The FCC has long taken a hands off approach to station formats and only looked at technical parameters and a few basic public service requirements. But now the station pages have station logos on them! Here's KSL's transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/fmq?list=0&facid=54156
The appearance of station logos in the FCC's database apparently has to do with the agency dropping the requirement for stations to maintain a hard copy of their public inspection file. If I move my mouse pointer over a station's logo, a dialog box pops up to indicate that it's a link to the station's public inspection file. It also mentions that most AM & FM stations have until March 1ST, 2018 to start using online public inspection files; as well as noting that the FCC doesn't collect programming format information, and that all format information is supplied by the licensee. It appears that KSL and some other local stations (KBER for one) have already made the move to publishing their public inspection files online, hence the station logos showing up on some pages.