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1984–1986

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WTTE originally signed on the air on June 1, 1984 as an independent station on UHF channel 28. It is also the last station built and signed on by the Sinclair Broadcast Group.

1986–1993

1986-1987

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This logo's design is influenced by sister station WBFF in Baltimore, WPTT in Pittsburgh, and WIIB-TV (now WIPX-TV) in Bloomington/Indianapolis.

1987–1990

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1990–1993

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1993–1994

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1994–1995

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1995–1996

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1996–1998

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1998–2006

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2006–2021

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2021–present

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On January 7, 2021, Sinclair Broadcast Group (owner of WSYX and operator of WTTE & WWHO) moved the "Fox 28" intellectual property to WSYX 6.3 and converted WTTE's main signal into a primary affiliate of Sinclair-owned TBD (moving up from WTTE 28.2), as part of Columbus's upgrade to ATSC 3.0. As Sinclair effectively owns Cunningham Broadcasting (the owner of WTTE's licensed assets), this makes WTTE a de-facto TBD O&O station.


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