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CT public works crews prepare for Nor'easter

HARTFORD, Conn — Cities and towns across Connecticut spent Monday morning and afternoon preparing for a Nor'easter. The day was focused on clearing catch basins of debris, but the work didn't end there. Cities and towns are also keeping a close eye on the forecast for the next couple of days.


Hartford-based Aquiline Drones showcases new tech that could save lives

SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. — The team at Hartford-based Aquiline Drones was test flying the "Spartacus Max" atop a South Windsor field on Monday, and they discussed what they see as the future of time-critical cargo. The plan is to use it to deliver vital organs, human tissue, and blood supplies.



Affordable Halloween fun | Saving on your costume

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — While the count down to Halloween has begun, the cost of costumes is up. However, local thrift stores explained that you don't have to break the bank to participate. Kathi Meding is a manager at West Hartford's Second Chance Shop. She said costumes from big-box retailers


year-old critical after being shot in the head early Monday morning: Waterbury police

WATERBURY, Conn. — A teen has been hospitalized after he was shot in the head, early Monday morning, according to police. Waterbury police said St. Mary's Hospital notified them around a.m. that a year-old boy was dropped off at the emergency room with a gunshot wound to the back of the head.


Eversource says they are ready for Tuesday Nor’easter that will bring heavy rain and strong wind

HARTFORD, Conn — So far, this October has been very warm. Now it’s about to get very wet. Residents and utility companies are anticipating an October Nor’easter for Tuesday, that meteorologists forecast will dump up to four inches of rain and bring mph winds. Some simple measures to take


Bridgeport man pleads guilty to gang-related murder, shooting at courthouse

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A Bridgeport man pleaded guilty in front of a U.S. District judge Monday, for his roles in a homicide, a January shooting outside the Bridgeport courthouse, and other unlawful acts. Tyiese Warren, 21, of Bridgeport, is one of the people responsible for the shooting death


Woman found dead inside Spring Street apartment in Hartford, police investigating homicide

HARTFORD, Conn. — Police are investigating an untimely death on Monday evening. Hartford PD responded to the area of Spring Street around 1 p.m. for a call about a woman who either overdosed or needed medical attention. Upon their arrival, officers found evidence of gun fire and a woman with


2 Atlanta Braves pitchers with ties to CT step up to the mound for World Series

HARTFORD, Conn. — The World Series is set to begin Tuesday, and it will include two Connecticut connections playing for the Atlanta Braves. Tyler Matzek, a former pitcher for the Hartford Yard Goats, has stood at the mound for the Braves since Matzek was part of the inaugural Hartford


State police investigating pedestrian death on I

SOUTHBURY, Conn. — A year-old woman was killed as she tried to flag down other drivers while standing by her car early Monday on Interstate 84 according to state police. Samantha Figueroa had gotten out of the car she was driving and was standing in the left lane of the highway when a truck hit both the car and her, police said.


Gov. Lamont, CT lottery officials launch retail sports betting

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — The state is in the game. Gov. Ned Lamont placed the first bet in the state's new sports betting venture between the Connecticut Lottery and Rush Street Interactive at Sports Haven in New Haven. At a news conference in New Haven to announce the launch, Lamont


Two die in separate East Hartford crashes

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. — East Hartford Police are investigating two separate fatal crashes over the weekend. Around 8 p.m. on Friday, police were called to a crash involving a passenger vehicle and a moped near the Rt. 5/15 on-ramp on Silver Lane. Police said Manuel Suarez, 17, of East Hartford,


Woodbridge high school threats not credible, there will be an increased police presence on campus Tuesday

WOODBRIDGE, Conn. — A shelter-in-place order was activated Monday morning after some students and staff at Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge received e-mail messages indicating a possible threat on campus, officials said. In an email to parents, Dr. Jennifer Byars, Superintendent of Schools, said the shelter-in-place status "means the


Foodshare to end emergency drive-thru food distribution sites this month

WALLINGFORD, Conn. — Editor's note: The video above is from July Originally set to run for two weeks, Foodshare announced Monday that after 18 months, it will end its emergency drive-thru food distribution at the end of the week. At the peak of the pandemic, the drive-thru sites were


Second vaccination clinic to be held by Manchester Road Race Committee

MANCHESTER, Conn. — The second of two walk-in COVID vaccination clinics sponsored by the Manchester Road Race Committee will be held on Saturday, November 6th, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Illing Middle School, East Middle Turnpike in Manchester. Race organizers are collaborating with


Colchester community gathers for vigil remembering teens killed in crash

COLCHESTER, Conn. — The Colchester community came together Sunday evening for a candlelight vigil remembering year-olds Jacob Chapman and Tyler Graham. The two young men were killed in a car crash on Rt. in Colchester on Friday. Their deaths, a loss felt by the entire town. "They've got a


Suffield Police seek public's help in fatal hit-and-run investigation

SUFFIELD, Conn. — Police are seeking the public's help in tracking down the driver responsible for a crash that killed a pedestrian late Saturday night. Police say emergency services were called to the intersection of Thrall Avenue and Route (East St North) in Suffield around p.m. Saturday for a report of a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian. Arriving first responders started life-saving measures, but the pedestrian succumbed to her injuries at the scene.


Jones tosses 2 TDs, Patriots roll as Jets lose Wilson

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Mac Jones threw two touchdown passes, Damien Harris and J.J. Taylor ran for two TDs each and the New England Patriots won for the first time at home this season, rolling past the New York Jets The Patriots earned their 12th straight victory over the Jets, who played most of the game without rookie quarterback Zach Wilson after he left in the second quarter with a knee injury.


CT Dept. of Public Health, hospitals warn parents about respiratory viruses this fall

CONNECTICUT, USA — The Connecticut Department of Public Health, in partnership with pediatric providers from Connecticut Children’s and Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital, is reminding parents to take precautions against respiratory viruses this fall. This includes not only COVID, but also influenza and a virus some may never have heard of before--respiratory syncytial virus—also known as RSV.


Late-night complaints lead to four arrests, seizure of ghost gun in Waterbury

WATERBURY, Conn. — A late-night call about people hanging out of a car waving guns in a Waterbury apartment complex led to four arrests, the seizure of a "ghost gun", illegal magazines, and narcotics. Waterbury police say they were called to the Truman Apartment Complex on North Main Street around


National Guard soldiers leave CT for Poland deployment

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. — Several dozen members of the National Guard left Windsor Locks Sunday for a deployment that will eventually take them to Poland. Guardsmen and women from the nd Area Support Medical Company will be heading to several weeks of training in Texas before leaving to eastern Europe.


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Fox affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut

For the television station in Hartford known as WTIC-TV from to , see WFSB.

Television station in Connecticut, United States

WTIC-TV, virtual channel 61 (UHFdigital channel 34), is a Fox-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensed to Hartford, Connecticut, United States and serving the Hartford–New Haven, Connecticuttelevision market. Owned by Tegna Inc., it is part of a duopoly with Waterbury-licensed CW affiliate WCCT-TV (channel 20). Both stations share studios on Broad Street in downtown Hartford, while WTIC-TV's transmitter is located on Rattlesnake Mountain in Farmington, Connecticut.


Early history (–)[edit]

A group led by Arnold Chase and his company, Arch Communications, was granted a construction permit for channel 61 in September Chase originally planned to call his new station WETG, in memory of Ella T. Grasso, the first woman to serve as governor of Connecticut, who died in ;[1] these call letters were assigned on February 3, [2] Grasso's son was a minority partner in Chase's group.

However, changes in Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations during this time allowed separately-owned stations in the same market to obtain consent to share a call sign.[1] Chase then asked his father, owner of WTIC radio ( AM and FM) to allow Arch to use the historic WTIC-TV call letters. After securing consent, Arch applied for a waiver to use the call sign in June ;[3] the call change took effect on August 4[2] (the WETG call letters were subsequently used by a station in Erie, Pennsylvania, now fellow Fox affiliate WFXP). The WTIC-TV call sign had last been used by what is now WFSB (channel 3) from to In memory of Grasso, WTIC showed clips during their nightly sign-off of Grasso at work while church bells played "The Star-Spangled Banner". A graphic at the end of the sequence mentioned that the station was dedicated to Grasso's memory.

WTIC-TV began operation on September 17, , with a special live broadcast of a gala event hosted by TV star Eddie Albert and longtime WTIC radio personality Bob Steele. On this date, the station became the first station in New England to broadcast a stereo audio signal. Former PresidentJimmy Carter was in attendance.[4] Originally, it was a general entertainment independent station running cartoons, sitcoms, old movies, CBS shows pre-empted by WFSB, ABC shows pre-empted by WTNH (channel 8), NBC shows pre-empted by WVIT (channel 30), drama series, and sports in competition with the established independent station in the market, WTXX (channel 20, now CW-affiliated sister station WCCT-TV). During and , the station invested in stronger programming.

As a Fox affiliate (–present)[edit]

WTIC later became a charter Fox affiliate when the network launched on October 9, However, by , Arch encountered financial problems and WTIC nearly filed for bankruptcy. Many syndication distributors went unpaid and responded by pulling their programming from channel Extensive litigation followed as the contracts that were standard in the industry at that time stated that if a single payment was missed, no more programs would be provided, but the station was still required to pay the full amount due under the contract. As the litigation progressed, the shows were replaced by low-budget barter programming. Central to the litigation were allegations of illegal "tie-in" sales by program syndicators that artificially drove up the cost of programming to WTIC. The cases soon settled on terms favorable to Chase and WTIC. From the time it joined the network, WTIC-TV had served as the default Fox affiliate for the majority of the Springfield–Holyoke market in western Massachusetts, as that area had been one of the few television markets in the Eastern Time Zone without an affiliate of its own; Berkshire County was served by Albany affiliate WXXA-TV instead, as that county had been considered to be part of the Capital District region. This changed on March 31, when ABC affiliate WGGB-TV added Fox programming on its second digital subchannel.

WTIC-TV used this logo from to

Chase Broadcasting (owned by Arnold Chase's father's organization) acquired WTIC on October 2, Although the barter programming continued, the station began to realize some sustained success in part due to the early success of the Fox network and shows like 21 Jump Street and MarriedWith Children. A milestone was reached in , when WTIC began to regularly beat WTXX in the ratings. That year, Chase agreed to sell its four television stations—WTIC-TV, WATL in Atlanta, KDVR in Denver, and WXIN in Indianapolis—to Renaissance Broadcasting, owner of WTXX.[5] The sale did not include the WTIC radio stations,[5] which Chase retained until To comply with prevailing FCC regulations, Renaissance sold WTXX to a Roman Catholic non-profit group, Counterpoint Communications; both deals were completed in March [6] Renaissance tried to negotiate a local marketing agreement (LMA) with Counterpoint in which it would buy WTXX's entire broadcast day, except for overnights and an hour during the day in which WTXX was to run Catholic programming. During negotiations, which lasted from the time the sale became final until July , Renaissance agreed to have WTXX run The Disney Afternoon from &#;p.m. to &#;p.m. and some off network sitcoms from &#;p.m. to &#;p.m. weekdays free of charge, as well as first run syndicated shows on weekends in this slot. However, Counterpoint wanted only a part-time arrangement, and negotiations ultimately fell through. Eventually, WTXX entered into a part-time LMA with WVIT (channel 30).

After talks with Counterpoint fell through, Renaissance moved most of WTXX's stronger programming to WTIC, creating a stronger lineup for channel Some programming (such as older sitcoms), however, was returned to their syndication distributors and wound up first on WTWS (channel 26, now Ion Televisionowned-and-operated stationWHPX-TV) and then WTVU (channel 59, now MyNetworkTV affiliate WCTX). The cartoons that did not move to WTIC were sold to WVIT, which ultimately moved them back to WTXX.

This WTIC-TV logo, introduced in , is based on the logos used by stations owned by Fox Television Stations. This version was phased out after the move to the Courantfacilities in , though a "Fox CT News" version remained in use during newscasts for some time thereafter.

Tribune ownership[edit]

Former WTIC-TV logo under the "Fox CT" brand, used from until

On July 1, , Chicago-based Tribune Broadcasting (then-owner of New York City superstation WPIX) announced that it would acquire Renaissance Communications for $ billion.[7][8][9] Two years later, WTIC-TV replaced WVIT as the LMA partner for WTXX (then a UPN affiliate, later with The WB, currently a CW affiliate). In , Tribune bought WTXX outright. Both stations became sister properties of the Hartford Courant after Times Mirror merged with Tribune in As time went on, WTIC began dropping cartoons, movies, and older sitcoms in favor of more talk and reality shows. The weekday cartoons ended at the end of when Fox ended its weekday kids' block.

On July 10, , Tribune announced plans to spin off its publishing division into a separate company. Once the split was finalized in , WTIC-TV and WCCT-TV remained with the Tribune Company (which retained all non-publishing assets, including the broadcasting, digital media and Media Services units), while its newspapers (including the Hartford Courant) became part of the similarly named Tribune Publishing Company.[10][11] Despite the split, the stations remained in the Courant building.

On October 19, , the station announced that it would drop the "Fox CT" name and return to its previous "Fox 61" designation (which had been phased out in ).[12] The decision came after viewers were asked which title they preferred and to share their feelings in a special social media campaign.[13] Responses were overwhelmingly in favor of a return to the original branding, with many citing the nostalgia of the broadcast's original analog signal appearing on channel [14]

Aborted sale to Sinclair; sale to Nexstar and resale to Tegna[edit]

On May 8, , Hunt Valley, Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group announced that it would acquire Tribune Media for $ billion, plus the assumption of $ billion in debt held by Tribune.[15][16][17][18][19] Three weeks after the FCC's July 18 vote to have the deal reviewed by an administrative law judge amid "serious concerns" about Sinclair's forthrightness in its applications to sell certain conflict properties, on August 9, , Tribune announced it would terminate the Sinclair deal, intending to seek other M&A opportunities. Tribune also filed a breach of contract lawsuit in the Delaware Chancery Court, alleging that Sinclair engaged in protracted negotiations with the FCC and the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division over regulatory issues, refused to sell stations in markets where it already had properties, and proposed divestitures to parties with ties to Sinclair executive chair David D. Smith that were rejected or highly subject to rejection to maintain control over stations it was required to sell.[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31]

On December 3, , Irving, Texas-based Nexstar Media Group—which has owned ABC affiliate WTNH and MyNetworkTV affiliate WCTX since January —announced it would acquire the assets of Tribune Media for $ billion in cash and debt. As FCC regulations prohibit common ownership of more than two stations in the same media market, or two or more of the four highest-rated stations in the market, Nexstar was required to sell two of the stations (including one ranking among the top four in total-day viewership) to a separate, unrelated company to address the ownership conflict.[32][33][34][35][36][37][38][39][40][41] On March 20, , McLean, Virginia-based Tegna Inc. announced it would purchase WTIC and WCCT from Nexstar upon consummation of the merger, as part of the company's sale of nineteen Nexstar- and Tribune-operated stations to Tegna and the E. W. Scripps Company (the latter of which would acquire WPIX) in separate deals worth $ billion; this made the WTIC/WCCT duopoly the first television properties in Connecticut and southern New England for Tegna.[42][43] The sale was completed on September 19, [44]


Sports programming[edit]

Since Fox began airing sports programming in , WTIC has had to deal with issues regarding Major League Baseball and NFL coverage. Connecticut is split between the traditional home territories for Boston and New York City teams. The football issue is not typically as stark because the New York Giants and New England Patriots play in separate conferences, each with their own network television deals, so there is little overlap. However, it used to be a source of frustration during baseball season. On occasion, Fox will pick both the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox for its baseball broadcast windows. Usually, MLB limits Fox to a single game and does not allow any other station to broadcast baseball in that window (from &#;p.m. to &#;p.m., and since , alternately from &#;p.m. to &#;p.m.), including the cable channels that usually air Yankees and Red Sox games, YES and NESN. This historically resulted in numerous complaints among Connecticut baseball fans when WTIC would only be able to broadcast either the Yankees or the Red Sox. The network has since relented, and now allows WCCT to broadcast the other game in the case of a Yankees/Red Sox conflict, as well as in the case of a Red Sox/Mets conflict. Beginning with the season to alleviate coverage issues, game broadcasts of the New York Mets from sister station WPIX have alternated between WTIC and WCCT.

News operation[edit]

WTIC-TV presently broadcasts 56½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 9½ hours each weekday and 4½ hours each on Saturdays and Sundays); in regards to the number of hours devoted to news programming, it is the highest local newscast output of any television station in the state of Connecticut.

The station broadcasts the Xfinity Sports Desk at &#;p.m. on Saturday and Sunday nights. WTIC also produces a weekly public affairs show, The Real Story, which airs Sunday mornings at &#;a.m. Along with obtaining world and national news footage from Fox News, WTIC also receives news footage from CNN Newsource and the Associated Press.

News department history[edit]

In , WTIC launched its news department with the debut of a nightly half-hour &#;p.m. newscast, which was the second in the market after a short-lived attempt on WHCT-TV (channel 18, now Univision affiliate WUVN) in ; original WTIC news anchor Pat Sheehan had previously served as the anchor for WHCT's program. The &#;p.m. newscast was joined in June by an in-depth news program at &#;p.m. similar in style to the original format of Nightline called Tonight in Connecticut;[45] after two months of low ratings, Tonight in Connecticut was dropped in August in favor of a half-hour extension of the existing &#;p.m. newscast.[46] In , when WTIC replaced WVIT as WTXX's LMA partner, the WVIT-produced &#;p.m. broadcast was replaced with a simulcast of the first half-hour of channel 61's primetime newscast. On April 24, , WTXX began to simulcast the entire hour of the program. That station did not have a separate news open for the nightly broadcasts; whenever Fox programming or sports delayed the news on WTIC, it was still aired on WTXX but under the name of News at Ten. There was also a News at Ten logo bug in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen in place of the Fox 61 News bug. WTXX discontinued its simulcast of the &#;p.m. newscast in June , shortly before changing its callsign to WCCT-TV; that station continues to show the newscast when it is preempted on WTIC.

The station launched a weekday morning newscast on March 3, The &#;a.m. hour competes with WCTX's morning show (which is produced by sister station WTNH), and airs for one hour. On August 4, , the weekday morning newscast was expanded to 4½ hours and began airing from &#;a.m. - &#;a.m. During the &#;a.m. hour, the format of the program includes several interview segments focusing on entertainment, lifestyle and health. This hour is simulcast on WCCT; the station's simulcasts of portions of the morning newscast have been intermittent throughout the newscast's existence. Since launching the morning broadcast, WTIC-TV has entered into a weather department partnership with WTIC radio ( AM). The weather center now features meteorologists from the radio and television stations. Weather reports can also be heard on WTIC, WTIC-FM ( FM), WRCH ( FM), WZMX ( FM), and WZBG ( FM).

On September 8, , WTIC debuted a weeknight &#;p.m. newscast. On September 21, the station launched a weekday midday newscast at &#;a.m.[47] A weeknight &#;p.m. newscast was planned, but did not debut on that date. On August 23, , WTIC launched an hour-long late afternoon newscast at &#;p.m. on weekdays.[48]

In July , news reporter Shelly Sindland filed both state and federal complaints alleging age and sex discrimination in the station's newsroom.[49][50] Media websites also raised questions about the way the case was covered by the Hartford Courant, which operates under the same management as WTIC.[51]

On December 12, , WTIC, WCCT (then WTXX) and the Hartford Courant moved into their new combined newsroom facilities in Downtown Hartford, and WTIC rebranded from "Fox 61" to "Fox CT" (a transition that was completed in July ).[52] In addition, WTIC became the second station in the market to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition, with WCCT's newscasts also making the transition. On January 22, , WTIC launched weekend morning newscasts, airing for two hours from &#;a.m. - &#;a.m.; it is the third Tribune-owned station with a weekend morning newscast (now-independent station and Tribune flagshipWGN-TV in Chicago and Fox affiliate WXIN in Indianapolis debuted weekend morning newscasts before WTIC, CW affiliate KTLA in Los Angeles launched a weekend morning newscast a few months later in April ).[53] On September 26, , WTIC expanded its weekday morning newscast to 5½ hours from &#;a.m. &#;a.m.; with the expansion, the &#;a.m. newscast was dropped from the schedule.[54] On January 28, , WTIC launched an hour-long &#;p.m. newscast.[55] On September 9, , WTIC expanded its weekday morning newscast to six hours with the addition of a half-hour, now starting at &#;a.m.[56] At some point afterwards, the weekend morning news was also expanded, this time by an hour and it now airs from &#;a.m. &#;a.m.

Technical information[edit]


The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

WTIC-TV shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 61, on June 12, , as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.[58] The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 31, using PSIP to display WTIC-TV's virtual channel as 61 on digital television receivers, which was among the high band UHF channels () that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition,


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  54. ^WTIC Revamps Morning News Schedule, TVNewsCheck, September 23,
  55. ^WTIC To Debut 5PM News Next Week, TVSpy, January 22,
  56. ^FOX 61 adding another half-hour of news, weekdays starting September 9th
  57. ^RabbitEars TV Query for WTIC
  58. ^List of Digital Full-Power Stations

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Broadcast television serving Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut

WCCT-TV serves as the market's ATSC lighthouse station, with its subchannels hosted by other market stations.

English (Hartford/New Haven)
  • WFSB ( CBS, Mystery, Laff, Wx, Radar)
  • WTNH ( ABC, Rewind)
  • WCCT-TV ( CW, Court TV, Comet, Stadium)
  • WEDH 24 / WEDN 53 / WEDY 65 (PBS, xx.2 Kids, xx.3 CPTV Spirit)
  • WHPX-TV ( Ion, Bounce, Court TV, Grit, QVC, HSN)
  • WVIT ( NBC, Cozi, Lx)
  • WRNT-LD ( GetTV, Dabl, Cheddar, Shop LC, Buzzr, Novelisima)
  • WTXX-LD ( Azteca, beIN Xtra, Ads)
  • WHCT-LD ( MeTV, H&I, Start, Movies!, Decades)
  • WCTX ( MNTV, Comet)
  • WTIC-TV ( Fox, ANT, TBD, Crime, Twist)
Spanish (Hartford/New Haven)
English (Bridgeport/Stamford)
Springfield, MA
ATSC digital
Cable channels

Broadcast television in the Pioneer Valley region, including Springfield

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Local stations
WSHM-LD ( CBS, Cozi)
WWLP ( NBC, CW+, Ion, Mystery)
WGGB-TV ( ABC, Fox/MNTV, Court TV)
WGBY-TV ( PBS, World, Kids, Create)
Outlying area
WFSB ( CBS, Mystery, Laff, WFSB Fairfield County, Wx, Radar)
WTNH ( ABC, Rewind)
WUVN ( UNI Hartford, LATV)
WCCT-TV ( CW, Court TV, Comet, Stadium)
WHPX-TV ( Ion, Bounce, Court TV, Grit, Defy, TrueReal)
WVIT ( NBC, Cozi, Lx)
WTXX-LD ( Azteca, beIN, QVC)
WZME ( ShopHQ, Sonlife)
WUTH-CD ( UniMás)
WCTX ( MNTV, Comet)
WTIC-TV ( Fox, ANT, TBD, Crime, Twist)
Albany, NY
WTEN ( ABC, Cozi, ANT, Mystery)
WNYT ( NBC, MeTV, Start TV, GetTV)
WNYA ( MNTV, TheGrio, Decades, H&I; Pittsfield)
Boston, MA
WGBH-TV ( PBS, World)
WBZ-TV ( CBS, Start TV, Dabl, Fave TV)
WHDH ( Ind., This)
WBTS-CD ( NBC, Cozi, Lx)
WFXT ( Fox, Mystery, Laff)
WUTF-TV ( UniMás, LATV, TBD, Stadium, Court TV)
WSBK-TV ( MNTV(also on area basic cable), H&I, Comet, Charge!, Circle)
WGBX-TV (/ PBS, Create, Kids)
WLVI ( CW, Buzzr)
ATSC digital
Cable stations
Defunct stations
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