TJ Brasil premiered on August 22nd, 1988 under the presentation of Boris Casoy, who presented the newscast for the majority of TJ Brasil's existence. Back then, the logo consisted on a metal line forming the "TJ" and the word "Brasil" in cyan with a typeface similar to Fatti Patti (the one used on El Chavo's logo).
In 1990, the logo suffered some changes. The "T" is now yellow and the "J" cyan; both are made by various panels. Also, the word "Brasil" was written in the "J".
In 1992, TJ Brasil received its last logo. It consisted on the word "TJ" in a bold typeface and, over it, the map of Brazil. The borders were blue and the faces were metallic.
TJ Brasil made some tweaks to the logo in 1995, where borders were now red and faces were blue (instead of blue and metallic, respectively).
In 1996, TJ Brasil tweaked the logo to be brighter. The animation was also completely modified and, in 1997, Boris Casoy was replaced by Hermano Henning for the presentation. TJ Brasil was defunct in 1997, and returned to the SBT's programming in 2005, as SBT Brasil.