The Hosonian version of Nickelodeon debuted on January 7, 1982 as Pinwheel. The show "Pinwheel" aired on Nickelodeon until 1993.
In 1983, they unveiled the new name of the channel. On July 16, 1984; the new logo went on air in TV. This logo was kept until 1987. As for the Top of the Hour idents, they made customs for 1988 and 1989. Top of the Hour 1990 and 1991 were unchanged. Nickelodeon did not use the splat as their main focus until 1993. By then, they began to air Rugrats and Doug. You Can't Do That on Television began in 1986, and went until 1992.
In 1995, they discontinued the mouse, then went for the splat. They also went for WAY more other designs. The logo from 1987 was continued to be used all the way until 2010. The logo also had just the "Nick" text for 6 years before changing back to Nickelodeon on March 27, 2010. Just a few days before July 2014, Nickelodeon Hosona, was rebranded to NickHosona. On November 3, 2018; Nickelodeon and its sister channels rebranded once again with the old logo. On November 8, 2018; NickHosona was once again rebranded, this time back to Nickelodeon.
Nickelodeon (first era)