TBS Superstation (first era)
TBS (first era)
TBS Superstation (second era)
In 1996 on the 20th anniversary, TBS once again began referring to itself as "TBS Superstation", after five years as simply TBS; however, most network promos aired on the channel during this period verbally referred as simply "the Superstation" and network bugs during programs displayed the logo as simply "Superstation".
TBS (second era)
In 2004, TBS Superstation once again rebranded as simply "TBS", as such this logo was modified to only include a "TBS" wordmark in Myriad Bold Italic type; this logo was used only for a short time before its next logo debuted. It was taken from its 2003 logo.
Beginning June 10, 2004, TBS debuted its new logo and look. This new look emphasized TBS' new focus on comedy, following TBS' parent company Time Warner's sale of its half of Comedy Central to Viacom.
On September 16, 2015, TBS's official Facebook page unveiled a new logo on their profile pic, and on their cover photo while promoting their upcoming original series, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee. The logo was first used on the air on October 31, 2015, though it had appeared on TBS's website before then.
- For other related logos and images see: TBS/Other
- WPCH-TV – an independent station in Atlanta, that operated TBS as a national superstation feed of the Atlanta-area station until 2007.