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This article is about the Fox affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island. For the television station in Boston that formerly used the WNAC callsign, see WHDH.
Not to be confused with WNET.

WNET-TV

1953–1956

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WSTG-TV

1981–1986

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WNAC-TV originally signed on the air on September 5, 1981, as WSTG-TV, an independent station on UHF channel 64.

WNAC-TV

1986–1987

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WSTG-TV was renamed to the current WNAC-TV, which was formerly used on then-CBS affiliate WNEV-TV (now WHDH) in Boston. It became one of the original charter Fox affiliates on October 9, 1986.

1987–1988

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1988-1995

1988–1989

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1989–1995

1989–1991

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This three-dimensional logo was WNAC's first official logo to incorporate the 1987 Fox logo with the WNAC branding in the pedestal. The background is a view of Providence, Rhode Island. The "FOX" was smaller, and "64" was shifted to the right, but most of the time were never used in the logo and it appeared without the searchlights.

1990–1991

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In 1990, a flat version replaced the more realistic previous logo, which changed the "64" from purple to gold, the spotlights were now used all the time. This was in fact a localized version of the 1990 "It's on FOX" campaign, in which the bulk of the affiliates used their own variations of the then-network logo.

1991–1992

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1992–1993

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1993–1994

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The word "Your" was placed on the logo during promos, the gold in this logo becomes metallic, and the searchlights were again removed.

1994–1995

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The word "Your" was now used all the time, and background became transparent.

1995–1996

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1996–2002

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This logo was used under the ownership of Argyle Television.

2002–2020

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Fox 64 was rebranded as Fox Providence in 2002.

2020–present

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