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KMTR signed on in 1948, on channel 13 in Los Angeles. Owned by Chris-Craft Industries, KMTR was the first television station broadcasting on channel 13.
KMTR became KLAC-TV and its slogan is Lucky Channel 13. There are different designs to the logo, but these weren't the official logo used for KLAC-TV.
KLAC-TV became KCOP, on channel 13. The logo shows the 1 with a badge and a police officer over the logo (only a hand and a police officer's head) and a 3 next to the 1 with the words ''KCOP'' and "LOS ANGELES". This logo is still used on welcome mats until 1981.
KCOP's first logo, under Chris-Craft ownership
1977 Weekday Afternoon Promo
1977 graphics animation by Image West
Station ID, animated by Image West (1979)
Station ID, animated by Image West (1980)
Station ID, animated by Bo Gehring and Associates (1984)
The Saturday Film Festival
KCOP-TV Special Presentation
KCOP-TV's Cinema Thirteen
KCOP-TV's Playhouse Thirteen
KCOP's The Movie Arcade video open from 1984
KCOP-TV's Movie for a Sunday Afternoon
KCOP-TV's Sunday Film Festival
Daytime Station ID (1987)
Station campaign (1988-1994)
KCOP-TV Special Presentation (1986) The 8 O'Clock Movie (1987)
1990s station ID with
Very Independent tag
KCOP's final logo with the 1986-98 logo, and first logo when KCOP joined the
United Paramount Network
KCOP's last logo as a UPN affiliate.
October 2006-May 2007, KCOP-TV was branded as "MyNetworkTV, Channel 13".
C More My 13, featuring the station's mascot C More.
KCOP's first logo when UPN and
merged to form
, and KCOP joined MyNetworkTV.
See Also News Programming
TV stations in Los Angeles