This logo was announced in 1947 for the channel launch in 1948. However, there were no alternates and this logo was shown in its black and white form during color broadcasts.
The channel had no broadcast between 1973 and 1975 due to a power outrage that occured around the headquarters of the channel which were however separate from the headquarters of GTV (today's EVB1).
EVB2 (first era)
Second Channel came back on December 31, 1975 as EVB2 and resumed broadcasting at 3pm after the end of the 2-year long power outage.
Second Channel was rebranded to EVB two on October 2, 1977, the day after EVB1 renamed to EVB One. The on-screen logo was same as EVB one (known today as EVB1)'s logo, but frequently shown at top right. It is hidden during news programs, just like EVB one.
EVB2 (second era)
This logo launched on the bottom right corner of the screen in 2000, and moved to top right in 2005, as EVB1's logo. It was all white until 2007, when in 2007, it became a little transparent and moved to top left, and changed to 16:9 format.
This logo is the former EVB2 logo. It was revealed on April 18, 2010, when, two months later, the old white logos were replaced by these logos. The "EVB" wordmark was unchanged.
EVB2 also got the new color: red. When the 2000-2010 logo was used, it was unknown will EVB2 keep green or get a new color.
In February 1st, 2014, 6 days before the opening of the 2014 Winter Olympics, EVB unveiled new logos for the channels, to distinguish from making parodies and make the future for EVB. The logo keeps the same fonts, but the squares were removed, making the logo look different from the previous. The logo above debuts on March 3, 2014, at the start of the EVB's spring 2014 schedule.
On July 24, 2017, as EVB and GRT are merging to form GBS, this also included a rebrand of all EVB branded assets to GBS branded ones. EVB2, as all other channels, will rebrand to GBS2 on September 4, 2017.