that were rebranded to V Film in 2020:


V Film channels:


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