FANDOM


The call sign refers to King County, home to Seattle, and its inner suburbs.

KRSC-TV

1948–1949

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KING-TV

1949–1950, 1998

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When KING-TV was launched, its mascot for many years was "King Mike". King Mike was designed by Walt Disney.

1950–1959

KING-1950s
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1959–1967

KING-1959

1967–1968

KING-5-News67

1968-1975

KING-5-NBC-News68

1975–1977 (primary), 1977–1978 (secondary)

KING-TV 5 1975-1978

1976–1977

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This version includes a 1976 outline-N NBC logo.

NOTE: The "K" portion of this logo, appearing by itself without the "5", served as the logo for KING-TV's then-parent company, KING Broadcasting.

1977–1985

KING (1977-1985)

1985–1998

KING 5 logo 90s


The 1977 logo was retained, but was now rendered in gold as opposed to red/white/blue previously.

1998–2016

KING 5

The logo became italicized.

2016–present

KING 5 2016
KING-TV news opens

KING-TV news opens

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