WOPI-CA

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WOPI-CA
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Kingsport - Johnson City - Bristol, Tennessee - Bristol, Virginia
United States
City of license Kingsport
Branding Tri-Cities RTV
Channels Analog: 9 (VHF)
Digital: WKPT 27.3 (UHF)
Virtual: 19.3 (PSIP)
Affiliations Cozi TV
Owner Glenwood Communications Corporation
(Holston Valley Broadcasting Corporation)
First air date February 21, 1992 (1992-02-21)
Sister station(s) WKPT-TV, WAPK-CA, WTFM, WRZK, WVEK-FM, WMEV-FM WKPT, WOPI, WKTP
Former callsigns W56CT (1992-1995)
WVMP-LP (1995-1997)
WRZK-LP (1997)
WOPI-LP (1997-2002)
Former channel number(s) 56 (UHF: 1992-2003)
Former affiliations America One (1992-2007)
RTV
Transmitter power 3 kW
Class A
Facility ID 27490
Transmitter coordinates 36°25′54″N 82°8′15″W / 36.43167°N 82.13750°W / 36.43167; -82.13750
Licensing authority FCC
Public license information: Profile
CDBS
Website www.wkptdt3.com

WOPI-CA is a class A television station licensed to Kingsport, Tennessee. The station broadcasts over-the-air on channel 9 and is an affiliate of Cozi TV. WOPI has been simulcasting the third digital subchannel of WKPT-TV since October 1, 2007. It was an affiliate of America One until December 21, 2007 and then the Retro Television Network. Prior to the simulcast, WOPI's schedule consisted of infomercials and programming from The Pentagon Channel. In recent years, WOPI-CA has been carried on cable in multiple areas within the Knoxville media market in Kentucky.

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