ETV One is a Euro Republican TV channel
- 1 Euro Republics Television
- 2 ETV1 (first era)
- 3 ERTV 1
- 4 ERTV One
- 5 ER1
- 6 ERTV 1 (second era)
- 7 ETV 1 (second era)
- 8 ETV One
Euro Republics Television
ETV1 (first era)
In 1984, ERTV 1 introduced a computerized version of the “Glass Ball” replacing the mechanical version after twelve years.
In 1990, ERTV One ditched the glass ball altoghether, introducing a new set of idents, feauturing Euro Republican people tapping the screen, which reveals the ERTV One logo.
On November 8, 1992, ERTV One officially rebranded as ER1. The new idents included the square icon placed in different areas of the Euro Republics. The new idents were designed by British agency Lambie-Nairn.
ERTV 1 (second era)
In August 1993, after pay TV service ET1 complained ER1 sounded too similar to their name, ERTV announced that it would revert the name back to it’s past one beginning September 13. The 1992 idents remianed with the new logo overlayed over the old one.
ETV 1 (second era)
At midnight on January 1st 2000, ETV1 offically rebranded during 2000 Today was aired, the moment the countdown ended, the screen bug at the bottom right switched to this logo. This logo would remain until 2010.
On December 21, 2018, ETV One, changed it’s logo again, as part of a refresh for the whole group, and also included ETV Two, Max, Kids, CETV, PETV, News, Sports, Movies and French.
In 2020, ETV 1 rebranded with a new look matching that of ABC1’s idents from 2011. The deal was announced after a multi-year deal with MGM Holdings (shared with EuroMedia), Village Roadshow, Paramount Pictures (movies only) and United International Pictures.