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La Crosse, Wisconsin

Edition '', ''Judge Judy'', ''The Nate Berkus Show'', and ''The Doctors (The Doctors (2008 TV series))'' among others. KTTC can be seen over-the-air through a low-powered (low-power television) translator (broadcast relay station) '''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 (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WXOW on Houston County

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

) and Pennsylvania Route 309 (North Cross Valley Expressway). On September 18, WKTV launched a new second digital subchannel to simulcast WBU and offer off-air access to CW programming. The station then began using the '''WKTV-DT2''' calls in an official manner. Meanwhile, low-powered (low-power television) UPN affiliate WPNY-LP joined News Corporation-owned MyNetworkTV on September 5. Originally, this subchannel was known on-air as "Central New York CW" but was eventually re

Greenville, South Carolina

-owned. Even though it was licensed as a full-powered outlet, the station initially operated at low-power (low-power television) simulcasting Christian programming from WGGS-TV in Greenville (Greenville, South Carolina). WASV began to run infomercials and shop-at-home (Shopping channel) programming in the early-1990s. It was sold in 1995 to Pappas Telecasting (a previous owner of rival WHNS) and began to transmit in analog at full-power in 1996. At that time, Pappas

Binghamton, New York

television low-powered analog signal on UHF channel 20 from a transmitter at its studios on Ingraham Hill Road. The station can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 5 (hence the '''''NBC 5''''' branding) and in high definition (high-definition television) on digital channel 700. Owned by Newport Television, WBGH is sister to ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WIVT and the two share studios. Personal life Baker was born in Binghamton, New York

Montgomery, Alabama

Clark Circle. This change resulted in its advertising sales and traffic departments being held together under the same room for the first time. On December 15, 2003, Raycom Media bought the station; two years later, WDFX became a sister station to NBC affiliate WSFA in Montgomery after Raycom acquired The Liberty Corporation. The big three outlet (Big Three television networks) currently serves the Wiregrass Region as its de-facto NBC affiliate. However, low-power television low-powered

Fort Wayne, Indiana

; Albums" '''WFWC-CA''' is a Class-A low power (low power television) television station in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It broadcasts as an affiliate of 3ABN channel 45. '''WFFT-TV''' is an Independent (Independent station (North America)) station for Northeastern Indiana (Northern Indiana) licensed to Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana). From the network's launch on October 9th, 1986 to July 31, 2011, WFFT was the Fox (Fox Network)-affiliated


is not normally issued by the FCC due to it being in the same band as television channel 6. KSFH is the only one operating under the rules as written, which only permits the use of 87.9 for displaced full-service class-D FM stations. Other radio stations that broadcast below 88 MHz today must do so by having a low-power (low-power television) analog television broadcast license for channel 6, which would allows them to transmit with reduced modulation (and therefore at low

United States

mass transit in lieu of new freeways. Prior to KGCW's digital conversion (Digital television transition in the United States), its Burlington-based analog signal only operated at an effective radiated power of 200 kilowatts at a height of only 96 meters. This resulted in a limited coverage area compared with most full-powered UHF channels in the United States. Later, it experienced interference from low-powered (low-power television) WBQD-LP in the Quad Cities which

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