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Contents

1938–1940 (experimental license) 1940–1944 (experimental license) 1944–1948 1948–1956 1956–1958 1958–1961
1938–1940 (experimental license) 1940–1944 (experimental license) 1944–1948 1948–1956 1956–1958 1958–1961
 
1961–1967 1967–1977 1977–1984 1984–1986 1986 1986–1987
1961–1967 1967–1977 1977–1984 1984–1986 1986 1986–1987
 
1987–1992 1992–1993 1993–1997 1997–2001 2001–2006 2006–present
1987–1992 1992–1993 1993–1997 1997–2001 2001–2006 2006–present

W2XVT

1938–1940 (experimental license)

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W2XWV

1940–1944 (experimental license)

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WABD

1944–1948

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1948–1956

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1956–1958

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Shared with then-sister station WTTG.

WNEW-TV

1958–1961

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1961–1967

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Logo shared with then-sister station WTTG.

1967–1977

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Logo shared with then-sister station WTTG, which continued to use this until 1979.

1977–1986

1977–1984

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Logo shared with then-sister station WTTG, which used this until 1984.

1984–1986

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WNYW

1986

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In May 1985, Metromedia sold all of its independent stations (including WNEW-TV) to News Corporation, who announced its intentions to launch the then-new Fox on May 7, 1986, with KTTV, KDAF, KRIV, WFLD, and WTTG forming what would become Fox Television Stations. WNEW-TV became WNYW on March 7.

1986–1993

1986–1987

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1987–1992

Fox 5 WNYW 1987.svg

1992–1993

WNYW Fox 5 1987.svg

1993–1997

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During this period, WNYW embedded the "5" inside the 'O' in Fox and reintroduced the "5" that was used from 1977 to 1986 under the WNEW callsign and "Metromedia New York 5" branding. Note: For some reason, this logo is seen on WNYW's official Roku app instead of the current one.

1997–2001

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2001–2006

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2006–present

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This logo branding, currently in use by most of the Fox O&Os and some Fox affiliates owned by different companies rather than 21st Century Fox 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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