Fuji Television Network, Inc. (also known as Fuji Television) is a Japanese free-to-air television channel assigned as JOCX-DTV central signal placed in Odaiba, Minato, Tokyo. It is owned by Fuji Media Holdings and is a part of Fujisankei Communications Group.
Fuji Television was founded as a TV station in Tokyo on November 18, 1957, and began broadcasting on March 1, 1959, as JOCX-TV. The logo consisted of a number eight as a two gathered eye shape, and its wordmark was written as Japanese name.
Yuji Baba (wordmark) Katsu Yoshida (eye logo)
Fujisankei Communications Group font (designed by Baba)
In April 1986, Fuji TV stopped using the abstract 8-numeral logo after 29 years since 1957, and a new logo was introduced though it consists of a stylized eye with a red circle. With this New logo, the station decided to borrow Fujisankei Communications Group's logo and font.