This logo design was also used by then-sister stations WRCB, WSTV-TV/WTOV-TV, and WROC-TV.
On March 31, 1980, WTLV and WJKS swapped affiliation, with WTLV taking the ABC affiliation and WJKS taking NBC.
This logo debuted after then-new owner Media General bought the station.
On April 3, 1988, WTLV and WJKS reversed the 1980 affiliation swap, as NBC became the highest-rated network at the time.
WJKS promo featuring localized graphics modeled after ABC's "Something's Happening" campaign from 1988
WJKS station ID from ABC's "America's Watching" campaign from 1991-1992
WJKS promo using graphics from ABC's "America's Watching" campaign (1991)
WJKS station ID from ABC's "Watched by More People" campaign from 1993-1994
WJKS promo using graphics from ABC's "Watched By More People Than Any Other Network" campaign (1993)
WJKS 3 Decades promo
In 1997, Allbritton Communications Company and ABC made an affiliation deal, which also involved the affiliation of WBSG-TV (now WPXC-TV). As of result, a new station called WJXX was created to allow Jacksonville viewers to watch ABC, and WJKS became an affiliate of The WB on April 1, 1997, changing its call letters to WJWB in the process.
Logo with Michigan J. Frog
WJWB became an affiliate of The CW in 2006, changing its call letters to WCWJ.
Notes Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and territory, and based on the station's city of license or Designated Market Area. +Station carries CW programming on a digital subchannel, via The CW Plus. +1Local CW Plus affiliate operates as cable-only channel.
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