WWDD-LP

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WWDD-LP
Wilmington, Delaware
Channels Analog: 40 (UHF)
Digital: 49 (UHF) (CP)
Affiliations Daystar
Owner Daystar
(Word of God Fellowship, Inc.)
Founded January 4, 1989
Call letters' meaning WWilmington Daystar D
Former callsigns W26AU (1989-1993)
W40AZ (1993-2010)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
26 (UHF, 1989-1993)
Former affiliations Trinity Broadcasting Network
Smile of a Child TV
Transmitter power 10.3 kW
Height 197 m (AMSL)
Class TX
Facility ID 47692
Website http://www.daystar.com/

WWDD-LP is a low-power analog repeater of the Daystar Television Network, owned and operated by the network under the license of the Word of God Fellowship. Its licensed in Wilmington, Delaware.

The station was originally W40AZ, which broadcast programming from Smile of a Child TV, a digital television channel owned and operated by Trinity Broadcasting Network; because of the presence of full power TBN station WGTW, was one of the few TBN translators not to carry the parent network.

On September 20, 2010, TBN sold the station to Daystar, who re-called the station as WWDD-LP.

The station holds a construction permit to move to digital channel 49 and relocate to Havre de Grace, Maryland.

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