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KARD-TV

1955–1963

The station was launched on September 10, 1955 as KARD-TV as a independent station. In 1956, the station joined NBC after KEDD was shut down. In 1962, the station was purchased by Central Kansas Television (which owned KCKT (VHF channel 2) in Great Bend, KGLD (VHF channel 11) in Garden City and KOMC-TV (VHF channel 8) in Oberlin).

1963–1969

1969–1975

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1976–1981

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This logo was shared with WKYC in Cleveland.

1981–1982

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KSNW

1982–1986

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The call letters of all four of the Kansas State Network stations were changed on August 16, 1982 to help viewers think of the four stations as part of one large network. KARD changed its calls to KSNW, KCKT became KSNC, KGLD became KSNG and KOMC became KSNK. With the change, the stations became known as KSN.

1987–1990

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1990–1996

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1996–2002

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2002–present

2002–2008

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2008–2014

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2014–present

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