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WFLA-TV (first era)
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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.
This "gapped" 8 logo would only last a year as WFLA was in the ratings basement during this logo's era.
This logo debuted in the Fall of 1982 with an image campaign called "The Spirit of Tampa Bay".
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)
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.
Sale to Nexstar Broadcasting Group pending. 1This station airs programming from Antenna TV outside of MyNetworkTV programming hours. 2This station airs programming from MeTV outside of MyNetworkTV programming hours. 3Owned by Shield Media, LLC, Media General operates this station through a SSA. 4Media General operates this station through a SSA. 5Predecessor company of LIN Media. 6Operated under a local marketing agreement. 7Currently a repeater for NBC affiliate WWLP. 8Station in the process of being resold to another company due to Nexstar ownership conflicts. 9Currently a translator for WISH-TV.