|Parkersburg, West Virginia
|Channels||Digital: WIYE-LD 47.2 (UHF/PSIP)|
|Affiliations||MyNetworkTV & MeTV|
(Gray Television Licensee, LLC)
|First air date||April 10, 2006|
|Call letters' meaning||see WIYE|
|Sister station(s)||WTAP-TV, WSAZ-DT2|
|Former channel number(s)||WTAP-DT 49.3 (2006–2012)|
|Former affiliations||UPN (April–September 2006)|
|Transmitter power||15 kW (digital)|
|Height||191 m (digital)|
|Facility ID||130392 (digital)|
WIYE-LD2 is the MyNetworkTV/MeTV-affiliated television station for the Mid-Ohio Valley. The station is a second digital subchannel of low-powered CBS affiliate WIYE-LD that is owned by Gray Television. Over-the-air, it broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 47.2 from a transmitter in Independence Township, Ohio. It can also be seen on Suddenlink and CAS Cable channel 5 (hence the on-air branding My 5).
WIYE-LD2's parent station shares studios with NBC affiliate WTAP-TV and low-powered Fox affiliate WOVA-LD on Market Street (official address is One Television Plaza) in downtown Parkersburg, West Virginia. Syndicated programming on this station includes The Office, How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, and The Big Bang Theory among others. Overnight, it airs a live Doppler weather radar feed seen during weather forecasting segments on WTAP's newscasts. It also carries programming from MeTV.
On April 10, 2006, WTAP launched a third digital subchannel to serve as the area's first locally based UPN affiliate. This could be seen on UHF channel 47.3 (or virtual channel 15.3 via PSIP). To make the service possible, WTAP underwent a technical transformation. It carved out a new digital control rooms from space previously used for storage. The station also installed entirely digital production and master control rooms. After UPN merged with The WB to form The CW in September 2006, WTAP-DT3 transitioned from UPN to Fox's new sister network, MyNetworkTV. On September 3, 2012, the station moved to a new second subchannel of WIYE.