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For the station that currently uses the callsign formerly used by this station, see KRCA.
Not to be confused with WNBC.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1949–1953 1953–1954 1954–1959 1959–1962 1962–1971 (primary) 1962–1971 (secondary), 1971–1974
1949–1953 1953–1954 1954–1959 1959–1962 1962–1971 (primary) 1962–1971 (secondary), 1971–1974
1974–December 1975 January 1976–1979 1979–1982 1982–1985 1985–1986 1986–1994
1974–December 1975 January 1976–1979 1979–1982 1982–1985 1985–1986 1986–1994
1994–1998 1998–2003 2003–2011 2011–present
1994–1998 1998–2003 2003–2011 2011–present

KNBH

1949–1953

Knbh2-1-.jpg

1953–1954

Knbh-1-.jpg

KRCA

1954–1959

KRCA 4 (1954).svg

1959–1962

KRCA-logo.png

KNBC (-TV)

1962–1971 (primary)

NBC 4 numeral 1959.svg

1962–1971 (secondary), 1971–1974

1960s WNBC logo.svg

1974–December 1975

Knbc73-1-.jpg

January 1976–1982

Designer:  NBC
Typography:  Helvetica
Launched:  Unknown

These logos were shared with sister stations WNBC in New York City and WRC-TV in Washington, D.C.

January 1976–1979

Nbc4 75.svg

1979–1982

Nbc4 79.svg

1982–1985

KNBC 4 1982.svg

1985–1994

1985–1986

Knbc1985.svg

The station modified its callsign to KNBC-TV in August 1986, shortly after NBC's parent RCA was purchased by General Electric. This version of the 1985 logo was only in use for a short period of time, with NBC changing its logo in May 1986.

1986–1994

Knbc1986.svg

1994–1998

Knbc96.svg
Designer:  NBC
Typography:  Univers
Launched:  Unknown

The "4" is also shared with sister stations WNBC in New York City, WRC-TV in Washington, D.C., and until 1995, KCNC-TV in Denver, and WTVJ in Miami–Fort Lauderdale. The "-TV" suffix was omitted on September 6, 1995.

1998–present

1998–2003

Knbc98.svg

2003–2011

NBC4 Los Angeles.svg

2011–present

KNBC 2013.svg

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