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==Logos==
 
==Logos==

Revision as of 21:27, 23 September 2012

Station standardization During the early 1990s, Fox began having stations branded as "Fox", then the channel number, with the call signs nearby. By the mid-to-late 1990s, the call signs were minimized to be just barely readable to FCC requirements, and the stations were simply known as "Fox", followed by the channel number. (For instance, WNYW in New York City,WTTG in Washington, D.C., and WAGA in Atlanta, Georgia, are referred to as Fox 5.) This marked the start of the trend for other networks to apply such naming schemes, especially at CBS, which uses the CBS Mandate on most of its owned and operated ("O&O") stations.

However, while the traditional "Big Three" do not require their affiliates to have such naming schemes, Fox recommends that all stations use it.[citation needed] (However, there are some exceptions; see below.) All Fox affiliates must have a Fox-approved logo, and most refer to themselves on-air as, for example, "Fox 11".[citation needed] In recent years some affiliates such as WNAC Fox Providence do not include the channel number in the name, and opt instead to use a city/regional descriptor in place of the channel number (e.g. Parkersburg, West Virginia NBC affiliate WTAP employs the moniker Fox Parkersburg rather than Fox 15 on its digital subchannel Fox affiliate). This is because many cable companies assign Fox stations to different channels, often a different channel than it is broadcast over the air, which is especially true for Fox affiliates with a channel over 30; Fox O&O WFLD in Chicago goes by Fox Chicago rather than their channel number of 32.

Some affiliates, such as KTVU in OaklandSan Francisco mix between using Fox (channel number) to promote entertainment programming and another brand for news (like their Channel 2 News). A handful of others, like WSVN in the South Florida area and KHON in Honolulu, Hawaii, do not use the Fox brand at all.

Starting in 2006, more standardization of the O&Os began to take place both on the air and online. All the O&Os began adopting an on-air look more closely aligned with the Fox News Channel. This includes changing the logos of almost all of these stations to have the same red, white and blue rotating box logo. The news music and graphics will eventually be the same on all the O&Os as well.[citation needed] However, WITI in Milwaukee chose to take on the new graphical coloring, but keep their horizontal FOX6 logo relatively similar to their previous version, due to the heavy integration of the former logo into the station's news set.

Taking a cue from News Corporation's recent acquisition of MySpace, many of the Fox O&Os launched new websites that look the same and have similar addresses. For example, MyFoxDC.com takes visitors to the web site of the Fox owned-and-operated station in Washington D.C.

Network slogans

Lists of advertising slogans
Television networks
ABC
CBS
Fox
NBC
Network Ten
Nine Network
Seven Network

Other companies
Apple Inc.
McDonald's
Year Slogan
1987 Don't Let Fox Weekend Pass You By
1988 This is the Year
1990

It's on Fox

1992 Everybody Knows It's on Fox
1993 Fox: You're Watching It (O&O stations only, including WATL)
1994 It Could Only Happen on Fox (O&O stations only)
1994 Fox is Kickin' It
1995 Cool Like Us
1996 Non-Stop Fox
1996 Fox 10 Years
1997 Just One Fox
2002 Fox Now (O&O stations only)
2006 Fox 20 Years
2006 First on Fox
2007 Fox On.Fox Off.
2008 So Fox
2010 Fox Rocks

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Logos

Over the years, the Fox Broadcasting Company has used a few logos, most of which have the familiar trademark searchlights on either side of "FOX".

In 1986, the year of its inaugurating television service, Fox got its first official logo, which was based on 20th Century Fox's longtime logo with the noted difference being that the only wording in the logo was the "FOX" in capital letters. It also contained the signature Fox searchlights and the double-pane platform under the "FOX" typing (Fox Movie Channel currently uses a logo also modeled after the 20th Century Fox logo).

In 1993, the original logo was revised (however keeping the original logo intact with the new logo until 1994), with the "FOX" wordmark revised, and the angle changed so that the whole logo faces the viewer head-on. The following year, the logo was again revised, dropping the searchlights, but keeping the panes.

The 1993 logo returned in 1996, without the panes underneath the network name, but leaving the searchlights and Fox wordmark. The current version of the logo was introduced in 1999 when the 20th Century Fox searchlights were removed completely and only the network name was visible. Despite this, the searchlight theme remains an integral part of News Corporation's Fox branding efforts, still seen in the Fox News Channel logo, and in the new universal station logo utilized by the FTSG stations, those former Fox stations sold to Local TV LLC, and several of Tribune Broadcasting's Fox stations, in addition to being used by some other Fox affiliates not related to FTSG, Local TV and Tribune. The older 1996-1999 Fox logo with searchlights is still used by many of the network's affiliates in their logos, also being an alternate logo from 2000 onwards, plus also being part of an alternate version of the Fox Sports logo. The searchlights were still seen in FX's logo until a rebranding effort in 2008.

Alternative logos

In addition, a green version of the logo in late April 2008 featured the O in the logo replaced with either a leaf inside a circle, or a globe with the Western Hemisphere in profile, in conjunction with the network's Earth Day campaign. During holiday periods, the Fox O has also been replaced with a jack-o'-lantern for Halloween, a globe Christmas ornament for that holiday, and the week before the 2008 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, a baseball. Also, in 2007, the F and the X in "FOX" were displayed in a yellow color and the O was in the shape of a pink donut to coincide with the release of The Simpsons Movie to movie theaters in July 2007.

The week prior to the NFL on FOX's season premiere featured the show's logo as the bug, and below it with the text "Returns Sept. 7".

Don't Let Fox Weekends Pass You By

Promotional Campaign of 1987-1988 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KASA-TV in Santa Fe/Albuquerque, New Mexico: "Don't Let Fox 14 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KASN (now a CW affiliate) in Pine Bluff / Little Rock, Arkansas: same as WNOL
  • KAUT-TV (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: "Don't Let Fox 43 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KBVO (now KEYE, a CBS affiliate) in Austin, Texas: "Don't Let Fox 42 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KCPQ in Tacoma/Seattle, Washington: "Don't Let Q13 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KDAF (now a CW affiliate) in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas: "Don't Let Fox 33 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KDEB (Now KOZL, An Independent Station) in Springfield, Missouri: Don't Fox 27 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Louis, Missouri: same as WAWS
  • KHNL (now an NBC affiliate) in Honolulu, Hawaii: "Don't Let Fox 13 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KLRT-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas: "Don't Fox 16 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KSHB-TV (now a NBC affiliate) in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: "Don't Let Fox 41 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KSTU in Salt Lake City, Utah: same as KCPQ
  • KTBY in Anchorage, Alaska: "Don't Let Fox 4 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KTTV in Los Angeles, California: "Don't Let Fox 11 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KTVU in Oakland/San Francisco/San Jose, California: "Don't Let Channel 2 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KTXL in Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto, California: "Don't Let Fox 40 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KNXV-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Phoenix, Arizona: "Don't Let Fox 15 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KRIV in Houston, Texas: "Don't Let Fox 26 Weekends Pass You By"
  • KRRT (now KMYS, a CW affiliate) in San Antonio, Texas: same as WOFL
  • WATL (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Atlanta, Georgia: "Don't Let Fox 36 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WAWS in Jacksonville, Florida: "Don't Let Fox 30 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland: "Don't Let Fox 45 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WCCB in Charlotte, North Carolina: "Don't Let Fox 18 Pass You By"
  • WCIX (now WFOR, a CBS O&O station) in Miami / Fort Lauderdale, Florida: "Don't Let Fox 6 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WCOV-TV in Montgomery, Alabama: "Don't Let Fox 20 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WDRB in Louisville, Kentucky: "Don't Let Fox 41 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WDSI-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee: "Don't Let Fox 61 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WEVV-TV (now a CBS affiliate) in Evansville, Indiana/Owensboro, Kentucky: same as WNAL (now WPXH)
  • WFLD in Chicago, Illinois: "Don't Let Fox 32 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WFLX in West Palm Beach, Florida: same as WTXF
  • WFTS-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida: same as WTTE
  • WFTX-TV in Cape Coral/Fort Myers/Naples, Florida: same as WATL
  • WFXT in Boston, Massachusetts: "Don't Let Fox 25 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WKBD-TV (now a CW O&O station) in Detroit, Michigan: "Don't Let Fox 50 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WLFL (now a CW affiliate) in Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville, North Carolina: "Don't Let Fox 22 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WNAL (now WPXH, an Ion affiliate) in Gasden/Birmingham, Alabama: "Don't Let Fox 44 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WNOL-TV (now a CW affiliate) in New Orleans, Louisiana: "Don't Let Fox 38 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WNRW (now WXLV, an ABC affiliate) in Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point, North Carolina: same as WBFF
  • WNYW in New York City, New York: "Don't Let Fox 5 Weekends Pass You By
  • WOFL in Orlando, Florida: "Don't Let Fox 35 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WOIO (now a CBS affiliate) in Cleveland, Ohio: "Don't Let Nineteen Weekends Pass You By"
  • WPGH-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: "Don't Let Fox 53 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WPMI-TV (now an NBC affiliate) in Mobile, Alabama/Pensacola, Florida: "Don't Let Fox 15 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WPTY-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Memphis, Tennessee: "
  • WTIC-TV in Hartford / New Haven, Connecticut: same as WDSI
  • WTTE in Columbus, Ohio: "Don't Let Fox 28 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WTTG in Washington, D.C.: "Don't Let Channel 5 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "Don't Let Fox 29 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WUHF in Rochester, New York: "
  • WUTV in Buffalo, New York, Hamilton, Ontario: same as WUTV
  • WUPW in Toledo, Ohio: same as WATl
  • WXGZ (now WACY, a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Appleton/Green Bay, Wisconsin: same as WFLD
  • WXIN in Indianapolis, Indiana: "Don't Let Fox 59 Weekends Pass You By"
  • WXIX-TV in Newport, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio: same as WOIO
  • XETV (now a CW affiliate) in Tijuana/San Diego, California: same as WCIX (now WFOR)

This is the Year This is Fox

Promotional Campaign of 1988-1989 and 1989-1990 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KAUT-TV (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: "Fox 43, This is the Year"
  • KCIT in Amarillo, Texas: "Fox 14, This is the Year"
  • KDAF (now a CW affiliate) in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas: "Fox 33, This is the Year"
  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Louis, Missouri: "Fox 30, This is the Year]]
  • KSHB-TV (now a NBC affiliate) in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: "Fox 41, THis is the Year"
  • KTTV in Los Angeles, California: "Fox 11, This is the Year"
  • WXGZ (now WACY, a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Appleton/Green Bay, Wisconsin: "Fox 32, This is the Year"
  • WATL (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Atlanta, Georgia: "Fox 36, This is the Year"
  • WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland: "Fox 45, This is the Year"
  • WCIX (now WFOR, a CBS O&O station) in Miami / Fort Lauderdale, Florida: "Fox 6, This is the Year"
  • WDSI-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee: "Fox 61, This is the Year"
  • WFLD in Chicago, Illinois: "Fox 32, This is the Year"
  • WFTS-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida
  • WNRW (now WXLV, an ABC affiliate) in Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point, North Carolina: same as WBFF
  • WOIO (now a CBS affiliate) in Cleveland, Ohio: "Fox Nineteen, This is the Year"
  • WPMT in York / Harrisburg / Lancaster / Lebanon, Pennsylvania: "Fox 43, This is the Year"
  • WNAL (now WPXH, a Ion Television affiliate) in Gadsen/Birmingham, Alabama: "Fox 44, This is the Year"
  • WSVN in Miami / Fort Lauderdale, Florida: "Fox 7, This is the Year"
  • WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "Fox 29...This is the Year"
  • WXGZ (now WACY, a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Appleton/Green Bay, Wisconsin: same as WFLD
  • WXIN (TV) in Indianapolis, Indiana: "Fox 59, This is the Year"
  • WXIX-TV in Newport, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio: "Fox 19, This is the Year"

It's On Fox

Promotional Campaign of spring 1990 mid-season 1990-1991 and 1991-1992 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KADN-TV in Lafayette, Louisiana: same as KNXV
  • KAUT-TV (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: "It's On Fox 43"
  • KCPQ in Tacoma/Seattle, Washington: "It's On Q13"
  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Louis, Missouri: "It's On Fox 30"
  • KDVR in Denver, Colorado: "It's On Fox 31"
  • KGSW (now KASA) in Santa Fe/Albuquerque, New Mexico: "It's On Fox 14"
  • KITN (now WFTC, a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Saint Paul/Minneapolis, Minnesota: same as WTXF
  • KRRT (now KMYS) in San Antonio, Texas: "It's On Fox 35"
  • KSHB-TV (now a NBC affiliate) in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: "It's on Fox 41"
  • KSDM-TV in Des Moines, Iowa: "It's On Fox 17"
  • KVVU-TV in Las Vegas, Nevada: "It's On Fox 5"
  • KNXV-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Phoenix, Arizona: "It's On Fox 15"
  • KXRM-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado: same as WTTO
  • WATL (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Atlanta, Georgia: "It's On Fox 36"
  • WAWS in Jacksonville, Florida: same as KDNL
  • WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland: "It's On Fox 45"
  • WCCB in Charlotte, North Carolina: "It's On Fox 18"
  • WCGV-TV in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: same as WPTY
  • WDSI-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee: "It's On Fox 61"
  • WFLD in Chicago, Illinois: "It's On Fox 32"
  • WFTS-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Petersburg/Tampa, Florida: "It's On Fox 28"
  • WFXT in Boston, Massachusetts: "It's On Fox 25"
  • WKBD-TV (now a CW O&O station) in Detroit, Michigan: "It's On Fox 50"
  • WNAC-TV in Providence, Rhode Island/New Bedford, Massachusetts: "It's On Fox 64"
  • WNAL (now WPXH, a Ion Television affiliate) in Gadsden/Birmingham, Alabama: "It's On Fox 44"
  • WNOL-TV (now a CW affiliate) in New Orleans, Louisiana: "It's On Fox 38"
  • WNRW (now WXLV, an ABC affiliate) in Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point, North Carolina: same as WBFF
  • WNYW in New York City, New York: same as KVVU
  • WOFL in Orlando, Florida: same as KRRT
  • WOIO (now a CBS affiliate) in Shaker Heights/Cleveland, Ohio: "It's On Fox Nineteen"
  • WPGH-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: "It's On Fox 53"
  • WPTY-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Memphis, Tennessee: "It's On Fox 24"
  • WSVN in Miami / Fort Lauderdale, Florida: "It's On Fox 7"
  • WTIC-TV in Hartford / New Haven, Connecticut: same as WDSI
  • WTTE in Columbus, Ohio: same as WFTS
  • WTTG in Washington, D.C.: same as KVVU
  • WTTO (now a CW affiliate) in Birmingham/Homewood/Bessemer/Tuscaloosa, Alabama: "It's On Fox 21"
  • WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "It's On Fox 29"
  • WUTV in Buffalo, New York: same as WTXF
  • WUPW in Toledo, Ohio: same as WATL
  • WVFT (now WFXR) in Roanoke/Lynchburg, Virginia: same as WTTO
  • WXGZ (now WACY, a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Appleton/Green Bay, Wisconsin: same as WFLD
  • WXIN (TV) in Indianapolis, Indiana: "It's On Fox 59"
  • WXIX-TV in Newport, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio: "It's On Fox 19"
  • WZDX in Huntsville/Decatur/Florence, Alabama: "It's On Fox 54"
  • WZTV in Nashville, Tennessee: same as KDSM
  • XETV (now a CW affiliate) in Baja/San Diego, California: "It's On Fox 6"

Everybody Knows It's on Fox

Promotional Campaign of 1992-1993 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Louis, Missouri: "Everybody Knows It's on Fox 30"
  • KSHB-TV (now a NBC affiliate) in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: "Everybody Knows It's on Fox 41"
  • WATL (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Atlanta, Georgia: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox 36"
  • WFLD in Chicago, Illinois: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox 32"
  • WGBA-TV (now an NBC affiliate) in Green Bay / Appleton, Wisconsin: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox 26"
  • WKBD-TV (now a CW O&O station) in Detroit, Michigan: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox 50"
  • WOIO (now a CBS affiliate) in Cleveland, Ohio: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox Nineteen"
  • WTTO (now a CW affiliate) in Homewood/Birmingham/Tuscaloosa/Bessemer, Alabama: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox 21"
  • WUHF in Rochester, New York: "Everybody Knows It's On Fox 31"
  • WXGZ (now WACY, a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Appleton/Green Bay, Wisconsin: same as WFLD

Fox: You're Watching It

Promotional Campaign of 1993-1994 season

  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Louis, Missouri: "Fox 30 You're Watching It"
  • KSHB-TV (now a NBC affiliate) in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: "Fox 41 You're Watching It"
  • WOIO (now a CBS affiliate) in Cleveland , Ohio: "Fox 19 You're Watching It"

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

It Could Only Happen on Fox

Promotional Campaign of early 1994 season

Local Stations

  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Louis, Missouri: "It Could Only Happen on Fox 30"
  • KSHB-TV (now a NBC affiliate) in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: "It Could Only Happen on Fox 41" (this was the last affiliation with Fox before switching to NBC in September 1994)
  • WOIO (now a CBS affiliate) in Cleveland , Ohio: "It Could Only Happen on Fox 19" (this was the last affiliation with Fox before switching to CBS in September 1994)
  • WFTS-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in St. Petersburg/Tampa, Florida: "It's On Fox 28" (this was the last affiliation with Fox before switching to ABC in December 1994)

Fox is Kickin' It

Promotional Campaign of 1994-1995 season

Local Stations

Cool Like Us

Promotional Campaign of 1995-1996 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KDFW in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas: same as WDAF
  • KDNL-TV (now an ABC affilate) in St Louis, Missouri: "Cool Like Fox 30" (this was the last affiliation with Fox before switching to ABC in August 1995)
  • KNXV-TV (now an ABC affiliate) in Phoneix, Arizona: "Cool Like Fox 15" (this was the last affiliation with Fox before switching to ABC in January 1995)
  • KTVI in St Louis, Missouri: "Cool Like Fox 2"
  • KTTV in Los Angeles, California: "Cool Like Fox 11"
  • WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia: "Cool Like Channel 5"
  • WDAF-TV in Kansas City, Missouri-Kansas: Cool Like Us Fox 4"
  • WGHP in Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point, North Carolina: "Cool Like FOX8"
  • WJBK-TV in Detroit, Michigan: same as KTVI
  • WJW (TV) in Cleveland, Ohio: same as WGHP
  • WLUK-TV in Green Bay/Fox Cities, Wisconsin: "Cool Like Fox 11"
  • WNAL (now WPXH, an Ion Television affiliate) in Gadsden/Birmingham, Alabama: "Cool Like Fox 44"
  • WTTO (now a CW affiliate) in Homewood/Birmingham/Bessemer/Tuscaloosa, Alabama: "Cool Like 21"
  • WXIX-TV in Newport, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio: "Cool Like Fox 19"

Non-Stop Fox/Fox 10 Years

Fox Promotional campaign of 1996-1997 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KABB in San Antonio, Texas: "Non-Stop Fox 29"/"Fox 29, 10 Years"
  • KADN-TV in Layfayette, Louisiana: "Non-Stop Fox 15"/"Fox 15, 16 Years"
  • KASA-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico: "Non-Stop Fox 2"/"Fox 2, 15 Years"
  • KCIT in Amarillo, Texas: "Non-Stop Fox 14"/"Fox 14, 14 Years"
  • WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia: "Non-Stop Fox 5"/"Channel 5, 47 Years"/"Fox 5, 47 Years"
  • WALA-TV in Mobile, Alabama-Pensacola-Fort Walton Beach, Florida: "Non-Stop Fox 10"/"Fox 10, 53 Years"
  • WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland: "Non-Stop Fox 45"/"Fox 45, 25 Years"
  • WBRC in Birmingham/Tuscaloosa/Anniston/Gadsden, Alabama: "Non-Stop Fox 6"/"Fox 6 47 Years"
  • WFLD in Chicago, Illinois: "Non-Stop Fox 32"/"Channel 32, 30 Years"/Fox Chicago, 30 Years"/"Fox 32, 30 Years"
  • WJBK-TV in Detroit, Michigan: "Non-Stop Fox 2"/"Fox 2, 48 Years"
  • WJW (TV) in Cleveland, Ohio: "Non-Stop Fox 8"/"Fox 8, 47 Years"
  • WVUE-DT in New Orleans, Louisiana: "Non-Stop Fox News Eight"/"Fox News Eight, 43 Years"

Just One Fox

promotional campaign of 1997-1998, 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2000-2001, and 2001-2002 season

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KABB in San Antonio, Texas: "Just One San Antonio...Just One Fox...Fox 29"
  • KADN-TV in Lafayette, Louisiana: "Just One Acadiana...Just One Fox...Fox 15"
  • KASA-TV in Santa Fe/Albuquerque, New Mexico: "Just One New Mexico...Just One Fox...Fox 2"
  • KCIT in Amarillo, Texas: "Just One Texas Panhandle...Just One Fox...Fox 14"
  • KCPQ in Tacoma/Seattle, Washington: "Just One Seattle...Just One Fox...Q13 Fox"
  • KDFW in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas: "Just One Dallas-Fort Worth...Just One Fox...Fox 4"
  • KDSM-TV in Des Monies, Iowa: "Just One Iowa...Just One Fox...Fox 17"
  • KDVR in Denver, Colorado: "Just One Colorado...Just One Fox...Fox 31"
  • KLRT-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas: "Just One Arkansas...Just One Fox...Fox 16"
  • KOKH-TV in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: "Just One Oklahoma...Just One Fox...Fox 25"
  • KOKI-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma: "Just One Tulsa...Just One Fox...Fox 23"
  • KPTV in Portland, Oregon: "Just One Oregon...Just One Fox..Fox 12"
  • KRIV in Houston, Texas: "Just One Houston...Just One Fox...Fox 26"
  • KSAZ-TV in Phoenix, Arizona: "Just One Arizona...Just One Fox...Fox 10"
  • KSTU in Salt Lake City, Utah: "Just One Utah...Just One Fox...Fox 13"
  • KTBC in Austin, Texas: "Just One Austin...Just One Fox...Fox 7"
  • KTRV-TV (now an Independent station) in Nampa/Boise, Idaho: "Just One Idaho...Just One Fox...Fox 12
  • KTTV in Los Angeles, California: "Just One Los Angeles...Just One Fox...Fox 11"
  • KTVI in St. Louis, Missouri: "Just One St. Louis...Just One Fox...Fox 2"
  • KTVU in Oakland/San Francisco/San Jose, California: "Just One Bay Area...Just One Fox...KUTV Fox 2"
  • KVVU-TV in Las Vegas-Henderson, Nevada: "Just One Nevada...Just One Fox...Fox 5"
  • KTXL in Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto, California: "Just One Northern California...Just One Fox...Fox 40"
  • WAGA-TV in Atlanta, Georgia: "Just One Atlanta...Just One Fox...Fox 5"
  • WALA-TV in Mobile, Alabama-Pensacola-Fort Walton Beach, Florida: "Just One Gulf Coast...Just One Fox...Fox 10"
  • WAWS-TV in Jacksonville, Florida: "Just One First Coast...Just One Fox...Fox 30"
  • WBFF in Baltimore, Maryland: "Just One Baltimore...Just One Fox...Fox 45"
  • WBRC in Birmingham/Tuscaloosa/Anniston/Gadsden, Alabama: "Just One Alabama...Just One Fox...Fox 6"
  • WCCB in Charlotte, North Carolina: "Just One Charlotte...Just One Fox...Fox 18"
  • WDAF-TV in Kansas City, Missouri: "Just One Kansas City...Just One Fox...Fox 4"
  • WDBD in Jackson, Mississippi: "Just One Mississippi...Just One Fox...Fox 40"
  • WDKY-TV in Danville/Lexington, Kentucky: "Just One Kentucky...Just One Fox...Fox 56"
  • WDRB in Louisville, Kentucky: "Just One Louisville...Just One Fox...Fox 49"
  • WDSI-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee: "Just One Chattanooga...Just One Fox...Fox 61"
  • WFLD in Chicago, Illinois: "Just One Chicago...Just One Fox...Fox 32"
  • WFTC (now a MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota: "Just One Minnesota...Just One Fox...Fox 29"
  • WFTX in Boston, Massachusetts: "Just One Boston...Just One Fox...Fox 25"
  • WGHP in High Point/Greensboro/Winston-Salem, North Carolina: "Just One Piedmont Triad...Just One Fox...Fox 8"
  • WGMB-TV in Baton Rouge, Louisiana: "Just One Baton Rouge...Just One Fox...Fox 44"
  • WHBQ-TV in Memphis, Tennessee: "Just One Mid-South...Just One Fox...Fox 13"
  • WITI (TV) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: "Just One Wisconsin...Just One Fox...Fox 6"
  • WJBK-TV in Detroit, Michigan: "Just One Detroit...Just One Fox...Fox 2"
  • WJW (TV) in Cleveland, Ohio: "Just One Cleveland...Just One Fox...Fox 8"
  • WLUK-TV in Green Bay/Fox Cities, Wisconsin: "Just One Fox River Valley...Just One Fox...Fox 11"
  • WNAC-TV in Providence, Rhode Island/New Bedford, Massachusetts: "Just One Rhode Island....Just One Fox...Fox 64"
  • WNYW in New York City, New York: "Just One New York City...Just One Fox...Fox 5"
  • WOFL in Orlando, Florida: "Just One Central Florida...Just One Fox...Fox 35"
  • WPGH-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: "Just One Pittsburgh...Just One Fox...Fox 53"
  • WSVN in Miami / Fort Lauderdale, Florida: "Just One South Florida...Just One Fox...WSVN 7"
  • WTAT-TV in Charleston, South Carolina: "Just One Lowcountry...Just One Fox...Fox 24"
  • WTIC-TV in Hartford/New Haven, Connecticut: "Just One Connecticut...Just One Fox...Fox 61"
  • WTTE in Columbus, Ohio: "Just One Columbus...Just One Fox...Fox 28"
  • WTTG in Washington, D.C.: "Just One Washington...Just One Fox...Fox 5"
  • WTVT in Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida: "Just One Tampa Bay...Just One Fox...Fox 13"
  • WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "Just One Philadelphia...Just One Fox...Fox 29"
  • WUHF in Rochester, New York: "Just One Rochester...Just One Fox...Fox 28"
  • WUPW in Toledo, Ohio: "Just One Toledo...Just One Fox...Fox 36"
  • WUTV in Buffalo, New York: "Just One Buffalo...Just One Fox"/"Only One Buffalo...Only One Fox...Fox 29"
  • WVUE-DT in New Orleans, Louisiana: "Just One Louisiana...Just One Fox...Fox 8"
  • WXXA-TV in Albany/Schenectady/Troy, New York: "Just One Captial District...Just One Fox...Fox 23"
  • WXIN (TV) in Indianapolis, Indiana: "Just One Indiana...Just One Fox...Fox 59"
  • WXIX-TV in Newport, Kentucky/Cincinnati, Ohio: "Just One Cincinnati...Just One Fox...Fox 19"
  • WZTV in Nashville, Tennessee: "Just One Nashville...Just One Fox...Fox 17"
  • XETV in Tijuana, Baja, California-San Diego, California: "Just One San Diego-Tijuana Valley...Just One Fox...Fox 6"

FOX Now

promotional campaign of 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, and 2005-2006 television season

Local Stations

Several Fox station used to local customized version of this campaign

So Fox

Fox Promotional campaign of 2008-present

Local Stations

Several Fox stations used to local customized version of this campaign

  • KADN-TV in Lafayette, Louisiana: "So Fox 15"
  • KCPQ in Seattle, Washington: "So Q13 Fox"
  • KDFW in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas: "So Fox 4"
  • KDVR in Denver, Colorado: "So Fox 31 Denver"
  • KFOX-TV in El Paso, Texas: "So Fox 14"
  • KMSS-TV in Shreveport, Louisiana: "So Fox 33"
  • KTBC in Austin, Texas: "So Fox 7"
  • KTTV in Los Angeles: "So Fox 11"
  • KTVI in St. Louis: "So Fox 2"
  • KTXL in Sacramento, California: "So Fox 40"
  • KUQI in Copus Cristi, Texas: "So Fox 38"
  • KWKT in Waco, Texas: "So Fox 44"
  • KXOF-CA in Laredo, Texas: "So Fox 39"
  • WAGA-TV in Atlanta: "So Fox 5"
  • WAWS in Jacksonville, Florida: "So Fox 30"
  • WBRC-TV in Birmingham/Tuscaloosa/Anniston/Gadsden, Alabama: "So Fox 6"
  • WDAF-TV in Kansas City: Same as KDFW
  • WDBD in Jackson, Mississippi: Same as KTXL
  • WFLD in Chicago: "So Fox Chicago"
  • WFXT in Boston, Massachusetts: "So Fox 25"
  • WGMB in Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Same as KWKT
  • WITI (TV) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Same as WBRC
  • WJBK-TV in Detroit: Same as KTVI
  • WLAX/WEUX in La Crosse/ Eau Claire, Wisconsin: "So Fox 25/48"
  • WNYW in New York City: Same as WAGA-TV
  • WOFL in Orlando, Florida: "So Fox 35"
  • WTAT-TV in Charleston, South Carolina: "So Fox 24"
  • WTIC-TV in Hartford, Connecticut: "So Fox CT"
  • WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: "So Fox 29"
  • WXIN (TV) in Indianapolis, Indiana: "So Fox 59"
  • WZTV in Nashville, Tennessee: "So Fox 17"