Pop+ was the sister channel to Pop. It launched on 8 September 2003 and closed on 27 July 2004, being replaced with Tiny Pop.
Tiny Pop was launched as a channel aimed at younger children than its sister channel, POP.
In 2007, all the letters became lowercase and the logo was given a glossy, almost 3D look. New idents were made featuring Tiny Pop’s jingle which was eventually dropped in 2018. The idents also featured 3D coloured balls and a young, happy woman’s voice.
The logo was made into CGI and the circles were no longer seen as spheres. The “Y” was changed from purple to orange and the circles overlapped each other.
On September 3, 2018, Tiny Pop adopted a new logo after seven years of the old one. The new logo, idents, jingles and mascots made their first appearance on screen at 6am, on that day. The logo became 2D and the “Pop” part of the logo is the POP logo in dark blue surrounded by coloured bubbles to fit in with its sister channels. The “tiny” part of the logo remains round, colourful and kept the same font. The logo uses 4 main colours, yellow, light blue, pink and green.
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