The Crosley Broadcasting Corporation was a radio and television broadcaster founded by radio manufacturing pioneer Powel Crosley, Jr.. It had a major influence in the early years of radio and television broadcasting, and helped the Voice of America carry its message around the world. The name of the company would be revived by Crosley Brands in 1992. During it's existence It owned WLW and WLWT.
This logo was also used by the Crosley Corporation. In 1968 the company dropped the Crosley name and turned into WLW. A variant of this logo is used by Crosley Brands, a modern reincarnation of the company today.