WGBI-LP

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WGBI-LP
Farmington, Maine
United States
ChannelsDigital: 21 (UHF)
Programming
AffiliationsRetro TV
Ownership
OwnerGlobal Broadcast Network, Inc.
History
First air date
June 1995 (25 years ago) (1995-06)
Former call signs
W21BI (1995–2006)
Former channel number(s)
21 (UHF analog, 1995–2010)
TBN
Technical information
Facility ID14334
ClassLow-power television station
ERP14 kW

WGBI-LP is a low-power television station licensed to Farmington, Maine. It is currently an affiliate of the Retro Television Network. The station broadcasts on UHF channel 21.

History[edit]

The station first signed on in June 1995 as W21BI, an owned-and-operated satellite repeater of the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Global Broadcast Network purchased the station in 2006, and changed the call letters to the current WGBI-LP. Upon flash-cutting to digital broadcasting on November 6, 2010, WGBI affiliated with RTV.

Prior to its current use, the call letters WGBI were used on radio and television stations in Scranton, Pennsylvania from the 1920s until 2005. Those stations are now WAAF 910 AM, WGGY 101.3 FM, and WYOU TV 22.[1]

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