On November 13, 1959, WVEC moved from channel 15 (a UHF channel; at the time televisions weren't required to carry UHF tuners) to channel 13 (a VHF frequency). Also, WVEC swapped affiliation with WAVY-TV to ABC.
A logo design similar to WVEC's logo was used at other Corinthian Broadcasting-owned stations, including KXTV, KHOU and WANE-TV. The Corinthian station group was sold to the A.H. Belo Corporation in 1984. This logo was used for the first "Spirit of Hampton Roads" image campaign.
"13 Newshour" (1981)
WVEC station ID from ABC's "America's Watching" campaign (1990)
WVEC station ID from ABC's "America's Watching" campaign (1991)
In September 1992, WVEC revamped their "Spirit of Hampton Roads" image campaign with a new logo/graphics package and theme.
WVEC dropped the "Spirit of Hampton Roads" image campaign in October 1996 with this new logo. The new image kept the blue-and-white "13" square but completely redid the logo's design in Garamond font.
Eventually, WVEC changed the blue-and-white colors to blue-and-gold, while also putting the words "WVEC" in a new font.
Meanwhile, on New Year's Eve 2003, WVEC temporarily reintroduced the "Spirit of Hampton Roads" image campaign with this logo, until 2008, after WVEC ditched Convergence by
Stephen Arnold Music with Propulsion by 615 Music, which was also used by it's sister station WFAA.
Alternate logo, but with a dot instead of a dash between the call letters and the "TV" suffix.