KABN is the ABN affiliate serving the Seattle-Tacoma Metro, Washington area broadcasting on UHF channel 4. It is ABN's first charter flagship television station for the West Coast. It serves as the primary side-by-side station with KAYB in the Bellingham area and KHTC in the Kent area.
Sports-specific color scheme practice
In 1996, KABN began the practice of using sports-specific color schemes for their on-screen ID logos starting with 1995 Seattle Mariners World Series championship. This was followed by the 2013-14 Seattle Seahawks NFC and Super Bowl championships. There was no color scheme from the Seattle Supersonics (now the Oklahoma City Thunder) used. Seahawks fans loved this newer logo (shown in the infobox) that in February 2016, KABN adopted this as their permanent on-screen ID logo with the diamond and "Ultra HD" elements in Seahawks green, the trapezoid in dark blue, "ABN 4" in silver to match the color scheme of the Seahawks.
1996-2001 - www.kabn.com
2001-2009 - www.abnnews4.com
2009-2013 - www.abnseattle.com
2013-20xx - www.abnseatac.com
Used in January 2015 to February 2016
Used in 2007 to 2015
2015 "America's Most Trusted Television Leader" scheme for KABN which uses the slogan "SeaTac's Most Trusted Television Leader"
Special ID commemorating the Eagle Bowl LX World Champions, the Seattle Thunderhawks of Major League Football
Special ID commemorating the Super Bowl XLVIII World Champions, the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League with the "#12thMan"
2001 "Pulse of America" theme using the slogan "The Pulse of Seattle"
1986 "Great Things Are Happening On ABN" theme using the custom slogan "Seattle's Number One Network!"
1985 "Share the Spirit of ABN" theme adding Tacoma
1981 "We Are Television" Series 2 theme
First ID screen of the post-Champion Television Group era in 1964
For viewers who cannot watch KABN Ultra HD television in the event of a power outage to get news and weather information, the audio portion of channel 4 can be heard on the radio frequencies of 1000 AM or 101.9 FM.
Television Stations in the Seattle/Tacoma/Everett/Bellingham, WA area