List of Retro Television Network affiliates

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The Retro Television Network is an American television network. This is a listing of current Retro Television Network's affiliates, arranged by U.S. state. In most markets, Retro TV operates on a digital subchannel of the main station listed. In some markets, Retro is a secondary affiliation, and elsewhere, it operates on an LPTV or Class A station.

City Station Virtual
channel
Physical
channel
Owner Comments

Alabama[edit]

Alexander City WAXC-LD 31.1 32 Lake Broadcasting
Andalusia WAAO-LD 40.1 40 Three Notch Communications, LLC
Huntsville WMJN-LD 29.2 29 Emmanuel Broadcasting Corporation
Tuscaloosa WSWH-LD 46.1 46 Digital Networks

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix K38IZ-D 38.6 38 Spanish Independent Broadcast Network, LLC

California[edit]

Garden Grove (Los Angeles) KBEH 63.3 42 Meruelo Media
Lucerne Valley KVVB-LP 33.2 33 H&H Enterprises
Monterey KMBY-LD 19.2 19 Cocola Broadcasting Companies, LLC
Redding KGEC-LD 26.1 26 Cooper Communications, LLC
San Francisco KCNZ-CD 28.10 28 LocusPoint Networks was on 38.1 until August 13, 2012, then 26.2, then KAXT 1.2
Santa Barbara KVMM-CD 41.2 41

Colorado[edit]

Cortez K26CI-D 27.5 26 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association
Denver KHDT-LD 16.4 16 Syncom Media Group

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WWTD-LD 49.4 14 DC Broadcasting, Inc.

Florida[edit]

St. Augustine WQXT-CD 28.1 28 A1A TV, Inc.
Live Oak/Tallahassee WFXU 48.1 48 Budd Broadcasting
Panama City Beach WPCT 46.2 47 Beach TV Properties

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WANN-CD 32.7 29 Prism Broadcasting Network
Dalton WDNN-CD 49.3 49 North Georgia Television
Summerville WKSY-LD 21.2 22 Audio Graphics, Inc.

Hawaii[edit]

Kailua, Honolulu County KKAI 50.1 50 Kailua Television, LLC

Idaho[edit]

Boise KRID-LD 22.8 22 Karlo Maalouf Reactivated 15 May 2018
Pocatello/Idaho Falls KPIF 15.1 15 KM Communications, Inc.
Twin Falls KBAX-LD 27.1 27 Christian Broadcasting of Idaho

Illinois[edit]

Arlington Heights (Chicago) WRJK-LP 22.7 24 Major Market Broadcasting
Aurora (Chicago) WPVN-CD 24.1 20 Polnet Communications Previously affiliated with RTV prior.
Mount Vernon WPXS 13.2 11 Daystar Television Network previously on 13.1 from 2008-2010

Indiana[edit]

Evansville WYYW-CD 15.3 15 Evansville Low Power Partnership

Iowa[edit]

Marshalltown KDAO-CD 45 44 MTN Broadcasting, Inc.

Kansas[edit]

Garden City KDGL-LD 23.5 23 High Plains Broadcasting
Kansas City KCKS-LD 25.9 25 Heartland Broadcasting, LLC.
Topeka WROB-LD 26
Louisburg KMJC-LD 22
Wichita KSMI-LP 51.1 51 Luken Communications

Kentucky[edit]

Louisville WBNA 21.4 8 Evangel World Prayer Center under the name "RTV Louisville"

Maine[edit]

Bangor WEXZ-LD 13.1 5 Station X, Inc.

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WHNE-LD 14.2 Tait Broadcasting LLC Licensed to Flint, but does not cover that city
Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids WLLA 64.3 45 Christian Faith Broadcast, Inc.

Minnesota[edit]

Alexandria K21GN-D 21.3 21 Selective TV
St. James K31KV-D 31.1 31 Cooperative Television
Willmar K34HO-D 34.3 34 UHF-TV Inc.
K48AH-D 48.2 48

Mississippi[edit]

Bruce W07BN-D 7.2 7 Bruce Independent Television, Inc.

Missouri[edit]

Farmington KDKZ-LD 18.1 Dockins Broadcast Group, LLC
Joplin KJPX-LP 47 Gary M./Deborah R. Kenny analog LPTV
St. Louis KDTL-LD 16.1 16 Daystar Television Network

Montana[edit]

Fort Peck K39GF-D 18.2 39 Valley County TV District #1
Hardin KQHD-LD 43.1 43 Dawn Stewart
Kalispell KMJD-LD 34.2 34 Weese Enterprises
Libby K26LM-D 12.1 26 Libby Video Club, Inc.

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KGNG-LP 47.4 48 King Kong Broadcasting

New Hampshire[edit]

Charlestown WYCU-LD 26.1 26 Cross Hill Communications, LLC

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KYNM-CD 21.3 21 Belmax Broadcasting

New York[edit]

Buffalo WBXZ-LP 56.2 17 Steven Ritchie
Cobleskill WYBN-LD 14.6 14 Cable Ad Net New York
New York City WNYX-LD 35.5 35 NY Spectrum Holdings Company
WXNY-LD 32.5 32

North Carolina[edit]

Asheville WASV-LP 50.2 50 Digital Networks
Smithfield/Selma WARZ-CD 34.3 34 Waters & Brock Communications, Inc.

Ohio[edit]

Cleveland W16DO-D 16 16.1 Media-Com, Inc.

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KTOU-LD 21.7 November 5, 2017
Tulsa KUOC-LD 48.5 December 1, 2017

Oregon[edit]

Salem KSLM-LD 27.1 27 Northwest Television, LLC

Pennsylvania[edit]

Wilmington (Delaware) WDPN-TV 2.5 2 Maranatha Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Pittsburgh WPTG-CD 69.3 49 Local media TV

Puerto Rico[edit]

Quebradillas WWKQ-LD 14.2 19 Corporate Media Consultants Group
(49% owned by Max Media)
Ponce WQQZ-CD 14.2 30
Mayaguez WOST 14.2 20

South Dakota[edit]

Rapid City KRPC-LD 33.2 33 Digital Networks
Sioux Falls KWSD 36.1/.2 36 J.F. Broadcasting simulcast of KAUN-LP

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WOOT-LP 6.2 6 Luken Communications Flagship Station
Nashville WRTN-LP 6.5 7 Richard C. and Lisa A. Goetz
Union City WUWT-CD 26.1 26 Harpole Telecom

Texas[edit]

Dallas KVFW-LD 38.3 38 CMMB America
Kerrville KVHC-LP 15.1 16 Mary R. Silver
San Antonio KRTX-LD 20.1 20 Digital Networks

Utah[edit]

Logan KUTA-LD 8.1 8 Airwaves, Inc.
KUTO-LD 15.1 15 Soule Video Productions
Monroe KTTA-LD 8.1 42 Mauri and Reggie Parsons
Salt Lake City KUTB-LD 18.4 18 The Edge Spectrum

Virginia[edit]

Norfolk WGBS-LD 7.1 11 Joan & Kenneth Wright

West Virginia[edit]

Williamson WHJC-LP 27.1 27 Four Winds Television

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