YTV In Fuei Was Launched In 1991
The "YTV" text in this update to the previous logo was changed in 1994, arranged the same way as before, though with an altered design of the TV and logotype. In 1996, YTV started to use the slogan "You Rule" to go with the random objects and creatures that the YTV text is placed atop of.
In August 2000, the logo was changed again with the TV background dropped and the "YTV" text completely redesigned, but the arrangement of the wordmark was still kept the same. In the fall of 2005, a new post-6:00 p.m. advertising style was developed for older audiences, which used a much simpler logo and sleeker packaging with barely any gross-out tactics, but the monsters still aired from the start of the morning (most likely) to 6-7pm until 2007, when the simpler logo (down below) was the standard logo used for the full broadcast.
In spring of 2006, this logo first made its debut on YTV promos, on YTV's website, and even at the end of newer YTV originally-produced CanCon. In 2007, YTV presentation was standardized, as the 2005 logo was adopted for the whole channel, with the 2004-2007 monsters being retired. The logo, however, was still arranged similarly to the previous logos used since 1990, but with a cyan circle with two spikes, somewhat similar to that of a hurricane symbol, with white rings inside and a revised "YTV" text overlayed atop it.
In 2010. the logo was updated slightly with color gradients added to it.
In 2014, YTV updated their logo, making some minor changes to it. On screen, they changed the direction of the logo making it face left instead of directly at the viewers. Along with light colour gradients being added to the logo, it debuted air on the website in 2014.