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This article is about the TV channel in the United States and Canada. For the UK and Ireland channel, see TLC (UK and Ireland). For other uses, see TLC.
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1980–1983 1984–1989 1989–1992 1992–1998 1998–2006 2006–present
1980–1983 1984–1989 1989–1992 1992–1998 1998–2006 2006–present

ACSN – The Learning Channel

1980–1983

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Appalachian Community Service Network (an offshoot of the Appalachian Educational Satellite Project) was privatized in April 1980; ACSN relaunched its distance education service as a national cable network, then known as ACSN – The Learning Channel, in October of that year.

The Learning Channel

1984–1989

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In January 1984, the network shortened its name to The Learning Channel.

1989–1992

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1992–1998

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From 1992 to 1998, the company's full name "The Learning Channel" appeared beneath the logo, which is three squares with letters 'T', 'L' and 'C' on them.

TLC

1998–2006

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In 1998, the channel began to distance itself from its original name, and instead began to advertise itself only as TLC while introducing the slogan "Life Unscripted". During this period, there was a significant shift in content, with most new programming being geared towards reality, drama and interior design shows.

2006–present

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On March 27, 2006, the network launched a new look and promotional campaign, dropping the "Life Unscripted" tag and introducing the slogan "Live and learn" in an attempt to turn around the network's reliance on decorating shows and reality programming.

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