List of Qubo affiliates

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Qubo is an American broadcast, cable and satellite television network owned by Ion Media Networks, which was launched on August 31, 2006. As of October 2015, the network currently has current and pending affiliation agreements with 67 other television stations, the vast majority of which are owned by its corporate parent.[1][2] Qubo also distributes its base national programming feed directly to cable, satellite and IPTV providers in various media markets not listed here, as an alternative method of distribution in areas without a locally based owned-and-operated or affiliate station.

This article is a listing of current, pending and former Ion Television affiliates in the continental United States (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), arranged alphabetically by state, and based on the station's city of license and followed in parentheses by the Designated Market Area if it differs from the city of license. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, technical information (such as broadcast frequencies) and any local programming.

The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters, and is itself followed by the station's actual digital channel number, which are listed as separate columns. The article also includes a list of its former affiliate stations, which is based strictly on the station's city of license or market, and denotes the years in which the station served as an affiliate as well as the current status of the corresponding channel that carried the network.

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Current affiliates[edit]

Notes:

  1. This list includes Ion Media Networks-owned stations (most of which incorporates the letters "PX" in their call signs, in reference to the pre-2007 name of its corporate parent, Paxson Communications), which are also listed separately from its affiliated stations in the article List of stations owned and operated by Ion Media Networks.
  2. This list does not include parent network Ion Television and sister network Ion Life, which are carried on most of the stations listed. For a list of affiliates of those networks, see List of Ion Television affiliates and List of Ion Life affiliates.
City of license/Market Station[1] Virtual
channel
Physical
channel
Year of
affiliation
Ownership Notes

Alabama[edit]

Gadsden
(Birmingham)
WPXH-TV 44.2 45 2006 Ion Media Networks

Arizona[edit]

Tolleson
(Phoenix)
KPPX-TV 51.2 51 2006 Ion Media Networks

California[edit]

SacramentoStockton
Modesto
KSPX-TV 29.2 48 2006 Ion Media Networks
San Bernardino
(Los Angeles)
KPXN-TV 30.2 38 2006
San JoseSan FranciscoOakland KKPX-TV 65.2 41 2006

Colorado[edit]

Denver KPXC-TV 59.2 43 2006 Ion Media Networks
Gunnison K04DH-D 24.4 4 2011 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association

Connecticut[edit]

New London
(HartfordNew Haven)
WHPX-TV 26.2 26 2006 Ion Media Networks

Delaware[edit]

Wilmington
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
WPPX-TV 61.2 31 2006 Ion Media Networks

Florida[edit]

Bradenton
(TampaSt. Petersburg)
WXPX-TV 66.2 42 2006 Ion Media Networks
Lake Worth
(West Palm BeachBoca RatonFort Pierce)
WPXP-TV 67.2 36 2006
Melbourne
(Orlando)
WOPX-TV 56.2 48 2006
Miami WPXM-TV 35.2 35 2006

Georgia[edit]

Brunswick
(Jacksonville, Florida)
WPXC-TV 21.2 24 2000 Ion Media Networks
RomeAtlanta WPXA-TV 14.2 31 2006

Hawaii[edit]

Kaneohe
(Honolulu)
KPXO-TV 66.2 41 2006 Ion Media Networks

Idaho[edit]

Boise KTRV-TV 12.2 13 2016 Block Communications

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WCPX-TV 38.2 43 2006 Ion Media Networks
East St. Louis
(St. Louis, Missouri)
WRBU[3][4] 46.2 47 2014

Indiana[edit]

Bloomington
(Indianapolis)
WIPX-TV 63.2 27 2006 Ion Media Networks

Iowa[edit]

Cedar Rapids KPXR-TV 48.2 47 2006 Ion Media Networks
NewtonDes Moines KFPX-TV 39.2 39 2006 Ion Media Networks

Kentucky[edit]

Morehead
(Lexington)
WUPX-TV 67.2 21 2001 Ion Media Networks

Louisiana[edit]

New Orleans WPXL-TV 49.2 50 2006 Ion Media Networks

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WBPX-TV 68.2 32 2006 Ion Media Networks
W40BO 40.2 40 2006 Operates as a repeater of WBPX-TV
DennisCape Cod WMPX-LP 33.2 33 2006
Vineyard Haven WDPX-TV 58.3 40 2006 Operates as a satellite station of WBPX-TV

Michigan[edit]

Ann Arbor
(Detroit)
WPXD-TV 31.2 50 2006 Ion Media Networks
Battle Creek
(Grand Rapids and Lansing)
WZPX-TV 44.2 44 2006

Minnesota[edit]

St. Cloud
(MinneapolisSt. Paul)
KPXM-TV 41.2 40 2006 Ion Media Networks

Missouri[edit]

Kansas City KPXE-TV 50.2 30 2006 Ion Media Networks

Nevada[edit]

Pahrump KPVM-LP 41.2 46 2006 Pahrump Video Media

New Hampshire[edit]

Concord WPXG-TV 21.1 33 2006 Ion Media Networks

New York[edit]

Amityville WPXU-LD 12.2 12 2006 Word of God Fellowship Operates as a repeater of WPXN-TV
Amsterdam
(Albany)
WYPX-TV 55.2 50 2006 Ion Media Networks
Batavia
(Buffalo and Rochester)
WPXJ-TV 51.2 18 2006
New York City WPXN-TV 31.2 31 2006
Syracuse WSPX-TV 56.2 15 2006

North Carolina[edit]

Burlington (Greensboro
Winston-SalemHigh Point)
WGPX-TV 16.2 14 2006 Ion Media Networks
Fayetteville WFPX-TV 62.2 36 2006
Greenville WEPX-TV 38.2 51 2006 WEPX/WPXU maintained a secondary affiliation with MyNetworkTV from that network's launch in September 2006 until September 2009, following the closure of Flinn Broadcasting Corporation's sale of the station to Ion Media Networks; WEPX-TV operates as a satellite station of WEPX-TV
Jacksonville WPXU-TV 35.2 34 2006
Rocky Mount
(RaleighDurham)
WRPX-TV 47.2 15 2006

Ohio[edit]

AkronCleveland WVPX-TV 23.2 23 2006 Ion Media Networks

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KOPX-TV 62.2 50 2006 Ion Media Networks
Okmulgee
(Tulsa)
KTPX-TV 44.2 28

Oregon[edit]

Cottage Grove K14LP-D 14.2 14 2006 South Lane Television Operates as a repeater of KPXG-TV
Portland KPXG-LD 42.2 42 2006 Word of God Fellowship
Salem
(Portland)
KPXG-TV 22.2 22 2006 Ion Media Networks

Pennsylvania[edit]

Pittsburgh WINP-TV 16.2 38 2013 Ion Media Networks
ScrantonWilkes-Barre WQPX-TV 64.2 32 2006

Puerto Rico[edit]

San Juan WIPR-TV 6.3 43 2014 Puerto Rico Public Broadcasting Corporation
Mayaguez WIPM-TV 3.3 35

Rhode Island[edit]

Block Island
(Providence)
WPXQ-TV 69.2 17 2006 Ion Media Networks

South Carolina[edit]

Columbia WZRB 47.2 47 2013 Ion Media Networks

Tennessee[edit]

Cookeville
(Nashville)
WNPX-TV 28.2 36 2006 Ion Media Networks
Jellico
(Knoxville)
WPXK-TV 54.2 23 2006
Memphis WPXX-TV 50.2 51 2006

Texas[edit]

ArlingtonDallas KPXD-TV 68.2 42 2006 Ion Media Networks
ConroeHouston KPXB-TV 49.2 24 2006
Uvalde
(San Antonio)
KPXL-TV 26.2 26 2006
Mcallen-Harlingen-Brownsville KNWS-LP 64.2 64 2016 Entravision Communications

Utah[edit]

ProvoSalt Lake City KUPX-TV 16.2 29 2006 Ion Media Networks

Virginia[edit]

Manassas
(Washington, D.C.)
WPXW-TV 66.2 43 2006 Ion Media Networks
Norfolk WPXV-TV 49.2 46 2006
Roanoke WPXR-TV 38.2 36 2006

Washington[edit]

BellevueSeattle KWPX-TV 33.2 33 2006 Ion Media Networks
Spokane KGPX-TV 34.2 34 2006

West Virginia[edit]

Charleston WLPX-TV 29.2 39 2006 Ion Media Networks
Martinsburg WWPX-TV 60.2 12 2006 Operates as satellite of WPXW-TV, Manassas, Virginia

Wisconsin[edit]

Antigo
(Wausau)
WTPX-TV 46.2 19 2006 Ion Media Networks
Kenosha
(Milwaukee)
WPXE-TV 55.2 40 2006

Former affiliates[edit]

City of license/Market Station Current ownership Years of affiliation Status
Evansville WAZE-LP 17.2 Ion Media Networks 2016–2017 License cancelled December 15, 2017
Indianapolis, Indiana WIPX-LD 51.2 Word of God Fellowship 2010–2014 Operated as repeater of Bloomington, Indiana O&O WIPX-TV; license was donated to Word of God Fellowship in December 2014, to be converted into a repeater of Daystar owned-and-operated station WDTI
Louisville, Kentucky WBNA-TV 21.5 Evangel World Prayer Center ????-2016 WBNA-DT5 is now affiliated with Decades (owned by CBS Corporation and Weigel Broadcasting).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Stations for Network - Qubo". RabbitEars. Retrieved November 21, 2015. 
  2. ^ "ION Media Networks - Main Page". Ion Media Networks. Retrieved November 21, 2015. 
  3. ^ Angela Mueller (December 11, 2013). "Judge approves creditors' proposal in Roberts Broadcasting bankruptcy". St. Louis Business Journal. American City Business Journals. Retrieved December 11, 2013. 
  4. ^ Lisa Brown (December 11, 2013). "Roberts' TV stations to be sold". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Lee Enterprises. Retrieved December 11, 2013. 

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