WCAY-CD

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WCAY-CD
WCAY logo
Key West, Florida
CityKey West, Florida
BrandingKey TV
ChannelsDigital: 36 (UHF)
AffiliationsTourist info
OwnerBeach TV Properties
FoundedMarch 19, 1985
First air dateDecember 1986
Call letters' meaningCAY, another word for "key".
Former callsignsW34AD (1986-1994)
WCAY-LP (1994-2009)
WCAY-CA (2009-2011)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
34 (1986-2009)
36 (2009-2011)
Transmitter power5.74 kW
ClassClass A
Facility ID4352
Transmitter coordinates24°34′5″N 81°44′3″W / 24.56806°N 81.73417°W / 24.56806; -81.73417

WCAY-CD is a low-powered television station in Key West, Florida on channel 36, owned by Beach TV Properties.

History[edit]

W34AD was granted a construction permit for operation on analog channel 34 on March 19, 1985, and filed for a license to cover in December 1986. In 1994, it became WCAY-LP. In 2009, it became a class A station on channel 36, modifying its call letters to WCAY-CA, and it converted to digital broadcasts in 2011, becoming WCAY-CD.

Prior to its current affiliation, it was part of the Almavision network.

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