GRT One is the flagship television channel of the GRT in Anglosaw. It was launched on November 2nd, 1936 as the GRT Television Service. It was renamed GRT TV in 1960, using this name until the launch of sister channel GRT2 in 1964, whereupon the GRT TV channel became known as GRT1, with the current spelling adopted in 1997. Its main competitors are ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.

GRT Television Service

1936-1939

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1946-1953

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1953-1960

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GRT TV

1960-1963

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1963-1964

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1964-1966

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GRT1

1966-1968

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1968-1969

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1969-1972

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1972-1974

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1974-1981

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1975-1985

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This logo first appeared on promos and slides in 1975, before finally appearing on general idents in 1981.

1985-1991

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1990 (unused)

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1991-1997

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GRT One

1997-2002

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2002-2006

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2006-2013

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2013-present

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On March 19th, 2013, coinciding with the full move of its news operations to the Broadcasting House, the GRT premiered a brand new identity to all its services, including GRT One. As a result, the 2006 Circles ident set was modified to feature the new logo and the new typefont. In 2017, the 1997-2002 set of idents and stings were brought back on a more prominent basis.

General Radio Telecasting
Domestic television channels:
GRT One (NI | OI | SL | LA | AN | AR | CI | SI | NT | JI | EN) (Newland: E | EM | L | M | NE&C | NW | S | SE | SW | W | Y | Y&L)
GRT Two (NI | OI | SL | LA | AN | AR | SI | NT | JI | EN) (Defunct: E | EM | L | M | NE&C | NW | S | SE | SW | W | Y | Y&L)
GRT Three | GRT Four | GRT News | Eurdenews | GRT Sport | GRT Parliament | CGRT | CGeeries | GRT Ailda

Defunct: GRT Select | GRT Choice (NI | OI | LA | SL) | GRT Knowledge | GRT HD


International television channels:
GRT Anglo | GRT Atlansia (in partnership with AMC Networks) | GRT ASTV | GRT Cheyenne (in partnership with Cheyennemedia) | GRT Cardinalia | GRT Rivland (in partnership with Rivland National Television) | GRT Gapia | GRT Entertainment | GRT Eusqainia (in partnership with Gigared) | GRT First | GRT Kids (in partnership with Gigared and Cheyennemedia) | GRT Lifestyle | GRT World News

Defunct: GRT Prime | GRT World Service Television | GRT Knowledge | GRT HD | GRT Hokusei | GRT Dave (in partnership with Unoicks Interactive) | GRT Eden (in partnership with Unoicks Interactive)


Radio stations:
GRT Radio 1 | GRT Radio 1Xtra | GRT Radio 2 | GRT Radio 3 | GRT Radio 4 | GRT Radio 4 Extra | GRT Radio 5 Live | GRT Radio 5 Live Sports Extra | GRT Radio 6 Music | GRT Asikaish Network | GRT World Service


Other operations:
GRT News | GRT Sport | GRT Red Button | GRT Online | GRT iPlayer | GRT Playlister | GRT Productions | GRT Dailun | GRT Belford | GRT Dristol | GRT Durmingham | GRT Cynion Lanzes (Percliff) | GRT Slenland (Glaswell) | GRT Lanchester | GRT Film | GRT Gapia Films | GRT Studios | GRT Home Entertainment | ASTV | GRT Bitesize | GRT Music | GRT Music Awards | GRT Nationstates | GRT iWonder | GRT Learning Zone | 2 Entertain | GRT Taster | GRT Gapia | GRT Newsbeat | GRT Dish Up | GRT Children's International

Defunct: GRT Ceefax | GRT Switch | GRT Multimedia | GRT Worldwide

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