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Voice of YinYangia Primary Domestic Service

1999-2000

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2000-2006

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On January 15, 2000, VOY's Primary Domestic Service changed their color scheme to blue, black, and white, to distinguish itself from its sisters.

YBC Radio 1

2006-2010

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After the merger of National Television Corporation and Voice of YinYangia on January 1, 2006, Voice of YinYangia ceased domestic services and their domestic channels were separated. Voice of YinYangia Primary Domestic Service was renamed to YBC Radio 1.

Due to being a YinYangiese-language radio channel, it used the YinYangiese acronym instead of the regular English one.

2010-present

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On May 10, 2010, the logo was changed. The YinYangiese acronym was replaced with the English one to match its sisters. The English name, "Radio 1", was added at the top. It also features color-inverted triangles above and below the diamonds, which became the sole radio branding logo of YBC.

VTE YinYangian Broadcasting Corporation
Terrestrial television channels
Channel One (Other) | Channel Two (Other) | Ang Ikatlo (Other) | Putonghua Pindao (Other) | News TV (Other) | YBC-PTV (Other)

Satellite and cable
Kids Channel (Other) | Nippon Channel (Other) | YBC doQ (Other) | YBC Zweye (Other)
Radio channels
YBC Radio 1 | YBC Radio 2 | Shouyinji 3 | Rajio Yon
International media
YBC YinYangia (Other) | Voice of YinYangia


Former entities
Toralaq Broadcasting Corporation | Voice of YinYangia | National Television Corporation
Former/defunct assets
Tawzihila Community Television (Tawzihila) | NKTV Hanzhuan (Hanzhuan) | 7Saho (Presiaa) | City 12 (Mou'Xhan) | CTV (Changda)


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