KZJO originally signed on as
KTZZ–TV on June 22, 1985 as an independent station.
During this time, KTZZ-TV took on the nickname "Flight 22", retaining the 1985 "22" logo in its design.
During the 1992-93 TV season, KTZZ billed itself as "The Big ZZ".
This was the logo KTZZ was using when it joined the newly-established
The WB network on January 11, 1995.
Dudley Communications sold KTZZ to
Emmis Communications in 1998, which later traded with Tribune Broadcasting for WQCD that same year.
Logo with Michigan J. Frog
After Tribune acquired the station on April 26, 1999, the callsign was changed to
KTWB-TV. In the meantime, Tribune placed KTWB in a trust-company for the short-term until the FCC formally approved television duopolies later that year, forming one with KCPQ. This logo is based on that of fellow WB station KWGN-TV in Denver.
Tribune was acquired by
Nexstar Media Group on September 19, 2019, and later sold the station along with KCPQ and WITI in Milwaukee to the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of the Fox Corporation in exchange for WJZY and WMYT-TV in Charlotte on March 2, 2020.
This logo initially appeared on the
FCC's online Public Inspection File for KZJO. On September 24, KZJO was rebranded as Fox 13+, becoming a brand extension of KCPQ. This branding is similar to those of several Fox-owned MyNetworkTV O&Os and independent station KICU-TV.
TV stations in the Puget Sound region, including Seattle, Tacoma, and Everett