In 1994, Burnham Broadcasting sold WVUE-TV and three other stations (KHON-TV in Honolulu, WALA-TV in Mobile, Alabama and WLUK-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin) to SF Broadcasting (a joint venture of Savoy Communications and News Corporation), which announced the four stations would become Fox affiliates. When the station switched to Fox in January 1996, WVUE-TV's ABC affiliation moved to WGNO (channel 26), while that station's former WB affiliation moved to former Fox affiliate WNOL-TV (channel 38).
1 Raycom Media owns and operates these stations through American Spirit Media. 2 Raycom operates this station owned by MCG Capital Corporation under a shared services agreement. 3 Owned by Sander Media, LLC, operated through SSA by Raycom Media, joint sales agreement by TEGNA. 4 Raycom operates this station owned by Tucker Operating Co., LLC through a SSA. 5 Raycom operates this station owned by Tougaloo College through a SSA. 6 Raycom operates this station owned by The E.W. Scripps Company.