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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, MeTV 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]

Notes:

  • 1 Indicates station is a primary feed MeTV affiliate.
  • † Any launch dates noted are subject to change.
  • Bold Owned by Weigel Broadcasting.
City Station Virtual
channel[1]
Physical
channel
Primary
affiliation
(on main channel)
Owner
(Management Company)
Date of affiliation Notes†

Alabama[edit]

Birmingham/Tuscaloosa WVTM 13.2 7 NBC Hearst Television Airs Matter of Fact Sunday Mornings at 11 AM.
Dothan WTVY 4.2 36 CBS Gray Television Primarily a My Network TV affiliate which interrupts Me TV programming from 2 to 4 AM while also airing syndicated programs at selected time slots.
Huntsville WZDX 54.3 18 Fox Tegna, Inc.
Mobile WKRG-TV 5.3 20 CBS Nexstar Media Group
Selma/Montgomery WAKA 8.2 25 CBS Bahakel Communications

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage KDMD (TV) 33.3 33 Ion Television Ketchikan Television LLC Airs local Alaskan programming.

Arizona[edit]

Kingman KMOH-TV 6.1 19 1 Weigel Broadcasting (TV-49, Inc.) February 13, 2021
Phoenix KEJR-LD 40.6 32 Azteca América Operates as a low-power translator of KMOH-TV
Prescott (Phoenix) KAZT-TV 7.2 7 Independent Londen Media Group
Tucson KOLD-TV 13.2 32 CBS Gray Television

Arkansas[edit]

Camden (Little Rock) KMYA-DT 49.1 18 1 LR Telecasting, LLC
Fayetteville KHOG 29.3 15 ABC Hearst Television KHOG operates as a satellite station of KHBS.
Fort Smith KHBS 40.3 21 Alternate ABC affiliate.
Harrison
(Springfield, Missouri)
K26GS-D 26.2 26 This TV Reynolds Media, Inc.
Harrison
(Springfield, Missouri)
KXMP-LD 8 8 1 TKO, Inc.
Jonesboro KJNB-LD 39.3 16 Fox Waypoint Media March 2018 MyNetworkTV programming preempts the MeTV schedule from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. each weeknight.
KJNE-LD 42.3 22 KJNE-LD operates as a satellite station of KJNB-LD.

California[edit]

Anaheim (Los Angeles) KDOC-TV 56.3 12 TCT Tri-State Christian Television
(Radiant Life Ministries, Inc.)
Serves as secondary affiliate (to KAZA-TV) for the Los Angeles market, as of January 3, 2018 (see below)
Bakersfield KNXT-LD 53.2 6 MyNetworkTV My Central Valley, LLC Launched 2022
Clovis (Fresno) KGMC 43.6 11 Estrella TV Cocola Broadcasting
Los Angeles KAZA-TV 54.1 27 1 Weigel Broadcasting (TV-49, Inc.) January 3, 2018
Monterey KYMB-LD 27.1 27 Cocola Broadcasting
Palm Springs KMIR-TV 36.2 26 NBC Entravision Communications
Palo Alto (San Francisco) KTLN-TV 68.2 22 Heroes & Icons Weigel Broadcasting April 17, 2019
Sacramento KCRA-TV 3.2 35 NBC Hearst Television Carries a KCRA-TV produced weeknight 7PM newscast.
San Diego KGTV 10.2 10 ABC E. W. Scripps Company May 1, 2017 Also simulcast on analog low-power station KZSD-LP
San Francisco KBCW 44.3 28 The CW Paramount Global Simulcast of KTLN-TV's DT2 subchannel.

Colorado[edit]

Colorado Springs KKTV 11.2 26 CBS Gray Television Primarily serves as the MyNetworkTV affiliate for Colorado Springs.
Denver KCNC-TV 4.4 35 CBS Paramount Global 2021 Simulcast of KREG-TV.
Durango KRTN-TV 33.1 33 1 Telemundo Station Group
(NBCUniversal)
Glenwood Springs KREG-TV 3.1 23 1 MeTV O&O Weigel Broadcasting February 1, 2020
Grand Junction KKCO 11.2 12 NBC Gray Television

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford and New Haven WHCT-LD 35.1 35 1 Weigel Broadcasting September 30, 2020

Delaware[edit]

Wilmington
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
WDPN-TV 2.1 2 1 Maranatha Broadcasting Company

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WDME-CD 48.1 20 1 MeTV O&O Weigel Broadcasting May 8, 2022

Florida[edit]

Daytona Beach/Orlando WESH 2.2 11 NBC Hearst Television Airs Matter Of Fact Saturday Mornings at 7:30AM.
Gainesville WCJB-TV 20.3 16 ABC Gray Television January 30, 2018
Jacksonville WFOX-TV 30.2 14 Fox Cox Media Group Secondary affiliation with a primary MyNetworkTV affiliation; Me-TV programming airs in select time periods on weekdays, and 24 hours a day on weekends.
Miami/Fort Lauderdale WPLG 10.2 10 ABC BH Media
Naples/Fort Myers WZVN-TV 26.2 28 Montclair Communications, Inc.
(Waterman Broadcasting)
Panama City W20DX-D 20.1 20 - SagamoreHill Broadcasting
Tampa/St. Petersburg WMOR-TV 32.2 19 Independent Hearst Television September 26, 2019 Was formerly affiliated with WFLA-TV.
West Palm Beach WPTV-TV 5.2 12 NBC E. W. Scripps Company

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WUPA 69.4 36 The CW Paramount Global Simulcast of WGTA.
Augusta WJBF 6.2 28 ABC Nexstar Media Group Airs a weeknight 10PM newscast produced by WJBF.
Perry/Macon WPGA-TV 58.1 32 1 Marquee Broadcasting Formerly on DT4, main channel was independent until 2020.
Savannah WJCL (TV) 22.2 22 ABC Hearst Television Formerly on WSAV-TV DT3
Thomasville
(Tallahassee, Florida)
WCTV 6.2 20 CBS Gray Television Primarily an affiliate of My Network TV with high school basketball games being aired on Saturday afternoons during the season. Simulcast of sister station WFXU.
Toccoa/Atlanta WGTA 32.1 24 1 Marquee Broadcasting Station is available on most Atlanta cable systems; WGTA is also simulcasted on WUEO/49.1, licensed to Macon, though its transmitter is in the Greater Atlanta area. (Station call letters G-T-A refer to the region, Greenville to Atlanta, with Toccoa located in the former's television market.)
Valdosta/Albany WSWG 44.2 31 CBS Formerly carried Atlantic Coast Conference games syndicated by the ACC Network
Cordele/Albany WSWG 55.2 34 MyNetworkTV Simulcast of WSWG-TV's DT2 subchannel.

Hawaii[edit]

Honolulu KITV 4.2 20 ABC Allen Media Broadcasting Schedule adjusted to Eastern Time Zone Feed; some MeTV programs are preempted by KITV-DT2 due to the subchannels carriage of KITV's in-house local programs and newscasts; KITV also airs select Me-TV shows on its primary channel to fill airtime after live sports and event feeds from ABC conclude.

Idaho[edit]

Boise KNIN 9.2 10 Fox Gray Television
(E. W. Scripps Company)
Pocatello/Idaho Falls KPIF 15.1 15 1 Ventura Broadcasting
Twin Falls, Idaho KBAX 27.1 27 1 i84 Broadcasting Company

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WWME-CD 23.1 20 1 Weigel Broadcasting Flagship station of the network
WCIU-TV 26.3 23 The CW Secondary flagship station of the network; operates as full-power simulcast of WWME-CD
Quincy WGEM-TV 10.4 10 NBC Gray Television
Rockford WREX-TV 13.3 13 Allen Media Broadcasting
Springfield WRSP-TV 55.2 16 Fox GOCOM Media
(Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Urbana (Champaign) WCCU 27.2 26 Operates as a satellite station of WRSP-TV

Indiana[edit]

Evansville WFIE 14.2 26 NBC Gray Television November 1, 2013 Originally affiliated with WFIE-DT 14.3 on November 1, 2013, replacing Movies!, after WTSN-CD disaffiliated from MeTV; network moved to WFIE-DT2 (replacing 24-hour news and sports service "14Xtra") on October 28, 2014, at the same time that WFIE-DT3 became an affiliate of Grit; formerly carried Atlantic Coast Conference games syndicated by the ACC Network
Fort Wayne WISE-TV 33.6 34 The CW May 1, 2019
Indianapolis WTHR 13.3 13 NBC Tegna Alternate NBC affiliate
WALV-CD 46.1 17 1
Lafayette WPBY-LD 35.2 35 ABC Star City Broadcasting MyNetworkTV programming preempts the MeTV schedule from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. each weeknight. Until 2019, WPBY-LD2 also carried Chicago Cubs baseball games from WGN-TV.[2]
South Bend WBND-LD 57.2 35 Weigel Broadcasting

Iowa[edit]

Davenport KLJB 18.2 30 Fox Marshall Broadcasting Group
(Nexstar Media Group)
Des Moines KCCI 8.2 8 CBS Hearst Television Airs a nightly 9PM newscast produced by KCCI with Matter of Fact airing after the Sunday newscast; subject to air any one of KCCI's newscasts if CBS Sports programming runs long; alternate home of Minnesota Vikings NFL preseason football.
Sioux City KTIV 4.3 14 NBC Gray Television
Waterloo KWWL 7.3 7 Allen Media Broadcasting

Kansas[edit]

Topeka WIBW-TV 13.2 13 CBS Gray Television Secondary affiliation with a primary affiliation with MyNetworkTV. Carries select away games featuring Sporting Kansas City which are produced by KMCI-TV of Kansas City.
Wichita KAKE 10.2 10 ABC Lockwood Broadcast Group On Sunday Mornings from 6:00 to 7:00 am, MeTV Kansas carries two Litton's Weekend Adventure programs not aired on 10.1, which are Outback Adventures with Tim Faulkner and Oh Baby! with Anji Corley.

Kentucky[edit]

Bowling Green WNKY 40.3 24 NBC Marquee Broadcasting Carries Tennessee Titans NFL preseason football from the Titans Preseason Football television network.
Lexington WKYT-TV 27.4 27 CBS Gray Television September 30, 2022 Displaces 24/7 Weather Channel to 27.6
Louisville WLKY 32.2 26 CBS Hearst Television Has two newscasts produced by WLKY-TV on weekday mornings 7-8am and nightly at 10pm.
Paducah WQWQ-LD 12.4 18 CBS Gray Television Stand alone:2011(secondary),Digital Translator:2021(Full) WQWQ-LD formerly maintained a primary affiliation with The CW; some MeTV programming was preempted to accommodate CW network, local and syndicated programs when it was a standalone station. WQWQ-LD switched to a digital translator of KFVS-TV in March 2021 simulcasting all five of the latter's subchannels before its call letters were switched from WQWQ-LP to WQWQ-LD on June 22, 2021. Former satellite station WQTV-LP went off the air in 2019 with Gray Television surrendering WQTV-LP's license to the FCC for deletion on February 10, 2021.

Louisiana[edit]

Alexandria KLAX-TV 31.2 31 ABC Imagicomm Communications Simulcast of low powered analog sister station KWCE-LP
Baton Rouge WBXH-CD 39.2 39 MyNetworkTV Gray Television June 28, 2021
Columbia
(Monroe/El Dorado, Arkansas)
KMLU 11.1 11 1 Legacy Broadcasting
Lake Charles KWWE-LD 19.1 19 MyNetworkTV SagamoreHill Broadcasting MyNetworkTV programming preempts the MeTV schedule from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. each weeknight.
New Iberia/Lafayette KLWB 50.1 17 1 Delta Media Corporation Launched July 25, 2011 as Louisiana's first Affiliate
New Orleans WDSU 6.2 19 NBC Hearst Television Airs Matter of Fact early Monday Mornings. Alternate NBC affiliate. Airs a 6:30PM repeat of WDSU's 6PM News on weeknights.
Minden (Shreveport) KPXJ 21.2 32 The CW KTBS, Inc. Broadcasts on Comcast 212; formerly carried Atlantic Coast Conference games syndicated by the ACC Network

Maine[edit]

Bangor WBGR-LD 33.1 18 1 James McLeod Also carries football and basketball games involving the Liberty University Flames; carried on Charter Spectrum channel 12.
Portland WMTW 8.2 8 ABC Hearst Television

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WBAL-TV 11.2 12 NBC Hearst Television WBAL-DT2 preempts network programming for a WBAL-produced, half-hour 10:00 p.m. newscast on Sunday through Friday nights, local newsmagazine 11 TV Hill (on Sundays at 10:30 p.m.), and encores of the week's newscasts (on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00 and 10:30 a.m. and Saturdays at noon)
Salisbury WMDT 47.3 29 ABC Marquee Broadcasting May 26, 2014[3]

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WCVB-TV 5.2 20 ABC Hearst Television WCVB-DT2 preempts MeTV programming for a WCVB-produced, half-hour 10:00 p.m. newscast seven nights a week, and day-behind repeats of public affairs program Chronicle at 6:30 p.m. weekdays.

Michigan[edit]

Cadillac/Traverse City WWTV-TV 9.3 9 Fox Heritage Broadcast Group
Detroit WDIV-TV 4.3 32 NBC Graham Media Group August 1, 2015
Flint/Saginaw/Bay City WJRT-TV 12.2 12 ABC Allen Media Broadcasting November 17, 2014 Replaced the Live Well Network[4]
Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/
Battle Creek
WLLA 64.2 22 Religious independent Christian Faith Broadcasting
Lansing/Jackson WSYM-TV 47.2 28 Fox E.W. Scripps Company October 1, 2011 Replaced TheCoolTV
Marquette WZMQ 19.1 19 1 Lilly Broadcasting

Minnesota[edit]

Duluth WDIO-DT 10.2 10 ABC Hubbard Broadcasting
Hibbing WIRT-DT 13.2 13 Operates as a satellite station of WDIO-DT
Minneapolis/St. Paul KSTC-TV 5.3 30 Independent
Rochester KXLT-TV 47.2 26 Fox SagamoreHill Broadcasting
(Gray Television)

Mississippi[edit]

Gulfport/Biloxi/Pascagoula WGUD-LD 51.1 31 1 Scranton Broadcasting Company, LLC WGUD-LD preempts some MeTV programming for locally produced programs weekdays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. year-round, as well as for local high school football games during the fall months.
Hattiesburg/Laurel WHPM-LD 23.3 23 Fox Waypoint Media WHPM-LD3 maintains primary affiliation with MyNetworkTV, with the programming service's schedule preempting MeTV programs from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. each weeknight
Jackson WAPT 16.2 21 ABC Hearst Television Airs Matter of Fact Sunday nights at midnight, a WAPT produced nightly 9PM newscast every night at 9pm, local airings of the 1966 Batman TV series at 9:30PM on Saturday nights after the news, and Hearst E/I programming Sunday mornings from 8AM to 9AM.
Meridian WMDN 24.3 24 CBS Waypoint Media
West Point/Tupelo/
Columbus/Starkville
WLOV-TV 27.2 16 Fox Coastal Television Broadcasting Company LLC
(Allen Media Broadcasting)
September 1, 2012 Previously carried on the DT2 feed on sister station WTVA; was relocated from WTVA-DT2 on September 1, 2012, after that subchannel became the market's ABC affiliate[5][6]

Missouri[edit]

Cape Girardeau KFVS-TV 12.4 11 CBS Gray Television January 1, 2020 Former simulcast from WQTV-LP/WQWQ-LP Paducah/Murray, KY; some MeTV programming was preempted to accommodate local, syndicated and CW network programs carried by WQTV/WQWQ. MeTV and The CW became sole affiliates on January 1, 2020. WQTV-LP's license was turned in by Gray to the Federal Communications Commission for deletion in February 2021 after two years off the air. WQWQ-LP is now WQWQ-LD, a digital translator of KFVS-TV as of June 2021.
Columbia/Jefferson City KMIZ 17.2 17 ABC News-Press & Gazette Company
Joplin KOAM 7.3 7 CBS Morgan Murphy Media
Kansas City KMBC-TV 9.2 29 ABC Hearst Television
St. Louis KNLC 24.1 14 1 Weigel Broadcasting
Springfield KSPR-LD 33.3 34 ABC Gray Television Moved from KRBK 49.2 on January 1, 2021

Montana[edit]

Billings KINV-LD 14.1 14 1 Yellowstone Valley Community TV, Inc.
Great Falls KJJC-TV 16.1 17 1 PetroMedia Corporation

Nebraska[edit]

North Platte KNPL-LD 10.2 25 CBS Gray Television
York/Lincoln KSNB-TV 4.2 24 NBC KSNB-DT2 serves as a primary affiliate of MyNetworkTV, with programming from the service and some local and syndicated programs preempting MeTV programs from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. each weeknight
Omaha KETV 7.2 20 ABC Hearst Television KETV-DT2 preempts network programming for a KETV-produced, half-hour 9:00 p.m. newscast that airs seven nights a week.

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KHSV 21.1 2 MeTV Howard Stirk Holdings June 1, 2022 Formerly on KLAS's 8.2, now on channel 21.1, displacing H&I.
Reno KOLO-TV 8.2 8 ABC Gray Television

New Hampshire[edit]

Manchester WMUR-TV 9.2 9 ABC Hearst Television WMUR-DT2 preempts network programming for a WMUR-produced, half-hour 10:00 p.m. newscast that airs seven nights a week.

New Jersey[edit]

Middletown Township
(New York City, New York)
WJLP 33.1 3 1 Weigel Broadcasting October 1, 2014 Formally replaced WZME/Bridgeport, Connecticut as the network's primary affiliate for the New York City market (WZME remained with MeTV until January 1, 2017).

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KRTN-LD 39.1 18 1 Telemundo Station Group
(NBCUniversal)
Santa Fe KASA-TV 2.2 27 Telemundo

New York[edit]

Albany WNYT 13.2 12 NBC Hubbard Broadcasting
Binghamton WBNG-TV 12.3 8 CBS Gray Television
Rochester WHEC-TV 10.2 10 NBC Hubbard Broadcasting
Plattsburgh/
Burlington, Vermont
WPTZ 5.3 14 Hearst Television January 2, 2013 Originally carried on digital subchannel 5.2 from January 2, 2013 to September 15, 2014; CW programming pre-empted select Me-TV programs from March 2013 to August 2014, when the latter's programming was moved to a newly created third subchannel on a full-time basis.[7]
Springville/Buffalo WBBZ-TV 67.3 7 Independent Philip A. Arno Formerly carried a partial schedule of the network, along with station-produced and various other syndicated programming on 67.1.
Syracuse WMJQ-CD 40.1 27 1 Renard Communications October 2020 Formerly on 9.2 WSYR-DT2, which switched to competitor Antenna TV.
Utica WKTV 2.4 29 NBC Heartland Media November 10, 2014 MeTV programming was originally carried on WKTV-DT3 until November 22, 2015, when it moved to a newly created DT4 subchannel to accommodate the switch of WKTV-DT2 to CBS and the resulting displacement of The CW Plus to WKTV-DT3.[8]
Watertown WNYF-CD 28.2 35 Fox Gray Television September 2016[9]

North Carolina[edit]

Charlotte WCCB-TV 18.3 18 The CW Bahakel Communications Also carried on W20DD-D 18.9
Greensboro/Winston-Salem/
High Point
WXII-TV 12.2 31 NBC Hearst Television
Raleigh WRAZ 50.2 15 Fox Capitol Broadcasting Company
Greenville/New Bern/
Washington
WITN-TV 7.3 32 NBC Gray Television
Wilmington WILM-LD 10.2 15 Independent Capitol Broadcasting Company

North Dakota[edit]

Bismarck KFYR-TV 5.3 31 NBC Gray Television Flagship of the NBC North Dakota/MeTV North Dakota state network; some MeTV programming may be preempted by North Dakota State Bison men's basketball game telecasts during the winter and early spring
Dickinson KQCD-TV 7.3 7 Satellite of KFYR-TV; some MeTV programming may be preempted by North Dakota State Bison men's basketball game telecasts during the winter and early spring
Fargo KVLY-TV 11.3 36 Operates independently of the NBC North Dakota/Me-TV North Dakota network; some MeTV programming may be preempted by live events such as North Dakota State Bison men's basketball as well as rebroadcasts of select KVLY newscasts. Network was formerly carried on KVLY-DT2 until January 13, 2015, when KXJB-TV converted into Cozi TV affiliate KRDK-TV upon Major Market Broadcasting assuming ownership of that station and Gray transferred that station's former CBS and syndicated programming inventory as well as local newscasts to KVLY-DT2.
Minot KMOT 10.3 10 Satellite of KFYR-TV; some MeTV programming may be preempted by North Dakota State Bison men's basketball game telecasts during the winter and early spring
Williston KUMV-TV 8.3 8

Ohio[edit]

Cincinnati WLWT 5.2 20 NBC Hearst Television Airs a 10 PM newscast produced by WLWT with religious programming on Sunday nights from 5 to 6PM and Matter of fact after the Sunday newscast at 10:30PM.
Cleveland WOIO 19.2 10 CBS Gray Television August 1, 2011 MeTV programming is pre-empted late nights during the week from 1-3 a.m. for MyNetworkTV, which was previously carried on sister station WUAB.
Columbus WBNS-TV 10.2 21 CBS Tegna, Inc.
Dayton WHIO-TV 7.2 33 CBS Cox Media Group Some MeTV programming is interrupted at select time slots for either syndicated programming, paid programming, or select CBS programs not aired on the main channel (mainly on weekends due to the main channel's weekend edition of their noon newscast) and repeats the 6am hour of the main channels morning newscast weekday mornings at 7AM and the main channels 6PM newscast is repeated at 6:30PM weeknights and the main channels 11PM newscast is repeated weeknights at 11:30PM.
Steubenville WTOV-TV 9.3 9 NBC Sinclair Broadcast Group Over the air home for the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL and high school sports.
Toledo WTVG 13.3 13 ABC Gray Television October 1, 2019 WTVG began carrying Me-TV on October 1, 2019 after being dropped by Tegna-owned WTOL.

Oklahoma[edit]

Lawton KSWO-TV 7.3 11 ABC Gray Television January 1, 2018
Oklahoma City KOCO-TV 5.2 7 Hearst Television December 2012 KOCO-DT2 preempts network programming for a KOCO-produced, half-hour 9:00 p.m. newscast that airs seven nights a week, and day-of-air repeats of Hearst-distributed political newsmagazine Matter of Fact airing after that newscast on Sunday nights.
Tulsa KOKI-TV 23.2 22 Fox Imagicomm Communications December 10, 2011

Oregon[edit]

Eugene KEZI 9.2 9 ABC Allen Media Broadcasting
Medford KMVU-DT 26.2 26 Fox Imagicomm Communications
Portland KJYY-LD 29.3 29 Telemundo SagamoreHill Broadcasting September 1, 2022
KOXI-CD 20.7 20 H2C Holdings Temporary until KJWY and KJYY finishes upgrading their signals
Salem KJWY-LD 21.3 36 Telemundo SagamoreHill Broadcasting September 1, 2022

Pennsylvania[edit]

Erie WICU-TV 12.2 12 NBC Lilly Broadcasting September 2016[10]
Lancaster WGAL 8.2 8 Hearst Television Airs a half-hour 10 PM newscast produced by WGAL seven nights a week, followed by public affairs program WGAL 8 In Focus on Friday nights, Matter of Fact on Saturday nights, and political program Pennsylvania Newsmakers on Sunday nights.
Pittsburgh WPXI 11.2 23 Cox Media Group
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton WSWB 38.2 34 The CW MPS Media

Puerto Rico[edit]

Ceiba (Fajardo) W18DZ-D 18.1 18 1 TV Red de Puerto Rico

South Carolina[edit]

Columbia WOLO-TV 25.4 7 ABC Bahakel Communications
Myrtle Beach WFXB 43.4 36 Fox
Greenville (Spartanburg) WYFF 4.2 30 NBC Hearst Television MeTV programming was originally carried on WSPA-DT7.2 until March 31, 2018, when it moved to WYFF-DT4.2 replace MOVIES! on 4-1-2018[11] WYFF 4 METV

South Dakota[edit]

Lead KQME 5.1 10 1 Gray Television February 1, 2016 Satellite station of KHME
Rapid City KHME 23.1 2 MeTV programming relocated from (the former) KOTA-DT2 to the station's primary subchannel on February 1, 2016, following the completion of Gray Television's acquisition of Schurz Communications, in which the intellectual assets of Schurz-owned ABC affiliate KOTA-TV moved to KEVN-TV's former intellectual facilities and the assets of Gray-owned Fox affiliate KEVN-TV moved to a low-power station on VHF channel 7 (to comply with FCC ownership limits).
Sioux Falls/Mitchell KSFY-TV 13.3 13 ABC

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WFLI-TV 53.3 23 The CW New Age Media
(Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Jackson WBBJ-TV 7.4 35 ABC Bahakel Communications WBBJ-DT3 formerly carried select MeTV programs on weekday mornings and mid-afternoons and in select weekend timeslots when CBS, syndicated and WBBJ-produced news programming is not broadcast.
Kingsport WAPK-CD 36.1 16 1 Glenwood Communications Corporation February 1, 2016 Network moved from WJHL-DT2 to WAPK-CD on February 1, 2016, when the former replaced WAPK sister WKPT-TV (which simulcasts WAPK-CD on its DT2 subchannel) as the ABC affiliate for the Tri-Cities market, resulting in WKPT assuming the MyNetworkTV programming rights and much of the syndication inventory belonging to WAPK-CD.[12]
Knoxville WBIR-TV 10.2 10 NBC Tegna
Memphis WLMT 30.2 31 The CW Tegna
Nashville WJFB 44.1 25 1 Weigel Broadcasting September 11, 2020

Texas[edit]

Amarillo KFDA-TV 10.4 10 CBS Gray Television June 4, 2018 Replaced its 24/7 News and Weather Channel; 24/7 will now be on the station's website
Austin KTBC[1] 7.4 7 Fox (O&O) Fox Television Stations
Beaumont KBMT 12.4 12 ABC Tegna
Corpus Christi KIII 3.2 8 ABC
Fort Worth/Dallas KAZD 55.2 29 MeTV Weigel Broadcasting March 29, 2021
Houston KYAZ 51.1 26 MeTV Weigel Broadcasting March 29, 2021
Laredo KLMV-LD 15.1 15 1 J.B. Salazar September 2020
Lubbock KLBB-LD 48.1 19 Gray Television
McAllen
(Rio Grande Valley Area)
KRZG-CD 35.4 27 Dabl HC2 Holdings 2021
Midland/Odessa KWWT 30.2 30 MyNetwork TV
San Antonio KSAT-TV 12.2 12 ABC Graham Media Group Airs an hour-long weeknight 9PM newscast produced by KSAT-TV.
Sweetwater/Abilene KTXS-TV 12.3 20 Sinclair Broadcast Group Simulcast of low power sister station KTES-LD.
Tyler KYTX 19.3 15 CBS Broadcasts Religious programming Sunday mornings 6 to 7 AM.
Waco KWTX-TV 10.3 10 CBS Gray Television 2019

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KTVX 4.2 30 ABC Nexstar Media Group
Cedar City/St. George KCSG 8.1 14 - Weigel Broadcasting November 15, 2018 Replaced Heroes & Icons as primary affiliation.

Virginia[edit]

Charlottesville WVAW-LD 16.2 16 ABC Lockwood Broadcast Group
Harrisonburg WHSV-TV 3.4 20 Gray Television WHSV-DT4 maintains primary affiliation with MyNetworkTV, with schedule preempting MeTV programs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. each weeknight; also carries repeats of newscasts seen on WHSV's main feed.
Norfolk/Hampton/
Virginia Beach
WVEC 13.3 13 Tegna
Richmond WWBT 12.2 10 NBC Gray Television
Roanoke WSLS-TV 10.3 34 Graham Media Group

Washington[edit]

Bellingham
(Vancouver/Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
KVOS-TV 12.3 35 H&I Weigel Broadcasting
Kennewick KVEW 42.2 27 ABC Morgan Murphy Media
Seattle KFFV 44.1 16 1 Weigel Broadcasting Subchannel simulcast of KVOS 12.3
Spokane KXLY-TV 4.2 13 ABC Morgan Murphy Media
Yakima KAPP 35.2 14

West Virginia[edit]

Bluefield/Beckley/Oak Hill WVVA 6.3 17 NBC Gray Television
Fairmont/Clarksburg/Weston WDTV 5.2 5 CBS
Huntington/Charleston WSAZ-TV 3.2 22 NBC WSAZ-DT2/WIYE-LD2 maintains primary affiliation with MyNetworkTV, with schedule preempting MeTV programs from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. each weeknight.
Parkersburg/Marietta, Ohio WIYE-LD 47.2 26 CBS

Wisconsin[edit]

Chippewa Falls/Eau Claire WEAU 13.3 17 NBC Gray Television
Green Bay/Appleton WGBA-TV 26.2 14 NBC E.W. Scripps Company
Madison WMTV 15.4 19 NBC Gray Television[13] August 2, 2021 Formerly on WKOW-TV DT2
Milwaukee WBME-CD 41.1 17 1 Weigel Broadcasting August 7, 2012 Moved from full-power signal on August 7, 2012, as a result of a channel swap with WMLW-TV/Racine reairs the WDJT 9PM weekend newscasts for WMLW Saturday and Sunday nights at 1AM with a repeat of the WDJT Sunday morning newscast at 2AM early Monday mornings. Also airs local programming Sunday mornings 7 to 8AM.
WDJT-TV 58.2 29 CBS Full-power simulcast of WBME-CD
La Crosse WLAX 25.2 17 Fox Nexstar Media Group
Wausau WZAW-LD 33.2 33 Gray Television
WSAW-TV 7.2 7 CBS WSAW-DT2 maintains primary affiliation with MyNetworkTV, with schedule preempting MeTV programs from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. each weeknight.

Wyoming[edit]

Casper KFNB 20.2 20 Fox Coastal Television Primary affiliation with a secondary MyNetworkTV affiliation airing 7pm-9pm weeknights.
Cheyenne KLWY 27.3 20 Fox Coastal Television Primary affiliation with a secondary MyNetworkTV affiliation airing 7pm-9pm weeknights.

Former affiliates[edit]

City of license/Market Station Virtual
channel
Physical
channel
Owner
(at time of disaffiliation)
Years of affiliation Status
Bakersfield KERO-TV 23.3 10 E. W. Scripps Company 2015–2022 Subchannel now affiliated with Grit
Baton Rouge, Louisiana WLFT-CD 30.1 & 30.2 30 Bethany World Prayer Center 2011–2021 Served as Baton Rouge's first MeTV affiliate with the full feed on 30.2 and main feed predominantly airing MeTV mixed with local and religious programming
Baytown-Houston, Texas KUBE-DT4 57.4 32 NRJ TV LLC
(Titan TV Broadcast Group)
2011–2018 Originally 57.5 til 2013; left MeTV 5/28/2018 and joined Cozi TV
Bozeman, Montana KDBZ-CD 6.2 29 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2011-2022
Bridgeport, Connecticut WZME 43 21 NRJ TV, LLC 2013–2015 Left MeTV 10/11/2015 to avoid overlap with WJLP and joined Heroes & Icons; later became a Sonlife Broadcasting Network affiliate; currently a Story Television/MeTV+ O&O
Bryan/College Station KAGS-LD 23.3 23 Tegna, Inc. 2012-2019 Later affiliated with Heroes and Icons; now affiliated with Quest
Butte, Montana KTVM-TV 6.2 6 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2011-2022
Charlottesville, Virginia WAHU-CD 27 40 Gray Television 2015−2019 Left MeTV 3/7/2019 in advance of Waterman Broadcasting's sale of WVIR-TV to Gray, and the concurrent sale of WCAV, WVAW-LD, and the affiliations of WAHU-CD's subchannels to Lockwood Broadcast Group
Charleston, South Carolina WCIV 36.3 25 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2014-2022
Chicago, Illinois WFBT-CA
WWME-CA
23 (Analog) 23 (Analog) Weigel Broadcasting 2003–June 12, 2009 Original station, was replaced by analog nightlight broadcast of WCIU-TV after the analog switchoff in 2009.
Columbus, Georgia WRBL 3.2 15 Nexstar Media Group 2011-2022
Denver, Colorado KTVD 31 (UHF) 22 Tegna, Inc. January 2, 2012–February 1, 2020 Replaced by Heroes & Icons (H&I), moved to KREG-TV.
District of Columbia
(Washington, DC)
WJLA-DT2 7.2 7 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2013–2017 MeTV left 7.2 for 5.3 (WTTG) 3/28/2017, replaced by the Sinclair-owned Charge! network
WTTG 5.3 36 Fox 2017–2022 MeTV left 5.3 for 48.1 (WDME-CD) May 8, 2022, replaced by the Start TV network
El Paso KDBC-TV 4.3 18 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2016–2022 Left MeTV 8/31/2022 and was replaced by Antenna TV.
Eureka, California KAEF-TV 23.2 22 2011-2022
Evansville, Indiana WTVW 7 28 Mission Broadcasting
(Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
2011–2013 Secondary affiliation (WTVW was an independent station); dropped MeTV and joined The CW 1/31/2013
WTSN-CD/WYYW-CD 15 15 Three Sisters Broadcasting, LLC 2011–2014 Left MeTV 2/25/2014 and joined Heartland; now a Telemundo affiliate
WYYW-CD/WTSN-CD 20 20 2011–2014 Left MeTV 10/21/2014 and joined Heroes & Icons
WFIE-DT3 14.3 46 Raycom Media 2011–2014 Joined Grit 10/28/2014
Fargo, North Dakota KVLY-DT2 11.2 44 Gray Television 2012–2014 Joined CBS 11/12/2014 after the market's previous CBS affiliate, KXJB-TV, which was operated by KVLY-TV under a LMA, was sold to Major Market Broadcasting
Fort Worth - Dallas, Texas KTXA-DT2 21.2 18 CBS Television Stations 2013-2021 Became a simulcast of CBSN Dallas–Fort Worth on 3/29/2021 following Weigel's purchase of KAZD in late 2020.
Greenville - Dallas, Texas KTXD-TV 47.1/47.4 23 London Broadcasting 2012-2013 Channel 47.1 converted to general entertainment independent station upon disaffiliation, while 47.4 went dark; 47.1 and 47.4 are now affiliated with (respectively) Stadium and TBD
Houston, Texas KPRC-DT2 2.2 35 Graham Media Group 2018-2021 Became Start TV on 3/29/2021 following Weigel's purchase of KYAZ in late 2020.
Johnson City, Tennessee WJHL-DT2 11.2 11 Media General 2011–2016 Joined ABC 2/1/2016
Johnstown, Pennsylvania WJAC-DT2 6.2 35 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2011-2022 Left MeTV 9/1/22 and was replaced by Sinclair-owned Charge!.
Kalispell, Montana KCFW-TV 9.2 9 2013-2022
Las Vegas, Nevada KLAS-DT2 8.2 8 Nexstar Media Group 2010-2022 Left MeTV 5/31/2022 and replaced by Nexstar-owned Rewind TV.
Missoula, Montana KECI-TV 13.2 13 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2013-2022
Panama City, Florida WMBB 13.2 13 Nexstar Media Group 2013-2022 Left MeTV 8/1/2022 and was replaced by Nexstar-owned Antenna TV.
Plattsburgh, New York-Burlington, Vermont WPTZ-DT2 5.2 14 Hearst Television 2013–2014 Shared with The CW beginning 3/4/2013; became a sole CW affiliate 9/15/2014
Portland, Maine
Eastern New Hampshire
WPXT 51.2 43 2012-2018 Now a Heroes & Icons affiliate
Portland, Oregon KATU 2.2 24 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2012-2022 Left MeTV 9/1/2022 and replaced by Charge!
Providence, Rhode Island WJAR 10.2 25 2012-2022 Left MeTV 9/1/2022 and replaced by Charge!
Rapid City, South Dakota
Lead, South Dakota
KOTA-DT2
KHSD-DT2
3.2
5.2
2
10
Schurz Communications 2011–2015 Moved their MeTV affiliations to their primary channels when the stations were sold to Legacy Broadcasting; now a Heroes & Icons affiliate
Redding, California KRCR-TV 7.2 7 Sinclair Broadcast Group 2013-2022
Rockford, Illinois WFBN-LD 33 35 Weigel Broadcasting 2010–2015 Now a Telemundo affiliate.
San Diego, California KFMB-DT2 8.2 8 Midwest Television, Inc. 2011–2017 Left MeTV 5/1/2017 and went silent; returned as a CW affiliate 5/31/2017
San Francisco KFTY 50.1 32 High Plains Broadcasting
(operated by Newport Television)
4/2011-9/2011 Left MeTV 9/29/2011 to join Azteca América
KOFY-TV 20.2 19 Granite Broadcasting Corporation 2011-2018 Left MeTV 3/22/2018 and replaced by This TV[14]
Spartanburg, South Carolina WSPA-DT2 7.2 7 Nexstar Media Group 2011-2018 Dropped subchannel after beginning channel sharing arrangement with WYCW
St. Louis, Missouri KMOV-DT2 4.2 24 Meredith Corporation 2013-2018 Joined Cozi TV on 2/1/2018 following Weigel's purchase of KNLC in late 2017.
Temple-Waco, Texas KCEN-TV 6.3 9 Tegna, Inc. 2012-2019 Subchannel now affiliated with Quest
Tupelo, Mississippi WTVA-DT2 9.2 8 WTVA, Inc. 2011–2012 Joined ABC 9/1/2012 after the market's previous ABC affiliate, WKDH, which was operated by WTVA under a LMA, ceased operations
Utica, New York WKTV-DT3 2.3 29 Heartland Media 2013–2015 Joined The CW when 2.2 switched from that network to CBS
Weslaco, Texas
(Rio Grande Valley Area)
KRGV-TV 5.3 13 KRGV-TV Corporation 2012-2021 Subchannel now an Independent station

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References[edit]

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  12. ^ "WKPT is ready to shut down its news operations after its loses ABC to WJHL". 23 January 2016.
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