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The following is a list of current and pending affiliates of getTV, a digital multicast television network owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, focusing on classic television shows from the 1960s through the 2000s.

Current affiliates[edit]

City Station[1] Virtual
channel
Owner Notes †

Nationwide[edit]

United States Dish Network 373 National feed of network for satellite provider
United States YouTubeTV NA

Alabama[edit]

Birmingham WUOA-LD 46.4 DTV America Corporation
Mobile-Pensacola-
Fort Walton Beach
WFGX 35.2 Sinclair Broadcast Group

Arizona[edit]

Flagstaff KFPH-DT 13.3 TelevisaUnivision
Green Valley (Tucson) KUVE-DT 46.3
Phoenix KFPH-CD 35.3

California[edit]

Fresno KFTV-DT 21.2 TelevisaUnivision
KTFF-LD 41.2 Simulcast of KFTV-DT 21.2
Los Angeles KFTR-DT 46.2
Sacramento KTFK-DT 64.3
San Francisco-
Oakland-San Jose
KRON-TV 4.3 Nexstar Media Group replaced Antenna TV on May 1, 2016
San Marcos (San Diego) KSKT-CD 43.2 INNOVATE Corp. February 23, 2020

Colorado[edit]

Denver KTFD-DT 14.3 Entravision Communications

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford / New Haven WTIC-TV 61.3 Tegna Inc. replaced TBD (TV network)

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WFDC-DT 14.2 TelevisaUnivision
(operated under local marketing agreement by Entravision Communications)

Florida[edit]

Fort Myers-Naples WGPS-LD 22.2 WGPS of Southwest Florida, LLC Replaced DrTV December 2015
Hollywood (Miami) WAMI-DT 69.3 TelevisaUnivision
Jacksonville WCWJ 17.4 Graham Media Group Formerly on WTEV-TV/WJAX-TV from 2014 to 2020
Orlando WOTF-DT 43.2 TelevisaUnivision
(operated under local marketing agreement by Entravision Communications)
Tampa-St. Petersburg WVEA-TV 50.3

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WUVG-DT 34.3 TelevisaUnivision

Hawaii[edit]

Honolulu KHON-TV 2.3 Nexstar Media Group

Idaho[edit]

Boise KBSE-LD 33.2 Cocola Broadcasting

Illinois[edit]

Bloomington WYZZ-TV 43.2 Nexstar Media Group
Joliet (Chicago) WGBO-DT 66.3 TelevisaUnivision
Champaign WCQA-LD 16.2 INNOVATE Corp Group

Indiana[edit]

Fort Wayne WFWC-CD 45.2 Tran Star
Indianapolis WISH-TV 8.2 Circle City Broadcasting
Lafayette WLFI-TV 18.2 Allen Media Broadcasting

Iowa[edit]

Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-
Dubuque-Iowa City
KWKB 20.6 Tri-State Christian Television

Kansas[edit]

Topeka KAJF-LD 21.2 INNOVATE Corp.
Wichita KFVT-LD 34.2

Kentucky[edit]

Louisville WBNA 21.2 Evangel World Prayer Center

Louisiana[edit]

Baton Rouge K29LR-D 47.2 INNOVATE Corp. February 2021
Lafayette KDCG-CD 22.2 Delta Media Corporation/Wilderness Communications March 16, 2021 after the networks were dropped off KLFY-TV's DT2
New Orleans WWL-TV 4.5 Tegna Inc. Launched Oct. 8, 2021

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WQAW-LD 69.2 INNOVATE Corp.

Massachusetts[edit]

Marlborough (Boston) WUNI 66.3 TelevisaUnivision

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WHNE-LD 3.2 Tait Broadcasting Launched October 7, 2018
Flint WAQP 49.11 Tri-State Christian Television Formerly on WSMH, WLNS and WFKB-LD
Grand Rapids WOTV 41.2 Nexstar Media Group

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis KSTC-TV 5.4 Hubbard Broadcasting Formerly on KJNK-LD 25.6 from 2017 - 2022

Missouri[edit]

St. Louis KSDK 5.2 Tegna, Inc. Formerly on KDNL 30.2 from 2014 - 2017.

New Jersey[edit]

Newark (New York City) WFUT-DT 68.3 TelevisaUnivision
Wildwood (Atlantic City) WMGM-TV 40.2 TelevisaUnivision

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KASY-TV 50.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched January 18, 2017

New York[edit]

Albany WTEN 10.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched February 1, 2016
Buffalo WNYO-TV 49.2 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Smithtown (New York City) WFTY-DT 67.3 TelevisaUnivision Operates as a satellite of WFUT-DT

North Carolina[edit]

Greensboro-Winston-Salem-
High Point
WMYV 48.2 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Kannapolis-Charlotte WAXN-TV 64.2 Cox Media Group
Raleigh-Durham-
Fayetteville
WUVC-DT 40.4 TelevisaUnivision

North Dakota[edit]

Valley City-Fargo KRDK-TV 4.10 Major Market Broadcasting

Ohio[edit]

Cleveland WQHS-DT 61.3 TelevisaUnivision
Youngstown WYFX-LD 32.6 Nexstar Media Group

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KOCO-TV 5.6
KBZC-LD 42.4 DTV America
Tulsa KGEB 53.6 Oral Roberts University

Oregon[edit]

Portland KOIN 6.2 Nexstar Media Group

Pennsylvania[edit]

Harrisburg WHTM-TV 27.3 Nexstar Media Group
Philadelphia WFPA-CD 28.2 TelevisaUnivision
Pittsburgh WPTG-CD 69.2 Local media TV

Puerto Rico[edit]

Vieques (San Juan) W33ED-D 34.1 TV Red de Puerto Rico, Inc.

South Carolina[edit]

Columbia WOLO-TV 25.7 Bahakel Communications

Tennessee[edit]

Nashville WUXP 30.2 Sinclair Broadcast Group Launched June 28, 2014

Texas[edit]

Amarillo KAUO-LD 15.2 HC2 Broadcasting
Austin / Killeen-Waco KAKW-DT 62.3 TelevisaUnivision
Dallas-Fort Worth KDFW 4.4 Fox Television Stations
KSTR-DT 49.2 TelevisaUnivision
Houston KPRC-TV 2.5 Graham Media Group Launched March 22, 2022
KFTH-DT 67.2 TelevisaUnivision
Lubbock KNKC-LD 29.3 HC2 Holdings
San Antonio KWEX-DT 41.2 HC2 Broadcasting Launched February 3, 2014

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KUTH-DT 32.3 TelevisaUnivision
(operated under local marketing agreement by Entravision Communications)

Virginia[edit]

Norfolk WAVY-TV 10.3 Nexstar Media Group
Roanoke WSLS-TV 10.2 Graham Media Group Launched February 1, 2016
Richmond WRIC-TV 8.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched February 2, 2016

Washington[edit]

Spokane KREM 2.6 Tegna Inc. Launched

Wisconsin[edit]

Madison WZCK-LD 8.2 DTV America Corporation
Milwaukee WISN 12.6 Hearst Television

Former affiliates[edit]

City Station Virtual
channel
Years of
affiliation
Owner Notes

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford WRNT-LD 32.2 ?-2022 HC2 Holdings Replaced by BeIN Sports Xtra then Paid Programming

Iowa[edit]

Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-
Dubuque-Iowa City
KGAN 2.3 2021-2022 Sinclair Broadcast Group Moved from 2.2 in January 2021 when Fox moved from KFXA to KGAN

Kentucky[edit]

Danville WDKY-TV 56.2 2014-2016 Nexstar Media Group Replaced by Comet
Paducah WDKA 49.2/49.4 2014-2018 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by Charge! and Stadium

Louisiana[edit]

Baton Rouge WLFT-CD 30.3 2014-2017 Touch Family Broadcasting Replaced by HSN, then NewsNet, now Antenna TV

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WUTB 24.4 2015-2017 Deerfield Media
WNUV 54.2 2014-2015 Cunningham Broadcasting Replaced by Antenna TV

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WADL 38.3 2015-2018 Adell Broadcasting Corporation Replaced by Quest
Flint WSMH 66.2 2014-2015 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by Antenna TV
Lansing WLNS 6.2 2016-2018 Nexstar Media Group Bandwidth sold for wireless services
Saginaw WFKB-LD 38.4 2019-2020 HC2 Holdings Station off the air

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis WUCW 23.4 2014-2017 Sinclair Broadcast Group
KJNK-LD 25.6 2017-2022 INNOVATE Corp.

Missouri[edit]

Jefferson City KRCG 13.4 2015-2017 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by TBD

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KRQE 13.2 2016-2017 Nexstar Media Group Replaced by Fox
KUPT-LD 16.1 2014-2015 Ramar Communications Replaced by Movies!

New York[edit]

Smithtown WFTY-DT 67.4 2014-2019 Univision Communications Replaced by Grit
Syracuse WSYT 43.2 2014-2021 Cox Media Group (Bristlecone Broadcasting LLC) Replaced by Dabl

Ohio[edit]

Cincinnati WSTR-TV 64.2 2014-2017 Deerfield Media Replaced by Antenna TV
Dayton WKEF 22.2 2014-2016 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by Fox

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KOCB 34.2 2014-2017 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by TBD
Tulsa KMYT-TV 41.2 2014-2020 Cox Media Group Replaced by Cozi TV

Rhode Island[edit]

Providence WPRI 12.4 2014-February 2021 Nexstar Media Group Replaced by Dabl

South Carolina[edit]

Greenville WYCW 62.3 2016-2021 Nexstar Media Group Replaced by True Crime Network

Tennessee[edit]

Knoxville WATE 6.2 2016-2021 Nexstar Media Group Replaced by Antenna TV

Texas[edit]

Amarillo KVII-TV 7.3 2014-2016 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by Comet
KLKW-LD 22.2 2015-2016 HC2 Holdings Replaced by Azteca América

Washington[edit]

Seattle KIRO-TV 7.2 2014-2020 Cox Media Group Replaced by Cozi TV

West Virginia[edit]

Charleston WCHS-TV 8.4 2016-2017 Sinclair Broadcasting Group Replaced by TBD

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stations for Network - GetTV". RabbitEars.info. Network List. Retrieved April 24, 2013.

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