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WYLN 35 News.png
Hazleton, Pennsylvania
United States
Branding "A Number You Can Trust"
Slogan We're Your Local Network
Channels Digital: 35 (UHF)
Virtual: 35 (PSIP)
Affiliations Youtoo TV (2015–present)
Owner Triple J Community Broadcasting, LLC
Founded 1989
Call letters' meaning We're Your Local Network
Former callsigns W35AT (1989–1996)
Former channel number(s) 35 (UHF analog, 1991–2015)
Former affiliations Independent (1989–1995)
The WB (1995–1997)
America One (1997–2015)
Transmitter power 8.92 kW/160.6 m
Website www.wylntv.com

WYLN-LP is a Class-A television station in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, broadcasting locally as an Youtoo TV affiliate on channel 35. It went on the air in 1989 as W35AT, and changed to the current WYLN-LP in 1996. It became the first affiliate of The WB in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre/Hazleton market that year, later losing the affiliation to WSWB-TV in 1997. After that it became an America One affiliate. It is owned by Triple J Community Broadcasting, L.L.C.


Since 1989, WYLN has produced a live, local news program, airing live at 5:30pm with rebroadcasts at 6:30pm, 10:00pm, 11:30pm and 8:00am on weekdays.. News coverage is based in Hazleton and surrounding areas.[1] WYLN's newscasts center around local news and segments, such as "Community and You", "Medical Monday", and "District Talk Tuesday".

WYLN also airs local sporting events such as high school football, basketball, wrestling, swimming and baseball; college athletics; Reading Phillies and Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Baseball.

WYLN produces several local programs, such as Topic A, an in-depth interview show; Warrior Summit Outdoors, starring Retired SSG Erik Olson and combat veterans from multiple conflicts, focus on healing the often invisible wounds of war through outdoor activities; and Off The Beaten Path, hosted by Jeff Bonomo, featuring the "interesting & unique people, places and things in Pennsylvania."[2]

Current on-air staff[edit]


  • Ann Gownley
  • Paula Deignan
  • Gary Perna


  • Ann Gownley
  • Gary Perna
  • Julie Stefanowicz


Works cited[edit]

  1. ^ "WYLN TV 35 News". WYLN TV 35 Hazleton's Only Broadcast TV Station. Retrieved 2017-04-24. 
  2. ^ "WYLN-TV 35 Shows". WYLN TV 35 Hazleton's Only Broadcast TV Station. Retrieved 2017-04-24. 

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