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1953–1960

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1960–1964

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1964–1971

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1971–1978

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1978–1981

KWTV 1980

1981–1986

Kwtv0984

1986–1997

Kwtv 1996

1997–2010

NEWS9

This logo was first implemented in March 1997, with several variations used:

Other variations of this logo included one with the KWTV callsign and another with the word "Spirit" (in referencing to the longtime slogan "The Spirit of Oklahoma" used when this logo began being used) in place of the word "NEWS", as well as a version with a vertical design used from 1997-2002 with the word "NEWS" above the boxed "9". The logo also sometimes featured under the word "NEWS", a simple red underline, a red bar with the CBS Eye logo and station calls.

2010–present

KWTV 9 logo 2010

On October 24, 2010, KWTV began broadcasting local newscasts, syndicated programming and some local commercial advertisements in high definition; along with this upgrade, KWTV (and its sister station KOTV in Tulsa, which began carrying its newscasts in widescreen SD on that date), overhauled their logos and began using a uniform graphics package.


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