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For the station in Austin, Texas that currently uses the KVUE callsign formerly used by this station, see KVUE.

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1953–1957 1968–1998, 2008 1990–1998 1996–2000 2000–2019 2019–present
1953–1957 1968–1998, 2008 1990–1998 1996–2000 2000–2019 2019–present


KCCC

1953–1957

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KVUE

1959–1960

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KTXL

1968–1998, 2008

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KTXL originally signed on the air on October 26, 1968, as an independent station on UHF channel 40, licensed to Sacramento, and was originally owned and operated by the Camellia City Telecasters. Shortly after it became one of the original charter Fox affiliates on October 9, 1986, Camellia sold KTXL to Renaissance Broadcasting, who would later be acquired by Tribune Broadcasting a decade later. This logo was later revived to commemorate its 40th anniversary in 2008.

1990–1998

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1998–2000

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2000–2019

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2019–present

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This logo was introduced shortly before Tribune Broadcasting and its parent company Tribune Media were acquired by Nexstar Media Group on September 19, 2019, making KTXL a sister station to San Francisco-licensed MyNetworkTV affiliate KRON-TV (channel 4).

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