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1985–August 1996 September–December 1996 1997–2007 2007–2012 2012–2023 2023–present
1985–August 1996 September–December 1996 1997–2007 2007–2012 2012–2023 2023–present

WLIG[]

1985–August 1996[]

WLNY 1985-86

WLNY-TV[]

September–December 1996[]

NY55
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WLNY's "NY 55" branding lasted between September 1996 and December 1996, following the call letters being changed from WLIG to the current WLNY-TV.

1997–2007[]

TV55 logo
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WLNY's "TV 55" branding lasted between 1997 and 2007. On December 31, 2005, WLNY shut down its analog signal and became a digital-only station (only four years before all TV stations shut down their analog signals on June 12, 2009).

2007–2012[]

WLNY-DT 2008
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On October 22, 2007, WLNY changed its branding from TV-55 to TV 10/55 to reflect its cable and satellite channel assignments (Verizon FiOS, Cablevision and Xfinity carry WLNY on channel 10). For several years prior to the rebranding, it had been using an onscreen graphic identifying the station as "WLNY 55/10".

2012–2023[]

WLNY 55

On December 12, 2011, CBS Television Stations announced its intent to purchase WLNY-TV, creating a duopoly with flagship station WCBS-TV. The sale was completed on March 30, 2012. WLNY's new on-air logo was adopted in March 2012 and newscasts produced by WCBS-TV debuted in July 2012. This logo is similar to KCAL-TV logo, in which the station is also owned by CBS and a sister station to West Coast flagship KCBS-TV.

2023–present[]

WLNY New York 55 2023
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  TT Norms
Launched:  September 12, 2023

On September 12, 2023, WLNY introduced an new logo that returned to its previous "New York 55" branding for the first time since the September–December 1996 period as part of a company-wide rebranding of its CW stations, as they transitioned into independent stations on September 1; the logo is similar in "city + channel" form to sister stations in Sacramento (KMAX-TV), Philadelphia (WPSG), Atlanta (WUPA), Detroit (WKBD-TV), St. Petersburg (WTOG), and Tacoma (KSTW).


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