The Walk TV

The Walk TV (stylized as the WALK TV) is an American Christian specialty television network in the United States. The Walk TV is a sister channel to the Doctor Television Channel (DrTV) as they share broadcasting facilities at 2607 Success Drive in Odessa, Florida, a suburb on the north side of the Tampa area.

The network consists primarily of 263 low-powered television stations across the United States,[1] and is also available on C-band free-to-air satellite services.[2] In addition, The Walk TV is also available to users of the Roku Digital media receiver.[3]

The Walk TV
LaunchedJanuary 11, 2010
Owned byThe Walk Television Network, LLC
Picture format480i (SDTV)
SloganExploring the Past, Enjoying the Present, Envisioning the Future
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersOdessa, Florida, USA
Formerly calledLegacy TV (2010-2013)
WebsiteThe Walk TV at Wordpress
Available on television stations in some markets via digital subchannelsAffiliate list
Available on select U.S. cable systemsConsult your local cable provider for channel availability
Digital Media ReceiverRoku


The network was launched as LegacyTV on January 11, 2010. The purpose of this channel is to provide programming that helps people appreciate the Judeo-Christian legacy.[4] The name of the channel was changed to its current name in 2013. The network is currently run by James L. West, who also runs the Doctor TV channel.


General programming

The Walk TV programming lineup consists primarily of religious programming, family movies, off-network syndicated public domain episodes of Bonanza, and some Christian music programming. A few select programs on The Walk TV’s program lineup are also run on sister channel Doctor TV. The Walk TV also features a program produced and hosted by Randall Terry, "Voice of Resistance" in addition to religious news programs from CBN such as The 700 Club and CBN Newswatch.[5]

The channel also provides programming from The Worship Network from 4:00 to 5:30 a.m. Eastern time.[5]

Children’s educational programming[6]

  • Adventures in Odyssey
  • Donkey Ollie
  • Dr. Wonders Worship
  • iShine Kinect
  • Laura McKenzie’s Traveler
  • Miss Charity’s Diner
  • Real Life 101
  • The Real Winning Edge
  • Scaly Adventures
  • So You Want To Be
  • Sugar Creek Gang

Sports programming

The Walk TV, along with the JUCE TV and Tri-State Christian Television networks, provide broadcasts of college football games involving the Lynchburg, Virginia-based Liberty University Flames, a member of the Big South Conference. The game broadcasts are produced by the university-operated Liberty Flames Sports Network.[5] Unlike JUCE TV, The Walk TV shows those games live.[7] Game On is a sports-related show that is offered by The Walk TV.[5][8] This is only available to full-time Walk TV affiliates.


The following is a list of confirmed Walk TV affiliates

City of license Callsign [9] Virtual channel Owner Notes
Campbellsville, Kentucky WLCU-CA 23.1[10] Campbellsville University Partial affiliation
Chico, California KKPM-CD 28.9 One Ministries, Inc.
Clarksville, Tennessee WCKV-LD 21.1 TN Media Group, Inc.
Cortez, Colorado K14JS-D 14.4 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association
Culebra, Puerto Rico W24DW-D 21.3 TV Red de Puerto Rico, Inc.
Cullman, Alabama WCQT-LP 27.1 Alabama Cable Network, Inc.
Dallas, Texas KHFD-LD 51.1 EICB-TV East, LLC
Denver, Colorado KDEO-LD 23.6 Simchat Torah Beit Midrash
Charlotte, North Carolina WGTB-CD 28.1 Victory Christian Center, Inc.
Gatlinburg, Tennessee WJDP-LD 11.1 EICB-TV East, LLC
Goldsboro, North Carolina WHFL-CD 43.2 Free Life Ministries, Inc.
Jackson, Mississippi WWJX 23.1 Flinn Broadcasting
Jacksonville, Alabama WEAC-CD 24.1 Alabama Heritage Communications, Inc.
Killeen, Texas KPLE-CD 31.3 Killeen Christian Broadcasting Corporation
Las Vegas, Nevada KNBX-CD 31.5 Mako Communications
Louisville, Kentucky Faith Channel 19
(TWC cable-only)
Archdiocese of Louisville
Los Angeles, California KTBV-LD 12.1 Partial affiliation; primary Cornerstone TV affiliate
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn. KTCJ-LD 50.1 EICB-TV East, LLC
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma KUOT-CD 19.6
Scottsville, Kentucky WPBM-CD 31.1 Marvey B. and Frances Wood
(Proclaim Broadcasting, Inc.)
Selma, Alabama WBIH 29.1 Flinn Broadcasting
Sublette, Kansas KDGL-LD 23.5 High Plains Broadcasting
Twin Falls, Idaho KBAX-LD 27.2 Christian Broadcasting of Idaho, Inc.
Utica, New York WVVC-LD 40.2 Northeast Gospel Broadcasting, Inc.
Wichita Falls, Texas K24HH-D 24.2 Christian Family Network Television, Inc.


  1. ^ Affiliates | The WALK TV
  2. ^ Satellite | The WALK TV
  3. ^ The Walk TV streaam on Roku
  4. ^ About | The WALK TV
  5. ^ a b c d Programs | The WALK TV
  6. ^ The Walk TV Children’s Programming Descriptions (First Qtr., 2015) (XLS Document)
  7. ^ LFSN TV Broadcast List. (PDF). Liberty Flames (Liberty University). Retrieved June 10, 2015.
  8. ^ LFSN Game On Distribution Report 2/1/2015. (PDF). Liberty Flames (Liberty University). Retrieved June 10, 2015.
  9. ^ The Walk TV query at RabbitEars.Info
  10. ^

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WEAC-CD, virtual channel 24 (UHF digital channel 34), is a FamilyNet-affiliated television station located in Anniston, Alabama, United States. The station is owned by Alabama Heritage Communications, LLC. WEAC maintains studio facilities on Highway 78 in Anniston, and its transmitter is located atop Coldwater Mountain in Oxford. The station is also currently available on 12 cable television systems, primarily across seven-county service area in eastern Alabama.


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WPBM-CD is a class-A low-power television station that is licensed to and located in Scottsville, Kentucky, USA. WPBM broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 46 (virtual channel 31 via the use of PSIP)from a studio and transmitter site along US Route 31E near Barren River Lake in rural northeastern Allen County not too far from the county's northeastern boundary with Barren County. WPBM upgraded to a full HD signal in March, 2018.

The station currently holds a partial affiliation with The Walk TV and GEB TV.


WWJX is Jackson, Mississippi's The Walk TV affiliate, broadcasting digitally on UHF channel 23. The nonprofit TV station is owned by Memphis-based Flinn Broadcasting Corporation.


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