|WAOH-LP: Akron, Ohio
W35AX: Cleveland, Ohio
|Channels||Analog: WAOH-LP: 29 (UHF)
W35AX: 35 (UHF)
Digital: WAOH-LP: 29 (UHF)
W35AX: 16 (UHF)
|Affiliations||Retro Television Network|
(Media-Com Television, Inc.)
|Founded||WAOH-LP: July 14, 1987
W35AX: November 30, 1989
|Call letters' meaning||WAOH-LP: W Akron OHio
W35AX: (translator calls randomly assigned by the FCC)
|Former affiliations||Network One
|Transmitter power||WAOH-LP: 60.6 kW/106 m
W35AX: 11.8 kW/305 m
WAOH-LP (often referred to as WAOH-TV) channel 29 in Akron, Ohio and W35AX (often referred to as WAX-TV) channel 35 in Cleveland, Ohio are low power Class A television stations serving the Akron/Cleveland market. The stations broadcast identical programming and operate out of facilities just east of Kent in Franklin Township, which are shared with radio stations WNIR (FM) and WJMP (AM), all of which are owned by Media-Com, Inc.
WAOH and W35AX broadcast under Class A low power television licenses, although neither has a CA suffix in its call sign. WAOH has some cable carriage, most notably on Time Warner Cable's Akron system (position 11). W35AX is not carried on cable in the bulk of the Cleveland area.
WAOH was originally licensed on July 14, 1987, as W29AI, and did not sign on until 1990. It became WAOH on August 21, 1995. W35AX was licensed on November 30, 1989, and signed on in 1996 as a simulcast of WAOH-LP.
The stations are currently affiliated with the Retro Television Network and broadcasts a schedule of classic television programs along with a few locally produced programs, such as the Son of Ghoul. Prior to June 1, 2009, they were affiliated with the America One network, with the branding of "The CAT" (for Cleveland Akron Television).
Both WAOH and W35AX have applied to the FCC to flash-cut their signal to digital. The new coverage area for W35AX will overlap most of WAOH's viewing area.
- Query the FCC's TV station database for WAOH-LP
- Query the FCC's TV station database for W35AX
- WAOH/WAX Retrospective Article
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