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For the first time after 10 years on air, a new logo was unveiled on March 23, 2017.
On July 1, 2019, the network was rebranded as Ion Plus to reflect its current schedule (matching the main format of Ion Television) and expanded cable coverage.
Following the acquisition of The E.W. Scripps Company, it was announced that Ion Plus would cease operations on February 28, 2021, along with Qubo. However, while Qubo ceased operations completely, Ion Plus is currently still broadcasting on the Vizio WatchTV and Samsung TV Plus service.
|A division of The E.W. Scripps Company
Ion Television O&O affiliates: KFPX-TV | KKPX-TV | KMCC | KPXB-TV | KPXD-TV | KPXG-TV | KPXL-TV | KPXN-TV | KPXR-TV | KSPX-TV | KTPX-TV | KUPX-TV | KWPX-TV | WBPX-TV/WPXG-TV | WCPX-TV | WEPX-TV | WINP-TV | WIPL | WLPX-TV | WNPX-TV | WOPX-TV | WPPX-TV | WPXA-TV | WPXC-TV | WPXE-TV | WPXK-TV | WPXL-TV | WPXM-TV | WPXN-TV | WPXQ-TV | WPXR-TV | WPXU-TV | WPXW-TV | WQPX-TV | WRBU | WRPX-TV | WSPX-TV | WTPX-TV | WWPX-TV | WXPX-TV | WZRB
Ion Television-affiliated stations owned by Inyo Broadcast Holdings: KGPX-TV | KOPX-TV | KPPX-TV | KPXC-TV | KPXE-TV | KPXM-TV | KPXO-TV | KTRV-TV | WDLI-TV | WFPX-TV | WGPX-TV | WHPX-TV | WIPX-TV | WLWC | WPXD-TV | WPXH-TV | WPXJ-TV | WPXP-TV | WPXV-TV | WPXX-TV | WSFJ-TV | WUPX-TV | WVPX-TV | WYPX-TV | WZPX-TV