119,209 Pages

This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1960–1967 1967–1970 1970–1974 1974–1980 1980–1981
1960–1967 1967–1970 1970–1974 1974–1980 1980–1981
1981–1983 1983–1991 1991–2014 2014–present
1981–1983 1983–1991 1991–2014 2014–present

WMBR-TV

1949–1954

Logopedia InfoWhite.svg LOGO MISSING

WJXT originally signed on the air on September 15, 1949, as WMBR-TV, the second television station to sign on in the state of Florida and a primary CBS affiliate on VHF channel 4 after WTVJ (also on channel 4, now an NBC owned-and-operated station on channel 6) in Miami–Fort Lauderdale. The Washington Post Company acquired the WMBR stations in 1953.

1954–1958

Logopedia InfoWhite.svg LOGO MISSING

WJXT

1958–1960

Logopedia InfoWhite.svg LOGO MISSING

The Washington Post Company sold WMBR-AM-FM in 1958, while it kept the television station, whose callsign it changed to the current WJXT.

1960–1970

WJXT (1960-1970).svg

1960–1967

WJXT CBS 4 (1964).svg

1967–1970

WJXT CBS 4 (1968).svg

1970–1974

Wjxt old school.jpg
Logopedia InfoWhite.svg SVG NEEDED

1974–1980

WJXT 1974 4 numerical.svg

1980–1981

WJXT 1980 4 numerical.svg

1981–2014

1981–1983

Wjxt198183.png
Logopedia InfoWhite.svg SVG NEEDED

1983–1991

Wjxt198391.png
Logopedia InfoWhite.svg SVG NEEDED

1991–2014

WJXT 4 1991.svg

During negotiations between Post-Newsweek Stations and CBS on a new affiliation agreement in early 2002, CBS supplied Post-Newsweek with a list of demands that would have resulted in WJXT no longer receiving monetary compensation for the carriage of the network's programming (CBS was moving toward a reverse compensation model for its affiliates during this time) and would have required the station to run the entire CBS network schedule in pattern without preemptions, except for extended local breaking news and severe weather coverage. Station and Post-Newsweek company management believed these stipulations would come at the expense of local programming. Rather than give in to the network's demands, Post-Newsweek Stations announced on April 3, 2002 that it would not renew channel 4's affiliation agreement with CBS, which was set to expire on July 10. UPN affiliate WTEV-TV (UHF channel 47, now WJAX-TV)—at that time owned by Clear Channel Communications—subsequently signed an agreement with CBS to become the network's new Jacksonville affiliate two weeks after WJXT's disaffiliation announcement on April 23, 2002. The affiliation switch became official at 5 am, on July 15, 2002, ending WJXT's 53-year association with CBS. This also triggered an affiliation switch in Gainesville where WGFL became a CBS affiliate; that station was a primary affiliate of The WB at the time.

2014–present

WJXT 4 Logo for Web.png

External links


Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.