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Bristol, Virginia-Bristol-Kingsport-Johnson City, Tennessee
United States
City Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee
Branding THE Tri-Cities CW HD
Channels Digital: WCYB-DT 5.2 (VHF)
Virtual: 5.2 (PSIP)
Affiliations The CW (2006–present)
Owner Bonten Media Group, LLC
(BlueStone License Holdings, Inc.)
First air date January 3, 2000; 16 years ago (2000-01-03)
Call letters' meaning see WCYB
Sister station(s) WEMT
Former callsigns CYB-WB (2000–2003)
THE Tri-Cities WB 4 (2003–2006)
The Tri-Cities CW 4 (2006–2009)
Former affiliations The WB (via The WB 100+ 2000–2006)
Transmitter power 29.9 kW (digital)
Height 743 m (digital)
Facility ID 2455 (digital)
Transmitter coordinates 36°26′58.2″N 82°6′28.8″W / 36.449500°N 82.108000°W / 36.449500; -82.108000 (digital)
Licensing authority FCC (digital)
Website www.wcyb.com/cw4

WCYB-DT2 is The CW-affiliated television station for the Tri-Cities area of Northeastern Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia. WCYB-DT2 is a second digital subchannel of the area's NBC affiliate WCYB-TV which is owned by the Bonten Media Group. Over-the-air, the station broadcasts a digital signal on VHF channel 5.2 from a transmitter on Rye Patch Knob of Holston Mountain in the Cherokee National Forest. WCYB-DT2's parent station has its own studios is located on the intersection of Lee & Cumberland Streets in Downtown Bristol near the Tennessee and Virginia state line.


At one point, WCYB-DT2 aired an hour-long extension of the main channel's weekday morning show at 8. This has since been dropped.

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