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This article is about the independent TV station in Boston. For the defunct TV station in the same area as this station formerly used the WHDH callsign, see WHDH-TV (1957–1972). For the first license of channel 7 in Boston, which existed from 1948 to 1982, see WNAC-TV. For the K-pop musician which has the same name as the former branding of this station, see SE7EN.
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1982–1987 1987–1993 1993–1997 1997–December 2016 January 2017–present
1982–1987 1987–1993 1993–1997 1997–December 2016 January 2017–present




Channel 7 was relaunched under a new license and ownership as WNEV-TV at 5:55 AM on May 22, 1982. The call letters originally stood for New England Vision, and was owned-and-operated by New England Television (ran by grocery magnate David Mugar). Here, this logo is also known as "SE7EN".


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The 1987 logo was carried over when WNEV changed its call letters to the current WHDH on March 12, 1990, when New England Television acquired WHDH-AM on August 7, 1989.


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Mugar sold WHDH to Ed Ansin's Sunbeam Television (whom Ansin was a Worcester native) on April 22, 1993. As a result, it adopted a circled 7 again, this time borrowed from now-sister station WSVN in Miami–Fort Lauderdale, and has been used by the station ever since, surviving two network affiliation changes.


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1997–December 2016
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On January 2, 1995, WHDH became an NBC affiliate, after CBS programming moved to WBZ-TV following Westinghouse Broadcasting's affiliation deal with the network. On January 1, 2017, WHDH went independent with the NBC programming moved to WBTS-LD.

January 2017–present
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External links

WNAC-TV (Boston)
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