Zee Marathi is the oldest and most popular Marathi-language general entertainment channel (GEC). It was launched in 1999 as Alpha TV Marathi, in line with Zee’s other regional-language channels at the time (i.e., Alpha TV Bangla, Telugu, Gujarati and Punjabi, of which the last two are defunct), and renamed to Zee Marathi in 2005. A secondary Marathi GEC, Zee Yuva, was launched in 2016.
Alpha TV Marathi
1999–2005The channel was launched on 15 August 1999.
The Zee network introduced a new set of logos on 28 March 2005; therefore, Alpha TV Marathi rebranded to Zee Marathi with a new logo.
A new logo was introduced on 19 June 2011 along with the other Zee channels. In this period, the slogan was Mi Marathi. Zee Marathi (My Marathi. Zee Marathi.).
Zee Marathi HD
The word HD was written in the same style as the other HD logos of the Zee network (except Zee Cinema HD), with a gap on top of the D, but in a much thicker font.
1 January–15 October 2017
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The gap in the top right corner of the ‘Z’ was closed and the swoosh within it was modified. This was also done by all other Zee channels and properties.
15 October 2017–present
Zee Marathi changed its logo along with the rest of the Zee network on 15 October 2017. The purple-and-orange graphics package from 2014 was unchanged, and remains to this day.
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