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Kinston/Greenville/Washington, North Carolina
United States
CityKinston, North Carolina
SloganWe got you covered!
ChannelsDigital: 21 (UHF and PSIP)
Subchannelssee article
Translators WTMV-LD 29 (PSIP 39) Ogden/Wilmington, NC
WTMQ-LD 41 (PSIP 41) Jacksonville, NC
Affiliations(see article)
OwnerTutt Media Group
(Tutt Media Group, Inc.)
FoundedSeptember 28, 2010
Sister station(s)WTMQ 41 and WTMV 29
Former callsignsW26DW-D (2010-2012)
WKGW-LD (Oct-Dec 2012)
W21DP-D (Dec. 2012-Jan. 2, 2013)
Former channel number(s)26 (UHF digital, 2010-2012)
Transmitter power15 kW
Height859 feet (262 m)
Facility ID184344
Transmitter coordinates35°2′28″N 77°21′10″W / 35.04111°N 77.35278°W / 35.04111; -77.35278

WTMH-LD is a low-powered digital television station that is licensed to Kinston, North Carolina, and serving the Greenville/New Bern/Washington, North Carolina media market. It operates a full-time satellite, WTMQ-LD, which is licensed to Jacksonville, North Carolina, also serving the Greenville/New Bern/Washington market.[1]

The station is owned by Tutt Media Group, and are affiliates of the Heartland network. WTMH-LD transmits from a tower located in Craven County near New Bern.

WTMH-LD also broadcast on two translators. One transmitter, WTMQ-LD, UHF Channel 41 (Virtual 29), licensed to Jacksonville, North Carolina, transmits from a tower just south of there, and also serving the Greenville/New Bern/Washington, NC market. The other translator is WTMV-LD, UHF Channel 29 (Virtual 39)[citation needed] licensed to Ogden, North Carolina, that transmits from a tower mast near Wilmington, and serves the Wilmington, North Carolina media market.[2][3]

Digital channels[edit]

Channel Video Aspect PSIP short name Programming [4] [5] [6]
21.1 720p 16:9 Heartland Heartland
21.2 480i 4:3 Antenna Antenna TV
21.3 Heroes & Icons Heroes & Icons
21.4 Cozi Cozi TV

Coverage area[edit]

WTMH-LD and its two Sister Stations WTMQ-LD and WTMV-LD serving most of the eastern North Carolina coast from Oak Island and Wilmington to as far north as Windsor, NC. It also serves some parts of the Atlantic Ocean.[7]


WTMH, WTMV, and WTMQ-LD broadcasts programming from the Antenna TV channel on their main sub-channels, Heartland is offered on WTMH and WTMQ's second subchannel, Heroes & Icons is offered on WTMH and WTMQ's third sub-channel and on WTMV's second sub-channel, and Movies! is offered on WTMV's third sub-channel.


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