Not to be confused with the real-life KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
KDKA-TV CBS 13 is owned and operated by the CBS Television Stations Division. It serves Ventura Bay & Starlight Shores, California.
This logo continued to be used until June 1973 after LIN Broadcasting's acquisition of the station from Group W back in February of 1973
The logo was changed to remove any traces of the station's Group W ownership
The 1973 logo got a significant facelift in 1977.
Sometime in 1982, Gray Television acquired KDKA-TV from LIN Broadcasting due to said station having overlapping city-grade signals with KBVW in Bayview (also owned by LIN). FCC laws at the time prohibited the common ownership of stations with overlapping city-grade signals.
This logo is identical to the 1980 logo, but with the ABC logo being replaced with CBS' logo to reflect their affiliation change in 1987
This logo would de-emphasize the CBS branding from primary use
This logo was used less than a year after CBS acquired KDKA-TV from Hearst-Argyle Television in 2000. This logo would last less than 2 years
A new logo was created that ditched the Bank Gothic Font and the 1996 "13".
A border, background, and call-sign was added to the 2003 logo
- Westinghouse Broadcasting (Group W) (1966-1973)
- LIN Broadcasting (1973-1982)
- Gray Television (1982-1987)
- Hearst-Argyle Television (1987-2000. Formerly known as Hearst Broadcasting prior to 1997, now known as Hearst Television as of 2009)
- CBS Television Stations (2000-Present)