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Not to be confused with WDAF-TV or WDAF-FM.

For the station that first used the KRLD–TV callsign, see KDFW.

KNBN-TV

For the station that currently held the KNBN call letters, see KNBN.

1980–1984

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KRLD-TV

1984–1986

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KDAF

1986–1993

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In May 1985, Metromedia sold all of its independent stations (including KRLD) to News Corporation, who announced its intentions to launch the then-new Fox on May 7, 1986, with KTTV, KRIV, WFLD, WNYW, and WTTG forming what would become Fox Television Stations. As a result, the callsign was changed to KDAF, which stood for Dallas And Fort Worth.

1987–1993

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1993–1995

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1995–2004

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On July 2, 1995, CBS affiliate KDFW assumed the Fox affiliation for the Dallas-Fort Worth market as a result of the network's long-term affiliation agreement with New World Communications (KTVT took over the CBS affiliation). Concurrently, in order to move Fox programming to the higher-rated KDFW, Fox Television Stations opted to sell KDAF to Renaissance Broadcasting in a trade deal for KDVR in Denver and its Fort Collins, Colorado satellite station KFCT.

On the date of the switch, KDAF became a WB affiliate, taking over the affiliation from KXTX-TV, which had been carrying the network since The WB's January 1995 inception under a temporary arrangement.

2004–2006

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2006–2008

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In 2006, UPN and The WB were merged to form The CW. KDAF, as part of an affiliation deal for most of Tribune Broadcasting's WB affiliates, joined the new network.

2008–present

2008–2011

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2011–2017

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In September 2011, KDAF returned to the "CW33" branding, still using the previous "The 33" circle scheme.

2017–2019

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2019–present

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