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In February 1992, Green Bay's original Fox affiliate WXGZ (channel 32) went dark due to financial problems, it would return to the air two years later as WACY-TV. WGBA became the second Fox affiliate for the Green Bay market on February 13, 1992, a day after WXGZ's shutdown, and rebranded as "Fox 26".
In August 28, 1995 WGBA-TV swapped affiliations with WLUK-TV (channel 11), becoming the NBC affiliate for the Green Bay market as part of a group affiliation deal with SF Broadcasting who purchased four stations (including WLUK-TV) from Burnham Broadcasting and become Fox affiliates; WGBA then became known on-air as "NBC 26".
TV stations in Green Bay
| Television stations:|
ABC affiliates: KERO-TV | KGTV | KGUN-TV | KIVI-TV | KMGH-TV | KNXV-TV | KSAW-LD | KTNV-TV | WCPO-TV | WEWS-TV | WFTS-TV | WKBW-TV | WMAR-TV | WRTV | WXYZ-TV
FM Radio stations:
1 The E.W. Scripps Company operates this station, owned by Raycom Media, under a shared services agreement.