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This article is about WWOR-TV on channel 9 in New York. For the station in Worcester, Massachusetts which previously used that call sign, see WJZB-TV. For the EMI service, see WWOR EMI Service.

WOR-TV

1949–1950

Wor

WOR-TV was sign-on the air on October 11, 1949 as the independent station.

1950–1952

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1952–1954

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1954–1963

Wor 2

1963–1967

Wor1960s

1967–1969

WORTV1

1969–1971

Wor 3

1971–1987

WOR-TV 1971

Designed by Mike Shenon & Richard Luppi.

WWOR-TV

1987

WWOR-TV Apr-Sep 1987

1987–1995

WWOR 1987

Created in April 1987, it consists of a silver 9, with underneath "WWOR-TV SECAUCUS, NJ". Sometimes, it would show the words underneath "FROM RKO BROADCASTING". The latest variant from 1995/1996 shows an UPN byline

1995–2002

Wwor newyork ch9

2002–2005

UPN9WWOR

2006

September–November 2005

Wwor upn9 secaucus

Following the announcement of the shut down of UPN (whose programming would be merged with The WB to form The CW), all Fox-owned UPN stations, including WWOR, dropped the UPN name and logo from their on-air branding. WWOR reverted to their former "Channel 9" branding with a new logo (an altered version of the 2002 "UPN9" logo with a red stripe where the UPN logo was located).

2005–2006

Wwor2006b

With the pending launch of a new Fox-owned network known as MyNetworkTV, WWOR dropped the "Channel 9" logo and adopted this logo in November 2005, during New York Yankees and New Jersey Nets games and once again altered their news open. Note that the "9" square was changed after five years from a white background to a red logo despite keeping the same font.

2006–present

WWOR-TV logo