|Channels||Digital: 23 (UHF)|
|Owner||Daystar Television Network|
(Word of God Fellowship, Inc.)
|Call letters' meaning||Washington, D.C. Daystar Network|
|Former callsigns||W42AJ (1988–1995)|
|Former channel number(s)||Analog:|
42 (UHF, 1988–2003)
23 (UHF, 2003–2012)
|Former affiliations||Telemundo (1988–1995)|
|Transmitter power||10 kW|
WDDN-LD signed on in December 1988. As W42AJ, the station was the Washington market's first Telemundo affiliate. When current affiliate W64BW (now WZDC-CD) signed on late 1993, the two stations are recorded as simulcasting each other.
The station, then known as WSIT-LP, was sold to Paxson Communications in 1996 and Capital Media in 1999. Capital Media assigned the famous callsign WKRP. WKRP-LP moved to channel 23 in 2003 in order to avoid interference from WVPY in Front Royal, Virginia. Daystar purchased the station in 2005.
The station's digital signal is multiplexed:
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