Turner Network Television
TNT was originally launched on October 3, 1988, as Turner Network Television.
In 1996, Turner Network Television dropped its full name and went simply by TNT.
On June 12, 2001, TNT introduced a new logo and slogan, "We Know Drama".
The 2001 logo was changed to have red colors in 2005.
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A new graphics package for TNT was launched on December 7, 2008, before the premiere of Leverage. It kept the previous design and tagline, but the logo was now either colored in a shiny shade of gold or silver. In the graphics, the circle from the logo is seen as a "Dramatic Light" which revolves around characters from the network's series. The new look was designed by Troika Design Group. This logo is still used on Adult Swim's daily sign-off sequence.
In 2012, TNT repainted the logo with a simple color, and the channel was given a new slogan: "Drama. Period.", with the TNT logo serving as the period in the sentence. In 2014, the slogan was changed to "Boom", concurrent with the adoption of a newer slogan, "TNT DRAMA".
In January 2016, TNT began slowly phasing in a new logo on social media and in promos. The new logo was officially introduced on January 30, during the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
- For other related logos and images see: TNT (United States)/Other, and TNT (United States)/Logo Variations