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1953–1959 1959–1971 1971–1978 1978–1984 1984–1987 1987–1998
1953–1959 1959–1971 1971–1978 1978–1984 1984–1987 1987–1998
1998–2000 2000–2006 2006–2015 2015–present 2021-present (secondary)  
1998–2000 2000–2006 2006–2015 2015–present 2021-present (secondary)

1953–1959

120px-KOMO 1953 logo.jpg

KOMO-TV originally signed on the air on December 10, 1953, as an NBC affiliate on VHF channel 4 and was founded and owned the Fisher family; it became an ABC station on September 27, 1959, with NBC going to KING-TV.

1959–1971

KOMO-TV's Channel 4 Video ID From 1960.jpg

1971–1978

KOMO-TV's Channel 4 Video ID From 1974.jpg

For a brief period in 1978, the station's newscasts used this logo even as the next logo below was introduced.

1978–1987

KOMO 1980s.svg

The "4" in this logo would be used until 2000.

1985–1987

KOMO 4 1984.svg

This italicized KOMO4SEATTLE logo was used concurrently with the 1978 '4' logo above in this period; additonally, the logo seen in the "Together" ID was used as a secondary logo during 1986-87; a forerunner to the below logo.

1987–2000

1987–1998

KOMO 1987.svg

Sort of a similar design to the 1971 logo; the 1978 "4" logo became enclosed in a rounded square.

1998–2000

KOMO 1998.png

The white outline of the square was removed, and the ABC logo placed in the upper left-hand side.

2000–2006

KOMO 2000.svg

Fisher Communications rebranded all of their stations with this universal logo design in 2000. Sister stations at the time included KATU, KIMA-TV, KBOI-TV, KIDK, KLEW-TV, KEPR-TV, and KVAL-TV.

2006–2015

KOMO4 2006.svg

Longtime owner Fisher Communications was acquired by the Sinclair Broadcast Group on April 10, 2013, with the transaction completed on August 8.

2015–present

KOMO 4 2015.svg

KOMO reintroduced the 1978 "4" logo, 2 years after current owner Sinclair Broadcast Group acquired longtime owner Fisher Communications in 2013.

2021-present (secondary)

KOMO 4 2021.svg

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