List of This TV affiliates

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The following is a list of current affiliates of This TV, a general entertainment TV network. This TV is currently carried on over-the-air TV stations in the United States, most of whom carry the network on a digital subchannel. In some markets, This TV operates a secondary affiliation.

City Station Virtual
channel[1]
Physical
channel
Owner Notes †

Alabama[edit]

Demopolis WJMY-CA 25 25 TTI, Inc.
Montgomery WCOV-TV 20.3 20 Woods Communications Corporation
Moundville WDVZ-CD 3 3 TTI, Inc.
Tuscaloosa/Northport WVUA-CA 7 7 University of Alabama In addition to This TV programming, WVUA-CA carries local newscasts produced by the University of Alabama Department of Telecommunications, along with some syndicated programming during early morning, afternoon and evening programming hours. The programming of WVUA is repeated on full-powered station WUOA-23, which is licensed to Tuscaloosa and covers the Birmingham market.

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage, Alaska KYES-TV 5.3 5 Fireweed Communication, LLC

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix K38IZ-D 38.5 38 Spanish Independent Broadcast Network
Tucson KGUN-TV 9.3 9 Journal Broadcast Group
Yuma/El Centro, California KYMA-DT 11.2 11 Intermountain West Communications Company

Arkansas[edit]

Fort Smith KFDF-CD 44 44 Pinnacle Media
Harrison K26GS-D 26.3 26 Reynolds Media
Mountain Home K07XL-D 7.3 7 N/A

California[edit]

Bakersfield KBFX-CD 29.2 40 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Cathedral City KRET-CD 45.2 31 Charles R. Meeker
Eureka KBVU-TV 28.2 28 Bonten Media Group
Fresno KMPH-TV 26.2 28 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Los Angeles KTLA 5.3 31 Tribune Broadcasting
Monterey KYMB-LD 27.2 27 Cocola Broadcasting
Redding/Chico KCVU 20.2 20 Bonten Media Group
San Diego KSWB-TV 69.3 19 Tribune Broadcasting
San Francisco KTNC-TV 42.3 14 Titan TV Broadcast Group
Stockton/Sacramento KTXL 40.3 40 Tribune Broadcasting

Colorado[edit]

Denver KWGN-TV 2.2 34 Tribune Broadcasting

Connecticut[edit]

Waterbury/Hartford/
New Haven
WCCT-TV 20.2 20 Tribune Broadcasting

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WDCW 50.3 50 Tribune Broadcasting

Florida[edit]

Clermont/Orlando WKCF 18.2 17 Hearst Television
Fort Myers/Naples "WNFM" Cable-only 8 Comcast "WNFM" is a cable-only channel that carries This TV as a secondary affiliation. The channel airs MyNetworkTV programming during primetime hours on weeknights as a primary affiliation, along with some syndicated programming.
Fort Walton Beach/
Pensacola/Mobile, AL
WFGX 35.1 50 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Jacksonville WJXT 4.2 42 Post-Newsweek Stations
Lakeland/Tampa/
St. Petersburg
WMOR-TV 32.2 19 Hearst Television
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale WSFL-TV 39.4 19 Tribune Broadcasting
Tallahassee WCTV 6.2 46 Gray Television

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WANN 32.2 29 Prism
Augusta WFXG 54.2 31 Raycom Media
Columbus WXTX 54.2 49 American Spirit Media
(operated through SSA by Raycom Media)
Macon WPGA-LP 50 50 Register Communications

Hawaii[edit]

Honolulu KGMB 5.2 23 Raycom Media

Idaho[edit]

Boise KTRV-TV 12.3 13 Block Communications
Idaho Falls KPVI-DT 6.3 23 Intermountain West Communications Company
KFXP 31.1 31 Compass Communications of Idaho, Inc.
(operated by Intermountain West Communications Company)
Twin Falls KXTF 35.1 35 Intermountain West Communications Company

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WGN-TV 9.3 19 Tribune Broadcasting Flagship station of the network[2]
Springfield/Decatur WBUI 23.2 22 GOCOM Media

Indiana[edit]

Indianapolis WXIN 59.3 45 Tribune Broadcasting
South Bend WCWW-LD 25.2 27 Weigel Broadcasting

Iowa[edit]

Burlington KGCW 26.2 41 Grant Broadcasting System II
Des Moines KDMI 19.1 19 Pappas Telecasting Companies
Sioux City KPTH 44.3 49 New World TV Group
Waterloo/Cedar Rapids KWWL 7.2 7 Quincy Newspapers

Kansas[edit]

Topeka WROB-LD 26.1 26 Heartland Broadcasting, LLC (wrob.tv)
Manhattan KMJC website 22.1 22 Heartland Broadcasting, LLC (kmjc.tv)

Kentucky[edit]

Louisville WKYI-CD 24.1 24 New Albany Broadcasting Co., Inc. Previously on WAVE-DT2 from 2008 until 2014.
Hazard WYMT-TV 57.2 12 Gray Television

Louisiana[edit]

Baton Rouge WBTR 41.1 41 Louisiana Television Broadcasting Previously on WVLA-TV channel 33.2 until September 2012; station now plays weather radar and news rebroadcasts.
Lafayette KXKW-TV 32.1 32 Delta Media Corporation
Lake Charles KPLC 7.2 7 Raycom Media
New Orleans WNOL-TV 38.2 15 Tribune Broadcasting
Shreveport KSLA 12.2 17 Raycom Media

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WBFF 45.2 46 Sinclair Broadcast Group

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WHDH 7.2 42 Sunbeam Television

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WDIV-TV 4.2 45 Post-Newsweek Stations
Grand Rapids WXMI 17.3 19 Tribune Broadcasting
Roscommon (Traverse City DMA) WURO-LD 18 18 M33 Media LLC
West Branch (Flint DMA) WUWB-LD 20 20 M33 Media LLC
Marquette WZMQ 19.2 19 MMMRC, Inc.

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis/St. Paul KSTC-TV 5.6 45 Hubbard Broadcasting
Rochester/Austin KAAL 6.2 6

Mississippi[edit]

Pascagoula, Mississippi WKFK-LD 7.1 7 NCN Cable Advertising
West Point/Tupelo/
Columbus
WLOV-TV 27.3 16 Lingard Broadcasting
(operated by WTVA, Inc.)
Previously on digital channel 27.2 (now affiliated with Me-TV) until 9/1/2012.[3]
Cleveland WHCQ-LD 8.1 9 Ellington Broadcasting

Missouri[edit]

St. Louis KPLR-TV 11.2 26 Tribune Broadcasting

Nebraska[edit]

Hastings/Kearney/
Grand Island
KNHL 5.2 5 Hoak Media Corporation
Omaha KPTM 42.2 42 Titan TV Broadcast Group

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KVCW 29.2 29 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Pahrump K46KA-D 46.2 46 Vernon Van Winkle
Reno KRNV-DT 4.2 7 Intermountain West Communications Company

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KOB 4.2 26 Hubbard Broadcasting
Farmington KOBF 12.2 12 Hubbard Broadcasting
(satellites of KOB)
Roswell KOBR 8.2 8

New York[edit]

Albany WRGB 6.2 6 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Buffalo WBBZ-TV 67.3 7 ITV of Buffalo
New York City WPIX 11.3 11 Tribune Broadcasting

North Carolina[edit]

Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point WGHP-TV 8.3 35 Tribune Broadcasting
Hickory/Charlotte WHKY-TV 14.2 40 Long Communications, LLC
Raleigh/Durham WRAL-TV 5.2 48 Capitol Broadcasting Company
Wilmington WSFX-TV 26.2 30 American Spirit Media
(operated through SSA by Raycom Media)

Ohio[edit]

Cincinnati WOTH-LD 25.2 Elliott B. Block
Columbus WSYX 6.2 48 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Dayton WRGT-TV 45.2 30
Toledo WMNT-CD 48.3 48 Matrix Broadcasting

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KAUT-TV 43.2 40 Tribune Broadcasting
Tulsa KQCW-DT 19.2 20 Griffin Communications

Oregon[edit]

Coos Bay KCBY-TV 11.2 11 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Eugene KVAL-TV 13.2 13
Medford KOBI-TV 5.2 5 California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc.
Pendleton/Tri-Cities KFFX-TV 11.2 11 Stainless Broadcasting Company
Portland KRCW-TV 32.3 33 Tribune Broadcasting Previously on KATU-TV channel 2.2
Roseburg KPIC 4.2 4 South West Oregon TV Broadcasting Corporation

Pennsylvania[edit]

Altoona WATM-TV 23.3 23 Palm Television
Erie WFXP 66.2 22 Mission Broadcasting
Philadelphia WPHL-TV 17.3 17 Tribune Broadcasting
Pittsburgh WTAE-TV 4.2 51 Hearst Television

South Carolina[edit]

Charleston WCSC-TV 5.2 47 Raycom Media Airs select programming from the network, along with acquired syndicated programming.
Columbia WIS 10.2 10 Raycom Media
Greenville WYFF-TV 4.2 36 Hearst Television now Movies! January 2015
Myrtle Beach/Florence WMBF-TV 32.3 32 Raycom Media
Rock Hill/Charlotte, North Carolina WMYT-TV 55.2 39 Fox Television Stations

South Dakota[edit]

Huron KTTM 12.2 12 Independent Communications
Rapid City KOTA-TV 3.3 2 Duhamel Broadcasting
Sioux Falls KTTW 7.2 7 Independent Communications

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WTVC 9.2 9 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Nashville WTVF 5.3 25 Journal Broadcast Group

Texas[edit]

Abilene KTES-LP 40 40 Bonten Media Group
Amarillo KCIT 14.2 15 Mission Broadcasting
Dallas/Fort Worth KDAF 33.3 32 Tribune Broadcasting
El Paso KDBC-TV 4.2 18 Titan TV Broadcast Group
San Antonio KCWX 2.2 5 Corridor Television, LLC
Houston KPRC-TV 2.2 35 Post-Newsweek Stations
Lubbock KCBD 11.2 11 Raycom Media
Odessa/Midland KWWT 30.4 30 JB Broadcasting, Inc.
Abilene KTXS-TV 12.3 20 Bonten Media Group
Waco KCEN-TV 6.2 9 London Broadcasting Company
Victoria KVCT 19.3 11 Surtsey Productions
Wichita Falls KFDX-TV 3.3 28 Nexstar Broadcasting Launch TBD

U.S. Virgin Islands[edit]

Charlotte Amalie/St. Thomas WVXF 17.1 17 LKK Group

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City & St. George, Utah KSL-DT3 5.3 38 Bonneville International Carried on KUTV-DT2/KMYU between June 2009 through January 1, 2015 outside of MyNetworkTV primetime hours, along with some syndicated programming rights; moved to KSL-DT3 at the start of 2015 as KUTV-DT2/KMYU switched to a fully syndicated schedule.

Virginia[edit]

Charlottesville WAHU-CD 27.2 40 Gray Television
Richmond WRLH-TV 35.2 26 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Norfolk WTKR 3.2 40 Tribune Broadcasting

Washington[edit]

Richland/Pasco/
Kennewick
KBWU-LD 36.2 36 Stainless Broadcasting Company
Seattle KOMO-TV 4.2 38 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Yakima KCYU-LD 41.2 41 Stainless Broadcasting Company

West Virginia[edit]

Charleston WSAZ-TV 3.2 23 Gray Television
Clarksburg WVUX-TV 13.1 Cannon Holdings, Ltd.

Wisconsin[edit]

Crandon WMOW 4.3 12 Quincy Newspapers
Eagle River WYOW 34.3 34
Eau Claire WQOW 18.3 15
La Crosse WXOW 19.3 48
Madison WKOW 27.3 26
Milwaukee WMLW-TV 49.3 48 Weigel Broadcasting Launched on WDJT-DT3 in November 2008 as one of the original network flagships; was moved to WMLW-DT3 on March 3, 2015 to allow Heroes & Icons to move to WDJT-DT3.[4]
Wausau WAOW 9.3 9 Quincy Newspapers

Wyoming[edit]

Sheridan KSGW-TV 12.3 13 Duhamel Broadcasting

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rabbitears.info results on This TV
  2. ^ Malone, Michael (May 14, 2013). "Tribune Replaces Weigel As Partner on This TV". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved October 13, 2013. 
  3. ^ ABC WTVA Information
  4. ^ Foran, Chris (4 March 2015). "Weigel flips channels for This TV, Heroes & Icons formats". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 5 March 2015. 

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