- A listing of current and former Fox and MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated stations, Fox, MyNetworkTV and its Fox Television Stations division are divisions and subsidiaries of Fox Corporation. All stations are listed in order by their primary affiliations and market sizes from largest to smallest, according to The Nielsen Company.
- 📺 Stations built, signed-on and/or owned by predecessors of the Fox Broadcasting Company, including DuMont Laboratories and Metromedia prior to the network's launch in 1986.
- ⭐️ Original stations with the Fox network since its initial rollout starting in 1986. The station does not necessarily have to be owned or operated upon launch.
- 📡 Stations acquired with its acquisition of New World Communications in 1997.
- 🎱 Stations acquired with its acquisition of BHC Communications in 2001.
- 💾 Stations acquired in a trade with Viacom through Paramount Stations Group in 2001.
- 📻 Stations acquired in a trade with Clear Channel Communications, now iHeartMedia, in 2001.
- 🚀 Stations acquired in a trade with Meredith Corporation in 2002.
- 🔔 Stations acquired from Capitol Broadcasting Company in 2013.
- 🔑 Stations acquired in a trade with Cox Media Group in 2014.
- ⚡️ Stations acquired in a trade with Nexstar Media Group in 2020.
- 🍒 Stations acquired on an individual basis outside of mass acquisitions (of stations in two or more markets).
Current Fox O&Os
- While this section features logos of third-party networks not owned by Fox, the stations listed are indeed, Fox owned-and-operated.
- 1 WITI was previously owned by Fox from 1997 to 2008, when it was sold off to Local TV, LLC, which through later acquisitions was absorbed into Nexstar Media Group in 2019. Fox re-acquired WITI and also acquired KCPQ and KZJO in exchange for Fox affiliate WJZY and MyNetworkTV affiliate WMYT-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina.
- 2 WOGX is a semi-satellite station of WOFL.
- 3 WWOR-TV is licensed to Secaucus, New Jersey, which is within the New York City television market.
- 4 WPWR-TV is licensed to Gary, Indiana, which is within the Chicago television market.
- 5 KDFI was managed and operated by Fox Television Stations prior to its outright acquisition in 2000.
- 6 WFTC was previously a Fox affiliate station upon its acquisition by Fox Television Stations in 2001. Fox programming has since gone to now-sister station KMSP-TV.
Former Fox O&Os
- These stations will be listed with their most current and recent logos available at this time and their years of ownership in (parenthesis) at the end. Also, these stations are still Fox affiliates, unless otherwise indicated.
- 1 KDAF and WFXT were two of Fox's original owned-and-operated stations during the network's infancy in the mid to late 1980s. Fox sold WFXT to the Boston Celtics NBA basketball team in 1990. In 1995, Fox reacquired WFXT and sold KDAF and WATL to Renaissance Broadcasting, which later merged with Tribune Broadcasting in 1997.
- 2 These stations are owned and operated by Nexstar Media Group.
- 3 KBHK-TV, WUTB, KPTV, KTVX and KMOL-TV were all acquired by Fox Television Stations with its purchase of BHC Communications, Chris-Craft Industries' television stations subsidiary in 2001. KBHK, KPTV, KTVX and KMOL were all subsequently resold to other companies.
- 4 KBHK-TV was acquired by the original Viacom and also acquired the remaining stake in the UPN television network from Chris-Craft Industries. Today, KBHK operates as KBCW, a CW owned-and-operated station, owned by ViacomCBS, a company merged of assets from the former CBS Corporation and prior incarnations of Viacom.
- 5 WCVB-TV was sold to current owner Hearst Television in 1986 alongside another ABC affiliate, KMBC-TV in Kansas City.
- 6 A two-time Fox owned-and-operated station and one of the original O&Os, WFXT was resold, along with WHBQ-TV, this time to current owner Cox Media Group in exchange for Fox affiliate KTVU and independent station KICU-TV in 2014.
- 7 WATL was briefly owned by Fox Television Stations prior to its 1995 sale to Renaissance Broadcasting. Today, the station operates as a MyNetworkTV affiliate owned and operated in a duopoly with NBC affiliate WXIA-TV by Tegna.
- 8 KDVR also operates a full-time satellite station, KFCT in Fort Collins as well as several low-power translator stations across north central and northeastern Colorado.
- 9 KPTV was sold to Fox Television Stations and then subsequently resold to current owner Gray Television. Upon its acquisition, KPTV swapped affiliations with already owned KPDX with KPDX switching to UPN and KPTV switching to Fox. KPDX is now a MyNetworkTV affiliate while KPTV remains a Fox affiliate to this day.
- 10 WJZY and WMYT-TV were sold to Nexstar Media Group in exchange for Fox affiliate KCPQ and MyNetworkTV affiliate KZJO in Seattle, Washington and Fox affiliate WITI in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
- 11 WUTB is owned by Deerfield Media and operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group. Sinclair also operates CW affiliate WNUV, owned by Cunningham Broadcasting, and owns and operates Fox affiliate WBFF outright.
- 12 KSTU is owned and operated by The E.W. Scripps Company. Scripps acquired the station as a divestiture from the acquisition of Tribune Media by Nexstar Media Group.
- 13 KMOL-TV operates today as WOAI-TV, still an NBC and The CW dual affiliate, owned and operated today by Sinclair Broadcast Group.
- 14 WBRC-TV is owned and operated today by Gray Television.