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1966-1976 1976-1981 1981-1987 1987-1993 1993-1995 1995-2001
1966-1976 1976-1981 1981-1987 1987-1993 1993-1995 1995-2001
2001-2002 2002-January 2006 January-May 2006 May-September 2006 June 2006-2017 2017-present
2001-2002 2002-January 2006 January-May 2006 May-September 2006 June 2006-2017 2017-present

1966–1976

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WDCA-TV signed on as an independent station on April 20, 1966; it was originally owned by the Capitol Broadcasting Corporation. Channel 20 was Washington's third independent station, nearly 20 years younger than its future sister station WTTG, which had been founded as a DuMont affiliate, and after WOOK-TV (now defunct, its channel position is now occupied by WFDC-DT), the nation's first African American-oriented television station.

1976–1981

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1981–1987

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Taft Broadcasting sold its independent and Fox-affiliated stations (including WDCA) to the TVX Broadcast Group in February 1987.

1987–1993

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Paramount Pictures purchased a stake in TVX in two phases from 1989 to 1991, which would later become the Paramount Stations Group.

1993–1995

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This station's branding is known as "Paramount 20", with the logo design shared with then-sister stations KTXA in Fort Worth-Dallas and KTXH in Houston, both in Texas.

1995–2001

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In 2001, Fox Television Stations, traded KBHK (now KBCW) to Viacom in San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose for KTXH in Houston and WDCA in Washington, D.C., thus WDCA became sister stations with Fox O&O WTTG after the buyout of BHC Communications.

2001–2002

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2002–2006

2002–January 2006

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January–May 2006

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Following the announcement of the shut down of UPN (whose programming would be merged with The WB to form The CW), all Fox-owned UPN stations, including WDCA, dropped the UPN name and logo from their on-air branding. WDCA replaced the UPN logo with "DCA", and rebranded the station as "DCA 20", a throwback to the old "DC 20" branding WDCA carried back when it was still an independent station.

May–June 2006

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With the pending launch of a new Fox-owned network known as MyNetworkTV, WDCA dropped the "DCA" letters and replaced it with the "my" lettering, which would be used in the current logo.

June 2006–2017

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2017–present

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On July 17, 2017, WDCA was rebranded from "My20" to "Fox 5 Plus", in addition, the station also debuted an 8:00pm newscast produced by WTTG. This rebrand was later carried out by sister station and fellow affiliate WRBW in Orlando, Florida.

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