In the fall of 1987, the station adopted a "9" logo almost similar to the one rival superstation WGN in Chicago used during that time. The logo of this era was used in the "Kongfrontation" ride at Universal Studios Florida when it debuted in 1990, as fake special reports with anchor Rolland Smith informing riders of King Kong's rampage were integrated in the ride.
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).
With the pending launch of a new Fox-owned network known as MyNetworkTV, WWOR dropped the "Channel 9" logo and adopted this logo in April 2006, 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.
Originally when the the MyNetworkTV announcement was made, WWOR used a temporary logo (recreation shown above) for print advertisements and schedule slides featuring the My9 Logo with the "9" carried over from the original My9 and UPN9 logos.
The My9 logo used for WWOR's newscasts and microphone flags.
C More My 9, featuring the station's mascot C More.