In this period the channel has 2 names: TV9 Bogotá (normally used) and Teletigre (unofficial, named so due to the tiger that appeared in the logo).
Tele 9 Corazón (Public Local Channel)
Segunda Cadena (National Channel)
Segunda Cadena Color
Before the new programming of the semipublic channels, it was announced that Cadena Dos would take the name of Canal A from January 1st, 1992, for that reason this logo was used like campaign of expectation.
On July 31, 1998, almost a month after the launch of the private channels, the channel's 11 programmers announced they would join to launch the new image of the "Lion Channel(Canal A's nickname)" made by the agency Duque & Asociados.
Señal Colombia Institucional
In 2003, all Canal A programming was programmed by Audiovisuales until January 31, 2004 when the state programmer disappeared along with the channel to make way for Canal Institucional.