Television South (TVS) was the ITV franchise holder in the south and south east of England between 1 January 1982 and 31 December 1992. The company operated under various names, initially as Television South plc and then following reorganisation in 1989 as TVS Entertainment plc, with its UK broadcasting arm referred to as TVS Television plc. They ceased broadcasting on 31 December 1992 after they lost the franchise to Meridian Broadcasting during the review of franchise holders in 1991. The company was sold to International Family Entertainment Inc. (IFE) in 1993 (now Disney subsidiary ABC Family Worldwide Inc.). Television South’s name, abbreviation and logo are now owned by an independent production company.

The TVS logo is a registered trademark of Steve Woodgate, CEO of TVS Television.

TVS: 1987-1992

TVS: 1987-1992

On 7 September 1987, following Greg Dyke's arrival at TVS, the station's presentation was overhauled, with new idents designed by John Hayman and a new jingle by Ed Welch.
Television South: 1982-1987

Television South: 1982-1987

Television South (TVS) was the ITV franchise holder in the south and south east of England between 1 January 1982 and 31 December 1992.
Television South: Late Night Late

Television South: Late Night Late

TVS started its own Night time service called “Late Night Late” in September 1987, gradually extending its broadcast hours until a full 24-hour service began on 20 June 1988.