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1954–1958 1958–1963 1963–1967 1967–197? 197?–1974 1974–1976
1954–1958 1958–1963 1963–1967 1967–197? 197?–1974 1974–1976
1976–1980 1980–1994 1994–2007 2007–2014 2014–present  
1976–1980 1980–1994 1994–2007 2007–2014 2014–present

1954–1958

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Originally signed on the air on October 29, 1954, as a primary ABC affiliate on VHF channel 2. It was originally owned by Cole Wylie alongside KREM radio (AM 970, now KTTO; and FM 92.9, now KZZU-FM). The King Broadcasting Company, run by Seattle businesswoman Dorothy Bullitt, bought the KREM stations from Wylie in 1957; the radio stations were sold off in 1984. (Coincidentally, the former KREM-FM is now a sister station to KXLY-TV.) However, channel 2 retained the -TV suffix in its callsign until 2009.

1958–1963

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1963–1967

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This logo was also used by KTVU in Oakland–San Francisco from 1967–1975, and similar logo with BBC Two from 1967-1974.

1967–197?

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197?–1974

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1974–1976

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1976–1980

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On August 8, 1976, KREM-TV swapped affiliations with KXLY-TV and became a CBS affiliate; CBS had dropped KXLY-TV for constantly pre-empting or delaying its network shows; the staton kept its 1974 logo even with the change.

1980–1994

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The Bullitts sold their broadcasting assets to the Providence Journal Company in 1992, but the station kept its logo.

The logo was similar to WJBK from 1978-1983.

1994–2007

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This logo was based on the logo used for KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, KSTW in Tacoma–Seattle, and KTVT in Fort Worth–Dallas.

2007–2014

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2014–present

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On June 16, 2014, KREM's Facebook Page revealed a new logo.

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