TNT & Cartoon Network
2 was privatized in 1996, and its name was changed to the Unites States version of TNT & Cartoon Network (now owned by Magnetic Cable Entertainment) in February on that year. After two years, the network was aired in free-to-air television network, SBS on March 1, 1998.
In July 1999, TNT transferred its classic film library in the afternoon programming, while its primetime programming was occupied by Prime Channel, an entertainment and sports programming block owned by a consortium of CBS from United States, Granada Television from United Kingdom, Gestevisión Telecinco from Spain, Asahi National Broadcasting Co. Ltd. from Japan and Prime Television Limited from Australia. The logo on back of TNT and Cartoon Network logos was the current logo of Newscycle Solutions.
Turner Classic Movies & Cartoon Network
In April 2, 2000, Turner Classic Movies was launched in the afternoon programming. The logo was same on previous look. On June 30, 2001, the network ceased broadcasting in Sky Astra 1C in United Kingdom.
In 2004, Turner Classic Movies & Cartoon Network revamped its logo. One year later, MPTN programs was integrated to Turner Classic Movies and Cartoon Network due to lack of ratings.
In 2005, Turner Classic Movies & Cartoon Network got a new logo also was followed by the acquisition and merger between Magnetic Cable Entertainment and PPI Broadcasting as TCMandCN Entertainment & Broadcasting.
TCM & CN Life
In January 1, 2009, the channel abandoned the term Turner Classic Movies & Cartoon Network and started to be known simply as TCM & CN Life (stylized as TCMandCNLife), added some blockbuster movies, lifestyle, educational and public service programs on its current line-up. This logo features a 2015 Latin American Turner Classic Movies and 2012 Cartoon Network logotypes with 90-degree angled "AND" word.
TCM & CN Television
The network went through a complete overhaul in 2010 when TCM & CN Life was rebranded as TCM & CN Television (or TCM & CN, stylized as TCM AND CN) during the 25th anniversary.
On July 1, 2011, TCM and CN Television begin broadcasting in HD, and a new logo is launched when the "TCM+CN" font was on Molot while the "AND" word was on plus sign.
The T&C Network
In January 1, 2014, TCM & CN Television was officially rebranded again as The T&C Network (or simply T&C) with a new slogan, "New Face, New Attitude". The logo featured the "T&C" wordmark in DejaVu Sans Bold font with a gradient line of five colors, red, orange, yellow, green and blue. It was lasted until March 31, 2014.
On April 1, 2014, T&C introduces their new logo which represents the 1999-2001 TNT & Cartoon Network logo colored in blue (similar to the AT&T logo elements). The T&C wordmark is retained as the station's on-screen secondary logo. It also the network was relaunched with their new slogan "It's All Here".
On January 1, 2019, the network changed its logo with new slogan "Television for you", while its corporate logo remains unchanged.
in 2021, due to avoid confusion with WarnerMedia, TNT, TCM and Cartoon Network, Aberic Holdings (the owner of T&C), announced that The T&C Network will be renamed to Transtel/CTC.
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