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Contents

1953-1964 1964-1969 1969-1974 1974-1983 1983-1986 1986-Late 1980s
1953-1964 1964-1969 1969-1974 1974-1983 1983-1986 1986-Late 1980s
Late 1980s-1994 1994-2000 2000-2004 2004-2008 2008-present  
Late 1980s-1994 1994-2000 2000-2004 2004-2008 2008-present

1953–1964

Ancient WBRE "Indian" logo.jpg

WBRE-TV signed on New Year's Day 1953 becoming the first television station in the market. It was owned by the Baltimore family along with WBRE radio (1340 AM, now WYCK, and 98.5 FM, now WKRZ).

1964–1969

1969–1974

Wbre28 1969.jpg

1974–1983

WBRE 28 (1974).svg

1983-Late 1980s, 1994-2000

Helvetica Black 28.svg

1983–1986

WBRE 28 (1983).svg

The Baltimores sold channel 28 to Northeastern Television Investors; four years after its radio sisters were sold off.

1986–Late 1980s

WBRE 28 (1986).svg

Northeastern Television in turn sold WBRE to Adams Communications in 1987.

Late 1980s–1994

WBRE 28 (198x).svg

1994–2000

WBRE 28 (1994).svg

During this logo's run, the Nexstar Broadcast Group purchased WBRE-TV in 1997, and sold WYOU to Mission Broadcasting. However, Nexstar continues to control WYOU's operations through a joint sales agreement. This logo also revived its 1980s-era Helvetica Black "28".

2000–2004

WBRE 1.svg

2004–2008

WBRE (2004).svg

2008–present

WBRE logo.svg

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