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The Filipino Channel is the 24-hour global subscription TV network of ABS-CBN. Launched in September 24, 1994, TFC airs programming imported from the ABS-CBN television network as it brings service to global Filipinos around the world.
The first logo of TFC has the Sarimanok from the 1993 ABS-CBN Station ID.
Prior to the launch of the new ABS-CBN logo in 2000, the logo is modified.
TFC unveiled a new logo in 2004, with the familiar monogram. One part of the F in "TFC" has streaks of red, green and blue, which are the respective colors of ABS-CBN.
The 2004 logo is modified, with the 2000 ABS-CBN horizontal logo added.
The 2006 logo is modified again with the middle part of the F in the monogram reverted to black. This logo is also used during the channel's 15th anniversary.
On June 12, 2011 (Philippine Independence Day), TFC unveiled a new logo and brand identity to accomodate with the "Tayo ang TFC" campaign, which was launched in Spring the same year. The current logo of the channel has the 2009 logo, but the 2000 ABS-CBN horizontal logo and the full name were removed and the monogram is italicized. Beside the monogram is a torch with the stick in the colors of the main ABS-CBN network.