The logo consisted of a black rectangle, with the number 2 on the right, and the vertically-aligned text "CANAL" on the left, as seen on training manuals.
Rock & Pop Television Channel 2 went on the air on August 16, 1995. The first official logo for Channel 2 was the Rock & Pop logo, below an irregular checked polygon containing the word "canal" and a red number 2.
The logo was simplified in 1996, leaving the Rock & Pop logo with "TELEVISION" below.
Canal 2 ceased broadcasting on December 1, 1999; however, and following Chilean TV regulations and laws, the network broadcasted video clips for 8 hours in order to achieve the minimum amount of broadcasting hours, albeit without using the network brand. Its operations were transfered to Edu Communications (owners of cable TV music networks Vía X and Zona Latina).
Vidavisión was an evangelical channel first appeared in 1999, renting the daytime of Canal 2. In 2001, they rented the whole frequency until July 2005. Their logo consisted of 2 blue stripes forming the letter V, with a blue sphere above them.
A pre-launch logo was registered in Chile by Jaime Cuadrado Herrera at INAPI (Instituto Nacional de la Propiedad Intelectual); consisting of a series of circles (the first and last ones are blue, the second and fourth ones are green, and the middle one is red) next to the words "telecanal" and "television" (in a smaller font).
The former logo replaced the spheres by circles of the same colors as the previous logo, but one of the circles changed the orange to the lemon-green color (the same color as the letters). The letters tc remain lowercase, but occupy another typeface. The wordmark is the same color as the letters above in the Trebuchet MS font.
In 2008 the logo was tweaked; the size of the wordmark was readjusted, making it larger.
The current logo consists of the green letters T and C, which premiered in October 2011. The T appears cut by simulating a leaf, the other half remaining as an arch is positioned above the C. Below is the text "telecanal" in the ITC Bauhaus Light font, with the orange "Tele" motto & the green "channel" motto.
Bolivisión | Telecanal | La Red (HD) | Repretel (4 | 6 | 11) | RTS | TVC | TUTV | Canal 12 (El Salvador) | ChapínTV (3 | 7 | 11 | 13) | VTV (Honduras) | TV12 (Honduras) | Telered 21 | Ratensa (2 | 9 | 10 | 11) | SNT (Paravisión | C9N) | ATV | Antena Canal 7
Former stations El Nueve