WFTS-TV was the flagship station of Family Group Broadcasting, who also owned WFTX-TV, WFGX-TV, WPGX-TV, WVFT-TV, WGBA-TV and WLAX-TV. In 1986, The E.W. Scripps Company purchased the station from Family Group Broadcasting.
WFTS-TV picked up the Fox affiliation after WTOG disaffiliated from the network. The "28" design was used from 1987 until 2002, when it was retired in favor of Action News.
Fox 28 Kids Club official membership ad
Used after Fox moved to former CBS affiliate WTVT, with ABC from its affiliate at the time WTSP to then-Fox affiliate WFTS-TV.
28 Tampa Bay News Station ID (1994)
ABC 28 was rebranded to ABC Action News, in full-time for both its general and news programming simultaneously.
Rare version of the logo with the call letters and channel number.
TV stations serving West Central Florida, including the greater Tampa Bay Area