WOHZ-CD

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WOHZ-CD
Mansfield, Ohio
United States
CityMansfield, Ohio
BrandingWOHZ TV41
ChannelsDigital: 41 (UHF)
(to move to 20 (UHF))
OwnerMid-State Television, Inc.
FoundedOctober 31, 1989
First air date1989
Call letters' meaningOHio Z
Sister station(s)WMFD-TV, WVNO-FM, WRGM, W257CV
Former callsignsW50BE (1989-1995)
WOHZ-LP (1995-2005)
WOHZ-CA (2005-2015)
Former channel number(s)50 (1989-2015)
Transmitter power15kw 9.2kw
(Construction Permit)
Height532.6 meters
ClassClass A
Facility ID41892
Transmitter coordinates40°45′50″N 82°37′2.7″W / 40.76389°N 82.617417°W / 40.76389; -82.617417
WebsiteWMFD's Website

WOHZ-CD is a Class A television station located in Mansfield, Ohio broadcasting a digital TV signal on Channel 41. Its signal is also offered to digital cable viewers in the Mansfield area.

WOHZ-CD offers local weather information, local advertising and an audio simulcast of co-owned WVNO-FM 106.1, along with various local sports events, public affairs and educational/informational programs.

The station is owned by Mid-State Television, Inc. headed by Gunther Meisse, who along with WVNO, also owns television station WMFD-TV and radio station WRGM (AM) 1440 / 106.7 FM.

WOHZ-CD is simulcast on WMFD-TV's 68.2 as a subchannel. It also broadcasts from the same tower as WMFD-TV.

WOHZ-CD was founded in 1989 as W50BE, but gained the call-sign of WOHZ-LP in late 1995, before being upgraded to a Class A station as WOHZ-CA. The station was licensed for digital operation on February 26, 2015, assuming the call sign WOHZ-CD.

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