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TCS2 1965 TCS2 1982 TCS2 1982-0 TCS Canal 2 1995 TCS2 2000 Canal 2 2004
1965-1985 1985-1990 1990-1994 1995-2003 2003-2005 2005-present

Canal 2 (El Salvador) is the fouth-oldest broadcasting of El Salvador, owned by Telecorporación Salvadoreña since 1985. It was founded on November 30, 1965 as YSR signal founded by Boris Eserski, and operated by Canal Dos S.A. de C.V.

TV2 YSR

1965-1985

TCS2 1965

Its first logo came out with the letters "TV2" and the signal sign. The letter V was black with the green arrow circle where it is around the text of the signal indicator with the color black, and the T and number 2 were green.

Canal Dos

1985-2003

1985-1990

TCS2 1982

The second Logo consists of a black circle with the number 2 of a blue gradient from dark to light. This logo lasted than 18 years of use.

1990-1994

TCS2 1982-0

The third logo was introduces on its 25th anniversary, making similarity to the previous logo. It consisted in the white box that is in the pink rhombus, along with the slogan of the Brush Script Regular typography of light blue color.

1995-2003

TCS Canal 2 1995

By the end of the 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, the 1982 Logo became a third dimension, and the wordmark remained by on behalf of the Brush Script Regular typeface.

2003-2005

TCS2 2000

Its fifth logo changed to a blue white gradient circle with the number 2 of the white color, along with the four blue corners. This logo lasted two years of exhibition, although the slogan "El Canal de Nuestra Gente" lasted twelve years of use.

2005-present

Canal 2 2004

At the time of celebrating 40 years of the channel, the logo was renewed to be again a blue circle with the number two. It was designed by Picosso (Sagass) with the intention of making similarity with the 1985 logo. And when it celebrated the 50th anniversary of the channel, the 1990 slogan returned after twenty years.

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