This logo was adopted on September 10, 1973, and was similar to those of WALA-TV in Mobile–Pensacola, along with WTSP in Tampa–St. Petersburg, who would later adopt the design years long after this logo was adopted.
The logo was adopted in 1995 when NBC purchased WCAU from CBS, which becoming the first former CBS O&O to owned by them and switched the affiliations from KYW-TV respectively. This logo was also used by former sister station WJAR-TV in Providence, Rhode Island.
The "NBC" lettering was omitted from the logo.
TV stations in the Delaware Valley, including Philadelphia, Northern Delaware, South Jersey and the Lehigh Valley
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Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and territory, and based on the station's city of license or Designated Market Area.