Originally signed on the air on November 7, 1982 as an independent television station on UHF channel 20, first owned by Grant Broadcasting, who signed on sister station KTXA (UHF channel 21) in Fort Worth a year ago. In 1984, both KTXA and KTXH were sold to Gulf Broadcasting, which itself was subsequently purchased by the Cincinnati-based Taft Television and Radio Company that same year.
KTXH promo endplate with Taft tag
While KTXH had been known as "20 Vision" since its sign-on in 1982, the logo was changed to fully reflect the branding in 1986. The change was gradual, as several elements still used the old-style "20" logo through most of 1986. Taft Broadcasting sold its independent and Fox-affiliated stations (including KTXH) to the TVX Broadcast Group in February 1987. Paramount Pictures purchased a stake in TVX in two phases from 1989 to 1991, which would later become the Paramount Stations Group.
Station ID on bottom left corner.
This station's branding is known asParamount 20, with the logo design shared with then-sister stations KTXA in Fort Worth and WDCA in Washington, D.C..
Following the announcement of the shut down of UPN (whose programming would be merged with The WB to form The CW), all Fox-owned UPN stations, including KTXH, dropped the UPN name and logo from their on-air branding. KTXH replaced the UPN logo seen in the tan box with the station's slogan "Get It On".
C More My 20, featuring the station's mascot C More.
On-screen bug for local/syndicated programming.
In September 2018, KTXH revived its "20 Vision" moniker after a 25-year absence, modified to reflect its MyNetworkTV affiliation.