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WCBZ-LP logo from 2009.jpg
Central City/Baton Rouge, Louisiana
ChannelsAnalog: 7 (VHF)
Digital: no
OwnerLouisiana Christian Broadcasting, Inc.
FoundedAugust 28, 1989
Call letters' meaningW Central Baker Zachary
Former callsignsW13CG (1989-1991)
DW13CG (1991-1995)
W13CG (1995-1996)
K07WE (1996-2008)
Former channel number(s)13 (1989-1996)
Former affiliationsThe Box (until 2001)
MTV2 (2001-2006)
Transmitter power3 kW
Facility ID24980
Transmitter coordinates30°30′21.3″N 91°1′24.2″W / 30.505917°N 91.023389°W / 30.505917; -91.023389

WCBZ-LP was a low-power television station in Central City, Louisiana, broadcasting locally on VHF channel 7 as an affiliate of My Family TV. The station was affiliated with Central's local newspaper, the Central City News. The station is managed by former state senator Woody Jenkins, who once owned and managed WBTR and features programming local to the Central area, such as news coverage, local sports, and council and school board meetings. The station conducted a "test broadcast" on November 13, 2008.[1] Unlike many television stations, WCBZ still broadcast in analog, as it was exempt from the 2009 "Big Switch."[2]

WCBZ went silent on October 20, 2010.[3] On December 19, 2011, the Federal Communications Commission cancelled the station's license and deleted the WCBZ-LP call sign from its database.


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