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Feeling overwhelmed by the growing number of television networks angling for your eyeballs? Put down the remote and click over to UsTelevision, where Salt Lake City-based writer and media observer Tanner Christensen offers up visual proof of the channel explosion. “It’s nearly impossible to fully grasp the absolutely massive number of television channels out there today, because we only ever see them on our TV guides or randomly around the Internet,” he notes. “For each channel, there’s a logo design that is easily recognizable and often memorable.” Christensen helped to assemble more than 9,000 TV logos from the around the world. Download the high-resolution version at your own risk.