Cozi TV

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Cozi TV
Cozi TV logo.svg
TypeFree-to-air television network (classic TV)
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaU.S. coverage: 62%[1]
AffiliatesList of affiliates
HeadquartersNew York City, New York
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i 16:9 (HDTV; widescreen)
ParentNBC Owned Television Stations
(NBCUniversal Television and Streaming)
Key people
  • March 9, 2009; 12 years ago (2009-03-09) (as NBC Nonstop)
  • January 1, 2013; 8 years ago (2013-01-01) (as Cozi TV)
Former namesNBC Nonstop (2009–2012)
Available on full-power stations in most marketsSee List of affiliates
Available on some cable providersConsult local listings
Dish NetworkChannel 253 (SD)
Streaming media
Hulu + Live TVInternet Protocol television
YouTube TVInternet Protocol television

Cozi TV (stylized on-air as COZI TV[3]) is an American free-to-air television network owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations division of NBCUniversal. The network airs classic television series from the 1960s to the 2000s.[2][4][5]

The network originated as a local news and lifestyle programming format that was launched between 2009 and 2011 and was seen on digital subchannels operated by nine owned-and-operated stations television stations of the NBC television network in the United States under the brand NBC Nonstop.[2] The sitcoms and drama series now appearing on Cozi are primarily from the NBCUniversal Television Distribution program library. Cozi is also available via cable television, Dish Network, and streaming services YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV.


NBC Nonstop[edit]

After NBCUniversal shut down NBC Weather Plus in December 2008 (shortly after the company, along with Blackstone Group and Bain Capital, purchased The Weather Channel), the company's flagship WNBC in New York City replaced Weather Plus' successor, automated local weather service, NBC Plus, on digital subchannel 4.2 on March 9, 2009, with NBC New York Nonstop, a channel that featured a mix of locally produced news and lifestyle programming.[6]

In June 5, 2010, NBC Local Media appointed former WNBC General manager Tom O'Brien in the newly created position of Executive vice president of Nonstop Network.[7] In October, WNBC sister stations WCAU and WRC-TV respectively launched their own versions of the Nonstop channel in the Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. markets. Chicago's WMAQ-TV launched its own local version in November 2010. NBC's three owned-and-operated stations in California (KNBC in Los Angeles, KNTV in San Jose, California-San Francisco and KNSD in San Diego) collaborated to launch the only regional Nonstop channel, NBC California Nonstop, in January 2011; Nonstop channels were also launched by KXAS-TV in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas and WTVJ in Miami that same month. Each station's Nonstop subchannel carried eight hours of locally produced programming (usually in the form of additional local newscasts exclusive to the subchannel that were produced by each station for their respective market, and some lifestyle or talk-oriented programs), along with core programming from affiliated production company LXTV (such as Talk Stoop, First Look and Open House – the latter two of which were later picked up by NBC for its Saturday late-night lineup).[8]

Cozi TV[edit]

In October 2011, NBC Station hired Meredith McGinn as a vice president to leading the development and launch of the network.[9] On November 3, 2011, NBC Owned Television Stations announced that its seven local Nonstop subchannels would become a single national network under the proposed name NBC Nonstop Network (also to have been called NBC Nonstop or Nonstop Network); the format of the national network was originally planned to feature a format similar to the local Nonstop channels, which would have placed the network in direct competition with the Live Well Network.[2][10] An NBC executive indicated that the independently formatted Nonstop channels were performing well, but needed separate programming. NBC stated that the network would carry reruns of classic television series during daytime hours and lifestyle programming at night, and that local stations would be able to preempt the national Nonstop Network programming to carry their own local content. By July 2012, it was announced that NBC was considering using a different name for the national network, with "Bob TV" among the names being put under consideration.[11]

On October 17, 2012, Time Out reported that NBCUniversal would launch a new classic television network (similar to MeTV) called Cozi TV. This turned out to actually be the new name of the retooled national version of NBC Nonstop.[4][12][13] NBC soft launched Cozi TV on its owned-and-operated stations as well as some charter affiliates on December 20, 2012; the network officially launched on January 1, 2013.[14] McGinn was promoted to Senior vice president of Cozi TV and LXTV in July 2013.[9]


Cozi TV permits its local affiliates the option of preempting up to 13 hours of the network's programming each week in order to carry newscasts or other locally produced programming (though some stations without local in-studio operations instead choose to carry additional paid programming); this is a remnant of the format originated by NBC Nonstop, in which most of NBC's O&Os carried additional newscasts on their Nonstop subchannels.[15] Since 2017, the network also carries The More You Know E/I block which airs on NBC Saturday mornings from Litton Entertainment on late Sunday mornings to allow their affiliates to be free of commitments to purchasing E/I programming off the open market.


NBCUniversal broadcasts Cozi TV in most markets served by a station owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations group, either on subchannels of NBC or Telemundo stations. The network is also available on the digital subchannels of other television stations, primarily those affiliated with NBC.[4][5] The network is available to stations on a barter basis, in which Cozi TV and its affiliates split the responsibility of selling advertising inventory as well as the commercial time allocated each hour.

The network soft-launched on NBC and Telemundo owned-and-operated stations in most markets (with NBC O&Os carrying the network in most markets where the company owns stations and Telemundo O&Os carrying it in markets where an NBC O&O is not present). The network's initial affiliates outside of the core NBC O&O group included KAIL-TV in Fresno, California, KVOA in Tucson, Arizona, KSNV-DT in Las Vegas and eight Texas stations owned by London Broadcasting Company (including KCEN-TV in Waco, Texas and its semi-repeater KAGS-LD in College Station, Texas), with a total initial reach of 26% of U.S. television households.[16] By July 2013, the network's reach had expanded to 42% of the U.S. (or an estimated 47.5 million households with at least one television set), through affiliation deals with WMFP in Boston, KUBE-TV in Houston and the E. W. Scripps Company's KSHB-TV in Kansas City.[17]

On June 2, 2014, Cozi TV's programming was made available on AT&T U-verse channel 578 and Dish Network channel 82 on a part-time basis, through a deal with LeSEA's Family Entertainment Television (FETV) network. LeSEA's relationship with Cozi TV was extended to its stations on June 17, 2014, when it signed an affiliation deal to carry the network on its stations in South Bend, Honolulu, Colorado Springs, Tulsa, St. Croix and New Orleans (WHMB-TV in Indianapolis was exempted from the agreement due to an existing affiliation contract with Dispatch Broadcast Group's WTHR and WALV-CD); the network also announced a deal with OTA Broadcasting, LLC to affiliate with KFFV in Seattle and WEPA-CD in Pittsburgh. Both deals expanded the network's reach to 60% of the U.S.[18][19] The deals expired on June 26, 2017; with WEPA-CD going off the air shortly afterwards due to that station selling its spectrum; ABC affiliate WTAE-TV picked up Cozi TV on January 8, 2018, replacing This TV.[20] FETV now carries its own schedule of acquired programming. As of October 2020, Cozi TV is available nationwide on Dish Network channel 253.

List of affiliates[edit]

City Station[21] Virtual
Primary affiliation Owner Notes


Athens/Huntsville WTZT-CD 11.1 1 Jamie Cooper Television
Birmingham WVUA 23.1 1 University of Alabama
Mobile/Pensacola, FL WALA-TV 10.2 Fox Gray Television
Troy/Montgomery WIYC 48.1 1 Woods Communication Corporation
Tuscaloosa WVUA-CD 7.1 1 University of Alabama


Anchorage KTBY 4.3 Fox Coastal Television Broadcasting Company LLC


Phoenix KPHO-TV 5.2 CBS Gray Television [23]
KTAZ 39.3 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations
Tucson KVOA 4.2 NBC Allen Media Broadcasting


Fort Smith/Fayetteville KFDF-CD 44.2 Estrella TV Pinnacle Media, LLC


Eureka KBVU-TV 28.2 Fox Sinclair Broadcast Group
Fresno KGMC 43.8 Estrella TV Cocola Broadcasting
KNSO 51.3 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations Previously affiliated from 2013–2018 when it was dropped for Ion Television until 2021, when the affiliation returned.
Los Angeles KNBC 4.2 NBC Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Sacramento KAHC-LD 43.3 ShopHQ HC2 Holdings (DTV America Corporation)
Salinas/Monterey K15CU-D 15.1 1 NBC Owned Television Stations Former translator of KSTS.
San Diego KNSD 39.2 NBC Formerly used Nonstop branding.
San Jose/San Francisco/Oakland KNTV 11.2 Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Santa Barbara KVMM-CD 41.3 Azteca América DTV America Corporation


Denver KDEN-TV 25.3 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations
KUSA-TV 9.2 NBC Tegna Inc. Replaced WeatherNation TV on 12/29/18
Grand Junction KLML 20.1 1 Chang Media Group


New Britain/Hartford/New Haven WVIT 30.2 NBC NBC Owned Television Stations Originally planned to launch a Nonstop network.


Rehoboth Beach/Dover/Salisbury, MD WRDE-LD 31.2 NBC Draper Holdings Business Trust Partial schedule; MyNetworkTV is primary affiliation

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WRC-TV 4.2 NBC NBC Owned Television Stations Formerly used Nonstop branding.


Fort Myers/Naples WGPS-LD 22.1 1 WGPS of Southwest Florida, LLC Replaced Estrella TV on November 29, 2016.
Jacksonville WJAX-TV 47.2 CBS Cox Media Group
Miami/Fort Lauderdale WTVJ 6.2 NBC NBC Owned Television Stations Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Orlando WKMG-TV 6.3 CBS Graham Media Group Originally on 6.2; replaced Decades on 6.3 in September 2019.[24]
Palm Beach/West Palm Beach WXOD-LD 24.4 Buzzr DTV America Corporation
Tampa/St. Petersburg WTTA 38.2 MyNetworkTV Nexstar Media Group [25]


Atlanta WGCL-TV 46.2 CBS Gray Television


Columbus WGBP-TV 66.1 1 CNZ Communications, LLC


Honolulu KUPU 15.1 1 Hawaii Catholic TV, Inc.


Boise KKJB 39.2 Telemundo Cocola Broadcasting
Pocatello KVUI 31.4 Ion Television Ventura Broadcasting


Chicago WMAQ-TV 5.2 NBC NBC Owned Television Stations Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Decatur WAND 17.2 Block Communications


Evansville WEHT 25.3 ABC Nexstar Media Group February 3, 2018
Fort Wayne WFWC-CD 45.1 Tran Star
Kokomo/Indianapolis WTTK 29.3 CBS Nexstar Media Group ATSC 3.0 station
Satellite of WTTV
Broadcasts in ATSC 1.0 via WRTV


Ames WOI-DT 5.4 ABC Tegna Inc.
Cedar Falls KFKZ-LD 35.1 1
Davenport KWQC-TV 6.3 NBC Gray Television
Des Moines KCYM-LD 45.6 Newsmax TV DTV America Corporation


Sublette KDGL-LD 23.1 1 High Plains Broadcasting, LLC.
Dodge City KDDC-LD
Garden City KGCE-LD
Liberal KSWE-LD
Ulysses KDGU-LD
Wichita KAGW-CD 26.1 Great Plains Television Network, LLC.


Bowling Green WCZU-LD 39.7 Antenna TV
DTV America Corporation
Beattyville (Lexington) WLJC-TV 65.1 1 Hour of Harvest, Inc.
Louisville WBKI 58.2 The CW Block Communications
Paducah WPSD-TV 6.2 NBC Paxton Media Group


Alexandria KBCA 41.4 H&I Wilderness Communications June 14, 2021
Baton Rouge WGMB-TV 44.3 Fox Nexstar Media Group January 25, 2018
Lafayette KLWB (TV) 50.5 MeTV Wilderness Communications June 14, 2021
Hammond, Louisiana/New Orleans KGLA-DT 42.3 Univision Mayavision, Inc May 1, 2021
Shreveport KTAL-TV 6.3 NBC Nexstar Media Group February 5, 2018


Baltimore WQAW-LD 69.3 Azteca América HC2 Holdings


Boston WYCN-LD 8.3 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations [26]
Springfield WSHM-LD 3.6 CBS Gray Television [23]


Detroit WDIV-TV 4.4 NBC Graham Media Group Began January 3, 2020
Flint WNEM-TV 5.3 CBS Gray Television [23]
Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Battle Creek WXSP-CD 15.2 MyNetworkTV Nexstar Media Group [25]
Traverse City/Cadillac/Sault Ste. Marie WXII-LD 12 P&P Cable Holdings Cozi TV is aired whenever MNTV programming is not being aired.
Traverse City/Cadillac WMNN-LD 26.12 MyNetworkTV Freelancer Television Broadcasting, Inc. Cozi TV is aired whenever MNTV programming is not being aired.


Minneapolis–Saint Paul K33LN-D 33.4 Bounce TV HC2 Holdings


Cleveland WHCQ-LD 8.4 MyNetworkTV Ellington Broadcasting


St. Louis KMOV 4.2 CBS Gray Television Replaced MeTV on February 1, 2018. On that date MeTV moved to KNLC channel 24.
Kansas City KSMO-TV 62.4 MyNetworkTV
Springfield KYCW-LD 33.2 NBC


Helena KTVH-DT 12.3 NBC E. W. Scripps Company


Omaha WOWT 6.2 NBC Gray Television


Las Vegas KBLR 39.4 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations

New Hampshire[edit]

Merrimack WNEU 60.4 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations Both stations part of WYCN-LD's "NBC Boston" network.[27][28]
Nashua WBTS-CD 15.2 NBC

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KASY-TV 50.4 MyNetworkTV Nexstar Media Group

New York[edit]

Albany WTEN 10.2 ABC Nexstar Media Group
Buffalo WBXZ-LD 56.1 1 Steven Ritchie
Rochester WGCE-CD 6.4 Court TV HC2 Holdings
Cobleskill (Albany/Schenectady/Troy) WYBN-LD 14.2 Buzzr Cable Ad Net New York
New York City WNBC 4.2 (RF28) 4.4 (RF36) NBC NBC Owned Television Stations Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Syracuse WSYT 68.2 Fox Northwest Broadcasting
Utica WVVC-LD 40.4 Antenna TV Northeast Gospel Broadcasting, Inc.

North Carolina[edit]

Charlotte WCCB 18.8 The CW Bahakel Communications Began January 2020
Greenville/Kinston WTMH-LD 21.4 Heartland Tutt Media Group
Raleigh WRAL-TV 5.2 NBC Capitol Broadcasting Company
Wilmington WTMV-LD 29.1 1 Tutt Media Group

North Dakota[edit]

Fargo/Grand Forks/Valley City KRDK-TV 4.1 (24) 1 Major Market Broadcasting Relaunch


Cincinnati WBQC-LD 25.1 1 Block Broadcasting
Cleveland WKYC 3.3 NBC Tegna Inc. Launched 9/30/2017[29]

Previously carried on WEWS 5.2 (April 8, 2015 - April 15, 2017).

Columbus WCSN-LD 32.2 Biz TV Columbus Television, LLC
Portsmouth (Huntington, West Virginia) WTZP-LD 50.1 1 Eagle Broadcasting Group Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Toledo WMNT-CD 48.4 MyNetworkTV Community Broadcast Group, Inc.
(pending a sale to Novia Communications, LLC)
Zanesville WHIZ-TV 18.2 NBC Southeastern Ohio Broadcasting System


Oklahoma City KAUT-TV 43.4 Independent Nexstar Media Group December 2019
KBZC-LD 42.5 Quest DTV America Corporation
Tulsa KMYT-TV 41.2 MyNetworkTV Cox Media Group Replaced GetTV on October 1, 2020.


Klamath Falls KOTI 2.2 NBC California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc. Satellite of KOBI, Medford
Medford KOBI 5.2
Portland KPTV 12.2 Fox Gray Television


Altoona/Johnstown/State College WATM-TV 23.3 ABC Cunningham Broadcasting June 15, 2021
Erie WJET-TV 24.4 ABC Nextstar Media Group January 12, 2018
Philadelphia WCAU-TV 10.2 NBC NBC Owned Television Stations
Pittsburgh WTAE-TV 4.2 ABC Hearst Television Replaced This TV on January 1, 2018
Scranton WYOU 22.4 CBS Nexstar Media Group January 12, 2018

Puerto Rico[edit]

Aguadilla WSJP-LD 18.1 1 LKK Group

South Carolina[edit]

Charleston WBSE-LD 20.2 Cheddar HC2 Holdings
Florence/Myrtle Beach WFXB 43.7 Fox Bahakel Communications Began January 2020
Greenville WHNS 21.2 Gray Television [23]
Sumter WKTC 63.3 The CW
WBHQ Columbia, LLC

South Dakota[edit]

Sioux Falls KDLT-TV 46.4 NBC Gray Television


Chattanooga WYHB-CD 39.6 Court TV HC2 Holdings
Jackson WYJJ-LD 27.7 MyNetworkTV
Antenna TV
DTV America Corporation
Kingsport/Johnson City/Bristol WKPT-TV 19.1 1 Glenwood Communications Corporation
Knoxville WATE-TV 6.4 ABC Nexstar Media Group
Memphis WATN-TV 24.3 Tegna Inc. January 23, 2018
WQEK-LD 36.1 1 DTV America Corporation
Nashville WSMV-TV 4.3 NBC Gray Television [23]


Abilene KXVA 15.3 Fox Tegna Inc.
Austin KXAN-TV 36.2[25] NBC Nexstar Media Group
Beaumont KBMT 12.3 ABC Tegna Inc.
Bryan/College Station KAGS-LD 23.2 NBC
Corpus Christi KIII 3.4 ABC
Dallas/Fort Worth KXAS-TV 5.2 NBC NBC Owned Television Stations Formerly used Nonstop branding.
Galveston/Houston KTMD 47.4 Telemundo Originally on 47.3 from 2013 to 2018
Harlingen KTLM 40.3 Previously carried on KMBH until 2017
Longview/Tyler KPKN-LD 33.5 Buzzr DTV America Corporation
Lubbock KMYL-LD 14.4 MyNetworkTV Gray Television
San Angelo KIDY 6.3 Fox Tegna Inc.
San Antonio KVDA 60.3 Telemundo NBC Owned Television Stations
Waco KCEN-TV 6.2 NBC Tegna Inc.

U.S. Virgin Islands[edit]

St. Croix WCVI 23.3 World Harvest Television Family Broadcasting Corporation


Salt Lake City KSL-TV 5.2 NBC Bonneville International


Lynchburg/Roanoke WZBJ-CD 24.2 MyNetworkTV Gray Television Previously carried on WFFP-TV 24.1 in Danville until September 1, 2018
Richmond WFWG-LD 30.2 Azteca America HC2 Holdings (DTV America Corporation)
WRIC 8.3 ABC Nexstar Media Group
Virginia Beach WVBT 43.2 Fox Nexstar Media Group January 25, 2018


Seattle KIRO-TV 7.2 CBS Cox Media Group
Yakima KYPK-LD 32.5 Azteca América

West Virginia[edit]

Summersville WZTS-LD 16.1 1 TTV, LLC


Eau Claire WEAU 13.2 NBC Grey Television
Fond du Lac/Milwaukee WIWN 68.1 1 CNZ Communications/Milwaukee Media In the past carried by WTMJ-DT2 and WTSJ-LD3 before WIWN assumed affiliation on June 22, 2017.
Madison WZCK-LD 8.1 1 DTV America Corporation
Rhinelander WJFW-TV 12.2 NBC Rockfleet Broadcasting Began September 2020


Casper KTWO-TV 2.2 ABC Vision Alaska, LLC

Former affiliates[edit]

Market Station Channel Current owner Years of affiliation Notes
WDHN 18.4 Nexstar Media Group 2013-2021 Replaced by Antenna TV
K26GS-D 26.7 Reynolds Media, Inc.
KNSO 51.3 Telemundo Station Group 2013-2018 Later replaced by Ion Television
KAIL 7.2/7.4 Tri-State Christian Television 2018-2020 Replaced by Light TV and Ion Television, respectively.
KCVU 20.2 Cunningham Broadcasting 2013-2018 Replaced by Comet
Fort Walton Beach
WPAN 53.1 B&C Comunications, LLC 2013 Replaced by Soul of the South. Then, Vibrant TV Network, Antenna TV and later, Infomercials
W21DA-D 21.2 HC2 Holdings Licensed cancelled October 29, 2020
Twin Falls
KXTF 35.1 Tri-State Christian Television 2014-2017 Replaced by TCT
WTHR 13.2 Tegna Inc. 2013-2019 Replaced by Dabl
WALV-CD 46.1 2013-2017 Replaced by MeTV
Terre Haute
WTWO 2.4 Nexstar Media Group 2018-2021 Replaced by Antenna TV
KARD-TV 14.4 2013-2021
WNEU 60.4 Telemundo Station Group 2017-2019 Replaced by TeleXitos
WMFP 62.1 WRNN-TV Associates 2013-2016 Replaced by RNN
WMYD 20.2 E.W. Scripps Company 2013-2015 Replaced by Antenna TV
WADL 38.4 Abell Broadcasting Corporation 2016-2020 Replaced by QVC
KSNF 16.4 Nexstar Media Group 2018-2021 Replaced by Antenna TV
Kansas City
KSHB-TV 41.2 E.W. Scripps Company 2013-2020 Replaced by Grit
Las Vegas
KHSV 21.2 Howard Stirk Holdings 2013-2015 Replaced by Decades
Santa Fe
(New Mexico)
KASA-TV 15.2 NBC Owned Television Stations 2015-2017 Replaced by Start TV
WOTH-CD 20.1 Block Broadcasting 2013-2018
WEWS 5.2 E.W. Scripps Company 2015-2017 Replaced by Grit
KWHB 47.2 Christian Television Network 2014-2017 Replaced by Light TV
WEPA-CD 59.1 OTA Broadcasting 2013-2014
WRTN-LD 6.3 Richard C. & Lisa A. Goetz 2012-2015 Replaced by Antenna TV
KAMR-TV 4.4 Nexstar Media Group 2013-2021
KAUO-LD 15.4 HC2 Holdings 2013-2018 Replaced by True Crime Network
KUBE-TV 57.4/57.5 WRNN-TV Associates 2018-2021 Replaced by Charge! and RTVH, respectively.
KFXV 60.1 Entravision Communications 2016-2017 Replaced by Independent and later Fox/MyNetworkTV
KCEB 54.1 HC2 Holdings 2013-2015 Replaced by SonLife, Informericals and later Azteca America
Wichita Falls
KFDX-TV 3.4 Nexstar Media Group 2018-2021 Replaced by Antenna TV
KFFV 44.5 Weigel Broadcasting 2015-2018
KYMU-LD 6.1 Seattle 6 Broadcasting LLC 2020 Replaced by Estrella TV
WZBJ 24.1 Gray Television 2015-2018 Replaced by MyNetworkTV
WTMJ-TV 4.3 E.W. Scripps Company 2015-2017 Replaced by Court TV Mystery
WTSJ-LP 38.3 HC2 Holdings 2017 Replaced by Jewelry Television


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