Children's BBC Edit
CBBC launched on 9 September 1986. The first logo used consisted of the word "Children's" above a sprawed version of the BBC text used on air.
In 1992, Children's BBC introduced a new logo for the first time since their launch in 1985. This followed the corporate look of the BBC's channels, but the logo was introduced on 9 September.
On 4 October 1998, a new corporate logo was introduced across the BBC. This logo was first shown on BBC One. The name was also shortened from Children's BBC to CBBC.
On 11 February 2003, CBBC launched a channel version and introduced a new logo, consisting of a green blob with a C in purple.
A new logo was introduced on 1 October 2006. This kept the bug concept, but presentation only used one bug flying on a blue background. The package was created through a collaboration between Red Bee Media and The Hive.
A new look was introduced on 3 September 2008. The new look was created by Red Bee Media, who made the brand identity accompanying the new logo and Fallon, who.designed the trials used leading up to the new look's debut.
On 10 September 2010, CBBC updated their idents so that the logo appeared in 3D.
A HD Simulcast launched in 2014.
This new look was created by Red Bee Media and took effect on Monday 14 March 2017. The new logo also came with a redesigned studio. This comes more than two months after BBC Three's rebrand (which shared the same bandwidth) and one month after its subsequent move to online-only.
This allowed CBBC to extend its broadcast hours. While the BBC admits the new look doesn't overtly suggest the name, nor doesn't it have the traditional look of a 'children's TV' channel, they state this new symbol is a “colourful and versatile identity that is box fresh and fit for purpose in a mercurial and constantly shifting media landscape”.