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This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:
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Contents

1953–1956 1956–1959 1959–1960 1960–1962 1962–1963 1963–1967
1953–1956 1956–1959 1959–1960 1960–1962 1962–1963 1963–1967
1967–1970 1970–1979 1979–1985 1985–1988 1988–1994 1996
1967–1970 1970–1979 1979–1985 1985–1988 1988–1994 1996
1996–1998 1998–2002 2002–2009 2009–present
1996–1998 1998–2002 2002–2009 2009–present


WJMR-TV

1953–1956

WJMR-TV Channel 61 test pattern 11-1-1953.JPG

1956–1959

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WVUE (-TV/DT)

1959–1960

1960–1962

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1962–1963

WVUE 12 logo 1962-63.png

1963–1967

Wvue1267.jpg

1967–1970

WVUE 12 logo 1968-70.jpg

1970–1979

WVUE (1975).svg

The logo is similar to WISH-TV in Indianapolis, and Canal 8 in Mar del Plata. On June 8, 1970, WVUE swapped channels with local PBS member station WYES-TV, moving to channel 8 while WYES took over channel 12.

1979–1985

WVUE (1983).svg

1985–1988

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1988–1994

WVUE90.png
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1994–1996

1996

January–November 1996

WVUE-FOX8-96.png

In 1994, Burnham Broadcasting sold WVUE-TV and three other stations (KHON-TV in Honolulu, WALA-TV in Mobile, Alabama and WLUK-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin) to SF Broadcasting (a joint venture of Savoy Communications and News Corporation), which announced the four stations would become Fox affiliates. When the station switched to Fox on January 1, 1996, WVUE-TV announed that ABC affiliation has moved to WGNO (channel 26), while that station's former WB affiliation moved to former Fox affiliate WNOL-TV (channel 38).

1996–1998

FOX WVUE EIGHT.svg

This logo is similar to the one used by WFXT during the same time period.

1998–2002

Fox8logo.jpg

2002–present

2002–2009

WVUE FOX 8 2002.svg

2009–present

WVUE FOX 8 2009.svg

Starting in 2009, the cutout from the "O" and the dash were replaced with a fleur-de-lis, which is a common symbol in the city and was even adopted by their NFL team, the New Orleans Saints, who created a simplified version of it as their primary logo.

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