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Contents

1948–1953 1953–1955 1959–1961 1961–1964 1964–1975 1975–1985 1985–1990
1948–1953 1953–1955 1959–1961 1961–1964 1964–1975 1975–1985 1985–1990
1990–present 1990-1995 1995 1995–2004 2004-2013 2013-present
1990–present 1990-1995 1995 1995–2004 2004-2013 2013-present

1948–1953

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WBAL-TV began operations on March 11, 1948, from its original studios on North Charles Street in Downtown Baltimore on VHF channel 11. It is the flagship station of Hearst Television, a subsidiary of New York City-based Hearst Communications, and it has been owned by the company since its inception.

1953–1955

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1955–1959

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1959–1961

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1961–1964

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1964–1975

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1975–1990

1975–1985

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1985–1990

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The same basic design from the previous logo was retained, adding horizontal stripes on the edges of the 11 in the logo.

1990–present

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On January 2, 1995, WBAL-TV regained its NBC affiliation after a 14-year hiatus, swapping affiliations after The E.W. Scripps Company signed an agreement with ABC, which took WMAR-TV's affiliation away from WJZ-TV, which then-owner Westinghouse chose to sign a long-term affiliation contract with CBS (CBS would eventually acquire WJZ-TV outright).

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