List of This TV affiliates

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The following is a list of current affiliates of This TV, a general entertainment TV network. This TV is currently carried on over-the-air TV stations in the United States, most of whom carry the network on a digital subchannel. In some markets, This TV operates a secondary affiliation.

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

Alabama[edit]

Demopolis WJMY-CD 25 25 TTI, Inc.
Montgomery WCOV-TV 20.3 20 Woods Communications Corporation
Moundville WDVZ-CD 3 3 TTI, Inc.
Tuscaloosa/Northport WVUA-CD 7 23 University of Alabama In addition to This TV programming, WVUA-CD carries local newscasts produced by the University of Alabama Department of Telecommunications, along with some syndicated programming during early morning, afternoon and evening programming hours. The programming of WVUA-CD is repeated on full-powered station WVUA-23, which is licensed to Tuscaloosa and covers the Birmingham market.

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage, Alaska KYES-TV 5.3 5 Fireweed Communication, LLC

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix K38IZ-D 38.5 38 Spanish Independent Broadcast Network
Tucson KWBA-TV 58.2 44 Journal Broadcast Group
Yuma KYMA-DT 11.2 41 Northwest Broadcasting

Arkansas[edit]

Fort Smith KFDF-CD 44 44 Pinnacle Media
Harrison K26GS-D 26.3 26 Reynolds Media
Mountain Home K07XL-D 7.3 7 N/A

California[edit]

Bakersfield KBFX-CD 29.2 40 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Cathedral City KRET-CD 45.2 31 Charles R. Meeker
Eureka KBVU-TV 28.2 28 Bonten Media Group Also seen on Translator K39KR-D(11.2)→ KCBY-TV & K34KJ-D(5.2)→ KOBI-TV
Fresno KMPH-TV 26.2 28 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Los Angeles KTLA 5.3 31 Tribune Broadcasting
Monterey KYMB-LD 27.2 27 Cocola Broadcasting
Redding/Chico KCVU 20.2 20 Bonten Media Group
San Diego KSWB-TV 69.3 19 Tribune Broadcasting
San Francisco KOFY-TV 20.4 19 Granite Broadcasting
Stockton/Sacramento KTXL 40.3 40 Tribune Broadcasting

Colorado[edit]

Denver KWGN-TV 2.2 34 Tribune Broadcasting

Connecticut[edit]

Waterbury/Hartford/
New Haven
WCCT-TV 20.2 20 Tribune Broadcasting

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WDCW 50.3 50 Tribune Broadcasting

Florida[edit]

Clermont/Orlando WKCF 18.2 17 Hearst Television
Fort Myers/Naples "WNFM" Cable-only 8 Comcast "WNFM" is a cable-only channel that carries This TV as a secondary affiliation. The channel airs MyNetworkTV programming during primetime hours on weeknights as a primary affiliation, along with some syndicated programming.
Fort Walton Beach/
Pensacola/Mobile, AL
WFGX 35.1 50 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Jacksonville WJXT 4.2 42 Post-Newsweek Stations
Lakeland/Tampa/
St. Petersburg
WMOR-TV 32.2 19 Hearst Television
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale WSFL-TV 39.4 19 Tribune Broadcasting

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WANN 32.2 29 Prism

Hawaii[edit]

Honolulu KGMB 5.2 23 Raycom Media

Idaho[edit]

Boise KRID-TV 22.2 22 Karl Maalouf

Illinois[edit]

Chicago WGN-TV 9.3 19 Tribune Broadcasting Flagship station of the network[2]
Springfield/Decatur WBUI 23.2 22 GOCOM Media

Indiana[edit]

Indianapolis WXIN 59.3 45 Tribune Broadcasting
South Bend WCWW-LD 25.2 27 Weigel Broadcasting

Iowa[edit]

Burlington KGCW 26.2 41 Grant Broadcasting System II
Sioux City KPTH 44.3 49 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Waterloo/Cedar Rapids KWWL 7.2 7 Quincy Newspapers

Kansas[edit]

Manhattan KMJC 25.1 22 Heartland Broadcasting, LLC (TV25.tv)

Kentucky[edit]

Louisville WKYI-CD 24.1 24 New Albany Broadcasting Co., Inc. Previously on WAVE-DT2 from 2008 until 2014.
Hazard WYMT-TV 57.2 12 Gray Television

Main channel is considered a Semi-satellite station of WKYT-TV in Lexington. Now airs ACC sports during college sports season and one of three affiliates in the Lexington/Hazard market of the ACC Network. The other two are WKYT-TV and its DT2 channel.

Louisiana[edit]

Baton Rouge WBTR 41.1 41 Louisiana Television Broadcasting

Airs a partial This TV schedule with local and syndicated programs during the day and This TV at selected times. Acquired from NBC affiliate, WVLA-TV in September 2012. Airs local high school sports and ACC sports. Sister station WBRZ-TV airs select This TV programs on its 2.1 channel on early Saturdary and Sunday Mornings.

New Orleans WNOL-TV 38.2 15 Tribune Broadcasting Also broadcasts college sports from the ACC Network and the Arizona Bowl College football game from the American Sports Network

Maryland[edit]

Baltimore WBFF 45.2 46 Sinclair Broadcast Group

The FOX 45 News at 10PM weeknight edition is replayed every Monday-Saturday morning at 1AM, airs select This TV programming with syndicated programming, paid programs, live college sports from American Sports Network, and children's programs on Sunday.

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WHDH 7.2 42 Sunbeam Television

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WDIV-TV 4.2 45 Post-Newsweek Stations
Grand Rapids WXMI 17.3 19 Tribune Broadcasting
Roscommon (Traverse City DMA) WURO-LD 18.3 18 M33 Media LLC
West Branch WUWB-LD 20.1 20 M33 Media LLC
Marquette WZMQ 19.2 19 MMMRC, Inc.

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis/St. Paul KSTC-TV 5.6 45 Hubbard Broadcasting
Rochester/Austin KAAL 6.2 36

Mississippi[edit]

Clarksdale WPRQ-LD 12.1 12 Ellington Broadcasting
Cleveland WHCQ-LD 8.1 9
Pascagoula, Mississippi WKFK-LD 7.1 7 NCN Cable Advertising
Hattiesburg/Laurel WHPM-LD 23.2 23 Waypoint Media, LLC
West Point/Tupelo/
Columbus
WLOV-TV 27.3 16 Lingard Broadcasting
(operated by WTVA, Inc.)
Previously on digital channel 27.2 (now affiliated with Me-TV) until 9/1/2012.[3]

Missouri[edit]

St. Louis KPLR-TV 11.2 26 Tribune Broadcasting
Kansas City WDAF-TV 4.3 34

Nebraska[edit]

Omaha KPTM 42.2 42 Sinclair Broadcast Group

Also broadcasts ACC sports

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KVCW 29.2 29 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Pahrump K46KA-D 46.2 46 Vernon Van Winkle
Reno KRNV-DT 4.2 7 Intermountain West Communications Company

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KOB 4.2 26 Hubbard Broadcasting
Farmington KOBF 12.2 12 Hubbard Broadcasting
(satellites of KOB)
Roswell KOBR 8.2 8

New York[edit]

Albany WRGB 6.2 6 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Buffalo WBBZ-TV 67.3 7 ITV of Buffalo
New York City WPIX 11.3 11 Tribune Broadcasting

North Carolina[edit]

Winston-Salem/Greensboro/High Point WGHP-TV 8.3 35 Tribune Broadcasting
Hickory/Charlotte WHKY-TV 14.2 40 Long Communications, LLC
Wilmington WSFX-TV 26.2 30 American Spirit Media
(operated through SSA by Raycom Media)

Ohio[edit]

Cincinnati WBQC-LD 25.2 47 Elliott B. Block
Columbus WSYX 6.2 48 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Dayton WRGT-TV 45.2 30
Toledo WMNT-CD 48.3 48 Matrix Broadcasting

Oklahoma[edit]

Lawton KSWO-TV 7.3 11 Raycom Media
Oklahoma City KAUT-TV 43.2 40 Tribune Broadcasting

Oregon[edit]

Coos Bay KCBY-TV 11.2 11 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Eugene KVAL-TV 13.2 13
Medford KOBI-TV 5.2 5 California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc.
Pendleton/Tri-Cities KFFX-TV 11.2 11 Northwest Broadcasting
Portland KRCW-TV 32.3 33 Tribune Broadcasting Previously on KATU-TV channel 2.2
Roseburg KPIC 4.2 4 South West Oregon TV Broadcasting Corporation

Pennsylvania[edit]

Altoona WATM-TV 23.3 23 Palm Television
Philadelphia WPHL-TV 17.3 17 Tribune Broadcasting
Pittsburgh WTAE-TV 4.2 51 Hearst Television
York WPMT 43.3 47 Tribune Broadcasting

Puerto Rico[edit]

Aguadilla/Mayagüez WSJP-LD 18.4 18 Caribbean Broadcasting Network

South Carolina[edit]

Columbia WOLO-TV 25.2 8
Myrtle Beach/Florence WFXB 43.3 18 Bahakel Communications

South Dakota[edit]

Huron KTTM 12.2 12 Independent Communications
Rapid City KHME 3.3 2 Duhamel Broadcasting
Sioux Falls KTTW 7.2 7 Independent Communications

Tennessee[edit]

Chattanooga WDSI-TV 61.1 40 New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Previously on WTVC-DT2 from November 1, 2008 until August 31, 2015
Nashville/Alexandria WRTN-LP 6.3 6 Richard C. And Lisa A. Goetz Previously on WTVF-DT3 from June 21, 2009 until September 21, 2015

Texas[edit]

Abilene KTES-LP 40 40 Bonten Media Group
Amarillo KCIT 14.2 15 Mission Broadcasting
(operated under SSA by Nexstar Broadcasting Group)
Dallas/Fort Worth KDAF 33.3 32 Tribune Broadcasting
El Paso KDBC-TV 4.2 18 Sinclair Broadcast Group
San Antonio KCWX 2.2 5 Corridor Television, LLC
Houston KPRC-TV 2.2 35 Post-Newsweek Stations
Lubbock KCBD 11.2 11 Raycom Media

Broadcasts ACC sports during College sports season

Odessa/Midland KWWT 30.4 30 JB Broadcasting, Inc.
Waco KCEN-TV 6.2 9 TEGNA Media
Victoria KVCT 19.3 11 Surtsey Productions

U.S. Virgin Islands[edit]

Charlotte Amalie/St. Thomas WVXF 17.1 17 Caribbean Broadcasting Network

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City & St. George, Utah KSL-DT3 5.3 38 Bonneville International Carried on KUTV-DT2/KMYU between June 2009 through January 1, 2015 outside of MyNetworkTV primetime hours, along with some syndicated programming rights; moved to KSL-DT3 at the start of 2015 as KUTV-DT2/KMYU switched to a fully syndicated schedule.

Virginia[edit]

Richmond WRLH-TV 35.2 26 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Norfolk WTKR 3.2 40 Tribune Broadcasting

Washington[edit]

Richland/Pasco/
Kennewick
KBWU-LD 36.2 36 Stainless Broadcasting Company
Seattle KCPQ-TV 13.2 13 Tribune Broadcasting
Yakima KCYU-LD 41.2 41 Stainless Broadcasting Company

West Virginia[edit]

Clarksburg WVUX-TV 13.1 Cannon Holdings, Ltd.

Wisconsin[edit]

Milwaukee WMLW-TV 49.3 48 Weigel Broadcasting Launched on WDJT-DT3 in November 2008 as one of the original network flagships; was moved to WMLW-DT3 on March 3, 2015 to allow Heroes & Icons to move to WDJT-DT3.[4]

Wyoming[edit]

Sheridan KSGW-TV 12.3 13 Duhamel Broadcasting

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rabbitears.info results on This TV
  2. ^ Malone, Michael (May 14, 2013). "Tribune Replaces Weigel As Partner on This TV". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved October 13, 2013. 
  3. ^ ABC WTVA Information
  4. ^ Foran, Chris (4 March 2015). "Weigel flips channels for This TV, Heroes & Icons formats". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 5 March 2015. 

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