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1949-195? 195?-195? 195?-1964 1964-1967
1949-195? 195?-195? 195?-1964 1964-1967
1967-1970 1970-2001 2001-2015 2015-present
1967-1970 1970-2001 2001-2015 2015-present

1949–195?

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WFMY-TV on the air on September 22, 1949, as the second television station in North Carolina, debuting just a few months after fellow CBS affiliate WBTV in Charlotte. It was originally owned by the Greensboro News Company, publishers of the Greensboro Daily News and Daily Record (now merged as the Greensboro News & Record).

195?–195?

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195?–1964

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1964–1967

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In 1965, the News Company was bought by what eventually became Landmark Communications, based off of Norfolk, VA.

1967–1970

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1970–2001

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Channel 2 was acquired by Harte-Hanks Communications in 1976. Harte-Hanks sold both channel 2 and Jacksonville, Florida sister station WTLV to the Gannett Company in December 1987. This has been the station's longest logo, used for more than 30 years.

2001–2015

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2015–present

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Logo is read as "News 2 WFMY" but it is mainly read as "WFMY News 2", where it has been the stations's branding since 2001.

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