|Branding||Telemundo 15 Evansville
The Family Channel Evansville (On DT2)
Retro TV 15.3 (DT3)
|Channels||Digital: 15 (UHF)
Virtual: 15 (PSIP)
15.2 The Family Channel
15.3 Retro TV
|Owner||Evansville Low Power Partnership|
|First air date||November 29, 1991|
|Former callsigns||W56DN (1995–2007)
|Former affiliations||PAX, UPN, My Network TV, America One, Me-TV, Heartland|
|Transmitter power||3.0 kW|
On May 19, 2009, the then-WTSN-LP ceased broadcasting My44 and MyNetwork programming, and on June 1, the station flash cut to digital as WTSN-LD and changed its affiliation to America One. WEVV now carries My Network TV as a secondary affiliate on its digital signal, on digital channel 44.2.
In August 2010, both WTSN-LD and WYYW-LP were granted Class A status by the Federal Communications Commission. The Class A designation protects them from being relocated to another channel by a full-power station.
In November 2011, WTSN-CD and WYYW-LP became affiliates of the classic programming network Me-TV. This lasted until February 25, 2014, when WYYW took on The Heartland Affiliation. The Station also added a Second Digital Sub-Channel to carry The Family Channel on 15.2 on that same date. Me-TV was still seen on Sister Station WTSN-CD until October 23, 2014. Then on January 17, 2015, WTSN-CD did repeats of Heartland's E/I programming on Saturday mornings, replacing its Heroes & Icons affiliation at that time during the weekend with these programs because of its religious programming on Sunday mornings until the affiliation with WYYW-CD ended. Then, in July 2015, WYYW-CD started to affiliate with the Spanish language network Telemundo moving Retro TV to sub-channel 15.3.
The station's digital signal is multiplexed:
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Programming|
|15.2||WYYW-2||The Family Channel|