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Channel 1 (Latin America)Edit
Oebo Local Edit
Oebo Local was an TV Channel that started on May 1, 2002.
It merged into CBJ2 in 2017.
CBJ Adventure SaturdayEdit
CBJ Super SaturdayEdit
CBJ Saturday KidEdit
CBJ Family KidsEdit
Disney's One Saturday Morning on CBJEdit
Nick on CBJEdit
Kids' WB on CBJEdit
Qubo on CBJEdit
CBJ Kids Jr.Edit
Family Kids ChannelEdit
Paramount Family ChannelEdit
TBS Family ChannelEdit
TBS Kids JrEdit
DBC Kids Jr.Edit
2012-2016 (channel); 2012-present (programme)Edit
- Disney Channel on TBS Kids
- Disney Junior on TBS Kids Jr.
- Hub Network on DBC Kids
2013-2016 (Japan), 2016 (Canada and UK)Edit
The Apple Edit
2006-2017 (United States), 2007-2014 (United Kingdom) Edit
2014-2017 (United Kingdom) Edit
Kitty Network Edit
Kitty Channel Edit
On September 7th, 2015, Kitty Channel introduced a new logo and a new rebrand. In 2016, Leopard Holdings bought out Oebo Enterprises and Kitty Channel became Cannon 2.
Double Oebo Edit
G4 2 Edit
In May 2002 Universal Entertainment Bought This Channel to make G4 2
G4 Version 2 Edit
G4 Build 02 Edit
Oebo 2 Edit
Oebo O2 Edit
WYYS-TV (branded as The Youth Entertainment and Sports Network or Yesnet) is a commercial-free independent television station located in Daytona Beach, FL, and serves the Orlando area, which also offers a national superstation feed of WYYS-TV as a basic cable channel branded as Yesnet. It broadcast on channel 47 as a semi-affiliate of MyTV2 and is operated by Fortner Digital Media Properties and is owned by Yesnet Corporation.
March 1965 - August 1987; August 1995 - July 2002Edit
In the early years, WYYS was ad-supported, it was owned by Young Broadcasting and branded as the Young Entertainment and Sports Network, but in late-1967, WYYS was sold to KTYS Television Inc. (now known as KIVO Television Group) and converting from an ad-supported station to an commercial-free station. The network ran 23 hours a day.
In May 1973, WYYS begins 24 hour schedule.
In June 1973, WYYS was begin broadcast 24 hours a day.
Also in 1981, WYYS changes its format from general entertainment/sports to youth entertainment/sports and changes its name to The Youth Entertainment and Sports Network.
In August 1995, in order to broadcast Bananas in Pajamas this fall, WYYS revived the 1965 logo with a brand new on-air look and with new graphics by jcbD. The announcers changed from Beau Weaver to Mark Elliot in 1996 but Beau continues voicing station ID's and news opens for WYYS until June 1998.
August 1987 - September 1989Edit
In August of 1987, WYYS launches a new logo, and a new graphics package by tvBD.
September 1989 - August 1995Edit
In 1989, when WYYS begin airing Eureeka's Castle, we changed its logo to its multi color logo, but with a new look and a new in-house graphics package, but the announcers changed from Charlie Van Dyke to Beau Weaver, but Charlie continues voicing station ID's and news opens for WYYS until June 1992.
September 1995 - 1997Edit
In 1995, the rebranding is yes, is in a ITC Avant Garde, used in tadem with the 1995 version of the 1965 logo until 1997.
January 1997 - July 2002Edit
In 1997, WYYS launched a new logo, as they had a giant skylines and under the logo "YES TELEVISION NETWORK" is in a Handel Gothic font, the 1997 logo is used in tadem with the 1995 logo until July 2002.
July 2002 - April 2007Edit
In July of 2002, when WYYS becomes the new home of Nick Jr, we introduced a new logo, a new slogan, and a new graphics package by VDO and tvBD, and a new custom music package by Edd Kalehoff.
April 2007 - June 2008Edit
In April 2007, when WYYS begin airing Noggin programming, Family Feud and Merv Griffin's Crosswords, we changed its logo to a generic blue logo along with a new on-air look and begin using new graphics by VDO, but with a new slogan: "Yes it's for youth".
June 2008 - March 2012Edit
As WYYS begin broadcasting shows from PBS Kids Sprout in June 2008, it launched a modernized version of 2002 Logo, along with new graphics from VDO, and the announcers changed from Mark Elliot to Jim Culter, but Mark continues voicing station ID's and news opens for WYYS until June 2009.
March - November 2012Edit
As part of WYYS' Spring Break Weekend, on March 2012, WYYS begin using the logo imported from the YES Network and with a new music package from 615 Music.
November 2012-January 2015Edit
In November 2012, when WYYS begin broadcasting in HD and launched on VOD, we launched a new logo, new branding, and a new WYYS version of the Nine Network's 2002 graphics package and custom music package with a new slogan: "Get on".
In 2017, WYYS-TV became the first television station to be merged to form a television channel, in this case being MyTV 2. YesNet, the cable channel, became more independent as a channel.
Locomotion (USA; revived)Edit
Locomotion was a TV Channel that airing cartoons and live action shows:
1997-2000: Wanna be a next cartoon?
2000-2006: My awesome cartoon channel.
2006-2007: The Homework-Free Zone.
2007-2010: Bad Guys? No! No! No!
2010-2017: It's on!
2014-2015: Super Duper Cool, right?
2011-2012, 2013-2014 Edit
MatchGo was an television channel which aired shows from Match, Sat.1 (K031) (now Yo), Smatch and K031PN, it launched on June 1, 2007.
Mommy Channel is a channel for mothers and family.
Bachmann Mommy ChannelEdit
In 1996, Guide+ was launched as a UK program guide.
Programme Guide NetworkEdit
Program Guide NetworkEdit
In 2000, Programme Guide Network changed his activities to USA.
In 2014, Bachmann Holdings revealed the new name of PGN.
A Kids NetworkEdit
A Kids Network started in the 1994 as a block on The A Network and in the 1996 as a TV Channel
When Atv Laugh was rebranded in 2006, Atv Kids was rebranded as well.
This logo was used until 9th March 2010.
In January 2017, A Kids was merged to become the British version of MyTV 2 after acquisition by Crystal Entertainment.
Sonic Studios Network Edit
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KIVO Superstation 37Edit
KEFL-TV is a commercial-free, viewer supported, fully funded, non-PBS membered public television station in Benton, Arkansas affiliated with The CW Television Network and broadcasts on channel 8. It is owned by KEFL Broadcasting Corporation, which is a non-profit fully funded division of Polar Night Benton Studios as part of the six station television network, and offers a variety of uninterrupted programming including edited and commercial-free broadcasts of barter syndicated programming and CW network shows (which is also commercial-free), along with educational, drama, fine arts, and how-to programs, preschool shows under the 8 Jr strand, and shows for teens under the CW 8 Teen Zone strand. Originally the station was affiliated with CBS until 1971 (moved to WGB-TV), NBC until 1994 (moved to KNBA-TV), and UPN until 1997 (moved to KCER-TV; now a independent station), and also, KEFL-TV was a independent public television station until 2005 when The WB moved from KUAB to that station.
June 1945-July 1997Edit
The 1994 logo was primary used of which KEFL-TV was an interim independent station and secondary is Prime Time Entertainment Network until 1995 when the station becomes affiliated with the United Paramount Network. The logo branding is "UPN 8 KEFL".
July 1997-August 2004Edit
In 1997, KEFL-TV dropped its UPN affiliation (sending the network to KCER-TV) and becomes a independent station, and it offered a new schedule including shows from American Program Service (now American Public Television), and expanding its 8 Jr offerings to nine hours a day (previously five hours) and also to Saturday and Sunday mornings.
KHBO-TV and KCMX-TV are co-owned KEFL with Home Box Office.
In 2012, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! was moved from KCER-TV to KEFL-TV.
KWSB-TV is a commercial-free independent television station located in Polar Night Benton Studios and serves the Little Rock area as part of the centralcasting-based KIVO Network. It operates on channel 18 and is owned by Polar Night Benton Studios which also owns flagship station KIVO-TV and other stations across the US. KWSB-TV offers a family-friendly programming format with a variety of news, talk, sports, movies, cartoons, preschool favorites, documentaries, and great family entertainment. Originally the station was owned by Jacksonville Television Inc., Kaiser Broadcasting, Field Communications, KWSB Television Inc. and KIVO Television Group.
KEXZ Broadcasting was acquired 20% by CBS Corporation in 1997.
In 2005, DirecTV bought a 20% stake in KWSB-TV. Thus, KWSB-TV becomes a DirecTV affiliate and rebranded itself as "DIRECTV 18".
2014-2017EditKDLD-TV (channel 15) and other KIVO-owned stations, KWSB remain becomes a independent station and returning the branding as "KWSB 18" and offers a new family-friendly programming lineup with little and older kids all day, and families all night on 18.1, along with a general entertainment format under the branding "18+" on 18.2, a VOD-powered general entertainment channel under the branding "18Xtra" on 18.3, and a 24-hour preschool channel under the branding "18 Jr." on 18.4, along with new standardized graphics seen for all KIVO-owned television stations, a new music package for KWSB-TV is "The X Package" by Gari Media Group, and a new bigger always-on ticker which is a first for a television station.
WVHS-TV is a commercial-free television station serving Rochester, New York and was a sister station of WOHR-TV. It is part of the centralcasting-based KIVO Network, owned and operated by Polar Night Benton Studios and broadcast on channel 24 and offers a family-friendly entertainment programming format with preschool/kids/teens/family shows.
KDLD-TV is a DirecTV-affiliated television station that serves the Pine Bluff and Little Rock, Arkansas market which begins broadcasting in 1950 by Nancy Smith as KVJB-TV until 1969. It broadcasts commercial-free on channel 15 as part of KIVO Network's centralcasting service and is owned and operated by Polar Night Benton Studios, it offers DirecTV satellite programming and local programming produced for the station. Originally KDLD-TV was a independent station (branded as 15 Country from 1990 to 1994 and Local 15 from 1995 to 2005) until 1994 when KDLD becomes affiliated with DirecTV and again until 2005 when KDLD rejoins DirecTV.
It was based on the NBC-TV Microphone logo.
It was based on the NBC-TV Chimes logo.
It was based on the WGBH-TV logo.
It was based on the 1982 KTLA logo.
It was based on the Chevolet "Heartbeat of America" slogan logo and still based on the 1982 KTLA logo.
It was based on the 1994 DirecTV logo and still based on the 1982 KTLA logo.
It was based on the mid-90's WICD logo.
The enhanced version of the 1995 logo features a purple/red combo ("Local" on the purple rectangle and "KDLD" on the red rectangle) and "15" in a wide version of the Friz Quadrata Bold font.
It was based on the 2004 DirecTV logo, but the "15" portion is still based on the enhanced 2003 logo for KDLD-TV.
It was based on the 2011 DirecTV logo.
The current logo was based on the 2015 DirecTV logo to matching its logo as a part of DirecTV branding.
WHRK launched in 1957, but until 1982, didn't have a logo. Instead, it opted for the call sign in Helvetica. It was affiliated with Cartoon Network and Boomerang until 2017, but once had Jetix as a secondary affiliate.
In 1992, WHRK became an affiliate of Cartoon Network.
In 1997, WHRK added back the hurricane as part of the Powerhouse rebrand. A similar logo with the "WHRK" text stylized in Jetix's font instead of Cartoon Network's was used for Jetix from 2004-2009.
In 2004, with the launch of the City era WHRK switched to this cube. Due to a bug, the cube can't be seen. In 2009, WHRK refused to affiliate with Disney XD, so Boomerang became their secondary affiliate.
In 2010, with Cartoon Network's switch to Check It, WHRK switched back to their 1992 logo.
After they launched Nawmal Network in 2016, Sam A. Webster and Chance S. are also launching NMAL-TV (also known as YourNawmal20), a local television station which can be found in Channel 13, and is owned and operated by Nawmal Network Corporation (located in Nawmalland, Colorado), the same company that owned Nawmal Network.
In June 2016, Nawmal Media merged to Glass and A Half Full Networks.
KIVO Network (formerly KIVO Superstation) is a commercial-free cable/satellite television network that operates as a national superstation feed of station-turned-broadcasting departments owned and headquartered at Polar Night Benton Studios in Benton, Arkansas and is similar in style to the former A&E and TLC and has a centralcasting network of six television stations. It is owned by Polar Night Inc and broadcasts nationally via satellite. KIVO Network airs comedy, drama, mystery, documentary, educational, and fine arts programming as well as simulcasts of KIVO-TV's local programming such as KIVO 37 NewsEdge, The Morning Express, and others.
KIVO Superstation along with six television stations merged to form KIVO Network, forming a centralcasting network of six stations including KEFL-TV, KWSB-TV, KDLD-TV, WHRK-TV, NMAL-TV, and its flagship station KIVO-TV. In February 2017, AT&T and Turner Broadcasting System opted in to acquire 30% of the network. The acquisition is to be finished by 2018.
Mini MyTV was a commercial-free broadcast and cable/satellite television network owned by Polar Night Benton Studios.
In 2015, QUAD was renamed as "NRJ Plus" under the slogan "Hit Music Only".
PlayStation Home (TV channel) Edit
Youth7/The Seven Edit
Julie was an entertainment and lifestyle channel.
Mini MyTV is a commercial-free broadcast and cable/satellite television network and a multiplex channel of MyTV Music & Family that targeted preschoolers and infants, and offers a variety of animation, live action, and puppetry programming for little kids that comes from around the world along with new original programming produced exclusively for the channel, some of which were broadcast from KIVO-TV's McCain Mall studios in Sherwood. It is owned by Polar Night Benton Studios, and is also carried on all Polar Night-owned commercial-free television stations nationwide, either as a programming block on some stations or a 24-hour channel depending on the station your watching.
Background: Xtranormal shut down over the past 2 years and so does Xtranormal Network. But, when Nawmal launched with the first of its products (including NawmalMAKE, which is available now, and 2 other products, NawmalEDU, which will come out December 2015, and NawmalFUN, which will come out in 2016), Sam A. Webster and Chance S. decided to relaunch Xtranormal Network under the name "Nawmal Network". Sam A. Webster and Chance S. own a new television network conglomerate called Nawmal Network Corporation (a corporation which owned two networks: a cable network named Nawmal Network, and a local television station named NMAL-TV (also known as YourNawmal20).
In 2015,, the corporation merged into A Glass And A Half Full Networks, which, in turn, merged into Polar Night Inc.
Xtranormal Network Edit
Nawmal Network Edit
Prototype logo Edit
In 2015, Nawmal Media merged to Glass and A Half Full Networks and, shortly after, GAHFN was acquired by Leopard Holdings through 2 Ways Cannon Media Group.
This logo was designed by Salovaara + Kukkonen Group Austin to celebrate Do's 10th anniversary.
MyTV Music & FamilyEdit
MyTV Music & Family (formerly QUAD until 2015 and NRJ Plus until 2016) is a commercial-free television network owned by Fortner Digital Media Properties, and broadcasting thru affiliated stations nationwide from KIVO-TV's Sherwood studios at McCain Mall. Since it is a commercial-free broadcast network that targets young adults and their families, MyTV Music & Family offers educational, entertainment, and music programming for kids, teens, and families along with live action sports programming produced by MyTV Sports under the "SportsZone" brand, live music concerts, and a late-afternoon/early-evening music and entertainment program produced by MyTV News and KIVO-TV named "MusicScene Live!".
Due to naming conversion the same channel operated by LDEJRuff, KIVO rebranded it as "NRJ Plus" in 2015 until the channel's merger with numerous channels and relaunch as "MyTV Music & Family".
In 2017, MyTV Music & Family's management bought out Coop's TV channel operations in Hungary, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Sweden.
MyTV News and other in-house production departments have merged to form MyTV Productions in March 2017.
MyTV 2 became the streaming service Polar Play, which simulcasts shows from its library through it's affiliated stations WYYS-TV, KWSB-TV, KEFL-TV, KDLD-TV, WHRK and WVHS-TV. They were sold with KIVO-TV to KB Broadcasting in April 2017.
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