List of CBS television affiliates (table)

The CBS Television Network is an American television network made up of 14 owned-and-operated stations and nearly 200 affiliates. This is a table listing of CBS's affiliates, with CBS-owned stations separated from privately owned affiliates, and arranged in alphabetical order by city of license. There are links to and articles on most of the stations, describing their local programming, hosts and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters. The number in parentheses that follows is the station's actual digital channel number.

Owned-and-operated stations

Stations are listed in alphabetical order by state and city of license.

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Owned since
Los Angeles KCBS-TV 2 (31) 1951 1951
San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose KPIX[n1 1] 5 (29) 1948 1995
Stockton - Sacramento - Modesto KOVR 13 (25) 1995 2005
Denver KCNC-TV 4 (35) 1995 1995
Miami - Fort Lauderdale WFOR-TV 4 (22) 1989 1989
Chicago WBBM-TV 2 (12) 1953 1953
Baltimore WJZ-TV[n1 1] 13 (13) 1995 1995
Boston WBZ-TV[n1 1] 4 (30) 1995 1995
Detroit WWJ-TV 62 (44) 1994 1995
Minneapolis - Saint Paul WCCO-TV 4 (32) 1949 1992
Walker, Minnesota KCCW-TV
(satellite of WCCO-TV)
12 (12) 1982 1992
New York City WCBS-TV[n1 2] 2 (33) 1939 1941
Philadelphia KYW-TV[n1 1] 3 (26) 1995 1995
Pittsburgh KDKA-TV[n1 1] 2 (25) 1957 1995
Fort Worth - Dallas KTVT 11 (19) 1995 1999
  1. ^ a b c d e Stations which were owned by Westinghouse Broadcasting prior to its acquisition of CBS in 1995.
  2. ^ WCBS-TV in New York City is the only station built from the ground up and signed on by CBS.

Affiliate stations

Stations are listed in alphabetical order by city of license. Affiliates broadcasting on digital subchannels are italicized.

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Ownership Notes
Abilene - Sweetwater, TX KTAB-TV 32 (24) 1979 Nexstar Media Group
Albuquerque - Santa Fe KRQE 13 (13) 1953
Alexandria, Louisiana KALB-DT2 5.2 (35.2) 2010 Gray Television Brands itself as "CBS 2"
Primary channel is affiliated with NBC; previously with CBS (secondary) from 1954 to 1957
Alpena, Michigan WBKB-TV 11 (11) 1975 Stephan Marks
Altoona - Johnstown, PA WTAJ-TV 10 (32) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Amarillo, Texas KFDA-TV 10 (10) 1953 Gray Television
Anchorage, Alaska KTVA 11 (28) 1953 GCI Certain station programming (including CBS network programming) are also broadcast in the Alaskan Bush via the Alaska Rural Communications Service
Atlanta WGCL-TV 46 (19) 1994 Meredith Corporation
Augusta, Georgia WRDW-TV 12 (12) 1954 Gray Television
Austin, Texas KEYE-TV 42 (43) 1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group Was a CBS-owned station from 1995 to 2007
Bakersfield, California KBAK-TV 29 (33) 1996 Previously with CBS from 1953 to 1974
Bangor, Maine WABI-TV 5 (13) 1959 Gray Television
Baton Rouge, Louisiana WAFB 9 (9) 1953 Gray Television
Bay City - Flint - Saginaw, MI WNEM-TV 5 (22) 1995 Meredith Corporation
Beaumont - Port Arthur, TX KFDM-TV 6 (15) 1955 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Bend, Oregon KBNZ-LD 7 (7) 2008 Zolo Media Low-power digital station
Billings, Montana KTVQ 2 (10) 1953 The E.W. Scripps Company
Biloxi - Gulfport, MS WLOX-DT2 13.2 (32.2) 2012 Gray Television Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Binghamton, New York WBNG-TV 12 (7) 1949 Quincy Media
Birmingham - Tuscaloosa - Anniston WIAT 42 (30) 1965 Nexstar Media Group
Bismarck, North Dakota KXMB-TV 12 (12) 1955
Bloomington - Indianapolis, IN WTTV[1] 4 (48) 2015 Tribune Broadcasting
Boise, Idaho KBOI-TV 2 (28) 1953 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Bowling Green, Kentucky WNKY-DT2 40.2 (16.2) 2007 Marquee Broadcasting Primary channel is affiliated with NBC
Bozeman, Montana KBZK 7 (13) 2000 The E.W. Scripps Company Full satellite of KXLF-TV, Butte, MT
Bryan - College Station, TX KBTX-TV 3 (50) 1957 Gray Television Semi-satellite of KWTX-TV, Waco, TX
Buffalo WIVB-TV 4 (39) 1949 Nexstar Media Group
Burlington, VT - Plattsburgh, NY WCAX-TV 3 (22) 1954 Gray Television
Butte, Montana KXLF-TV 4 (5) 1970 The E.W. Scripps Company
Cadillac - Traverse City, MI WWTV 9 (9) 1954 Heritage Broadcasting Group
Cape Girardeau, MO - Paducah, KY - Harrisburg, IL KFVS-TV 12 (12) 1954 Gray Television
Carthage - Watertown, NY WWNY-TV 7 (7) 1954 Gray Television
Casper - Riverton, WY KGWC-TV 14 (14) 1980 Mark III Media
Cedar Rapids - Waterloo - Dubuque, IA KGAN-TV 2 (29) 1953 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Champaign - Urbana - Springfield, IL WCIA 3 (48) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Charleston, South Carolina WCSC-TV 5 (47) 1953 Gray Television
Charlotte WBTV 3 (23) 1949
Charlottesville, Virginia WCAV 19 (19) 2004
Chattanooga WDEF-TV 12 (12) 1954 Morris Multimedia
Cheyenne, Wyoming KGWN-TV 5 (30) 1965 Gray Television
Chicago WMEU-CD3 48.3 (32.3) 2017 Weigel Broadcasting Independently-owned full satellite of CBS O&O WBBM-TV, Chicago, IL
Primary channel is an independent station
Chico - Redding, CA KHSL-TV 12 (43) 1953 Heartland Media
Chisholm, Minnesota KRII-DT2 11.2 (11.2) 2016 Quincy Media Primary channel is affiliated with NBC
Semi-satellite of KBJR-DT2, Superior, WI
Cincinnati WKRC-TV 12 (12) 1996 Sinclair Broadcast Group Previously with CBS from 1949 to 1961
Cleveland - Greenville - Greenwood, MS WXVT-LD 17 (17) 2017 Northwest Broadcasting Low-power digital station
Brands itself as "Delta CBS"
Successor to WXVT, which had been with CBS since 1980
Colorado Springs - Pueblo, CO KKTV 11 (49) 1952 Gray Television
Columbia, South Carolina WLTX 19 (17) 1953 Tegna
Columbus, Georgia WRBL 3 (15) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Columbus - Tupelo, MS WCBI-TV 4 (27) 1978 Morris Multimedia Previously with CBS from 1956 to 1977
Columbus, Ohio WBNS-TV 10 (21) 1949 Dispatch Broadcast Group
Coos Bay, Oregon KCBY-TV 11 (11) 1982 Sinclair Broadcast Group Full satellite of KVAL-TV, Eugene, OR
Corpus Christi KZTV 10 (10) 1956 SagamoreHill Broadcasting
(operated by the E.W. Scripps Company)
Dayton, Ohio WHIO-TV 7 (41) 1949 Cox Media Group
Des Moines KCCI 8 (8) 1955 Hearst Television
Dickinson, North Dakota KXMA-TV 2 (19) 1956 Nexstar Media Group Semi-satellite of KXMB-TV, Bismarck, ND
Dodge City, Kansas KBSD-TV 6 (6) 1957 Gray Television Semi-satellite of KWCH-TV, Hutchinson, KS
Dothan, Alabama WTVY 4 (36) 1955
Durango, Colorado KREZ-TV 6 (15) 1963 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KRQE, Albuquerque, NM
Elmira, New York WENY-DT2 36.2 (36.2) 2009 Lilly Broadcasting Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
El Paso, TX-Las Cruces, NM KDBC-TV 4 (18) 1952 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Erie, Pennsylvania WSEE-TV 35 (16) 1954 Lilly Broadcasting
Escanaba - Marquette, Michigan WJMN-TV 3 (32) 1992 Nexstar Media Group Semi-satellite of WFRV-TV, Green Bay, WI
Was a CBS-owned station from 1992 to 2007
Eugene, Oregon KVAL-TV 13 (13) 1982 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Eureka, California KVIQ-LP 14 (14) 1984 Northwest Broadcasting
Evansville, Indiana WEVV-TV 44 (45) 1995 Bayou City Broadcasting
Fairbanks, Alaska KXDF-CD 13 1996 Gray Television Class-A digital station
Simulcasts on the LD2 subchannel of MyNetworkTV affiliate KFXF-LD, Fairbanks, AK, and the DT3 subchannel of NBC affiliate KTVF, Fairbanks, AK
Florence - Myrtle Beach, S.C. WBTW 13 (13) 1954 Nexstar Media Group
Florence, South Dakota KDLO-TV 3 (3) 1960 Full satellite of KELO-TV, Sioux Falls, SD
Fort Myers - Naples, FL WINK-TV 11 (50) 1954 Fort Myers Broadcasting Company
Fort Smith, Arkansas KFSM-TV 5 (18) 1980 Tribune Broadcasting Simulcasts on the DT3 subchannel of MyNetworkTV affiliate KXNW, Eureka Springs, AR
Fort Wayne, Indiana WANE-TV 15 (31) 1954 Nexstar Media Group
Fresno, California KGPE 47 (34) 1985 Nexstar Media Group
Glendive, Montana KXGN-TV 5 (5) 1957 Stephan Marks
Goldsboro - Raleigh - Durham - Fayetteville, NC WNCN 17 (17) 2016 Nexstar Media Group Brands itself as "CBS 17"
Goodland, Kansas KBSL-TV 10 (10) 1959 Gray Television Full satellite of KWCH-TV, Wichita, KS
Grand Island, Nebraska KGIN 11 (11) 1961 Full satellite of KOLN, Lincoln, NE
Grand Junction, Colorado KREX-TV 5 (2) 1954 Nexstar Media Group
Great Falls, Montana KRTV 3 (7) 1969 The E.W. Scripps Company
Green Bay, Wisconsin WFRV-TV 5 (39) 1992 Nexstar Media Group Was a CBS-owned station from 1992 to 2007
Greensboro - High Point - Winston-Salem WFMY-TV 2 (51) 1949 Tegna
Greenville - New Bern - Washington, N.C. WNCT-TV 9 (10) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Hannibal, MO - Quincy, IL KHQA-TV 7 (7) 1953 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Harlingen, Texas (Rio Grande Valley) KGBT-TV 4 (31) 1953
Harrisburg - Lancaster - York - Lebanon WHP-TV 21 (21) 1953
Harrisonburg, Virginia WSVF-CD2 43.2 (43.2) 2012 Gray Television Primary channel is affiliated with Fox
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of ABC affiliate WHSV-TV, Harrisonburg, VA
Hartford - New Haven WFSB 3 (33) 1958 Meredith Corporation
Hattiesburg - Laurel, MS WHLT 22 (22) 1987 Nexstar Media Group Semi-satellite of WJTV, Jackson, MS
Hays, Kansas KBSH-TV 7 (7) 1958 Gray Television Full satellite of KWCH-TV, Hutchinson, KS
Hazard, Kentucky WYMT-TV 57 (12) 1985 Semi-satellite of WKYT-TV, Lexington, KY
Helena, Montana KXLH-LD 9 1998 The E.W. Scripps Company Low-power digital station
Semi-satellite of KRTV, Great Falls, MT
High Springs - Gainesville, FL WGFL 28 (28) 2002 New Age Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Brands itself as "CBS 4"
Hilo, Hawaii KHBC-DT2 22.2 (2.2) 2009 Gray Television Full satellites of KGMB, Honolulu, HI
Honolulu KGMB 5 (23) 1952
Horace - Fargo, ND KXJB-LD 30 (30) 2016 Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of NBC affiliate KVLY-TV, Fargo, ND
Brands itself as "KX4"
Successor to KXJB-TV, which had been with CBS since 1954
Houston KHOU-TV 11 (11) 1953 Tegna
Huntington - Charleston, WV WOWK-TV 13 (13) 1986 Nexstar Media Group Previously with CBS from 1958 to 1962
Huntsville - Decatur, AL WHNT-TV 19 (19) 1963 Tribune Broadcasting
Hutchinson - Wichita, KS KWCH-TV 12 (19) 1953 Gray Television
Idaho Falls - Pocatello, ID KIDK 3 (36) 1953 VistaWest Media, LLC
(operated by News-Press & Gazette Company)
Jackson, Mississippi WJTV 12 (12) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Jackson, Tennessee WBBJ-DT3 7.3 (43.3) 2012 Bahakel Communications Primary channel is affiliated with ABC; previously with CBS from 1955 to 1967
Also affiliated with MeTV
Jacksonville WJAX-TV 47 (19) 2002 Bayshore Television
(operated by Cox Media Group)
Jefferson City - Columbia, MO KRCG 13 (12) 1955 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Johnson City, TN (Tri-Cities) WJHL-TV 11 (11) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Jonesboro, Arkansas KJNB-LD2
KJNE-LD2
39.2 (39.2)
42.2 (42.2)
2015 Waypoint Media Low-power digital stations
Primary channels are affiliated with Fox
Juneau, Alaska KXLJ-LD 24 2001 GCI Low-power digital station
Kalamazoo - Grand Rapids - Battle Creek WWMT 3 (8) 1950 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Kalispell, Montana KAJJ-CD 18 (39) 1984 The E.W. Scripps Company Class-A digital station
Semi-satellite of KPAX-TV, Missoula, MT
Kansas City KCTV 5 (24) 1955 Meredith Corporation
Ketchikan, Alaska KUBD 4 (13) 2000 GCI Full satellite of KTNL-TV, Sitka, AK
Kirksville, MO - Ottumwa, IA KTVO-DT2 3.2 (33.2) 2010 Sinclair Broadcast Group Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Knoxville WVLT-TV 8 (30) 1988 Gray Television Previously with CBS from 1953 to 1956
Kodiak, Alaska KUBD-LP 11 2000 Ketchikan Television, LLC Low-power analog station
Kokomo, Indiana WTTK 29 (29) 2015 Tribune Broadcasting Full satellite of WTTV, Bloomington, IN
La Crosse - Eau Claire, WI WKBT 8 (8) 1954 Morgan Murphy Media
Lafayette, Indiana WLFI-TV 18 (11) 1953 Heartland Media
Lafayette, Louisiana KLFY-TV 10 (10) 1955 Nexstar Media Group
Lake Charles, Louisiana KSWL-LD 17 (34) 2017 Waypoint Media Low-power digital station
Brands itself as "CBS Lake Charles"
Simulcasts on the LD2 subchannel of MyNetworkTV/MeTV affiliate KWWE-LD, Lake Charles, LA
Lander, Wyoming KGWL-TV 5 (7) 1982 Mark III Media Full satellite of KGWC-TV, Casper, WY
Lansing, Michigan WLNS-TV 6 (36) 1950 Nexstar Media Group
Laredo, Texas KYLX-LD 13 (13) 2015 Gray Television Low-power digital station
Successor to KVTV, which had been with CBS since 1973
Las Vegas KLAS-TV 8 (7) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Lewisburg - Beckley - Bluefield, W.V. WVNS-TV 59 (8) 2001
Lewiston, Idaho KLEW-TV 3 (32) 1955 Sinclair Broadcast Group Semi-satellite of KIMA-TV, Yakima, WA
Lexington, Kentucky WKYT-TV 27 (36) 1968 Gray Television
Lima, Ohio WOHL-CD2 35.2 (35.2) 2009 Block Communications Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on low-power analog station WAMS-LP
Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Lincoln, Nebraska KOLN 10 (10) 1954 Gray Television
Little Rock KTHV 11 (12) 1955 Tegna
Louisville WLKY-TV 32 (26) 1990 Hearst Television
Lubbock, Texas KLBK-TV 13 (40) 1952 Nexstar Media Group
Macon, Georgia WMAZ-TV 13 (13) 1953 Tegna
Madison, Wisconsin WISC-TV 3 (50) 1956 Morgan Murphy Media
Mankato, Minnesota KEYC-TV 12 (12) 1961 Gray Television
Mason City, IA - Rochester - Austin, MN KIMT 3 (42) 1954 Heartland Media
Medford, Oregon KTVL 10 (10) 1983 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Memphis WREG-TV 3 (28) 1956 Tribune Broadcasting
Meridian, Mississippi WMDN 24 (24) 1994 Waypoint Media Previously with CBS from 1968 to 1971 (secondary) and 1980 to 1991 (primary)
Milwaukee WDJT-TV 58 (46) 1994 Weigel Broadcasting
Minot, North Dakota KXMC-TV 13 (13) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Missoula, Montana KPAX-TV 8 (7) 1970 The E.W. Scripps Company
Mobile, AL - Pensacola, FL WKRG-TV 5 (27) 1955 Nexstar Media Group
Monroe, LA - El Dorado, AR KNOE-TV 8 (8) 1953 Gray Television
Monterey - Salinas - Santa Cruz KION-TV 46 (32) 1969 News-Press & Gazette Company
Montrose, Colorado KREY-TV 10 (13) 1956 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KREX-TV, Grand Junction, CO
Moorefield, West Virginia W50BD-D 50 (50) 1989 Valley Television Cooperative, Inc. Full satellite of WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C. (Also repeats subdigital channels)
Nacogdoches - Tyler - Longview, TX KYTX 19 (18) 2004 Tegna
Nashville WTVF 5 (5) 1954 The E.W. Scripps Company
New Orleans WWL-TV 4 (36) 1957 Tegna
Norfolk - Portsmouth - Newport News WTKR 3 (40) 1953 Dreamcatcher Broadcasting
(operated by Tribune Broadcasting)
North Platte, NE KNPL-LD 10 (25) 2013 Gray Television Low-power digital station
Semi-satellite of KOLN, Lincoln, NE
Brands itself as "10/11 North Platte"
Odessa - Midland, TX KOSA-TV 7 (7) 1956
Oklahoma City KWTV 9 (39) 1953 Griffin Communications
Omaha KMTV 3 (45) 1986 The E.W. Scripps Company Previously with CBS from 1949 to 1956
Orlando - Daytona Beach - Melbourne WKMG-TV 6 (26) 1954 Graham Media Group
Palm Springs, CA KPSP-CD 38 (38) 2002 News-Press & Gazette Company Class-A digital station
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of ABC affiliate KESQ-TV, Palm Springs, CA
Brands itself as "CBS Local 2"
Panama City WECP-LD 18 (18) 2012 Gray Television Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on the DT3 subchannel of NBC affiliate WJHG-TV, Panama City, FL
Parkersburg, West Virginia WIYE-LD 47 (47) 2012 Low-power digital station
Pasco - Kennewick - Richland, WA KEPR-TV 19 (18) 1970 Sinclair Broadcast Group Semi-satellite of KIMA-TV, Yakima, WA
Peoria - Bloomington, IL WMBD-TV 31 (30) 1958 Nexstar Media Group
Phoenix KPHO-TV 5 (17) 1994 Meredith Corporation Previously with CBS from 1949 to 1955
Pittsburg, KS - Joplin, MO KOAM-TV 7 (7) 1982 Morgan Murphy Media
Portland, Maine WGME-TV 13 (38) 1954 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Portland, Oregon KOIN-TV 6 (40) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Presque Isle, Maine WAGM-TV 8 (8) 2017 Gray Television Previously with CBS from 1956-2006
Providence, R.I. - New Bedford, MA WPRI-TV 12 (13) 1995 Nexstar Media Group Previously with CBS from 1955 to 1977
Was a CBS-owned station from 1995 to 1996
Rapid City, South Dakota KCLO-TV 15 (16) 1988 Full satellite of KELO-TV, Sioux Falls, SD
Reliance - Pierre, S.D. KPLO-TV 6 (13) 1960 Full satellite of KELO-TV, Sioux Falls, SD
Reno, Nevada KTVN 2 (11) 1972 Sarkes Tarzian, Inc.
Richmond, Virginia WTVR-TV 6 (25) 1960 Tribune Broadcasting Previously with CBS from 1955 to 1956
Roanoke - Lynchburg, VA WDBJ 7 (18) 1955 Gray Television
Rochester, New York WROC-TV 8 (45) 1989 Nexstar Media Group
Rockford, Illinois WIFR-LD 23 (41) 1965 Gray Television Low-power digital station; operated as a full-power station until 2017
Rock Island, Illinois (Quad Cities) WHBF-TV 4 (4) 1950 Nexstar Media Group
Rock Springs, Wyoming KGWR-TV 13 (13) 1977 Mark III Media Full satellite of KGWC-TV, Casper, WY
Roseburg, Oregon KPIC 4 (19) 1982 Sinclair Broadcast Group Full satellite of KVAL-TV, Eugene, OR
Roswell, New Mexico KBIM-TV 10 (10) 1966 Nexstar Media Group Full satellite of KRQE, Albuquerque, NM
St. Joseph, Missouri KCJO-LD 30 (28) 2017 News-Press & Gazette Company Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on the LD2 subchannel of Fox affiliate KNPN-LD, St. Joseph, MO
St. Louis KMOV 4 (24) 1954 Meredith Corporation Was a CBS-owned station from 1958 to 1986
St. Petersburg - Tampa WTSP 10 (10) 1994 Tegna
Salisbury, Maryland WBOC-TV 16 (21) 1955 Draper Holdings Business Trust
Salt Lake City KUTV 2 (34) 1995 Sinclair Broadcast Group Was a CBS-owned station from 1996–2008
San Angelo, Texas KLST 8 (11) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
San Antonio KENS-TV 5 (39) 1950 Tegna
San Diego KFMB-TV 8 (8) 1949 Tegna
Santa Maria - Santa Barbara -
San Luis Obispo, CA
KCOY-TV 12 (19) 1969 VistaWest Media, LLC
(operated by News-Press & Gazette Company)
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan WWUP-TV 10 (10) 1971 Heritage Broadcasting Group Full satellite of WWTV, Cadillac, MI
Savannah, Georgia WTOC-TV 11 (11) 1954 Gray Television
Schenectady - Albany - Troy, N.Y. WRGB 6 (6) 1981 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Scottsbluff, Nebraska KSTF 10 (29) 1988 Gray Television Full satellite of KGWN-TV, Cheyenne, WY
Scranton - Wilkes-Barre, PA WYOU 22 (13) 1953 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Seattle - Tacoma KIRO-TV 7 (20) 1997 Cox Media Group Previously with CBS from 1958 to 1995
Selma - Montgomery, AL WAKA 8 (42) 1973 Bahakel Communications
Shaker Heights - Cleveland, OH WOIO 19 (10) 1994 Gray Television
Sherman, TX - Ada, OK KXII 12 (12) 1977 Gray Television
Shreveport, LA - Texarkana, TX KSLA-TV 12 (17) 1953 Gray Television
Sioux City, Iowa KMEG 14 (32) 1967 Waitt Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Sioux Falls, South Dakota KELO-TV 11 (11) 1960 Nexstar Media Group
Sitka, Alaska KTNL-TV 13 (7) 1966 GCI
South Bend, Indiana WSBT-TV 22 (22) 1952 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Spartanburg - Greenville - Asheville WSPA-TV 7 (7) 1956 Nexstar Media Group
Spokane, Washington KREM-TV 2 (20) 1976 Tegna
Springfield, Massachusetts WSHM-LD 3.5 (21) 2003 Meredith Corporation Low-power digital station
Semi-satellite of WFSB, Hartford, CT
Springfield, Missouri KOLR-TV 10 (10) 1953 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Superior, WI - Duluth, MN KBJR-DT2 6.2 (19.6) 2016 Quincy Media Primary channel is affiliated with NBC
Brands itself as "CBS 3"
Syracuse, New York WTVH 5 (47) 1948 Granite Broadcasting Corporation
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Terre Haute, Indiana WTHI-TV 10 (10) 1954 Heartland Media
Thomasville, GA - Tallahassee, FL WCTV 6 (46) 1956 Gray Television
Toledo, Ohio WTOL-TV 11 (11) 1958 Tegna
Topeka WIBW-TV 13 (13) 1953 Gray Television
Tucson KOLD-TV 13 (32) 1953 Gray Television
Tulsa KOTV 6 (45) 1949 Griffin Communications
Twin Falls, Idaho KMVT 11 (11) 1955 Gray Television
Utica, New York WKTV-DT2 2.2 (29.2) 2015 Heartland Media Brands itself as "CBS Utica"
Primary channel is affiliated with NBC; previously with CBS (secondary) from 1949 to 1956
Valdosta - Albany, GA WSWG 44 (31) 2006 Marquee Broadcasting
Victoria, Texas KXTS-LD 41 (15) 2011 Morgan Murphy Media Low-power digital station
Simulcasts on the DT2 subchannel of ABC affiliate KAVU-TV, Victoria, TX
Waco - Temple - Killeen, TX KWTX-TV 10 (10) 1956 Gray Television
Wailuku, Hawaii KOGG-DT2 13.2 (16.2) 1989 Gray Television Full satellite of KGMB, Honolulu, HI
Primary channel is affiliated with NBC
Washington, D.C. WUSA 9 (9) 1949 Tegna Was jointly owned by CBS and the Washington Post from 1950 to 1954
Wausau - Rhinelander, WI WSAW-TV 7 (7) 1954 Gray Television
West Palm Beach WPEC 12 (13) 1989 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Weston - Clarksburg, W.V. WDTV 5 (5) 1967 Gray Television
Wheeling, W.V. - Steubenville, OH WTRF-TV 7 (7) 1980 Nexstar Media Group
Wichita Falls, TX - Lawton, OK KAUZ-TV 6 (22) 1953 American Spirit Media
(operated by Gray Television)
Williston, North Dakota KXMD-TV 11 (14) 1969 Nexstar Media Group Semi-satellite of KXMC-TV, Minot, ND
Wilmington, North Carolina WWAY-DT2 3.2 (46.2) 2017 Morris Multimedia Primary channel is affiliated with ABC
Yakima, Washington KIMA-TV 29 (33) 1953 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Youngstown, Ohio WKBN-TV 27 (41) 1953 Nexstar Media Group
Yuma, AZ - El Centro, CA KSWT 13 (13) 1994 Northwest Broadcasting Previously with CBS from 1963 to 1970

U.S. territories

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (DT)
Year of affiliation Ownership Notes
Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands WMNS-LD 22 (22) 2009 V.I. Christian Ministries, Inc. Low-power analog station
Rebroadcasts TV2, St. Thomas, VI
Hagatna, Guam KUAM-DT2 8.2 (8.2) 2009 Pacific Telestations, Inc. Successor to KUAM-LP, which had been with CBS since 1995
Primary channel is affiliated with NBC
Brands itself as "CBS TV 11"
Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands TV2 cable-only 2009 Innovative Communications Corporation Rebroadcasts on low-power station WMNS-LD, Charlotte Amalie, VI
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico W32DZ-D 32 (32) 2019 TV Red Puerto Rico Low-power digital station
Translator of "CBS Puerto Rico", a localized feed of WSEE-TV, Erie, PA

Outside the U.S.

Location Station Channel Year of Affiliation Ownership
Hamilton, Bermuda ZBM-TV 9 1960 Bermuda Broadcasting
Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines ZBG-TV 9 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Broadcasting Corporation

See also

References

  1. ^ Formerly affiliated with The CW. Swapped affiliations with WISH-TV January 1, 2015. ([1])
CBS 10

CBS 10 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

KFDA-TV, Amarillo, Texas

KLFY-TV, Lafayette, Louisiana

KTVL, Medford, Oregon

KWTX-TV, Waco, Texas

KOLR-TV, Springfield, Missouri

WBNS-TV, Columbus, Ohio

WTAJ-TV, Altoona, Pennsylvania

WTHI-TV, Terre Haute, Indiana

WTSP-TV, Tampa, Florida

CBS 11

CBS 11 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

KTVA, Anchorage, Alaska

KTVT, Dallas/Fort Worth

KHOU, Houston

WBKB-TV, Alpena, Michigan

WJHL-TV, Johnson City, Tennessee

WTOL, Toledo, Ohio

CBS 12

CBS 12 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

KEYC-TV in Mankato, Minnesota

KXMB-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota

KHSL-TV in Chico/Redding, California

KWCH-DT in Wichita, Kansas

WDEF-TV in Chattanooga, Tennessee

WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach, Florida

WPRI-TV in Providence, Rhode Island

WBNG-TV in Binghamton, NY

CBS 13

CBS 13 may refer to any of the following CBS affiliates:

KOVR; Sacramento, California

KRCG; Columbia / Jefferson City, Missouri

KRQE; Albuquerque, New Mexico

KSWT; Yuma, Arizona / El Centro, California

KVAL-TV; Eugene, Oregon

KXDF-CD; Fairbanks, Alaska

KXMC-TV; Minot, North Dakota

WBTW; Florence / Myrtle Beach; South Carolina

WGME-TV; Portland, Maine

WJZ-TV; Baltimore, Maryland

WMAZ-TV; Macon, Georgia

WOWK-TV; Huntington / Charleston, West Virginia

WIBW-TV; Topeka, Kansas

CBS 2

CBS 2 may refer to:

AirportsEstevan (Blue Sky) Aerodrome near Estevan, Saskatchewan, CanadaTelevision stations in the United StatesKBOI-TV, Boise, Idaho

KCBS-TV, Los Angeles

KDKA-TV Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

KGAN, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

KPSP-CD, Palm Springs, California (cable channel; broadcasts on channel 38)

KREM, Spokane, Washington

KTVQ, Billings, Montana

KTVN, Reno, Nevada

KUTV, Salt Lake City, Utah

KXMA-TV, Dickinson, North Dakota

WCBS-TV, New York City

WBBM-TV, Chicago

WFMY-TV, Greensboro, North Carolina

CBS 3

CBS 3 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

KBJR-DT2 of Duluth, Minnesota

KIMT of Mason City, Iowa

KLEW-TV of Lewiston, Idaho

KMTV-TV of Omaha, Nebraska

KYW-TV of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

WBTV of Charlotte, North Carolina

WCAX-TV of Burlington, Vermont

WFSB of Hartford, Connecticut

WREG-TV of Memphis, Tennessee

WSHM-LD of Springfield, Massachusetts (cable channel; broadcast on channel 21)

WTKR of Hampton Roads, Virginia

WWAY of Wilmington, North Carolina

WCIA of Champaign Illinois

CBS 6

CBS 6 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

WRGB, Albany, New York

WTVR-TV, Richmond, Virginia

WKMG-TV, Orlando, Florida

WLNS-TV, Lansing/Jackson, Michigan

KOIN, Portland, Oregon

KOTV-DT, Tulsa, Oklahoma

CBS 7

CBS 7 may refer to:

KIRO-TV, Seattle

KOSA-TV, Odessa/Midland, Texas

WSPA-TV, Spartanburg/Greenville/Anderson, South Carolina/Asheville, North Carolina

WDBJ-TV, Roanoke/Lynchburg, Virginia

WTRF-TV, Wheeling, West Virginia/Steubenville, Ohio

WWNY-TV, Carthage/Watertown, New York

WHIO-TV, Dayton, Ohio

KHQA-TV, Hannibal, Missouri/Quincy, Illinois

KOAM-TV, Pittsburg, Kansas/Joplin, Missouri

WSAW-TV, Wausau/Rhinelander, Wisconsin

CBS 8 (disambiguation)

CBS 8 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States:

KCCI, Des Moines, Iowa

KFMB-TV, San Diego, California

KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, Nevada

KLST, San Angelo, Texas

KNOE-TV, Monroe, Louisiana

KPAX-TV, Missoula, Montana

WAKA, Selma, Alabama

WAGM-TV, Presque Isle, Maine

WKBT-DT, La Crosse, Wisconsin

WROC-TV, Rochester, New York

WVLT-TV, Knoxville, Tennessee

CBS 9

CBS 9 may refer to:

KGMB, Honolulu, Hawaii (cable channel; broadcasts on channel 5)

WUSA, Washington, District of Columbia

WAFB, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

WWTV, Cadillac/Traverse City, Michigan

WNCT-TV, Greenville/New Bern/Washington, North Carolina

KWTV, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

CBS station

CBS station(s) may refer to:

Television stations affiliated with the CBS TV network:

List of CBS television affiliates (by U.S. state)

List of CBS television affiliates (table)

CBS Television Stations, the group of CBS's owned and operated stations

Train stations that have the station code "CBS":

Coatbridge Sunnyside railway station in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, Scotland

Columbus station, Columbus, Wisconsin, United States

List of CBS affiliates

Lists of CBS television affiliates are available in the following formats:

List of CBS television affiliates (by U.S. state)

List of CBS television affiliates (table)

List of CBS television affiliates (by U.S. state)

CBS is an American broadcast television television network owned by CBS Corporation, which originated as a radio network in September 1927, and expanded into television in July 1941. As of March 2015, the network currently has 16 owned-and-operated stations, and current affiliation agreements with 222 other television stations.This article is a listing of current CBS affiliates in the continental United States and U.S. possessions (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), arranged alphabetically by state, and based on the station's city of license and followed in parentheses by the Designated Market Area if it differs from the city of license. There are links to and articles on each of the stations, describing their histories, local programming and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's advertised channel number follows the call letters. In most cases, this is their virtual channel (PSIP) number.

Stations listed in boldface are owned and operated by CBS through its subsidiary CBS Television Stations (excluding owned-and-operated stations of The CW or independent stations owned by the group, unless the station simulcasts a co-owned CBS O&O station via a digital subchannel).

Lists of ABC television affiliates

For lists of affiliates of the U.S. American Broadcasting Company (ABC) television network, see:

List of ABC television affiliates (by U.S. state)

List of ABC television affiliates (table)

Lists of CBS television affiliates

The following articles contain lists of affiliates of the CBS television network:

List of CBS television affiliates (by U.S. state)

List of CBS television affiliates (table)

Lists of NBC television affiliates

The following articles contain lists of NBC television affiliates:

List of NBC television affiliates (by U.S. state)

List of NBC television affiliates (table)

Primary NFL television stations

A primary, flagship or home television station refers to the local affiliates that carry a majority of the regular season telecasts for a said National Football League (NFL) team. This list only concentrates on television coverage since the AFL–NFL merger in 1970. This list however, does not include "official station" partnerships, where a station that only carries off-network pre-season games also carries team programming throughout the season such as coach's shows, player shows or interview segments during station sportscasts. It also does not include individual player show agreements with stations in a team's market.

As the NFL assigns telecast rights based on the conference affiliation of the road team, the stations listed below would be assigned all of the team's road games (unless they were played at night). They would also carry those home games against teams in the same conference that did not fall under the league's blackout rules. Home games against teams from the other conference, if not blacked out, would be carried on another station. Night games are aired locally either on NBC if Sunday night (or the Thursday Kickoff Game), or on any local station if it is a simulcast of a game on a cable network (as per NFL rules, and subject to blackout; ESPN-aired games are often simulcast on the affiliate of sister network ABC, especially on ABC's O&Os and Hearst Corporation-owned stations—ESPN is an 80/20 joint venture of the Walt Disney Company [ABC's parent] and Hearst).

Note: Teams listed in italics are teams that have since relocated.

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