Originally signed on the air on October 19, 1964 as KTEH; former independent stations KBSC-TV in Corona/Los Angeles (now Telemundo station KVEA), and KECH (now Ion Television station KPXG-TV) in Portland, Oregon also used the same font used by KTEH at the time, called New Zelek.
19??–1985? (programs) / 19??–1994 (sign-offs)
Logo with "TV" instead of "Television"
KTEH Station ID 2007-2011 (Kids Only)
The KTEH logo was changed after KQED and KTEH were merged into an umbrella company, Northern California Public Broadcasting (now known as KQED Inc.), on May 1, 2006.
On July 1, 2011, KTEH changed call letters to the current KQEH and brands as "KQED Plus".