Venevisión (Spanish pronunciation: beneβiˈsjon) is a Venezuelan free-to-air television channel and one of Venezuela's largest television networks, owned by Gustavo Cisneros. In the United States, many of Venevisión's popular programs can be seen on Univision.
Venevisión was founded on February 27, 1961 as a producer of Venezuela. However, in March 1961, Venevisión's television channel was introduced.
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.
In 1970, Venevisión introduced its now iconic "V" logo, with the same print logo as the 1961 logo.
In 1974, Venevisión modified the previous logo and was used gray light color instead of the black one.
Venevisión changed to a microphone version of the previous logo in 1979.
In 1981 Venevisión was used a shadow logo.
A modification of the Venevisión logo has the same as the 1981-1985 logo.
Venevisión changed to a gold version of the previous logo and introduced a more three-dimensional look in 1988.
The gold symbol was introduced within the final of the 1980s decade.
The original gold logo, used from January 1, 1995 to December 31, 2000.
On January 1, 2001, Venevisión unveiled a new logo.
A modification of the 2001 logo was launched from 2005 to December 31, 2006.
On January 1, 2007, Venevisión introduced a new wordmark, named "venevision" and returned to the original logo.
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