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UCSTV 1959 UCSTV 1961 UCSTV 1963 UCSTV 1971 UCSTV 1977 UCSTV 1986 2 UCSTV 1991
1959-1961 1961-1963 1963-1971 1971-1977 1977-1986 1986-1991 1991-1997


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Red UCS 1997 Red UCS 2003 El Once UCS El Once 2009 El Once
1997-2003 2003-2009 2009 2009-2014 2014-present


El Once (English: The Eleven), formerly known as Red UCS and Universidad Católica de Surodecia Televisión, is one of the Surodecian major television networks, being owned and operated by the Surodecian media company Mundo Once Media. The network is headquartered in Borvis, Eritía, with major production facilities and operations in Borvis and Acora, Acora.

Universidad Católica de Surodecia Televisión

1959-1961

UCSTV 1959

In July 1st, 1959, El Once was launched as Universidad Católica de Surodecia Televisión, known by its acronyms UCS Televisión and UCS TV. UCS Televisión was fully-owned and operated by the Pontifical Catholic University of Surodecia until 2008.

1961-1971

1961-1963

UCSTV 1961

1963-1971

UCSTV 1963

1971-1977

UCSTV 1971

In June 28th, 1971, UCS Televisión introduced its new logo designed by a Surodecian logo designer Juan Carlos Díaz.

1977-1986

UCSTV 1977

In March 28th, 1977, when color broadcasting started, UCS Televisión updated its logo. The design was modified and inspired by the Neurcasian television network Independent Broadcasting System (IBS)'s logo. This logo was the same design as the screen of the colours of the spectrum, with the former logo now only used as one-color variant. The logo was designed by the graphical department of UCS Televisión.

1986-1997

UCSTV 1986

The logo without its "TELEVISIÓN" wordmark was used as the secondary logo of UCS Televisión.

1986-1991

UCSTV 1986 2

In 1986, UCS Televisión slightly modified its logo. The screen was turned into the ring, which makes nearly similar to IBS' logo. Its idents were produced by B&M Producciones S.A.

1991-1997

UCSTV 1991

In 1991, its "TELEVISIÓN" wordmark was moved to bottom of the logo and its font was changed. The new branding was designed by Renaissance Studios S.A.

Red UCS

1997-2009

1997-2003

Red UCS 1997

In March 31th, 1997, UCS Televisión was renamed Red UCS (English: UCS Network) and updated its logo into a new three-dimensional design. Red UCS also introduced a new slogan, El Canal Que Ves (English: The Channel That You Watch). The Emissora Independente-inspired logo and branding were designed by Renaissance Studios S.A., who designed the 1991 logo.

2003-2009

Red UCS 2003

In 2003, its logo was slightly updated.

El Once UCS

2009

El Once UCS

In 2008, Grupo El Mundo acquired 60% shares of Red UCS, formerly one of the owners of TVC. In March 30th, 2009, Red UCS was rebranded as El Once UCS and introduced its new logo and its new slogan, Sea Feliz (English: Be Happy). The new logo dropped its spectrum colorscheme, but 4 colored versions were also introduced instead of it. The new name, El Once was came from its own channel frequency.

El Once

2009-present

2009-2014

El Once 2009

In June 1st, 2009, El Once UCS dropped the longest-used "UCS" name for the first time and renamed to El Once.

2014-present

El Once

In March 31st, 2014, following its 55th anniversary and the rebrand of Mundo Once Media, El Once updated its logo into a new flat design. El Once added back its spectrum color scheme from its logos used between 1977 and 2009. The logo and branding were designed by Galaxia Visual S.A.

Broadcast television networks in Surodecia
Nationwide broadcast major networks:
TVS1 | Red | El Once | Surovisión | Telas | Telenueva

Nationwide broadcast minor networks:
TVS2 | U | Más TV | La Tele | Prima | TVC | Ozteca Surodecia | Telenueva+


Nationwide speciality channels:
TVS24 | TVS Kids | Surovisión Info | Surovisión Xtra | Surovisión Max | Canal Fútbol | NTV | Sportcanal | | El 24 | El Financiero TV


Regional stations:
Borvis: TVS1 | Red | El Once | Surovisión | Telas | TVC | Telenueva | Telequince
Acora: TVS1 | Acoravisión | Surovisión | El Once | Telas | Ozteca Surodecia | Telenueva | Teleacora
Bahía Trama: TVS1 | Bahívisión | El Once | Surovisión | Teletrama | TVT | Telenueva
Santa Fe: TVS1 | Teledos | El Once | Surovisión | Telecuatro | tso | Telenueva
Puerto Gardana: TVS1 | Gardavisión | Telemarina | Teleislas | Teleinter
Perená: TVS1 | Red | Teleciudad | Televin | Telefamilia | Telepe


Defunct:
Red UCS (1959-2004) | Unitel (1992-2011)

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Mundo Once Media
Mundo Once Televisión:

Broadcast network: El Once | El Once+
El Once O&O stations: El Once Borvis | El Once Acora | El Once Trana | El Once Angelica
El Once-affiliated stations: Canal Trece | Teleciudad | Telecentro (Río Este) | Telefamilia (Coldenia) | Telesistema (Río Norte) | Teleislas
Digital channels: El 24 | El Financiero TV1


Mundo Once Radio:
Radio Borvis | RB2 | Radio Mundo | Radio El Financiero1 | Radio UCS2


El Mundo


Television production/distribution:


Others:
Teleonce | El Once Deportes | Cablevisión3 | MOL | El Once Play


Defunct:
1Co-owned with El Financiero.
2Co-owned with Pontifical Catholic University of Surodecia.
3Co-owned with Suromedia and Surotel.

Mundo Once Media
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