|Channels||Digital: 36 (UHF)
Virtual: 28 (PSIP)
|Subchannels||28.1 Ion Television
28.3 ION Life
28.4 Ion Shop
|Affiliations||Ion Television (O&O; since 2007)|
|Owner||Ion Media Networks, Inc.
(Ion Media License Company, LLC)
|First air date||January 23, 1989|
|Call letters' meaning||Nashville PaX|
|Former callsigns||WMTT (1989-1993)
|Former channel number(s)||Analog:
28 (UHF, 1989-2009)
|Former affiliations||independent (1989-1995)
The WB (1995-1998)
Pax TV (1998-2005)
|Transmitter power||733 kW|
Because the Bowling Green, Kentucky market does not have an ION Television affiliate of its own, WNPX serves Bowling Green by default.
The station signed on January 23, 1989 as WMTT an independent station serving Cookeville. WMTT changed its call sign to WKZX in 1994 and became an affiliate of the WB Television Network in 1995. The station moved and upgraded its transmitter to begin focusing on the Nashville market and became WNPX in 1998, broadcasting Pax programming.
Before the station became a PAX (now ION Television) station, as WKZX-TV they had broadcast a newscast from 1995-1998. During that period, they broadcast a newscast every weeknight at 6:30 and repeated it at 10:00 p.m. It was called "News 28, The Upper Cumberland's News Source."
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Network|