Media in Charlotte, North Carolina

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Charlotte, North Carolina is a U.S. city that serves as a hub for numerous media sources.

Television[edit]

The Charlotte television market is the 23rd largest TV market, according to Nielsen Media Research.[1]

Local Television stations[edit]

Channel Callsign Affiliation Subchannels Owner
Channel Programming
3 WBTV CBS 3.2
3.3
Bounce TV
Grit
Raycom Media
9 WSOC-TV ABC 9.2 Severe Weather Center 9 Now Cox Media Group
14 WHKY-TV Independent 14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
This TV
RetroTV
Heartland
Informercials
Long Communications, Inc.
18 WCCB The CW 18.2
18.3
18.4
Antenna TV
Me-TV
QVC Over the Air
Bahakel Communications
21 W21CK-D 3ABN 21.2
21.3
21.4
21.5
3ABN Proclaim
3ABN Latino
3ABN Radio
Radio 74
Three Angels Broadcasting
30 WNSC-TV PBS/SCETV 30.2
30.3
SC Channel (Create/PBS Encore)
ETV World
South Carolina Educational Television Commission
36 WCNC-TV NBC 36.2 Live Well Network Gannett Company
42 WTVI PBS 42.2
42.3
MHz Worldview
Create
CPCC
46 WJZY Fox 46.2 Movies! Fox Television Stations
55 WMYT-TV MyNetworkTV 55.2
55.3
Blank
SonLife Broadcasting Network
58 WUNG-TV PBS/UNC-TV 58.2
58.3
UNC Kids
UNC Explorer
University of North Carolina
64 WAXN-TV Independent 64.2
64.3
GetTV
Escape
Cox Media Group

National cable channel[edit]

(It was also the former home of the Inspiration Network (INSP), which is now in Indian Land, South Carolina.)

Local cable channels[edit]

Radio[edit]

The Charlotte radio market is the 24th largest in the U.S., according to Arbitron. Broadcast radio stations serving the market include, in order of format:

References[edit]

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