List of Bounce TV affiliates

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The following is a list of affiliates of Bounce TV, a digital terrestrial television network catering to an African American audience.

Bounce TV launched in September 2011 with an affiliate list buoyed by early carriage deals with stations owned or operated by Raycom Media, and Nexstar Media Group. As of May 2017, Bounce TV covers over 74% of overall TV households and 79% of African American households.[1] Bounce TV has also arranged current or future deals with stations from Gannett Company (WATL and WUSA) and E.W. Scripps (WXYZ-TV).[2]

Current affiliates[edit]

City Station Virtual
channel[3]
Physical
channel
Owner

Alabama[edit]

Birmingham WBRC 6.2 50 Raycom Media
Dothan WDFX-TV 34.2 33
Huntsville WAFF 48.2 49
Mobile WFNA 55.2 25 Nexstar Media Group
Montgomery/Selma WSFA 12.2 12 Raycom Media

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix KTVW-DT 33.4 33 Univision Communications, Inc.

Arkansas[edit]

Fort Smith KFTA-TV 24.4 27 Nexstar Media Group
Little Rock/Pine Bluff KARZ-TV 42.2 44

California[edit]

Bakersfield KCBT-LD 34.2 34 Cocola Broadcasting
Fresno KJEO-LD 32.1 32
Fresno KSEE 24.2 38 Nexstar Media Group
Los Angeles KMEX-DT 34.3 34 Univision Communications
Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto KUVS-DT 19.3 18
San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose KFSF-DT 66.3 34

Colorado[edit]

Denver KTFD-DT 14.2 15 Univision Communications, Inc.

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford/New Haven WTNH 8.2 10 Nexstar Media Group

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WUSA-TV 9.2 9 Tegna

Florida[edit]

Fort Myers WGPS-LP 22.5 22 DTV America Corporation
Jacksonville WCWJ 17.2 34 Graham Media Group
Miami WAMI-TV 69.2 47 Univision Communications, Inc.
Orlando WOTF 43.3 43
Panama City WPGX 28.2 9 Raycom Media
Tallahassee WTXL-TV 27.2 27 Calkins Media
Tampa WFTT 50.2 47 Univision Communications, Inc.
West Palm Beach WFLX 29.2 28 Raycom Media

Georgia[edit]

Albany WALB 10.3 10 Raycom Media
Atlanta WSB-TV 2.2 39 Cox Media Group
Augusta WFXG 54.3 51 Raycom Media
Columbus WTVM 9.2 11
Macon WMGT-TV 41.3 40 Morris Multimedia
Savannah WTOC-TV 11.2 11 Raycom Media

Illinois[edit]

Champaign WCIA 3.3 48 Nexstar Media Group
Chicago WCIU-TV[4] 26.5 27 Weigel Broadcasting
Peoria/Bloomington WMBD-TV 31.2 30 Nexstar Media Group
Rockford WQRF-TV 39.2 42

Indiana[edit]

Evansville WTVW 7.2 28 Mission Broadcasting
Fort Wayne WFFT-TV 55.2 36 Heartland Media
Indianapolis WNDY-TV 23.2 32 Nexstar Media Group
Terre Haute WAWV-TV 38.3 39

Iowa[edit]

Ames (Des Moines) KCWI-TV 23.3 23 Nexstar Media Group
Burlington (Quad Cities) KGCW-TV 26.4 41
Sioux City KCAU-TV 9.3 9

Kansas[edit]

Pittsburg (Joplin, Missouri) KPJO-LD 49.5 49 DTV America Corporation
Wichita KGPT-CA 49.4 49 Great Plains Television

Kentucky[edit]

Lexington WLEX-TV 18.3 18 Cordillera Communications
Louisville WAVE 3.3 47 Raycom Media
Bowling Green WCZU-LD 39.3 39 DTV America

Louisiana[edit]

Alexandria WNTZ-TV 48.2 49 Nexstar Media Group
Baton Rouge WAFB 9.2 9 Raycom Media
Lake Charles/Lafayette KPLC 7.2 7
Monroe KARD 14.2 36 Nexstar Media Group
New Orleans WVUE-DT 8.2 29 Raycom Media
Shreveport KSLA-TV 12.3 17

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WMAR 2.3 38 E. W. Scripps Company
Salisbury WGDV-LD 32.2 32 Marquee Broadcasting

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WUTF-DT 66.2 27 Univision Communications, Inc.

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WXYZ-TV 7.2 41 E. W. Scripps Company
Escanaba (Marquette) WJMN-TV 3.4 48 Nexstar Media Group
Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Battle Creek WOOD-TV 8.2 7
Lansing/Jackson WSYM-TV 47.3 38 E. W. Scripps Company

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis/Saint Paul KMBD-LD 43.1 43 DTV America

Mississippi[edit]

Cleveland (Greenwood) WHCQ-LD 8.2 9 Ellington Broadcasting
Biloxi/Gulfport WLOX 13.3 39 Raycom Media
Jackson WLBT 3.2 30
Laurel/Hattiesburg WDAM-TV 7.3 7
Meridian WMDN 24.2 24 Waypoint Media

Missouri[edit]

Joplin KSNF 16.2 46 Nexstar Media Group
Kansas City KMCI-TV 38.2 41 E. W. Scripps Company
St. Louis KSDK 5.2 35 Tegna
Springfield KOZL-TV 27.3 28 Nexstar Media Group

Montana[edit]

Billings KSVI 6.3 18 Nexstar Media Group

Nebraska[edit]

Lincoln KQMK-LD 25.2 25 DTV America Corporation
Omaha KAJS-LD 33.2 32

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas/Henderson KVVU-TV 5.2 9 Meredith Corporation

New York[edit]

Buffalo[5] WNLO 23.2 32 Nexstar Media Group
New York City WXTV-DT 41.3 40 Univision Communications
Rochester WROC-TV 8.2 45 Nexstar Media Group
Syracuse WSYR-TV 9.3 17
Utica WUTR 20.4 30 Mission Broadcasting

North Carolina[edit]

Charlotte WBTV 3.2 23 Raycom Media
Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point WCWG 20.4 19 Lockwood Broadcast Group
(operated by Hearst Television)
Greenville/New Bern/Washington WFXI 8.2 8 Bonten Media Group
Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville WUVC-DT 40.3 38 Univision Communications, Inc.
Wilmington WECT 6.2 44 Raycom Media

Ohio[edit]

Cincinnati WXIX 19.2 29 Raycom Media
Cleveland/Akron WUAB 43.2 28
Columbus W23BZ-D 23.1 23 Guardian Television Network, Inc.
Dayton WBDT 26.2 26 Vaughan Media
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Toledo WUPW 36.2 46 American Spirit Media
(operated by Raycom Media)
Youngstown WYTV 33.3 36 Vaughan Media
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KBZC-LD 42.5 42 DTV America Corporation
Tulsa KJRH-TV 2.2 8 E.W. Scripps Company

Pennsylvania[edit]

Erie WFXP 66.2 22 Mission Broadcasting
Philadelphia WUVP-DT 65.4 29 Univision Communications
Pittsburgh WPTG-CD & WIIC-LD 69.1 & 31.1 49 & 31 Fifth Street Enterprises LLC/Abacus TV Pittsburgh
Wilkes-Barre (Scranton) WYOU 22.2 13 Nexstar Media Group


Puerto Rico[edit]

Juana Diaz W45DI-D 45.1 45 TV Red de Puerto Rico, Inc.

Rhode Island[edit]

Providence/New Bedford WPRI-TV 12.3 13 Nexstar Media Group

South Carolina[edit]

Charleston WCSC-TV 5.2 47 Raycom Media
Columbia WIS 10.3 10
Myrtle Beach/Florence WMBF-TV 32.2 32

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WDEF-TV 12.2 12 Morris Multimedia[6]
Jackson WYJJ-LD 27.2 27 DTV America
Kingsport/Johnston City/Bristol WAPK-CD[7] 36.3 36 Glenwood Communications Corporation
Knoxville WTNZ 43.2 34 Raycom Media
Memphis WMC-TV 5.2 5
Nashville WLLC-LP 42.3 41 JKB Associates, Inc.

Texas[edit]

Amarillo KCIT 14.4 15 Nexstar Media Group
Austin KBVO 14.2 27
Dallas/Fort Worth KUVN-DT 23.2 23 Univision Communications
Houston KHOU 11.2 11 Tegna
Lubbock KAMC 28.3 27 Nexstar Media Group
San Angelo KLST 8.2 11
Tyler KLTV 7.2 7 Raycom Media
Waco KWKT-TV 44.4 44 Nexstar Media Group
Wichita Falls KJTL 18.3 15 Mission Broadcasting

Vermont[edit]

Burlington WFFF-TV 44.3 43 Nexstar Media Group

Virginia[edit]

Norfolk WAVY-TV 10.2 31 Nexstar Media Group
Richmond/Petersburg WUPV 65.2 47 American Spirit Media
(operated by Raycom Media)
Roanoke/Lynchburg WFXR 27.3 17 Nexstar Media Group

Washington[edit]

Vancouver (Portland, OR) KPDX 49.3 30 Meredith Corporation

West Virginia[edit]

Huntington/Charleston WOWK-TV 13.4 13 Nexstar Media Group
Moorefield W50BD-D
(Satellite of WUSA-TV, Washington, D.C.)
50.2 50.2 Valley Television Cooperative, Inc.

Wisconsin[edit]

Green Bay WFRV-TV 5.2 39 Nexstar Media Group
Milwaukee WMLW-TV[4] 49.2 49 Weigel Broadcasting
Eau Claire WEUX 48.4 49 Nexstar Media Group
La Crosse WLAX 25.4 17

Former affiliates[edit]

City Station Virtual
channel[3]
Physical
channel
Years of
affiliation
Owner Notes

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix KUTP 45.3 26 2012-2015 Fox Television Stations Replaced by Buzzr, affiliation moved to KTVW-DT4.

California[edit]

Los Angeles KCOP-TV 13.2 13 2011-2015 Fox Television Stations Replaced by Buzzr, affiliation moved to KMEX-DT3.
Fresno KVHF-LD 4.2 42 Cocola Broadcasting Replaced by Tuff TV, affiliation moved to KJEO-LD.

Florida[edit]

Orlando WRBW 65.3 41 2012-2015 Fox Television Stations Replaced by Buzzr, affiliation moved to WOTF-DT3.

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WWME-CD 23.2 39 2011-2015 Weigel Broadcasting Replaced by Heroes & Icons, Affiliation moved to WCIU-DT5

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WUTB 24.2 41 2012-2014 Deerfield Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Replaced by Grit, affiliation moved to WMAR-DT3.

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis/Saint Paul KFTC
WFTC
26.3
29.3
26
29
2012-2014 Fox Television Stations Affiliation moved to KMSP-DT4.
KMSP-TV 9.4 9 2014-2015 Replaced by Buzzr, affiliation moved to KMBD-LD.

Missouri[edit]

Kansas City KSMO-TV 62.2 47 2011-2013 Meredith Corporation Replaced by MundoMax, affiliation moved to KMCI-DT2.

New Jersey[edit]

Atlantic City WMCN-TV 44.2 44 2011-2014 Lenfest Broadcasting Replaced by Soul of the South, affiliation moved to WUVP-DT4.

New York[edit]

New York City WWOR-TV 9.3 38 2011-2015 Fox Television Stations Replaced by Buzzr, affiliation moved to WXTV-DT3.

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KBZC-LD 42.1 42 July-November 2016 DTV America Corporation Replaced by American Sports Network.

Texas[edit]

Dallas/Fort Worth KDFI 27.3 36 2012-2015 Fox Television Stations Replaced by Buzzr, affiliation moved to KUVN-DT2.
Waco KZCZ-LD 34.1 34 2016-2017 DTV America Corporation Replaced by the Country Network, affiliation moved to KWKT-DT4 after a two month absence.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bounce TV Adds Eight Stations To Start 2012," from TVNewsCheck, 1/2/2012
  2. ^ "Bounce TV Lands on FOX MNT in NYC, LA," from TVNewsCheck, 11/3/2011
  3. ^ a b Rabbitears.info results on Bounce TV
  4. ^ a b Bounce TV Adds Chicago, Milwaukee, TV News Check, August 8, 2011
  5. ^ Pergament, Alan (25 June 2013). "New TV network heading to Buffalo". The Buffalo News. Retrieved 25 June 2013. 
  6. ^ Bounce TV Adds WDEF Flint, WEYI Chattanooga, TVNewsCheck, April 20, 2012.
  7. ^ Hayes, Hank (January 30, 2017). "Holston Valley Broadcasting goes all-in on nostalgic TV". Kingsport Times-News. Retrieved January 30, 2017. 

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