List of Movies! affiliates

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The following is a list of current affiliates of Movies!, a classic films network. This list consists of confirmed Movies! affiliates, arranged by U.S. state. Movies! is currently carried on over-the-air TV stations in the United States, most of whom carry the network on a digital subchannel.

Current affiliates[edit]

City Station[1][2] Virtual
channel
Owner (Management company) Date of affiliation Notes†

Alabama[edit]

Montgomery WALE-LD 17.5 Woods Communications Company

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage KDMD 33.8 Ketchikan Television December 2020

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix KUTP 45.2 Fox Television Stations
Tucson KMSB 11.2 Tegna, Inc.
(operated by Gray Television)

California[edit]

Bakersfield KBFK-LP 36.2 Cocola Broadcasting
Chico/Redding KRCR-TV 7.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Eureka/Arcata KAEF 23.3 also on translator K12JJ-DKRCR-TV
Fresno/Reedley/Madera KVBC-LP 13.3 Cocola Broadcasting
Los Angeles KCOP-TV 13.3 Fox Television Stations
Oakland/San Francisco/San Jose KTVU 2.3 Fox Television Stations
Palm Springs KMIR-TV 36.2 OTA Broadcasting, LLC

Colorado[edit]

Denver KHDT-LD 26.1 Syncom Media Group, Inc.
Grand Junction K22JN-D 22.1 Maranatha Broadcasting Launch date to be announced [2]

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford and New Haven WHCT-LD 35.4 Weigel Broadcasting September 30, 2020

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WDCA 20.2 Fox Television Stations

Florida[edit]

Miami WBFS-TV 33.2 CBS Television Stations
Ocala-Gainesville WOGX 51.2 Fox Television Stations
Orlando WRBW 65.2
Tampa-St. Petersburg WTVT 13.2
Jacksonville WCWJ 17.3 Graham Media Group

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WAGA-TV 5.2 Fox Television Stations
Columbus WXTX 54.2 American Spirit Media
(operated by Gray Television)
Macon WPGA-TV 58.8 Marquee Broadcasting April 17, 2020
Savannah WSCG 34.11 Winemiller Television, LLC
Toccoa WGTA 32.4 Marquee Broadcasting

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WFLD-TV 32.2 Fox Television Stations June 11, 2018 Relocated from WPWR-TV 50.2

Indiana[edit]

Indianapolis WUDZ-LD 28.7 DTV America
Salem (Louisville, Kentucky) WBKI-DT4 58.4 Block Communications
South Bend WBND-LD 57.3 Weigel Broadcasting

Kansas[edit]

Topeka KCMN-LD 42.3 DTV America Corporation
Wichita KFVT-LD 34.1 HC2 Holdings

Louisiana[edit]

Columbia/Monroe/El Dorado KMLU 11.3 Legacy Broadcasting January 2018
Lafayette/Baton Rouge, Louisiana K21OM-D 20.8 HC2 Holdings Launch Date TBD
Shreveport KPXJ 21.3 KTBS, LLC.

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WJBK 2.2 Fox Television Stations
Roscommon (Traverse City DMA) WURO 18.2 M33 Media LLC
West Branch (Flint City DMA) WURO 20.2 M33 Media LLC

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis-St. Paul WFTC 9.3 Fox Television Stations

Missouri[edit]

Springfield, Missouri KRBK 49.3 Koplar Communications
St. Louis KNLC 24.4 Weigel Broadcasting

Montana[edit]

Butte / Bozeman KTVM 6.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Kalispell KCFW 9.3
Missoula KECI-TV 13.3

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KLAS-TV 8.3 Nexstar Media Group

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KUPT-LD 16.1 Ramar Communications
Hobbs KUPT 29.2
Santa Fe (Albuquerque) KASA-TV 2.4

New York[edit]

New York City WNYW 5.2 Fox Television Stations
Rochester WBGT-CD 46.7 Vision Communications

North Carolina[edit]

Belmont/Charlotte WJZY 46.4 Nexstar Media Group Joined Movies! on July 1, 2014[3]
New Bern/Greenville WCTI-TV 12.3 Sinclair Broadcast Group

North Dakota[edit]

Fargo/Valley City/Grand Forks KRDK 4.5 (38) Major Market Broadcasting

Ohio[edit]

Cleveland WBNX-TV 55.3 Winston Broadcasting Network March 23, 2015 Replaced This TV

Oklahoma[edit]

Tulsa KUOC-LD 48.4 DTV America Corporation

Pennsylvania[edit]

Philadelphia WTXF-TV 29.2 Fox Television Stations
Pittsburgh WOSC-CD 61.2 The Videohouse, Inc.

Puerto Rico[edit]

Luquillo (San Juan) W19DV-D 19.1 DTV America Corporation

Tennessee[edit]

Greeneville/Kingsport/Johnson City/Bristol-Bristol, Virginia WEMT 39.2 Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Jackson, Tennessee WYJJ-LD 27.6 DTV America, Corp.
Lebanon/Nashville WJFB 44.5 Weigel Broadcasting September 2020 Previously on WJDE-CD from 2014 to 2019

Texas[edit]

Austin KTBC 7.2 Fox Television Stations
Dallas-Fort Worth KDFI 27.2
Houston KTXH 20.2
Laredo KLMV 15.3 J.B. Salazar
Lubbock KLBB-LD 48.3 Ramar Communications
Odessa KWWT 30.1 JB Broadcasting, Inc.
San Antonio KSAT 12.3 Graham Media Group
Victoria KMOL-LD 17.2[3] Saga Communications

Utah[edit]

Ogden/Provo/Salt Lake City, Utah KUCW 30.2 Nexstar Media Group

Vermont[edit]

Burlington/Plattsburgh, New York WCAX-TV 3.2 Gray Television

Virginia[edit]

Roanoke/Lynchburg, Virginia WSLS-TV 10.5 Graham Media Group launch date coming soon

Washington[edit]

Bellingham/Seattle KVOS-TV 12.2 OTA Broadcasting, LLC Also serving Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia

Wisconsin[edit]

Eau Claire/La Crosse WEAU 13.4 Gray Television Joined Movies! in October 2015
Janesville/Madison WIFS 57.2 Byrne Acquisition Group, LLC
Milwaukee WYTU-TV 63.3 Weigel Broadcasting
Wausau WZAW-LD 55.3 Gray Television

† Any launch dates noted are subject to change.

Former affiliates[edit]

City Station[1][2] Virtual
channel
Owner Years of affiliation Notes†

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage KDMD 33.5 Ketchikan Television 2013-2018

California[edit]

Sacramento/Stockton/Walnut Grove/Modesto KQCA-TV 58.2 Hearst Television 2015–2018 Replaced by Heroes & Icons

Idaho[edit]

Boise KTRV-TV 12.3 Block Communications 2013–2017 Replaced by Ion Life

Indiana[edit]

Gary (Chicago, Illinois) WPWR-TV 50.2 Fox Television Stations 2015-June 10, 2018 Moved to WFLD-TV 32.2

Kentucky[edit]

Campbellsville (Louisville) WBKI-DT2 34.2 L.M. Communications, LLC 2014–2017 Station ceased operations October 25, 2017; affiliation moved to existing simulcast on the fourth subchannel of WMYO

Maine[edit]

Portland WPME 35.2 Cottonwood Communications, LLC 2014–2017 Replaced by Ion Television

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WFXT 25.2 Cox Media Group 2013–2016 Replaced by Escape

Nevada[edit]

Reno KOLO-TV 8.2 Gray Television 2014–2017 Replaced by MeTV

South Carolina[edit]

Anderson/Spartanburg/Asheville, North Carolina/Greenville, South Carolina WYFF 4.2 Hearst Television Channel was replaced by MeTV in 2018[4]

Tennessee[edit]

Memphis WHBQ-TV 13.2 Cox Media Group 2013–2016 Replaced by Escape
Nashville WJDE-CD 31.6 Word Broadcasting Network 2014-2019 Replaced by QVC2

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Stations for Network - Movies!". RabbitEars.info. Network List. Retrieved February 1, 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ a b c Where to Watch Movies! TV Network Archived 2013-06-07 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ a b "Movies! Network Signs Five New Affiliates". TVNewsCheck. June 10, 2014. Retrieved June 22, 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ "MeTV Carolina now on WYFF 4.2!". WYFF 4.

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