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For the stations that once used and currently use the WTVW call sign, see WISN-TV and WTVW.
Not to be confused with WLAJ or WJAL.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1951–1971 1971–1975 1975–1984 1984–1998 1998–2001 2001–present
1951–1971 1971–1975 1975–1984 1984–1998 1998–2001 2001–present
2001–2008 2008–2013 2013–2019 2019-2021 2021–present  
2001–2008 2008–2013 2013–2019 2019-2021 2021–present

WTVW

1947

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WJLA-TV originally launched using the callsign WTVW on October 3, 1947. It would change its call letters to WMAL-TV a few months later.

WMAL-TV

1947–1951

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1951–1971

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1971–1975

WMAL-WJLA (1973).svg

1975–1977

Wmal70s.jpg

WJLA-TV

1977–1984

WJLA logo 1976.svg

In 1977, WMAL-TV changed its call sign to WJLA-TV after the owner & Houston-based businessman Joe Louis Albritton.

1984–2001

WJLA 1976.svg

Notice the "7" in this version has a slight notch on it and is squared off as opposed to rounded off previously. Australia's Seven Network would use a logo similar to that of WJLA from 1989 to 1999.

1984–1998

1998–2001

WJLA 1999.svg

2001–present

Circle 7 1962.svg

The station adopted the ABC O&O 'circle 7' logo.

2001–2007

WJLA 2001.svg

2007–2013

ABC7WJLA.png

2013–2019

WJLA 2013 logo.svg

2019–2021

WJLA-2019.svg

2021–present

WJLA ABC 7 2021.svg

For the first time since 2001 when the ABC network logo was added to the station's logo, the ABC network logo is moved from the center left to the bottom left of the circle, following suit of two of ABC's owned and operated stations, KGO-TV and its West Coast flagship station, KABC-TV.

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