- Not to be confused with KPXO-TV.
Launched as W23BA, an independent station.
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The channel was sold to Paxson Communications (now Ion Media) in 1996 having a logo change.
Previously as the translator station of WPXN-TV in New York City.
Used when PAX launched its service in 1998.
W31CK (2001-2002)/W34CP (2002-2003)/WPXO-LP/LD (2003-present)
PAX became Independent Television (later as Ion Television).
WPXO-LD disaffiliated from Ion in 2007 and became a satellite of WFUN-LD and WJAN-CD of Miami–Fort Lauderdale.
For a short time, WPXO, along with WJAN and WFUN, were affiliated with MundoMax (formerly MundoFox).
After MundoMax ceased operations on November 30, 2016, WPXO, along with WJAN and WFUN, reverted back to its pre-MundoFox branding.
TV stations in New York City