KITN picked up the Fox affiliation in 1988 after KMSP-TV dropped it due to its initial weak programming and ratings that were affecting its otherwise successful lineup.
The logo is identicial to the 20th Century Fox logo.
Station ID 1997-98
Logo with callsign and city of license
During this logo's run WFTC would be purchased by Fox Television Stations in 2001. This made WFTC a Fox O&O but in 2002, Fox programming would move to KMSP-TV due to KMSP having a stronger signal than WFTC.
WFTC became the UPN affiliate on September 8, 2002, when Fox affiliation went back to former affiliate KMSP-TV.
Following the announcement of the shutdown of UPN (whose programming would be merged with The WB to form The CW), all Fox-owned UPN stations, including WFTC, dropped the UPN name and logo from their on-air branding. WFTC changed its branding to "WFTC 29", and adopted an altered version of 2002-06 UPN era logo.
C More My 29, featuring the station's mascot C More.
Launch ad (2006)
Station ID from 2017
Screen Bug. Taken from an episode of The Big Bang Theory
In August 2017, Fox Television Stations re-branded WFTC as Fox 9+ matching the branding of sister station KMSP-TV.