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Not to be confused with KPXO-TV.

W23BA (1993-2001)/W31CK (2001-2002)/W34CP (2002-2003)/WPXO-LP/LD (2003-present)

1993–1996

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WPXO-LD was initially launched as W23BA, an independent station in 1993.

1996–1997

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The channel was sold to Paxson Communications in 1996, who made it a translator for its Bridgeport, Connecticut station WHAI-TV, necessitating a logo change.

1997–1998

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After Paxson acquired WPXN-TV to serve as its New York outlet, the company sold off WHAI and made W23BA a WPXN translator station.

1998–2005

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This was used when PAX launched in 1998.

2005–2007

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In 2005, PAX rebranded to i: Independent Television.

2007

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2007–2012

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WPXO-LD disaffiliated from Ion Television in 2007 and became a satellite of Miami-Fort Lauderdale stations WFUN-LD and WJAN-CD.

2012–2015

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2015–2016

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For a short time, WPXO - along with WJAN and WFUN - were affiliated with MundoFox (later called MundoMax).

2016–present

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After MundoMax ceased operations on November 30, 2016, WPXO - along with WFUN and WJAN - reverted back to its pre-MundoFox branding.


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