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For its sister station in Dallas–Fort Worth that formerly used the KBTV callsign, see WFAA.
Not to be confused with WUSA.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1952–1956 1956–1964 1964–1966 1966–1974 1974–1977 1977–1984
1952–1956 1956–1964 1964–1966 1966–1974 1974–1977 1977–1984
1984–1995 (primary) / 1995–present (secondary) September 1995 October 1995–1999 1999–2017 2017–present  
1984–1995 (primary) / 1995–present (secondary) September 1995 October 1995–1999 1999–2017 2017–present

KBTV

1952–1956

KBTV1953.jpg

1956–1964

KBTV1960.jpg

1964–1966

Kbtv0964.jpg

1966–1974

KBTV (1969) 2.svg

1974–1977

KBTV 1975.png

1977–1984

KBTV 9.svg

KUSA

1984–present

KUSA-TV.svg

On March 19, 1984, KBTV became KUSA. The "9" in KUSA's logo is still being used today, and has been the only logo the station has used under that callsign. This is also shared with sister station WUSA in Washington, D.C.; the design is similar to the one formerly used by KMSP-TV in Minneapolis from 1972-1999.

1984–1995 (primary) / 1995–present (secondary)

KUSAstar.svg

This logo was used from 1984 (when KUSA was still affiliated with ABC) until 1995, when KUSA switched to NBC. It is barely used today. KMGH-TV's owner, McGraw-Hill (now S&P Global; KMGH is currently owned by The E.W. Scripps Company) had struck an affiliation agreement with ABC (due partly to the fact that its stations in San Diego and Indianapolis had already been aligned with the network), and KCNC-TV was traded to CBS in exchange for WCAU; making KUSA an NBC affiliate.

September 1995

KUSA 1.svg

Used in the first month as an NBC affiliate after the switch.

October 1995–1999

9NEWS-preNBC.svg

The variant that placed the NBC logo to the left of the main logo was dropped as its primary logo after one month but remained in use as a secondary logo until 1999.

1999–2017

KUSA logo.svg

In 2005, KUSA gained a sister station when Gannett Broadcasting purchased KTVD, currently a MyNetworkTV affiliate. The peacock returned, but was now placed on the right-hand side.

2017–present

KUSA 2017.svg

The red/white/blue lines under the "NEWS" part of the logo was removed.

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