Kevin Hunt Channel 12 Sports

Thursday, October 24, 2019 4:33:13 PM

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Died June 2, The "12" logo survived until , long after the station became KPNX.

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This was the first appearance of the current "12" logo. This was the first appearance of a state map outline as background for the " A simplified, combined version was created with animated sunset and clouds in the Arizona state outline.

Immediately after the September 11th Terrorist Attacks, a red, white, and blue ribbon was placed on the upper right part of the logo.

News Director Don Shafer had been unhappy with Hunt for months, and only the support of Laslavic and station general manager Neil Derrough saved his job. They felt Hunt had earned a chance with his hard work of the past year.

After almost a decade using the state outline for logo representation, Marketing management wanted to modernize the logo and continue to keep the brand look. This simple, flat, clean font look was created.

Alternate version of current logo, used as an alternate color version for light white backgrounds.

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Enhanced HD version of 12 News logo. KPNX was the first station in Arizona to broadcast its news in high definition.

A complete plant rewire, new set and graphics package were installed to showcase the high-tech, glassy-chrome look of high-definition.

On-air bug used beginning in Over the years, KPNX has used a legal station identification that did not comply with FCC regulations, which require that in the legal identification broadcast aurally or visually, a station must state its call sign, followed by its city of license.

On its Weather Plus programming on Elizabeth Ashley portrayed fictional Channel 12 reporter Sharon Allan. The movie aired as a three-hour event on NBC.

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