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1956–1958 1958–1962 1962–1970 1970–1976 1976–1980 1980–1983 1983–present
1956–1958 1958–1962 1962–1970 1970–1976 1976–1980 1980–1983 1983–present


WCKT

1956–1958

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Originally signed on the air on July 29, 1956 as WCKT, channel 7 was a primary NBC affiliate owned by the Biscayne Television Corporation, a partnership between the Cox and Knight publishing families.

1958–1962

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1962–1970

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A new company called Sunbeam Television, a partnership between Miami Beach-based father-son duo real estate developer Sydney and Edmund Ansin, purchased the station for $3.4 million on December 19, 1962.

1970–1976

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1976–1983

1976–1980

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This "Circle 7" (a similiar, but not the same design as the ABC 7 logo) has been used by the station since, surviving both a callsign and a network affiliation change.

1980–1983

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WSVN

1983–present

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On June 7, 1983, WCKT changed its callsign to the current WSVN, and added a new wordmark to go with this change.

Six years later, on January 1, 1989, at exactly 3:00 am, WSVN, WCIX (now known as WFOR-TV), and WTVJ switched affiliations. WSVN's NBC affiliation moved to WTVJ, channel 4's CBS affiliation moved to WCIX, and channel 6's Fox affiliation moved to channel 7.

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