CBS Local IDs

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Here's a description of how local 1995 CBS' affiliates' IDs were animated, at least from what can be seen in the "You're On" demo (on Dailymotion and YouTube):

WCBS in New York City, New York

On a dark purple background, a purple CBS eye and an orange "2" drop down from different angles, then center themselves on the screen. "WCBS-TV NEW YORK" is wiped in from both sides below. WCBS (1995)

KZTV in Corpus Christi, Texas

TBA


WAFB in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Features WAFB's logo zooming in over a helicopter shot of downtown Baton Rouge. This was used for the 6 PM news open and similar versions of this logo were used to open the other newscasts produced by this station from 1990 until 1999. CBS Local ID's - CLG Wiki


KLFY in Lafayette, Louisiana

On a black background, an odd blue shape almost resembling a hurricane weather symbol spins around, while "10" and "KLFY" zoom out from the left. KLFY (1995)


WCSC in Charleston, South Carolina

TBA


KOAM in Joplin, Missouri

TBA


KFVS in Cape Girardeau, Missouri

TBA


WLNS in Lansing, Michigan

TBA


KTVL in Medford, Oregon

On a blue background with flying rectangles, "KTVL" and the number 10, inside a TV-tube shape, along with "MEDFORD", fly into place. The CBS eye also flies in below the "10". KTVL (1995)

WRAL (now NBC) in Raleigh, North Carolina

TBA


KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

On a blue background, the Group W-font "2" rotates into place, shining with flares. "KDKA" appears below, doing the same thing.

(NOTE: This ID appears twice in the reel, which is awkward.) KDKA (1995)

KWTX in Waco, Texas

On a transparent blue background that has a cameraman, eight screens of news footage throughout Waco shoot out in all directions. In the center, "NEWSCHANNEL 10" (with the "10" being gray-colored and larger than the rest), along with "KWTX-TV WACO, TEMPLE, KILLEEN" spin into place, leaving a trail, and the logo shines. KWTX (1995)

WHP in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

TBA


WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi

TBA


KWTV in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

TBA


WKRG in Mobile, Alabama

TBA


WLKY in Louisville, Kentucky

TBA


KTVQ in Billings, Montana

TBA


WRDW in Augusta, Georgia

TBA


WRBL in Columbus, Georgia

TBA


WLTX in Columbia, South Carolina

TBA


KRTV in Great Falls, Montana

On a purple-pink background, the camera tilts upward from a close-up shot of a giant periwinkle CBS eye with a "3" in the middle. "KRTV 3" and a gold CBS eye drop down slightly, over the giant eye. KRTV (1995)

WJZ in Baltimore, Maryland

On a black background, the WJZ logo of the time, in the Group W font, flies from the left. WJZ (1995)

WAKA in Montgomery, Alabama

TBA


WTHI in Terre Haute, Indiana

TBA


WFRV in Green Bay, Wisconsin

TBA


WYMT in Hazard, Kentucky

TBA


KSWT in Yuma, Arizona

TBA


WBKB in Alpena, Michigan

TBA


WNEM in Bay City, Michigan

TBA


KBIM in Roswell, New Mexico

TBA


WBTW in Florence, South Carolina

TBA


KSTF in Scottsbluff, Nebraska

Over a live-action picture of Scottsbluff, a cube with the 1992 CBS ID inside rotates around aimlessly in the center of the screen, then, just like a chick hatching out of its egg, the KSTF logo (consisting of a futuristic "KSTF" logo with "Scottsbluff" and "Gering" below) breaks free from the cube and zooms in to the viewer. KSTF (1995)

WJMN in Escanaba, Michigan

TBA


WISH (now CW) in Indianapolis, Indiana

TBA


WSPA in Spartanburg, South Carolina

TBA


WCIA in Champaign, Illinois/WCFN (now MyNetworkTV and WCIX) in Springfield, Illinois

TBA


WFMY in Greensboro, North Carolina

TBA


WMBD in Peoria, Illinois

TBA


KGAN in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

TBA


WCPO (now ABC) in Cincinnati, Ohio

TBA


WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia

TBA


KHOU in Houston, Texas

TBA


WKBN in Youngstown, Ohio

TBA


KJEO (now KGPE) in Fresno, California

TBA


KRQE in Albuquerque, New Mexico

TBA


KCCI in Des Moines, Iowa

TBA


WBNS in Columbus, Ohio

TBA


WJHL in Johnson City, Tennessee

TBA


WTOL in Toledo, Ohio

On a black background, a dark slate blue box with the white word "TOLEDO" appears. An italicized 11 numeral (one in turquoise and the other in lime green) fades in on the left of the box, then white boxes with midnight blue letters "THE" and "CHANNEL" fly in from the bottom and top respectively, crossing over each other as a white "NEWS" slides in from the right, all three words then settle into place on the right of the box. WTOL (1995)


KOLD in Tuscon, Arizona

TBA


KXMB in Bismarck, North Dakota

TBA


KFMB in San Diego, California

TBA


WJXT (now independent) in Jacksonville, Florida

TBA


KLEW in Lewiston, Idaho

TBA


WNCT in Greenville, North Carolina

TBA


KOIN in Portland, Oregon

TBA


KOLN in Lincoln, Nebraska/KGIN in Grand Island, Nebraska

TBA


KHSL in Chico, California

TBA


WTSP in Tampa, Florida

TBA


KSLA in Shreveport, Louisiana

TBA


KXJB (now Cozi TV and KRDK) in Valley City, North Dakota

TBA


WCTV in Thomasville, Georgia

TBA


KSTW (now CW) in Tacoma, Washington

TBA


WGPR (now WWJ) in Detroit, Michigan

Against a black background with a large purple CBS eye and the searchlights from the 1992 "This is CBS" campaign, a large pink CBS eye and large gold 62 numerals fly across the screen from the bottom-right corner of the screen to the upper-left, while multiple white "CBS DETROIT" words spin around the logo. WGPR (1995)


WTAJ in Altoona, Pennsylvania

TBA


WBNG in Binghamton, New York

TBA


WHNT in Huntsville, Alabama

TBA


WSBT in South Bend, Indiana

TBA


WMAZ in Macon, Georgia

TBA


KOTV in Tulsa, Oklahoma

TBA


WGNX (now WGCL) in Atlanta, Georgia

TBA


KMTV in Omaha, Nebraska

TBA


KELO in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

TBA


WLFI in Lafayette, Indiana

TBA


KPHO in Phoenix, Arizona

TBA


KMOV in St. Louis, Missouri

TBA


KTVT in Dallas, Texas

TBA


WCIX (now channel 4 and WFOR, channel 6 now NBC and WTVJ) in Miami, Florida

TBA


WWNY in Carthage, New York

TBA


WTKR in Norfolk, Virginia

TBA


WIVB in Buffalo, New York

TBA


KFDM in Beaumont, Texas

TBA


KOVR in Sacramento, California

TBA


WDJT in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

TBA


KRCG in Jefferson City, Missouri

TBA


KHQA in Hannibal, Missouri

TBA


WBMG (now WIAT) in Birmingham, Alabama

TBA


WUSA in Washington, District of Columbia

TBA


KCBY in Coos Bay, Oregon

TBA


WDEF in Chattanooga, Tennessee

TBA


KCTV in Kansas City, Missouri

TBA


KCOY in Santa Maria, California

TBA


KVAL in Eugene, Oregon

TBA


WTVR in Richmond, Virginia

TBA


KPIC in Roseburg, Oregon

TBA


KTVS (now independent and KCDO) in Sterling, Colorado

TBA


WOWK in Huntington, West Virginia

TBA


KDBC in El Paso, Texas

TBA


KGMB in Honolulu, Hawaii

TBA


KENS in San Antonio, Texas

TBA


KDLH (now CW) in Duluth, Minnesota

TBA


WROC in Rochester, New York

TBA


WCAX in Burlington, Vermont

TBA


WOIO in Shaker Heights, Ohio

TBA


WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina

TBA


WCPX (now WKMG) in Orlando, Florida

TBA


WBBM in Chicago, Illinois

TBA


KEYC in Mankato, Minnesota

TBA


KCNC in Denver, Colorado

TBA


KVIQ (now KJRW) in Eureka, California

TBA


KTAB in Abilene, Texas

TBA


WIBW in Topeka, Kansas

TBA


WREG in Memphis, Tennessee

TBA


KERO (now ABC) in Bakersfield, California

TBA


KREM in Spokane, Washington

TBA


KBTX in Bryan, Texas

TBA


KWCH in Wichita, Kansas

TBA


WTVH in Syracuse, New York

TBA


KBCI (now KBOI) in Boise, Idaho

TBA


WDTV in Weston, West Virginia

TBA


WAGM in Presque Isle, Maine

TBA


WWMT in Kalamazoo, Michigan

TBA


KGWC in Casper, Wyoming

TBA


WMDN in Meridian, Mississippi

TBA


KGWN in Cheyenne, Wyoming

TBA


KTVF (now NBC) in Fairbanks, Alaska

TBA


WGME in Portland, Maine

TBA


WANE in Fort Wayne, Indiana

TBA


KXLF in Butte, Montana/KCTZ (now KBZK) in Bozeman, Montana

TBA


WFSB in Hartford, Connecticut

TBA


WLYH (now Comet and WXBU) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania

TBA


KCBS in Los Angeles, California

TBA

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