Another logo consisting of a rainbow lined "TMS" was used on network idents from 1981 interim with the previous logo.
On August 4, 1985, TMS was acquired by the fictional Brazilian broadcaster Mini TV, which adapted a large part of its brand to the needs of the broadcaster.
In addition, the name has officially become a word ("Telemontserrat"). For the first time, TMS had a defined identity.
In the first two years, most of the graphics were just previous Mini TV assets, edited to meet the needs, but since 1987 the graphics updates have been parallel to Brazil. It is possible that the TMS idents were made in Minigraph together with those of Mini TV.
The TMS logo was created by the Argentine desginer Pablo Rodrigues, the logo represented a television with a screen similar to a face, it was used everywhere, except for the bug in the screen, which was now a version with a white outline of the TMS brand on upper right corner of the image.
In 1993, the ownership passed to American Master Corporation.
The 1992 "Mini TV" left over from the previous owners was gradually being dropped in favour of new graphics built from the ground up. The screen bug was overall the same, albeit with slight alterations.
In 20 July 1995, Mediaset bought TMS.
The full name of the station was dropped, to help identify the station as just "TMS". This was made and to differentiate the station from its French counterpart and to make it closer to its new sister channel TMS2 (which was never, at least officially, referred to as "Telemontserrat 2").
The name "Telemontserrat" was still used colloquially until the next major rebrand.
The wordmark was now exclusively filled in, and as a result the screen bug was changed as well, now being bigger, filled in white, and in the bottom-right corner.
The logo for TMS was used from November 2, 1996 to December 31, 1999, at the time it was used on bumper.
The ownership was passed once again to Seat Pagine Gialle (owned by Japanese ICG Group) on the network's last two years before rebranding.
There were no major graphical changes during transmission.
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