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    WNET

    WNET

    • Area Served: Newark
    • Distributor: Non-commercial educational
    • Content: Television
    WNET, channel 13 (also referred to as Thirteen) is a non-commercial educational public television station licensed to Newark, New Jersey. With its signal covering the New York metropolitan area, WNET is a primary station of the Public Broadcasting Service and a primary provider of PBS programming. WNET's main studios and offices are located in Midtown Manhattan with an auxiliary street-level studio in the Lincoln Center complex on the Upper West Side. The station's transmitter is on the Empire State Building. The license-holder is WNET, formerly known as the Educational Broadcasting Corporation. WNET is also the parent of Long Island-based PBS station WLIW (channel 21) and operator of NJTV. The current president and Chief Executive Officer of the two stations and the New Jersey network NJTV is Neal Shapiro, the former president of NBC News. WNET's Channel Thirteen is the most watched PBS station in the country; its sister station WLIW is the third most watched. WNET commenced broadcasting on May 15, 1948, as WATV, a commercial television station owned by Atlantic Television, a subsidiary of Bremer Broadcasting Corporation. Bremer also owned two northern New Jersey radio stations,
    8.25
    8 votes
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    KTVI

    KTVI

    • Area Served: St. Louis
    • Distributor: Local TV
    • Content: KPLR-TV
    KTVI is the Fox-affiliated television station in St. Louis, Missouri. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 43 (or virtual channel 2.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in the unincorporated community of Sappington. Owned by Local TV (which is owned in turn by private equity firm Oak Hill Capital Partners), KTVI operates CW affiliate KPLR-TV (owned by the Tribune Company) through a local marketing agreement. Both stations share studios at 2250 Ball Drive in Maryland Heights. KTVI began broadcasting on August 10, 1953 as WTVI on UHF channel 54, licensed to Belleville, Illinois (across the Mississippi river from St. Louis) as the second television station in the St. Louis market. The station's first broadcast was a baseball game between the St. Louis Browns and Cincinnati Reds, called by Buddy Blattner, Bill Durney and Milo Hamilton. It was the original CBS affiliate for St. Louis, with secondary affiliations with ABC and Dumont. The station originally operated from studios located in Alton. When KWK-TV (channel 4) debuted on July 8, 1954 and took the CBS affiliation, WTVI became a primary ABC and secondary DuMont affiliate. The station moved to UHF channel 36, and
    8.13
    8 votes
    3
    DWDM-TV

    DWDM-TV

    • Area Served: Quezon
    DZCE-TV (commonly known as GEM TV, short for Global Expansion Media Television) is the UHF television station of Christian Era Broadcasting Service (CEBS), a broadcast ministry of the independent Philippine Christian church the Iglesia ni Cristo, and Eagle Broadcasting Corporation. GEM is also a term used for the Iglesia ni Cristo's "Grand Evangelical Missions." This station studios are located at Redeemer Street, Milton Hills Subdivision, Quezon City. GEM TV 49 shares transmission facilities with sister station Net 25.
    7.14
    7 votes
    4
    KAKW-DT

    KAKW-DT

    • Area Served: Killeen
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KAKW-DT is a television station licensed to Killeen, Texas, serving the Waco and Austin markets as a Univision owned-and-operated station on channel 62 from a tower approximately halfway between Austin and Killeen. Although it is based in the Waco market, most of its news and advertising is targeted for the Austin market. KAKW was originally a dual UPN/The WB affiliate for the Waco/Killeen/Temple market, and was owned by Communications Corporation of America, along with simulcast Fox affiliates KWKT (Waco) and KYLE (Bryan/College Station). That was until 2002 when KAKW dropped both networks and expanded its market coverage to Austin and became a Univision affiliate under new ownership of the Spanish television network itself. It also started up a local Spanish news operation. Until 2009, KAKW also operated a repeater in Austin, KAKW-CA channel 31. In 2009, this station switched to Telefutura programming, as KTFO-CD. KAKW broadcasts its HD signal on channel 31.2 making Univision available over-the-air in the Austin DMA.
    6.86
    7 votes
    5
    KARK-TV

    KARK-TV

    • Area Served: Little Rock
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KARK, virtual channel 4, is the NBC-affiliated television station for Central Arkansas that is licensed to Little Rock. Owned by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group, the station is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KARZ-TV (channel 42) and the two share studios on West Capitol Avenue in Downtown Little Rock one block east of the Arkansas State Capitol. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 32, using its former analog channel assignment of 4 as its virtual channel via PSIP, from a transmitter on Shinall Mountain near the Chenal Valley section of the city. On cable, the station is available on Comcast channel 5 in standard definition and digital channel 232 in high definition. KARK-TV requested to transmit in digital only, effective February 17, 2009. After it shut down its analog signal on that date, the original scheduled completion date of the nationwide analog television shutdown, which Congress had moved the previous month to June 12, 2009, KARK-DT remained on its pre-transition digital channel number, 32, using PSIP to display its virtual channel as 4. This station is Little Rock's second oldest having started on April 15, 1954. KATV was the first beating KARK
    7.50
    6 votes
    6
    KDKA-TV

    KDKA-TV

    • Area Served: Pittsburgh
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KDKA-TV, channel 2, is an owned and operated television station of the CBS Television Network, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. KDKA-TV broadcasts from a transmitter located in the Perry North neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and its studios are located in downtown Pittsburgh at Gateway Center. The facility also houses WPCW (channel 19, Pittsburgh's CW affiliate). The station went on the air on January 11, 1949, as WDTV (W DuMont TeleVision) on channel 3, owned and operated by the DuMont Television Network. It was the 51st TV station in the U.S. and the third and last DuMont-owned station to go on the air, behind WABD (now WNYW) in New York City and WTTG in Washington, D.C. To mark the occasion, a live television special aired that day from 8:30pm to 11pm EST on WDTV. The show began with a one-hour local program broadcast from Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh. The remainder of the show featured live segments from DuMont, CBS, NBC, and ABC with Arthur Godfrey, Milton Berle, DuMont host Ted Steele, and many other celebrities. The station also represented a milestone in the television industry, providing the first "network" that included Pittsburgh and 13 other cities from Boston to St.
    8.40
    5 votes
    7
    WDAM-TV

    WDAM-TV

    • Area Served: Laurel
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WDAM-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Southeastern Mississippi's Pine Belt that is licensed to Laurel. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 7 from a transmitter at its studios on U.S. 11 in unincorporated Eastabuchie near the Jones and Forrest County line. Owned by Raycom Media, the station can also be seen on Comcast channel 4 and in high definition on digital channel 432. Syndicated programming on WDAM includes Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Inside Edition, and Judge Judy among others. WDAM-TV, named for the initials of the original owner David A. Madison, signed-on June 8, 1956 airing an analog signal on VHF channel 9. At that time is carried both NBC and ABC. During the late-1950s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network. In September 1959, then licensed by South Mississippi Broadcasting, Inc., it moved from channel 9 to channel 7 to allow WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to move from UHF channel 28 to VHF channel 9 and to protect Tupelo's WTWV (now WTVA) that also broadcast on channel 9. After moving to 7, the station was designated as serving the Laurel-Hattiesburg area. In 1962, WDAM dropped its secondary ABC
    8.40
    5 votes
    8
    WWTI

    WWTI

    • Area Served: Watertown
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WWTI is the ABC-affiliated television station for Upstate New York's North Country. Licensed to Watertown, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (or virtual channel 50.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Hayes Road in Copenhagen, a village of Denmark. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 5 and in high definition on digital channel 889. Owned by Newport Television, It has studios on Arsenal Street/NY 3 in Watertown. Syndicated programming on WWTI includes The Big Bang Theory, Dr. Phil, Judge Judy, and The Doctors. Although technically operating as a separate station in its own right, WWTI can be considered a semi-satellite of WSYR-TV in Syracuse. As such, this station clears all ABC programming and most local newscasts (see below) as provided by its parent but airs separate commercials and legal identifications. It simulcasts Who Wants to Be a Millionaire from WSYR weekday afternoons at 12:30 and airs The Dr. Oz Show weekday mornings at 9 (as opposed to the later airing at 4 on its parent outlet). Master control and some internal operations of WWTI are based at centralcasting facilities within WSYR's studios on Bridge Street in East
    7.17
    6 votes
    9
    WPTV-TV

    WPTV-TV

    • Area Served: West Palm Beach
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPTV-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for South Florida's Gold and Treasure Coasts. Licensed to West Palm Beach, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 12 (PSIP virtual channel 5) from a transmitter in Lake Worth along U.S. 441/SR 7. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 3 (in Martin, Palm Beach, Okeechobee, and Southern St. Lucie Counties) and channel 5 (in Indian River and Northern St. Lucie Counties). There is a high definition feed offered on Comcast digital channel 432. Owned by the E.W. Scripps Company, WPTV has studios on South Australian Avenue in Downtown West Palm Beach (mailing address says Banyan Boulevard also known as 1st Street). Syndicated programming on the station includes: Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, The Dr. Oz Show, and Ellen. The station began broadcasting on August 22, 1954 as the primary NBC affiliate for all of South Florida with the call letters WJNO-TV. At sign-on, the first words heard on-air were from Control Room Director Vern Crawford: "The power has just been turned on for WJNO-TV channel 5 by Frank M. Folsom, President of The Radio Corporation of America." Crawford later became a fishing reporter
    7.00
    6 votes
    10
    KGNS-TV

    KGNS-TV

    • Area Served: Laredo
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KGNS-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Laredo, Texas and the Mexican city of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 8 from a transmitter near the Pinto Valle Industrial Park (to the immediate north of the United States-Mexico border), northwest of Laredo. Owned by SagamoreHill Broadcasting, it maintains studios on West Del Mar Boulevard and Springfield Avenue (near I-35) in northern Laredo. This station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 10 and in high definition on digital channel 860. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes Ellen, America's Funniest Home Videos, 30 Rock, Entertainment Tonight and Law & Order. KGNS originally went on air January 7, 1956 as KHAD-TV, it has been an primary NBC affiliate since its sign on, but the station initially held secondary affiliations with CBS and ABC. Donrey Media Group (now Stephens Media Group bought the station on September 1, 1958. One of its first moves under Donrey ownership was to change the station's call letters, Donrey management held a contest in which elementary and middle school students from both the United States and Mexico sides of the
    9.25
    4 votes
    11
    KOTV

    KOTV

    • Area Served: Tulsa
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KOTV-DT is the CBS-affiliated television station serving Oklahoma's Green Country region and the Tulsa metropolitan area. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 45 (or virtual channel 6.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located near South 257th Street East and the Muskogee Turnpike in southeastern Tulsa County (southeast of Broken Arrow). Owned by Griffin Communications, it is sister to CW affiliate KQCW-DT and both share studios located on East 3rd Street and South Frankfort Avenue in downtown Tulsa. The station can also be seen on Cox Communications and AT&T U-verse channel 6. There is a high definition feed available on Cox Communications digital channel 706 and AT&T U-verse channel 1006. On digital subchannel 6.2 is sister station and CW affiliate KQCW-DT. On digital subchannel 6.3 and on Cox digital channel 53 is News on 6 Now, a news simulcast/rebroadcast channel (previously operating as cable-only News Now 53 from 2000 until March 30, 2011), owned by Griffin in cooperation with Cox Communications; digital channel 6.3 was previously an affiliate of This TV from January 20, 2009 to March 30, 2011 (This TV has since moved to digital channel 19.2 on KQCW).
    9.00
    4 votes
    12
    WCBS-TV

    WCBS-TV

    • Area Served: New York City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WCBS-TV, channel 2, is the flagship station of the CBS television network, located in New York City. The station's studios are located within the CBS Broadcast Center and its transmitter is at the top of the Empire State Building, both in midtown Manhattan. It is one-half of a television duopoly with Long Island-licensed independent station WLNY-TV (channel 55). In the few areas of the eastern United States where a CBS station is not receivable over-the-air, WCBS is available on satellite via DirecTV (which also provides coverage of the station to Latin American countries and through major U.S. air carriers on JetBlue's LiveTV inflight entertainment system) and Dish Network (which carries the station as part of All American Direct's distant network package). WCBS-TV's history dates back to CBS' opening of experimental station W2XAB on July 31, 1931, using the mechanical television system that had been more-or-less perfected in the late 1920s. Its initial broadcast featured New York Mayor Jimmy Walker, Kate Smith, and George Gershwin. The station boasted the first regular seven-day broadcasting schedule in American television, broadcasting 28 hours a week. On November 8, 1932, W2XAB
    6.67
    6 votes
    13
    CFCF-TV

    CFCF-TV

    • Area Served: Montreal
    CFCF-DT (branded as CTV Montreal) is the CTV owned-and-operated station in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on VHF channel 12 from a transmitter located at Mont Royal. Owned by Bell Media, its studios are located the intersection of Avenue Papineau and Rue Saint Rose in Downtown Montreal. This station can also be seen on Vidéotron cable channel 7 and in high definition on digital channel 607. CFCF-TV was founded by the Canadian Marconi Company owner of CFCF radio (AM 600, later CINW on AM 940 before its closure in 2010; and FM 106.5, now CKBE-FM at 92.5) after several failed attempts to gain a licence, beginning in 1938, and then each year after World War II. In 1960, it finally gained a licence, and began broadcasting on January 20, 1961 at 5.45pm. It was the second privately-owned English-language station in Quebec; CKMI-TV in Quebec City had signed on four years earlier. The station was originally located above the Avon Theatre. The first night on-air was fraught with problems. A power failure interrupted the opening ceremony, and later on, police raided the downstairs ballroom, with sirens blazing and a number of arrests made. The
    8.75
    4 votes
    14
    WAGT

    WAGT

    • Area Served: Augusta
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAGT is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) of East-Central Georgia and West-Central South Carolina. Licensed to Augusta, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 30 (or virtual channel 26.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Beech Island, South Carolina's Spiderweb section. The station can also be seen on Atlantic Broadband channel 2 as well as Comcast and Knology channel 8. There is a high definition feed offered on Atlantic Broadband digital channel 402, Comcast digital channel 232, and Knology digital channel 903. Owned by Schurz Communications, WAGT is operated through joint sales and shared services agreements by Media General as a sister outlet to ABC affiliate WJBF. The two stations share studios on Augusta West Parkway in the city along I-520/Bobby Jones Expressway. Syndicated programming on WAGT includes The Andy Griffith Show, Dr. Phil, The Doctors, and Judge Joe Brown among others. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: The station began operations Christmas Eve in 1968 with the call sign WATU-TV as the third television station in Augusta. Two Washington, D.C.-based men, Harold Twisdale and David
    7.40
    5 votes
    15
    WISC-TV

    WISC-TV

    • Area Served: Madison
    WISC-TV (digital channel 50 or PSIP virtual channel 3) is the CBS affiliate television station for Madison, Wisconsin. The station is the flagship of Madison-based Morgan Murphy Media, and has been affiliated with CBS since its launch on June 24, 1956. The station airs regular local and CBS programming on digital channel 3.1 and also operates TVW, a MyNetworkTV affiliate, on digital channel 3.2 (which is also carried on local cable TV and DIRECTV in the Madison market). WISC-TV first took to the airwaves on June 24, 1956, taking over Madison's CBS affiliation from WKOW-TV (which retained ABC affiliation). During the late 1950s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network. Despite being the state's second largest market, Madison was a "doughnut" where there could only be one VHF license due to being sandwiched between Milwaukee to the east, Wausau and Green Bay to the north, Chicago and Rockford to the south, and La Crosse/Eau Claire to the west. Having the market's only VHF signal gave channel 3 a distinct advantage over its UHF competitors, WKOW and WMTV. Until cable arrived in Madison in the 1980s, WISC was the only local station that provided a clear signal
    7.40
    5 votes
    16
    WXYZ-TV

    WXYZ-TV

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WXYZ-TV, channel 7, is an ABC-affiliated television station in Detroit, Michigan, USA. WXYZ-TV is owned by the E.W. Scripps Company, and is the media company's largest-market TV station property. The station's studio/office facility and transmitter are located at Broadcast House, located at 20777 West 10 Mile Road in Southfield, Michigan. Its signal transmits to the Metro Detroit area and the southeast lower Michigan counties. It also covers neighboring Windsor, Ontario and Toledo, Ohio, and can be viewed on cable and satellite systems in both the United States and Canada. WXYZ has the strongest signal outside of Metro Detroit (compared to the other VHF Detroit television stations) near Flint and Lapeer. Its signal can be reached with a good antenna in these areas. WXYZ includes Lapeer County in its service area, even though the station can be viewed in Flint. From its sign-on in 1948 until 1986, WXYZ-TV was owned and operated (O&O) by ABC, and was one of their strongest O&O stations. WXYZ-TV began broadcasting October 9, 1948, from studios in the Maccabees Building in downtown Detroit, on Woodward Avenue across from the Detroit Institute of Arts. It was the second television
    7.40
    5 votes
    17
    WRDM-CA

    WRDM-CA

    • Area Served: Hartford
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WRDM-CA is the Telemundo affiliate for the Hartford/New Haven, Connecticut market. It broadcasts on channel 50, and is a Class A station. WRDM's programming is simulcast on WDMR-LP, channel 51, in Springfield, Massachusetts. It is available on Comcast channel 13 and Cox channel 20 but not on any satellite providers. WRDM previously broadcast on channel 13; WDMR was once seen on channel 65. Both stations moved to their current channels in the mid 2000s.
    8.25
    4 votes
    18
    WLGA

    WLGA

    • Area Served: Opelika
    WLGA is a television station in Opelika, Alabama. The channel broadcasts in digital on UHF channel 47. Its studios are located in Opelika, with its transmitter located in Cusseta, Georgia. The station serves the Columbus, Georgia market in western Georgia and eastern Alabama. The station signed on for the first time on May 16, 1982 as WSWS-TV, the Columbus area's first independent station. At the outset, WSWS carried cartoons, religious shows, low budget movies, and programming from the Financial News Network. It was initially owned by Warden Broadcasting, but was acquired by the Christian Television Network (CTN) in 1984. The FNN programs were dropped by 1987, but the station did retain much of its other secular programming, in addition to CTN's programming. RCH Broadcasting bought WSWS in 1995, and affiliated the station with the upstart UPN network. It also aired programs from The WB and, later, Pax TV (now Ion Television) on a secondary basis during the mid-to-late 1990s. Pappas Telecasting bought the station outright in 1996 and upgraded programming somewhat. The station changed its call letters to WLGA on June 27, 2005. The "WSWS" calls were moved to sister station WSWS-CA,
    6.17
    6 votes
    19
    7.00
    5 votes
    20
    CBUT

    CBUT

    • Area Served: Vancouver
    CBUT-DT is the CBC Television owned-and-operated station in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and serves as the Pacific Time Zone flagship of the network. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 43 (or virtual channel 2.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Mount Seymour. Owned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, it is sister to Télévision de Radio-Canada outlet CBUFT-DT and both stations broadcast from the CBC Regional Broadcast Centre on Hamilton Street in Downtown Vancouver. This station is also available on Shaw Cable, Telus TV, Bell TV, and Shaw Direct. CBUT currently produces a number of CBC Television programs. Portions of Marketplace are produced at CBUT, as were portions of the program Hemispheres, the now-cancelled national version of Canada Now and the late-night independent film program ZeD. In addition to British Columbia, CBUT has a significant American audience in Washington state. It is available over the air in Bellingham. Nearly one million Comcast cable subscribers in the Puget Sound region can receive CBUT's programming. Comcast's Puget Sound system also began offering the digital version of CBUT, offering CBC HD programming, in 2009.
    7.00
    5 votes
    21
    KTBC

    KTBC

    • Area Served: Austin
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTBC, channel 7, is the Fox owned-and-operated television station in Austin, Texas. Studios are located in downtown Austin at the corner of 10th and Brazos Streets (a block away from the Texas State Capitol Building), and it transmits from a 338.9 meter tall tower on Mount Larson. Located separately from most other station transmitters at the nearby West Austin Antenna Farm, KTBC shares this transmitter with its former radio partner KLBJ-FM. Although KTBC's digital signal is on channel 7 over-the-air, it airs on cable channel 2 on most cable systems in Austin. KTBC signed on the air on November 27, 1952. It was originally owned by the Texas Broadcasting Company (hence the call letters) which was in turn owned by then-Senator Lyndon Johnson and his wife Lady Bird, alongside KTBC radio (AM 590, now KLBJ-AM) and FM 93.7, now KLBJ-FM). As the first television station launched in Austin and Central Texas, it carried all four major networks at the time: ABC, CBS, NBC and the now-defunct DuMont Network. KTBC was primarily a CBS affiliate until 1995, with roughly 65% of its programming being carried by the station in its early history. NBC and ABC roughly split the remaining coverage in
    9.33
    3 votes
    22
    WAZE-TV

    WAZE-TV

    • Area Served: Madisonville
    WAZE-TV was a television station in Madisonville, Kentucky, in the United States, serving the Evansville, Indiana DMA. The station, which was owned by Roberts Broadcasting (who bought it from previous owner South Central Communications in 2006), was an affiliate of the CW Television Network. It broadcasted a digital signal on channel 20 from a transmitter at Hanson, Kentucky; which redirected to former analog channel 19 via PSIP. On March 24, 2011, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) canceled WAZE's license for failure to construct its digital facilities. The station continues to broadcast via three low-powered translators: WAZE-LP channel 17, WJPS-LP channel 4 and WIKY-LP channel 5, all licensed to Evansville. They served as in-town relays of the main signal. WAZE's transmitter is located farther south than the other major Evansville stations because of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations requiring a station's transmitter to be no more than 15 miles from the city of license--in this case, Madisonville, which is 50 miles south of Evansville. As a result, the channel 19 signal provided only a grade B ("rimshot") signal to Evansville itself, and was
    9.33
    3 votes
    23
    KETC

    KETC

    • Area Served: St. Louis
    KETC is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member Public television station in St. Louis, Missouri. Owned by St. Louis Regional Public Media, the call letters KETC represent the St. Louis Educational Television Comission, the former name of the organization responsible for bringing public television to St. Louis. The station broadcasts in stereo and broadcasts a secondary audio program (SAP) channel, used for descriptive video service (DVS). The station's digital signal operates on UHF channel 39, using the station's former analog VHF channel 9 as its virtual channel via PSIP. Some of the programs produced by KETC for nationwide consumption include Inside/Out and The Letter People, instructional program about reading, which was seen on many PBS and educational television stations in mid-1970s, A Time for Champions an hour long documentary chronicling the St. Louis University soccer dynasty of the 1960s and 1970s, and Homeland and upcoming limited series examining the topic of immigration in the United States. KETC began broadcasting on September 20, 1954. Its first general manager was the well-known Shelby Storck, who also emceed the station's first evening of broadcasting. It
    8.00
    4 votes
    24
    KUBE-TV

    KUBE-TV

    • Area Served: Baytown
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KUBE-TV is a full-power, English-language independent television station serving the Houston, Texas television market. The station is licensed to Baytown, Texas and broadcasts (from the Richland Transmission Tower in Missouri City, Texas) its digital signal on UHF channel 41, displaying channel 57 to tuners via PSIP. The station is owned by New World TV Group and managed by Titan Broadcast Management. The station was founded on May 18, 1988 as KLTJ by Eldred Thomas, who had earlier built radio and television stations in Dallas. (The radio station, formerly KVTT-FM, is now KKXT; the television station, formerly KLTJ, is now KSTR-TV.) The station went on the air on analog channel 57 with studios in Pasadena and a tower in Anahuac, and aired religious programs from a variety of sources, including PTL, Christian Television Network and 3ABN. The low power and distance from Houston led to reception issues in the northern and western portions of Houston; as a result, on May 18, 1989, Thomas moved the KLTJ programming and call letters to channel 22 on a tower in Alvin. With the move of the KLTJ calls to channel 22, channel 57 became KRTW. It later changed call signs to KVVV (which was on
    8.00
    4 votes
    25
    KYTX

    KYTX

    • Area Served: Nacogdoches
    KYTX is the CBS-affiliated television station serving East Texas that is licensed to Nacogdoches. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 18 (or virtual channel 19.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter near Highway 110 in rural east-central Rusk County. Owned by London Broadcasting Company, KYTX is sister to Me-TV outlet KCEB and both stations share studios near Loop 323 in the southeastern portion of Tyler, which formerly operated as a four-screen movie theater. The station can also be seen on Suddenlink Communications and Longview Cable Television channel 11. There is a high definition feed offered on Suddenlink Communications digital channel 710 and Longview Cable Television digital channel 240. The history of CBS in East Texas traces for the first time traces back to the sign-on of the market's first television station, KTVE (channel 32) in 1953, that station shut down due to financial problems in 1955. After KLTV debuted in October 1954, it carried some CBS programming as part of a shared primary affiliation with ABC and NBC. CBS would not have a full-time affiliate in the Tyler-Longview market until 1984, when KLMG-TV signed on the air from Longview; KLMG
    8.00
    4 votes
    26
    CKXT-TV

    CKXT-TV

    • Area Served: Toronto
    CKXT-DT was a broadcast television station based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and serving much of southern and eastern Ontario, owned by Quebecor Media through its Groupe TVA unit. At the time of the station's closure on November 1, 2011, the station was serving as an over-the-air simulcast of Quebecor's cable news channel, Sun News Network (Sun News). The station transmitted on channel 52 in Toronto. CKXT began broadcasting on September 19, 2003 as a general-interest independent station branded Toronto 1 and was owned by Craig Media. Following the station's sale to Quebecor, it was rebranded as SUN TV on August 29, 2005. It then began to simulcast Sun News upon that channel's launch on April 18, 2011. Although Sun News was licensed as a Category C (optional carriage) digital specialty channel, CKXT, as a broadcast station, had mandatory cable carriage in its over-the-air service area. Hence the simulcast meant that Sun News programming was available to analog cable subscribers throughout southern and eastern Ontario. However, the station retained its own broadcast license separate from the specialty channel. The station's Ottawa transmitter was closed on August 31, 2011, while the
    6.80
    5 votes
    27
    KJZZ-TV

    KJZZ-TV

    • Area Served: Salt Lake City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KJZZ-TV, virtual channel 14, is a full-service Independent television station serving Salt Lake City, Utah, USA and surrounding areas, broadcasting in digital on UHF channel 46. The KJZZ transmitter is located on Farnsworth Peak in the Oquirrh Mountains. More than 80 translator stations relay KJZZ-TV signals to viewers throughout Utah, southwestern Wyoming, southeastern Idaho, southern and eastern Nevada, southwestern Colorado and northern Arizona. An original construction permit was granted on December 6, 1984 for a full-service television station on UHF channel 14 to serve Salt Lake City and surrounding area. The station was originally intended as an over-the-air subscription television service per its original permits, filed in 1979, but by the time the construction permit was granted, over-the-air subscription TV had largely become obsolete, and the subscription TV application had already been dismissed. For nearly two years, the station did not even have call letters, but used its application ID, 790822KE, as its callsign. In November 1986, the station took the call letters KGBS, then changed to KXIV (for the Roman numeral form of 14) in February 1988. After four replacement
    6.80
    5 votes
    28
    KPLR-TV

    KPLR-TV

    • Area Served: St. Louis
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KPLR-TV is the CW-affiliated television station in St. Louis, Missouri. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 26 (virtual channel 11.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Lemay. Owned by the Tribune Company, KPLR is operated by Local TV, LLC through a local marketing agreement, this makes it sister to Fox affiliate KTVI and two stations share studios in the northwestern St. Louis County community of Maryland Heights (though with a St. Louis city address). KPLR-TV commenced broadcasting on April 28, 1959, as the first independent station in Missouri. The station's call letters were derived from the name of its founding owner, St. Louis real-estate developer and hotelier Harold Koplar. Despite losing in his quest to build the station from the ground-up, Koplar acquired the station's license in 1958 through controversial circumstances. CBS was originally granted a construction permit by the Federal Communications Commission to build channel 11 in January 1957, prevailing over three other locally-based competitors. But eight months later CBS decided instead to purchase its existing St. Louis affiliate, KWK-TV (channel 4). As a condition of the channel 4 purchase,
    6.80
    5 votes
    29
    WZZM-TV

    WZZM-TV

    • Area Served: Grand Rapids
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WZZM is one of two ABC affiliates for West Michigan, and is licensed to serve Grand Rapids. Its transmitter is about 40 miles (64 km) north of other regional stations, and its over air signal is unavailable in the two southwestern tiers of Michigan. Since April 2009, however, WZZM has been available on most cable systems in Southwest Michigan, although WOTV is the ABC affiliate for that region. Until then, persons living in counties beyond the access of its signal relied upon television stations in the South Bend/Elkhart, Indiana or Lansing areas for the syndicated programs that WZZM offers. A local group known as West Michigan Telecasters received a construction permit for channel 9 in 1961. However, later that year the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revised the channel allocation table in the area, resulting in channel 13 moving from Cadillac to Grand Rapids. WWTV in Cadillac, then on channel 13, was required to move to channel 9 as a result of the action. WZZM-TV officially went on the air on November 1, 1962 at 6:30 p.m.. The station went off the air just twenty minutes later, due to transmitter tube failure, returning to the air ten minutes later. Sometime in late
    6.80
    5 votes
    30
    WFTV

    WFTV

    • Area Served: Orlando
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFTV, channel 9, is the ABC-affiliated television station for Central Florida that is licensed to Orlando. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 39 from a transmitter between Bithlo and Christmas. Owned by Cox Enterprises, WFTV is sister to Independent WRDQ. The two stations share studios on East South Street (SR 15) in downtown Orlando. Syndicated programming on the station includes: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, The Dr. Oz Show, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! ,The Jeff Probst Show, ,Family Feud, and Steve Harvey. WFTV's signal is multiplexed. The second digital subchannel is a 24-hour local weather and traffic channel. In early 2010, WFTV Traffic and Weather Together was rebranded as Severe Weather Center 9 Now, a 24-hour weather channel produced by WFTV. In April 2010, WFTV announced plans to add a simulcast of GenTV affiliate WAWA-LD on a third digital subchannel. However, before the subchannel could launch, WAWA's chief investor pulled out, effectively closing that station and dissolving the partnership with WFTV. The station signed on-the-air on February 1, 1958 as WLOF-TV (for We Love Orlando, Florida). It has been an ABC affiliate since its launch.
    9.00
    3 votes
    31
    KOIN

    KOIN

    • Area Served: Portland
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    KOIN, virtual channel 6.1 (branded as "KOIN Local 6"), is the CBS affiliated-television station serving the Portland metropolitan area. Its transmitter is located in Portland, Oregon, United States; it broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 40. KOIN's studios are located in the basement of the KOIN Center skyscraper on SW Columbia Street in Downtown Portland. KOIN began in 1925 as a radio station, KOIN-AM (at AM 970). It became part of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), now known as the CBS Radio Network, in 1930. During the golden years of radio, KOIN-AM was one of Portland's major radio stations, with an extensive array of local programming, including live music from its own studio orchestra. As a CBS radio affiliate, KOIN-AM was the local home for CBS radio network programs such as the CBS World News Roundup, Lux Radio Theater, and Suspense (KOIN's own history page has omissions and errors in its early days. KOIN radio signed on the air as KQP on November 9, 1925 and changed call sign to KOIN on April 12, 1926. KOIN became a CBS Radio affiliate on September 1, 1929. From: Craig Adams, radio historian). An FM station, KOIN-FM (at 101.1 FM), was added in 1948. Both
    7.75
    4 votes
    32
    WFXG

    WFXG

    • Area Served: Augusta
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFXG is the Fox-affiliated television station for the Central Savannah River Area of East-Central Georgia and West-Central South Carolina. Licensed to Augusta, Georgia, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 51 (or virtual channel 54.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Beech Island, South Carolina's Spiderweb section. The station can also be seen on Comcast and Knology channel 11. There is a high definition feed offered on Comcast digital channel 234 and Knology digital channel 905. Owned by Raycom Media, WFXG has studios on Washington Road/GA 104 in the Lamkin section of Martinez (official address is Augusta). Syndicated programming on the station includes Friends, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men and The Dr. Oz Show among others. In July 1983, nine applications for a new TV station, channel 54 are received by the FCC. Augusta 54, LP was given approval in October 1985. The station is sold to John Pezold (then owner of Columbus based Channel 54, WXTX) in 1990. The station signs on in May 1991 affiliates with Fox and makes it first broadcast. For the 1993 and 1994 season, WFXG was also affiliated with the Prime Time Entertainment Network. Retlaw
    7.75
    4 votes
    33
    WABC-TV

    WABC-TV

    • Area Served: New York City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WABC-TV is the flagship television station of the American Broadcasting Company in New York City, New York. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 7 from a transmitter atop the Empire State Building. Owned by the Disney-ABC Television Group subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, WABC maintains studios near Lincoln Square on Manhattan's Upper West Side, adjacent to ABC's corporate headquarters. WABC-TV is best known in broadcasting circles for its highly successful version of the Eyewitness News format and for its morning show Live! with Kelly and Michael, syndicated nationally by corporate cousin Disney-ABC Domestic Television. The station signed on August 10, 1948 as WJZ-TV, the first of three television stations signed on by ABC during that same year, with WENR-TV (now WLS-TV) in Chicago and WXYZ-TV in Detroit being the other two. Channel 7's call letters came from its then-sister radio station, WJZ (770 AM, now WABC). In its early years, WJZ-TV was programmed much like an independent station, as the ABC television network was still, for the most part, in its very early stages of development; the ABC-owned stations did air some common programming during
    7.50
    4 votes
    34
    WMGM-TV

    WMGM-TV

    • Area Served: Wildwood
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WMGM-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for South Jersey that is licensed to Wildwood. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 36 from a transmitter along Avalon Boulevard in the Swainton section of Middle Township, east of the Garden State Parkway off Exit 13. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 4 and in high definition on digital channel 791. Owned by Access.1 Communications, WMGM has studios on New Road (U.S. 9) in Linwood. Syndicated programming on the channel includes: Entertainment Tonight, The Insider, Judge Judy, Judge Joe Brown and The Doctors, all produced by CBS Television Distribution. Officially, WMGM is considered a Philadelphia market station. For other network programming besides NBC, channels from that city cover the area. This station's affiliation creates a rare situation where there are two affiliates of the same network in the same area (with NBC O&O WCAU being the other) which means cable systems must carry both stations. WMGM is the only NBC affiliate based in the state although WNBC in New York City covers Northern New Jersey and WCAU in Philadelphia covers Southern New Jersey. The station began broadcasting on
    7.50
    4 votes
    35
    WTVJ

    WTVJ

    • Area Served: Miami
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WTVJ, virtual channel 6 (physical 31), is an owned-and-operated television station of the NBC television network, licensed to Miami, Florida, USA. WTVJ shares its studio and office facility with co-owned Telemundo station WSCV (channel 51) in Miramar, Florida, and its transmitter is located near Sun Life Stadium in north Miami-Dade County. WTVJ went on the air at noon on March 21, 1949. It was Florida's first television station and the 16th in the country. Originally broadcasting on channel 4, WTVJ was owned by Wometco Enterprises, a national movie theater chain headquartered in Miami. The original studios were located in the former Capitol Theater in Downtown Miami, which was Wometco's first theater when the company was founded in 1926. The station carried programming from all four major networks of that era (ABC, NBC, CBS, and DuMont), but was a primary CBS affiliate. During the late 1950s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network. WTVJ was the only commercial station in Miami until December 24, 1954, when WFTL-TV (channel 23) signed on from Fort Lauderdale as an NBC affiliate. However, WFTL had no success whatsoever against WTVJ, in part because
    7.50
    4 votes
    36
    KING-TV

    KING-TV

    • Area Served: Seattle
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KING-TV, virtual channel 5, is a television station in Seattle, Washington, affiliated with the NBC network. Owned by Belo Corp., it broadcasts on UHF digital channel 48. Its offices and broadcasting center are located just east of Seattle Center. The station's transmitter is located in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. The station is operated in a duopoly with independent station KONG-TV, which features syndicated programs and news programming some produced by KING-TV; KONG is available on UHF channel 16, but on most Seattle cable systems is given the Channel 6 channel slot to compliment KING-TV. KING-TV carries Live Well Network on digital subchannel 5.2, which is also available on digital cable in northwestern Washington State. It is one of five local Seattle TV stations seen in Canada on the Bell TV and Shaw Direct satellite providers. KING is carried on several cable systems in south-eastern Alaska and Northwestern Oregon. Syndicated programs broadcast on KING-TV include Dr. Phil, Anderson, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Inside Edition. Digital channels On December 6, 2011, Belo announced it signed affiliation agreements with KING-TV and Spokane sister station KSKN to add
    8.67
    3 votes
    37
    KSAN-TV

    KSAN-TV

    • Area Served: San Angelo
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSAN-TV, virtual channel 3, is the NBC-affiliated television station for the San Angelo, Texas television market. KSAN is owned by Mission Broadcasting; through a Local Sales Agreement, the station is operated by CBS affiliate KLST, which is owned and operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group. It is broadcast on digital channel 16, which remaps to former analog channel 3 via PSIP. The station signed on February 8, 1962 as KACB-TV, a satellite of Abilene's KRBC-TV. Originally owned by the Ackers family, the stations were sold to Sunrise Television in 1998. Sunrise relaunched KACB as the third full-fledged station in the San Angelo market, with its own news department, local advertising and programming line-up, on October 1. In 2002, Sunrise merged with LIN TV; the following year, LIN turned around and sold KACB and KRBC to Mission Broadcasting. On October 1, Mission renamed the station KSAN-TV. To this day, both KSAN and KRBC, though now separate stations, remain under the same ownership (Mission Broadcasting). The KSAN-TV call letters were originally assigned to an early UHF station operating on channel 32 in San Francisco, California, which first began operations in 1954, but had a
    8.67
    3 votes
    38
    KPIX-TV

    KPIX-TV

    • Area Served: San Francisco
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KPIX-TV (virtual channel 5) is the CBS owned and operated television station in San Francisco, California. Through its parent company CBS Corporation, KPIX is co-owned with The CW affiliate KBCW-TV (Channel 44). The station has studios located just north of San Francisco's Financial District (one block away from KGO-TV), and transmits from the Sutro Tower and its signal covers the San Francisco Bay Area. Known on the air as CBS 5 Bay Area, KPIX is home to one of the higher rated newscasts among CBS-owned stations. On January 28, 2008, KPIX started to broadcast local news in HD, becoming the third station in the Bay area to do so, after KGO-TV and KTVU. KPIX was also one of two Group W stations that became a CBS O&O, but had already been affiliated with CBS, the other being KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh. In addition to KBCW, KPIX shares its studios with its CBS Radio partners: KCBS, KFRC-FM, KITS, KLLC, KMVQ-FM and KZDG, although they use a different address number for Battery Street (865 as opposed to 855). In the few areas of the western United States where viewers cannot receive CBS programs over-the-air, KPIX is available to Dish Network customers as part of All American Direct's
    10.00
    2 votes
    39
    WXIX-TV

    WXIX-TV

    • Area Served: Newport
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WXIX-TV, channel 19, is the Fox-affiliated television station in Cincinnati, Ohio. Licensed to Newport, Kentucky, across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, WXIX is owned by Raycom Media. The station maintains studios on Seventh Street in downtown Cincinnati, and its transmitter is located in the South Fairmount neighborhood of northwestern Cincinnati. WXIX-TV began operation as an independent station on August 1, 1968 and was founded by U.S. Communications Corporation, which also owned UHF independent stations in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and San Francisco. WXIX-TV was the first new commercial station in the market since 1949, and the second UHF station in the area (behind PBS member WCET). The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had allocated one full-power, commercial UHF station to Cincinnati—channel 65 (later 64). However, when U.S. Communications found out that the FCC had dropped in a channel 19 allocation across the river in Newport, it sought a license for that allocation in order to provide more signal at less cost. While WXIX was running test transmissions before its inaugural broadcast, the station intermittently aired "mini-shows" featuring The Larry Smith
    10.00
    2 votes
    40
    WYFX-LP

    WYFX-LP

    • Area Served: Youngstown
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WYFX-LD is the Fox-affiliated television station for the Mahoning Valley of Northeastern Ohio and Northwestern Pennsylvania. Licensed to Youngstown, Ohio, it broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 19 from a transmitter near the city's Pleasant Grove section. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 10 and in high definition on digital channel 1010. Owned by New Vision Television, WYFX is sister to CBS affiliate WKBN-TV and ABC affiliate WYTV. The latter, however, is actually owned by PBC Broadcasting and operated by New Vision through a shared services agreement (SSA). All three outlets share studios on Sunset Boulevard near Youngstown's Pleasant Grove section. Syndicated programming on this station includes Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Swift Justice with Jackie Glass, and Divorce Court among others. WYFX-LP, along with repeater WFXI-LP (channel 17) in Mercer, Pennsylvania, were launched in 1998 as the area's first full-time Fox affiliates. (WFXI-LP shared its call letters with the Fox affiliate in Morehead City, North Carolina; both stations were owned by Piedmont Television until 2007, but were otherwise unrelated.) Previously,
    10.00
    2 votes
    41
    WPXI

    WPXI

    • Area Served: Pittsburgh
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPXI, channel 11, is an NBC-affiliated television station located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. WPXI is owned by Cox Enterprises, and has its offices and studios in the Summer Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and transmitter located on Pittsburgh's North Side. On September 1, 1957, Pittsburgh's second commercial VHF station signed on as WIIC. The station's license and construction permit were originally issued by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in June 1955 to WIIC Incorporated -- a joint venture of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, which owned WWSW radio (970 AM, now WBGG), and Pittsburgh Radio Supply House, the then-owners of WJAS radio (1320 AM). Both radio stations had competed individually for the license grant along with other applicants. CBS, which was looking to gain its own full-time affiliate in the market, signed an contract with the then-unnamed channel 11 shortly thereafter. Channel 11, however, did not sign on for well over two years after its license was granted. The primary reason for the delay was on the part of WENS-TV (channel 16, now WINP-TV), whose application for the license had been denied and later contested the FCC's original decision. In the
    6.40
    5 votes
    42
    KHBS

    KHBS

    • Area Served: Fort Smith
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KHBS is the ABC-affiliated television station in Fort Smith, Arkansas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (virtual channel 40.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located northwest of Poteau, Oklahoma. Owned by Hearst Television, the station's brand name, "40/29", comes from both KHBS and its Fayetteville-based satellite station KHOG, which covers other areas of northwest Arkansas and far southwestern Missouri that are not covered by the primary KHBS signal. KHOG broadcasts on UHF digital channel 15 (virtual channel 29.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located southeast of Fayetteville. Both stations have primary studios on Ajax Avenue in Rogers and also operate a news bureau on North Albert Pike in Fort Smith. Syndicated programming on KHBS/KHOG includes Live with Kelly, The Dr. Oz Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Jeff Probst Show, and Katie. Channel 40 began as KFPW-TV on July 28, 1971. It was owned by local businessman Bob Hernreich along with KFPW radio (1230 AM). The station was a primary CBS affiliate with a secondary ABC affiliation. It took the CBS affiliation from KFSA-TV (channel 5, now KFSM-TV). KFPW-TV found the going difficult against channel 5
    7.25
    4 votes
    43
    WLAJ-DT2

    WLAJ-DT2

    • Area Served: Lansing
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLAJ-DT2 is the CW-affiliated television station for Lansing, Michigan. It is part of The CW Plus. The station is a second digital subchannel of ABC affiliate WLAJ that is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. Over-the-air, WLAJ-DT2 broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 53.2 from a transmitter northeast of Tompkins Township on the Jackson and Ingham County line. it can also be seen on Comcast channel 5 (hence the Lansing CW 5 branding). WLAJ-DT2's parent station has studios on South Pennsylvania Avenue in Lansing. However, master control and some internal operations are located at the facilities of CBS affiliate WWMT on West Maple Street in Kalamazoo. From 1998 until September 18, 2006, WLAJ-DT2 was affiliated with The WB as part of The WB 100+. It was only available on Comcast channel 30, had its own logo, and used the WBL call sign in a fictional manner. On January 24, 2006, The WB and UPN announced that they would end broadcasting and merge. The new combined network would be called The CW. The letters would represent the first initial of its corporate parents, CBS (the parent company of UPN) and the Warner Bros. unit of Time Warner. On February 22, News Corporation
    7.25
    4 votes
    44
    WUTR

    WUTR

    • Area Served: Utica
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WUTR is the ABC-affiliated television station for Central Upstate New York's Mohawk Valley. Licensed to Utica, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 30 (virtual channel 20.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter at its studios on Smith Hill Road in Deerfield (official address is Utica). The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 7 and in high definition on digital channel 889. Owned by Mission Broadcasting, WUTR is operated through local marketing and joint sales agreements by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group. This makes it sister to Fox affiliate WFXV and low-powered MyNetworkTV affiliate WPNY-LP (all three share facilities together on Smith Hill Road). Syndicated programming on WUTR includes How I Met Your Mother, The Insider, Entertainment Tonight, and Inside Edition among others. WPNY does not currently air a digital signal of its own due to low-powered status. Therefore, one is provided in standard definition on a second digital subchannel of WUTR. WUTR signed on for the first time on February 28, 1970, as the second television station in the market. Owned by Roy H. Park Communications at the outset, the station originally sought affiliation with
    7.25
    4 votes
    45
    KCWI-TV

    KCWI-TV

    • Area Served: Ames
    KCWI-TV is a television station that broadcasts on channel 23 in the Des Moines, Iowa, area. It is The CW affiliate for central Iowa. KCWI is licensed to Ames, but its studios are located in Downtown Des Moines while its transmitter is near Alleman. Syndicated programs on KCWI include Friends, Family Guy, King of Queens, and Scrubs. Because it was granted an original construction permit after the Federal Communications Commission finalized the DTV allotment plan on April 21, 1997 , the station did not receive a companion channel for a digital television station. Instead, on or before June 12, 2009, which was the final day of the digital TV conversion period for full-service stations, KCWI-TV was required to turn off its analog signal and turn on its digital signal (called a "flash-cut"). Due to this abnormality, KCWI's digital signal is carried as a subchannel of KDMI. KCWI signed on the air January 20, 2001, as a primary WB network/secondary UPN affiliate under the call sign KPWB-TV (The KPWB call letters were originally used on channel 31 in Sacramento from 1995-1998 as a WB affiliate and a Pappas owned station, later becoming UPN O&O KMAX-TV, which also joined The CW). KPWB
    8.33
    3 votes
    46
    KEYU

    KEYU

    • Area Served: Borger
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KEYU, known locally as Univisión Amarillo or Univisión 41, is a Spanish-language television station in Borger, Texas, serving the Amarillo market on digital channel 31 as an affiliate of Univision, and on analog low-power station KEYU-LP channel 41. Founded February 6, 1998, the station is owned by Drewry Communications Group along with KFDA-TV, KTMO-LP, KAMT-LP, and KZBZ-LP. Univisión Amarillo can also be seen in Amarillo, Texas on KEAT-LP channel 22, and locally on Suddenlink Cable channel 2 where actual TV station KACV-TV on channel 3. At one point, KEYU aired local newscasts; they were produced out of Little Rock, Arkansas, with reports produced in Amarillo. The newscasts were canceled in June 2008, after then-owner Equity Media Holdings, which was suffering from financial problems, instituted a companywide suspension of news programs. On June 25, 2008, Equity disclosed that it was selling KEYU to Luken Communications, LLC. According to the Retro Television Network website, KEYU had at one point planned to add an RTN affiliate on DT3 sometime in the future. However, after Equity filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in December 2008, Luken began to distance itself from Equity; its
    8.33
    3 votes
    47
    WMAQ-TV

    WMAQ-TV

    • Area Served: Chicago
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WMAQ-TV is the NBC owned-and-operated television station in Chicago, Illinois. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 29 (virtual channel 5.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop the Willis Tower. Owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations subsidiary of NBCUniversal, WMAQ-TV is sister to Telemundo outlet WSNS-TV and regional sports network Comcast SportsNet Chicago. It maintains primary studios and business offices at the NBC Tower in the Streeterville neighborhood, and operates an auxiliary street-level studio primarily used for its local newscasts on the Magnificent Mile. Syndicated programming on WMAQ-TV includes Access Hollywood, Ellen, and Extra, among others. The station signed on October 8, 1948, as WNBQ, the last of Chicago's four commercial VHF stations to launch. WNBQ is also the third of the five original NBC owned-and-operated stations to begin operations, after New York City and Washington and before Cleveland and Los Angeles. Eight years later, it became the first station in the world to broadcast all of its programs in color. Though NBC had long owned WMAQ radio (670 AM, frequency now occupied by WSCR), it did not change the TV station's call
    8.33
    3 votes
    48
    KDFI

    KDFI

    • Area Served: Dallas
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KDFI-TV, virtual channel 27, is a MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated station serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The station is licensed to Dallas and owned by Fox Television Stations, a division of the News Corporation, and is a sister station to Fox network outlet KDFW (channel 4). Its transmitter is located in Cedar Hill. KDFI-TV is on channel 7 on most cable systems in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Channel 27 initially was granted a license as KLIF-TV in 1967 with a construction permit issued in 1968. However the station never formally signed on and by 1972 the license was deleted. Later in 1981, the station signed on under ownership by Liberty Television as KTWS-TV with religious shows, public-affairs shows, and ABC, NBC, and CBS shows that were preempted by WFAA, KXAS, and KDFW-TV respectively. Channel 27 aired some limited local news, anchored by former WFAA anchor Bob Gooding. The station also broadcast public domain movies during the day. At night, the station ran the Preview, then later VEU, subscription TV services. In August 1984, the station's call sign changed to the present KDFI-TV. In 1985, KDFI became a general entertainment station for the entire broadcast day. It
    9.50
    2 votes
    49
    KYAZ

    KYAZ

    • Area Served: Katy
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KYAZ, virtual channel 51 (digital channel 47), is the Azteca América affiliate television channel serving the Houston metropolitan area. It is owned by Una Vez Más Holdings, LLC. The station's studios are located at One Arena Place and its transmitter is just outside of the Houston city limits in Missouri City, TX. Main KYAZ programming is available on cable and satellite providers serving the Houston area; Comcast subscribers can view through channel 2, and channel 51 for customers of all other providers (incl. AT&T U-verse, DirecTV, and Dish Network). The station's digital signal is multiplexed: KYAZ broadcasts on digital channel 47. KNWS-TV (former callsign of KYAZ) ended programming on its analog signal, then on UHF channel 51, on June 12, 2009 as part of the DTV transition in the United States. Its digital signal then moved from channel 52 (which was removed from the television bandplan) to channel 47. The station began broadcasting on November 3, 1993 as KNWS-TV, a 24-hour all-news station owned by Johnson Broadcasting. The all-news format featured special segments, and pre-recorded newscasts looped then updated throughout the day. Throughout 1995 the station simulcast live
    9.50
    2 votes
    50
    WLNE-TV

    WLNE-TV

    • Area Served: New Bedford
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLNE-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station for Rhode Island and the South Coast of Massachusetts. It is licensed to New Bedford, Massachusetts, but is headquartered in and operates from studios at 10 Orms Street in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. It is one of two major Rhode Island stations (the other being CW affiliate WLWC) licensed to the Massachusetts side of the market. WLNE broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 49 from a transmitter in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, WLNE is owned by Bronxville, New York-based Citadel Communications, who acquired the station in 2011 as a result of the bankruptcy of its previous owners, Global Broadcasting. Citadel Communications is unrelated to former radio giant Citadel Broadcasting, which owned several stations in the Providence market, including 630 WPRO. The station began broadcasting on January 1, 1963 as WTEV from studios on 430 County Street in New Bedford. It operated an analog signal on VHF channel 6 from a transmitter in Tiverton. ABC had a curious history in Rhode Island prior to WTEV's sign-on. In the earliest years of television in Providence, all three networks were shoehorned on primary NBC affiliate
    9.50
    2 votes
    51
    KLAS-TV

    KLAS-TV

    • Area Served: Las Vegas
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KLAS-TV, virtual channel 8 (digital channel 7), is the CBS-affiliated television station serving the Las Vegas, Nevada market; it is owned and operated by Landmark Media Enterprises. The station's studios are located at 3228 Channel 8 Drive near the northern portion of The Strip, and its transmitter is located on Mount Arden in Henderson. KLAS was the first TV station in Nevada (beating KOLO-TV in Reno by two months and five days) and was started by Hank Greenspun on July 8, 1953. Greenspun also owned the Las Vegas Sun. Greenspun sold it to aviation magnate Howard Hughes in 1968, reportedly because the tycoon was dismayed that the station never played his favorite late-night movies. After Hughes' death in 1976, the station was held in an outside trust for another two years until 1978 when it was sold to its current owner, Landmark Communications. Landmark Communications renamed itself to Landmark Media Enterprises in September 2008. On April 16, 1996, KLAS-TV became the first commercial station in Nevada (and one of the first in the United States) to carry a digital broadcast signal. This was for the National Association of Broadcasters annual convention. A little more than four
    5.33
    6 votes
    52
    KOFY

    KOFY

    • Area Served: San Francisco
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KOFY-TV is an independent television station in San Francisco, California, broadcasting in digital on UHF channel 19. KOFY's virtual channel remains channel 20. The station is owned by Granite Broadcasting and offers a schedule of first-run talk shows, court shows, off-network sitcoms, reality shows, and movies. The station's transmitter is located atop the Sutro Tower in San Francisco, and a translator, K29DF, broadcasts KOFY in Ukiah and Mendocino County. The station has been an independent station for most of its existence, although it was the Bay Area's WB Network affiliate during that network's existence (1995–2006). On July 1, 2007, KBWB launched a new digital subchannel on channel 20.4 featuring Azteca América, currently broadcasting on KOFY-DT4. This digital service replaced KTNC-TV, which switched to a Spanish-language independent station on that date. On July 28, 2011, High Plains Broadcasting announced plans to sell Santa Rosa-based KFTY to Una Vez Más Holdings, LLC, with the intent to affiliate that station with Azteca América. On September 29, 2011, KFTY's affiliation with Me-TV was discontinued and became KEMO-TV, adopting the callsign once used by KOFY-TV. KEMO-TV
    7.00
    4 votes
    53
    WRNN-TV

    WRNN-TV

    • Area Served: Kingston
    WRNN-TV is an independent television station licensed to Kingston, New York, USA. Broadcasting on channel 48, WRNN broadcasts a schedule of mainly infomercials and home-shopping programming. The station's studios are located in Rye Brook, New York, and its transmitter is based on Beacon Mountain, near Beacon, New York. The station first went on the air December 15, 1985, on analog channel 62 as WTZA. The new independent station served the middle Hudson Valley region of New York State, primarily made up of the cities of Kingston, Poughkeepsie and Newburgh, and their surrounding areas. However, by virtue of the outer range of its signal, WTZA also served the Capital District area and the northern suburbs of New York City. The call letters designated the coverage area, and also served as the station's slogan – From the Tappan Zee to Albany. The upper Hudson Valley area is one of the largest in the country to lack its own television stations, this due to its proximity to both the New York and Albany-Schenectady-Troy television markets. Founded by WTZA Associates, a group led by Albany-area businessman Edward Swyer, WTZA was programmed as a traditional independent station, with movies,
    7.00
    4 votes
    54
    WSVN

    WSVN

    • Area Served: Miami
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WSVN is the Fox-affiliated television station in Miami, Florida. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 7 from a transmitter in Andover. Owned by Sunbeam Television, WSVN maintains studios in North Bay Village. Its signal is relayed on WKIZ-LP (channel 49) in Key West (the callsign being a play on the Florida Keys, since the translator serves Key West). Syndicated programming seen on the station includes Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Matlock, The Wendy Williams Show, Justice for All with Judge Cristina Pérez, Inside Edition and Law & Order. The station began broadcasting on July 29, 1956. It had the call letters WCKT and was a NBC affiliate owned by Biscayne Television Corporation. The station was a partnership of the Cox and Knight publishing families who owned Miami's two major newspapers: the Miami News and Miami Herald, respectively. The same partnership also owned WCKR radio (610 AM, now WIOD; and 97.3 FM, now WFLC). Before WCKT signed on, NBC had been carried on WFTL-TV (channel 23) in Fort Lauderdale (later known as WGBS-TV after it had been acquired by Storer Broadcasting) along with some DuMont programming. However, WFTL struggled because
    7.00
    4 votes
    55
    KNLC

    KNLC

    • Area Served: St. Louis
    • Distributor: KNLC
    • Content: KNLC, Inc
    KNLC (virtual channel 24.1, digital channel 14) is a religious television station in St. Louis, Missouri. Owned and operated by the New Life Evangelistic Center, the call letters KNLC reflect New Life Evangelistic Center. On February 4, 2009, KNLC added its first subchannel on 24.2, Renewable Energy Satellite (RES), which has programming featuring various renewable energy methods. The subchannel is operated by Missouri Renewable Energy (MORE), a non-profit group associated with the New Life Evangelistic Center. KNLC shut down its analog signal on January 19, 2009, so KMOV can put up its permanent digital signal on channel 24, as its current one (channel 56) has been removed from broadcasting purposes, and continued to broadcast on its pre-transition digital channel 14. Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display its virtual channel as 24. Because of these conversion arrangements, KNLC partnered with KMOV to raise funds to purchase digital converter boxes for low-income viewers. The Reverend Larry Rice, founder of the New Life Evangelistic Center, can frequently be seen on KNLC giving sermons. The station began operation in 1982 with a wall to wall religious format
    6.00
    5 votes
    56
    Arkansas Educational Television Network

    Arkansas Educational Television Network

    • Area Served: Arkansas
    Arkansas Educational Television Network (or AETN) is a state network of simulcast non-commercial educational public television station covering the state of Arkansas. Affiliated with Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), the state network is operated by the Arkansas Educational Television Commission, an agency of the Arkansas state government that holds the broadcast licenses for all the AETN Transmitters in the state. Located adjacent the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AETN broadcasts from the R. Lee Reaves Center for Educational Telecommunications via AETN's thirteen-site microwave interconnection relay system around the state, which cover most of Arkansas, as well as parts of all surrounding states. Approximately two-thirds of AETN's funding comes from state tax dollars to support the broadcast infrastructure and all services that are provided for educators and schools. More than ten-percent comes from the Federal government as a partial match of what is raised locally. Almost twenty-percent comes from voluntary contributions from individual viewers and businesses. AETN was created as the Arkansas Educational Television Commission in 1961, following a two-year
    8.00
    3 votes
    57
    KCTV

    KCTV

    • Area Served: Kansas City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KCTV is the CBS-affiliated television station serving Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 24 (virtual channel 5.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on East 31st Street in Kansas City, Missouri's Union Hill section (adjacent to the studios of PBS member station KCPT). Owned by Meredith Corporation, KCTV is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KSMO-TV (channel 62) and the two outlets share studios on Shawnee Mission Parkway (U.S. 56 / U.S. 169) in Fairway, Kansas. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable and SureWest channel 3, and AT&T U-verse channel 5. There is a high definition feed provided on SureWest digital channel 620, Time Warner Cable digital channel 1003 and AT&T U-verse channel 1005. Syndicated programming on the station includes Inside Edition, Without a Trace, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds and Scrubs. As the Saint Joseph market does not have an CBS affiliate of its own, KCTV serves as a default affiliate for the area as its transmitter provides a city-grade signal in St. Joseph proper, and it is available on cable and satellite in the area. The station debuted on September
    8.00
    3 votes
    58
    KLRA-LP

    KLRA-LP

    • Area Served: Little Rock
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KLRA-LP, channel 58 (also known as Univision 58 or Univision Arkansas), is the Univision-affiliated television station in Little Rock, Arkansas; the station is owned by Pinnacle Media. Its programming is relayed on two low-power stations in northwestern Arkansas: KWNL-CD in Winslow and KXUN-LP in Fayetteville. Digital channels KLRA signed on in 2001 under ownership of Equity Broadcasting as a simulcast of KUOK in Oklahoma City, as Univision Arkansas-Oklahoma. In March 2005, KLRA and KUOK began airing their own programming feeds, with KLRA becoming Univision Arkansas. After failing to find a buyer at a bankruptcy auction, KLRA was sold to Pinnacle Media in August 2009 (after having initially been included in Silver Point Finance's acquisition on June 2 of several Equity stations), with Pinnacle assuming control under a local marketing agreement on August 5. Until 2008, KLRA-LP had aired a daily half-hour Spanish-language regional newscast Noticias Univision Arkansas (Univision Arkansas News) airing on Monday through Friday nights at 5 and 10 p.m., produced and broadcast out of Equity Broadcasting's headquarters in Little Rock. The newscasts were also simulcast on now-former sister
    8.00
    3 votes
    59
    KTLA

    KTLA

    • Area Served: Los Angeles
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTLA is the CW-affiliated television station in Los Angeles, California. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 31 (virtual channel 5.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Mount Wilson. Owned by Tribune Company (this arrangement places the station under the same ownership as the Los Angeles Times), KTLA maintains offices at the Sunset Bronson Studios on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes Maury, and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire KTLA was the first commercially licensed television station in the western United States, having begun operations in 1947. The station is also available via cable television in the southwestern United States as a regional superstation, and is distributed nationally on the Dish Network satellite service throughout the United States and on cable and satellite throughout Canada. Originally owned by Paramount Pictures subsidiary Television Productions, Inc., and located on the Paramount Studios lot, the station was licensed by the Federal Communications Commission in 1939 as experimental station W6XYZ, on channel 4, but did not go on the air until September 1942. Klaus Landsberg, already
    8.00
    3 votes
    60
    WGNT

    WGNT

    • Area Served: Portsmouth
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WGNT, channel 27 (digital 50), is a television station licensed to Portsmouth, Virginia, USA. WGNT is the CW Television Network affiliate for the Hampton Roads (Portsmouth-Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News) television market and is owned by Local TV, which also operates WTKR (channel 3), Hampton Roads' CBS affiliate. WGNT's studios are co-located with WTKR in downtown Norfolk, and its transmitter is located in Suffolk, Virginia. WGNT is one of the oldest surviving UHF licenses in the country. It first appeared on December 6, 1953 as WTOV-TV, a commercial independent owned by Commonwealth Broadcasting. It was the third television station in the Hampton Roads area, and the second on UHF (WVEC-TV signed on over channel 15 three months earlier). WTOV later became an affiliate of the DuMont network. Channel 27 was on the air for limited hours, and had very limited viewership because it was impossible at the time to watch UHF stations without buying a converter. Even with a converter, WTOV's picture wasn't very clear. As such, it was never a factor in the Hampton Roads market. The death knell for channel 27 sounded in late 1955, when Tidewater Teleradio, owners of WAVY radio (1350 AM,
    8.00
    3 votes
    61
    WICD

    WICD

    • Area Served: Champaign
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WICD is the ABC-affiliated television station for Champaign and Urbana, Illinois. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 41 from a transmitter west of Fairmount along the Vermilion and Champaign County line. The station can also be seen on Mediacom channel 5 and Comcast channel 8. There is a high definition signal offered on Mediacom digital channel and Comcast digital channel 908. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, WICD has studios on South Country Fair Drive in Champaign. Syndicated programming on the station includes: Entertainment Tonight, Judge Judy, Dr. Phil, and Live with Regis and Kelly. In March 2011, WICD added music video channel TheCoolTV to subchannel 15.2. The Cool TV is available on local cable on Comcast digital channel 807. Although identifying as a separate station in its own right, WICD is considered a semi-satellite of sister station WICS in Springfield. It simulcasts that station's network and syndicated programming but airs separate commercials, identifications, and weekday local newscasts. Although WICD maintains its own studios, master control and some internal operations are based at WICS' facilities on East Cook Street in
    8.00
    3 votes
    62
    XEFE-TV

    XEFE-TV

    • Area Served: Nuevo Laredo
    XEFE is the television call sign for the Televisa local television station in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. The channel can also be seen in the Laredo, Texas market. In addition to local news and programming, XEFE also airs a selection of programming from Televisa's FOROtv, Canal 5 and Galavisión networks. XEFE slogan is Tu Canal Familiar (Your Family Channel). XEFE is the only full-power station in the Laredo – Nuevo Laredo area not to broadcast digitally. XEFE first went on the air on October 1, 1962 making it the first television station in Nuevo Laredo and second in the Laredo – Nuevo Laredo area after KGNS which first went on the air in January 7, 1956. XEFE broadcasts from 6 AM to 12:30 AM. Programming on weekdays originates from FOROtv during morning hours, Canal 5 afternoons, and Galavisión during the evening. On Saturdays, the station broadcasts a mix of local and Canal 5 programming. On Sundays XEFE broadcasts movies from Canal 5 all day.
    8.00
    3 votes
    63
    CIVI-TV

    CIVI-TV

    • Area Served: Victoria
    CIVI-DT (branded on-air as CTV Two Vancouver Island) is an owned-and-operated station of the CTV Two television system in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 23 from a transmitter atop Mount Seymour. Owned by Bell Media, it is sister to Vancouver-based CTV owned-and-operated station CIVT-DT and its studios are located on Superior and Government Streets in Victoria. This station can also be seen on Shaw Cable channel 12 and in high definition on digital channel 212. At the end of the 1990s, CHUM Limited only owned over-the-air television stations in Ontario. Similarly, Craig Media only had stations in the Canadian Prairies. Both companies looked to expand their national presence, and both submitted a bid when the CRTC issued a call for applications for a new TV licence in Victoria. CHUM was awarded the licence in 2000, and CIVI was launched on October 4, 2001 as CHUM's first original station to be part of the NewNet system. Known on the air as The New VI, the station started off with much pomp and circumstance. It boasted a large lineup of personalities, including former British Columbia New Democratic Party cabinet
    6.75
    4 votes
    64
    KXLY-TV

    KXLY-TV

    • Area Served: Spokane
    KXLY-TV, virtual channel 4 (digital channel 13), is the ABC-affiliated television station in Spokane, Washington. KXLY-TV is owned by Spokane Television Group, a subsidiary of Morgan Murphy Media; it is one of five local Spokane area television stations available in Canada via satellite provider Shaw Direct. KXLY is operated in a duopoly with KXMN-LD, which was launched on September 5, 2006 as Spokane's Me-TV affiliate. On cable, the station is available in standard definition on channel 4 on Comcast in the Spokane area and on Time Warner Cable in the Coeur d'Alene area; it is also available in high definition on Comcast digital channel 104 in Spokane and Time Warner Cable digital channel 704 in Coeur d'Alene and the Palouse. On satellite, it is available on channel 4 in both standard definition and high-definition on Dish Network and DirecTV. Although KHQ and KXLY were both granted authorization by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to build television stations on July 11, 1952, KXLY was second to sign on, going on the air with broadcast tests on January 16, 1953, with regular programming beginning on February 22. KXLY had initially hoped to have its television station on
    6.75
    4 votes
    65
    KYW-TV

    KYW-TV

    • Area Served: Philadelphia
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KYW-TV, virtual channel 3, is an owned and operated television station of the CBS Television Network, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. KYW-TV shares a studio facility with its sister station, CW flagship WPSG (channel 57) just north of Center City Philadelphia. The station's transmitter is located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. The channel 3 facility in Philadelphia is one of the world's oldest television stations. It began in 1932 as W3XE, an experimental station owned by the Philco Corporation, a local company known for manufacturing early radio and television sets. Philco engineers created much of the station's equipment, including cameras. In 1941, it began sharing programs with W2XBS (later WNBT and now WNBC-TV) in New York City, becoming NBC's second television affiliate, and creating a link between the station and the network that would last for 54 years. On July 1, 1941, W3XE received a commercial license—the third in the United States, and the first outside New York City—as WPTZ. The station signed on for the first time on September 1. The station originally broadcast from a tower in the Philadelphia suburb of Wyndmoor. It significantly cut back
    6.75
    4 votes
    66
    WCGV-TV

    WCGV-TV

    • Area Served: Milwaukee
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WCGV-TV, digital channel 25 (virtual channel 24.1), is a television station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, affiliated with MyNetworkTV Its signal covers most of southeastern Wisconsin, including the cities of Racine, Kenosha, Sheboygan and Waukesha. The station is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group as part of a duopoly in Milwaukee with WVTV, and the station's transmitter site is on Milwaukee's northwest side, co-located with WVTV on the Milwaukee Public Television broadcast tower. WCGV signed on the air on March 24, 1980. It was owned by B&F Broadcasting. At the time, it ran religious programs, old movies, cartoons, and drama shows during the day, along with daytime CBS and NBC programs which WITI and WTMJ passed on airing, such as the 1983 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour. It also produced a local two-hour talk program called Tempo 24, which aired in the afternoon from 1980 to 1981. At night, the station ran programming from SelecTV, a subscription television provider running first-run films requiring a decoder box and payment to SelecTV to view. Friday evenings consisted of adult programming from the Playboy Channel outside of FCC safe harbor hours. WCGV dropped SelecTV in
    6.75
    4 votes
    67
    WMJF-LP

    WMJF-LP

    • Area Served: Towson
    WMJF-LP is low powered terrestrial Student television station broadcasting on channel 16 UHF in the Baltimore, Maryland area. Although it bears the legal -LP suffix in its call letters, it is a Class A television station, a slight upgrade from low-power status. The station is owned and operated by Towson University. It became the last station in Baltimore to sign on, when it did in 1991. In the mid-1990s the station served as the local affiliate for The WB, until its move to WNUV in January 1998. After a brief stint as an America One affiliate, WMJF flipped to MTV2 in 2004. WMJF is also a CNN student bureau and is one of only two in the country. WMJF-produced programming is generally seen weekday evenings from 5PM to 6PM, and Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights from 9PM to 12 Midnight. Syndicated shows are seen weekdays from 5PM to 7:30PM, with the actual times pending on student-produced programs scheduled; syndicated programming includes a National Lampoon hour block of programming three times a week, and federally-mandated Educational / Informational (E/I) programming for children. All other times are filled with MTV2 programming, especially on weekends and student
    6.75
    4 votes
    68
    WVII-TV

    WVII-TV

    • Area Served: Bangor
    WVII-TV, channel 7, is the ABC affiliate for Bangor, Maine, USA. WVII-TV is owned and operated by Rockfleet Broadcasting, and is sister to low-power Fox affiliate WFVX-LP (channel 22). The two stations share studios in West Bangor, and WVII's transmitter is based on Black Cap Mountain. WVII-TV serves as the default ABC affiliate through cable for the Presque Isle market, as that area does not have an ABC affiliate of its own. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: The station signed on October 15, 1965 as WEMT under the ownership of Downeast Television, an ownership group that included Melvin Stone, owner of WGUY (1250 AM, later WNSW on 1200 AM; now defunct) and Rumford's WRUM, and Herbert Hoffman, owner of WBOS-AM-FM in Boston. Until WEMT went on the air, ABC maintained secondary affiliations with CBS affiliate WABI-TV and NBC affiliate WLBZ-TV. It is the only television station in Bangor to have never switched its network affiliation. Downeast sold WEMT to Eastern Maine Broadcasting Systems (a subsidiary of Valley Communications, owner of WPNO in Auburn and WSKW and WTOS-FM in Skowhegan) on February 2, 1976. The new owners changed the station's call letters to WVII-TV that
    6.75
    4 votes
    69
    KFTU-DT

    KFTU-DT

    • Area Served: Douglas
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KFTU-DT is a full-service television station founded by William Abbotts (who chose to invest in the vestigial American radio networks in his latter years) serving Douglas, Arizona, Lordsburg, New Mexico, Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico and surrounding areas of Cochise County, Hidalgo County, northeast Sonora and northwest Chihuahua. The station broadcasts in digital on UHF channel 36 as an affiliate of Spanish-language network TeleFutura. KFTU-CD is a low-power Class A television station in Tucson, Arizona, rebroadcasting the signal of KFTU-DT in digital on UHF channel 18 and in standard definition digital on sister station KUVE-DT's secondary subchannel 46.2. The station is carried on the principal Tucson-area cable system (Cox) as channel 60. KFTU-DT has another repeater station in Tucson, Arizona, K48GX channel 48, that provides over-the-air coverage to areas to the northwest of Tucson that are shielded by terrain from the KFTU-CD signal. All three stations are owned by Univision. Similar to sister station KFPH-TV in Flagstaff, KFTU brands itself as Telefutura 34, using the over-the-air channel of its Class A repeater in Tucson. The station was granted its original construction
    9.00
    2 votes
    70
    KDVR

    KDVR

    • Area Served: Denver
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KDVR is the Fox-affiliated television station in Denver, Colorado. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 32 (virtual channel 31.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Lookout Mountain, near Golden. Owned by Local TV (run by private equity firm Oak Hill Capital Partners), KDVR operates CW affiliate KWGN-TV (owned by Tribune Broadcasting) through a local marketing agreement. Both stations share studios on East Speer Boulevard in Denver's Speer neighborhood (to the immediate northwest of KMGH-TV's studios). This station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 13, with a high definition feed offered on digital channel 655. It operates a satellite station: KFCT (UHF digital channel 21, virtual channel 22.1 via PSIP) in Fort Collins as that area's only full-power station, covering areas of northern Colorado receiving a marginal to non-existant signal from KDVR. Though KFCT operates as its satellite, KDVR limits on-air references to the station to FCC-mandated hourly station identifications during newscasts and other programming. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: KDVR was a charter affiliate of Antenna TV upon its launch on January 1, 2011, it is
    7.67
    3 votes
    71
    KHNL

    KHNL

    • Area Served: Honolulu
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KHNL is the NBC-affiliated television station for the state of Hawaii that is licensed to Honolulu. The station broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 35 (or PSIP virtual channel 13) from a transmitter in Palehua. KHNL is owned and operated by Raycom Media, who also owns CBS affiliate KGMB and operates MyNetworkTV affiliate KFVE by virtue of a shared services agreement with KFVE's owner MCG Capital Corporation. All three stations share studios on Waiakamilo Road in Honolulu. As of March 2, 2011, KHNL is available in HD on DIRECTV. Syndicated programming on KHNL includes Entertainment Tonight, The Jeff Probst Show, Who Wants To Be a Millionaire? and Judge Joe Brown. The station signed-on July 4, 1962 as KTRG airing an analog signal on VHF channel 13 from a transmitter on top of the Hawaiian Village Hotel in Waikiki. Owned by the Watumull Broadcasting Company and unaffiliated with a national network, they broadcasted conventional English programming from 5 PM to 12:30 AM daily. Unfortunately, on the day that KTRG was to debut a technical glitch (due to last-minute repairs at the transmitter site to get it corrected) delayed the station's 5PM debut, which meant
    7.67
    3 votes
    72
    WUVF-CA

    WUVF-CA

    • Area Served: Fort Myers
    WUVF-LP is the Univisión affiliate for the Fort Myers-Naples, Florida television market. It is licensed in Naples, owned by Silver Point Capital, and operates on VHF channel 2, with no digital signal. WUVF's programming can also be seen on WLZE-LD, channel 51, in Fort Myers. Both stations operate at a low-power. On April 4, 2008 Equity Media Holdings announced the sale of all five of its Southwest Florida stations (including WUVF and WLZE) to Luken Communications, LLC for $8 million. Equity has cited corporate financial losses as a reason for the sale. At one point, WUVF aired local newscasts at 6 and 11 p.m.; they were produced out of Little Rock, Arkansas, with reports produced in Southwest Florida. The newscasts were canceled in June 2008, after Equity instituted a companywide suspension of news programs. Equity Media Holdings has been in chapter 11 bankruptcy since December 2008 and offers by Luken Communications to acquire Equity-owned stations in six markets have since been withdrawn. WUVF and WLZE were sold at auction to Silver Point Capital on April 16, 2009. The sale closed on August 17, 2009. WUVF has since surrendered its previous class A classification. WLZE began to be
    7.67
    3 votes
    73
    CKPG-TV

    CKPG-TV

    • Area Served: Prince George
    CKPG-TV is a privately owned television station serving as an affiliate of the Citytv television system in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. It broadcasts an analogue signal on VHF channel 2 from a transmitter atop Pilot Mountain. Owned by the Jim Pattison Group, the station also operates rebroadcasters in Hixon (CKPG-TV-1, channel 10), Mackenzie (CKPG-TV-4, channel 6), and Quesnel (CKPG-TV-5, channel 13). Its studios are located on 3rd Avenue (near Winnipeg Street) in Prince George. This station can also be seen locally on Shaw Cable channel 3 and regionally on Bell TV channel 260 and Shaw Direct channel 325. The station began operations on August 20, 1961, with a power output of 8,300 watts. It was co-owned with the local radio station of the same name, and was a CBC affiliate from its inception. The station's president and general manager, Bob Harkins, was one of the first people to appear on air. In 1965, the station put a re-broadcaster in Quesnel on channel 13 into operation. In April 1969, both the radio and television stations were purchased by Vancouver's Q Broadcasting Ltd., owners of CHQM in Vancouver. In 1973, Gord Leighton became the new general manager of both
    10.00
    1 votes
    74
    KTVB

    KTVB

    • Area Served: Boise
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTVB, channel 7, is the NBC-affiliated television station in Boise, Idaho, it is owned by Belo Corp. The station broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 7. The station also operates a low-power repeater in Twin Falls, KTFT-LD, the programming for which originates from the KTVB studios. The two signals are identical, with the exception of commercials, which are sold and targeted to the Magic Valley area. The station, Idaho's oldest, signed on July 12, 1953, as KIDO-TV. It was originally owned by Georgia Davidson, along with radio station KIDO-AM. Davidson was one of only three female station owners in the NBC network. The others were Marietta Meyer Ekberg of KFYR-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota, and Dorothy Bullitt of future sister station KING-TV in Seattle. Davidson sold KIDO-AM in 1959 but kept KIDO-TV, which she renamed KTVB. KTVB has always been a primary NBC affiliate. After KBOI-TV (Channel 2, CBS) signed on in November 1953, the two stations briefly shared secondary DuMont affiliations, and shared secondary ABC affiliations until KITC (Channel 6) signed on in 1974. Before KAID-TV (Channel 4, PBS) signed on in December 1971, KTVB pre-empted the second hour of the Today Show
    10.00
    1 votes
    75
    KVAL-TV

    KVAL-TV

    • Area Served: Eugene
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KVAL-TV, channel 13, is a television station in Eugene, Oregon, USA. It is an affiliate of the CBS network. The station began broadcasting on April 15, 1954. Owned by Fisher Communications, the station reaches additional viewers in central and western Oregon via co-owned full-powered satellite stations KCBY-TV in Coos Bay (digital channel 11) and KPIC in Roseburg (digital channel 19, virtual channel 4). KVAL signed on in 1954, locally owned by Eugene Television. It originally carried programming from all three networks, but was a primary NBC affiliate. It lost CBS and ABC when KEZI signed on in 1960. In the summer of 1978, as NBC was floundering in third place in the Nielsen ratings, KVAL started airing five hours of CBS programming each week. During the next four years, the station gradually offered more programs from CBS. NBC affiliated with newly signed-on KMTR in 1982, and KVAL formally switched its affiliation to CBS. Eugene Television bought KBCI-TV in Boise in 1975 and changed its name to Northwest Television. Retlaw Enterprises (a company owned by relatives of Walt Disney, Retlaw being "Walter" backwards) bought the station in 1996. Current owner Fisher bought Retlaw's
    10.00
    1 votes
    76
    WFFT-TV

    WFFT-TV

    • Area Served: Fort Wayne
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFFT-TV is an Independent station for Northeastern Indiana licensed to Fort Wayne. From the network's launch on October 9th, 1986 to July 31, 2011, WFFT was the Fox-affiliated television station for Fort Wayne. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 36 from a transmitter at its studios on Hillegas Road. The station can also be seen on Frontier FiOS channel 5 and Comcast channel 12. There is a high definition signal offered on Frontier FiOS digital channel 505 and Comcast digital channel 1012. Owned by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group, syndicated programming on WFFT includes: The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother, and The Office. WFFT-DT went on-the-air on UHF channel 36 in 2003 following WFWA-DT and WISE-DT. The station was re-branded as "Fox Fort Wayne" on January 1, 2008 to reflect its various channel positions on cable. Until December 2007, it aired only a standard definition digital signal at an effective radiated power of 980 watts limiting reception to within miles of the station. It now broadcasts in 1080i. In May 2009, it went full power on its digital signal. WFFT shut down analog transmissions at 6:01 p.m. on June 12, 2009.
    10.00
    1 votes
    77
    WFXV

    WFXV

    • Area Served: Utica
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFXV is the Fox-affiliated television station for Central Upstate New York's Mohawk Valley. Licensed to Utica, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 27 (or virtual channel 33.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter at its studios on Smith Hill Road in Deerfield (official address is Utica). The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 6 and in high definition on digital channel 868. Owned by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group, WFXV is sister to low-powered MyNetworkTV affiliate WPNY-LP and ABC affiliate WUTR (all three outlets share facilities). The latter is actually owned by Mission Broadcasting but operated by Nexstar through local marketing and joint sales agreements. WFXV can be seen on analog repeater W31BP channel 31 in the Town of Burlington from a transmitter on Clark Hill Road. Syndicated programming on WFXV includes Family Guy, Two and a Half Men, Family Feud and The People's Court among others. The station signed-on December 9, 1986 with the calls WTUV, operating an analog signal on UHF channel 33; it promptly affiliated with the then-new Fox network, and adopted the current call sign WFXV on February 1, 1990 in reference to the network. The call
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    WICZ-TV

    WICZ-TV

    • Area Served: Binghamton
    WICZ-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for Upstate New York's Eastern Southern Tier. Licensed to Binghamton, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 8 (virtual channel 40.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 3 and in high definition on digital channel 702. Owned by the Stainless Broadcasting Company, WICZ is sister to low-powered MyNetworkTV affiliate WBPN-LP and the two share studios on Vestal Parkway East in Vestal. Syndicated programming on this station includes Cash Cab, Two and a Half Men, Swift Justice with Nancy Grace, and The People's Court among others. The station signed-on November 1, 1957 as WINR-TV airing an analog signal on UHF channel 40. It was an NBC affiliate owned by the Gannett Company (which purchased the television station just before its sign-on) along with WINR-AM 680 and the Binghamton Press. Current owner Stainless Broadcasting acquired the television station in 1971 and changed its call letters to WICZ-TV (named for company owner Henry Guzewicz). In Fall 1995, WICZ announced it would be dropping its NBC affiliation and switch to Fox. The official affiliation switchover
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    1 votes
    79
    WISN-TV

    WISN-TV

    • Area Served: Milwaukee
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WISN-TV, virtual channel 12.1 (digital channel 34), is a television station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin serving as an affiliate of the ABC television network. Its signal covers most of southeastern Wisconsin and parts of northeastern Illinois, including Racine, Kenosha, Sheboygan and Waukesha. The station's studio is located at North 19th and West Wells Streets, at the west end of the Marquette University campus, with the station's transmitter located within Lincoln Park in the northeastern part of Milwaukee, next to the Weigel Broadcasting tower which is used by CBS affiliate WDJT-TV (Channel 58) and its sister operations. WISN is one of three flagship stations of Hearst Television and the second-oldest television station to remain with the company in all of its various iterations. WISN first signed on the air on October 27, 1954 with the call letters WTVW and branded itself as Wisconsin's TeleVision Window. In early 1955 the station was purchased by the Hearst Corporation, publishers of the Milwaukee Sentinel and owners of WISN radio (1130 AM); the new owners changed channel 12's call letters to the present WISN-TV. The station was originally affiliated with both ABC and
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    1 votes
    80
    WLWC

    WLWC

    • Area Served: New Bedford
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLWC is the CW affiliate for Providence, Rhode Island, licensed to New Bedford, Massachusetts. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 22 from a transmitter in the Ashley Heights section of East Freetown, Massachusetts. It can also be seen on Cox and Verizon FiOS channel 9 and Full Channel channel 18 (in Rhode Island) as well as Comcast channel 13 (in Massachusetts). For high definition, it is offered on Verizon FiOS channel 509, Cox channel 705, and Comcast channel 813. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, the station has studios on Westminster Street in Downtown Providence. It is one of two major Rhode Island stations (along with ABC affiliate WLNE-TV) with facilities in Providence despite being licensed to the Massachusetts side of the market. WLWC began broadcasting April 14, 1997 as an affiliate of The WB. It was owned by Fant Broadcasting and operated by NBC-owned WJAR under a local marketing agreement (LMA). For the first two years of The WB's existence, Boston's WLVI-TV, which had been carried on cable in Rhode Island for decades, doubled as the WB affiliate for Providence/New Bedford as well. The station launched with various syndicated shows as
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    1 votes
    81
    WOTV

    WOTV

    • Area Served: Battle Creek
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WOTV is one of two ABC affiliates for West Michigan, and is licensed to Battle Creek. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 20 (or virtual channel 41.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on South Norris Road in Orangeville Township. The station can also be seen on Charter and Comcast channel 4, from which its WOTV 4 branding is derived. There is a high definition feed offered on Comcast digital channel 237 and Charter digital channel 780. Owned by the LIN TV Corporation, it is a sister station to NBC affiliate WOOD-TV and Class A MyNetworkTV affiliate WXSP-CD. All three stations share studios on College Avenue Southeast in the Heritage Hill section of Grand Rapids. Syndicated programming on WOTV includes The Office, The Dr. Oz Show, Swift Justice with Jackie Glass, and The Wendy Williams Show among others. On early weekend mornings, the station simulcasts WOOD-DT3 that is a feed of WOOD-TV's weather radar (known as the "Storm Team 8 Live Doppler weather radar Network") with audio from NOAA Weather Radio. The Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo market is one of a few instances where there are two affiliates of the same network. ABC is also seen on WZZM, which is based out of
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    1 votes
    82
    WPBF

    WPBF

    • Area Served: West Palm Beach
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPBF is the ABC-affiliated television station for the Gold and Treasure Coasts of South Florida. Licensed to Tequesta, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 16 from a transmitter in Palm City southwest of I-95. Owned by Hearst Television, the station has studios on RCA Boulevard in the Monet section of Palm Beach Gardens. Syndicated programming on WPBF includes: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Inside Edition, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and The Real Housewives of Atlanta. On WPBF-DT2, Comcast digital channels 208 and 616 is the Spanish network Estrella TV. Previously, WPBF-DT2 was part of The Local AccuWeather Channel and known locally as "Weather First TV". There was also a live video stream of that channel on its website. WPBF first went on-the-air January 1, 1989 owned by Brenda Skipper and Sylvia Salinas. The original plans called for the station to be an Independent. However in mid-1988, CBS (which was due to lose its longtime Miami affiliate WTVJ to NBC) bought Fox affiliate WCIX (now WFOR-TV). That station only provided a Grade B ("rimshot") signal to Fort Lauderdale and Broward County because its transmitter was farther south than the other Miami
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    1 votes
    83
    WUPA

    WUPA

    • Area Served: Atlanta
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WUPA, channel 69, is a television station in Atlanta, Georgia. An owned and operated station of the The CW Television Network, it identifies itself as "CW 69". It is owned by CBS Corporation, which is half-owner of The CW. Founded November 10, 1980, the station is broadcast locally in high-definition on channel 43 (virtual channel 69.1). Originally atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel, Atlanta's tallest building at the time, it now transmits from another site further east. WUPA broadcasts from its studios located in unincorporated DeKalb County on the frontage road of Interstate 85. The station first began operations on November 10, 1980, under the call letters WVEU. It was originally owned by locally-based BCG Communications. Initially, its programming line-up consisted of business news during the day and VEU, a subscription TV service during the evenings and weekends. By 1982, it was running subscription TV most of the day. In 1984, WVEU dropped "VEU" programming and flipped to a general entertainment format with a focus on Music Videos. In 1984 and 1985 the station branded as "Atlanta's Music Video Channel," with VJs during the hours that featured music. The station also had
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    1 votes
    84
    WWDT-CA

    WWDT-CA

    • Area Served: Naples
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WWDT-CD is the Telemundo affiliate for the Fort Myers/Naples, Florida television market, licensed in Naples. It is owned by ZGS Communications, and broadcasts on UHF channel 43. It is a class A television station, as such, it broadcasts at a lower power than most other stations in the market.
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    1 votes
    85
    WWTI-DT2

    WWTI-DT2

    • Area Served: Watertown
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WWTI-DT2 is the CW-affiliated television station for Upstate New York's North Country. It is part of The CW Plus which a special CW feed broadcasting on cable and/or over-the-air on a digital signal. The station is a second digital subchannel of ABC affiliate WWTI owned by Newport Television. Over-the-air, WWTI-DT2 broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (virtual channel 50.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Hayes Road in Copenhagen. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 14. Known on-air as The North Country CW, its parent station has studios on Arsenal Street/NY 3 in Watertown. However, master control and some internal operations are based at centralcasting facilities within the studios of sister station WSYR-TV on Bridge Street in East Syracuse. In September 1998, an agreement between WWTI and Time Warner Cable allowed the station to launch cable-exclusive WB affiliate "WBWT". The arrangement was established during a period when The WB deployed various network stations outside the top 100 markets as cable-only channels. WWTI provided sales and promotional opportunities to "WBWT". The station was originally seen on Time Warner Cable
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    1 votes
    86
    KWWL

    KWWL

    • Area Served: Waterloo
    KWWL is the NBC-affiliated television station in Waterloo, Iowa, and serves as the primary NBC affiliate for the northeastern third of the state of Iowa, including 21 counties and the larger cities of Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque and Iowa City. The station operates on VHF channel 7. KWWL is owned by Quincy Newspapers. Its transmitter is located at the AFLAC Tower north of Rowley, Iowa. The station's studios are located in Waterloo, Iowa. KWWL also operates newsrooms and sales offices in Cedar Rapids and Dubuque. Syndicated programs aired by KWWL include Dr. Phil, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, The Doctors and Who Wants to be a Millionaire. In addition to its primary digital channel, KWWL operated KWWL StormTrack7 on their second digital subchannel. After NBC bought The Weather Channel, NBC Weather Plus network feeds ended in December 2008; the station now carries This TV Network on the subchannel. KWWL also transmitted The Tube digital music video channel until the network ceased operations on October 1, 2007. It later carried classic programming from Retro Television Network on DT3. On April 27, 2011, the station replaced RTV programming in favor of This TV's sister network,
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    4 votes
    87
    NBN Television

    NBN Television

    NBN Television is a television station based in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. The station was inaugurated on 4 March 1962 as the first regional commercial television station in New South Wales, and has since expanded to 39 transmitters throughout the northern half of New South Wales and parts of South East Queensland, including Tamworth, Tweed Heads, Lismore, Coffs Harbour, Hunter Valley and the Gold Coast. It is an affiliate of the Nine Network. The station's name, NBN, stands for Newcastle Broadcasting New South Wales. NBN is the only regional station in Australia to produce a one-hour news bulletin seven days a week. Since 2007, it has been owned by Nine's parent company Nine Entertainment Co. (formerly PBL Media). However, it is operated as a regional Nine affiliate, and not part of the main network. NBN's original owner, the Newcastle Broadcasting and Television Corporation (NBTC) was founded in May 1958 to begin preparations for the upcoming television licence allocations. The main shareholders in NBTC were United Broadcasting Company (owned by the Lamb family, owners of radio station 2KO), Airsales Broadcasting Company (owners of local radio station 2HD), and the
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    4 votes
    88
    WNIT

    WNIT

    • Area Served: South Bend
    WNIT is the PBS member television station for South Bend, Indiana. Its studios are located in South Bend. WNIT broadcasts on digital channel 35 (virtual channels 34.1 and 34.2). The station has been serving Michiana since February 1974, when it signed on UHF channel 34. Previously, PBS programs had been offered to the market's commercial stations on a per-program basis, or via cable from WTTW in Chicago. On February 26, 2008, the klystron tube that powered WNIT's transmitter failed, which reduced WNIT's analog signal strength to only 15 percent of its normal 1.38 million-watt ERP. On March 25, the transmitter's major signal amplifiers failed, completely disabling the station's analog signal. With analog broadcasting due to end in the United States in 2009, the station opted to broadcast solely in digital. Most viewers did not lose access to WNIT programming due to the high penetration of cable and satellite television in the area. On January 11, 2009, a fire in WNIT's administrative offices severely damaged the building; there were no injuries and WNIT's broadcast facilities and programming were unaffected. Local program production continued at the Elkhart Area Career Center and
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    4 votes
    89
    KSHV

    KSHV

    • Area Served: Shreveport
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSHV-TV (branded on-air as My 45) is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station in Shreveport, Louisiana, serving the Ark-La-Tex region of Northwest Louisiana, Southwest Arkansas and Northeast Texas. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 44 (or virtual channel 45.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located near Mooringsport (southeast of Caddo Lake). Owned by White Knight Broadcasting, KSHV is sister to Fox affiliate KMSS-TV and is operated through a shared services agreement with that station's owner Communications Corporation of America. Both stations share studios located on Jewella Avenue, between Claiborne Avenue and Ninock Street, on the western side of Shreveport. The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 9 and in high definition on digital channel 1009. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes TMZ on TV, Frasier, The King of Queens, Law & Order, Excused, Family Feud and House. It is a typical MyNetworkTV affiliate with a mix of syndicated first-run talk, reality and court shows, along with off-network sitcoms and drama series. The station's digital signal is broadcast on UHF channel 44: Digital channels On February 17,
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    2 votes
    90
    KSLA-TV

    KSLA-TV

    • Area Served: Shreveport
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSLA is the CBS-affiliated television station in Shreveport, Louisiana, serving the Ark-La-Tex region of Northwest Louisiana, Southwest Arkansas and Northeast Texas. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 17 (or virtual channel 12.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located near Mooringsport (southeast of Caddo Lake). Owned by Raycom Media, KSLA maintains studios located on Fairfield Avenue and Dashiel Street (southeast of I-20) in central Shreveport. The station's digital signal is broadcast on UHF channel 17, and is multiplexed: Digital channels On June 12, 2009, KSLA left channel 12 and moved to channel 17 when the analog to digital conversion completed. KSLA went on the air on January 1, 1954, airing programming from all four networks—CBS, ABC, NBC and DuMont. However, it has always been a primary CBS affiliate. It lost NBC a year later when KTBS entered the Shreveport market. The two stations shared limited ABC programming until 1960, when Texarkana's KTAL-TV took the NBC affiliation after Texarkana was collapsed into the Shreveport market. KTBS then became an exclusive ABC affiliate, leaving KSLA as a sole CBS affiliate. It, along with KMSS, is one of two
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    2 votes
    91
    KTNV

    KTNV

    • Area Served: Las Vegas
    KTNV-TV, channel 13, is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Las Vegas, Nevada which is owned by Journal Communications and serves as the ABC affiliate for the Las Vegas Valley, Southern Nevada and northwest Arizona. The station's studios are based out of nearby Paradise, with the station transmitting from Mount Arden. The station signed on the air for the first time on May 4, 1956 as KSHO-TV. The station was Journal's second television station (and its first television station acquisition outside of Milwaukee), having purchased it in 1979. It changed its callsign to KTNV-TV on March 2, 1980 (the -TV suffix was removed from 1988 to 2009). Formerly, KTNV transmitted from a tower right outside the station at the intersection of Desert Inn Road and Valley View Boulevard, on the quadruple border of city of Las Vegas, Township of Spring Valley, Township of Paradise, and Township of Winchester. The tower is a unique and visible landmark throughout the Las Vegas Valley. On December 15, 2007 KTNV became the third television station in Las Vegas to broadcast local news in high definition. The station also unveiled its new digital production facilities and news set on the same
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    2 votes
    92
    WNAC-TV

    WNAC-TV

    • Area Served: Providence
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WNAC-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for the state of Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts licensed to Providence. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 12 from a transmitter on Homestead Avenue in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Owned by Super Towers, the station is operated through a local marketing agreement (LMA) by the LIN TV Corporation as sister to company flagship CBS affiliate WPRI-TV. Although the two share studios on Catamore Boulevard in East Providence, master control and some traffic responsibilities are based in hub facilities at NBC affiliate WWLP in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Syndicated programming on WNAC includes: Seinfeld, Family Guy, TMZ on TV, and Entertainment Tonight. The station also operates the area's MyNetworkTV affiliate on its second digital subchannel, known on-air as MyRITV. Although WNAC's current incarnation dates to September 5, 1981, its analog license was one of the oldest active UHF licenses in New England. It first signed on August 29, 1953, with the calls WNET-TV as the second television station in Rhode Island. At that time, it was located on channel 16 and affiliated with ABC. It also shared DuMont
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    2 votes
    93
    KASW

    KASW

    • Area Served: Phoenix
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KASW is the CW-affiliated television station in Phoenix, Arizona. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 49 (virtual channel 61.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on South Mountain in Phoenix. Its signal is relayed across northern and eastern Arizona through a small network of five translators. Owned by Belo, KASW is sister to independent station KTVK and both stations share studios on the northwestern end of Midtown Phoenix. Known on-air as CW 6, the branding is derived from KASW's primary cable position in the market on Cox Communications and CenturyLink. The station is the second largest CW affiliate in terms of market size (after WLVI/Boston) that is not owned by CBS Corporation or Tribune Broadcasting, both of which contributed stations as charter affiliates of the network (previously, these stations were respectively affiliated with UPN or The WB). Prior to the sign on of KASW on September 22, 1995, the channel 61 UHF frequency was originally occupied by low-powered K61CA, a locally-programmed music video channel that operated from March 1983 to December 1984. By 1991, preparations had been made to sign on another independent station in Phoenix, under the
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    3 votes
    94
    KATV

    KATV

    • Area Served: Little Rock
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KATV, channel 7, is an ABC affiliated television station serving the Little Rock television market and central Arkansas. The station is owned by Allbritton Communications Company. The station broadcasts its digital signal via UHF channel 22, using its former analog assignment of 7 as its virtual channel via PSIP. It is also available on Comcast analog cable channel 8, with its HD simulcast on Comcast Digital Cable channel 231 in Little Rock. Until it collapsed January 11, 2008, both signals were broadcast from the KATV Tower near Redfield, Arkansas. Its analog license continued to reflect this site while the station was broadcasting in analog from a temporary site, and in HDTV on a subchannel of KWBF (channel 42, now KARZ-TV). It began broadcasts on February 1, 2009 from a new digital transmitter located on Shinall Mountain, near the Chenal Valley neighborhood of Little Rock. KATV's digital signal on UHF 22 is multiplexed: KATV requested to transmit in digital only, effective June 12, 2009. After it shut down its analog signal on that date, the rescheduled completion date of the nationwide analog television shutdown, KATV-DT remained on its pre-transition digital channel number,
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    3 votes
    95
    KUSA-TV

    KUSA-TV

    • Area Served: Denver
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KUSA is the NBC-affiliated television station in Denver, Colorado. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter atop Lookout Mountain (near Golden). Owned by the Gannett Company, KUSA is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KTVD and both stations share studios on East Speer Boulevard in Denver's Speer neighborhood (to the immediate southeast of the studios shared by KWGN-TV and KDVR). The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 9, with a high definition feed offered on digital channel 653. KUSA is also carried by Carnival Cruise Lines through the in-room entertainment system available on ships touring the Caribbean and South Pacific. This station's digital signal is multiplexed: KTVD carried Universal Sports on digital subchannel 9.3 until January 10, 2011, when it moved to KTVD's 20.2 subchannel in order to even out the bandwidth between both stations. KUSA shut down its analog transmitter on April 16, 2009 (two months before the analog television shutdown and digital conversion in the United States). The station moved to its digital broadcasts from its pre-transition UHF channel 16 to VHF channel 9. However, through the use of PSIP,
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    3 votes
    96
    WTVS

    WTVS

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Non-commercial educational
    • Content: Television
    WTVS, branded as Detroit Public TV, is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member Public television station in Detroit, Michigan. Broadcasting since 1955, its vision statement is "educate, entertain and inspire — in partnership with our community." The viewer supported station produces many local programs including Get Up! Get Out, In the Frame: Exploring the DIA, Leaders on Leadership American Black Journal, and Am I Right among others. It is also a leading producer of fundraising programs for PBS. Detroit Public TV partners with Detroit Public Schools by managing WRCJ-FM with a classical and jazz music format. The station is located inside the Detroit School of Arts. The station's President and General Manager is Rich Homberg and Richard Rassel presides as Chairman, Board of Trustees. WTVS is also one of only three stations that mention Windsor and London as among their primary viewing areas, with the other two being WDIV, and WMYD. Its transmitters are located in suburban Oakland County with its studios and offices in Detroit and Wixom. It is one of five local Detroit TV stations seen in Canada on Shaw Broadcast Services and the Shaw Direct satellite provider. WTVS broadcasts
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    3 votes
    97
    WXTV-DT

    WXTV-DT

    • Area Served: Paterson
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WXTV-DT channel 41 is a Univisión flagship television station for the East Coast, licensed to Paterson, New Jersey and serving the New York metropolitan area. WXTV's studios are located in Teaneck, New Jersey, and its transmitter in on the Empire State Building in Manhattan. WXTV is one-half of a Univisión-owned duopoly in the New York City market with Telefutura station WFUT-DT (channel 68), licensed to Newark, New Jersey. WXTV first began broadcasting on August 4, 1968, from studios at 641 Main Street in Paterson, New Jersey as an English and Spanish-language television station. Studios later moved to 24 Meadowlands Parkway in Secaucus and are now at 500 Frank W. Burr Boulevard in Teaneck. In 1970, the station became an all-Spanish-language station, affiliated with the Spanish International Network, which became Univision in 1987. Since the mid-1980s, WXTV has used the slogan A su lado, an adaptation for the Hispanic market of the campaign On Your Side created by Frank Gari, and even used the similarly named news music package for a time. The September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center did not affect WXTV's over-the-air signal, as WXTV's transmitter has always been at
    7.33
    3 votes
    98
    KFTH-DT

    KFTH-DT

    • Area Served: Alvin
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KFTH-DT is a Spanish-language television station in Alvin, Texas, serving the Houston, Texas market as an affiliate of TeleFutura on digital channel 36. The station is owned by Univisión, owners of TeleFutura. Its programming includes soap operas, Hollywood movies, sports and cartoons. It also broadcasts Univision on -DT2, but, for unknown reasons, without remapping via PSIP (channel appears as 36-2) The station signed on in January 1986 as KTHT, under the ownership of 4 Star Broadcasting. It programmed a general entertainment format consisting of off-network drama shows, children's programming, old movies, home shopping programming during the overnight hours, and major network programming not cleared by KTRK, KPRC or KHOU. The station was unprofitable, and was sold to Silver King Broadcasting, which also owned the Home Shopping Network. The station changed its call letters to KHSH in November 1987, and began airing home shopping programming 24 hours a day. There were plans to revert KHSH to a general entertainment station by 2001. However, Univision purchased the UHF stations owned by USA Broadcasting (which had been the parent company of Silver King since the mid-1990s). Most of
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    4 votes
    99
    W33BY

    W33BY

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WHPR is the unofficial call sign of TV channel 33 (officially called W33BY), and is a low-power broadcasting station based in Highland Park, Michigan. The station is a Class-A operation, even though the station's official calls are still translator-style calls. WHPR's web site mentions that it was carried on Comcast channel 20 in Detroit, but as of April 2011, it is unknown whether or not it is actually on Comcast's line-up. ("Local Origination" appears in this channel slot instead.) Also, neither Bright House Livonia nor Cogeco Windsor has this channel in their line-ups. W33BY is also the only remaining American station in the Metro Detroit area to still broadcast only in analog, with no construction permit or application on file with the FCC for digital conversion, which is currently optional for low-powered television stations; however, W33BY will be required to convert to digital or close down by September 1, 2015. WHPR is the Detroit area's first Black-owned TV station since channel 62 (then WGPR) became a CBS affiliate. The station is owned by R.J. Watkins, who, in the late-1980s and early-1990s, hosted and produced a dance program for WGPR-TV, The New Dance Show. The
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    4 votes
    100
    WBFF

    WBFF

    • Area Served: Baltimore
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WBFF, virtual channel 45 (digital channel 46), is the Fox-affiliated television station in Baltimore, Maryland; it is the flagship station of the Sinclair Broadcast Group, which also operates Baltimore's CW affiliate, WNUV-TV (channel 54), through a local marketing agreement. The two stations share studios on West 41st Street and transmission facilities in the Woodberry section of Baltimore. Syndicated programming on WBFF includes: 30 Rock, Friends, Judge Judy and The King of Queens. WBFF remains the only Baltimore television station that has never changed its network affiliation. WBFF signed on on April 11, 1971, founded by what was then called Chesapeake Television Corporation, which was controlled by Julian Sinclair Smith. At once, it was Baltimore's second commercial UHF station and second independent station, signing-on four years after WMET-TV (channel 24) began operations. Both stations aired general-entertainment programming, but WMET's owners experienced financial problems and were forced to take their station off the air in 1972. Even without direct competition, and operating on a small budget, WBFF still struggled for programming during the 1970s as Baltimore's network
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    4 votes
    101
    WLLZ-LP

    WLLZ-LP

    • Area Served: Traverse City
    WLLZ-LP is the low-powered MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan that is licensed to Cedar. It broadcasts an analog signal on VHF channel 12 from a transmitter west of downtown Traverse City near Harris and Cedar Run Roads. Owned by P & P Cable Holdings, the station airs programming from MyNetworkTV, America One, and Retro Television Network. During local airtime, the show also airs reruns of network shows such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Cold Case, Without a Trace, How I Met Your Mother, Scrubs, Family Guy, and American Dad!, as well as classic movies. WLLZ can be seen on Charter channel 72 throughout the northern Lower Peninsula. Starting in 2010, the station was also carried on Charter in the eastern Upper Peninsula (including Sault Ste. Marie). The station began broadcasting in 1996 on UHF channel 51 with the call sign W51CS. In 2001, it moved to VHF channel 12 and used the call letters W12CX. In 2003, they upgraded to low-power status and its calls became the current WLLZ-LP. In December of that year, the station became an affiliate of Urban America Television. It added America One programming to its schedule in Summer
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    4 votes
    102
    WLS-TV

    WLS-TV

    • Area Served: Chicago
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLS-TV is the ABC owned-and-operated television station in Chicago, Illinois. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 44 (virtual channel 7.1 via PSIP) and operates a digital fill-in translator on VHF channel 7, both from transmitters atop the Willis Tower. Owned by the ABC Owned Television Stations unit of The Walt Disney Company, WLS-TV maintains studios on North State Street in the Chicago Loop. The WLS-TV callsign stands for "World's Largest Store", in reference to Sears, Roebuck and Company, the founding part-owners of its former AM radio sister station. Upon completion of the digital transition, WLS officially transferred the "WLS-TV" legal callsign from the now-defunct analog channel 7 to the original post-transition digital television channel 7, and discontinued the "WLS-DT" callsign. In late 2009, after moving full-power digital operations to UHF channel 44, the "WLS-TV" callsign was moved to channel 44. Even though WLS-TV converted VHF channel 7 into a digital fill-in translator and it is a LD facility (-LD meaning "Low-power Digital"), it uses the same call letters and suffix like their main full power facility. However, the PSIP identifier for
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    4 votes
    103
    WPSG

    WPSG

    • Area Served: Philadelphia
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPSG, channel 57, is an owned and operated station for The CW Television Network located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, owned by CBS Corporation which partly owns The CW. WPSG shares a studio and office facility with sister station and CBS O&O KYW-TV (channel 3) in Center City Philadelphia, and WPSG's transmitter is located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. The channel 57 frequency was originally assigned to Easton, Pennsylvania. In the 1950s it was home to WGLV-TV, a dual ABC-DuMont affiliate owned by the Easton Express newspaper. Unfortunately, the station struggled to get an audience mainly because it was a UHF station at a time when television manufacturers were not required to offer UHF tuners. Its fate was sealed when the Federal Communications Commission collapsed the Lehigh Valley into the Philadelphia market. The Philadelphia stations built tall towers in Philadelphia's hilly Roxborough neighborhood, adding Easton and the rest of the Lehigh Valley to their city-grade coverage. WGLV went dark soon afterward, and somewhere along the line the FCC reassigned channel 57 to Philadelphia. Channel 57 first signed on the air as a Philadelphia station on June 15, 1981 as
    6.25
    4 votes
    104
    WTTO

    WTTO

    • Area Served: Birmingham
    WTTO is the CW-affiliated television station for Birmingham, Anniston and Tuscaloosa, Alabama that is licensed to the Birmingham suburb of Homewood. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 28 (or virtual channel 21.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located at Red Mountain. WDBB rebroadcasts WTTO's signal across the western part of the market and is licensed to the Birmingham suburb of Bessemer, but primarily serves the Tuscaloosa area. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 18 (or virtual channel 17.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter near Windham Springs. Owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, both stations are sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate WABM and all three share studios on Beacon Parkway West in southeastern Birmingham. Receiving the WTTO signal, the station can also be seen on Bright House Networks channel 9, Comcast Xfinity channel 4 and AT&T U-verse channel 21. There is a high definition feed offered on Bright House Networks digital channel 621, Comcast Xfinity digital channel 439 and AT&T U-verse channel 1021. In Central Alabama, channel 21 was originally allocated to Gadsden as WTVS. It was one of the earliest UHF television stations, but
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    5 votes
    105
    KAIL

    KAIL

    • Area Served: Fresno
    KAIL is a VHF television station affiliated with MyNetworkTV, based in Fresno, California, operating on digital channel 7. Its transmitter is on top of Auberry Mountain. They are locally owned by Trans-America Broadcasting Corporation. They are one of the few commercial stations that are independently owned and one of the few stations to have never been sold in its long life. KAIL-TV became Fresno's first independent TV station on December 18, 1961, beating out soon to be competitor, KICU-TV (now KGMC) by 5 days. In its early years, it produced a great deal of its own programming, including children's shows such as Leebo the Clown and others. During the 1960s, KAIL ran religious shows, public affairs programs, a few older syndicated shows, some cartoons, older movies, and some sports. The station was on the air about 8 hours a day. Through the 1970s KAIL ran older cartoons, drama shows, several hours a day of religious shows, and specialty shows. As new syndicated cartoons became abundant in the mid-1980s, KAIL added more of those. They also continued to lean toward barter syndicated shows. Their ratings continued to be modest throughout the 1980s. In the 1995, the station became a
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    3 votes
    106
    KERO-TV

    KERO-TV

    • Area Served: Bakersfield
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KERO-TV is a television station serving Bakersfield, California. It is an ABC affiliate owned by The E.W. Scripps Company, and transmits its digital signal on VHF channel 10. Syndicated programming on KERO includes: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, and Ellen. KERO went on the air on September 26, 1953, on VHF channel 10 (now home to KERO's digital signal) as an NBC affiliate. During the late 1950s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network. KERO was first owned by a local interest, who sold it to Marietta Broadcasting in 1957. Marietta was absorbed by Transcontinent Broadcasting of Buffalo, New York in 1959. One of KERO's best remembered shows was Cousin Herb's Trading Post, a local variety series in the 1950s. The show's host, Herb Henson was a country musician, and often featured budding country artists like Buck Owens and Tommy Collins, who would come to popularize the "Bakersfield Sound". Another local favorite was The Uncle Woody Show in the 1960s and 1970s. Radio and TV personality Casey Kasem also used the KERO studios to tape a weekly musical TV variety show entitled SheBang in the mid-to-late 1960s, while a disc jockey at KRLA in Los Angeles. As a
    7.00
    3 votes
    107
    KEYT-TV

    KEYT-TV

    • Area Served: Santa Barbara
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KEYT-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station for Santa Barbara, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo, California. Licensed to Santa Barbara, the station broadcasts a high definition digital on UHF channel 27 (virtual channel 3.1 via PSIP) with its transmitter located atop Broadcast Peak, between Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez in the Santa Ynez Mountains. Owned by Smith Media, LLC, KEYT's studios are located at 730 Miramonte Drive on TV Hill, overlooking downtown Santa Barbara. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes Live! with Kelly and Michael, Anderson Live, The Dr. Oz Show, Extra, Friends and Access Hollywood. KEYT-TV first signed on the air on July 24, 1953. During the 1950s, the station ran programming from all four TV networks: ABC, CBS, DuMont, and NBC. KEYT operates morning, afternoon, and evening newscasts. KEYT channel 3 has identified its local newscasts as KEY News since the 1980s. Between KEYT's launch of its HDTV signal on March 2007 and September 2007, KEYT-HD was initially unavailable to cable subscribers in the Central Coast, due to a contract dispute with the local cable companies. KEYT has since reached an agreement with Cox Communications in Santa
    7.00
    3 votes
    108
    KNVA

    KNVA

    • Area Served: Austin
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KNVA is the CW-affiliated television station for Austin, Texas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 49 from a transmitter in the West Austin Antenna Farm north of West Lake Hills. Owned by Vaughan Media, the station is operated by the LIN TV Corporation through a local marketing agreement (LMA). This makes KNVA sister to NBC affiliate KXAN-TV and MyNetworkTV affiliate KBVO along with its Class A repeater KBVO-CD. All four stations share studios on West Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard between the Clarksville section of Austin and the University of Texas at Austin campus. Syndicated programming on KNVA includes: Scrubs, Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Tyra Banks. According to an Austin American-Statesman article and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) records, 54 Broadcasting applied for the license to the channel in 1989 and was to have the KCFP calls but it could not economically start up a channel until signing a LMA with LIN TV some five years later. KNVA was launched on August 31, 1994 as a 24-hour feed of KXAN's live weather network and Doppler weather radar. It became an independent station for a short time before affiliating with The
    7.00
    3 votes
    109
    KTMD

    KTMD

    • Area Served: Galveston
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTMD is a full-power television station licensed to Galveston, Texas transmitting over digital channel 48, displaying channel 47 to tuners via PSIP. The station is owned and operated by NBCUniversal and is the Telemundo Owned and Operated station for Houston, Texas, and its surrounding area. KTMD took to the air in the spring of 1988 on channel 48 from a transmitter located east of Farm to Market Road 528 south of Friendswood. In 2002, KTMD was granted permission to move its analog signal to channel 47 in order to operate its digital transmitter on channel 48 in Missouri City rather than Friendswood. The station also cited interference from a station in Bryan. The change to channel 47 occurred November 9, 2002. Noticiero 48 was the name of the station's newscast when it signed on in 1988. It was changed to Noticentro 48 the following year, and back to the original "Noticiero" title in 1991, with a slight change 2002 to Noticiero 47 to reflect its new dial position. In 2010 "Noticiero Telemundo Houston" was launched. Telemundo's parent company NBC-Universal replaced the local newscast with a regional newscast based out of the new Production Center in Dallas. At the time national
    7.00
    3 votes
    110
    WFTS-TV

    WFTS-TV

    • Area Served: Tampa
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFTS, virtual channel 28, is the ABC affiliate television station for the Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida market, owned by The E.W. Scripps Company. It broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 29. Its transmitter is located in Riverview, Florida. WFTS-TV first went on the air on December 14, 1981 as an independent station. Being a flagship of the locally-based Family Group Broadcasting, the station programmed a family-oriented general entertainment format with cartoons, off-network dramas, old movies and religious shows. Its call letters originally stood for Family Television Station. An era of local ownership ended on April 22, 1984, when it was acquired by Capital Cities Communications. It was Capital Cities' first station in Florida, the group's first—and only—independent station, and was also the last station acquired by the group prior to its merger with ABC. The first incarnation of channel 28 was to have been WTSS-TV, an affiliate of the DuMont Television Network in the 1950s. It is very likely that that station never made it to air. Under Capital Cities, the station added more off-network sitcoms and reduced the number of religious shows and dramas on its schedule. In
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    3 votes
    111
    WHRW

    WHRW

    • Area Served: Binghamton
    WHRW (90.5 FM) is Binghamton University's non-profit, student run, free format radio station. Licensed to Binghamton, New York, USA, the station serves the New York college area. The station is currently owned by Binghamton University. The station has operational facilities in and on top of the Glenn G. Bartle Library Tower, and in the SUNY Binghamton Student Union. WHRW is operated by the students of SUNY Binghamton, and interested members of the Greater Binghamton community. WHRW strives to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (which varies with member body size and interest), and broadcasts using a 2,000-watt transmitter at 90.5 MHz on the FM dial. WHRW's member body is made up entirely of volunteers, who become members first by "apprenticing" under a current member for a programming season (typically a school semester or over the summer), then passing a Clearance Exam. Since 1996, station members participate in a "Station Service" program, by which they accrue hours by doing things that benefit the station (auditioning CDs for profanities; cleaning up the studios; doing production work; volunteering in the News Department; and many other things). Those hours are then used to
    7.00
    3 votes
    112
    WSFX-TV

    WSFX-TV

    • Area Served: Wilmington
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WSFX-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for North Carolina's Cape Fear region that is licensed to Wilmington. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 30 (or virtual channel 26.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Town Creek Township. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable, Charter, and ATMC channel 9. There is a high definition feed offered on Charter digital channel 709 as well as Time Warner Cable and ATMC digital channel 920. Owned by American Spirit Media, WSFX is operated through a shared services agreement (SSA) by Raycom Media. This makes it sister to NBC affiliate WECT and the two outlets share studios on Shipyard Boulevard in Wilmington. Syndicated programming on the outlet includes 30 Rock, Two and a Half Men, TMZ on TV, and Family Feud among others. The station signed-on September 24, 1984 as CBS affiliate call sign WJKA. It aired an analog signal on UHF channel 26 leasing space on WWAY-TV's tower in Brunswick County. Prior to WJKA's start-up, Wilmington was one of the few markets in the country without its own CBS affiliate. Future sister station WECT had a secondary CBS affiliation until cable arrived in the area in the 1970s,
    7.00
    3 votes
    113
    WVNY

    WVNY

    • Area Served: Burlington
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WVNY is the ABC-affiliated television station for Vermont's Champlain Valley and Upstate New York's North Country. Licensed to Burlington, Vermont, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 13 (virtual channel 22.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Vermont's highest peak Mount Mansfield. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable, Charter, and Comcast channel 4. A high definition feed is offered on Charter digital channel 704, Comcast digital channel 722, and Time Warner Cable digital channel 889. Owned by Lambert Broadcasting, WVNY is operated by Smith Media, LLC through a local marketing agreement (LMA). This makes it sister to Fox affiliate WFFF-TV and the two share studios on Mountain View Drive in Colchester, Vermont. Syndicated programming on this station includes The Office, Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?, The Dr. Oz Show, and The People's Court among others. WVNY can be seen on analog repeater W09BB channel 9 in Schroon Lake, New York. This station has a transmitter southeast of the town's Severance section and does not have an application to air a digital signal. Like other network stations serving Burlington and Plattsburgh, it has a large
    7.00
    3 votes
    114
    KNBC

    KNBC

    • Area Served: Los Angeles
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KNBC, channel 4, is an owned-and-operated television station of the NBC Television Network, licensed to Los Angeles, California, USA. KNBC's studios and offices are located within the NBC Studios complex in Burbank, California, and its transmitter is located on Mount Wilson. In the few areas of the western United States where viewers cannot receive NBC programs over-the-air, KNBC is available on satellite to subscribers of DirecTV. KNBC is one of two NBCUniversal-owned television stations in Los Angeles; the other is Telemundo outlet KVEA (channel 52). Channel 4 first went on the air on January 16, 1949, as KNBH (for NBC Hollywood). It was the penultimate VHF station in Los Angeles to debut, and the last of the five original NBC-owned stations to sign on. Unlike the other four, KNBH was the only NBC-owned television station which did not benefit from having a sister station on radio. NBC Radio had long been affiliated with KFI in Los Angeles, though that relationship did not extend into television in August 1948 when KFI-TV (channel 9, now KCAL-TV) was launched. When KNBH signed on, it marked the debut of NBC programs on the West Coast. The station changed its call letters to KRCA
    6.00
    4 votes
    115
    WLQP-LP

    WLQP-LP

    • Area Served: Lima
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLQP-LP is the ABC-affiliated television station for Northwestern Ohio that is licensed to Lima. It broadcasts a low-powered analog signal on UHF channel 25 from a transmitter on Rice Avenue in the city. WLQP can also be seen on Time Warner channel 12. Owned by West Central Ohio Broadcasting, the station is sister to low-powered CBS affiliate WLMO-LP and the two are operated through a shared services agreement (SSA) by Block Communications. This makes them sister to NBC affiliate WLIO and all three share studios on Rice Avenue northwest of downtown. Syndicated programming on WLQP includes: The Office, Judge Judy, Judge Mathis, and Judge Joe Brown. This station can also be seen on digital Class A WOHL-CD on UHF channel 35 which transmits at the same location. The station signed-on May 28, 1996 with the calls W18BP as a full-time repeater of sister station WOHL-CA (now WOHL-CD). It aired an analog signal on UHF channel 18. The channel was spun off in 1999 and became a UPN affiliate in 1999 with the calls WLQP-LP. On September 1, 2006, this station became an affiliate of ABC. At one point, WLQP carried America One on secondary basis that was shared with WLMO. This channel had applied
    6.00
    4 votes
    116
    WSHM-LP

    WSHM-LP

    • Area Served: Springfield
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WSHM-LD is the low-powered CBS-affiliated television station for the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Licensed to Springfield, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (PSIP virtual channel 3.5) from a transmitter shared with low-powered Retro Television Network (RTV) affiliate WTXX-LP on Ridge Road in Wilbraham. The station can also be seen on Charter and Comcast channel 3 (hence the on-air branding CBS 3 Springfield). There is a high definition feed offered on Charter digital channel 783 and Comcast digital channel 803. Owned by the Meredith Corporation, WSHM has studios in the Monarch Tower in Springfield's Metro Center/Quadrangle section. Although identified as a separate outlet in its own right, WSHM is considered a semi-satellite of sister station WFSB in Hartford/New Haven, Connecticut. While this station airs all network programming as provided through WFSB, it clears some of its syndicated programming but there are some shows shown at a different time. There are also programs that only air on WSHM while others are only seen on WFSB. Syndicated programming exclusive to this station includes Swift Justice with Nancy Grace and The World's
    6.00
    4 votes
    117
    KIDY

    KIDY

    • Area Served: San Angelo
    KIDY, virtual channel 6, is a television station in San Angelo, Texas, broadcasting locally on digital channel 19 as a Fox affiliate, and is owned by Bayou City Broadcasting. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 19, which maps to its former VHF analog channel 6. While the station's over-the-air analog channel number is 6, it is sometimes referred to as FOX 10 because channel 10 is the station's designation on all cable systems in the area. MyNetworkTV programming can be seen on KIDY's digital subchannel 19.2 (virtual channel 6.2) and is branded as My San Angelo. KIDY began broadcasting on May 12, 1984 as an independent station. It became a charter affiliate of the Fox television network on April 5, 1987. In 2008, KIDY was purchased by Bayou City Broadcasting in a group deal for approximately $3 million. On September 27, 2012, Bayou City Broadcasting announced an agreement to sell KXVA and its seven other television stations to London Broadcasting Company (the sale price initially was not disclosed). The sale marks a temporary exit from the broadcasting industry for the company's owner DuJuan McCoy, who plans on refocusing his company to acquire major network
    8.00
    2 votes
    118
    KOLR

    KOLR

    • Area Served: Springfield
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KOLR is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Ozark Plateau area of southwestern Missouri and northern Arkansas that is licensed to Springfield, Missouri. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 10 from a transmitter on Switchgrass Road north of Fordland. Owned by Mission Broadcasting of Brecksville, Ohio, the station is operated through a local marketing agreement (LMA) by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group as sister to independent staiton KOZL-TV. The two share studios on East Division Street in Springfield. Syndicated programming on KOLR includes: Entertainment Tonight and Judge Judy. At 2,000 feet (609.6 metres) high, its transmitting tower is the second tallest in the United States only 19.2 meters lower than the highest. In the Springfield area the station is carried on Mediacom channel 9. It began full power, high definition broadcasting on January 19, 2007. The station originally aired its digital signal on UHF channel 52. As a result of this channel being on a UHF frequency which would no longer be in use after the June 12, 2009 cutoff date for analog television broadcasting (channels 52 to 69). On April 16, KOLR remained on channel 10 when the
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    2 votes
    119
    WALA-TV

    WALA-TV

    • Area Served: Mobile
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WALA-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for Southern Alabama, Southeastern Mississippi, and the Western Florida Panhandle that is licensed to Mobile. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter in Spanish Fort, Alabama. Owned by LIN Media, the station is sister to CW affiliate WFNA and the two share studios on Satchel Paige Drive in Mobile. In addition to its main studios, it operates secondary facilities on Executive Plaza Drive in Pensacola. The station operates a 24-hour local weather channel known as "Weather Now" on Cox digital channel 698 in that city. It is not offered on Comcast in the Alabama side of the market. WALA came on-the-air for the first time on January 14, 1953 as Mobile's second television station. The first station, WKAB-TV, had been in the UHF band and it went off-air shortly before WALA came on. It was initially locally owned by W.O. Pape along with WALA radio (1410 AM now WNGL). It aired television programs from all four of the major networks of the time (NBC, ABC, CBS, and DuMont). WALA and WKRG-TV (on-air beginning in 1955) shared ABC programs until WEAR-TV went completely to ABC in 1959. During the
    8.00
    2 votes
    120
    WIVT

    WIVT

    • Area Served: Binghamton
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WIVT is the ABC-affiliated television station for the Eastern Southern Tier of Southern Upstate New York and Northern Pennsylvania. Licensed to Binghamton, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 34 from a transmitter at its studios on Ingraham Hill Road southwest of downtown. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 6 and in high definition on digital channel 703. Owned by Newport Television, WIVT is sister to Class A NBC affiliate WBGH-CA and the two outlets share studios. However, master control and some internal operations are based within centralcasting facilities at WSYR-TV's facility on Bridge Street in East Syracuse. Syndicated programming on WIVT includes Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Judge Joe Brown and Judge Judy among others. Alfred E. Anscombe, former General Manager of WKBW-AM-TV in Buffalo, secured a construction permit for Binghamton's third television station on April 25, 1961. He named it WBJA-TV after his wife Beth J. Anscombe. Initially, the station was allocated to UHF analog channel 56. However, five years earlier, two competing ABC affiliates in Northeastern Pennsylvania (WILK-TV channel 34 in Wilkes-Barre and WARM-TV
    8.00
    2 votes
    121
    WVIT

    WVIT

    • Area Served: New Britain
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WVIT, virtual channel 30, is the NBC owned and operated television station for the state of Connecticut, licensed to New Britain. WVIT has its offices and studios located in West Hartford, and transmitter based in Farmington, Connecticut. WVIT signed on for the first time on February 13, 1953 as WKNB-TV, a sister station to WKNB radio (840 AM, now WRYM). The calls stood for Kensington-New Britain. It is Connecticut's second-oldest television station, and the first on the UHF band. It has been an NBC affiliate for nearly all of mit's history. However in its first two and a half years, it carried CBS programming. In 1954, only a year after channel 30 signed on, Hartford and New Haven were combined into a single television market. However, WKNB's signal was not strong enough to cover southern Connecticut at the time--a problem that would hamper channel 30 for almost a quarter-century. As a result, a few CBS programs continued to be seen in the market on New Haven's WNHC-TV (now WTNH) for another year due to this shortfall in channel 30's coverage. In 1955, WKNB dropped CBS and became a primary NBC affiliate. Well into the 1960s, many viewers northeast of Hartford used outdoor VHF
    8.00
    2 votes
    122
    WXXV-TV

    WXXV-TV

    • Area Served: Gulfport
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WXXV-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for the Mississippi Gulf Coast that is licensed to Gulfport. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 48 (or virtual channel 25.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Wire Road East in unincorporated Southeastern Stone County. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 3 and Cable ONE channel 9. There is a high definition feed provided on Comcast digital channel 434 and Cable ONE digital channel 475. Owned by Morris Multimedia, WXXV has studios on U.S. 49 in Gulfport near Lyman. Syndicated programming on the station includes Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Family Guy, How I Met Your Mother, and The Big Bang Theory among others. The station's digital signal is multiplexed. On June 25, 2012, the MyNetworkTV affiliation on 25.2 moved to a new third subchannel in order to make room for the market's first ever locally-based NBC affiliate. The MyNetworkTV affiliation then moved to cable only status. The station signed-on February 14, 1987 as the market's third television outlet (after WLOX and WMAH-TV). Airing an analog signal on UHF channel 25, WXXV was Mississippi's third Independent to launch after WDBD in Jackson
    8.00
    2 votes
    123
    KIAH

    KIAH

    • Area Served: Houston
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KIAH is the CW-affiliated television station in Houston, Texas. The station broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 39 from a transmitter located in unincorporated Fort Bend County (near Missouri City). Owned by the Tribune Company (through its Tribune Broadcasting subsidiary), KIAH maintains studios adjacent to the Westpark Tollway on the southwest side of Houston. The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity and AT&T U-verse channel 5, and in HD on Xfinity channel 605 and AT&T U-verse channel 1005. The station began broadcasting on January 6, 1967 as KHTV (Houston TeleVision). The station took the place of the now-defunct KNUZ-TV, which was a DuMont affiliate during the middle 1950s. It was originally owned by the WKY Television System, a subsidiary of Oklahoma Publishing Company, publishers of Oklahoma City's major daily newspaper, the Daily Oklahoman. After the company's namesake station, WKY-TV, was sold in 1976, the WKY Television System became Gaylord Broadcasting, named for the family which owned Oklahoma Publishing. As Houston's first general-entertainment independent station, KHTV aired a schedule of programs including children's shows, syndicated
    9.00
    1 votes
    124
    KOMO-TV

    KOMO-TV

    • Area Served: Seattle
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KOMO-TV, virtual channel 4, is a television station in Seattle, Washington. It is an affiliate of ABC and broadcasts on digital channel 38. KOMO-TV is the flagship station of Fisher Communications, and its studios and offices are co-located with sister radio stations KOMO (1000 AM and 97.7 FM), KVI (570 AM), and KPLZ-FM (101.5 MHz.) within Fisher Plaza in the Lower Queen Anne section of Seattle, directly across the street from the Space Needle. The station's transmitter is located on Queen Anne Hill. KOMO is one of five local Seattle TV stations seen in Canada on the Bell TV and Shaw Direct satellite providers. Syndicated programming on KOMO includes Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! Both Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! have been on KOMO since 1983 and 1985, respectively. KOMO began operating on December 10, 1953 as an NBC affiliate. Its sister radio station was a long time affiliate of NBC Radio. In 1959, KOMO swapped affiliations with KING-TV and became an ABC affiliate. KOMO nearly lost one of its staff in the volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980. Dave Crockett, who had been with KOMO since 1975, had been covering the mountain every day for three weeks until being
    9.00
    1 votes
    125
    KTTC

    KTTC

    • Area Served: Rochester
    KTTC is the NBC-affiliated television station for the Driftless Area of Southeastern Minnesota and Northeastern Iowa. Licensed to Rochester, Minnesota, the station broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 10 from a transmitter in Ostrander, Minnesota near the Fillmore and Mower County line. The station can also be seen on Mediacom channel 10 and Charter channel 12. There is a high definition feed offered on Charter digital channel 782 and Mediacom digital channel 810. Owned by Quincy Newspapers, KTTC operates the area's Fox affiliate KXLT-TV (owned by SagamoreHill Broadcasting) through a shared services agreement. Both stations share studios on Bandel Road Northwest along US 52 in Rochester. Syndicated programming on this station includes Inside Edition, Judge Judy, The Nate Berkus Show, and The Doctors among others. KTTC can be seen over-the-air through a low-powered translator W50DR-D. Licensed to La Crosse, Wisconsin, this station airs a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 50 from a transmitter at the facilities of ABC affiliate WXOW on County Highway 25 in La Crescent, Minnesota. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: The station launched
    9.00
    1 votes
    126
    KTTV

    KTTV

    • Area Served: Los Angeles
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTTV is the Fox owned-and-operated television station in Los Angeles, California. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 11 from a transmitter atop Mount Wilson. Owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation, KTTV is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KCOP-TV and the two stations share studio facilities at the Fox Television Center in West Los Angeles. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes TMZ on TV, Anderson Live, The Wendy Williams Show, 30 Rock, The Big Bang Theory and The Simpsons. In the few areas of the western United States where a Fox station is not receivable over-the-air, KTTV is available on satellite via DirecTV. KTTV began operations on January 1, 1949, and was operated initially by KTTV, Incorporated, jointly owned by the Times-Mirror Company, publishers of the Los Angeles Times (51 percent), and CBS (49 percent). As such, KTTV was the original Los Angeles affiliate of the CBS television network. During their partnership, the Times turned down at least two offers CBS made to purchase KTTV outright. The joint partnership lasted exactly two years, until January 1, 1951, when CBS sold its stake in channel 11
    9.00
    1 votes
    127
    KTXH

    KTXH

    • Area Served: Houston
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTXH, digital channel 19 (virtual channel 20), is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station in Houston, Texas. It is owned by the Fox Television Stations, a division of the News Corporation, and is one-half of a duopoly with Fox network station KRIV (channel 26). Along with programming from MyNetworkTV, the station also airs cartoons, sitcoms, first run syndicated talk/reality shows, and some paid programming. Although the station does not carry a regular newscast, it will pre-empt its programming for news coverage from either KRIV or the Fox News Channel (both owned by Fox) when situations warrant. KTXH began broadcasting on November 16, 1981, using the on-air branding tagline "20 Vision." Channel 20 became the third independent station in Houston, after KRIV (then owned by Metromedia), and Gaylord Broadcasting's KHTV (channel 39, later KHWB and KHCW and now KIAH). It was also the second station in Texas owned by a group headed by television station entrepreneur Milton Grant. The group launched a similarly-formatted station, KTXA in Fort Worth, in January 1981. It programmed a general entertainment format consisting of cartoons, vintage off-network sitcoms and dramas, old
    9.00
    1 votes
    128
    KXVA

    KXVA

    • Area Served: Abilene
    KXVA (branded on-air as "Fox Abilene") is a full-service television station in Abilene, Texas, broadcasting locally in digital on UHF channel 15 as an affiliate of the Fox network. Founded June 15, 2000, the station is owned by Bayou City Broadcasting. Master control operations for KXVA take place at Bayou City Broadcasting's San Angelo facilities. On June 15, 2000, the Federal Communications Commission granted an original construction permit to former owner Sage Broadcasting Company to build a full-service station to serve the Abilene/Sweetwater/Brownwood television market. It would be the market's fourth full-service station. The station was built quickly, with a planned launch in September or October 2000, but inclement weather caused delays in constructing the tower. On January 9, 2001, several months later than expected, KXVA began broadcasting Fox programming under Program Test Authority. The station obtained its initial broadcast license on February 13, 2002, more than one year after applying for the license. In 2008, KXVA was purchased by Bayou City Broadcasting in a group deal for approximately $3 million. In 2011, a simulcast of KIDZ-CD was added to KXVA as digital
    9.00
    1 votes
    129
    WAFB

    WAFB

    • Area Served: Baton Rouge
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAFB is the CBS-affiliated television station for Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter southwest of Arlington. Owned by Raycom Media, WAFB is sister to Class A MyNetworkTV affiliate WBXH-CA. The two share studios on Government Street in downtown Baton Rouge. Syndicated programming on WAFB includes: Access Hollywood, Friends, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, and The Dr. Oz Show. The station is seen via satellite through DirecTV and Dish Network and on cable TV, Cox Communications and AT&T U-verse. The station's signal is multiplexed. WAFB-DT2 broadcasts programming from Bounce TV, a network targeted at African-Americans age 25-54, that can also be seen on Cox channel 121. On WAFB-DT4 is a full-power standard definition digital signal of MyNetworkTV affiliate WBXH-CA. Due to its Class A status, that station does not broadcast a digital signal of its own. Overnight, WBXH simulcasts WAFB-DT2. The station's digital channel is multiplexed: The station began broadcasting on April 19, 1953 as the second television station in the state of Louisiana. It launched as a television counterpart to local radio stations WAFB-AM
    9.00
    1 votes
    130
    WUDT-LD

    WUDT-LD

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Religious broadcasting
    • Content: Television
    WUDT-CD, in Detroit, Michigan, is a low-power affiliate of the Daystar Television Network. It operates as a digital station on channel 23.1 (mapped to former analog position 23), owned and operated by Daystar. The station took to the air on January 4, 1989, as low-power W05BN on channel 5. It then became WBXD-LP on September 1, 1995, and would later be acquired by Viacom in 2000, with the MTV2 music television network affiliation—all of the properties have since gone to the new CBS Corporation after CBS and Viacom split with Viacom keeping MTV2 and WBXD, while CBS kept CW station WKBD 50 and CBS WWJ-TV 62, the only network duopoly in Detroit (CBS also owns radio stations WWJ AM, WXYT AM/WXYT-FM, WDZH, WYCD and WOMC). On January 30, 2001, the station moved to channel 35 and then to channel 23 on July 12, 2001. Then on June 27, 2002, the station began operating at Class-A status. Viacom later sold WBXD-CA to Equity Broadcasting, who then proceeded to rename the station WUDT-CA. The station went from MTV2 to Univisión in a matter of hours. This move occurred on November 18, 2004. Again as mentioned, Viacom and CBS split very late in 2005. Viacom kept MTV2, but all the broadcast assets
    9.00
    1 votes
    131
    WZTV

    WZTV

    • Area Served: Nashville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WZTV is the Fox-affiliated television station for Nashville, Tennessee. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 15 (remapping to former analog channel 17 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Knob Road north of downtown along I-24. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, the station is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate WUXP-TV (wholly owned by Sinclair) and CW affiliate WNAB (owned by Tennessee Broadcasting but operated by Sinclair through outsourcing agreement). All three share studios on Mainstream Drive along the Cumberland River. Syndicated programming on WZTV includes: How I Met Your Mother, Jeopardy (rare for a Fox affiliate), The Simpsons, and Two and a Half Men, among others. The station originally began broadcasting on August 5, 1968 as WMCV from a small studio in West Nashville. It was the area's first UHF station, as well as the state's first independent station. Not surprisingly with three well-established network affiliates in the market, WMCV did not attract many advertisers and relied mainly on old movies, cartoons, religion, and syndicated fare. Many area households probably did not have sets capable of receiving the station's signal anyway. This was
    9.00
    1 votes
    132
    KSAS-TV

    KSAS-TV

    • Area Served: Wichita
    KSAS-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for Wichita, Kansas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 26 (or virtual channel 24.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Colwich. The station can also be seen on Cox channel 4 and in high definition on digital channel 2004. Owned by Newport Television, the station operates MyNetworkTV affiliate KMTW (owned by the Mercury Broadcasting Company, Inc.) through a local marketing agreement. The two outlets share studios on North West Street in Northwestern Wichita. Syndicated programming on KSAS includes Everybody Loves Raymond, Two and a Half Men, The Dr. Oz Show, and Maury among others. KSAS digital subchannel 24.2 began carrying Antenna TV on August 6, 2012, replacing TheCoolTV. On February 17, 2009, KSAS abandoned its previous analog channel assignment of channel 24, and moved its digital channel assignment to channel 26. However, digital television receivers will continue to display KSAS's virtual digital channel as 24. KSAS operates a network of two full and two low-powered stations covering Central and Western Kansas. The full-powered outlets also offer Antenna TV on second digital subchannels. These stations
    6.67
    3 votes
    133
    KTFQ-DT

    KTFQ-DT

    • Area Served: Albuquerque
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTFQ-DT channel 14 (digital 22) is a television station in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The station is owned by Univisión and runs a Spanish Entertainment format consisting of programming from Univisión's secondary network, TeleFutura. The KTFQ-DT studio is co-located with Entravision, which operates a Joint Sales Agreement for KTFQ-DT and also owns two other stations in Albuquerque, Univisión affiliate KLUZ channel 41 and Home Shopping Network affiliate KTFA-LP channel 48. Channel 14 signed on as KGSW-TV on May 8, 1981. The callsign then was derived from the station's original owners, Galaxy Communications and Southwest Television. Initially the station on channel 14 carried drama shows, movies from the 40's through the 70's, sitcoms, and religious shows. In the Fall of 1983 KGSW added more sitcoms and began running cartoons in the 7-9 a.m. and the 3-5 p.m. weekday slots. In 1984, the Providence Journal Company bought KGSW from the original owners. The station affiliated with the Fox network when the network launched on October 9, 1986. The station continued a general entertainment format with a lot of cartoons, sitcoms, and movies. In the early fall of 1992 when Channel 2 KKTO went
    6.67
    3 votes
    134
    WAVE

    WAVE

    • Area Served: Louisville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAVE is the NBC-affiliated television station in Louisville, Kentucky. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 47 (virtual channel 3.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in New Albany, Indiana (alongside the digital transmitter of CBS affiliate WLKY-TV). Owned by Raycom Media, WAVE maintains studios on South Floyd Street in downtown Louisville. Syndicated programming seen on WAVE includes The Dr. Oz Show, America Now, Extra, Right This Minute and Ellen. This station's digital signal is multiplexed: WAVE-TV shut down analog transmissions on June 12, 2009. The station remained on its pre-transition channel 47. Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display WAVE-TV's virtual channel as 3. WAVE-TV began broadcasting on November 24, 1948, originally on channel 5 using 24,100 watts of power. It was Kentucky's first television station, the 41st in the United States, and was owned by the Norton family, who had begun WAVE-TV (970 kHz, now WGTK-AM) in 1932. At first, it carried programming from all four networks, but was a primary NBC affiliate. WAVE-TV lost CBS in 1950 when WHAS-TV signed on, and lost DuMont programming in 1956 when that network folded, but
    6.67
    3 votes
    135
    WCWJ

    WCWJ

    • Area Served: Jacksonville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WCWJ is the CW-affiliated television station serving Jacksonville, Florida and Brunswick, Georgia. Owned by Nexstar Broadcasting Group, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 34 (virtual channel 17.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter at its studios in the city's Kilarney Shores section. The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 9 and AT&T U-verse channel 17. There is a high definition feed offered on Comcast Xfinity channel 435 and AT&T U-verse channel 1017. Syndicated programming on this station includes Maury, TMZ on TV, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Office, Heartland and Friends. Rust Craft signed channel 17 on the air as ABC affiliate WJKS-TV on February 19, 1966. Before then, ABC had been relegated to off-hours clearances on then-CBS affiliate WJXT and NBC affiliate WTLV. Jacksonville had to wait longer for full network service than other cities of its size, this is because the surrounding suburbs and rural areas are smaller than the city itself. WJKS was bought by Ziff Corporation in March 1979, after acquiring Rust Craft's broadcasting assets for $89.4 million. On March 31, 1980, WJKS and WTLV swapped network affiliations; WJKS joined ABC,
    6.67
    3 votes
    136
    WFTC

    WFTC

    • Area Served: Minneapolis
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFTC, channel 29, (branded My 29) is a MyNetworkTV owned and operated television station licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and serving the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area. WFTC is owned by Fox Television Stations, a division of the News Corporation, which also owns MyNetworkTV and co-located Fox network station KMSP-TV (channel 9). The two stations share studio facilities in Eden Prairie, and a transmission tower in Shoreview. WFTC is also rebroadcast on several low-power stations across Minnesota, and on one full-power station: KFTC (channel 26) in Bemidji, Minnesota, which as of February 5, 2009, is operating as a digital-only station. Prior to joining MyNetworkTV, WFTC was affiliated with the United Paramount Network (UPN), from September 8, 2002 to August 31, 2006. The station signed on air on September 13, 1982 as WFBT (for "Family Bible Television"). It was a Christian station offering a family-oriented lineup consisting of classic reruns and religious programming. On May 6, 1984, the station was sold to the Beverly Hills Hotel Corporation, headed by prominent arbitrageur Ivan Boesky, who changed its call letters to KITN-TV (which stood for Independent Twenty-Nine,
    6.67
    3 votes
    137
    KTXA

    KTXA

    • Area Served: Fort Worth
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTXA, virtual channel 21 (digital channel 29), is an independent television station based in Fort Worth, Texas, and serving the Dallas/Fort Worth designated market area. With its transmitter in Cedar Hill, KTXA is owned by CBS Corporation and is the sister station of CBS outlet KTVT (channel 11). KTXA was originally an independent station until late 1994. From January 1995 to September 2006, KTXA was an affiliate of the United Paramount Network (UPN). On September 16, 2006, following the shut down of UPN, KTXA returned as an independent station, using the branding tagline TXA 21. TXA 21 is the only major independent station as of August 1, 2012 after its competitor KFWD-TV 52 switched affiliates to MundoFox. KTXA began broadcasting on October 6, 1980, and was owned by Grant Broadcasting, with its original studios based in Arlington, Texas (though Fort Worth was always the city of license) near the new Rangers Ballpark. The station ran a general entertainment format of cartoons and sitcoms during the day, while at night it broadcast ON-TV, a subscription TV service. By 1983, KTXA became a full-time general entertainment station which also included old movies and off network dramas.
    5.75
    4 votes
    138
    WAND

    WAND

    • Area Served: Decatur
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAND, virtual channel 17, is an American, NBC-affiliated television station serving the Decatur–Springfield–Champaign area. It is owned by Block Communications. It broadcasts on digital UHF channel 17 from a transmitter near Argenta, with two translators, W31BX-D, in Danville and W40CF-D in Jacksonville, Illinois. WAND began on June 17, 1953 as WTVP, owned by Prairie Broadcasting Company of Decatur and broadcasting from a tower in southwest Decatur. It is the oldest station in central Illinois, and the state's second-oldest station on the UHF band. Initial hopes of carrying programs from all four networks of the time were dashed, and WTVP had to settle for a primary affiliation with ABC and a secondary affiliations with DuMont. It was one of ABC's first fourteen primary affiliates, and one of the few early ABC affiliates on the UHF band that survived the 1950s. Like many stations in medium-sized markets, WTVP initially wasn't able to get a direct network feed. The station had to rely on kinescopes of ABC and DuMont programming from New York City, and the programs often aired two weeks after the live broadcast. By October, however, WTVP was able to get ABC programming live from a
    5.75
    4 votes
    139
    WAPT

    WAPT

    • Area Served: Jackson
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAPT is the ABC-affiliated television station for Central Mississippi that is licensed to Jackson. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (or virtual channel 16.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter at its studios on Leggett Drive (next to Fox outlet WDBD) in unincorporated Hinds County. Owned by Hearst Television, the station can also be found on Comcast channel 4 and Cable ONE channel 12. There is a high definition feed provided on Comcast digital channel 431 and Cable ONE digital channel 455. Syndicated programming on WAPT includes Wheel of Fortune, Judge Judy, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and The Nate Berkus Show among others. In addition, Jeopardy! airs in the Jimmy Kimmel's normal network schedule at 12:07 a.m. The station began broadcasting on October 3, 1970 with ABC's coverage of an University of Mississippi football game; newscasts debuted in 1971. Prior to its debut, ABC was limited to off-hours coverage on NBC affiliate WLBT and CBS affiliate WJTV, even though Jackson had been big enough since the 1950s to support three full network affiliates. In fact, Jackson was one of the largest (if not the largest) markets with only two network stations. It has
    5.75
    4 votes
    140
    KDSM-TV

    KDSM-TV

    • Area Served: Des Moines
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KDSM-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station for Central Iowa licensed to Des Moines. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 16 (or virtual channel 17.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Alleman. The station can also be seen on Mediacom channel 6 and in high definition on digital channel 817. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, KDSM has studios on Fleur Drive in Des Moines. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: Central Iowa's second television station, KGTV, signed-on in 1953 airing an analog signal on UHF channel 17. At the time, all four networks were shoehorned on WOI-TV. KGTV was plagued by financial problems from the start. The Des Moines market is fairly large geographically, and at the time UHF signals didn't travel very far across long distances. It didn't help that very few television sets had UHF capability at the time. As a result, while KGTV should have logically taken the NBC affiliation, that network opted to keep its secondary affiliation with WOI-TV. The death knell for the station sounded a few months after it went on the air, when Palmer Communications, owner of WHO-AM-FM, won a construction permit for WHO-TV (channel 13). As WHO
    7.50
    2 votes
    141
    KGMB

    KGMB

    • Area Served: Honolulu
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KGMB is the CBS-affiliated television station for the state of Hawaii that is licensed to Honolulu. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 23 from a transmitter in Palehua. The station is owned and operated by Raycom Media, who gained ownership of KGMB through a complex (and controversial) shared services agreement with KGMB's former owner, MCG Capital Corporation, an arrangement that saw KGMB leave its longtime on-air home from PSIP channel 9 to channel 5 in October 2009. The station shares studio space with KHNL and KFVE (now owned by MCG Capital) on Waiakamilo Road in Honolulu. Syndicated programming on KGMB includes The Insider, Jeopardy!, America Now, and Frasier. KGMB-TV was the first television station in Hawaii airing its first programs on December 1, 1952. It was owned originally by J. Howard Worrall. They carried programming from all three major networks but was a primary CBS affiliate owing to KGMB-AM's long affiliation with CBS Radio. The station lost NBC when KONA-TV (now KHON-TV) signed-on two weeks later, and lost ABC when KULA-TV (now KITV) launched in 1954. In 1973, a partnership led by future Hawaii congressman Cecil Heftel bought
    7.50
    2 votes
    142
    WFOR-TV

    WFOR-TV

    • Area Served: Miami
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFOR-TV, virtual channel 4.1 (physical digital channel 22), is the CBS owned-and-operated station in Miami, Florida. WFOR shares its TV studio facilities with sister station WBFS-TV (channel 33, Miami's MyNetworkTV affiliate) in Doral, near Miami International Airport, and its transmitter is located in Miramar. WFOR-TV also previously had two translator stations in the Florida Keys: W38AA channel 38 in Marathon and W39AC channel 39 in Key West. Mapale LLC, which has owned them since at least 1979, now has them assigned to Key West's WSBS-TV, making their entire service area redundant. Their "digital companion channels" are licensed separately from the analogs, and have Mapale's own WGEN-TV (also from Key West) listed as their primary station. It is a television station in the South Florida metropolitan area (also known as the Miami metropolitan area) market serving three counties: Miami-Dade County, Broward County, and Monroe County. The station signed on air on September 20, 1967 on channel 6 as WCIX, owned by Coral Television, a subsidiary of General Cinema Corporation. The callsign sounded like the word "six". Channel 6 was originally licensed to Islamorada in the Florida Keys,
    7.50
    2 votes
    143
    WJAR

    WJAR

    • Area Served: Providence
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WJAR is the NBC-affiliated television station for the state of Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts licensed to Providence. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 51 from a transmitter in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Owned by Media General, the station shares studios on Kenney Drive in Cranston with ZGS Communications-owned Telemundo affiliate WRIW-CA and Ion Television O&O affiliate WPXQ-TV. Syndicated programming on WJAR includes: Extra, Rachael Ray, and Ellen. WJAR-TV signed on for the first time on July 10, 1949, broadcasting on channel 11. It was Rhode Island's first television station and the fourth in New England. It was owned by The Outlet Company, a department store chain headquartered in Providence, along with WJAR radio (AM 920, now WHJJ; and FM 95.5, now occupied by WBRU). It moved to channel 10 in 1953. WJAR initially carried programming from all four networks of the time (NBC, ABC, DuMont, and CBS), but has always been a primary NBC affiliate due to WJAR radio's long affiliation with NBC Radio. In 1952, after hearing about repeated instances of interference in Connecticut between WJAR and WPIX New York, the FCC changed the TV allocations
    7.50
    2 votes
    144
    WPGX

    WPGX

    • Area Served: Panama City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPGX is the Fox Network-affiliated television station for the Florida Panhandle that is licensed Panama City. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 9 from a transmitter in the Bennett section of Youngstown. Owned by Raycom Media, the station has studios known as the "Fox Television Center" on Harrison Avenue in a building shared with a Suntrust Bank branch. Syndicated programming on WPGX includes: Two and a Half Men, Judge Judy, Scrubs, and The People's Court. Raycom acquired WPGX from Waitt Media in 2003. For the analog to digital switch in 2009, the station remained on its pre-transition channel number. As of January 2010, ABC affiliate WMBB (who is across the street from WPGX) has begun to produce weather cut-ins for this station. Although there is speculation that station will at some point produce a prime time newscast, WPGX currently broadcasts a news/public affairs program. Known as News View, the show airs weeknights at 9 and is hosted by former Panama City Beach mayor Lee Sullivan. Topics that are covered tend to be presented from a conservative perspective owing to the South's Republican values. In May 2010, WPGX launched a website,
    7.50
    2 votes
    145
    WPWR-TV

    WPWR-TV

    • Area Served: Gary
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPWR-TV, channel 50, is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to Gary, Indiana, and serving the Chicago, Illinois area. WPWR-TV is owned by Fox Television Stations, a division of the News Corporation, and is a sister station to Fox network outlet WFLD (channel 32). WPWR is also shown on Comcast cable channel 8. The two stations share studio facilities in the Chicago Loop, and WPWR's transmitter is located atop the Willis Tower. The station began as a split, two-station operation on April 4, 1982 on channel 60. Fred Eychaner's Metrowest Corporation (later to become Newsweb Corporation), which was the original applicant for the channel 60 license in 1978, launched WPWR-TV with a large percentage of its broadcast schedule dedicated to a new pay television service called Sportsvision, which Eychaner had developed in a deal with Chicago White Sox co-owners Jerry Reinsdorf and Eddie Einhorn. For the service, viewers had to pay for a set top converter and subscription fees to watch their favorite sports teams. However, Sportsvision was not a success and moved to cable in January 1983, eventually becoming SportsChannel Chicago. With Sportsvision gone, Eychaner began running
    7.50
    2 votes
    146
    WTTV

    WTTV

    • Area Served: Indianapolis
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WTTV is the CW-affiliated television station serving Indianapolis and Central Indiana. Licensed to Bloomington, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 48 (virtual channel 4.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on State Road 252 in Trafalgar. The station can also be seen on Bright House Networks and AT&T U-verse channel 4. There is a high definition feed available on Bright House Networks digital channel 704 and AT&T U-verse channel 1004. Owned by the Tribune Company, WTTV is sister to Fox affiliate WXIN and the two stations share studios on Network Place (near 71st Street & I-465) in the northwestern portion of Indianapolis. Syndicated programming on this station includes The People's Court, Everybody Loves Raymond, America's Court with Judge Ross, Seinfeld, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory. Due to its transmitter being located farther south than most Indianapolis area stations, the broadcasting radius of WTTV's digital signal does not reach the entire Indianapolis market. Therefore, WTTV operates Kokomo-licensed satellite station WTTK, operating on UHF channel 29 from WXIN's transmitter on West 73rd Street/Westlane Road on Indianapolis' north side. WTTK
    7.50
    2 votes
    147
    WUVG-DT

    WUVG-DT

    • Area Served: Atlanta
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WUVG-DT is the Univision owned and operated TV station in the greater Atlanta area, on DTV channel 48. WUVG-DT offers a Spanish-language programming format featuring TV news, talk shows, dramas, movies and other first-rate Spanish programming. Its city of license is Athens, Georgia. The station went on air on April 18, 1987 as WNGM-TV with the call sign standing for North Georgia Mountains. Initially the station ran a general entertainment format with cartoons, classic and recent sitcoms, country music blocks of programming, old movies and syndicated first-run shows. The station's transmitter was located 60 miles (nearly 100 km) away from Atlanta, reaching Athens with a grade A signal while sending a very weak signal into eastern metro Atlanta. As a result, many syndicators sold the rights for shows that were already on the Atlanta stations to WNGM. The station provided an alternative to viewers in areas which had moderate VHF reception and poor UHF reception from Atlanta. However, the station floundered in the ratings. By late 1988, the station was running a blend of infomercials, low-rated syndicated shows and movies, and shop-at-home programming. In 1989, after the Home Shopping
    7.50
    2 votes
    148
    CHAT-TV

    CHAT-TV

    • Area Served: Medicine Hat
    • Distributor: JPBG Medicine Hat Tower
    • Content: Television
    CHAT-TV is a privately owned television station serving as an affiliate of the Citytv television system in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. It broadcasts an analogue signal on VHF channel 6 from a transmitter near the Trans-Canada Highway and Range Road 80, northwest of Redcliff. Owned by Jim Pattison Group, the station also operates rebroadcasters in Pivot (CHAT-TV-1, channel 4), Maple Creek, Saskatchewan (CHAT-TV-2, channel 6) and Richmound, Saskatchewan (CHAT-TV-6, channel 4). Its studios are located at 10 Boundary Road SE in Redcliff. This station can also be seen locally on Shaw Cable channel 3 and regionally on Bell TV channel 248. CHAT-TV commenced operations on September 14, 1957, with a power output of 5,700 watts visual power and 3,000 watts aural power, on channel 6. The station was owned by J.H. "Hop" Yuill's Monarch Broadcasting Company Ltd, and was co-owned with local station CHAT AM. CHAT-TV was the fourth television station in Alberta to open, and its launch was presided over by then-premier E.C. Manning. CHAT-TV's first general manager was R.J. "Bob" Buss. The station operated from a modern studio and office building, and transmitted from a 403-foot tower located at
    6.33
    3 votes
    149
    WIAT

    WIAT

    • Area Served: Birmingham
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    WIAT is the CBS-affiliated television station serving Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Anniston and Gadsden, Alabama. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 30 (or channel 42.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located atop Red Mountain, near the southern edge of Birmingham. Owned by LIN Media, WIAT maintains studios on Golden Crest Drive (near Valley Avenue) in southeastern Birmingham. The station can also be seen on Bright House Networks channel 3, Comcast Xfinity channel 9 and AT&T U-verse channel 42. There is a high definition feed offered on Bright House Networks digital channel 623, Comcast Xfinity digital channel 433 and AT&T U-verse channel 1042. Untamed Sports TV was added on a subchannel in 2009. WIAT promotes 42.2 as a separate channel on the air and the station's website. In addition to Untamed Sports, 42.2 also carries live and tape-delayed local high school sports and the Rick and Bubba show. On April 5, 2010, the FCC granted WIAT a construction permit for a digital fill-in translator on their pre-analog allotment Channel 42. The translator will serve the Tuscaloosa area. Although the construction permit for the station was issued in 1956, it did not sign on
    6.33
    3 votes
    150
    WJXT

    WJXT

    • Area Served: Jacksonville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WJXT is an independent television station serving Florida's First Coast that is licensed to Jacksonville. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 42 (virtual channel 4.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in the city's Kilarney Shores section. Owned by Post-Newsweek Stations, WJXT maintains studios at 4 Broadcast Place on the southbank of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville. The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 3 and AT&T U-verse channel 4. There is a high definition feed offered on Comcast Xfinity channel 437 and AT&T U-verse channel 1004. Syndicated programming on this station includes The Dr. Oz Show, Steve Harvey, Criminal Minds, The Big Bang Theory, Private Practice and 30 Rock. The station signed on September 15, 1949 under the callsign WMBR-TV, becoming the second television station in Florida and the first station in the state that was licensed outside of Miami. It was co-owned alongside WMBR radio (1400 AM, now WZAZ; and 96.1 FM, now WEJZ). The station was a primary CBS affiliate, alongside secondary affiliations with the DuMont Television Network, NBC and ABC. In 1953, the Washington Post Company purchased the television and radio
    6.33
    3 votes
    151
    WRMD-LP

    WRMD-LP

    • Area Served: Tampa
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WRMD-CD is a low-powered, Digital Class-A Telemundo station. The station had its start in the early-1990s on channel 57 as a Channel America affiliate, which didn't last long in Tampa. Shortly afterward, ZGS acquired the station, which they used to launch Telemundo into Tampa Bay. Telemundo was on channel 57 until the early-2000s, when they relocated to channel 49, to make room for WTTA's new digital signal on channel 57. WRMD airs Telenoticias de Puerto Rico at 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. It also airs 1 minute local weather breaks throughout the day and Florida Lottery drawings. On Sunday August 14, 2011, the station launched its first program locally-produced by the station, Holaciudad teve!, broadcast Sundays at 6PM; the 30-minute weekly show will feature a magazine-style look at the people, places and issues within the region. WRMD is seen in Hillsborough County on Bright House channel 13. In 2004, it was expanded to other Bright House Systems in the Tampa Bay market. In Pinellas County, it can be seen on channel 95. It is also seen in Pinellas County on Knology channel 123. WRMD is also seen on Verizon FIOS channel 18 and locally on DirecTV.
    6.33
    3 votes
    152
    WVLA

    WVLA

    • Area Served: Baton Rouge
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WVLA-TV, virtual channel 33, is the NBC-affiliated television station for Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It transmits its digital signal on UHF channel 34. It is owned by White Knight Broadcasting, but it is controlled by ComCorp. and is sister station to the area's Retro Television Network affiliate, KZUP-CD. WVLA also shares facilities and staff with WGMB-TV and WBRL-CD. WVLA's transmitter is located near Addis, Louisiana. The station is seen via satellite through DirecTV and Dish Network and on cable Cox Communications and AT&T U-verse. The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Digital channels WVLA had carried NBC Weather Plus as channel 33.2, a digital subchannel, before that network ceased national operation on December 1, 2008. From 2008 until September 2012, the subchannel carried This TV before WVLA lost the affiliation to WBTR, a sister station to rival WBRZ. Channel 33.2 currently airs rebroadcasts of NBC 33 News and the radar. WVLA-TV shut down analog transmission on June 12, 2009. The station remained on its current pre-transition channel 34. However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display WVLA-TV's virtual channel as 33. The station first signed on
    6.33
    3 votes
    153
    KATC

    KATC

    • Area Served: Lafayette
    KATC, virtual channel 3, is the ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Lafayette, Louisiana; the station is owned by Cordillera Communications, the television subsidiary of the Evening Post Publishing Company. Its transmitter (which became operational on November 6, 2007) is located near Branch, Louisiana. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: Prior to June 14, 2010, KLWB was a CW affiliate. It had since moved to KATC 3.2. On June 12, 2009, KATC turned off its analog transmitter and began broadcasting exclusively in digital; its digital signal remained on its pre-transition channel 28, using PSIP to display KATC's virtual channel as 3. The station began operations on September 19, 1962, and was locally owned by Acadian Television Company; through the 1970s and 1980s, the station was a sister station to New Orleans' CBS affiliate WWL-TV under the ownership of Loyola University New Orleans. In 1984, Loyola divested their broadcast properties, with WWL going to a group of station employees and KATC going to investment firm Merrill Lynch and eventually being sold to Cordillera. In 1993, the station joined other ABC affiliates, including WBRZ in Baton Rouge, in not airing
    8.00
    1 votes
    154
    KSDK

    KSDK

    • Area Served: St. Louis
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSDK is the NBC-affiliated television station in St. Louis, Missouri. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 35 (virtual channel 5.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Shrewsbury. Owned by the Gannett Company, the station maintains studios on the corner of Market & 10th Streets in downtown St. Louis. Syndicated programs seen on the station include Jeopardy!, CSI: Miami, The Dr. Oz Show, Ellen and Wheel of Fortune. KSDK's digital signal on UHF channel 35 is multiplexed: In addition to being carried on digital subchannel 5.2, "First Alert Weather 5" (which is affiliated with The Local AccuWeather Channel) is carried locally on Charter Communications digital channel 127. The channel debuted in June 2005 as an affiliate of NBC Weather Plus (under the name "NewsChannel 5 Weather PLUS"), before affiliating with The Local AccuWeather Channel in December 2008, after NBC Weather Plus discontinued operations. As part of the analog television shutdown and digital conversion, KSDK shut down its analog transmitter on June 12, 2009, and continued to broadcast its digital signal on its pre-transition digital channel 35. However, through the use of PSIP, digital television
    8.00
    1 votes
    155
    WCMH-TV

    WCMH-TV

    • Area Served: Columbus
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WCMH-TV, channel 4, is a television station in Columbus, Ohio, affiliated with the NBC television network and owned by Media General. The station's studios and transmitter are located in Columbus. NBC-4 broadcasts from its studio and office complex near the Ohio State University on Olentangy River Road. Until 2011, WCMH broadcast partly from a studio in downtown Columbus, a remote studio that was located at the corner of High and Broad Streets and was called "NBC 4 on the Square". It included a large window behind the anchor desk that allowed the camera to capture the activity of the downtown workday. Columbus' first television station began operations on April 3, 1949 as WLWC on channel 3. The station's original owner was the Cincinnati-based Crosley Broadcasting Corporation, a division of the Avco Company. Crosley also owned WLW radio and WLWT television in Cincinnati, as well as WLWD television (now WDTN) in Dayton. Together these stations comprised the "WLW Network", and they emphasized their connection to each other within their on-air branding: the Columbus station was known as WLW-C. Like all of the WLW television stations in Ohio, WLWC was an NBC affiliate, though it
    8.00
    1 votes
    156
    WGAL

    WGAL

    • Area Served: Lancaster
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WGAL is the NBC-affiliated television station for South Central Pennsylvania that is licensed to Lancaster. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 8 from a transmitter near U.S. 30 north of Hallam. The transmitter site and tower is also where WGAL's radio partner, WROZ "101.3 The Rose" (which once had the WGAL-FM call sign) transmits their signal from. Owned by Hearst Television, the station has studios on Columbia Avenue (PA 462) in Lancaster. Syndicated programming on WGAL includes The Nate Berkus Show, Rachael Ray, Dr. Phil, The Dr. Oz Show, Entertainment Tonight, and Access Hollywood. The station can also be seen on cable channel 5 and HD channel 808. The station's signal is multiplexed. On WGAL-DT2, Comcast digital channel 248, and Verizon FiOS digital channel 460 is This TV. Due to problems receiving the main channel 8 signal in many areas, WGAL has applied for six low-powered "fill-in" translators. If any stations sign on, they would be given the same callsign and facility ID as the main station. WGAL-TV began operations on March 18, 1949 on channel 4 as the fourth television station in Pennsylvania and the first outside Philadelphia beating WDTV (now
    8.00
    1 votes
    157
    WJRT-TV

    WJRT-TV

    • Area Served: Flint
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WJRT-TV, channel 12, (branded ABC12) is the ABC-affiliated station for the Flint/Tri-Cities television market, owned by SJL Broadcasting. Its studios are located in Flint, Michigan, with offices and a second newsroom for the Tri-Cities located in Saginaw. The station broadcasts with 30 kilowatts of power from a 286 metres (938 ft) high tower located on Burt Rd (near Bishop Rd) in Albee Township, Michigan. WJRT-TV is the only station in the Flint/Tri-Cities market that is headquartered in the city of Flint, and in turn tends to focus its local news stories on Flint and Genesee County, with a secondary emphasis on the Tri-Cities. WJRT-TV was founded in 1958 by Goodwill Stations, the owner of WJR in Detroit at the time. That company won out over two other companies seeking to operate channel 12, the Trebit Corp. (which owned WFDF) and W.S. Butterfield Theatres, Inc. Channel 12 initially wanted to place its transmitter in Independence Township, Michigan. When it was learned that Independence Township was located in Oakland County, part of the Detroit television market, Goodwill settled on placing the tower in Albee Township in southwestern Saginaw County; the transmitter remains there
    8.00
    1 votes
    158
    WTCN-CA

    WTCN-CA

    • Area Served: West Palm Beach
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WTCN-CA is the Class A MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for the Gold and Treasure Coasts of South Florida. Licensed to Palm Beach, it broadcasts an analog signal on UHF channel 50 from a transmitter in unincorporated Martin County southwest of I-95. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 15 (hence the on-air branding My 15 WTCN-TV). Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, WTCN is sister to CBS affiliate WPEC, CW affiliate WTVX, and Class A Azteca América affiliate WWHB-CA. Both of the Class A outlets and WTVX share studios on Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard in West Palm Beach while WPEC maintains a separate facility on Fairfield Drive in Mangonia Park (with a West Palm Beach postal address). Syndicated programming on this station includes Family Guy, American Dad!, King of the Hill, and Swift Justice with Jackie Glass among others. Due to its Class A status, WTCN does not currently broadcast a digital signal of its own. However, there is one offered on WTVX's third digital subchannel to serve as that purpose. On May 24, 2012, the FCC granted WTCN-CA a construction permit to flash-cut its signal to digital on channel 43. The station began broadcasting on January 11, 1991
    8.00
    1 votes
    159
    WMTW-TV

    WMTW-TV

    • Area Served: Poland
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WMTW, channel 8, is a television station licensed to Poland Spring, Maine, USA which serves as the ABC affiliate for the Portland, Maine television market. WMTW is owned by Hearst Television, a subsidiary of the New York City-based Hearst Corporation, and has studio facilities along the Maine Turnpike in Auburn and in the Time and Temperature Building on Monument Square in downtown Portland. WMTW's transmitter is located in West Baldwin, Maine. WMTW shares common coverage areas with three other sister stations: WNNE in Hartford, Vermont; and fellow ABC affiliates WCVB-TV in Boston and WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire. WMTW-TV signed-on September 25, 1954 as the third television station in the Portland market. It aired an analog signal on VHF channel 8 under the ownership of Mount Washington Television, a group that included former Maine Governor Horace Hildreth. It has always been an ABC affiliate although it aired some DuMont programming for a year. The station's sign-on made Portland one of the smallest markets in the United States with three network affiliates on the analog VHF band. WMTW is also the longest-tenured primary ABC affiliate in New England. The station
    5.25
    4 votes
    160
    CHWI-TV

    CHWI-TV

    CHWI-DT (branded on-air as CTV Two Windsor) is the CTV Two owned-and-operated television station serving Windsor, Ontario, Canada that is licensed to Wheatley. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 16 from a transmitter on Zion Road (between Concession Line Roads 4 and 5) in Chatham-Kent. Owned by Bell Media, its primary studios are located on the corner of Ouelette Avenue and University Avenue West in Downtown Windsor with a secondary office in Chatham. This station can also be seen on Cogeco Cable channel 6 and in high definition on digital channel 803. It is not currently available on Comcast in Detroit or Bright House Networks in Livonia, Michigan. After being threatened with closure in early 2009, recent CRTC decisions to increase funding for local stations across Canada are expected to allow CHWI to remain on the air. Baton applied to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) for a licence on for the Wheatley area, to serve both Chatham and Windsor with an independent local television station. This application was related to, and directly dependent on, Baton's purchase of CFPL-TV London and CKNX-TV Wingham from The
    7.00
    2 votes
    161
    KQTV

    KQTV

    • Area Served: Saint Joseph
    KQTV is the ABC-affiliated television station for northwestern Missouri and northeastern Kansas that is licensed to Saint Joseph. Owned by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 7 (or virtual channel 2.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located at its studios near the intersection of Faraon Street and Woodbine Road on the east side of Saint Joseph. This station can also be seen on Suddenlink channel 10 in and in high definition on digital channel 610. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes Live! with Kelly, Dr. Phil, Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune and Friends. KQTV runs the entire ABC network schedule, with the exception of overnight news program World News Now, as it is one of the few remaining American television stations that continues to sign off during the overnight hours, it does so nightly from 1:35 to 5 a.m. Although KQTV serves as the primary ABC affiliate for the Saint Joseph market, the network's Kansas City affiliate KMBC-TV is considered an alternate ABC affiliate for the area as its transmitter provides a city-grade off-air signal in Saint Joseph proper, and it is available carried KQTV on cable and
    7.00
    2 votes
    162
    KTVD

    KTVD

    • Area Served: Denver
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KTVD is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station in Denver, Colorado. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 19 (virtual channel 20.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Lookout Mountain (near Golden). Owned by the Gannett Company, KTVD is sister to NBC affiliate KUSA and both stations share studios on East Speer Boulevard in Denver's Speer neighborhood (to the immediate southeast of the studios shared by KWGN-TV and KDVR). The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 5, with a high definition feed offered on digital channel 657. Syndicated programming seen on KTVD includes The King of Queens, The People's Court, The Wendy Williams Show, Judge Mathis, According to Jim and 30 Rock. This station's digital signal is multiplexed: KTVD carried Universal Sports on its second digital subchannel, moving to the station from KUSA's 9.3 subchannel in January 10, 2011 to balance out the bandwidth of both stations. Universal Sports transitioned from a digital multicast network into a cable and satellite service on January 1, 2012, resulting in KTVD replacing the network with classic television programming from Me-TV. Prior to KTVD's sign on, the channel 20
    7.00
    2 votes
    163
    New Hampshire Public Television

    New Hampshire Public Television

    • Area Served: New Hampshire
    New Hampshire Public Television is a television company and public broadcasting state network in New Hampshire, licensed to the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) and is part of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). Established in 1959, its broadcast center is located on the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, New Hampshire. NHPTV is overseen by a 21-member board of directors, which is a governing board authorized by subcommittee the USNH Board of Trustees. NHPTV is available over the air in nearly 75 percent of New Hampshire, and is available on a limited set ofcable television providers in parts of Massachusetts (including Boston), Maine (including Portland), and Vermont (including the Barre/Montpelier area). Flagship station WENH is available on DirecTV and Dish Network's Boston feeds as well; Comcast systems in Massachusetts dropped New Hampshire Public Television effective October 8th, 2012. NHPTV's three signals are multiplexed. Because the state is split between the Boston, Portland, and Burlington/Plattsburgh markets, nearly all NHPTV viewers also receive another PBS station on cable or satellite (in some cases more than one). For much of its history,
    7.00
    2 votes
    164
    WAGA-TV

    WAGA-TV

    • Area Served: Atlanta
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAGA-TV, virtual channel 5.1 (RF digital channel 27) is an owned-and-operated television station of the News Corporation-owned Fox television network. Licensed to serve Atlanta, Georgia and broadcasting to all of metro Atlanta, its TV studios, transmitter, and tower are located together on Briarcliff Road in unincorporated Druid Hills in DeKalb county near Emory University, immediately northeast of the Atlanta city limit. The station airs on channel 4 (digital HDTV 804) on Comcast cable TV systems in the area, a remnant of co-channel RF interference and ghosting problems involving signal leakage into cable systems near high-power television stations in the analog TV era, with Comcast's channel 5 carrying Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters. Despite being owned by Fox, and not carrying any other digital subchannels, sister network MundoFox actually airs locally on channel 26.1 from WTBS-LP. WAGA-TV first began operations on March 8, 1949. It was originally owned by Storer Broadcasting along with WAGA radio (AM 590, now WDWD; and WAGA-FM 102.9, now WVEE at 103.3), all colloquially called "Wagga". It is Atlanta's second-oldest station, signing on seven months after WSB-TV (channel 2).
    7.00
    2 votes
    165
    WCNC-TV

    WCNC-TV

    • Area Served: Charlotte
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WCNC-TV is the NBC affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina. It broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 22 (virtual channel 36) and is carried on cable channel 6 on most area cable systems. It is owned by the Belo Corp. Its studios are located in the Wood Ridge Center office park, off Billy Graham Parkway in south Charlotte just east of the Billy Graham Library, at 35°11′9.3″N 80°53′50.7″W / 35.185917°N 80.897417°W / 35.185917; -80.897417, and its transmitter is located in north-central Gaston County, North Carolina. WCNC's studios are next door to NBC News' satellite news feed headquarters, NBC News Channel. WCNC's programming is repeated on low-powered translator W30CR-D (formerly W29BC) in Biscoe, North Carolina. The first station on the channel 36 frequency in Charlotte signed on in December 1953, and was known as WAYS-TV and then WQMC-TV. However, it made no headway against WBTV (channel 3) because television set manufacturers were not required to include UHF tuning capability. It left the air in March 1955. A plan to return it to the air under different ownership in 1957 was unsuccessful. Cy Bahakel bought the station's license in 1964 and returned it to the air as
    7.00
    2 votes
    166
    WFLX

    WFLX

    • Area Served: West Palm Beach
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFLX ("Fox 29") is the Fox-affiliated television station for the Gold and Treasure Coasts of South Florida. Licensed to West Palm Beach, the station broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 28 (or virtual channel 29) from a transmitter in Lake Worth west of US 441/SR 7. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 11 and in high definition on digital channel 434. The station is owned by Raycom Media, and is operated through a shared services agreement with local NBC affiliate WPTV-TV, which was announced in March 2011. WFLX currently shares studios with WPTV on South Australian Avenue in Downtown West Palm Beach. WFLX programming includes the full Fox lineup; Syndicated programming including How I Met Your Mother, The Simpsons, The Office, and Family Feud. Its newscasts are produced by WPTV. WFLX began operations in 1982 as the West Palm Beach market's first Independent. The station was owned by Malrite Communications and ran a programming lineup typical of independent stations at the time—early-morning cartoons, late-morning religious programming, movies in early-afternoons/primetime, classic sitcoms in the late-afternoon, and current sitcoms during
    7.00
    2 votes
    167
    WHRO-TV

    WHRO-TV

    • Area Served: Hampton
    WHRO-TV digital channel 15 is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member Public television station for Hampton Roads, Virginia (the Norfolk–Portsmouth–Newport News television market DMA). The station is licensed to both Hampton and Norfolk with the studios at the Public Telecommunications Center for Hampton Roads next to the campus of Old Dominion University in Norfolk. Its transmitter is located in Suffolk, Virginia. It is owned by the Hampton Roads Educational Telecommunications Association (HRETA), a consortium of 18 Hampton Roads and Eastern Shore school systems—Accomack, Gloucester, Isle of Wight, Mathews, Middlesex, Sussex, Southampton, Northhampton and York counties and the independent cities of Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Poquoson, and Williamsburg. The station signed on September 27, 1961, as the first educational station licensed in Virginia. The channel 15 position was previously occupied by then-NBC and now current ABC affiliate WVEC-TV, now on channel 13). It was a member of National Educational Television. Only two years later, it moved to its current facility in Norfolk, which was heavily renovated in 1990. Eight
    7.00
    2 votes
    168
    WLBZ

    WLBZ

    • Area Served: Bangor
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLBZ is the NBC-affiliated television station for Central and Eastern Maine licensed to Bangor. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 2 from a transmitter on Rider Bluff in Holden. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 3 and in high definition on digital channel 702. Owned by Gannett, the station has studios on Mount Hope Avenue in Bangor. Although identifying as a separate station in its own right, WLBZ is considered a semi-satellite of sister station WCSH in Portland. While that station airs all network programming provided through WCSH, it clears most of that station's syndicated programming but there are some shown at a different time. There are also programs that only air on WLBZ while some are only seen on WCSH. Syndicated programming exclusive to this station includes Dr. Phil. WLBZ also airs separate station identifications and commercials. Although WLBZ and WCSH are based in different locations and technically serve separate markets, the two essentially operate as one station. With their combined resources, the stations provide statewide coverage not offered by any other outlet in Maine. On Time Warner Cable and Dish Network,
    7.00
    2 votes
    169
    WUFT

    WUFT

    • Area Served: Gainesville
    WUFT channel 5 is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member Public television station owned by the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. WUFT first signed on the air November 10, 1958; the Gainesville television market is unique in that a public television station is the market's oldest television station. (Gainesville's first commercial television station, WCJB-TV, did not sign on until the 1970s.) It serves a 16-county area which includes the cities of Gainesville and Ocala, and is also available on cable in Jacksonville. WUFT-TV broadcasts local newscasts staffed and produced by students in the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. WUFT-TV broadcasts two main newscasts, along with a variety of special reports and half-hour specials. "First Edition", currently a six-minute newscast, airs weekdays at noontime for 100 shows per year. "News 5" (the main newscast, formerly known as "WUFT News", "Report 5" and "Evening News") is a half-hour weekday newscast at 6:30pm which airs 200+ days per year. WUFT rebranded in August 2010, calling itself "Florida's 5". The channel moved its evening newscasts from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. WUFT's digital channel is
    7.00
    2 votes
    170
    WVIR-TV

    WVIR-TV

    • Area Served: Charlottesville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WVIR-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Charlottesville and Harrisonburg, Virginia. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 32 from a transmitter on Carters Mountain south of Charlottesville. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 4 and in high definition on digital channel 211. Owned by the Waterman Broadcasting Corporation, WVIR has studios on East Market Street (US 250 Bus) in Downtown Charlottesville. Syndicated programming on the station includes: Wheel of Fortune, Live! with Kelly and Michael, Jeopardy! and Dr. Phil. The station also serves as one of four default NBC affiliates for the Harrisonburg/Staunton market along with Washington, D.C.'s WRC-TV, Richmond's WWBT and Roanoke's WSLS, since that market doesn't have an NBC affiliate of its own. It signed-on March 11, 1973 as the first television station based in Charlottesville and second outlet (after WHSV-TV) between Richmond and Roanoke. In 1986, Waterman Broadcasting purchased the station. Until August 15, 2004, it was the only full-power commercial outlet in the Charlottesville market affiliated with a major network with outside stations being seen on cable and over-the-air.
    7.00
    2 votes
    171
    KSPR

    KSPR

    • Area Served: Springfield
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSPR, virtual channel 33, is the ABC-affiliated television station for the Ozark Plateau area of Southwestern Missouri that is licensed to Springfield. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 19 from a transmitter in Fordland. Owned by Perkin Media, it is operated by Schurz Communications of South Bend, Indiana through a shared services agreement (SSA) as sister station to NBC affiliate KYTV and low-powered CW affiliate K15CZ. All three share studios on West Sunshine Street in Springfield. On June 12, 2009, KSPR abandoned its analog channel 33 and moved to channel 19 when the analog to digital conversion was completed. KSPR originally signed on-the-air March 9, 1983 as Springfield's first independent station. However in 1986, ABC dropped its affiliation with KDEB-TV (now KOZL-TV) and gave it to KSPR. On September 21, 2006, Piedmont Television announced that it would sell KSPR to Perkin Media, LLC. Under the agreement, Schurz Communications took over KSPR's operations under a shared services agreement. It remained at its studios on East Saint Louis Street in Springfield. Perkin Media took over ownership of the station on August 28, 2007. On September 9, the
    6.00
    3 votes
    172
    WFMY-TV

    WFMY-TV

    • Area Served: Greensboro
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFMY-TV (digital channel 51, virtual channel 2) is a television station in Greensboro, North Carolina. Owned by the Gannett Company, WFMY is the CBS affiliate for the Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem (also known as the Piedmont Triad) area. WFMY's studios are located on Phillips Avenue northeast of downtown Greensboro, and its transmitter is located in Randleman, North Carolina. The station began operation on September 22, 1949 as the second television station in North Carolina, just a few months after fellow CBS affiliate WBTV in Charlotte. It was owned by the Greensboro News Company, publishers of the Greensboro Daily News and Daily Record (now merged as the Greensboro News & Record). The News Company had put WFMY-FM on the air in 1947, but it removed the station from the air in the early part of the 1950s, eventually selling the license around 1955 to another party. The new owner put it back on the air as WQMG-FM (97.1), which retains those calls to the present day. It aired programs from all four networks (CBS, NBC, ABC, and DuMont), but has always been a primary CBS affiliate. NBC moved to WSJS-TV (now WXII-TV) when it signed on in 1953. WFMY also shared ABC with WSJS until
    6.00
    3 votes
    173
    KINC

    KINC

    • Area Served: Las Vegas
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KINC is a full-service television station serving Las Vegas, Nevada as a Univision affiliate, broadcasting on digital channel 16, which maps via PSIP to the station's former analog channel, Channel 15. KINC is also rebroadcast in Laughlin, Nevada on KNTL-LP channel 47 and in Mesquite, Nevada on KWWB-LP channel 45. The station is owned by Entravision Communications and was the highest-rated Spanish language station in southern Nevada as of August 2006. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) granted an original construction permit on May 22, 1992, to Tierra Alta Broadcasting, Inc., to build the Las Vegas area's newest full-service television station. Originally, the station was approved for 5000 kW to broadcast on UHF channel 15 and acquired the call sign KZIR in November, 1993. In 1995, Tierra Alta Broadcasting made several changes to its construction permit: moving its transmitter to the KFBT (now-KVCW) tower, reducing its power to 1145 kW, and changing its call sign to KINC. The station made its debut in January 1996 and was licensed the following November. The station's analog facilities would not change again until the analog shutdown in June 2009. Tierra Alta Broadcasting
    5.67
    3 votes
    174
    KWHY-TV

    KWHY-TV

    • Area Served: Los Angeles
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KWHY-TV, channel 22, is a Spanish-language, Mundo Fox Affiliate located in Los Angeles, California, USA. KWHY-TV is owned by the Meruelo Group, a Los Angeles-based real estate and investment firm. The station's transmitter is on Mount Wilson. KWHY is the west coast flagship station for Mundo Fox, which launched on August 1, 2012. Channel 22 in Los Angeles started life as KBIC in 1954 (but never aired anything but a test pattern). In 1962, the station changed hands and was known as KIIX, airing a schedule of entirely black-oriented programming, before going off the air on September 22, 1963. On March 21, 1964 the station returned to the air as traditional independent KPOL-TV (John Poole), sister station to KPOL radio, with a minimal schedule consisting of old movies and syndicated programming. It was sold again in 1966 to the Robert W. Bunn family who changed the call letters to KWHY-TV and was operated by Coast Television Corporation. Together with Quotron, who then provided all brokerage houses with real time stock market information, launched the first business news service for television. (At one time, it grew to a 12-station network, including affiliates in New York and
    5.67
    3 votes
    175
    WJYS

    WJYS

    • Area Served: Chicago
    WJYS is an independent television station serving the Chicago, Illinois metropolitan area that is licensed to Hammond, Indiana. It broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 36 (or virtual channel 62.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located atop the Willis Tower in the Chicago Loop. Owned by Oxford Media Group, WJYS maintains studios located in Tinley Park, Illinois. The station can also be seen on RCN channel 10, WOW! channel 13, Comcast Xfinity channel 17 in the suburbs (channel varies by location), 18 in Chicago and AT&T U-verse channel 62. The station's programming primarily features religious programming, along with paid programming (including long-form direct response and turnkey automobile dealer programs, programs advertising local businesses and other infomercials. WJYS carries some locally-produced programming, some of which (such as JBTV) that have a hard time getting distribution, can pay to air for on-air promotion in order to gain a potential viewer base. WJYS' digital signal is multiplexed and the station leases its digital subchannels to other networks. Channel 62.2/36.2 is leased to First United Inc. who owns WEDE-CA, a low-power station in the
    5.67
    3 votes
    176
    KUTP

    KUTP

    • Area Served: Phoenix
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KUTP is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station in Phoenix, Arizona. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 26 (virtual channel 45.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop South Mountain on the city's south side. Its signal is relayed across northern Arizona through a small network of six translators. Owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation, KUTP is sister to Fox owned-and-operated KSAZ-TV and both stations share studios on the west end of Downtown Phoenix's Copper Square district. This station can also be seen on channel 9 on most Phoenix area cable systems. Syndicated programming on KUTP includes Family Guy, 30 Rock, Divorce Court, The Wendy Williams Show, The Big Bang Theory and My Name Is Earl. KUTP was granted an original construction permit on December 20, 1984, and began broadcasting as an independent station on January 1, 1986. The station was originally owned by Chris-Craft Industries subsidiary United Television. It ran a general entertainment format consisting of cartoons, drama shows and old movies. It eventually added off-network sitcoms, as well as first-run talk and reality shows. The station was granted its initial
    6.50
    2 votes
    177
    KWGN-TV

    KWGN-TV

    • Area Served: Denver
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KWGN-TV is the CW-affiliated television station in Denver, Colorado. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 34 (virtual channel 2.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Lookout Mountain (near Golden). Owned by the Tribune Company, KWGN is operated by Local TV, LLC through a local marketing agreement, making it sister to Fox affiliate KDVR. Both stations share studios on East Speer Boulevard in Denver's Speer neighborhood (to the immediate northwest of KMGH-TV's studios). The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 2, with a high definition feed offered on digital channel 656. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes Friends, Seinfeld, Maury, The Steve Wilkos Show, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory. KWGN is available to subscribers of the Dish Network direct broadcast satellite service throughout the United States as part of its superstations package and on cable television providers in parts of the western United States. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: On June 12, 2009, KWGN turned off its analog transmitter and converted its broadcasts exclusively to digital television, remaining on its pre-transition UHF
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    2 votes
    178
    WAWS

    WAWS

    • Area Served: Jacksonville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WAWS is the Fox-affiliated television station for Florida's First Coast that is licensed to Jacksonville. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 32 (virtual channel 30.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Hogan Road in the city's Southside section. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 10 and in high definition on digital channel 434. Owned by Newport Television, WAWS operates CBS affiliate WTEV-TV (owned by High Plains Broadcasting, Inc.) through joint sales and shared services agreements. The two outlets share studios on Central Parkway in Jacksonville's Southside section. Syndicated programming on this station includes How I Met Your Mother, Family Feud, Two and a Half Men, That '70s Show, Family Guy, The Simpsons and The Doctors. The station signed-on February 15, 1981 as Jacksonville's first Independent outlet. Airing an analog signal on UHF channel 30, it used the call sign WAWS-TV which were sequentially assigned by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The station's original owner was Malrite Television and it had a general entertainment format of cartoons, movies, sitcoms, and drama shows. The call letters were modified by dropping the
    6.50
    2 votes
    179
    WMVS

    WMVS

    • Area Served: Milwaukee
    WMVS (Channel 10) is a public television station located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Its signal covers most of southeastern Wisconsin, including the cities of Racine, Kenosha, Sheboygan, and Waukesha. WMVS is a non-commercial educational public television broadcasting station, and is a member of Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). WMVS' owner, Milwaukee Area Technical College, also owns sister Milwaukee PBS member station WMVT. Both stations together refer to themselves collectively as Milwaukee Public Television. The stations are separate from the Wisconsin Public Television state network owned by the University of Wisconsin Extension which serves the rest of the state, although WMVT runs that station's instructional television programming, and MATC/MPTV coordinate instructional television efforts for their broadcast area. 2007 marked the 50th anniversary of WMVS (and Milwaukee Public Television in general). WMVS's digital signal is on Channel 8 and carries a 720p signal for WMVS's main schedule on 10.1. Formerly, WMVS-DT was carried on digital channel 35, the home of WMVT-DT, due to interference issues with Grand Rapids' WOOD-TV's channel 8 analog signal until a channel shuffle on
    6.50
    2 votes
    180
    KGO-TV

    KGO-TV

    • Area Served: San Francisco
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KGO-TV, channel 7, is an owned-and-operated television station of the Walt Disney Company-owned American Broadcasting Company, based in San Francisco, California. Its studios are located in the ABC Broadcast Center on Front and Vallejo streets in downtown San Francisco, while its transmitter is atop the iconic Sutro Tower, located between Mount Sutro and the Twin Peaks in central San Francisco, along with the Bay Area's other major television stations. Until April 18, 2011, the station was viewable in the Salinas/Santa Cruz/Monterey Bay area exclusively via cable and satellite. For antenna viewers, KGO-DT was available over-the-air on RF channel 24 until the digital transition. It has since returned to RF channel 7. In the few areas of the western United States where viewers cannot receive ABC programs over-the-air, KGO is available to Dish Network customers as part of All American Direct's distant network package. The station signed on the air for the first time on May 5, 1949, as Northern California's second-oldest TV station, behind Associated Broadcasters' KPIX (channel 5, later sold to Westinghouse Broadcasting). In fact, KPIX had a hand in getting KGO-TV on the air, as the
    7.00
    1 votes
    181
    KUVE-DT

    KUVE-DT

    • Area Served: Tucson
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KUVE-DT is a full-service television station in Green Valley, Arizona, broadcasting to the Tucson metropolitan area in digital on UHF channel 46 as an affiliate of Univisión. Founded October 31, 1988, the station is owned by Univisión, and has its main transmitter atop Mount Bigelow in the Santa Catalina Mountains, northeast of Tucson. The station also operates an analog repeater in Tucson, KUVE-CA channel 38, broadcasting from the Tucson Mountains to the west of downtown and serving the northwest parts of the metropolitan area shielded from the primary station by Mount Lemmon. On October 31, 1988, the FCC granted a permit to Sungilt Corporation to construct a full-service television station on UHF channel 46 to serve Green Valley and surrounding area. The station at first was identified by its application ID, 830311KN, and did not receive call letters until nearly two years later, in September 1990, when it took the call letters KXGR. After twelve years, five expired construction permits and two transmitter location changes, the station applied for its license on December 21, 2000 and signed on as a Pax TV affiliate on January 5, 2001, pursuant to Program Test Authority. However,
    7.00
    1 votes
    182
    WBMM

    WBMM

    • Area Served: Montgomery
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WBMM is the CW-affiliated television station for Central Alabama's Black Belt area that is licensed to Tuskegee. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 22 from a transmitter in unincorporated southwestern Bullock County along the Pike County line. The station can also be seen on Bright House Networks channel 9, Charter channel 14, and Knology channel 19. Owned by Bahakel Communications, WBMM is sister to CBS affiliate WAKA and ABC affiliate WNCF. However, the latter is actually owned by SagamoreHill Broadcasting but operated by Bahakel through a shared services agreement (SSA). Currently, WBMM and WNCF share studios on Harrison Road in North Montgomery while WAKA maintains a separate facility on Eastern Boulevard/U.S. 80/U.S. 231 in South-Central Montgomery. Even though it is a full-powered outlet, WBMM is part of the national CW Plus programming service. The station has a website typical of CW Plus affiliates with some custom, localized content. The station can also be seen over-the-air on WNCF's second digital subchannel. This can be seen on UHF channel 32.2 from a transmitter in Gordonville. The station signed-on September 17, 1999 as a Pax affiliate
    7.00
    1 votes
    183
    WBXH-CA

    WBXH-CA

    • Area Served: Baton Rouge
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WBXH-CA is the Class A MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It broadcasts an analog signal on UHF channel 39 from a transmitter southwest of Arlington. Owned by Raycom Media, the station is sister to CBS affiliate WAFB. The two stations share studios on Government Street in downtown Baton Rouge. Syndicated programing on WBXH includes: Family Guy, South Park, Everybody Hates Chris, and Seinfeld. Due to its Class A status, WBXH does not broadcast a digital signal of its own. Instead, there is a full power standard definition one offered on WAFB's forth digital subchannel (VHF channel 9.4). Overnight, WBXH simulcasts WAFB-DT2 which is a 24-hour local weather channel known as "WAFB 24/7 Weather". The station is seen via satellite through Dish Network and on cable Cox Communications and AT&T U-verse. It is not available on DirecTV. WBXH began broadcasting in 1995 and was owned by the Box LP Group who owned low-power affiliates of The Box music channel across the United States. In 2001, it became an affiliate of MTV2. The station operated on UHF channel 46 until WAFB signed-on its digital signal on the same channel in 2002. This led WBXH to change
    7.00
    1 votes
    184
    WGN-TV

    WGN-TV

    • Area Served: Chicago
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WGN-TV is the CW-affiliated television station in Chicago, Illinois. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 19 (virtual channel 9.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop the Willis Tower. The station maintains studios on Bradley Place in the city's North Center neighborhood. Owned and operated by the Tribune Company since its inception, WGN Television is one of several flagship properties owned by the company, alongside radio station WGN (720 AM); the Chicago Tribune (whose slogan, "World's Greatest Newspaper", was the basis for the call letters used by both stations); and local news and weather channel Chicagoland Television (CLTV), which shares resources from both WGN-TV and the Chicago Tribune. It is also a pioneering superstation and continues to program WGN America, an alternate feed for United States cable and satellite subscribers, which is not available to Comcast Xfinity, RCN, WOW! and AT&T U-verse subscribers in the Chicago area despite vast differences in program offerings, but is available in the market through satellite providers DirecTV and Dish Network. The station's longtime slogan, "Chicago's Very Own" (which has been used since 1983), was the
    7.00
    1 votes
    185
    WPEC

    WPEC

    • Area Served: West Palm Beach
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPEC is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Gold and Treasure Coasts of South Florida. Licensed to West Palm Beach, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 13 from a transmitter in Lake Worth along U.S. 441/SR 7. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, the station is sister to The CW affiliate WTVX, Class A MyNetworkTV affiliate WTCN-CA and Class A Azteca América affiliate WWHB-CA. WPEC's studios are located on Pioneer Road in Mangonia Park (address says Fairfield Drive). Syndicated programming on WPEC includes: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, The Doctors, and Live! with Kelly and Michael. From 1996 until 2012, WPEC was the flagship television station of Freedom Communications. WPEC carried a local Spanish language channel known as "Hola TV" on its subchannel. On September 12, 2011, WPEC dropped Hola TV, and began simulcasting programming from its main channel on 12.2 in 4:3 standard definition. The station signed-on as an ABC affiliate with the call letters WEAT-TV on January 1, 1955. Its first studios were on the 12th floor of the Harvey Building on Datura Street in Downtown West Palm Beach. On January 27, 1974, the WEAT calls were changed to the
    7.00
    1 votes
    186
    WUPW

    WUPW

    • Area Served: Toledo
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WUPW is the Fox-affiliated television station for Northwestern Ohio that is licensed to Toledo. It broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 36 from a transmitter in Oregon. Owned by American Spirit Media, the station is operated by Raycom Media under a shared services agreement, making it a sister station with local CBS affiliate WTOL. The station went on-air September 22, 1985 as an Independent with an analog signal on UHF channel 36. The station originally had the call sign WDMA-TV but was changed to its present-day calls before its first sign-on. Originally, WUPW was owned by a consortium of local investors and private companies. It became a charter Fox affiliate on October 6, 1986. It was sold to Atlanta-based Ellis Communications in 1993. Three years later, that company was sold to a group led by the Retirement Systems of Alabama who merged with Aflac's broadcasting group to form Raycom Media. After Raycom acquired the Malrite Communications Group in 1999 (which owned NBC affiliate WNWO-TV), WUPW was spun-off to Sunrise Television due to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules at the time prohibiting common ownership of two stations in the same market. WNWO was
    7.00
    1 votes
    187
    KSL-TV

    KSL-TV

    • Area Served: Salt Lake City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSL-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station in Salt Lake City, Utah. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 38 (virtual channel 5.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located west of the city on Farnsworth Peak. Owned by Bonneville International Corporation, which in turn is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), it is a sister station to KSL radio (1160 AM and 102.7 FM). The TV and radio properties operate from the Broadcast House building at the Triad Center in downtown Salt Lake City. KSL-TV operates a large network of rebroadcast transmitters that extend its coverage throughout Utah, as well as portions of Arizona, Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming. KSL-TV is also related to KBYU-FM and KBYU-TV in Provo through Brigham Young University, which is also owned by the LDS Church. This station's digital signal is multiplexed: On June 12, 2009, KSL shut down its analog transmitter and converted its television broadcasts exclusively to digital, remaining on its pre-transition UHF channel 38. However, through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display KSL's virtual channel as the station's former analog channel 5. On January 1,
    5.33
    3 votes
    188
    WFTT-DT

    WFTT-DT

    • Area Served: Tampa
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFTT-DT is the Telefutura affiliate for Tampa Bay, owned by Univision and operated by Entravision, owners of WVEA-TV. The station, which broadcasts on UHF channel 50 (digital 47), is based at WVEA's studios on Hillsborough Avenue in Tampa, and transmits from Riverview. WFTT can be seen on cable throughout the Bay Area on Bright House channel 5, and on Comcast in Sarasota County on channel 23. WFTT's digital signal transmits on channel 47. WFTT signed on in 1988 as WBHS, the flagship station of the Home Shopping Network, running its programming 24 hours a day. HSN programming was supplemented with locally produced public affairs and human interest briefs for four and a half minutes each hour, which exceeded the number of hours independent stations provided local programming (over 12 broadcast hours a week, counting repeats). Sundays were devoted to required children's programming, including 1970s shows like "New Zoo Revue", to expose them to a younger audience. WBHS's original owner was HSN's broadcasting arm Silver King Broadcasting. In 1993, Barry Diller and Universal acquired HSN, renaming it USA Broadcasting. USA originally had plans for a new chain of independents on these
    5.33
    3 votes
    189
    KESQ-TV

    KESQ-TV

    • Area Served: Palm Springs
    KESQ-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station for Southern California's Coachella Valley licensed to Palm Springs. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF Channel 42 from a transmitter on Edom Hill in Cathedral City. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable Channel 3 and in high definition on digital Channel 603. Owned by the News-Press & Gazette Company, it is sister to Class A CBS affiliate KPSP-CD, Class A Fox affiliate KDFX-CA/DC, low-powered CW affiliate KCWQ-LP/LD, and low-powered Telemundo affiliate KUNA-LP/LD. All five stations share the same studios on Melanie Place in Palm Desert. Syndicated programming on KESQ includes Access Hollywood, Extra, Inside Edition, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show among others. The station can be seen over-the-air on analog translator K27DS Channel 27 licensed to Yucca Valley. This has a translator west of Morongo Valley in the San Bernardino National Forest along the San Bernardino and Riverside County line. Along with other major Coachella Valley television stations, KESQ identifies itself on-air using its cable designation (News Channel 3 HD) rather than its over-the-air channel position. The unusual practice stems in
    6.00
    2 votes
    190
    WADL

    WADL

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WADL is an independent television station for the Detroit metropolitan area that is licensed to Mount Clemens, Michigan. Owned by Adell Broadcasting Company, it broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 39 (or virtual channel 38.1 via PSIP) from a directional transmitter located in the vicinity of its studios near 15 Mile Road and Gratiot Avenue (near Interstate 94) in the Charter Township of Clinton. The station's signal reaches across Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, St. Clair, Washtenaw and Wayne counties in Michigan, and Essex and Lambton counties in the Canadian province of Ontario (including the cities of Windsor, Ontario and Flint, Michigan). WADL began operation in 1989, after having filed for a broadcasting license on September 25, 1985. The station was founded by Kevin Adell and his father the late Franklin Z. Adell. Its original programming blocks were filled with mostly Home Shopping Network programs, religious shows and other paid programming, classic movies and hourly blocks of the syndicated music video show Hit Video USA. In 1990, it began running several hours of syndicated shows. WADL is considered "The 5 Million Watt
    6.00
    2 votes
    191
    WMYD

    WMYD

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WMYD is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for Southeast Michigan licensed to Detroit. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (PSIP virtual channel channel 20) from a transmitter on Eight Mile Road in Oak Park along the Oakland and Wayne County line. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 3 and in high definition on digital channel 235. Owned by the Granite Broadcasting Corporation, the station has studios on Franklin Road in Southfield. However, master control and some traffic responsibilities originate from central casting facilities at sister stations ABC affiliate WPTA and NBC affiliate WISE-TV on Butler Road in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Syndicated programming on WMYD includes: Family Guy, The Office, Friends, House of Payne and The 700 Club. It also carries Fox's Saturday morning infomercial block, Weekend Marketplace, that its owned-and-operated station WJBK chooses to pre-empt. The station's digital signal is multiplexed. WMYD formerly carried the Universal Sports on a second digital subchannel from October 2007 until August 2008, later a standard definition simulcast of the main MyNetworkTV programming was send on subchannel 20.2.
    6.00
    2 votes
    192
    WREX-TV

    WREX-TV

    • Area Served: Rockford
    WREX, channel 13, is the NBC television affiliate serving the Rockford, Illinois, US area. It is the market's only full-powered VHF station and is Rockford's second oldest television station. Its studios and transmitter are located at Auburn and Winnebago Roads, west of Rockford and north of Winnebago. The station has been owned by Quincy Newspapers, Inc. of Quincy, Illinois since 1995. WREX operates Stateline CW 14, a digital broadcast affiliate of The CW Television Network via The CW Plus. Stateline CW is seen on channel 14 on most Rockford area cable systems, as well as on WREX's digital subchannel 13.2. From 2004 until 2007, WREX produced a 9 o'clock newscast on the CW. WREX's signal reaches as far away as Madison, Milwaukee's southwestern suburbs, and northern suburbs of Chicago. WREX began operation on October 1, 1953, as an affiliate primarily of CBS and secondarily of ABC and DuMont. The station's call letters were selected in honor of Rex N. Caster, the son of the station's founding shareholder and president L.E. Caster. Rex Caster was a First Lieutenant in the United States Army who was killed in France during World War II. Besides serving its immediate area, WREX
    6.00
    2 votes
    193
    WUTB

    WUTB

    • Area Served: Baltimore
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WUTB, digital channel 41 (virtual channel 24.1), is the MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated television station for Baltimore, Maryland. Its transmitter is located near Gilson Park in Catonsville. The station has studios on Seton Drive in Baltimore near the city and county line. Syndicated programming on WUTB includes: The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Everybody Loves Raymond, The Office, My Name Is Earl, Divorce Court, and Judge Alex. WUTB is the only Fox-owned MyNetworkTV affiliate not part of any Fox/MyNetworkTV duopoly, and therefore the only standalone MyNetworkTV station under network ownership. The station is one of two network owned-and-operated stations in Baltimore alongside CBS affiliate WJZ-TV. On March 1, 1967, WMET-TV began broadcasting on channel 24 as the first UHF signal in Baltimore touted as "Baltimore's fourth television station" in the Baltimore Evening Sun on March 3. It was a low-budget and low-powered station that was sister to WFAN in Washington, D.C. Both stations were owned by United Broadcasting (which is unrelated to the United Television that was owned by Chris-Craft Industries that later owned channel 24). The original channel 24 was headquartered in
    6.00
    2 votes
    194
    KQCA

    KQCA

    • Area Served: Sacramento
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KQCA is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for Sacramento, California, USA. Licensed to Stockton, the station broadcasts a digital-only signal on UHF channel 46. KQCA's transmitter is located northeast of Walnut Grove. The station is owned by Hearst Television as part of a duopoly with NBC affiliate KCRA-TV. The two stations share studios located on Television Circle in Downtown Sacramento. KQCA is known on-air as My 58. As a result of the duopoly, local rights to syndicated shows such as The Oprah Winfrey Show and Access Hollywood are shared between KCRA and KQCA. Other shows currently airing on KQCA that are not on KCRA are Cheaters, The Office, Friends, The Jerry Springer Show, Maury, How I Met Your Mother, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Brothers & Sisters, Stargate: Universe, Stargate: Atlantis, Friends, The Simpsons, American Chopper, Deadliest Catch and That '70s Show. From September 5, 2006 to September 21, 2009, KQCA did not follow the 8 to 10 pm primetime MyNetworkTV schedule like other affiliates of the network. Instead, the station aired network programming from 7 to 9 pm and The Oprah Winfrey Show from 9 to 10 pm
    5.00
    3 votes
    195
    KARZ-TV

    KARZ-TV

    • Area Served: Little Rock
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KARZ-TV is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for Central Arkansas. It is licensed to Little Rock. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 42 from a transmitter on Shinall Mountain near the Chenal Valley section of Little Rock. Owned by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group, the station is sister to NBC affiliate KARK-TV (channel 4) and the two share studios on West Capitol Avenue in Downtown. KARZ-DT's high definition signal is also carried on Comcast digital cable channel 436 and AT&T U-verse channel 1042 in the Little Rock market. KARZ-TV requested to transmit in digital only, effective June 12, 2009. After it shut down its analog signal on that date, the rescheduled completion date of the nationwide analog television shutdown, KARZ-DT remained on its pre-transition digital channel number, 44, using PSIP to display its virtual channel as 42. The station's digital signal used to be multiplexed. It broadcasted former sister stations KKYK on subchannel 42.2 and KHUG-LP (an LAT TV affiliate) on 42.3. This ended on February 1, 2009 when Nexstar gained control of the station. In 2008, Equity allowed Little Rock's ABC affiliate KATV to temporarily take over
    5.50
    2 votes
    196
    KNSO

    KNSO

    • Area Served: Merced
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KNSO ("Telemundo Fresno") is a television station in the Fresno, California area, and a station of the Telemundo network. The station is owned by NBCUniversal and operated by ZGS Communications. The station operates on digital VHF channel 11.1 (virtual channel 51.1) KNSO signed on the air in 1996 under the ownership of Sainte Partners II, L.P.. It aired religious programs in the mornings and Asian programming in the afternoons, as well as California Music Channel. These programs were largely simulcast from KTSF-TV in San Francisco. In July 1998, KNSO signed a local marketing agreement with Pappas Telecasting-owned KMPH-TV, who affiliated the station with The WB. This lasted until January 1, 2001, when KNSO switched to Telemundo; KMPH them moved its LMA arrangement and the WB affiliation to KFRE-TV. NBC bought the station in May 2003. In March 2004, KNSO moved its studios from McKinley Rd to the North Fresno area, at 30 River Park Place. The station also implemented an advanced operational environment, making KNSO one of the most advanced television stations in the country. This experimental operation system allowed for a "limited intervention" master control center, which involves
    5.50
    2 votes
    197
    WTVW

    WTVW

    • Area Served: Evansville
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WTVW is a primary independent and secondary Me-TV affiliated television station in Evansville, Indiana. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 28 (virtual channel 7.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter near Chandler. Owned by Mission Broadcasting, WTVW is operated through a shared services agreement by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group (the station's owners from 2003 to 2011). This makes it sister to ABC affiliate WEHT and both stations share studios on Marywood Drive in Henderson, Kentucky. Syndicated programming on WTVW includes Inside Edition, Family Feud, The Simpsons, The Big Bang Theory, Steve Harvey and Judge Judy. This station can also be seen on Insight and WOW! channel 8. There is a high definition feed offered on Insight digital channel 910 and WOW! digital channel 808. Before becoming an independent station, WTVW was the market's Fox affiliate from December 3, 1995 to June 30, 2011; before that, it served as Evansville's original ABC affiliate from its August 21, 1956 sign-on to December 2, 1995. With a lack of network affiliation and much syndicated high definition programming, WTVW's signal now airs in a 4:3 form of 720p stretching the image to fit a
    5.50
    2 votes
    198
    KFWD

    KFWD

    • Area Served: Fort Worth
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KFWD, virtual channel 52.1 (digital channel 9), is a MundoFox-affiliated television station in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, broadcasting from a transmitter in Cedar Hill, Texas. The station is under ownership of HIC Broadcast, Inc. It is also seen on channel 14 through Verizon FiOS, most Time Warner Cable and Charter Cable locations, and channel 52 on AT&T U-Verse, DirecTV, & Dish Network. After WFAA moved its digital broadcast from channel 9 to channel 8 on 12 June 2009, KFWD moved its digital broadcast from channel 51 to channel 9 using PSIP to display KFWD's virtual channel as 52. KFWD signed on in 1988 as a Telemundo affiliate. From that day to late 2000, KFWD signed off during the overnight hours every night. It lost the affiliation when Telemundo's owner, NBC, bought KXTX in 2001 and moved the affiliation to that station on January 1, 2002. During KFWD's final month as a Telemundo affiliate, they aired English-language infomercials in the morning and overnight hours. KFWD then picked up English programming dropped by both KXTX and KSTR (Real TV reruns, and Access Hollywood), which became a Telefutura affiliate. The station also included live sporting events including the
    4.67
    3 votes
    199
    KAKE

    KAKE

    • Area Served: Wichita
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KAKE, channel 10, is an ABC-affiliated television station based in Wichita, Kansas. The station is owned by Atlanta, Georgia-based Gray Television. KAKE is also the flagship station of the KAKEland Television Network, a statewide network of full-power stations, low-power stations, and translators relaying ABC network programming across central and western Kansas. The station's studios are located on West Street in Wichita, and its transmitter is located near Colwich, Kansas. Its distinctive call sign is pronounced "cake", however the station has been branded as "KAKEland", after the aforementioned statewide relay network, since July 2011. On February 17, 2009, KAKE turned off its analog signal on channel 10 and moved its digital signal from UHF channel 21 to its pre-transition analog channel assignment of VHF channel 10. On September 8, 2012, Me-TV was added to subchannel 10.2. To reach the 69-county audience of the Wichita/Hutchinson-Plus DMA, KAKE extends its over-the-air coverage area through a network of eight full-power, low-power, and translator stations encompassing the majority of Kansas, the KAKEland Television Network. KUPK, in Garden City, houses the Western Kansas
    6.00
    1 votes
    200
    KCBS-TV

    KCBS-TV

    • Area Served: Los Angeles
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KCBS-TV, channel 2, is an owned-and-operated television station of the CBS Television Network, located in Los Angeles, California. KCBS-TV shares its offices and studio facilities with sister station KCAL-TV (channel 9) inside CBS Studio Center in the Studio City section of Los Angeles, and its transmitter located atop Mount Wilson. It is also co-owned locally with CBS Radio's KAMP-FM, KCBS-FM, KNX, KROQ-FM, KRTH and KTWV but they are based in a separate facility located in the Mid-Wilshire district. In the few areas of the western United States where viewers cannot receive CBS programs over-the-air, KCBS is available on satellite to subscribers of DirecTV. KCBS-TV ended programming on its analog signal, on VHF channel 2, and switched to analog nightlight at 1:10 P.M. on June 12, 2009, as part of the DTV transition in the United States. KCBS-TV moved its digital broadcasts from channel 60 to channel 43 using PSIP to display KCBS-TV's virtual channel as 2. KCBS broadcasts in 1080i high definition on virtual channel 2.1, since CBS Network programming uses that HD format. KCBS-TV is one of the oldest television stations in the world. It was created by Don Lee Broadcasting, which
    6.00
    1 votes
    201
    KELO-TV

    KELO-TV

    • Area Served: Sioux Falls
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KELO is the CBS-affiliated television station in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, broadcasting on VHF digital channel 11. Branded as "KELOland" since 1954, many South Dakotans pronounce its call letters as a homonym of "hello". The station's studios are located on Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls, while its transmitter is located near Rowena, South Dakota. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: KELO began broadcasting its digital signal on March 6, 2003, becoming the first full-powered digital signal in South Dakota. On June 12, 2009 at 9:30 p.m. CT (8:30 p.m. MT), KELO-TV discontinued regular analog programming, and the station and its satellites KPLO, KDLO and KCLO all converted to a digital-only signal. KDLO was originally scheduled to shut down its analog signal and broadcast in digital only on February 17, 2009, while KELO, KPLO and KCLO's broadcasts would become digital-only effective June 12, 2009; however, the FCC rejected Young Broadcasting's petition for early termination of analog broadcasts on KDLO-TV. MyUTV is carried on digital subchannels of KELO, KDLO, and KPLO (digital subchannels 13.2, 3.2 and 6.2, respectively). It is currently affiliated with the
    6.00
    1 votes
    202
    KFRE-TV

    KFRE-TV

    • Area Served: Fresno
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KFRE-TV (pronounced "K-Free") is the CW affiliate for the Fresno, California market. It broadcasts on digital UHF channel 36. The station is a sister station of KMPH-TV. KFRE-TV is owned by Titan Broadcast Group. The station is licensed to Sanger, with studios in Fresno and a transmitter in Auberry. KFRE-TV began in 1985 as independent station KMSG-TV. The station ran Spanish programming in the afternoons and evenings as well as English-language religious programs about 6 hours a day in the mornings. It ran mostly English-language home shopping shows overnight. The Spanish programming came from Net Span, the nation's second Spanish-language network. Net Span changed its name to Telemundo in 1987, and a year later the English programs disappeared from channel 59's schedule. On January 1, 2001, as a result of Telemundo moving its affiliation to KNSO, that station dropped its LMA with KMPH, and KMSG became KMPH's new LMA partner. The station also picked up the WB network and changed its call letters to KFRE-TV, branding itself on-air as "WB 59". The KFRE calls had originally been on what is now KFSN-TV from 1956 to 1971. The WB had aired on three stations in the Central Valley before
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    KRCR-TV

    KRCR-TV

    • Area Served: Redding
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KRCR-TV (branded as NewsChannel 7, formerly known as "Channel 7R") is an ABC affiliated television station serving the northern Sacramento Valley of California, including the towns of Redding and Chico. Its studios are located in Redding, where the station is licensed. Its transmitter is located atop Shasta Bally. KRCR also operates a satellite, KAEF-TV, which serves the North Coast and the cities of Eureka and California. The station's digital channels are multiplexed: Digital channels Digital channels KAEF is currently broadcasting in HD and continues as a partial repeater of KRCR. It is now available on Suddenlink Cable in Eureka. KRCR still does not broadcast local newscasts in HD (or even widescreen SD) and no future plans have been announced. On August 23, 2011, Disney-ABC Television Group announced that KRCR and KAEF will carry Live Well Network, a lifestyle-oriented digital broadcast network, as part of an affiliation agreement with Bonten Media Group; the network was added to a new third digital subchannel, but is broadcasting in a SD format. KRCR-TV ended programming on its analog signal on VHF channel 7, on June 12, 2009, as part of the DTV transition in the United
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    WJJA

    WJJA

    • Area Served: Racine
    WMLW-TV is an independent television station serving Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin. Licensed to Racine, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 48 (virtual channel 49.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Milwaukee's Lincoln Park. Owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, WBME is sister to CBS affiliate WDJT-TV, Telemundo affiliate WYTU-LP and Me-TV affiliate WBME-CA, and all four share studios on South 60th Street in Milwaukee (near West Allis). The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable and AT&T U-verse channel 7. There is a high definition feed available on Time Warner Cable channel 982. Channel 49 signed on the air on January 27, 1990 as WJJA, an affiliate of the Home Shopping Network. The station was founded by Joel Kinlow, a minister in Milwaukee who also owns Elm Grove-based WGLB (1560) (the WJJA calls stood for Joe, Joel and Arvis, all members of the Kinlow family that owned and operated WJJA as one of the few minority-owned stations in the United States). By 1995, WJJA had dropped HSN for The Military Channel (an operation unrelated to the current Discovery Networks channel of the same name). Kinlow dropped them the next year, and returned
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    WLWT

    WLWT

    • Area Served: Cincinnati
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLWT, virtual channel 5, is a television station located in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. WLWT is an affiliate of the NBC television network and is owned by Hearst Television, a subsidiary of the Hearst Corporation. The station's studios are located in the Mount Auburn neighborhood of Cincinnati. WLWT was established by the Crosley Broadcasting Corporation, owners of WLW radio (700 AM), one of the United States' most powerful radio stations. Crosley Broadcasting Corporation was a subsidiary of the Crosley Corporation, which became a subsidiary of the Aviation Corporation (later Avco) in 1945. After airing experimentally from 1946 as W8XCT on channel 1, the station began commercial broadcasts on February 9, 1948 on channel 4. The station's studios were housed with WLW in the Crosley Square building, a converted Elks lodge in downtown Cincinnati. WLWT counts itself as the first station outside the Eastern U.S. (other than network-owned stations) to join the NBC television network as a primary affiliate, but originally carried programming from all the major television networks of the time: NBC, ABC, CBS and DuMont. WLWT later affiliated exclusively with NBC in 1949, after WKRC-TV and WCPO-TV
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    WNFM

    WNFM

    • Area Served: Fort Myers
    "WNFM" is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for Southwest Florida. The call sign is fictional as it is a cable-only station. It broadcasts exclusively on Comcast channel 8 (hence the My TV 8 branding) and is operated from the company's Southwest Florida headquarters south of Naples Manor on Tower Road along SR 951/Collier Boulevard. Syndicated programming on the station includes: My Name Is Earl, South Park, Scrubs, and Judge Mathis. WNFM and WAMY-TV in Huntsville, Alabama are the only MyNetworkTV affiliates that have fictional call letters. It is also the largest cable-only MyNetworkTV affiliate. This station began on January 11, 1995 as a WB affiliate. It aired exclusively on MediaOne channel 10 (then Southwest Florida's cable provider) and was not available over-the-air. It used the fictional call letters "WSWF" and was known on-air as "WB 10". In March 1998, WSWF switched affiliations with WTVK (now WXCW) and became a UPN affiliate. However, anyone in the market that did not have cable could not get "TV 10" as it was later called, so UPN made an affiliation deal with low-powered WEVU-LP which would allow for additional coverage over-the-air. Several months later,
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    WSB-TV

    WSB-TV

    • Area Served: Atlanta
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WSB-TV, virtual channel 2.1 (digital channel 39), is the ABC affiliate in Atlanta. It is the flagship television station of Cox Enterprises and its Cox Media Group subsidiary. Its offices and TV studios are located at the WSB Television and Radio Group building in Midtown Atlanta at 1601 West Peachtree Street, along with the offices and studios of sister radio stations WSB AM 750, WSB-FM 98.5, WSBB FM 95.5, WSRV FM 97.1, and WALR-FM 104.1 (all of which transmit from other sites). It is also co-owned with the daily publisher The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which is based from a separate facility in the suburb of Dunwoody. In the Atlanta area, it is broadcast on channel 3 on local area cable systems (cable channel 2 is held by Christian independent station WATC-DT). The WSB-TV transmission tower is located immediately adjacent to Freedom Parkway, east of downtown Atlanta and just southwest of the Carter Center. It is so close to the highway that one of its three sets of guy wires passes over the road. Because freezing rain may accumulate in winter storms (especially since the tops of towers are colder than at ground level), the road is covered by a "tunnel" to prevent heavy ice
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    WUAB

    WUAB

    • Area Served: Lorain
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WUAB, identified on-air as "My43 The Block, WUAB", is the MyNetworkTV affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio. The station is licensed to the suburb of Lorain, and it shares a studio in downtown Cleveland with sister station WOIO, Cleveland's CBS affiliate. Its transmitter is located in Parma, Ohio. The station also serves as the default MNTV affiliate for Erie, Pennsylvania, and is available on most cable systems in northwest Pennsylvania (although WUAB is presently absent from Time Warner's City of Erie lineup). Current programming on WUAB includes Anderson Live, Maury, The Insider, Inside Edition, Two and a Half Men, and Dish Nation Prior to 1995, WUAB was one of the leading independent stations in the country; it was Cleveland's UPN affiliate from 1995 to 2006. The station, along with WOIO, is currently owned by Raycom Media and are the largest stations in that group. WUAB had the humblest of beginnings. United Artists Broadcasting (owned by the studio with the same name, then a Transamerica property) was its original owner, bringing the station to life on September 15, 1968. Eddie Manheim of Marcus Advertising handled the first promotions for the station and the Cleveland billboards read
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    KXAN-TV

    KXAN-TV

    • Area Served: Austin
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KXAN-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Austin, Texas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 (PSIP virtual channel 36) from a transmitter in the West Austin Antenna Farm north of West Lake Hills. Owned by the LIN TV Corporation, the station is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KBVO and CW affiliate KNVA. All three share studios on West Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard between the Clarksville section of Austin and the University of Texas at Austin campus. Syndicated programming on KXAN includes: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, The Doctors and Rachael Ray. On February 12, 1965, KHFI began broadcasting as "KHFI-TV" on channel 42. It was owned by the Kingsbury family along with KHFI radio (AM 970, now KOKE-FM at 99.3 FM; and 98.3 FM, now at 96.7 FM). KHFI was the second television station in Austin, signing on a little more than twelve years after KTBC-TV (channel 7). It logically should have signed-on as Austin's NBC station, since up to that time all three networks had been shoehorned on KTBC, a primary CBS affiliate. However, due to contractual obligations, it spent more than a year and a half as an independent before joining NBC in 1966. Unlike
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    WJBK

    WJBK

    • Area Served: Detroit
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WJBK (branded on-air as Fox 2) is the Fox owned-and-operated television station in Detroit, Michigan. Owned by News Corporation's Fox Television Stations, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 7 (virtual channel 2.1 via PSIP) from a 1,003 foot (305.7 m) transmitter near its studios in the Detroit suburb of Southfield. The WJBK signal covers the entire Metro Detroit and Windsor, Ontario areas and is carried on most cable television systems in southeast Michigan, southwestern Ontario and northwest Ohio. It's also carried on some out of market Canadian cable systems. WJBK became Detroit's third television station to sign-on when it first aired on October 24, 1948. The station became an affiliate of both the CBS and DuMont television networks. The first program seen on the station on its first day of operation was a presentation of Lucky Pup at 6:15 p.m. that evening. It was originally owned by George B. Storer's Storer Broadcasting, Inc. along with WJBK-AM (now WLQV) and WJBK-FM (now WDRQ). Its original studios were in Detroit's Masonic Temple until 1956 when they moved to WJBK's own building on Second Avenue in Detroit's New Center area. In 1970 the station
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    WLNY

    WLNY

    • Area Served: Riverhead
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WLNY-TV, channel 55, is an independent television station licensed to Riverhead, New York, with main studios in Melville, New York and transmitter in Middle Island, New York. WLNY's primary over-the-air signal serves most of Long Island, comprising Nassau and Suffolk counties. The station is owned by CBS Corporation, and is one-half of a television duopoly with WCBS-TV (channel 2). Founded by Long Island businessman Michael Pascucci, the station went on the air April 28, 1985 as WLIG, with the on-air branding TV-55. It was the first Long Island-based independent television station since the demise of WSNL-TV (channel 67, now WFTY-TV), which was merged with Newark, New Jersey-based independent WWHT-TV (now WFUT-TV) several years earlier. During its first year of operations, WLIG employed a number of gimmicks to attract viewers, such as a Watch and Win Sweepstakes in which viewers were shown a "code word" on-screen during a particular show and had to send in a postcard with that word for the chance to win a prize, and offering 100,000 free loop antennas to non-cable viewers who couldn't receive the station clearly. The efforts paid off, as WLIG gradually became a solid ratings
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    CKVU-TV

    CKVU-TV

    • Area Served: Vancouver
    CKVU-DT (branded on-air as Citytv Vancouver) is an owned-and-operated station of the Citytv television system in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 33 (or virtual channel 10.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop Mount Seymour. Owned by Rogers Media, it is sister to Omni Television outlet CHNM-DT and both stations share studios on West 2nd Avenue and Columbia Street (near False Creek) in Downtown Vancouver. This station can also be seen on Shaw Cable channel 13 and in high definition on digital channel 213. Prior to its 2001 acquisition by Citytv's former parent company CHUM Limited, CKVU previously operated as an independent station and then later became a Global owned-and-operated station in 1997. CKVU was the second station to become part of the Citytv system in Canada. CKVU's history dates back to 1975, when Western Approaches Ltd. was awarded the third licence for a Vancouver television station by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). The station was originally assigned UHF channel 26, but it was instead given channel 21 prior to its launch. It first went on the air on September 1,
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    KMSP-TV

    KMSP-TV

    • Area Served: Minneapolis
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KMSP-TV, channel 9, is the Fox-owned-and-operated television station serving the Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota designated market area, owned in a duopoly with MyNetworkTV affiliate WFTC (channel 29). Its studios are located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, and its transmitter is located in Shoreview, Minnesota. KMSP is a more news-based Fox station with 48.5 hours a week of locally-produced newscasts, as well as first-run prime time, late-night and sports programming from Fox. It also runs off-network sitcoms, talk shows, reality shows and court shows. The KMSP-WFTC duopoly is a union shop, with all technicians and photographers being required to join the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 292. The station is available in Canada on Shaw Cable in Thunder Bay, Ontario and on Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS) in the province of Manitoba. The station grew out of an AM station, KEYD (AM 1440, now KDIZ), with which it was co-owned until mid-1956. After the FCC opened up bidding for the channel 9 license, WLOL and WDGY also expressed interest. However, they withdrew their applications at the last minute, assuring that the new station would go to KEYD and its owner, Family
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    KULR-TV

    KULR-TV

    • Area Served: Billings
    KULR-TV, virtual channel 8, is an NBC affiliate broadcasting on channel 11 in Billings, Montana. KULR is currently owned by Max Media. KULR's programming and schedule is also seen on KYUS-TV (virtual and digital channel 3) in Miles City, Montana; that station is owned and operated by the Marks Radio Group, who also owns several radio stations in Montana, among other broadcasting properties. KULR programs and operates the station on Marks' behalf. Previously, KYUS was notorious for being the smallest network affiliate in America, which was owned from 1969 to 1984 by David Rivenes, who did the news, sports, weather and reporting himself — he was also featured in the late-1970s on NBC's Real People and in TV Guide for his career. KYUS became mainly a satellite station in the 1980s, first with KOUS (channel 4), then with KULR, after KOUS flipped to Fox as KHMT. In Miles City, KULR can also be seen on K06FE-D channel 6; this translator is owned by Max Media, and not the Marks Radio Group. Marks Radio Group also owns KXGN-TV in Glendive, Montana, which broadcasts KULR on its digital subchannel, with some local variations. In February 2009, KULR, KTVQ and two other stations in the
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    KBLR

    KBLR

    • Area Served: Paradise
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KBLR is a Telemundo station serving Las Vegas, Nevada, which is owned and operated by NBC Universal. Located at digital channel 40, its transmitter is located in Las Vegas on Black Mountain. During the unofficial first year (1988-89) of broadcast, KBLR aired ethnic-oriented programming and African, Asian and Latino musical footage constantly, though the TV Guide listed other programming, such as G.I. Joe and B movies. On February 23, 2005, NBC bought Telemundo affiliate KBLR from Summit American (formerly Summit Media also owns KQLL) for $32.1 million. The sale was completed on May 24, 2005. In August 2008, KBLR confirmed reports from the Las Vegas Sun and announced at the city council meeting that its studio facility would be moving to Neonopolis on Fremont Street, which is part of the Fremont Street Experience. The stations studios was first occupied on January 20th with full completion on Feb. 22, 2009. KBLR began broadcast operations from the new facility at 4:45 am on February 22, 2009. The station previously had a repeater in Reno, Nevada, K52FF channel 52; this station has since gone dark, and its license cancelled.
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    KCBA

    KCBA

    • Area Served: Salinas
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KCBA is a Fox affiliate television station in Salinas, California, USA. The station broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 13. KCBA is owned by Seal Rock Broadcasters, LLC and operated by Cowles Publishing Company through a local marketing agreement (LMA) with CBS affiliate KION-TV channel 46. The station was launched on November 1, 1981 by Sainte Broadcasting Group. They started out as a Spanish International Network affiliate from noon until about 1 a.m. daily. In the mornings, Channel 35 had Christian programming such as Jimmy Swaggart, PTL Club, 700 Club weekday and many others on weekends. While the station was primarily a Spanish station, the Christian programming was in English. The station was put up for sale in the winter of 1986 and sold to Ackerley Broadcasting in May 1986. That June, the station changed formats to an English conventional general entertainment format. The station added cartoons from 6 to 9 a.m. weekdays. The religious shows, held over from the Sainte days aired from 9 a.m. to about noon. The afternoon consisted of a movie, initially and eventually classic sitcoms. By about 2:30 the station aired cartoons, followed by more off network sitcoms by 5
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    KCRG-TV

    KCRG-TV

    • Area Served: Cedar Rapids
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KCRG-TV, channel 9, is a television station, operating as the ABC affiliate for the Cedar Rapids, Iowa metropolitan area, and the nearby cities of Waterloo, Iowa City and Dubuque. The station broadcasts on VHF digital channel 9, and is the primary ABC for the northeast quarter of Iowa, and portions of southwestern Wisconsin and northwestern Illinois. Its transmitter is located in Walker, Iowa. KCRG has a digital subchannel called "Local 9.2" at channel 9.2, which originally aired a wheel of local news, weather and features on part of the screen. The remainder of the screen had a news ticker, current weather conditions, rotating weather images and program listings. Over time, syndicated and locally produced programs have been added. This channel can also be seen on Mediacom channel 109 by digital cable subscribers in the Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Dubuque-Iowa City DMA. KCRG aired wall-to-wall coverage of the Great Iowa Flood of 2008 from June 11 to 15, and continued to operate out of their downtown studios despite the flooding. Network coverage of the 2008 NBA Finals as a consequence was aired on 9.2 instead. At some point in October 2011, KCRG digital channel 9.2 picked up the
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    KDFW

    KDFW

    • Area Served: Dallas
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KDFW is the Fox owned-and-operated television station serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in Texas. Licensed to Dallas, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 35 (virtual channel 4.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter in Cedar Hill. Owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation, it is sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KDFI and regional sports network Fox Sports Southwest, KDFW and KDFI share studios on North Griffin Street in downtown Dallas. After the analog television shutdown of June 12, 2009, KDFW-DT remains on channel 35 PSIP is used to display KDFW's virtual channel as 4 on digital television receivers. Its analog signal was nightlighting until July 12, 2009. The station signed on as CBS affiliate KRLD-TV on December 3, 1949, owned by the now-defunct Dallas Times Herald newspaper, which also operated KRLD radio (1080 kHz.). Channel 4 was the third television station in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area to sign-on, following Dallas-based KBTV (now WFAA-TV, channel 8) earlier in 1949, and Fort Worth-based WBAP-TV (now KXAS-TV, channel 5) in 1948. KRLD-TV served as the home base for the CBS network's coverage of the assassination of
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    KEYE-TV

    KEYE-TV

    • Area Served: Austin
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KEYE-TV is the CBS-affiliated television station for Central Texas that is licensed to Austin. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 43 (or virtual channel 42.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Waymaker Cove on the northwest side of Austin. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable and Grande Communications channel 5. There is a high definition feed offered on Time Warner Cable digital channel 1531 and Grande Communications digital channel 805. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, its studios are located on Metric Boulevard and Donley Drive in the North Burnet section of Austin, it is one of two area television stations whose studios are located in this part of town (ABC affiliate KVUE being the other). Syndicated programming on KEYE-TV includes The Insider, Two and a Half Men, The People's Court, and Numb3rs among others. It was announced on March 29, 2008 that 42.2 was being turned on and would soon broadcast the Retro Television Network with a customized schedule for the Austin market. As of October 1, 2009, 42.2 carries Telemundo as well as locally produced Spanish-language newscasts weeknights at 5 and 10 p.m., displacing the RTV affiliation.
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    KMCT-TV

    KMCT-TV

    • Area Served: West Monroe
    KMCT-TV is a religious television station in West Monroe, Louisiana, broadcasting locally on digital channel 38. Founded June 13, 1983 by Charles Reed, the station is now owned by Louisiana Christian Broadcasting, Inc. The building and tower on Parkwood Drive in West Monroe, LA used by KMCT-TV is the former facility of KLAA Channel 14 (now KARD-TV). KLAA signed on August 6, 1974 [1], and moved to new facilities in 1983. Prior to KLAA, the facility was used by KYAY Channel 39 from KYAY's sign-on August 9, 1967 until going off the air August 16, 1971 [2]. 1. "Broadcasting Yearbook", 1979 edition, Page B-104 2. "Broadcasting Yearbook", 1974 edition, Page A-26
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    KPDX

    KPDX

    • Area Served: Vancouver
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KPDX is the MyNetworkTV-affiliate serving the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. It broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 30. In addition, it is seen on channel 13 on most local cable TV systems. The station is currently owned by Meredith Corporation in a duopoly with Fox affiliate KPTV (channel 12), and is licensed to Vancouver, Washington. Its transmitter is located in Portland. It runs a general entertainment format with sitcoms, talk shows, reality shows, court shows, cartoons, movies, and first-run shows. KPDX's signal is simulcast in Bend on KUBN-LP, channel 50, making the station available in about two-thirds of the state. KPDX launched on October 9, 1983, as a general entertainment station, airing a number of cartoons, sitcoms, old movies, drama shows, and religious shows. It was originally licensed under the call letters KLRK, but the station changed to the present calls prior to launch. The station was bought by First Media in the mid-1980s. Even though then-rival KPTV was easily the market's leading independent station, KPDX still received decent ratings. KPDX gained the Fox Network affiliation on August 29, 1988, after KPTV disaffiliated from the network. The
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    WNGS

    WNGS

    • Area Served: Buffalo
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WBBZ-TV is a television station licensed to Springville, New York, serving the Buffalo television market. It transmits on channel 7 but is virtually assigned via PSIP to channel 67. It is owned by ITV of Buffalo, a company controlled by former news photographer Philip A. Arno. It is carried on Time Warner Cable channel 5, DirecTV channel 67, Dish Network channel 5, and Verizon FiOS channel 5. The station's business office, and studio, are located at the Eastern Hills Mall in the Town of Clarence. The transmitter, near Springville in the hills of southern Erie County, makes the over-the-air signal viewable throughout the Buffalo metro area. The station was founded as WJTQ in March 1993 and changed its call letters to WNGS in May 1993 by Bill Smith, an amateur radio enthusiast, and his wife, Caroline Powley, daughter of late LPTV innovator John R. Powley, who built several full-service UHF TV stations using economical "ham" radio equipment and surplus educational TV "translator" transmitters. WNGS initially broadcast on analog channel 67. Although licensed as a full-power station, it transmitted its analog signal at low power with a directional northward pattern covering much of the
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    WNWO-TV

    WNWO-TV

    • Area Served: Toledo
    WNWO-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station in Northwest Ohio that is licensed to Toledo. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 49 (virtual channel 24.1) from a transmitter northeast of Oregon. Owned by Barrington Broadcasting, the station has studios on South Byrne Road. Syndicated programming on WNWO includes: Judge Judy, Judge Joe Brown, The Jeff Probst Show, The Doctors and The Dr. Oz Show. It can be viewed over-the-air and on cable in Southeastern Michigan, Windsor, Ontario, and Essex County, Ontario. Overmyer Broadcasting founded the station on May 3, 1966 as WDHO-TV (for Daniel H. Overmyer). Overmeyer owned several independent stations across the country, including KEMO in San Francisco, WATL in Atlanta, and WPHL-TV in Philadelphia. Logically, WDHO should have signed on either as a full-time ABC or NBC station. However, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had just required all-channel tuning two years earlier. As a result, even though Toledo was big enough to support three full network affiliates, ABC opted to retain its affiliation with WSPD-TV (now WTVG). NBC opted to retain its secondary affiliations with WSPD-TV and CBS affiliate
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    WWSI

    WWSI

    • Area Served: Atlantic City
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WWSI, digital channel 49, is a television station licensed to Atlantic City, New Jersey. It is considered to be the Philadelphia affiliate of the Spanish-language Telemundo television network. WWSI's transmitter is in Tuckerton, New Jersey; its tower is the tallest structure in New Jersey. The station has no local news department, and runs minimal local programming. WWSI's studios are on North Delaware Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The station is unique in that, while its transmitter site is located in Ocean County, part of the New York City TV market, the station cannot be viewed on cable TV in Ocean County since it is licensed to a city in the Philadelphia TV market. WWSI did not begin operation until 2001. Prior to its airdate, its construction permit carried the call letters of WDKZ in 1989, followed that same year by WACI. In 2000 WACI became WPHA. The station then hit the air as WWSI, and adopted the Telemundo affiliation (originally on WTGI until 1998, then WTVE in Reading, Pennsylvania from 1998–2000). WWSI opened its website in 2007. In January 2008, Hispanic Broadcasters Corporation agreed to sell WWSI to ZGS Communications for $10 million. The station officially
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    KATN

    KATN

    • Area Served: Fairbanks
    KATN, virtual channel 2 (digital channel 18), is the ABC-affiliated television station in Fairbanks, Alaska. The station is owned by Vision Alaska LLC. KATN debuted on March 1, 1955 as KFAR-TV, and was Fairbanks' second television station after KTVF. It became KTTU-TV (no relation to the Tucson, Arizona station) in 1981 and KATN in 1984. It is now a part of the ABC Alaska Superstation. KFAR/KTTU was primarily an NBC station with ABC as the secondary network until 1984, when the owners of KIMO (now KYUR) bought the station, changed the call letters (the ATN in KATN stood for Alaska Television Network, a consortium of KATN, KIMO, and KJUD), and made them the primary ABC affiliate. KATN would continue to carry NBC programs as a secondary affiliate until 1996 when KTVF flipped from CBS to NBC in response to KATN's new ownership. Until the launch of KFXF in 1992, they were Fairbanks' only two commercial network stations. In September 2006, KATN began to show programming from The CW Television Network on its digital subchannel. The subchannel is called Fairbanks CW and uses the fictional call letters KWFA-DT (the actual call letters of the subchannel are still KATN). Smith Media sold
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    KICU-TV

    KICU-TV

    • Area Served: San Jose
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KICU-TV (branded as TV36) is an independent television station serving the San Francisco Bay Area. Licensed to San Jose, California, KICU broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on UHF channel 36 from a transmitter on Mission Peak in Fremont (the KICU signal covers most of the Bay Area with a city-grade signal, though rimshot reception occurs in areas of the North Bay). Owned by Cox Enterprises, it is sister to Fox affiliate KTVU and both stations share studios located at Jack London Square in Oakland. It runs a general entertainment programming schedule of classic sitcoms, talk shows, reality shows, movies and some weekend children's programming. The channel 36 allocation was originally based in Stockton, California with the callsign KTVU (not related to the Oakland station) in the mid-1950s as a short-lived UHF station. It has since been reallocated to the Bay Area television market, and Stockton became part of the Sacramento television market. The current incarnation of channel 36 signed on as KGSC-TV on October 9, 1967. It is the Bay Area's longest continuously running commercial UHF television station. In the 1970s, the station promoted itself as "The Perfect 36" and
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    KZTV

    KZTV

    • Area Served: Corpus Christi
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KZTV is the CBS-affiliated television station for the Corpus Christi area of South Texas. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 10 from a transmitter between Petronila and Robstown. Owned by SagamoreHill Broadcasting, the station is operated through a shared services agreement (SSA) by Cordillera Communications (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Evening Post Publishing Company). This makes it sister to NBC affiliate KRIS-TV, low-power Independent K47DF, and low-power Telemundo affiliate K68DJ. All four stations share studios on Artesian Street in Downtown Corpus Christi. Syndicated programming on KZTV includes: Entertainment Tonight, The Doctors, Dr. Phil, and The Nate Berkus Show. KZTV signed-on September 30, 1956 as the second VHF television station in the area behind former rival KRIS-TV by four months. It aired an analog signal on VHF channel 10. The channel has always been a CBS affiliate but shared secondary ABC status with KRIS-TV until KIII launched on May 4, 1964. This station was home to Walter Furley, who was at the station for 45 years before retiring on May 31, 2002. Vann Kennedy, original owner and operator of KZTV and KVTV in Laredo, also has
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    WCYB-TV

    WCYB-TV

    • Area Served: Bristol
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WCYB-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station serving the Tri-Cities area of Northeastern Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 5 from a transmitter on Rye Patch Knob of Holston Mountain in the Cherokee National Forest. Owned by the Bonten Media Group, the station operates Fox affiliate WEMT (owned by Esteem Broadcasting, LLC) through a local marketing agreement (LMA), whose transmitter is co-located with WCYB. The two share studios on Lee Street in Bristol, Virginia; where the station is licensed. Although WCYB-TV is the only commercial station in the Tri-Cities that is licensed to the Virginia side of the market, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires it to include Kingsport and Johnson City, Tennessee in its legal station identification. The station began broadcasting on August 13, 1956. It has always been a primary NBC affiliate although it carried a secondary ABC affiliation (shared with WJHL-TV) until 1969 when WKPT-TV signed on and took the ABC affiliation. WCYB was originally owned by Appalachian Broadcasting, a consortium of four Bristol businessmen--Robert Smith, J. Fey Rogers, Charles M. Gore,
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    WDSU

    WDSU

    • Area Served: New Orleans
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WDSU, virtual channel 6, is an NBC-affiliated television station located in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. It is owned by Hearst Television, which in turn is wholly owned by the Hearst Corporation. Its transmitter is located in Chalmette, Louisiana; while its studios are located in downtown New Orleans. The station's current tagline is "6 On Your Side." On cable, WDSU is carried on Cox Communications channel 7 in standard definition and digital channel 1007 in high definition in the New Orleans market. The station's digital signal on UHF 43, is multiplexed: Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display WDSU's virtual channel as "6". WDSU broadcasts Me-TV on channel 6.2. Channel 6.2 can be seen on digital cable channel 108 for Cox Communications customers in the New Orleans viewing area, on channel 115 for Charter Communications customers on the Northshore, and on channel 136 for Charter Communications customers on the Southshore. In October 2006, a dispute between WDSU's owner, Hearst-Argyle, and Cox Communications caused WDSU's HDTV signal to be pulled from New Orleans area cable TV systems. As a result, no high-definition television content was available from WDSU
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    WPXD

    WPXD

    • Area Served: Ann Arbor
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WPXD-TV (channel 31) is a television station licensed to Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is the Ion Television network affiliate for the Southeastern Michigan market. WPXD formerly broadcast on digital channel 31 (having converted their digital transmitter to their original analog channel after the latter closed on February 17, 2009). Its broadcast is multiplexed into three digital subchannels. WPXD started broadcasting on actual channel 50 from Southfield, Michigan on January 31, 2012, and is expected to end transmission on RF channel 31 from Chelsea in the near future. WPXD suddenly ended its transmissions on DTV channel 50 less than two days after the channel 50 signal was first observed. As of March 31, 2012, WPXD was broadcasting its digital signal only on channel 31 from its original site. At some point on May 23, 2012, the station again turned on its transmitter on UHF 50 but ceased transmission the following day. The station migrated to UHF 50 and moved from Lyndon Township (near Chelsea and Ann Arbor) to WKBD-TV's tower in Southfield on July 24, 2012. The station also operates a translator station in St. Clair Shores, Michigan on channel 48, W48AV. W48AV currently has an
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    WTVD

    WTVD

    • Area Served: Durham
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WTVD, channel 11, is an owned-and-operated television station of the Walt Disney Company-owned American Broadcasting Company, licensed to Durham, North Carolina, USA. The station serves the areas of Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Fayetteville, known as the Triangle. WTVD's main studios, offices and newsroom are located in downtown Durham, along with additional studio facilities in both Raleigh and Fayetteville. The station's transmitter is located in Garner, North Carolina. On June 12, 2009 at 12:30 p.m., WTVD remained on channel 11 when the analog to digital conversion was completed. On September 23, 2009, the station filed an application to the Federal Communications Commission to increase its effective radiated power from 20.7 to 45 kilowatts. In 1952, two rival companies each applied for a license to build a television station in Durham on the city's newly allotted VHF channel 11 – Herald-Sun Newspapers (publishers of the Durham Morning Herald and the Durham Sun as well as the owners of radio station WDNC) and Floyd Fletcher and Harmon Duncan, the then-owners of WTIK radio. In December 1953, the two sides agreed to join forces and operate the station under the joint banner
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    WWOR-TV

    WWOR-TV

    • Area Served: Secaucus
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WWOR-TV is the flagship television station of the MyNetworkTV programming service that is licensed to Secaucus, New Jersey and serves the New York City metropolitan area. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 38 (virtual channel 9.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter atop the Empire State Building in Manhattan. Owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of News Corporation, WWOR is sister to Fox network flagship WNYW and maintains studios south of Route 3 east of the Meadowlands Sports Complex. An application for the renewal of the station's license has been pending since 2007. Syndicated programming featured on this station includes The Jeremy Kyle Show, Everybody Loves Raymond, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order, Divorce Court and Family Feud. The station is available to subscribers of the Dish Network direct broadcast satellite service as part of their superstations package, except in markets where the local MyNetworkTV affiliate invokes syndication exclusivity to block access to WWOR-TV's programming within the market. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: WWOR-TV also has a Mobile DTV feed of sister station WNYW 5.1 (via its subchannel on
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    CKWS-TV

    CKWS-TV

    • Area Served: Kingston
    CKWS-TV is a privately owned television station serving as an affiliate of CBC Television in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. It broadcasts an analogue signal on VHF channel 11 from a transmitter near Highway 95 in Wolfe Island, south of Kingston and operates UHF rebroadcasters in Brighton on channel 66, Spencerville on channel 26 and Beckwith Township (Smiths Falls/Perth) on channel 36. Owned by Corus Entertainment, its studios are located at 170 Queen Street in downtown Kingston. This station can also be seen on Cogeco Cable channel 10 and digital channel 910. There is a high definition feed, which only carries CBC network programming in the format, offered on Cogeco digital channel 702. Its signal covers portions of Eastern Ontario from Campbellford to Morrisburg and from Perth to Oswego, New York in the United States, and is available on many cable systems throughout Eastern Ontario, and Northern and Central New York. CKWS has been a CBC affiliate since its inception in late 1954. It was originally a joint venture between Roy Thomson and the Davies family, owners of the Kingston Whig-Standard (the source of its calls). The station has been sold three times: to the Kanatec
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    KBCW (TV)

    KBCW (TV)

    • Area Served: San Francisco
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KBCW, digital channel 45 (virtual channel 44), is a West Coast flagship station of the The CW Television Network based in San Francisco, California. KBCW is owned by the CBS Corporation, and is part of a duopoly with CBS station KPIX-TV. The station's signal is transmitted from Sutro Tower. From January 1995 until September 2006, KBCW was an owned-and-operated station of United Paramount Network (UPN). Before 1995, the station was an independent station. Channel 44 used the call letters KBHK-TV from its inception in 1968 until 2006. It airs on cable channel 12 on most cable systems in the Bay Area. The station is also considered an alternate CBS affiliate, and as such KBCW can air CBS programs if KPIX should preempt it in a news-related emergency (which only happens occasionally). KBCW also airs reruns of Face the Nation, CBS Sunday Morning, and local programming such as Evening Magazine, now called Eye on the Bay, and the Last Honest Sports Show, produced by KPIX. The Cookie Jar TV children's block is carried on KBCW if pre-empted by CBS Sports coverage (Cookie Jar TV would itself pre-empt the Vortexx block). The station signed on as KBHK-TV on January 2, 1968, making it the
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    KCBU

    KCBU

    • Area Served: Price
    KCBU was a television station in Price, Utah, broadcast locally in analog on channel 3 under the ownership of Equity Media Holdings. Until January 4, 2009 KCBU was an affiliate of the Retro Television Network (RTV). The station had a construction permit to increase the power of the digital signal to 40,000 watts and was to have moved its transmitter to a peak south of Springville, Utah. This would have effectively given the station signal reach into the Salt Lake City market it was a part of. When the construction permit was approved, KCBU was to broadcast on digital channel 11. On January 4, 2009, a contract conflict between Equity Media Holdings Corporation and RTV interrupted the programming on many RTV affiliates. As a result, Luken moved RTV operations to its headquarters in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and dropped all Equity-owned affiliates, including KCBU. RTV remained available in Utah on KUSG in St. George until later in 2009, when that station switched to This TV; RTV has since affiliated with KCSG. KCBU was sold at auction to the Daystar Television Network on April 16, 2009, indicating another programming change. The station ceased analog operations on June 12, 2009, and
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    KITV

    KITV

    • Area Served: Honolulu
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KITV is the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) television station affiliate licensed to Honolulu, Hawaii. Based in Honolulu and broadcasting on digital channel 40, displayed as channel 4 the station is owned by Hearst Television and operates several satellites and translators on all the major Hawaiian Islands to rebroadcast programs outside of metropolitan Honolulu. Its main transmitter is located in Honolulu. It brands itself as KITV4. The station is also seen on Oceanic Cable channel 6 throughout most of the state (with the exception of the Big Island, where it is instead seen on channel 4), and on channel 4 for viewers on Hawaiian Telcom statewide. The station signed on the air in 1954 as KULA-TV. Originally, the KHVH-TV calls belonged to a then-independent station that operated on channel 13 in Honoulu when it began operations in 1957, but it would later merge with KULA in 1958 under the ownership of KHVH's parent company Kaiser Broadcasting, who then changed the KULA calls letters to KHVH-TV after it purchased channel 4 from the original owners in 1959. Kaiser then later sold the station to Western Telestations in December 1964 to help fund its new chain of independent
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    KMGH-TV

    KMGH-TV

    • Area Served: Denver
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KMGH-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station in Denver, Colorado. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on VHF channel 7 from a transmitter atop Lookout Mountain (near Golden). Owned by the E. W. Scripps Company, KMGH is sister to Azteca América affiliate KZCO-LP and both stations share studios on Speer Boulevard on Denver's southern side. The station can also be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 7, with a high definition feed offered on digital channel 652. Channel 7 first went on the air on November 1, 1953 under the callsign KLZ-TV. It was originally owned by Edward K. Gaylord's Oklahoma Publishing Company, alongside KLZ radio (560 AM and 106.7 FM). KLZ-TV immediately took the CBS affiliation from KBTV), owing to KLZ radio's longtime affiliation with the CBS Radio Network. In 1954, Gaylord sold the KLZ stations to Time-Life. The station's studios were originally housed in a former auto dealership on the east side of the block at East 6th Avenue and Sherman Street, where the station's operations resided until 1969. During the 1950s, the Channel 7 staff included newscaster (later sportscaster and Dialing for Dollars host) Starr Yelland, who came to the station from
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    KMMF

    KMMF

    • Area Served: Missoula
    KMMF was a full-service television station in Missoula, Montana, broadcasting locally in analog on UHF channel 17 as an affiliate of Fox. Founded April 25, 2000, the station was owned by Equity Broadcasting. The station's signal was repeated in Kalispell, Montana on KMMF-LP channel 34. KMMF added MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation in September 2006. KMMF was fed from Equity's hub in Little Rock, Arkansas by March 2008. Technical issues dramatically increased in number after this was implemented. At auction on April 16, 2009, Max Media bought the Fox affiliations and certain programming assets, but not the broadcasting facilities, of KMMF and the rest of Equity's Montana Fox station system. Because it was granted an original construction permit after the FCC finalized the DTV allotment plan on April 21, 1997 , the station did not receive a companion channel for a digital television station. Instead, at the end of the digital TV conversion period for full-service stations, KMMF would have been required to turn off its analog signal and turn on its digital signal (called a "flash-cut"). As of December 2008, this station was scheduled to go dark in 2009. According to the station's
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    KMSB-TV

    KMSB-TV

    • Area Served: Tucson
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KMSB is a Fox-affiliated television station that is licensed to Tucson, Arizona. Owned by Belo Corp. and operated by Raycom Media through a shared services agreement with CBS affiliate KOLD-TV, it is a sister to MyNetworkTV affiliate KTTU. It broadcasts an ATSC digital signal on UHF channel 25 (remapped to virtual channel 11.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter located atop Mount Bigelow; as a result of the transmitter's location, residents in the northern part of Tucson, Oro Valley and Marana cannot receive adequate reception of the station. Its studios are located with KOLD-TV on North Arizona Pavilions Drive (off of Interstate 10) on the northwest side of Tucson, near the Casos Adobes neighborhood. Tucson gained its first independent station when KZAZ signed on the air February 1, 1967. It was licensed to Nogales, but had its main studios in Tucson. The station aired movies in both English and Spanish, dramas, sitcoms, bull fights, cartoons and other general entertainment fare. It had a local news department and newscast. The station was owned and operated by out of town investors, including Danny Thomas and Monty Hall, and had its facilities in a former Safeway Supermarket on Tucson
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    KPBS

    KPBS

    • Area Served: San Diego
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KPBS television is a PBS Public television member station based in San Diego, California, broadcasting on digital channel 30. The station is owned by San Diego State University. KPBS can be found on Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable, and AT&T U-verse on cable channel 11 in standard definition. The three San Diego area cable companies also carry KPBS' HD signal. Cox Communications and Time Warner Cable carry the HD channel on cable channel 711, while, AT&T U-verse broadcasts it on channel 1011. Cablemás in Tijuana carries the HD signal on channel 129. The station is also available on DirecTV and Dish Network's Local Channels package on channel 15 in standard definition. However DirecTV is the only satellite company that offers KPBS' high definition signal, also available on channel 15. The TV station was founded in 1967 as KEBS-TV. The station changed its callsign to the current KPBS in 1970. KPBS-TV is not part of the famed "big three" group of Los Angeles network flagship stations (KCBS-TV, KNBC and KABC-TV); its call letters merely express the nature of the station's programming and affiliation (KOCE would be considered the Los Angeles "flagship" for PBS). PBS is collectively
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    KSTP-TV

    KSTP-TV

    • Area Served: Saint Paul
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    KSTP-TV, channel 5, is the ABC affiliate for the Twin Cities. Its transmitter is located at the Shoreview Telefarm. It is the flagship station of Hubbard Broadcasting, which also owns several other broadcasting properties across the United States. Syndicated programming on KSTP-TV/KSAX/KRWF includes: Live! with Kelly and Michael, Millionaire, and Katie. KSTP is licensed to St. Paul (as referenced by its call letters), but its studios lie right on the boundary line between St. Paul and Minneapolis. The facility is shared with sister stations KSTP radio (1500 AM), KSTP-FM (94.5 MHz.), KTMY (107.1 FM), and KSTC-TV (channel 45). KSTP's broadcasts became digital-only on June 12, 2009. Stanley E. Hubbard, founder of KSTP radio, was one of broadcasting's foremost pioneers. In June 1939, he purchased one of the first television cameras available from RCA and began experimenting with television, but the television blackout brought on by World War II prevented any transmissions from being made. The first telecast by KSTP-TV reportedly occurred on December 7, 1947 when Jack Horner hosted a 25-minute program. On April 27, 1948, KSTP-TV signed on as the first commercial television station in
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    Maryland Public Television

    Maryland Public Television

    • Area Served: Maryland
    Maryland Public Television (MPT) (formerly the Maryland Center for Public Broadcasting) is a non-profit, state-licensed Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) non-commercial educational public television state network which serves U.S. state of Maryland. Its six transmitters cover nearly all of the state, plus Washington, D.C. and parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania. MPT's local and regional television credits include several state-focused programs on civic and public affairs, as well as a variety of original performance, documentary, and entertainment offerings for the citizens of Maryland. Beyond broadcasting, MPT creates instructional videos, develops training, and builds Internet sites that serve tens of thousands of students, teachers, and child-care providers annually. The centerpiece of MPT's service to Maryland educators, students, and families is Thinkport, a Web site that offers online teaching resources, professional development opportunities and digital technology tools to assist educators. Maryland Public Television has earned awards ranging from television Emmys for its quality productions to government citations for its volunteerism and educational
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    WATL

    WATL

    • Area Served: Atlanta
    WATL (virtual channel 36, digital channel 25) is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station in Atlanta, Georgia; it is owned by the Gannett Company and is a sister station to local NBC affiliate WXIA-TV (channel 11). WATL's callsign refers to ATLanta, the station's city of license, along with the airport code for Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Television studios and offices are shared with WXIA and are located at One Monroe Place on the north end of midtown Atlanta. It shares a broadcast tower with several other local stations near North Druid Hills, just northeast of the city. WATL is one of a handful of stations to have been affiliated with both News Corporation-owned networks, Fox and MyNetworkTV. The station can also be seen on Comcast channel 13 and HD channel 813. Channel 36 began operation on September 13, 1954 as WQXI-TV. The station, owned by UHF pioneer Robert Rounsaville, was one of about 150 UHF stations to give the new high-band spectrum a try. The TV station, which had one camera, shared a house in the northeast Atlanta area of Buckhead with WQXI radio. The radio station constantly promoted its TV sister station in an effort to build an audience.
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    WFFF-TV

    WFFF-TV

    • Area Served: Burlington
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WFFF-TV is the Fox affiliate for Vermont's Champlain Valley and Upstate New York's North Country. Licensed to Burlington, Vermont, it broadcasts on UHF channel 43 (virtual channel 44.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Vermont's highest peak, Mount Mansfield. Owned by Smith Media, WFFF operates ABC affiliate WVNY (owned by Lambert Broadcasting, LLC) through a local marketing agreement; the two stations share studios in Colchester, Vermont. Like other network stations serving Plattsburgh and Burlington, WFFF has a large audience in Southern Quebec, Canada. This includes Montreal, a city ten times more populous than all of WFFF's entire American viewing area combined. Most Vidéotron systems in Canada carry WFFF as their Fox affiliate. The station's digital signal is multiplexed: WFFF-TV signed on August 31, 1997. Prior to the station's launch, the Champlain Valley was the last top-100 television market without a primary Fox affiliate; CBS affiliate WCAX-TV aired Fox Sports and Fox Kids programming, while the network's full schedule was available on most Vermont cable systems through Foxnet. New York State cable systems had imported WNYW from New York City, while Canadian cable systems
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    WHDH

    WHDH

    • Area Served: Boston
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WHDH, digital channel 42 (virtual channel 7), is an NBC-affiliated television station in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the largest NBC station not owned by the network. Owned by Sunbeam Television, WHDH is a sister station to CW affiliate WLVI. The two stations share studios located at Bulfinch Place (near Government Center) in downtown Boston, and WHDH's transmitter is located in Newton, Massachusetts. Channel 7 first went on the air on June 21, 1948 as WNAC-TV, the second television station in Boston (twelve days after WBZ-TV). It was owned by General Tire along with WNAC radio (then at 1260 AM, now occupied by WMKI; later moved to 680 AM, now WRKO), flagship of the Yankee Network, a New England regional radio network. General Tire had purchased the Yankee Network in 1943. WNAC first broadcast from studios at 21 Brookline Avenue (which had also been home to WNAC radio and the Yankee Network) before moving to its current facilities at 7 Bullfinch Place near Government Center in 1968. In 1950, General Tire bought the West Coast regional Don Lee Broadcasting System. Two years later, it bought the Bamberger Broadcasting Service (WOR-AM-FM-TV in New York City) and merged its
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    WKTV-DT2

    WKTV-DT2

    • Area Served: Utica
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    • Content: Television
    WKTV-DT2 is the CW-affiliated television station for Central Upstate New York's Mohawk Valley. It is part of The CW Plus, a special CW feed broadcasting on cable and/or over-the-air on a digital signal. The station is a second digital subchannel of NBC affiliate WKTV owned by Smith Media, LLC. Over-the-air, WKTV-DT2 broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 29.2 (or virtual channel 2.2 via PSIP) from a transmitter in the Eatonville section of Fairfield and Herkimer. Known on-air as The CW 11, it can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 11 (hence the branding). WKTV-DT2's parent station has studios on Smith Hill Road in Deerfield (station address says Utica). The station signed-on in September 1998 alongside the creation of The WB 100+. WKTV partnered with the group to launch a cable-only WB affiliate. This new service replaced network flagship WPIX from New York City on Time Warner Cable systems in the Mowhawk Valley and it used the "WBU" (standing for The WB Utica) call sign in a fictional manner. On January 24, 2006, The WB and UPN announced the two networks would end broadcasting and merge. The new combined service would be known as The CW. The letters
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    WMYV

    WMYV

    • Area Served: Greensboro
    WMYV is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina that is licensed to Greensboro. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 33 (virtual channel 48) from a transmitter in Randleman along I-73/U.S. 220. Owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, the station is sister to ABC affiliate WXLV-TV and the two share studios on Myer Lee Drive in Winston-Salem along I-40. Syndicated programing on WMYV includes: Two and a Half Men, The Simpsons, The Office, and Tyler Perry's House of Payne. The station also airs Fox's Weekend Marketplace Saturday morning infomercial block as it is not carried by the area's Fox affiliate, WGHP-TV. An earlier Independent station with the call letters WUBC had operated on analog UHF channel 48 in Greensboro during the late-1960s but went dark. The current incarnation of the station signed-on May 9, 1981 as WGGT-TV running a general entertainment format featuring cartoons, old movies, classic sitcoms, religious shows, and CBS shows preempted by WFMY-TV. It was owned locally by Guilford Broadcasting. The station was initially a strong competitor with the area's other independent station, WJTM-TV.
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    WUSA

    WUSA

    • Area Served: Washington, D.C.
    • Content: WUSA
    WUSA is a television station broadcasting on channel 9 in Washington, D.C.. It is the flagship television property of the Gannett Company (based in the suburb of McLean, Virginia), and is co-owned with the national publisher, USA Today. WUSA is an affiliate of the CBS television network, and the longest-tenured affiliate of that network. WUSA's studios and transmitter are located in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington. The station went on the air on January 11, 1949 as WOIC, and began full-time operations on January 16. The fourth-oldest station in the nation's capital, channel 9's original owner was the Bamberger Broadcasting Service, a subsidiary of R.H. Macy and Company. Bamberger also owned WOR-AM-FM in New York City, and was working to put WOR-TV (now WWOR-TV) on the air at the same time. Nine days later, WOIC broadcast the first televised American presidential inaugural address, given by President Harry S. Truman. WOIC picked up the CBS affiliation upon signing on, replacing WMAL-TV (channel 7, now WJLA-TV) as CBS's Washington outlet. However, WOR was a shareholder in the Mutual Radio Network, which had plans to enter television with WOIC and WOR-TV as the flagship
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    WWVW-LP

    WWVW-LP

    • Area Served: Wheeling
    WWVW-LP is an LPTV station located in and licensed to Wheeling, West Virginia. The station is licensed to Abacus Television which owns a chain of LPTV stations in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area. WWVW-LP airs Jewelry TV full time. WWVW-LP began operation on August 10, 2000 as W56DX. The station was an AINaffiliate and shopping networks and repeated WBPA Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania(now WIIC-LP). The station was silent for a time between 2002 and 2005 as the station upgraded its facilities to its current power level. The station returned to the air in the summer of 2005 with its new WWVW-LP call sign and began airing Jewelry TV. WWVW-LP currently holds a construction permit for additional power of 70.9 kW (analog) and for digital facilities on channel 15. WWVW-LP Coverage area map
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    WZDC-CA

    WZDC-CA

    • Area Served: Washington, D.C.
    • Distributor: Over-the-air programming
    WZDC-CD is a low-power Telemundo affiliate in the Washington, DC area. The station is owned by ZGS Broadcast Holdings, and broadcasts on channel 25 from a transmitter located in the Northeast region of the District of Columbia. WZDC-CD signed on as W64BW channel 64 on January 25, 1993, as Washington, DC's Telemundo affiliate. On December 1, 1995, the call letters were changed to WZGS-LP, reflecting the station's ownership. On June 27, 2000, the call letters were changed to WZDC-LP. On June 3, 2002, the station started a local Spanish newscast, at 6pm and 11pm. On April 10, 2007 WZDC-LP moved to channel 25, as the channel 64 frequency was slated to be phased out of television broadcasting. The move was also required in order to expand its coverage area throughout the metro DC area, including most of Prince George's County in Maryland. When the station was on channel 64, it broadcast with an effective radiated power of 12.5 kilowatts. In 2003, the station launched La Feria de la Familia, a ZGS Station Group signature event and Washington DC's largest free event for the Hispanic community in the market. La Feria welcomes over 20,000 viewers and more than 100 participating companies
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