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This article is about the SBT owned-and-operated station in São Paulo. For its local newscast, see SBT São Paulo (program).

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1981–1988 1988–1989 1990–1995 1995–1996 1996–2001
1981–1988 1988–1989 1990–1995 1995–1996 1996–2001
2001–2004 2004–2009 2009–2014 2014–present
2001–2004 2004–2009 2009–2014 2014–present

SBT São Paulo (abbreviated SBT SP) is the lead channel of SBT in Brazil, whose studios are in the city of Osasco. It replaced Rede Tupi's lead channel, also in São Paulo.

TVS Canal 4 São Paulo - ZYB 855

1981–1988

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SBT SP was launched in 1981 under the name TVS, which was also the name its Rio counterpart had. This was a charter station of the SBT network.

1988–1989

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In 1988, TVS changed its logo design alongside SBT, The logo contains multi-colored striped disc with "TVS" text in center.

SBT São Paulo Canal 4 - ZYB 855 (first era)

1990–1995

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In 1990, TVS and all of its channels (including the flagship one in São Paulo) began using the regular SBT brand. From that moment on, SBT SP always used the channel's main logo.

1995–1996

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1996–2001

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2001–2004

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2004–2009

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SBT São Paulo Canal 4 - ZYB 855 (second era)

2009–2014

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2014-present

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TV Tupi (São Paulo)
Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão
(São Paulo)