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KOVR-1965 KOVR Action 13 ID - 1970s Kovr1377 1979 KOVR Sacramento station ID joined-in-progress KOVR (1980-1987) Screen Shot 2019-04-10 at 8.26.51 PM
1954–1969 1969–1971 1971–1978 1978–1980 1980–1987 1987
 
KOVR 13 KOVR logo 1989 KOVR 1995 1 KOVR 13 2005 KOVR CBS 13  
1987–1989 1989–1995 1995–2005 2005–2013 2013–present


1954–1969

KOVR-1965


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1969–1971

KOVR Action 13 ID - 1970s


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1971–1978

Kovr1377


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1978–1980

1979 KOVR Sacramento station ID joined-in-progress

1980–1987

KOVR (1980-1987)

This logo is similar to the one used by WHBQ-TV in Memphis.

1987

Screen Shot 2019-04-10 at 8.26.51 PM


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1987–1989

KOVR 13


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1989–1995

KOVR logo 1989

1995–2005

KOVR 1995 1

KOVR switched from ABC to CBS, which sent the former affiliation to then-affiliate KXTV on March 6, 1995. This logo was similar to that of then-sister station, WGME-TV in Portland, Maine.

2005–present

2005–2013

KOVR 13 2005

In December 2004, Viacom, then the owner of CBS, agreed to acquire KOVR from Sinclair Broadcast Group for $285 million. The deal was completed on April 29, 2005. This gave Viacom a duopoly in Sacramento, where it already had UPN owned-and-operated station KMAX-TV. The station subsequently changed its name to CBS 13.

2013–present

KOVR CBS 13

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