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1956–1959

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1959–1962

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1962–1968

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1968–1974

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1974–1984

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1984–1995

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During this period, WTVW was one of a few non-ABC owned stations (despite being affiliated with them then) to use the ABC circle 7 logo.

1995–1998

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WTVW officially ended its 39-year affiliation with ABC and joined Fox on December 3, 1995, with ABC moving to former CBS affiliate WEHT and CBS moving to former Fox affiliate WEVV-TV

1998–2000

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2000–2004

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2004–2005

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2005–2011

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2011

May–June 2011

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On May 11, 2011, Fox announced that it would disaffiliate from WTVW and move its programming to a subchannel of WEVV-TV that already carried programming from MyNetworkTV, effective July 1 (WEVV's main channel remains with CBS) – in effect, resulting in Fox returning to its original affiliate in Evansville.

2011–2019

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On July 1, 2011, WTVW became an independent station as WEVV-DT2 took the Fox affiliation, rebranded as "Local 7", the station replaced Fox primetime Shows with syndicated programming on weeknights, westerns on Saturdays and movies on Sundays.

2013–2019

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On January 28, 2013, Mission Broadcasting announced that WTVW would become the new The CW affiliate for the Tri-State area effective January 31. The affiliation came nearly a month after Roberts Broadcasting closed down WAZE-LP, WJPS-LP, and WIKY-LP, which served as translators for Evansville's original CW affiliate WAZE-TV (the full-power WAZE signal shut down in early 2012, leaving the translators to carry it's programming until they ceased operations).

2019–present

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