For the NBC-affiliated television station in Columbus, Ohio that formerly held the WLWC call letters, see WCMH-TV.

1997

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On April 14, 1997, WLWC began broadcasting as a Primary WB Affiliate, prior to that date, WB programming in New Beford, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island was provided on cable systems by Boston WB Affiliate WLVI-TV and Superstation WGN. On July 31, 1997 WLWC along with WWHO was purchased by Paramount Stations Group from Fant Broadcasting, and added UPN as a Secondary affiliate that same year.

1997–2001

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This was used as a secondary logo for WLWC's secondary affiliation with UPN until 1998 when it rebranded that fall as UPN 28 but carried The WB primary until the fall of 2000.

2001–2002

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In the Fall of 2000, the station became a primary UPN affiliate and a secondary The WB affiliate.

2002–2006

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2006–2016

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2016–2017

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2017–2019

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On August 17, 2017, Nexstar Media Group announced that WNAC-DT2 would become the new CW affiliate for the Rhode Island area effective October 2 and WLWC became as Ion Life affiliation.

2019–present

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