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WTOV-TV[]

1953–1956[]

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WTOV was the Hampton Roads DuMont affiliate; eventually going dark soon after DuMont folded.

WYAH-TV[]

1961–1967[]

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In 1961; the now-defunct station was acquired by Pat Robertson, a young Southern Baptist preacher and son of then-Virginia Senator A. Willis Robertson. Robertson would own the station until 1989.

1967–1978[]

WYAH-TV 1977

1978–1983[]

1983–1989[]

WYAH 1983 ID

WYAH would drop the "-TV" suffix in 1983.

WGNT[]

1989–2002[]

The underlying design (a 27 in a Futura-esque typeface) would be retained with only minor adjustments until 2002.

1989–1995[]

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For the entirety of WGNT's tenure as an independent after the station was sold by CBN to Centennial Broadcasting, the 27 would have the "2" stacked slightly over the "7".

WYAH was sold to Centennial Broadcasting in the fall of 1989 and renamed WGNT.

1995–2001[]

WGNT 1995

WGNT became a UPN affiliate upon the network's launch on January 16, 1995. At that point, the "2" and "7" were positioned next to each other instead of being stacked.

2001–2002[]

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For this version, the "27" is shown on the same level of the UPN logo.

2002–2006[]

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2006–2010[]

WGNT 2006

WGNT became a CW affiliate upon the network's launch on September 18, 2006.

2010–2016[]

Wgnt the cw

2016–present[]

WGNT27


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