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1961–1966 1966–1970 1970–present
1961–1966 1966–1970 1970–present

Venevisión (Spanish pronunciation: beneβiˈsjon) and formerly known until 2007 as VENEVISION)) is a Venezuelan free-to-air television channel and one of Venezuela's largest television networks, owned by Gustavo Cisneros. The network has a presence in the USA as being one of their most popular markets to distribute their international channels.

1961–1966

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Venevisión was founded on February 27, 1961 as a producer of Venezuela after replacing Televisión Independiente, S.A. However, in March 1961, Venevisión's television channel was introduced.  

1966–1970

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In 1966, the word "Corporación Venezolana de Televisión" was dropped from the logo. This is the only Venevisión logo to not use its "V" design until 2007.

1970–present

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In 1970, Venevisión introduced its now iconic "V and crest" logo, with the same as the 1961 logo, an initial letter over the laurels. This was the iconic logo for the then-emerging network as it expanded through a icon in Venezuelan history.

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Televisa (Venezuela)
Venevisión