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WFLA-TV (first era)

1955–196?

Picture 8-0

196?–1962

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1962–1975

WFLA 1964
WFLA-TV 1970

1975–1981

WFLA1980

This "8" logo was used from 1975 to 1981. This logo was captured from a 1980 WFLA promo that had the 1979-1986 NBC logo next to the 8. WFLA would not attach the peacock to its logo again until 1995.

1981–1982

WFLA 1981
WFLA 1981-0

This "gapped" 8 logo would only last a year as WFLA was in the ratings basement during this logo's era.

1982–1983

Channel 8 WFLA-TV

This logo debuted in the Fall of 1982 with an image campaign called "The Spirit of Tampa Bay".

WFLA 1982
Picture 9-0
WFLA 1983

WXFL

1983–1988

WXFL-TV 8

In January 1983, WFLA-TV changed its call letters to WXFL-TV as their owner Media General sold its sister radio stations WFLA-FM and WFLA-AM. The radio stations got to keep their call letters and Channel 8 was forced to change theirs.

WFLA-TV (second era)

1989–1992

WFLATV 1989

The rule on TV/Radio call letters not belonging to different owners was ratified and on January 1, 1989, Channel 8 regained the WFLA-TV call letters.

1992–1993

WFLA 1992

1993–1995

NC 8

1995–2000

Wfla 1995

2000–present

News Channel 8


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