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(TCS for short) is a Salvadoran television network, founded by Boris Eserski on November 1, 1985 with the merger of San Salvador-based local channels 2, 4 and 6.
The first logo was introduced with a blue logo, consisting of the channels it owns inside the square with ten lines, next to the letters "TCS". The fonts of the wordmark were ITC Benguiat Condensed Book on its name, and Helvetica on its byline.
The logo is a rhombus with a blue & green gradient (symbolizing respectively the land and the sea), in which the letter T is reflected on its lower-left corner. The font of its wordmark Gill Sans Nova Medium.
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Fundación TCS | Noticieros TCS | TCS Digital
Grupo Clarín | Unitel | Red Uno | Band | Chilevisión | Mega | Canal 13 | TVN Chile | RCN | Caracol | Teletica | Teleamazonas | Canal Uno | Telecorporación Salvadoreña | Televisa | TV Azteca | Grupo Imagen | Grupo SIPSE | TVN (Panama) | Telemetro | Latina | Panamericana | América | ATV | TV Perú | Venevisión | Univision Communications | Telemundo | Prisa | Grupo Radiorama | DirecTV Latin America | DirecTV Sports | DirecTV Sports 2 | DirecTV Sports + | OnDirecTV | Ve Plus | Ve Plus USA