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WIBF-TV

1965–1969

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WTAF-TV

These logos were used when the station was originally owned by Taft Broadcasting.

1969–1974

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1974–1979

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1979–1988

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1979–1984

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1984–1988

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1988

WTXF-TV

1988–1995

1988–1990

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In February 1987, Taft Broadcasting sold its independent and Fox-affiliated stations (including WTAF-TV) to the TVX Broadcast Group, which changed the callsign to the current WTXF-TV on June 1, 1988. Paramount Pictures purchased a stake in TVX in two phases from 1989 to 1991, which would later become the Paramount Stations Group.

1990–1992

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1992–1995

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Paramount/Viacom would sell the station to Fox Television Stations in 1995 making WTXF-TV a Fox O&O. This was because two years prior Fox wanted to purchase rival station WGBS. (channel 57, now WPSG) WGBS' owners the original Viacom would purchase Paramount Pictures in 1994 but Fox's deal for WGBS fell through that same year, this led to WGBS being fully purchased by Paramount/Viacom and WTXF-TV being sold to the network itself.

1995–2003

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2003–2007

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On April 27, 2003, WTXF-TV reverted back to "Fox 29" branding for the first time in nearly a decade.

2007-present

2007–2020

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2020-present

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