Not to be confused with Central Television.
For other related logos and images, see:
The network's logo has been long evolved since the network's creation in 1957. Its first logo was believed to be a symbol of the St. Lawrence river, and features the word Central down below, set in a custom font. Unfortunately, the logo had been lost and mostly only exists in private collections.
Aki Lines (1967)
Believed to be inspired from CBS, this logo would later be used by Austrian TV network ORF two years later. Despite the long usage of this logo, the network also expanded to become one of the leading television channels in the United States.
Troika Design Group
Museo Sans (alternate)
In 2011, Central changed its longtime "Eye" logo to a version similar to TV Avisen. This is changed so to avoid a lawsuit from CBS. All versions below are used by its affiliates.
|V • T • E The Pierre Péladeau Company|
|Television networks/channels: Central Television Network | Télévision réseau de central | NewsWorld | Avant Garde Network
Other assets: | Voyager Cable | MediaPages | Archambault | The Norwich Times | Le Journal de Ville de Toad | Central Books | Quebecor Media Book Group | Distribution Select | QMI Agency | Mario Kart Television (co-owned with Koopa Troop Communications) | Central Radio | Radio réseau de central
Predecessors: Quebecor Media
1 WRRK is owned by RKO, but is programmed and operated by P. Peladeau under a Shared Services Agreement.
Headquarters: Montreal, Quebec, Canada