This page only shows primary logo variants.


YSR-TV2 (1965) YSR-TV Canal 2 (1985) YSR-TV2 (1990) YSR-TV (Canal 2-TCS) 1994 YSR-TV (Canal 2) 2003 Canal 2 (El Salvador 2005)
1965-1985 1985-1990 1990-1994 1994-2003 2003-2005 2005-present

Canal 2 is El Salvador's fouth-oldest TV station, owned by Telecorporación Salvadoreña since 1985. It was founded on November 30, 1965 as YSR callsign, founded by Boris Eserski, and operated by Canal Dos, S.A. de CV.

YSR-TV (Canal 2)


YSR-TV2 (1965)

When the channel was founded it came out with the letters "TV2" and its callsign logo. The letter V was black with the two green arrows surrounding the text of the callsign with the color black, and the T and number 2 were also green. This logo was inspired from Circuito YSR, which is "Radio Que Buena" today.

Canal 2



YSR-TV Canal 2 (1985)

In 1985, the logo changed drastically to a black circle with the number 2 of a blue gradient from dark to light. This logo lasted than 18 years of use with variations.


YSR-TV2 (1990)

This logo was introduced for its 25th anniversary, consisting of the pink & white boxes, along with the slogan "Sonría, está con el Dos" in the Brush Script Regular font.


YSR-TV (Canal 2-TCS) 1994

By 1994, the 1985 logo was changed into third-dimensional logo. The slogan changed to its name one year later.


YSR-TV (Canal 2) 2003

In 2003, Canal 2 introduced a blue white gradient circle with the number 2 of the white color, along with the four blue corners. This logo lasted two years, although the slogan "El Canal de Nuestra Gente" (introduced at the same time as the logo) lasted twelve years.


Canal 2 (El Salvador 2005)

The logo was changed to celebrate the channel's 40th anniversary, the logo was renewed to a blue circle with the number two again. It was designed by Picosso. In 2015 (its 50th anniversary) the 1990 slogan was reinstated.

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