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Contents

1985–1986 1986–1990 1990–1995 1995–2000 2000–2006 2006–present
1985–1986 1986–1990 1990–1995 1995–2000 2000–2006 2006–present

1985–1986

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This logo design was also used by then-sister stations WGBA-TV, WFGX-TV, WPGX-TV, WVFT-TV, WQRF-TV and WLAX-TV at the same time when owned by Tampa-based Family Group Broadcasting, whose flagship station was WFTS-TV.

1986-1995

1986–1990

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1990–1995

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1995–2000

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2000–2006

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In 2000, WFTX began branding as "Fox 4," becoming the last commercial television station in the Fort Myers–Naples market to begin identifying by its universal cable channel in the area (CBS affiliate WINK-TV also forgoes mention of its over-the-air channel within its branding, but only identifies by its call letters). This logo adopted at that was a modification of the logo used by Fox owned-and-operated outlet KDFW in Dallas–Fort Worth (which adopted its original white, black and blue variant, with the latter used as the color for the "4" box background) during that same time period.

2006–present

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After Emmis sold WFTX to the Journal Broadcast Group in 2005, the station unveiled a new logo the following year (2006), with a news open designed by Renderon[1].

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