List of Me-TV affiliates

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This is a list of current MeTV affiliates, arranged by U.S. state. There are links to and articles on each of the stations, describing their local programming, hosts and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies. In most markets, Me-TV operates on a digital subchannel of the main station listed. In some markets, it operates on an LPTV or Class A station.

Current affiliates[edit]

City Station Virtual
channel[1]
Physical
channel
Owner Notes†

Alabama[edit]

Birmingham WVTM-TV 13.2 13 Hearst Television Airs 7PM newscast Monday-Friday with a simulcast of the 10PM news Monday-Sunday.
Dothan WTVY 4.2 36 Gray Television Secondary affiliate with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation; Operates as "MY4" during non-MeTV programming and as "MeTV Wiregrass Dothan" during MeTV programming hours
4.2 airs a mixture of syndicated, sports, and religious programming in addition to MNTV and MeTV programming; alternate ACC Network affiliate; OTA home of Tennessee Titans Preseason Football
Huntsville WZDX 54.3 41 Nexstar Media Group
Mobile WKRG-TV 5.3 27 Alternates The Andy Griffith Show with Mayberry R.F.D. due to the main channel having local rights to The Andy Griffith Show
Selma/Montgomery WAKA 8.2 42 Bahakel Communications

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage KDMD 33.3 32 North Star Television Network

Arizona[edit]

Prescott/Phoenix KAZT-TV 7.2 7 The Londen Group
Tucson KOLD-TV 13.2 32 Raycom Media

Arkansas[edit]

Fayetteville KHOG-TV 29.3 15 Hearst Television
Fort Smith KFDF-CD 44.2 44 Pinnacle Media, LLC
KHBS 40.3 21 Hearst Television
Camden/Little Rock KMYA-DT 49.1 49 Hallmark National Mortgage Corporation
Harrison KTKO-LP 8 TKO, Inc.Dennis King
K26GS-D 26.2 26 Reynolds Media, Inc.

California[edit]

Anaheim/Los Angeles/Santa Ana KDOC-TV 56.3 32 Ellis Communications
Arcata/Eureka KAEF-TV 23.2 22 Bonten Media Group
Bakersfield KERO-TV 23.3 10 E. W. Scripps Company
Bishop KVME-TV 20.1 20 Venture Technologies Group
Cathedral City/Palm Springs KRET-CD 45.1 31 Charles R. Meeker
Clovis/Fresno KGMC 43.6 43 Ventura Broadcasting Company
Monterey KYMB-LD 27.1 27 Cocola Broadcasting
Redding/Chico KRCR-TV 7.2 7 Bonten Media Group
Sacramento KCRA-TV 3.2 35 Hearst Television
San Diego KGTV 10.2 10 E. W. Scripps Company Also simulcast on analog LPTV KZSD-LP
San Francisco KOFY-TV 20.2 19 Granite Broadcasting Corporation

Colorado[edit]

Colorado Springs KKTV 11.2 49 Gray Television Secondary affiliate with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation, airs select syndicated programming.
Denver KTVD 20.2 19 Tegna
Durango KRTN-TV 33.1 33 Ramar Communications
Grand Junction KKCO 11.2 12 Gray Television

Delaware[edit]

Wilmington KJWP 2.1 2 PMCM LLC Serves Philadelphia market

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WTTG 5.3 36 Fox Television Stations Originally carried on WJLA-TV channel 7.2 until replaced by Charge! on March 28, 2017

Florida[edit]

Daytona Beach/Orlando WESH 2.2 11 Hearst Television
Gainesville WYME-CD 45.1 45 New Age Media, LLC
Jacksonville WFOX-TV 30.2 32 Cox Media Group Secondary affiliation with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation; Me-TV programming airs on weekdays in select time periods and all day on weekends.
Miami / Fort Lauderdale WPLG 10.2 10 BH Media
Panama City WMBB 13.2 13 Nexstar Media Group Also broadcasts ACC sports
Naples/Fort Myers WZVN-TV 26.2 41 Montclair Communications, Inc.
Tallahassee WTLH 49.1 50 New Age Media, LLC Serves Brainbridge, Georgia; Also broadcasts ACC sports
Tampa/St. Petersburg WFLA-TV 8.2 7 Nexstar Media Group
West Palm Beach WPTV-TV 5.2 12 E. W. Scripps Company

Georgia[edit]

Augusta WJBF 6.2 42 Nexstar Media Group
Bainbridge WTLH 49.1 50 New Age Media Also affiliated with the ACC Network
Columbus WRBL 3.2 15 Nexstar Media Group
Perry/Macon WPGA-TV 58.2 32 Register Communications
Savannah WSAV-TV 3.3 39 Nexstar Media Group Secondary affiliation; MyNetworkTV is primary affiliation
Toccoa WGTA 32.1 24 Marquee Broadcasting
Valdosta/Albany/Moultrie/Tifton WSWG 44.2 43 Gray Television Secondary affiliation; MyNetworkTV is primary affiliation
WSWG-DT2 is also affiliated with the ACC Network

Hawaii[edit]

Honolulu KITV 4.2 40 SJL Broadcasting Time adjusted to Eastern Time Zone Feed, however some programs on the schedule do not air in Hawaii due to KITV's in-house programs and newscasts. KITV also airs select Me-TV shows on its primary channel when live feeds from ABC have ended.

Idaho[edit]

Boise KNIN 9.2 10 Raycom Media
Pocatello/Idaho Falls KVUI 31.1 31 Buckalew Media, LLC

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WWME-CD 23.1 39 Weigel Broadcasting Flagship station of the network
WCIU-TV 26.3 27 Secondary flagship station of the network; full-power simulcast
Rockford WREX-TV 13.3 13 Quincy Media
Springfield/Decatur WRSP-TV 55.2 44 GOCOM Media
Urbana WCCU 27.2 26 Satellite station of WRSP-TV

Indiana[edit]

Evansville WFIE 14.2 46 Raycom Media Replaced Movies! on 14.3 after WTSN-CD left MeTV; later replaced 14Xtra on the 14.2 subchannel when 14.3 joined Grit
Also affiliated with the ACC Network
Indianapolis WTHR 13.3 13 Dispatch Broadcast Group
WALV-CD 46.1 46
South Bend WBND-LD 57.2 34 Weigel Broadcasting

Iowa[edit]

Davenport KLJB 18.2 49 Marshall Broadcasting
Des Moines KCCI 8.2 8 Hearst Television OTA home of Minnesota Vikings preseason football
Programming preempted at 9pm for a KCCI-produced newscast
Sioux City KTIV 4.3 41 Quincy Media
Waterloo KWWL 7.3 7

Kansas[edit]

Topeka WIBW-TV 13.2 13 Gray Television Secondary affiliation with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation; also affiliated with the ACC Network
Also televises away games from Sporting Kansas City of the MLS which are produced by Kansas City independent station KMCI-TV
Wichita KAKE 10.2 10 Lockwood Broadcast Group

Kentucky[edit]

Lexington WLEX-TV 18.2 39 Cordillera Communications
Louisville WLKY 32.2 26 Hearst Television Programming pre-empted during the 7 a.m. ET hour on weekdays due to an expanded morning newscast, as well as from 10-10:30 p.m. due to a primetime newscast produced by WLKY.
Paducah WQWQ-LP 24 9 Raycom Media Simulcasts on KFVS-DT2 Cape Girardeau, MO
Secondary affiliation with The CW as primary affiliation. Broadcasts ACC Sports from the ACC Network.

Louisiana[edit]

Alexandria KLAX-TV 31.2 31 Pollack/Belz Communications Co., Inc. Broadcast on Suddenlink Cable 7 and 28
Baton Rouge WLFT-CD 30.1 30 Touch Family Broadcasting Broadcasts Me-TV programming during the evening and religious programming during the day
30.2 Broadcasts all of Me-TV's programming also on Cox Cable 117
Columbia/Monroe/El Dorado KMLU 11.1 11 Legacy Broadcasting
Lake Charles KWWE-LD 19.2 19 Waypoint Media Joined MeTV February 15, 2017
New Iberia/Lafayette/Carencro KLWB 50.1 50 Wilderness Communications Broadcast on Cox Cable 23, LUS 15, Charter 10 (Jennings, Church Point, Eunice, and Opelousas), Suddenlink 12 (Ville Platte) and Directv 50
New Orleans WDSU 6.2 43 Hearst Television Broadcasts on Cox 108, NewWave (Belle Chasse) 102, Charter (Hammond/Slidell, Assumption/Thibodaux, Bourg) 185, Comcast (Houma, Laplace East and West Bank) 197, TeleComm (Reserve) 151, Cox (Gramercy/Lutcher) 130
Alternate NBC affiliate
Minden/Shreveport KPXJ 21.2 21 KTBS, Inc. Broadcasts on Comcast 212; alternate ACC Network affiliate

Maine[edit]

Portland WPXT 51.2 43 Ironwood Communications
Bangor WBGR-LD 33 18 Maine Family Broadcast Broadcast on Time Warner Cable Channel 12. New digital signal on UHF channel 18, OTA home of the Liberty University Flames.

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WBAL-TV 11.2 11 Hearst Television Operates under the name "MeTV 11+ WBAL"
Programming preempted for a 10pm newscast Sunday-Friday nights at 10pm with the local news magazine show "11 TV Hill" at 10:30 pm on Sunday nights following the news and encores of the week's newscasts on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00 am and 10:30 am and at noon on Saturdays; all newscasts are produced by WBAL-TV
Salisbury WMDT 47.3 47 Marquee Broadcasting Effective May 26, 2014[2]

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WCVB-TV 5.2 20 Hearst Television Preempts programming for a nightly newscast at 10pm, repeats of the 6am hour of WCVB-TV's morning news at 7am on weekdays and the public affairs program Chronicle at 6:30pm on weekdays; all of which are produced by WCVB-TV

Michigan[edit]

Cadillac/Traverse City WFQX-TV 32.2 32 Heritage Broadcast Group
Detroit WDIV-TV 4.3 45 Graham Media Group
Flint/Saginaw/Bay City WJRT-TV 12.2 12 Gray Television Replaced the Live Well Network on November 17, 2014 [3]
Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo
/Battle Creek
WLLA 64.2 45 Christian Faith Broadcasting
Lansing/Jackson WSYM-TV 47.2 38 E.W. Scripps Company
Marquette WZMQ 19.1 19 MMMRC, LLC

Minnesota[edit]

Duluth WDIO-DT 10.2 10 Hubbard Broadcasting
Hibbing WIRT-DT 13.2 13 Satellite station of WDIO-DT
Minneapolis/St. Paul/Richfield KSTC-TV 5.3 45
Rochester KXLT-TV 47.2 46 SagamoreHill Broadcasting

Mississippi[edit]

Gulfport/Biloxi/Pascagoula WGUD-LD 51.1 51 Scranton Broadcasting Company, LLC Preempts programming for locally produced programs weekdays at 6:30pm and 7:00pm. OTA home for local high school football.
Hattiesburg/Laurel WHPM-LD 23.3 23 Waypoint Media, LLC

Secondary affiliation with a primary My Network TV affiliation.

Jackson WAPT 16.2 21 Hearst Television
West Point/Tupelo/Columbus/Starkville WLOV-TV 27.2 16 WTVA, Inc. Previously on sister station WTVA; was relocated from WTVA's DT2 feed on September 1, 2012, after that subchannel became the market's ABC affiliate[4][5]

Missouri[edit]

Cape Girardeau KFVS-TV 12.2 12 Raycom Media Simulcast from WQTV-LP/WQWQ-LP Paducah/Murray, KY

Secondary affiliation with The CW as primary affiliation

Columbia/Jefferson City KMIZ 17.2 17 News-Press & Gazette Company
Kansas City KMBC-TV 9.2 29 Hearst Television
Lemay/St. Louis KMOV 4.2 24 Meredith Corporation
Osage Beach/Springfield KRBK 49.2 49 Koplar Communications

Montana[edit]

Billings KINV-LD 14.1 14 Yellowstone Valley Community TV, Inc.
Butte KTVM-TV 6.2 6 Bonten Media Group Flagship of the statewide Me-TV Montana network.
Great Falls KTGF 16.1 45 PetroMedia Corporation
Kalispell KCFW-TV 9.2 9 Bonten Media Group
Missoula KECI-TV 13.2 13

Nebraska[edit]

North Platte KNPL-LD 10.2 25 Gray Television
Superior/Lincoln KSNB-TV 4.2 4 Partial schedule with MyNetworkTV as primary affiliation
Omaha KETV 7.2 20 Hearst Television Preempts programming for a 9pm nightly newscast which is produced by KETV.

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KLAS-TV 8.2 7 Nexstar Media Group Also affiliated with the ACC Network
Reno KAME-TV 21.2 20 Ellis Communications

New Hampshire[edit]

Manchester WMUR-TV 9.2 9 Hearst Television Programming preempted from 10-10:30 p.m. on weeknights for a WMUR-produced primetime newscast

New Jersey[edit]

Middletown Township WJLP 33.1 3 PMCM TV, LLC Replaced WZME in Bridgeport, CT as the primary affiliate for the New York City market.

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KRTN-LD 33.1 39 Ramar Communications
Santa Fe KASA-TV 2.2 27

New York[edit]

Albany WNYT 13.2 12 Hubbard Broadcasting
Binghamton WBNG-TV 12.3 7 Quincy Media
New York WJLP 33.1 3 PMCM TV, LLC Licensed to Middletown Township, New Jersey, but also serves New York City market.
Rochester WHEC-TV 10.2 10 Hubbard Broadcasting
Plattsburgh/
Burlington, Vermont
WPTZ 5.3 14 Hearst Television Originally carried on digital subchannel 5.2; CW programming pre-empted select Me-TV programs from March 2013 to August 2014, when the latter was moved to a newly created third subchannel (syndicated programming supplied by The CW Plus now fills timeslots formerly occupied by Me-TV programming on 5.2).[6]
Springville/Buffalo WBBZ-TV 67.1 67.3 7 ITV of Buffalo 67.1 carries a partial schedule, along with WBBZ original and non-network syndicated programming. 67.3 carries the full ME-TV schedule.
Syracuse WSYR-TV 9.2 17 Nexstar Media Group Subchannel also carries WSYR-produced newscasts and select syndicated programming
Utica WKTV 2.4 29 Heartland Media Originally carried on 2.3; moved to a newly created fourth subchannel November 22, 2015 when 2.2 affiliated with CBS, moving 2.2's former affiliation with The CW to 2.3.[7]
Watertown WNYF-CD 28.2 35 United Communications Corporation Joined Me-TV in September 2016[8]

North Carolina[edit]

Charlotte WCCB-TV 18.3 27 Bahakel Communications Also carried on W20DD-D 18.6
Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point WXII-TV 12.2 31 Hearst Television
Raleigh WRAZ 50.2 49 Capitol Broadcasting
Washington WITN-TV 7.3 32 Gray Television
Wilmington WILM-LD 10.2 40 Capitol Broadcasting

North Dakota[edit]

Bismarck KFYR-TV 5.3 31 Gray Television Flagship of the Me-TV North Dakota statewide network, over the air home of North Dakota St. Basketball
Dickinson KQCD-TV 7.3 7 Satellite station of KFYR-TV and part of the Me-TV North Dakota statewide network, OTA home to NDSU basketball
Fargo KVLY-TV 11.3 44 Not part of the Me-TV North Dakota Statewide network but features live events such as NDSU basketball and KVLY-TV newscast repeats in addition to Me-TV programming. Formerly aired on 11.2 but moved to 11.3 when CBS affiliate KXJB-TV signed-off (to become Cozi TV affiliate KRDK-TV) and its programming was moved to 11.2.
Minot KMOT 10.3 10 Satellite Station of KFYR-TV and part of the Me-TV statewide network, OTA of NDSU basketball
Williston KUMV-TV 8.3 8 Satellite station of KFYR-TV and part of the Me-TV statewide network, OTA home of NDSU basketball

Ohio[edit]

Cincinnati WLWT 5.2 35 Hearst Television
Cleveland WOIO 19.2 10 Raycom Media Joined MeTV August 1, 2011.
Columbus WCMH-TV 4.2 14 Nexstar Media Group OTA home of Pittsburgh Steelers preseason football
Dayton WHIO-TV 7.2 41 Cox Media Group
Steubenville WTOV-TV 9.3 9 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Toledo WTOL 11.2 11 Raycom Media

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KOCO-TV 5.2 7 Hearst Television
Tulsa KOKI-TV 23.2 22 Cox Media Group

Oregon[edit]

Eugene KEZI 9.2 9 Heartland Media Carries local High School football programs "Friday Night Blitz" and the "Roundball Game of The Week" during High School Football season.
Medford KMVU-DT 26.2 26 Broadcast Licenses, LP
Portland KATU 2.2 43 Sinclair Broadcast Group Programming preempted at 6 PM weeknights for KATU-produced "AM Northwest Primetime"

Pennsylvania[edit]

Erie WICU-TV 12.2 12 Lilly Broadcasting Joined MeTV September 2016[9]
Johnstown WJAC-TV 6.2 34 Sinclair Broadcast Group OTA home for NCAA DI FCS football
Lancaster WGAL 8.2 8 Hearst Television
Pittsburgh WPXI 11.2 48 Cox Media Group
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton WSWB 38.2 31 MPS Media

Puerto Rico[edit]

Hatillo W32DY-D 32.1 32 TV Red de Puerto Rico
Toa Baja/San Juan W17DL-D 17.1 17

Rhode Island[edit]

Providence WJAR 10.2 50 Sinclair Broadcast Group

South Carolina[edit]

Charleston WCIV 36.3 36 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Columbia WOLO-TV 25.4 8 Bahakel Communications
Myrtle Beach WFXB 43.4 18
Spartanburg WSPA-TV 7.2 7 Nexstar Media Group

South Dakota[edit]

Lead KQME 5.1 10 Legacy Broadcasting Satellite station of KHME
Rapid City KHME 23.1 2 Previously on KOTA-DT2. Moved to its primary subchannel when Gray Television, owner of KEVN-TV, acquired Schurz Communications, owner of KOTA-TV, and both stations were moved respectively to a new low-power channel and KEVN-TV's former facilities (to comply with FCC ownership limits).
Sioux Falls/Mitchell KSFY-TV 13.3 13 Gray Television

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WFLI-TV 53.3 42 New Age Media
Jackson WBBJ-TV 7.3 43 Bahakel Communications Partial schedule with CBS as primary affiliation
Kingsport WAPK-CD 36.1 36 Holston Valley Broadcasting Group Previously aired on WJHL-DT2. Moved to WAPK-CD February 1, 2016 when WJHL-DT2 joined ABC, and ABC's former affiliate WKPT-TV (which simulcasts WAPK-CD on its DT2 subchannel) took WAPK-CD's MyNetworkTV affiliation and much of its programming.[10]
Knoxville WBIR-TV 10.2 10 Tegna
Memphis WLMT 30.2 31 Nexstar Media Group
Nashville WKRN-TV 2.2 27

Texas[edit]

Austin KTBC[1] 7.4 7 Fox Television Stations
Beaumont KBMT 12.4 12 Tegna
Bryan/College Station KAGS-LD 23.3 23
Corpus Christi KIII 3.2 8
Fort Worth/Dallas KTXA 21.2 29 CBS Corporation
El Paso KDBC-TV 4.3 18 Sinclair Broadcast Group Moved from sister station KFOX-TV's DT2 subchannel
Houston/Baytown KUBE-TV 57.4 41 Titan Broadcast Management
Lubbock KLBB-LP 48.1 19 Ramar Communications
Midland/Odessa KWWT 30.1 30 JB Broadcasting
San Antonio KSAT-TV 12.2 12 Graham Media Group
Sweetwater/Abilene KTXS-TV 12.3 20 Bonten Media Group
Temple/Waco KCEN-TV 6.3 9 Tegna
Tyler KYTX 19.3 18
Weslaco KRGV-TV 5.3 13 KRGV-TV Corporation Serves the Rio Grande Valley Area

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KTVX 4.2 40 Nexstar Media Group

Virginia[edit]

Charlottesville WAHU-CD 27.2 40 Gray Television Secondary with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation. WHSV 3.4 carries ACC sports and repeats of WSHV 3 news.
Harrisonburg WHSV-TV 3.4 49
Norfolk/Hampton/Virginia Beach WVEC 13.3 13 Tegna
Richmond WWBT 12.2 12 Raycom Media
Roanoke WSLS-TV 10.3 30 Graham Media Group

Washington[edit]

Bellingham KVOS-TV 12.1 35 OTA Broadcasting Also serving Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia
Kennewick KVEW 42.2 44 Morgan Murphy Media
Seattle KFFV 44.6 44 OTA Broadcasting Subchannel; simulcasts KVOS-TV(12.1)
Spokane KXLY-TV 4.2 13 Morgan Murphy Media
Yakima KAPP 35.2 14

West Virginia[edit]

Bluefield/Beckley/Oak Hill WVVA 6.3 46 Quincy Media
Fairmont/Clarksburg/Weston WDTV 5.2 5 Gray Television
Huntington/Charleston WSAZ-TV 3.2 23 Secondary with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation.
Parkersburg/Marietta, Ohio WIYE-LD 47.2 47

Wisconsin[edit]

Chippewa Falls/Eau Claire WEUX 48.2 49 Nexstar Media Group
Green Bay/Appleton WGBA-TV 26.2 41 E.W. Scripps Company
Madison WKOW 27.2 26 Quincy Media
Milwaukee WBME-CD 41.1 24 Weigel Broadcasting Moved due to channel swap with WMLW-TV on August 7, 2012
WDJT-TV 58.2 46 Full-power simulcast
La Crosse WLAX 25.2 17 Nexstar Media Group
Wausau WZAW-LD 55.2 31 Gray Television

Wyoming[edit]

Casper KWYF-LD 20.2 26 Wyomedia Corporation

† Any launch dates noted are subject to change.

Former Affiliates[edit]

City Station Virtual Channel Physical Channel Owner Status
Chicago, Illinois WFBT-CA
WWME-CA
23 (Analog) 23 (Analog) Weigel Broadcasting Original station, was replaced by analog nightlight broadcast of WCIU-TV after the analog switchoff in 2009.
Johnson City, Tennessee WJHL-DT2 11.2 11 Media General Joined ABC 2/1/2016
Plattsburgh, New York-Burlington, Vermont WPTZ-DT2 5.2 14 Hearst Television Shared with The CW beginning 3/4/2013; became a sole CW affiliate 9/15/2014
Rockford, Illinois WFBN-LD 33.1 35 Weigel Broadcasting Now a Telemundo affiliate.
San Diego, California KFMB-DT2 8.2 8 Midwest Television, Inc. Left MeTV 5/1/2017 and went silent; to return as a CW affiliate 6/1/2017
Utica, New York WKTV-DT3 2.3 29 Heartland Media Joined The CW when 2.2 switched from that network to CBS

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