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1986–1993 1993–1995 1995 1996–2004 2004–2009 2009–present
1986–1993 1993–1995 1995 1996–2004 2004–2009 2009–present


KTRG

1962–1967

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KIKU

1967–1968

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In 1967, KTRG changed its call sign to KIKU.

1968–1971

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1971–1977

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1978–1984

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KHNL

1984–1986

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In 1984, KIKU changed its call sign to KHNL. In 1993, the independent station of KIKU has moved to channel 20.

1986–1993

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1993–1995

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In 1993, KHNL began to advertise itself as Fox 13 Hawaii, despite the fact that the station had been a Fox affiliate since the network launched in 1986.

1995–2004

1995

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In April 1995, in a bizarre move, KHNL branded its logo as "News 8" to represent their new affiliation when their Fox affiliation runs out in 1996.

1996–2004

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On January 1, 1996, KHNL swapped affiliations with KHON-TV (channel 2), becoming the NBC affiliate for Hawaii's market as part of a group affiliation deal with SF Broadcasting who purchased four stations (including KHON-TV) from Burnham Broadcasting and become Fox affiliates; KHNL then became known on-air as "NBC Hawaii News 8" (still on channel 13).

2004–2009

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2009–present

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On October 26, 2009, KHNL changed its branding from "KHNL NBC 8" to "KHNL" (still NBC) to reflect its cable and satellite channel assignments (Hawaiian Telecom carried on channel 8, DirecTV and Dish Network carried on channel 13).

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