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|Quincy, Illinois/Hannibal, Missouri/Keokuk, Iowa
|Channels||Digital: WGEM-DT 10.2 (VHF)
Virtual: 10.2 (PSIP)
|Affiliations||The CW (via The CW Plus)|
(WGEM License, LLC)
|Call letters' meaning||see WGEM|
|Former affiliations||The WB (via The WB 100+)|
|Transmitter power||21.2 kW (digital)|
|Height||238 m (digital)|
|Facility ID||54275 (digital)|
|Licensing authority||FCC (digital)|
|Website||WGEM-DT2 website within WGEM-TV|
WGEM-DT2 is the CW-affiliated television station for the Tri-States area of Western Illinois, Northeastern Missouri, and extreme Southeastern Iowa. The station is part of The CW Plus, a special CW feed that broadcasts on cable and/or over-the-air on a digital signal. It is a second digital subchannel of NBC affiliate WGEM-TV, which is the flagship of Quincy Media. Over-the-air, WGEM-DT2 broadcasts a digital signal on VHF channel 10.2 from a transmitter east of Quincy, Illinois on Cannonball Road near I-172. Known on-air as Tri-State's CW, this can also be seen on Comcast channel 6 in Illinois, US Cable channel 16 in Missouri, and Mediacom channel 18 in Iowa. WGEM-DT2's parent station has studios in the Hotel Quincy on Hampshire Street in Downtown Quincy.
WGEM-DT2 began broadcasting as a WB affiliate. It was a cable-only station, and as a result, had the fictional call letters "WEWB". The station was part of The WB 100+ group. Current CW affiliate WCWN in Albany, New York held the actual WEWB call sign when it was a WB affiliate. Following the 2006 merger of UPN and the WB, WEWB, now on WGEM-DT2, began airing programming from the CW. The station became part of The CW Plus, a service that is a similar operation to The WB 100+. Like all CW Plus affiliates in the Central Time Zone, WGEM-DT2 airs the nationally syndicated morning show The Daily Buzz on weekdays from 5 to 8.
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