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1989–2001 2001–2006 2006–2017 2017–present
1989–2001 2001–2006 2006–2017 2017–present

Telemadrid is a public television station of Madrid. It is affiliated with FORTA since its inception, and it is a public channel that belongs exclusively to the autonomous government of Madrid. It began its broadcast on 2 May 1989 in Madrid. Since then, the programming has been dominated by educational programs directed towards the population of that region. Since Madrid is the capital of the country, it puts special emphasis on national political information. As with many other autonomous Spanish networks, Telemadrid suffered greatly during the Spanish financial crisis and requested €88m from the Spanish government to prevent it from becoming bankrupt.

1989–2001

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown


Telemadrid's first logo consisted on a transparent star (present on the Flag of the Community of Madrid) formed by 5 diamonds, which are colored (clockwise from the top-left): blue, green, yellow, purple and red. These diamonds had a 3D effect applied. Originally, between 1989 and 1991, Telemadrid was also called TM3 on-screen, as it was the third TV channel available in Madrid at the time, but the launch of Antena 3 in 1990 made this practice short-lived.

2001–2006

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Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown

In 2001, the logo became flat and the colors of the diamonds were swapped.

2006–2017

Telemadrid logo 2006.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown

In 2006, the logo received some modifications: the Green diamond became Lime green, the Yellow diamond became Orange and the wordmark "Telemadrid" was added to the left in a modern typeface.

2017–present

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Designer:  Mucho
Cómodo Screen
Typography:  Tiempos Headline Medium

In 2017, Telemadrid introduced a new logo, as part of the re-structuring of RTVM. Now, the star is surrounded by Arrows (which are also used in the logo for its newscast, Telenoticias) and they are all red instead of with different colors. The corporate typeface, like shown in the wordmark, is now Tiempos.

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