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WGCL was signed on by the Christian Broadcasting Network on June 6, 1971 as WHAE-TV, a mostly religious independent station, though it also aired some low-budget programming.
On September 5 "Labor Day(,)" 1977, The Call Letters are changed into WANX-TV as even more secular programming joined the schedule.
1984–1995 (Independent & 1994-Present: CBS-TV)
Tribune Broadcasting acquired WANX from CBN in 1983 and One (1) Year later on March 15, 1984 The Station has changed the call letters into WGNX to emphasize it's co-ownership with WGN-TV in Chicago, IL has "X" Crossed The Line.
WGNX became the new CBS affiliate station for The Atlanta, GA, USA Viewing Area on December 11, 1994 after WAGA-TV switched it's network affiliation job to FOX as part of an affiliation career deal with New World Communications. Originally, WGNX was set to affiliate to The WB as Tribune held a minority stake in that network. The WB instead ended up on former FOX affiliate (and sister station between 1997-1998) WATL.
WGCL-TV has returned to the CBS 46 name in 2014, launching a new logo and graphics package (originally designed for the CBS O&Os) at the same time. Rumors Know that WGCL-TV CBS 46 will may sell it to The CBS CORPORATION as the New Network Flagship Station and befriend to WUPA THE CW 69 in the near future.