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1984–1995 1995–2002 2002 2002–2006 2006–2010 2010–2011 2011–present
1984–1995 1995–2002 2002 2002–2006 2006–2010 2010–2011 2011–present

WBFS-TV originally signed on the air on December 9, 1984. UHF Channel 33 was originally a translator station for now-sister station WCIX (VHF channel 6, now on channel 4), which its Homestead-based transmitter could not reach northern Broward County.

1984–1995

1984–1986, 1992–1995

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During this logo's run, WBFS would become a charter O&O of UPN in 1995 after the station was purchased by the Paramount Stations Group the year prior.

1986-1988 (Super 33)

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1988-1992 (Silver & Gold 33)

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1995–2002

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During this logo's run, Paramount's parent company, Viacom purchased CBS Corporation in 2000. This made WBFS a sister station to CBS O&O, WFOR-TV

2002

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2002–2006

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2006–2010

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In early 2006, the CBS Corporation and Time Warner announced that UPN and The WB would merge and form The CW. Although WBFS was owned by CBS Corporation, the CW affiliation was given to WSFL, which is owned by Tribune. It was initially expected that WBFS would become an independent station, but a few months before UPN would fold it was announced that the stations would become a MyNetworkTV affiliate.

MyNetworkTV launched in September 2006 and WBFS took the new network's generic branding and started calling itself My33.

2010–2011

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Although still an affiliate of MyNetworkTV, WBFS was rebranded as TV33 and removed the "My" branding. This logo was similar to Boston for met independent station WSBK-TV "circle 38".

2011–present

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WBFS combined its past two brand names into My TV33 the same day its sister station WSBK took the MyNetworkTV affiliation in Boston.