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KGEO-TV

1954–1958

KGEO 1954

In December 1954, KOCO-TV signed on as KGEO-TV, serving as the ABC affiliate for Enid and north-central Oklahoma.

1957–1958

KGEO 1958

KOCO-TV

1958–1962

KOCO 1958

In 1958, KGEO moved from Enid to Oklahoma City, and became the ABC affiliate for the Oklahoma City area, taking the market's ABC affiliation from WKY-TV (channel 4), which replaced KTVQ (channel 25, channel allocation now occupied by KOKH-TV) as the city's ABC station when it signed off the air in 1956.

1962–1964

KOCO 1962

1964–1966

KOCO 1960s

1966–1974

KOCO 1966

1974–1976

KOCO 1975

1976–1977

KOCO 1970s

1977–1982

KOCO 5 Alive 1978

1982–1992

KOCO 5 Alive 1984

1992–1993

KOCO 5 Alive 1993-0

1993–1994

KOCO 5 Alive 1993

1994–1995

KOCO 1994



Starting with this logo; KOCO retired the "Alive" branding in use since 1977 (coinciding with then-Gannett and former Combined sister station WXIA-TV retiring - in their case temporarily - their "11 Alive" branding used for roughly the same time period)

1995–present

KOCO 5 logo

1995–1997

KOCO-TV 1995

1997–1998

Koco-1990s

1998–2009

KOCO logo 1998

2009–2013

KOCO 2010 logo


2013–present

KOCO 2013

Video

KOCO-TV news opens

KOCO-TV news opens


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