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In 1999, it introduced a new logo, reads "KCAR BENTON 39" in the Field Communications font.
 
In 1999, it introduced a new logo, reads "KCAR BENTON 39" in the Field Communications font.
 
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==2009-present==
[[Template:Missing current logo]] In 2009, when Gannett sold KCAR to NBC Universal and changes its calls to KNBZ-TV, it became "Z 39", Saline County's first youth-oriented entertainment and information station.
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In 2009, when Gannett sold KCAR to NBC Universal and changes its calls to KNBZ-TV, it became "Z 39", Saline County's first youth-oriented entertainment and information station.
 
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[[Category:Fictional Television stations]]

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1980-1986

Template:Missing former logo At the independent affiliation, it were owned by MFW Communications.

1986-January 1989

Template:Missing former logo It was sold to Gannett Company in that year.

January-May 1989

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May 1989-1991

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1991-1993

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1993-1999

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1999-2009

Template:Missing former logo In 1999, it introduced a new logo, reads "KCAR BENTON 39" in the Field Communications font.

2009-present

Mais

In 2009, when Gannett sold KCAR to NBC Universal and changes its calls to KNBZ-TV, it became "Z 39", Saline County's first youth-oriented entertainment and information station.

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