In 1982, Malrite Communications, Inc., signed WFLX Fox 29 on the air in West Palm Beach and it immediately became popular as South Florida's Movie Station! In just a few short years, the station became known as one of the most successful Independent stations in the nation.
In 1985, a new era began as WFLX became an affiliate of the Fox Television Network. As the network grew from just one show per week to its current seven nights of prime, the station contributed greatly to the success that Fox would attain. In 1993-'94, WFLX was recognized as the Fox Affiliate of the Year. For many years since then, Fox 29 has lead all Fox Affiliates as the #1 station among 18-34, 18-49, and 25-54 year olds! Fox 29 continues to grow with one of the best program line-ups in South Florida with Fox Prime and Sports, The Ten O'Clock News, The Fox 29 Morning News, American Idol, The X Factor, Glee, New Girl and much, much more!
In September 1998, WFLX Fox 29 was purchased by Raycom National, Inc . Raycom, an employee-owned company, is one of the nation's largest broadcasters and owns and/or provides services for 47 television stations in 36 markets and 18 states. Raycom also owns two radio stations and Raycom Sports, a marketing, production, and events management and distribution company. Raycom Sports owns three LPGA golf tournaments, the Micron PC Bowl and in a partnership, owns the television basketball rights to the Atlantic Coast Conference and syndicates television programs "More Than a Game," "The Sports Edge" and Major League Baseball's "Record Breakers" and "Generation of Heroes".
Mailing Address: WFLX Fox 29, 1100 Banyan Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Telephone Number: 561-845-2929