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Cleveland, Ohio
United States
Channels Analog: 32 (UHF)
Digital: 32 (UHF) (Construction Permit)
Affiliations Corner Store TV
Owner Commercial Broadcasting Corporation
Founded May 11, 1992
Former callsigns 2002-2011?: WRAP-CA
1997-2002: WRAP-LP
1992-1997: W32AS
Former affiliations The Box
Transmitter power Analog: 6.37 kW
Digital: 15 kW
Class Low-power
Facility ID 55107
Transmitter coordinates Analog: 41°30′30″N 81°41′39″W / 41.50833°N 81.69417°W / 41.50833; -81.69417
Digital: 41°22′57.97″N 81°42′5.98″W / 41.3827694°N 81.7016611°W / 41.3827694; -81.7016611
Website Corner Store TV

WRAP-LP is a low-power television station in Cleveland, Ohio on channel 32. Formerly carriers of The Box music channel and later MTV2 simulcasts (due to The Box being sold to Viacom), it then carried ACN, It is now an affiliate of the Corner Store TV infomercial network.

Digital Television[edit]

WRAP-LP fell silent on September 6, 2010 and resumed operations on August 31, 2011,[1] although under a very low power output of 70 watts from a facility near Shaker Heights. WRAP currently has a construction permit to build a new digital facility on the WQHS transmission tower in Parma, OH. Once the digital build out is complete, WRAP-LP will flash-cut to digital with an effective radiated power of 15 kilowatts.


  1. ^ "Resumption of Operations". Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved August 17, 2012.

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