Originally signed on the air on October 16, 1982 as WDZL, an independent television station on UHF channel 39. It was first owned by Channel 39 Broadcasting Ltd., whose interest was owned by Odyssey Partners, which would later evolve into Renaissance Broadcasting (and which had owned WTXX, now WCCT-TV, in Waterbury, Connecticut).
WDZL became a charter WB affiliate when the network debuted on January 11, 1995.
Channel 39 altered its call letters to WBZL (simply replacing the "D" with a "B") in 1998 to emphasize its affiliation with The WB.
On September 17, 2006, the station changed its call letters to the current WSFL-TV, to reference to its geographic location. WSFL became a charter CW affiliate when the network debuted the next day on September 18 of that year.
Notes Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and territory, and based on the station's city of license or Designated Market Area. +Station carries CW programming on a digital subchannel, via The CW Plus. +1Local CW Plus affiliate operates as cable-only channel.
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