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Not to be confused with WSAZ-TV.

Contents

1953-1955 1955-1964 1964-1968 1968-1975 1975-1977 1977-1982 1982-1989
1953-1955 1955-1964 1964-1968 1968-1975 1975-1977 1977-1982 1982-1989
1989-1991 1991-1994 1994-1996 1996-1997 1997-2006 2006-2020 2020-present
1989-1991 1991-1994 1994-1996 1996-1997 1997-2006 2006-2020 2020-present

KOOL-TV

1953–1955

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1955–1964

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1964–1968

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1968–1975

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1975–1977

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1977–1982

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Similar to what KGTV in San Diego uses since 1986, and KOLR in Springfield, Missouri from 1990 to 2004.

KTSP-TV

1982-1989

1982–1987

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On October 4, 1982, KOOL–TV became KTSP–TV. The "Sunset 10" logo was similar to that of its then-sister station in St. Petersburg-Tampa, which the then-ABC affiliate coincidentally was known as WTSP.

1987–1989

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1989–1991

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The 10 was significantly thickened.

1991–1994

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The "sunset 10" was shrunk and the 10 tweaked.

KSAZ-TV

1994–1996

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On February 12, 1994, KTSP changed its call letters to KSAZ for "The Spirit of AriZona". By the end of that same year, KSAZ ended its long-time CBS affiliation and became an Fox affiliate, following a deal between the network and the station's owner New World Communications. CBS then went to independent and initial CBS affiliate KPHO-TV as KSAZ took Fox from what would later be ABC affiliate KNXV-TV. The station kept its 1991 logo with both changes.

1996-present

1996-2006

1996–1997
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In 1996, News Corporation (later 21st Century Fox, now Fox Corporation) agreed to acquire New World, making KSAZ a Fox owned-and-operated station. The station is now owned and operated by Fox Television Stations.

1997–2006
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2006–present

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On July 31, 2006, KSAZ adopted a new graphics package first seen on sister station WTVT in Tampa-St. Petersburg.

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