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Logo capture and video courtesy of skyoneer2007

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LVT-TV is a PBS affiliate located in Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, Pennsylvania. The station went on the air on September 1965.

1st (known) Logo

WLVT (1986-Early 90's)Nicknames: "39 in a Box", "Lots of Lights!", "WLVT of Annoyance", "An Interesting Way To Start A Wrestling Match"

Logo: On a black-blue gradient background, light flares come in from the right, shooting out to the left, forming "WLVT" in Cooper font, and in a silver color. Next, two lights draw what appears to be a rounded rectangle box, then, three lights flash "Allentown", "Bethlehem", and "Easton, Pa." on the right side of the box, and a fourth light then flashes the number "39" inside the box, and the logo shines as "A" and "Presentation", in a cheap Arial font fade in.

FX/SFX: The light effects, plus the cheap chyron fade-in. The fact that the logo was made in 1986 makes it extremely dated for its lifetime.

Music/Sounds: A warbly Moog synthesizer tune that repeats four times and gets higher in pitch. A little like the NBC jingle.

Availability: Extinct. It was seen on wrestling matches of the era (aired on the station) along with WLVT's local program Tempo.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd (Known) Logo

Lehigh Valley PBS (2004)PBS39 (2008)

Logo: TBA


Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: TBA

Editor's Note: TBA