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1958–1966 1966–1985 1985–February 1993 February-September 1993 September 1993–1998 1998–2015 2015–present
1958–1966 1966–1985 1985–February 1993 February-September 1993 September 1993–1998 1998–2015 2015–present

1958–1966

KIRO1960s.jpg

KIRO-TV originally signed on the air on February 8, 1958 as a CBS affiliate on VHF channel 7 and was first owned-and-operated by Queen City Broadcasting, only for its stock to be purchased by Salt Lake City-based The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in April 1963, which its broadcasting division later became Bonneville International in 1964.

1966–1985

KIRO 7.svg

This logo comprises the CBS eye with the 7 set in Helvetica Bold.

1985–February 1993

KIRO 7 (1988).svg

Initially, the '7' in this logo was thinner, but would later have the stroke thickened slightly by 1986.

February-September 1993

This logo was short lived, having being used only from February to September 1993.

September 1993–1998

KIRO 1993.png

During the period this logo was used, KIRO-TV lost its CBS affiliation to KSTW on January 16, 1995 (before Bonneville sold the station to Belo on the 31st), in a group affiliation deal that included Fort Worth–Dallas sister station KTVT; only to regain the affiliation on June 30, 1997, when KSTW switched to UPN after the Paramount Stations Group traded KIRO-TV to current owner Cox Enterprises on June 2.

The "7" in this logo was derived from the short-lived 1993 logo above.

1998–present

1998–2015

KIRO7.svg

The "7" was recolored and became connected.

2015–present

KIRO 7 2015.svg

For this redesign, the yellow coloring was taken out of the logo.

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