On cable, the station is available on Mediacom channel 9 in standard definition and digital channel 809 in high definition. Television station in Nevada, United States. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. Topeka: KSNT TV/27. The program was discontinued on December 15, 2006 and moved to KVCW the following Monday under the title News 3 at 10 on The CW Las Vegas. [7] [8] On February 22, News Corporation announced that it would start up another new network called MyNetworkTV. 68 Coon Creek Cablevision Ch. MyNetworkTV was created in order to give stations affiliated with UPN and The WB that were not mentioned as becoming CW affiliates another option besides becoming independent stations, as well as to compete against The CW. KDBC-TV, virtual channel 4, is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to El Paso, Texas, United States. The two stations share studios on Viking Drive in Eden Prairie and transmitter facilities in Shoreview. The station, now known as KVCW-DT, completed construction of its full-power digital facilities in January 2007 and was granted a license on March 8. KSCW is a television station in Wichita, KS that serves the Wichita - Hutchinson television market. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, as part of a duopoly with NBC affiliate KSNV (channel 3). Full purchase is currently pending. [22]. On May 26, 2020, KVCW discontinued ATSC 1.0 broadcasts and became one of the first stations in the country (and the first in the Western United States) to begin broadcasting in ATSC 3.0. KSCW is a digital full-power television station that operates with 1000 kilowatts of power and is owned by Schurz Communications. WROB-LD/25. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, as part of a duopoly with Durham-licensed MyNetworkTV affiliate WRDC. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, as part of a duopoly with CBS affiliate WRGB. The station is owned by Nexstar Media Group, as part of a duopoly with Fox affiliate KTVI. KVMY (now KHSV) affiliated with MyNetworkTV, when the network launched on September 5, two weeks before The WB was scheduled to shut down and The CW made its debut; as a result, KVCW rejoined The WB for the network's last two weeks of programming before switching its affiliation to The CW on September 18. [11] In January 2013, Fox announced that it will not exercise its option to buy any of the Sinclair stations in the four markets included in the option. KFBT became a charter affiliate of The WB at the network's launch on January 11, 1995 and remained an affiliate while owned by the Koker family. Owned by Deerfield Media, it is operated under a shared services agreement (SSA) by the Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcast Group, making it sister to Fox affiliate and Sinclair flagship WBFF ; Sinclair also operates CW affiliate WNUV under a separate local marketing agreement (LMA) with Sinclair partner company Cunningham Broadcasting. The three stations share studios on 41st Street off the Jones Falls Expressway in the Woodberry neighborhood of north Baltimore, where WUTB and WBFF also share transmitter facilities. KSCW-DT, virtual channel 33, is a CW-affiliated television station licensed to Wichita, Kansas, United States. On December 18, 1997, the Koker family sold Channel 33, Inc. to Montecito Broadcasting Corporation with the sale being finalized on February 3, 1998. KSCW is a digital full-power television station that operates with 1000 kilowatts of power and is owned by Schurz Communications. The two stations share studios on Ledgeview Drive in Westbrook and transmitter facilities in West Baldwin, Maine. KVWB later entered into a news share agreement with NBC affiliate KVBC (channel 3, now KSNV-DT) to produce a nightly 10 p.m. newscast for channel 21. Wake Up With The CW Las Vegas, airs 7-9 a.m. and the half-hour broadcast of The CW Las Vegas News at Ten, airs at 10 p.m. There is no separate website for KQCA; instead, it is integrated with that of sister station KCRA-TV. The station went dark and not broadcasting as of the evening of October 10, 2013 and is now defunct. There is no separate website for WNOL-TV; instead, it is integrated with that of sister station WGNO. With the sale's completion, Sinclair now controls half of those stations. KCEB, virtual channel 54, is an Azteca América owned-and-operated television station licensed to Longview, Texas, United States, serving the Tyler–Longview market. On November 8, 2002, KFBT was granted special temporary authority (STA) to construct a low-power facility in order to comply with the FCC deadline for commencing digital broadcasting while the full-power facilities were still being built. As Sinclair already owns KVCW and KVMY, the company will sell the license assets (though not the programming) of one of the three stations to comply with FCC ownership restrictions, with the divested station's programming being relocated to the other stations. WCWN, virtual channel 45, is a CW-affiliated television station licensed to Schenectady, New York, United States and serving New York's Capital District (Albany–Schenectady–Troy) as well as Berkshire County, Massachusetts. KVBC also produced a 15-minute sports highlight program called Sports Zone, that aired weeknights at 10:45. The news department was shut down at the beginning of March 2006, as were the majority of Sinclair's news operations under the News Central format. KODE TV/12 and KSNF TV/17. Owned by HC2 Holdings, it is a sister station to Tyler-licensed low-power station KPKN-LD. The station is owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of Fox Corporation, as part of a duopoly with Fox owned-and-operated station KMSP-TV. You will be able to watch the broadcast station with an antenna on Channel 33 or by subscribing to a live streaming service. You will be able to watch the broadcast station with an antenna on Channel 33 or by subscribing to a live streaming service. KVCW, virtual channel 33 (UHF digital channel 29), is a CW-affiliated television station licensed to Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. 710 Butler Bremer Comm. Petitioned For : Channel 12 (1474' 19.1 kW ND), which was approved: 09-129 : Last Analog: Channel 33 : 1076' 2300 kW ND Sinclair began negotiations with The CW to affiliate KFBT, and in April, when KTUD decided to go independent instead of pursuing a CW affiliation, [10] KFBT was virtually assured The CW affiliation. Cable Channels: Atkins Cablevision Ch. KOCW TV/14, (Great Bend) KAAS TV/18, (Salina) KMTW TV/36. Get insider tips, top news stories, and the best streaming deals in your inbox. Under the Kokers, KFBT was an independent station with a firmly local flavor and soon garnered much acclaim with features such as the scary B-movie showcase Saturday Fright at the Movies, hosted by Count Cool Rider, which aired at 10 p.m. Count Cool Rider was actually Danny Koker II, son of the station president and also one of the station's owners, who has since gone on to become a respected builder of custom motorcycles, [1] as well as a regular expert on the History Channel series Pawn Stars [2] and host of its spinoff, Counting Cars . The station is owned by Gray Television, as part of a duopoly with Hutchinson-licensed CBS affiliate KWCH-DT ; Gray also operates Derby-licensed Univision affiliate KDCU-DT under joint sales and shared services agreements with owner Entravision Communications. KSNK TV/8. The newscast, originally titled News 3 at 10 on The WB Las Vegas, debuted on April 4, 2006 and was later renamed to News 3 at 10 on MyLVTV to correspond with KVMY's affiliation switch to MyNetworkTV. The Streamable is reader-supported and may earn an affiliate commission when you sign up with our links. Elected Round 1 : Elected channel 31.