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The CW (abbreviated from its two parent corporations, CBS and Warner Bros.) is an American free-to-air television network that is operated by The CW Network, LLC, a limited liability joint venture between ViacomCBS through its CBS Entertainment Group division; and AT&T, whose WarnerMedia subsidiary is the parent company of Warner Bros. It is the fifth television network in the United States, after NBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox.

The CW is a successor to The WB and UPN, both of which launched within one week of each other in 1995.


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The logo and identity for The CW were created by Troika Design Group. The new logo was presented in May 2006, and The CW launched on September 18, 2006, formed by the merger of The WB and UPN. The logo, which consists of the letters "C" and "W" connected to one another, has drawn comparisons to the logo for WarnerMedia-owned CNN.

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