Originally signed on the air on March 9, 1987, an independent television station on UHF channel 46 and was first owned by the Raleigh-based Capitol Broadcasting Company..
Station ID (Late 1990s)
2001-2002 variant w/ callsign
WJZY became a UPN affiliate upon its launch on January 11, 1995.
Alternate version with "Cable 8" moniker.
In 2002, UPN unveiled a new logo. WJZY changed its logo accordingly.
In 2006, WJZY was selected to be the Charlotte affiliate of The CW.
Alternative version with CW logo within it
In 2009, WJZY changed its name to Charlotte's WJZY, dropping its channel number in favor of its call sign.
Logo for 2nd digital subchanel (July 2011-July 1, 2014).
Logo for third digital subchannel (January-September 2012).
Logo for fourth digital subchannel (September 2012–May 31, 2013)
On-screen bug used during syndicated programming (April 1–May 8, 2013)
In 2011, WJZY brought back its The CW 46 branding and adopted the "46" that would be used to this day, then the logo was ended on May 8, 2013, before the switch.
May 8–June 30, 2013
Screen bug (May 9–June 7, 2013).
Screen bug (June 8–June 30, 2013).
On May 9, 2013, Fox Television Stations took control of WJZY and WMYT-TV from the Capitol Broadcasting Company. As part of the deal, WJZY would be the new Fox affiliate on July 1, swapping affiliations with long-time Fox station WCCB, who announced its affiliation with The CW on April 18, the same day the sale closed. During that time, on May 9, WJZY dropped all CW references/promos and branded itself as WJZY 46 until July 1, when WJZY officially became a Fox station.
1Nexstar operates these stations owned by Mission Broadcasting. 2Nexstar operates this station owned by Cunningham Broadcasting. 3Nexstar operates this station owned by White Knight Broadcasting through an SSA. 4Nexstar operates this station owned by Vaughan Media. 5Predecessor company of LIN Media. 6Currently a repeater for WWLP. 7Joint venture with Discovery, Inc., in which Nexstar owns 31% while Discovery owns the remaining 69%.