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Although Fox was founded in 1985, it did not start using a logo until 1986. It was originally called FBC, but was renamed Fox in 1987.
The first logo consisted of three blue squares containing the letters printed in yellow. The letters were "FBC" which stood for the Fox Broadcasting Company, with the network's name appearing below.
When FBC was renamed Fox in late 1987, it introduced a more familiar logo based on the 20th Century Fox logo and the Fox wordmark was capitalized. It also featured the searchlights and the double pane platform under the name. The logo above used since April 5, 1987 is a print logo based on the 1987 20th Century Fox print logo. This logo has still remained on some affiliate stations such as KTTV during the 1993-94 season.
This logo was introduced in September 1, 1993
The logo introduced in July 1994 is still used on The Simpsons merchandise.
The spotlights were removed in 1995.
In 1996, Fox updated their 'spotlight' logo which originally lasted from 1987-1995. Although it's no longer being used as of 1999, it's still being used on some Fox affiliates' logos. It also appears within an alternate version of the Fox News logo used for special reports of breaking news and programs produced by the sister cable channel for the broadcast network.
The spotlights were removed once again in 1999.
- For other related logos and images see: Fox (United States)/Other, and Fox (United States)/Logo Variations
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- FX (United States)
- MundoMax (defunct; formerly MundoFox)