List of Fox television affiliates (table)

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The Fox Broadcasting Company operates an American television network made up of 17 owned-and-operated stations and over 185 affiliates. This is a table listing of Fox affiliates, with Fox-owned stations separated from privately owned affiliates, and arranged by market ranking based on data compiled by Nielsen Media Research. Eventually, there will be links to and articles on each of the stations, describing their local programming, hosts and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's advertised channel number follows the call letters. In most cases, this is their PSIP virtual channel number, representing their pre-digital transition over-the-air frequency.

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Owned-and-operated stations[edit]

Stations are listed alphabetically by state and city of license.

Notes:

1) Two boldface asterisks appearing following a station's call letters (**) indicate a station that was an original Fox-owned station from the network's inception in 1986;
2) Two boldface plus signs appearing following a stations call letters (++) indicate a station that was owned by New World Communications prior to its acquisition by News Corporation in 1997;
3) This list does not include Fox-owned stations affiliated with MyNetworkTV; a list is available under the article Fox Television Stations.
City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Owned since Notes
Phoenix KSAZ-TV ++ 10 (10) 1995 1997
Los Angeles KTTV ** 11 (11) 1986 1986
Washington, D.C. WTTG ** 5 (36) 1986 1986
Ocala - Gainesville, FL WOGX 51 (31) 1991 2002 semi-satellite of WOFL, Orlando, FL
Orlando - Daytona Beach - Melbourne WOFL 35 (22) 1986 2002
Tampa - St. Petersburg - Sarasota WTVT ++ 13 (12) 1994 1997
Atlanta WAGA-TV ++ 5 (27) 1994 1997
Chicago WFLD-TV ** 32 (31) 1986 1986
Boston WFXT 25 (31) 1986 1995 previously owned by Fox from 1987–1991
Detroit WJBK-TV ++ 2 (7) 1994 1997
Minneapolis - St. Paul KMSP-TV 9 (9) 2002 2001 previously with Fox from 1986–1988
New York City WNYW ** 5 (44) 1986 1986
Belmont - Charlotte, NC WJZY[1] 46 (47) 2013 2013
Philadelphia WTXF-TV 29 (42) 1986 1995
Memphis WHBQ-TV 13 (13) 1995 1995
Austin, Texas KTBC-TV ++ 7 (7) 1994 1997
Dallas - Fort Worth KDFW-TV ++ 4 (35) 1995 1997
Houston KRIV-TV ** 26 (26) 1986 1986

Affiliate stations[edit]

DMA# Market Station Channel
TV / DT
Year of affiliation Ownership
6. San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose KTVU 2 / 44 1986 Cox Media Group
12. Seattle - Tacoma KCPQ 13 / 13 1986 Tribune Broadcasting
16. Miami - Fort Lauderdale WSVN 7 / 7 1989 Sunbeam Television
17. Denver KDVR/
KFCT
31 / 32
22 / 21
1986/1994
(owned by Fox from 1995–2008;
KFCT is a satellite of KDVR)
Tribune Broadcasting
18. Cleveland - Akron WJW-TV ++ 8 / 8 1994
(owned by Fox from 1997–2008)
Tribune Broadcasting
20. Sacramento - Stockton - Modesto KTXL 40 / 40 1986 Tribune Broadcasting
21. St. Louis KTVI ++ 2 / 43 1995
(owned by Fox from 1997–2008)
Tribune Broadcasting
22. Portland, Oregon KPTV 12 / 12 2002
(previously with Fox from 1986–88;
owned by Fox from 2001–02)
Meredith Corporation
23. Pittsburgh WPGH-TV 53 / 43 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
24. Raleigh - Durham - Fayetteville WRAZ 50 / 49 1998 Capitol Broadcasting
26. Indianapolis WXIN 59 / 45 1986 Tribune Broadcasting
27. Baltimore WBFF 45 / 46 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
28. San Diego KSWB-TV 69 / 19 2008 Tribune Broadcasting
29. Nashville WZTV 17 / 15 1990 Sinclair Broadcast Group
30. Hartford - New Haven, CT WTIC-TV 61 / 31 1986 Tribune Broadcasting
31. Kansas City, Missouri WDAF-TV ++ 4 / 34 1994
(owned by Fox from 1997–2008)
Tribune Broadcasting
32. Columbus, Ohio WTTE 28 / 36 1986 Cunningham Broadcasting
(controlled by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
33. Salt Lake City KSTU 13 / 28 1986
(owned by Fox from 1990–2008)
Tribune Broadcasting
34. Milwaukee WITI-TV ++ 6 / 33 1994
(owned by Fox from 1997–2008)
Tribune Broadcasting
35. Cincinnati WXIX-TV 19 / 29 1986 Raycom Media
36. San Antonio KABB 29 / 30 1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group
37. Greenville - Spartanburg - Asheville WHNS 21 / 21 1988 Meredith Corporation
38. West Palm Beach WFLX 29 / 28 1986 Raycom Media
39. Birmingham - Tuscaloosa, AL WBRC-TV 6 / 50 1996
(owned by Fox from 1995–2008)
Raycom Media
40. Las Vegas KVVU-TV 5 / 9 1986 Meredith Corporation
41. Harrisburg - Lancaster -
York - Lebanon
WPMT 43 / 47 1986 Tribune Broadcasting
42. Grand Rapids - Kalamazoo -
Battle Creek, MI
WXMI 17 / 19 1986 Tribune Broadcasting
43. Portsmouth - Norfolk - Newport News WVBT 43 / 29 1998 LIN Media
44. Oklahoma City KOKH-TV 25 / 24 1990 Sinclair Broadcast Group
45. Albuquerque - Santa Fe KASA-TV 2 / 27 1986 LIN Media
46. Greensboro - High Point - Winston-Salem WGHP 8 / 35 1995
(owned by Fox from 1995–2008)
Tribune Broadcasting
48. Louisville WDRB-TV 41 / 49 1986 Block Communications
50. Jacksonville WAWS 30 / 32 1986 Cox Media Group
51. Buffalo WUTV 29 / 14 1990
(previously with Fox from 1986–89)
Sinclair Broadcast Group
52. New Orleans WVUE-DT 8 / 29 1996 Louisiana Media Company (operated by Raycom Media)
53. Providence - New Bedford WNAC-TV 64 / 12 1986 Super Towers
(operated by LIN Media)
54. Scranton - Wilkes-Barre, PA WOLF-TV 56 / 45 1986 New Age Media
55. Fresno, California KMPH-TV 26 / 28 1986 Titan TV Broadcast Group
56. Little Rock KLRT-TV 16 / 30 1990 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
57. Richmond WRLH-TV 35 / 26 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
58. Albany - Schenectady - Troy, N.Y. WXXA-TV 23 / 7 1986 Shield Media
(operated by Media General)
59. Tulsa KOKI-TV 23 / 22 1986 Cox Media Group
60. Mobile, AL - Pensacola, FL WALA-TV 10 / 9 1996 LIN Media
61. Knoxville WTNZ 43 / 34 1986 Raycom Media
62. Fort Myers, Florida WFTX-TV 36 / 35 1986 Journal Broadcast Group
63. Dayton, Ohio WRGT-TV 45 / 30 1986 Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
64. Lexington, Kentucky WDKY-TV 31 / 4 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
65. Huntington - Charleston, W.V. WVAH-TV 11 / 19 1986 Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
66. Roanoke - Lynchburg, VA WFXR/
WWCW-DT2
27 / 17
21.2 / 20.2
1992/1986
(WWCW-DT2 is a satellite of WFXR)
Grant Broadcasting System II
67. Wichita, Kansas KSAS-TV/
KAAS-TV/
KOCW
24 / 26
24 / 17
24 / 14
1986/1988/2000
(KAAS and KOCW are
satellites of KSAS-TV)
Sinclair Broadcast Group
68. Flint - Saginaw - Bay City, MI WSMH 66 / 16 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
69. Green Bay WLUK-TV 11 / 11 1995 LIN Media
70. Tucson, Arizona KMSB 11 / 25 1986 Sander Media (operated by Raycom Media)
71. Honolulu KHON-TV/
KAII-TV/
KHAW-TV
2 / 8
7 / 21
11 / 36
1996
(KAII and KHAW are
satellites of KHON)
LIN Media
72. Des Moines KDSM-TV 17 / 16 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
73. Spokane, Washington KAYU-TV 28 / 28 1986 Northwest Broadcasting
74. Toledo, Ohio WUPW 36 / 46 1986 American Spirit Media
(operated through SSA by Raycom Media)
75. Springfield, Missouri KRBK

[2]

31 / 49 2011 Koplar Communications
76. Omaha KPTM 42 / 43 1986 Titan TV Broadcast Group
77. Columbia, South Carolina WACH 57 / 48 1988 Sinclair Broadcast Group
78. Portland, Maine WPFO 23 / 23 2003 Corporate Media Consultants Group
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
79. Rochester, New York WUHF 31 / 28 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
80. Huntsville, Alabama WZDX 54 / 41 1990 Grant Broadcasting System II
81. Paducah, KY - Cape Girardeau, MO - Harrisburg, IL KBSI 23 / 22 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
82. Champaign - Urbana - Springfield, IL WRSP-TV/
WCCU
55 / 44
27 / 26
1986
(WCCU is a semi-satellite of WRSP-TV)
GOCOM Media of Illinois, L.L.C.
83. Shreveport-Texarkana KMSS-TV 33 / 34 1986 Communications Corporation of America
84. Syracuse, New York WSYT-TV 68 / 19 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
85. Madison, Wisconsin WMSN-TV 47 / 11 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
86. Chattanooga WDSI-TV 61 / 40 1986 New Age Media
87. Harlingen - Weslaco -
Brownsville - McAllen, TX
KFXV-LD/
KXFX-CA
67 / 20
20 / 20
2012
(KXFX-CA is a satellite of KFXV-LD)
Entravision
88. Waco - Temple - Bryan, TX KWKT-TV/
KYLE
44 / 44
28 / 28
1986
(KYLE is a satellite of KWKT-TV)
Communications Corporation of America
89. Cedar Rapids - Waterloo -
Iowa City - Dubuque, IA
KFXA 28 / 27 1988 Second Generation of Iowa
(controlled by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
90. Colorado Springs - Pueblo, CO KXRM-TV 21 / 22 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
91. El Paso, Texas KFOX-TV 14 / 15 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
92. Savannah, Georgia WTGS 28 / 28 1986 Vaughan Media
(operated by LIN Media)
93. Jackson, Mississippi WDBD 40 / 40 2006
(previously with Fox from 1988–2001)
American Spirit Media
(operated through SSA by Raycom Media)
94. Baton Rouge, Louisiana WGMB-TV 44 / 45 1991 Communications Corporation of America
95. Burlington, VT - Plattsburgh, N.Y. WFFF-TV 44 / 43 1997 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
96. Tri-Cities, TN-VA WEMT 39 / 38 1987 Esteem Broadcasting
(managed by Bonten Media Group)
97. South Bend, Indiana WSJV 28 / 28 1995 Quincy Newspapers
98. Charleston, South Carolina WTAT-TV 24 / 24 1986 Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
99. Greenville - New Bern -
Washington, N.C.
WFXI-TV/
WYDO
8 / 8
14 / 21
1988/1992
(WYDO is a satellite of WFXI)
Esteem Broadcasting
(managed by Bonten Media Group)
100. Quad Cities, Illinois-Iowa KLJB 18 / 49 1990
(previously with Fox from 1986–88)
Grant Broadcasting System II
101. Fort Smith, Arkansas KFTA-TV 24 / 28 2006 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
102. Altoona - Johnstown, PA WWCP-TV 8 / 8 1986 Horseshoe Curve Communications
103. Florence - Myrtle Beach, S.C. WFXB 43 / 18 1997 Bahakel Communications
104. Evansville, Indiana WEVV-DT2[3] 44.2 2011
(previously with Fox from 1986-1995)
Communications Corporation of America
105. Lincoln - Hastings - Kearney, NE KFXL-TV 51 / 51 1986 Lincoln Broadcasting, LLC
(operated by Pappas Telecasting Companies)
106. Tallahassee, FL-Thomasville, GA WTLH 49 / 50 1989 New Age Media
107. Tyler - Longview, TX KFXK-TV 51 / 31 1991 White Knight Broadcasting
108. Reno, Nevada KRXI 11 / 44 1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group
109. Fort Wayne, Indiana WFFT-TV 55 / 36 2013
(previously with Fox from 1986-2011)[4]
Nexstar Broadcasting Group
110. Youngstown, Ohio WYFX-LD/
WKBN-DT2
62 / 19
42.2
1998 LIN Media
111. Augusta, Georgia WFXG 54 / 31 1990 Raycom Media
112. Boise, Idaho KNIN-TV[5] 9 / 10 2011 Journal Broadcast Group
113. Sioux Falls, South Dakota KTTW/
KTTM
7 / 7
12 / 12
1987/1987
(KTTM is a satellite of KTTW)
Independent Communications
114. Springfield - Holyoke, MA WGGB-DT2 40.2 2008 Gormally Broadcasting
115. Lansing, Michigan WSYM-TV 47 / 38 1990 Journal Broadcast Group
116. Peoria - Bloomington, IL WYZZ-TV 43 / 28 1986 Sinclair Broadcast Group
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
117. Fargo, North Dakota KVRR/
KBRR/
KJRR/
KNRR
15 / 19
10 / 10
7 / 7
12 / 12
1986
(KBRR, KJRR and KNRR
are satellites of KVRR)
Red River Broadcasting
118. Macon, Georgia WGXA 24 / 16 1996 Frontier Radio Management Inc.
119. Montgomery - Selma, AL WCOV-TV 20 / 20 1986 Woods Communications Corporation
120. Cadillac - Traverse City -
Sault Ste. Marie, MI
WFQX-TV/
WFUP-TV
32 / 32
45 / 45
1990/1993
(WFUP is a satellite of WFQX)
Cadillac Telecasting
(operated by Heritage Broadcasting Group)
121. Eugene, Oregon KLSR-TV 34 / 31 1988 California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc.
122. Santa Barbara - Santa Maria -
San Luis Obispo, CA
KKFX-CA/
KCOY-DT2
24 / None
19.2
1998 Cowles Publishing Company
123. Yakima - Pasco -
Richland - Kennewick, WA
KFFX-TV 11 / 11 1999 Northwest Broadcasting
124. Lafayette, Louisiana KADN-TV 15 / 16 1986 Communications Corporation of America
125. Monterey - Salinas - Santa Cruz, CA KCBA 35 / 13 1986 Seal Rock Broadcasters
(operated by Cowles Publishing Company)
126. Bakersfield, California KBFX-CD/
KBAK-DT2
58 / 29
33.2
1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group
127. Columbus, Georgia WXTX 54 / 49 1986 American Spirit Media
(operated by Raycom Media)
128. La Crosse - Eau Claire, WI WLAX-TV/
WEUX-TV
25 / 17
48 / 49
1986/1993
(WEUX is a satellite of WLAX)
Grant Broadcasting System II
129. Corpus Christi, Texas KUQI 38 / 38 2008 High Maintenance Broadcasting
130. Amarillo, Texas KCIT 14 / 15 1986 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
131. Chico - Redding, CA KCVU-TV 20 / 20 1987 Esteem Broadcasting
(managed by Bonten Media Group)
132. Wilmington, North Carolina WSFX-TV 26 / 30 1994 American Spirit Media
(operated by Raycom Media)
133. Columbus - Tupelo, MS WLOV-TV 27 / 16 1995 Lingard Broadcasting
(operated by WTVA, Inc.)
134. Rockford, Illinois WQRF-TV 39 /42 1989 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
135. Wausau - Rhinelander, WI WFXS-DT 55 / 31 1998 Davis Television
136. Topeka, Kansas KTMJ-CD/
KSNT-DT2
43 / None
27.2
1989 LIN Media
137. El Dorado, AR-Monroe, LA KARD-TV 14 / 36 1994 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
138. Columbia - Jefferson City, MO KQFX-LD 21 / 22 1997 News-Press & Gazette Company
139. Duluth, MN-Superior, WI KQDS-TV 21 / 17 1999 Red River Broadcasting
140. Medford - Klamath Falls, OR KMVU-DT 26 / 26 1994 Northwest Broadcasting
141. Beaumont, Texas KBTV-TV 4 / 40 2009 Deerfield Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
142. Wichita Falls, TX-Lawton, OK KJTL 18 / 15 1986 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
143. Lubbock, Texas KJTV-TV 34 / 35 1986 Ramar Communications
144. Salisbury, Maryland WBOC-DT2 None / 21.2 2006 Draper Holdings Business Trust
145. Palm Springs, California KDFX-CA/
KESQ-DT2
33 / None
42.2
1990 News-Press & Gazette Company
146. Erie, Pennsylvania WFXP 66 / 22 1986 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
147. Sioux City, Iowa KPTH 44 / 49 1999 Titan TV Broadcast Group
148. Anchorage, Alaska KTBY 4 / 20 1986 Coastal Television
149. Joplin, MO-Pittsburg, KS KFJX 14 / 13 2005 Saga Communications
150. Albany, Georgia WFXL 31 / 12 1989 Sinclair Broadcast Group
151. Midland - Odessa, Texas KPEJ-TV 24 / 23 1990 Communications Corporation of America
152. Bismarck, North Dakota KFYR-DT2/
KMOT-DT2/
KNDX-LD/KQCD-DT2
KXND-LD/KUMV-DT2
5.2
10.2

38.1/7.2
38.1/8.2
2014
(KMOT, KQCD, and KUMV are satellites of KFYR-TV)
Gray Television
153. Rochester - Austin, MN - Mason City, IA KXLT-TV 47 / 46 1998 SagamoreHill Broadcasting
(operated by Quincy Newspapers)
154. Terre Haute, Indiana WTHI-DT2[6] 10.2 2011 LIN Media
155. Bangor, Maine WFVX-LD/
WVII-DT2
22 / None
14.2
2003 Rockfleet Broadcasting
156. Bluefield - Beckley - Oak Hill, W.V. WVNS-DT2 59.2 2006
(previously with Fox from 1996–2001)
West Virginia Media Holdings
157. Binghamton, New York WICZ-TV 40 / 8 1996 Northwest Broadcasting
158. Steubenville, OH-Wheeling, W.V. WTRF-DT2 7.2 2006 West Virginia Media Holdings
159. Panama City, Florida WPGX 28 / 9 1988 Raycom Media
160. Pocatello - Idaho Falls, Idaho KXPI-LD/
KIDK-DT2
[7]
24 / 24
3.2
2012 Sinclair Broadcast Group
(operated under SSA by News-Press & Gazette Company)
161. Sherman, TX-Ada, OK KXII-DT3[8] 12.3 2006 Gray Television
162. Biloxi - Gulfport, MS WXXV-TV 25 / 48 1986 Morris Multimedia
164. Abilene - Sweetwater, TX KXVA 15 / 15 2001 Bayou City Broadcasting
165. Missoula, Montana KTMF-DT2 23.2 / 2009 Cowles Publishing Company
166. Yuma, AZ-El Centro, CA KECY-TV 9 / 9 1995 News-Press & Gazette Company
167. Hattiesburg - Laurel, MS WHPM-LD 23 / 23 2011 WHPM-TV, LLC
168. Billings, Montana KHMT 4 / 22 1995 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
169. Dothan, Alabama WDFX-TV 34 / 33 1991 Raycom Media
170. Clarksburg - Weston, W.V. WVFX 10 / 10 1998 Withers Broadcasting
171. Quincy, IL-Hannibal, MO WGEM-DT3 10.3 1994 Quincy Newspapers
172. Utica, New York WFXV 33 / 27 1986 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
173. Rapid City, South Dakota KEVN-TV/
KIVV-TV
7 / 7
5 / 5
1995
(KIVV is a satellite of KEVN)
Mission TV, L.L.C.
174. Elmira, New York WYDC 48 / 48 1989 Vision Communications L.L.C.
175. Lake Charles, Louisiana KVHP 29 / 30 1986 National Communications
176. Jackson, Tennessee WJKT 16 / 39 2006 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
177. Watertown, New York WNYF-CD/
WWNY-DT2
28 / 35
7.2
2001 United Communications Corporation
178. Harrisonburg, Virginia WSVF-CD 43 / 43 2012 Gray Television
179. Alexandria, Louisiana WNTZ-TV 48 / 49 1991 Communications Corporation of America
180. Marquette, Michigan WLUC-DT2 35.2 2009 Sinclair Broadcast Group
181. Jonesboro, Arkansas none (served by KLRT-TV, Little Rock AR
and WHBQ-TV, Memphis TN)
182. Bowling Green, Kentucky WBKO-DT2 13.2 2006 Gray Television
183. Charlottesville, Virginia WAHU-CD
WCAV-DT3
27 / 40 2005 Gray Television
184. Grand Junction - Montrose, Colorado KFQX 4 / 15 1993 Parker Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
185. Laredo, Texas KXOF-CD/
KLDO-DT3
27.3 / 39-1
27.3
2007 Entravision
186. Meridian, Mississippi WGBC-DT 30.1 2009 WGBC-TV, LLC
187. Greenwood - Greenville, Mississippi WABG-DT2 6.2 2006 Commonwealth Communications
188. Lafayette, Indiana none (served by WXIN, Indianapolis IN)
189. Butte - Bozeman, Montana KWYB-DT2 18.2 2000 Cowles Publishing Company
190. Great Falls, Montana KFBB-DT2 5.2 2009 Cowles Publishing Company
191. Twin Falls, Idaho KSVT-LD/
KMVT-DT2
[9]
43 / 43
11.3
2012 Neuhoff Family Limited Partnership
192. Parkersburg, West Virginia WOVA-LD 22 2012 Gray Television
193. Bend, Oregon KFXO-LD/
KTVZ-DT4
39 / 39
21.4
1996 News-Press & Gazette Company
194. Eureka, California KBVU-TV 28 / 28 1994
(semi-satellite of KCVU, Chico CA)
Esteem Broadcasting
(managed by Bonten Media Group)
195. Cheyenne, WY - Scottsbluff, NE KLWY/
KFNR
27 / 27
9 / 9
1986
(KFNR is a satellite of KLWY)
Wyomedia Corporation
196. Casper - Riverton, Wyoming KFNB 20 / 20 2004
(satellite of KLWY, Cheyenne WY)
Wyomedia Corporation
KFNE 10 / 10 2004
(satellite of KLWY, Cheyenne WY)
First National Broadcasting Corporation
197. San Angelo, Texas KIDY 6 / 19 1986 Bayou City Broadcasting
198. Mankato, Minnesota KEYC-DT2 12.2 2007 United Communications Corporation
199. Ottumwa, IA-Kirksville, MO KYOU-TV 15 / 15 1992 American Spirit Media
200. St. Joseph, Missouri KNPN-LD 26 / 26 2012 News-Press & Gazette Company
201. Lima, Ohio WLIO-DT2 8.2 2002 Block Communications
202. Fairbanks, Alaska KFXF 7 / 7 1992 Tanana Valley Television Corporation
203. Zanesville, Ohio none (served by WTTE, Columbus OH)
204. Victoria, Texas KVCT 19 / 11 1994 Saga Communications
205. Presque Isle, Maine WAGM-DT1 8.1 2006 NEPSK Inc.
206. Helena, Montana KHBB-DT2 21.2 2008 Cowles Publishing Company
207. Juneau, Alaska KJUD-DT3 8.3 2011 Vision Alaska
208. Alpena, Michigan WBKB-DT2 11.2 2010 Marks Radio Group
209. North Platte, Nebraska KIIT-CA/
KNOP-DT2
11 / None
2.2
1994 Gray Television
210. Glendive, Montana none (served by KDVR, Denver CO)
NR Dededo, Guam KEQI-LP/
KTGM-DT2
22 / None
14.2
2004 Sorensen Pacific Broadcasting, Inc.
NR Aguadilla, Puerto Rico WSJX-LP 24 / None 2006 LKK Group

Fox channels outside the United States[edit]

These channels use the Fox brand but do not necessarily air all of the same programming as the U.S. network.

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ On July 1, 2013, WJZY replaced charter Fox affiliate WCCB (channel 18); WCCB subsequently replaced WJZY as the CW affiliate for the Charlotte market. Washburn, Mark (January 29, 2013). "Shakeup in Charlotte TV: Fox buying two local stations". The Charlotte Observer. Retrieved May 20, 2013. ; Washburn, Mark (May 9, 2013). "Charlotte stations revealing branding strategies". The Charlotte Observer. Retrieved May 20, 2013. 
  2. ^ KRBK replaced KSFX-TV as Springfield's Fox affiliate, effective Sept. 1, 2011; KSFX reverted into an independent station and changed its call letters to KOZL-TV. ([1], [2])
  3. ^ WEVV's second digital subchannel replaced WTVW (channel 7) as the Evansville market's Fox affiliate on July 1, 2011; WTVW is now an independent station. ([3])
  4. ^ WISE's second digital subchannel replaced WFFT-TV (channel 55) as the Fort Wayne market's Fox affiliate from Aug. 1, 2011 until Feb. 28, 2013. ([4])
  5. ^ KNIN replaced KTRV-TV as the Boise market's Fox affiliate on September 1, 2011; KTRV later became an independent station, but is now an MyNetworkTV affiliate as of February 2012. ([5], [6], [7])
  6. ^ Previous affiliate WFXW ended its Fox affiliation and now an affiliate of ABC on September 1, 2011; that station also changed its call letters to WAWV. The Fox affiliation in the Terre Haute market moved to CBS affiliate WTHI-TV's second digital subchannel. ([8], [9])
  7. ^ KXPI-LD replaced KFXP as the Pocatello-Idaho Falls market's Fox affiliate on July 1, 2012; KFXP is now a This TV affiliate. ("Eastern Idaho to Lose Fox Network Affiliate". KPVI News 6. May 17, 2012. Retrieved May 21, 2012. )
  8. ^ According to Fox affiliates site.
  9. ^ KTWT-LP replaced KTXF as the Twin Falls market's Fox affiliate on July 1, 2012; KTXF is now a This TV affiliate. (Malone, Michael (May 21, 2012). "Idaho Station KXTF and Fox Part Ways". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved May 21, 2012. ; Malone, Michael (June 6, 2012). "Neuhoff's KTWT Snags Fox Affiliation in Idaho". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved June 7, 2012. )

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