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KMTR

1948

This article or section lacks a former logo at the moment. You can help Logopedia by uploading it here. 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.

KLAC-TV

1948–1954

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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.

KCOP

1954–1956

Kcop1954
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.

1956–1958

Kcop1957

1958–1960

Kcop1958

1960–1962

Kcop1960

1962–1971

Kcop1960s
KCOP's first logo, under Chris-Craft ownership

1971-1972

KCOP 1971

1972–1974

Kcop 1973

1974-1975

KCOP 1974

1975–1977

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1977–1979

KCOP 1975

1979–1986

KCOP 1979

1986–1998

KCOP 1986

1986–1989

Kcop 1985

1989–1995

Kcop1990

1995–1998

KCOP 1995
KCOP's final logo with the 1986-98 logo, and first logo when KCOP joined the United Paramount Network.

1998–2002

KCOP 1998

2002–January 2006

UPN 13 Los Angeles
KCOP's last logo as a UPN affiliate.

January–September 2006

KCOP old logo
KCOP 2006

September 2006–present

My 13 logo
KCOP's first logo when UPN and The WB merged to form The CW, and KCOP joined MyNetworkTV.

See Also

News Programming