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For other related logos and images, see:
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Contents

1948–1955 1955–1958 1958–1966 1966–1968 1968–1975 1975–1977 1977–1978
1948–1955 1955–1958 1958–1966 1966–1968 1968–1975 1975–1977 1977–1978
 
1978–1983 1983–1988 1988–1994 1994–1995 1995–1997 1998–2007 2007–present
1978–1983 1983–1988 1988–1994 1994–1995 1995–1997 1998–2007 2007–present

1948–1955

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1955–1958

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1958–1966

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1966–1968

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1968–1975

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1975–1977

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1977–1978

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1978–1983

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1983–1988

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"Detr2it"

1988–1995

1988–1994

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1994–1995

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In 1994, station owner New World Communications announced a group deal with Fox that saw all of their stations switch to the fledgling network, and the station took over Fox from former affiliate WKBD-TV (channel 50). CBS initially targeted ABC affiliate WXYZ-TV (channel 7), but its owner The E.W. Scripps Company signed an agreement with ABC that renewed its affiliation contract with WXYZ-TV. CBS would later purchase lower-rated WGPR-TV (UHF channel 62) in September 1994.

1995–present

1995–1997

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The "2" design used here is similar to the nowadays WBBM-TV

1998–2007

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2007–present

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This logo branding, currently in use by most of the Fox O&Os, is based on the Fox News logo; with their website names ("myfox(city name).com") based off the domain for the social network Myspace, which former Fox parent News Corporation briefly owned.

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