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Fox 2 (KTVI)
Offices: St Louis, Missouri
KTVI, FOX 2's goal is to become the most important media outlet in the bi-state area. FOX 2 is committed to providing their viewers and advertisers with informative and entertaining programming choices; a news effort that is fair, accurate and thorough; and an active involvement in community issues that have a positive impact on the total viewing area. They seek to do everything they do with a spirit of sensitivity, style, imagination, courage, confidence, and aggressiveness.
Fox 2 (KTVU)
Offices: San Jose, California
On March 2, 1958, KTVU signed on the air from an old abandoned theatre in downtown Oakland as Channel 2.In April 1981, KTVU moved into its new facility at #2 Jack London Square. It has since affiliated with the Fox network, and dramatically increased its daily output of news programming. In its nearly 40 years of broadcasting, KTVU has grown in size, and in stature gaining a nationwide reputation for excellence. They are the television home of the San Francisco Giants.
Fox 2 (WJBK)
Offices: Detroit, Michigan
WJBK FOX 2 debuted in the Detroit market on October 24, 1948. At that time, it was a Dumont Network affiliate. WJBK became a CBS Network affiliate in 1952, after the Dumont Network went out of business. WJBK was sold to Gillett Communications in 1987, then to New World Communications in 1993. WJBK switched network affiliation from CBS to FOX in 1994. It became a FOX Network owned and operated station in 1997.
Fox 4 (KDFW)
Offices: Dallas, Texas
KRLD-TV Channel 4 was the 4th Texas TV station granted a license to operate by the Federal Communications Commission. Channel 4 signed on the air December 3, 1949. On July 2, 1970 channel 4 was assigned new call letters. KDFW-TV became the station's new name, since "DFW" represents their "Dallas-"Fort "Worth viewing area. On July 1, 1995, Channel 4 signed on with a new look and a new name: FOX 4 Texas, breaking away from CBS.
Fox 4 (WDAF)
Offices: Kansas City, Kansas
On October 16, 1949, at 6:00 p.m. WDAF-TV went on air as the first television station in Kansas City. At that time, 78 stations were operating commercially in 47 cities, and there were 8,000 television sets in the WDAF-TV signal area. The station became an NBC affiliate exclusively on August 30, 1950. On May 23, 1994, New World and News Corporation (Fox) announced that Fox would invest $500 million in New World. In return, New World would switch the affiliation of its stations to the Fox Network. This agreement included WDAF-TV, which switched from NBC to FOX on September 12, 1994.

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Fox 4 (WFTX)
Offices: Cape Coral, Florida
WFTX-TV is located in one of America’s fastest growing markets, Fort Myers/Naples, Florida. Fox 4 was acquired by Journal Broadcast Group in late 2005 as part of a three station purchase. Fox 4 is a dynamic Fox network-affiliated television station dedicated to bringing Southwest Florida viewers high-impact local newscasts, the best in entertainment and sports. Fox 4 News at Ten is a nightly one-hour program focused on covering local news in the southwest part of Florida.
Fox 5 Atlanta (WAGA)
Offices: Atlanta, Georgia
FOX5 Atlanta is the FOX owned and operated television station in Atlanta,Georgia.The call letters, WAGA, were originally chosen to cleverly reflect their hometown. The station began in 1949 as a CBS affiliate. DuMont served as a secondary affiliation from 1949 to 1955 and shared ABC with WSB-TV until WLWA-TV (now WXIA-TV) signed on in 1951. It is the only VHF commercial station in Atlanta still on its original channel.
Fox 5 DC (WTTG)
Offices: Washington, DC
FOX 5 began operating on May 19, 1945, as the first station in Washington,DC and the second station of the now-defunct DuMont Television Network. Murdoch used WTTG and WABD DuMont stations to build the core of the FOX network. On 1966 they broadcasted the first primetime newscast. Their reporters develop and write compelling stories with on-air presentation skill and powerful storytelling abilities.
Fox 5 Las Vegas (KVVU)
Offices: Las Vegas, Nevada and KVVU-TV have developed a cutting-edge partnership that delivers breaking local news and information 24 hours a day. By utilizing up-to-the-minute reporting, online video and in-depth resources, they are setting a standard for breaking news coverage and community information. They believes in respect for all individuals and provides equal employment opportunity to all people, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, creed, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military service.
Fox 5 New York (WNYW)
Offices: New York, New York
FOX 5 began life as one of the world's first television stations on July 3, 1939, broadcasting a test pattern and still pictures on channel 1, sharing time with what would become WNBC. On May 2, 1944, the station was granted commercial status and its first call letters: WABD, in honor of its founder, Allen B. DuMont. The FCC finally got to the point where they said the companies who owned the station was exerting too much influence because they owned TV stations and newspapers in the same cities. The company sold its seven stations, including WABD to Rupert Murdoch.