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For its sister station that formerly used the WQXI–TV callsign, see WATL.
For the television station in Miami that currently uses the callsign formerly used by WXIA, see WLTV-DT.
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Contents

1951–1953 1953–1962 1962–1968 1968–1972 1972–1973 1973–1974 1974–1976
1951–1953 1953–1962 1962–1968 1968–1972 1972–1973 1973–1974 1974–1976
1976–1982 1982–1993 1993–2019 1995–2004 2004–2019 2019–present
1976–1982 1982–1993 1993–2019 1995–2004 2004–2019 2019–present

WLTV

1951–1953

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The station signed on as a ABC afiliate in 1951 and was originally on channel 8.

WLWA

1953–1962

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In 1953, the station moved to channel 11.

WAII-TV

1962–1966

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1965–1968

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WQXI-TV

1968–1972

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1972–1973

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WXIA-TV

1973–1974

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1974–1976

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1976–1982

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In 1980, WXIA-TV became an NBC affiliate after WSB-TV decided to affiliate with ABC due to the network's high ratings. The station also got a new tagline called Atlanta's Proud New Tradition reflecting the network's "Proud as a Peacock" branding.

1982–1993

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1993–2019

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Soon after this logo was first introduced, WXIA-TV dropped the "11 Alive" branding on August 1994. However, an outcry by Atlanta, GA residents over the removal of the popular branding forced the parent company Gannett (which later spun off into Tegna) to restore the branding a month later. It was officially restored again in 1996.

1995–2004 (primary); 2004–2019 (secondary)

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2004–2019

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2019–present

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