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1949 1949–1963 1949–1951 1951–1957 1957–1963
1949 1949–1963 1949–1951 1951–1957 1957–1963
1963–1966 1966–1972 1972–1979 1979–1983 1983–1994
1963–1966 1966–1972 1972–1979 1979–1983 1983–1994
1994–1997 1997–1998 1998–2007 2007–2020 2020–present
1994–1997 1997–1998 1998–2007 2007–2020 2020–present

1949

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Originally signed on the air on March 8, 1949 as a primary CBS affiliate on VHF channel 5, it was originally owned by Toledo, Ohio-based Fort Industry Company, which also operated WAGA radio (AM 590, now WDWD; and WAGA-FM 103.3, now WVEE), all colloquially called "Wagga". Fort Industry would later be renamed Storer Broadcasting after the company's founder, George B. Storer.

1949–1963

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1949–1951

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1951–1957

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1957–1963

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1963–1966

WAGA-TV 1963.png

1966–1972

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1972–1979

WAGA-TV (1972).svg

1979–1983

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1983–1997

1983–1994

WAGA 1.svg

1983–1990

WAGA-TV (1983-1990).svg

1994–1997

WAGATV 94-97 logo.svg

On December 11, 1994, as part of a larger affiliation deal with New World Communications, WAGA-TV took the Fox affiliation from then-owned-and-operated WATL, which rejected CBS' affiliation offer, but instead signed an agreement with Tribune Broadcasting's WGNX, which was initially set to affiliate with The WB. Instead, WATL ended up taking the WB affiliation.

The station made a slight change to its 1983 logo, by closing off the lower hook of the '5'.

1997–1998

WAGA 1997 1.svg
Designer:  Jay Cordova
Typography:  Helvetica Neue LT Std Italic
Launched:  Unknown

1998–2007

WAGA (2002).svg

2007–2020

WAGA (2007).svg

2020–present

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