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Originally signed on the air on September 10, 1967, as
KHBV-TV, Nevada's first independent station licensed to Henderson on VHF channel 5. Owned first by Charles Vanda, Levin-Townsend Enterprises acquired the station in 1969.
In 1971, the station assumed its current
KVVU-TV call letters after being purchased by the Nevada Independent Broadcasting Corporation.
In 1978, the station was sold to Carson Broadcasting, a company owned by talk show host and entertainer Johnny Carson, who visited the station fairly often. Under Carson's ownership, the station often ran R-rated theatrical films uncut during the late-night and early morning hours; while the afternoon (1:00 p.m.) and evening (9:00 p.m.) movies would always be different, the same film would be run uncut in the evening and aired in its censored form in the afternoon, but not on the same day.
Station ID (December 21, 1985)
Station ID ("TV5 Saturday Cinema", December 21, 1985)
" promo (December 21, 1985)
Rebel Round Up Tournament promo (December 21, 1985)
Translator ID #1 (December 21, 1985)
Translator ID #2 (December 21, 1985)
Translator ID #3 (December 21, 1985)
Translator ID #4 (December 21, 1985)
Translator ID #5 (December 21, 1985)
The Des Moines-based
Meredith Corporation purchased channel 5 in 1985.
Shortly after Meredith's takeover, it adopted a logo design, which was borrowed from its new sister stations
KCTV in Kansas City, KPHO-TV in Phoenix, WNEM-TV in Bay City, Michigan and until 1993, WTVH in Syracuse, New York. Both KVVU-TV and WNEM-TV continued using the "5" portion of this logo until 2002 and 2004, long after each of those other stations had discontinued using the stylized "tv5" logo (WTVH doing so after being sold by Meredith in 1993 for example).
Station ID (with backdrop, August 1989)
Legal ID info (August 1989)
Saturday promo (April 1988)
Sunday promo (April 1988)
Charter Hospital of Las Vegas PSA (April 1988)
Saturday TV5 Movie promo (April 1988)
"Supermodel of the World" promo (April 1988)
"War Hunt" promo (April 1988)
"Vegas Valley Productions" #1 (1989)
"Vegas Valley Productions" #2 (1989)
Ballet Folkorico de Mexico PSA (August 21, 1989)
Fletcher Jones PSA (August 21, 1989)
Las Vegas Chrysler Plymouth PSA (August 21, 1989)
"What's Happening in Nevada" PSA (August 1989)
Community service ID #1 (August 1989)
Community service ID #2 (August 1989)
Community service ID #3 (August 1989)
Community service ID #4 (August 1989)
Community service ID #5 (August 1989)
Christmas PSA #1 (December 1989)
Christmas PSA #2 (December 1989)
Used in tandem with the next logo until 1990.
"Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" promo (December 1989)
Used in tandem with the "tv5" logo until 1990.
"Children's Miracle Telethon on Fox 5 Kids Club" promo (May 30, 1992)
"Rites Me Passing" PSA/promo (May 30, 1992)
Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group ad (September 1992)
Smoke Alarm PSA (September 1992)
"The Kids TV Takeover" promo (1993)
"Speed Racers" promo (1993)
"TV's Best Toons" promo (1993)
"Halloweekend" promo (1993)
"Fox 5 Kids Club"
PSA featuring mascot Rusty the Fox (1993)
"Energy Express" promo (1993)
Watermark used during network and off-network promos (October 15, 1995)
Logo during network lineup (October 15, 1995)
"Beyond Reality" promo (October 15, 1995)
KVVU, alongside Meredith's entire Local Media division, was purchased by Gray Television in December 2021, making it a sister to
KOLO-TV in Reno.
Current logo with slogan, seen from its website since March 2022
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