WBAN-TV is a commercial-free television station located in Orlando, Florida, and it is affiliated with American cable and satellite television networks Comedy Central and Nickelodeon (and Nick at Nite). It operates on channel 37 and is owned by Konami which is the one of the television stations to be owned by a video game publisher. It began broadcasting in late-1975 as a independent station. Konami purchased WBAN-TV in 1989.
WKNY-TV offers the complete Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and Nick at Nite programming schedule, plus complete uninterrupted playthroughs of Konami, Square Enix (including Eidos games and its divisions and its predecessors Square and Enix) and Hudson Soft games, and original comedy, kids, sitcom and video game programming produced exclusively for WBAN-TV viewers.
The new logo is launched as WBAN-TV becomes a Pinwheel affiliate in 1977, and rebranded as "Pinwheel 37" or "WBAN 37".
WBAN-TV receives a on-air makeover in 1979, it rebranded as "Nickelodeon 37", this and the next logos continue until 1985.
WBAN-TV added Nick at Nite, renaming to Nickelodeon / Nick at Nite 37"
In 1989, Konami purchased the station, but continue to alive as "Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite 37".
Comedy Central was added to WBAN-TV, rebranded as "Comedy Central/Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite - WBAN-TV 37", this was still in use.