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1968–1970

1970–1978

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1978–1989

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1989–1995

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This logo uses a unique way of promoting both their main over-the-air and cable channel numbers.

1995

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In 1995, KMIR exclusively referred to their cable channel number.

1995–2000

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Based on the logo used by WDSU from 1977 to 1988.

2000–2004

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2004–2012

2004–2008

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2008–2012

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2012–2013

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2013–2018

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KMIR discontinued its cable-centric "6" branding in December 2013, following the completion of Journal Communications' sale of the station to OTA Broadcasting.

2018–present

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This logo is based on the design originally used by KNTV in San Jose. On July 21, 2017, Spanish-language broadcaster Entravision Communications (minority owned by Univision Communications) announced to acquire KMIR and KPSE-LP for $21 million. The sale was completed on November 1, making both stations sister to KEVC-CD and KVER-CD.

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