This article is about the PBS member station in New York City. For the TV station in Providence that once used the call sign, see WNAC-TV. For the FNX-affiliated TV station that currently uses the former call sign of this station, see WNDT-CD.
In 1972, WNET released another logo. The "w" was blue, the "n" was orange, the "e" was yellow-green, and the "t" and "13" were green. This logo uses a variation of the Bauhaus typeface as its font. This logo is similar to what NET used at the time.
Around mid-2008 the logo appeared on wnet.org but this logo wouldn't be officially used until 2009. On May 12, 2009, WNET parent company WNET.org was re-branded, along with both stations, WNET and WLIW. The new identity was developed with Pentagram in New York. The corporation and the stations are linked through the dot in WNET.org.
In 2011, the logo was modified, and they removed the tittle above the "i", making it a capital "I" for the first time.
In 2021, the logo was modified again for the first time in 10 years. The "R" now goes into part of the "T" and the PBS logo was updated to match the 2019 PBS branding. It is currently unknown when this logo will go to full usage as the primary logo.
After the 1999 rebrand, the brand's then-new "THIRTEEN" logo began to be used as also a closing logo.