WFXT originally signed on as WXNE-TV on October 10, 1977. This logo design was standard across stations owned by the Christian Broadcasting Network, including its flagship WYAH (now WGNT.)
Station ID from 1984
Station ID (1987)
CBN sold WXNE-TV to the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation on December 31, 1986, which became the current WFXT on January 19, 1987 and the first station to be acquired separately from its acquisition of independent stations from Metromedia. Before channel 25's acquisition by the network, WNAC-TV (channel 64) in Providence, Rhode Island, WPXT in Portland, Maine (channel 51, now a CW affiliate) and WTIC-TV (channel 61) in Hartford, Connecticut all served as New England's Fox affiliates. They later placed the station in a trust company in 1989, after the FCC ruled that News Corporation cannot own a television station and a newspaper in the same market. They later sold the station to the Boston Celtics in 1990.
Fox 25 Kids Club promo
This logo was introduced to replace the one used under the previous ownership.
Fox Television Stations reacquired WFXT from the Celtics on July 7, 1995.
WFXT News at Ten promo (1999–2001)
This logo, along with the iconic 25, debuted on September of 1997.
This new logo was unveiled on October 27, 2015, to replace the one previously used under previous ownership.
News logo (2017)
News logo (2017-present)
The ident has neither Fox or Boston on it. The tagline is "Every Where".
In early February 2017, the station removed the "Fox" reference from its newscast title, two years before removing the "Fox" reference in the station's general branding and restoring the Boston 25 brand full-time.
The "Helvetica Bold Italic 25" with the Fox logo combination, only seen in print ads and billboards
1Stations owned by CMG but operated by News-Press & Gazette Company under an shared services agreement. 2CMG operates this station, but it is owned by Hoffman Communications, Inc. under joint sales and shared services agreements. 3Sale of this station to Standard General pending FCC approval. 4Sale of these stations to Imagicomm Communications pending FCC approval.