WYTU-LD

WYTU-LD, virtual channel 63 (UHF digital channel 17), is a Telemundo-affiliated television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, it is a sister station to CBS affiliate WDJT-TV (channel 58), MeTV owned-and-operated station WBME-CD (channel 41) and Racine-licensed independent station WMLW-TV (channel 49). All four stations share studios on South 60th Street in Milwaukee (near West Allis); WYTU's transmitter is located in Milwaukee's Lincoln Park (next to the transmitter belonging to ABC affiliate WISN-TV, channel 12).

Even though WYTU has a digital signal of its own, the low-powered broadcasting radius does not reach all of southeastern Wisconsin. Therefore, the station can also be seen through a 16:9 widescreen standard definition simulcast on WDJT's fourth digital subchannel in order to reach the entire market. This relay signal can be seen on UHF channel 46.4 (or virtual channel 58.4 via PSIP) from the same Lincoln Park transmitter facility. WYTU is also relayed on WMYS-LD (digital channel 69.2) in South Bend, Indiana and WFBN-LD (channel 35) in Rockford, Illinois.

The station airs all of Telemundo's schedule along with Spanish-language coverage of Sunday afternoon Milwaukee Brewers baseball home games, using camera positions shared with Fox Sports Wisconsin. WYTU is also available via Spectrum's systems throughout their entire state service area as far west as La Crosse and as far north as Wausau, making for a rare example of an intra-region superstation in the digital age.

WYTU-LD
WYTU-LD Logo
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
United States
CityMilwaukee, Wisconsin
BrandingTelemundo Wisconsin (general)
Noticiero Telemundo Wisconsin y tú
(Telemundo News, Wisconsin and you) (newscasts)
ChannelsDigital: 17 (UHF)
Virtual: 63 (PSIP)
SubchannelsSee below
TranslatorsWDJT-DT 58.4 (46.4 UHF) Milwaukee
WFBN-LD 35.2 Rockford, IL
WMYS-LD2 69.2 South Bend, IN
AffiliationsTelemundo
Heroes & Icons (WFBN-LD1 only)
Start TV (WYTU-LD2 & WFBN-LD3)
Movies! (WYTU-LD3 only)
OwnerWeigel Broadcasting
(Channel 41 and 63 Limited Partnership)
First air date1990
Call letters' meaningWYTU-LD - Y TÚ, Spanish for 'and you'
WFBN-LD - Focus Broadcasting Network (calls originated with first owners of WGBO in the 1980s)
Sister station(s)WBME-CD, WDJT-TV, WMLW-TV
Former callsignsW46AR (1990–1999)
WYTU-LP (1999–2012)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
46 (UHF, 1990–1999)
63 (UHF, 1999–2012)
49.4 (UHF, WMLW-TV simulcast, 2012–2018)
Former affiliationsWYTU-LD:
Univision (1990–1999)
CBS (via WDJT-TV, DTV transitional on analog, June–December 2009)
Independent/MeTV (DTV transitional on analog, 2010–2011)
WFBN-LD:
WCIU-TV/WFBT translator (1988–2012)
TouchVision (2015-2016)
WYTU-LD2: This TV (January–September 2018)
Transmitter power15 kW
Height315 m (1,033 ft)
Facility ID71424
Transmitter coordinates43°6′42.0″N 87°55′50.0″W / 43.111667°N 87.930556°WCoordinates: 43°6′42.0″N 87°55′50.0″W / 43.111667°N 87.930556°W
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license information:Profile
CDBS
WebsiteWYTU section on WDJT's website

History

The station has mostly been a feeder of the entire schedule of Univision and Telemundo through most of its history with minimal local programming. In 1999, Weigel dropped Univision in a compensation dispute and affiliated with Telemundo, and within the year, the station moved to UHF channel 63 from channel 46 as "W63CU", in order to accommodate WDJT's channel 46 digital signal and the company's move to one tower in Lincoln Park for all its operations. In mid-December 2003, the station took the lettered call sign "WYTU-LP" as it began to solicit local advertising from the growing Latino population in the Milwaukee area and Weigel began to push for extended cable coverage by including it in retransmission consent negotiations for WDJT.

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WYTU's "Telemundo 63" logo before the addition of multiple simulcasts on WMLW-DT4 and in South Bend and Rockford.

The station signed on its digital signal on UHF channel 17 on December 10, 2007.[1] Unlike the channel 13 digital signal of WMLW (which receives interference from WZZM in Grand Rapids), WYTU-LD's digital signal reaches the southern portion of the adjacent Green Bay/Appleton DMA, and is somewhat unrestricted as WXMI, the former occupant of channel 17 in the Grand Rapids market, now broadcasts on digital channel 20, although that station's Muskegon translator W17DF-D also broadcasts on channel 17. As a result of carriage agreements by Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications for access to the WDJT signal and to provide network service to areas without a Telemundo affiliate, WYTU is carried on those cable providers in portions of both the Green Bay/Fox Cities and Madison markets. For Charter, it has an additional channel slot within each provider's "Latino tier" of Spanish language programming, and in this form, the WYTU-LD feed is used statewide to provide Telemundo service to areas such as Wausau, Eau Claire and La Crosse otherwise unserved by over-the-air Spanish language television.

In January 2009, WYTU was added to sister station WBME's digital signal on digital subchannel 49.4, calls which changed on August 16, 2012 as part of the channel swap between WBME and WMLW to allow WMLW to launch full-power, high-definition operations.[2]

The station's analog signal on channel 63 did not broadcast the Telemundo Wisconsin schedule from June 12, 2009 onward, when Weigel decided to convert that signal to an enhanced nightlight service instead, carrying WDJT's CBS schedule for the benefit of those viewers who were not yet prepared for the digital transition for full-power stations. The special agreement to carry CBS in an analog form ended on January 1, 2010, and from then until 2011, WYTU-LP carried the MeTV lineup, while Telemundo Wisconsin remained a digital-only offering via WYTU's digital signal and WMLW-DT4.[3] On February 11, 2013, the Federal Communications Commission cancelled WYTU's analog license.[4]

The station converted their low-power channel 17 digital signal into a 720p high-definition signal on July 25, 2012, in time for Telemundo's Spanish-language coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics. Following the Games, the station carried, for the first time in team history, Green Bay Packers preseason football with Spanish language play-by-play in full high definition on its designated digital signal. These broadcasts are simulcast in the Green Bay market over English-language MyNetworkTV affiliate WACY-TV (Channel 32). In summer 2014, the standard definition simulcast on WMLW-DT4 began to scale network content to standard-definition widescreen depending on Active Format Description codes sent out over the Telemundo network feed.

On January 8, 2018, the full-power market-wide simulcast of WYTU moved to WDJT-DT4 due to WMLW's merge of their spectrum to the low-power WBME-CD.[5] In addition, This TV (a network formerly owned by Weigel and now owned by Tribune Broadcasting), was moved to WYTU's second subchannel as part of the move and to manage bandwidth.[6]

Further extended coverage in South Bend and Rockford

With the launch of WYTU's high-definition digital signal also came a further extension in the station's coverage area beyond the state of Wisconsin in markets where regular reception of Chicago's Telemundo owned-and-operated station WSNS-TV is not possible or signal exclusivity has not been claimed, both by Weigel sister stations. WYTU's signal also is carried by WMYS-LD in South Bend, Indiana, over the MyNetworkTV affiliate's DT2 subchannel, and in Rockford, Illinois, as the second signal of WFBN-LD, which had traditionally been an extended translator of Weigel flagship station WCIU-TV. Despite the extended signal into two other states, including one that does not border Wisconsin, the station continues to brand itself as "Telemundo Wisconsin". In 2015, WFBN had the Telemundo schedule moved from the first subchannel to the second subchannel to accommodate Weigel's TouchVision network, which left the air in mid-January 2016. After a transitional period where WFBN-LD1 carried a loop of the WCIU morning program You & Me This Morning, that signal currently serves as the Rockford outlet for Weigel's Heroes & Icons network. In 2017, WMYS-LD2 began to carry their WYTU simulcast in high definition.

Digital television

Digital channels

The station's digital channel is multiplexed. As mentioned above in Milwaukee, the Telemundo schedule is carried in both standard and high-definition versions. 63.2 was upgraded to a forced 16:9 picture in July 2018 in preparation for its future Start TV affiliation despite This airing only in 4:3.

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[7]
35.2
58.4
480i 16:9 WYTU
WYTU-SD
Main WYTU-LD programming / Telemundo
63.1
69.2
1080i WYTU-HD
TELMNDO
35.1 480i (blank PSIP) Heroes & Icons
35.3 Start TV
63.2 This-SD
63.3 TBD Movies!

Sinclair, Weigel Broadcasting, and Milwaukee PBS decided on a switch date of January 8, 2018 for their various local spectrum moves, which included the market-wide simulcast of WYTU-LD, which moved from WMLW-DT4 to WDJT-DT4.[8]

On September 3, 2018, Weigel launched the new female-focused Start TV network, replacing This after nearly ten years on Weigel channel spaces. The same day saw Weigel's Movies! network move to the newly-launched 63.3 subchannel, moving over from WISN-TV's second subchannel (which was replaced by Justice Network two days earlier).[9] WFBN-LD3 additionally launched a third subchannel for Start TV in Rockford.

Newscasts

The station launched a nightly 10-minute newscast in July 2007 within the 10:00 p.m. national edition of Noticiero Telemundo, called Noticiero Telemundo Wisconsin, with production assistance from WDJT.[10] Several on-air reporters and anchors within the WDJT newsroom have been bilingual, allowing reporters to file stories for both stations. The show is pre-recorded before WMLW's 9 p.m. and WDJT's 10 p.m. newscasts. It began to carry an 11 a.m. midday newscast leading into the newly-inaugurated national Noticias Telemundo Mediodía on June 4, 2018.[11]

Recently, local content has made up the bulk of the 35 minutes of the program, with parts of the national newscast and stories from CNN en Español via CNN's Newsource wire service blended into the show. A public affairs program titled ¡Qué Pasa Wisconsin! airs on weekend mornings on the station. Recently that program, along with the 10 p.m. newscast, have been anchored by Jocelyne Pruna.

References

  1. ^ New low power digital station - MilwaukeeHDTV.org Forums
  2. ^ Obama urges Congress to delay digital transition amid coupon shortage, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, January 8, 2009.
  3. ^ Channels 58, 41 to keep analog broadcasts, Milwaukee Business Journal, June 5, 2009.
  4. ^ Federal Communications Commission
  5. ^ "WMLW Milwaukee - Milwaukee Television Re-pack". Retrieved 9 December 2017.
  6. ^ Foran, Chris (4 January 2018). "Some of Milwaukee's over-the-air TV lineups will change Monday". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
  7. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for WYTU-LD
  8. ^ "WMLW Milwaukee | Milwaukee Television Re-pack". Retrieved 9 December 2017.
  9. ^ Foran, Chris (27 August 2018). "Start TV and Justice Milwaukee are in, This TV's out, and Movies! is moving". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  10. ^ "JS Online: Telemundo goes local with Milwaukee addition to nightly". jsonline.com.
  11. ^ Miller, Mark (31 May 2018). "WYTU Launching 11 A.M. Newscast June 4". TVNewsCheck. Retrieved 1 June 2018.

External links

Channel 17 digital TV stations in the United States

The following television stations broadcast on digital channel 17 in the United States:

K17BA-D in Yreka, California

K17BN-D in Needles, California

K17BV-D in Redwood Falls, Minnesota

K17CA-D in Carson City, Nevada

K17CG-D in Ukiah, California

K17CL-D in Pahrump, Nevada

K17DA-D in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

K17DF-D in Crowley Lake, California

K17DG-D in Rural Summit County, Utah

K17DL-D in Branson, Missouri

K17DM-D in Myton, Utah

K17DS-D in Clarendon, Texas

K17DT-D in Elko, Nevada

K17DU-D in Christmas Valley, Oregon

K17ED-D in Payette, Idaho

K17EU-D in Holyoke, Colorado

K17EV-D in Omak, Washington

K17EZ-D in Rogue River, Oregon

K17FA-D in Willmar, Minnesota

K17FK-D in Montoya & Newkirk, New Mexico

K17FQ-D in Fremont, Utah

K17FR-D in Walker Lake, Nevada

K17FU-D in Marshfield, Missouri

K17GC-D in Pitkin, Colorado

K17GD-D in Paso Robles, California

K17GE-D in Dove Creek, etc., Colorado

K17GJ in Twentynine Palms, California

K17GK-D in Arlington, Oregon

K17GT-D in Price, Utah

K17GV-D in Rainier, Oregon

K17HA-D in Astoria, Oregon

K17HB-D in Winnemucca, Nevada

K17HE-D in Susanville, etc., California

K17HI-D in Amarillo, Texas

K17HM-D in Wendover, Utah

K17HQ-D in Hatch, Utah

K17HR-D in Emery, Utah

K17HT-D in Hanksville, Utah

K17HV-D in Tropic/Cannonville, Utah

K17HW-D in Green River, Utah

K17HX-D in Minersville, Utah

K17HY-D in Ridgecrest, etc., California

K17IA-D in Escalante, Utah

K17ID-D in Cherokee & Alva, Oklahoma

K17IE-D in Navajo Mountain School, Utah

K17IF-D in Oljeto, Utah

K17IG-D in Hoehne, Colorado

K17IH-D in Montezuma Creek-Anet, Utah

K17II-D in Logan, Utah

K17IL-D in Ellensburg, etc., Washington

K17IP-D in Huntsville, etc., Utah

K17IZ-D in Everett, Washington

K17JA-D in Basalt, Colorado

K17JC-D in Orderville, Utah

K17JD-D in Mount Pleasant, Utah

K17JE-D in Mayfield, Utah

K17JF-D in Bluff, etc., Utah

K17JG-D in Ferndale, etc., Montana

K17JH-D in Mexican Hat, etc., Utah

K17JI-D in Fresno, California

K17JJ-D in Cortez, Colorado

K17JK-D in Cane Beds, Arizona/Hildale, Utah

K17JN-D in Enid, Oklahoma

K17JP-D in Big Timber, etc., Montana

K17JR-D in Lewiston, Idaho

K17JS-D in Philipsburg, Montana

K17JT-D in Fishlake Resort, Utah

K17JV-D in Boulder, Utah

K17JZ-D in Bondurant, Wyoming

K17KB-D in Belgrade, etc., Montana

K17KC-D in Meeteetse, Wyoming

K17KF-D in Cambridge, Idaho

K17KR-D in Winthrop, Washington

K17KU-D in Saco, Montana

K17KW-D in Gettysburg, South Dakota

K17KX-D in Anton, Colorado

K17KZ-D in Harlowton, etc., Montana

K17LB-D in Perryton, Texas

K17LM-D in Yuma, Arizona

K17MB-D in Circleville, Utah

K17MC-D in Caineville, Utah

K17MI-D in Eads, etc., Colorado

K17MJ-D in San Antonio, Texas

K17MK-D in Elk City, Oklahoma

K17MV-D in Richfield, etc., Utah

K17NF-D in Brookings, South Dakota

K17NJ-D in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

K17OB-D in Plevna, Montana

K40FJ in Midland, Texas

K41JT-D in Kilauea Military Camp, Hawaii

K42IN-D in Enterprise, Utah

K46GL-D in Red River, New Mexico

K47FX-D in Carlsbad, New Mexico

K47MI-D in Frost, Minnesota

K47OQ-D in Alexandria, Minnesota

K48EG-D in Arlee, Montana

K48MB-D in Thompson Falls, Montana

K50HU-D in Flagstaff, Arizona

KAAS-TV in Salina, Kansas

KABH-CD in Bend, Oregon

KAID in Idaho City, Idaho

KAID in Cascade, Idaho

KAZQ in Albuquerque, New Mexico

KBMY in Bismarck, North Dakota

KDOR-TV in Bartlesville, Oklahoma

KDSD-TV in Aberdeen, South Dakota

KEEN-CD in Las Vegas, Nevada

KGLU-LD in Ottumwa, Iowa

KHJL-LD in Rapid City, South Dakota

KIDU-LD in Brownwood, Texas

KISU-TV in Pocatello, Idaho

KJJC in Great Falls, Montana

KJRW in Eureka, California

KLBY in Colby, Kansas

KLDF-CD in Lompoc, California

KMIZ in Columbia, Missouri

KMOL-LD in Victoria, Texas

KMTR in Eugene, Oregon

KODG-LP in Palm Springs, California

KPCB-DT in Snyder, Texas

KPHO-TV in Phoenix, Arizona

KPTS in Wichita, Kansas

KQDS-TV in Duluth, Minnesota

KQTI-LD in Ogden, Utah

KSBB-CD in Santa Barbara, California

KSLA in Shreveport, Louisiana

KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming

KVAT-LD in Austin, Texas

KVIA-TV in El Paso, Texas

KWSU-TV in Spokane, Washington

KYNE-TV in Omaha, Nebraska

KYTL-LD in Twin Falls, Idaho

KZCO-LD in Denver, Colorado

W17CT-D in Manteo, North Carolina

W17DF-D in Muskegon, Michigan

W17DG-D in Miami, Florida

W17DJ-D in Huntsville, Alabama

W17DL-D in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico

WALE-LD in Montgomery, Alabama

WAND in Decatur, Illinois

WBXZ-LP in Buffalo, New York

WCMV in Cadillac, Michigan

WDEM-CD in Columbus, Ohio

WDYI-LD in Macon, Georgia

WEAR-TV in Pensacola, Florida

WEPH in Tupelo, Mississippi

WEWA-LD in Wewahitchka, Florida

WFXR in Roanoke, Virginia

WGBD-LD in Green Bay, Wisconsin

WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana

WJMB-CD in Butler, Pennsylvania

WKCF in Clermont, Florida

WKOP-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee

WKPC-TV in Louisville, Kentucky

WKTD-CD in Portsmouth, Virginia

WKYC in Cleveland, Ohio

WLAX in La Crosse, Wisconsin

WLTX in Columbia, South Carolina

WNCN in Goldsboro, North Carolina

WNMF-LD in Morristown, New Jersey

WODH-LD in Gainesville, Florida

WPGF-LD in Memphis, Tennessee

WPHL-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

WPXQ-TV in Block Island, Rhode Island

WQCW in Portsmouth, Ohio

WSYR-TV in Syracuse, New York

WTCT in Marion, Illinois

WUMN-LD in Minneapolis, Minnesota

WUNE-TV in Linville, North Carolina

WUVG-DT in Athens, Georgia

WVEO in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

WVXF in Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands

WXMI in Battle Creek, Michigan

WXVT-LD in Cleveland, Mississippi

WYIN in Gary, Indiana

WYTU-LD in Milwaukee, WisconsinThe following stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly broadcast on digital channel 17 in the United States:

K17LN-D in Gold Beach, Oregon

Channel 17 low-power TV stations in the United States

The following low-power television stations broadcast on digital or analog channel 17 in the United States:

K17AF in Delta Junction, Alaska

K17BA-D in Yreka, California

K17BN-D in Needles, California

K17BV-D in Redwood Falls, Minnesota

K17CA-D in Carson City, Nevada

K17CG-D in Ukiah, California

K17CL-D in Pahrump, Nevada

K17CM in Duncan, etc., Arizona

K17DA-D in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

K17DF-D in Crowley Lake, California

K17DG-D in Rural Summit County, Utah

K17DL-D in Branson, Missouri

K17DM-D in Myton, Utah

K17DS-D in Clarendon, Texas

K17DT-D in Elko, Nevada

K17DU-D in Christmas Valley, Oregon

K17ED-D in Payette, Idaho

K17EM in Roswell, New Mexico

K17EU-D in Holyoke, Colorado

K17EV-D in Omak, Washington

K17EZ-D in Rogue River, Oregon

K17FA-D in Willmar, Minnesota

K17FB in Ardmore, Oklahoma

K17FE in Wadena, Minnesota

K17FF in Modena, etc., Utah

K17FK-D in Montoya & Newkirk, New Mexico

K17FQ-D in Fremont, Utah

K17FR-D in Walker Lake, Nevada

K17FU-D in Marshfield, Missouri

K17FY in Eureka, Nevada

K17GC-D in Pitkin, Colorado

K17GD-D in Paso Robles, California

K17GE-D in Dove Creek, etc., Colorado

K17GJ in Twentynine Palms, California/Joshua Tree, California

K17GK-D in Arlington, Oregon

K17GL in Uvalde, Texas

K17GQ in Kodiak, Alaska

K17GR in Kula, Hawaii

K17GT-D in Price, Utah

K17GV-D in Rainier, Oregon

K17GZ in Harper, Texas

K17HA-D in Astoria, Oregon

K17HB-D in Winnemucca, Nevada

K17HE-D in Susanville, etc., California

K17HG in Grand Forks, North Dakota

K17HI-D in Amarillo, Texas

K17HM-D in Wendover, Utah

K17HQ-D in Hatch, Utah

K17HR-D in Emery, Utah

K17HT-D in Hanksville, Utah

K17HV-D in Tropic/Cannonville, Utah

K17HW-D in Green River, Utah

K17HX-D in Minersville, Utah

K17HY-D in Ridgecrest, etc., California

K17IA-D in Escalante, Utah

K17ID-D in Cherokee & Alva, Oklahoma

K17IE-D in Navajo Mountain Scho, Utah

K17IF-D in Oljeto, Utah

K17IG-D in Hoehne, Colorado

K17IH-D in Montezuma Creek-Anet, Utah

K17II-D in Logan, Utah

K17IL-D in Ellensburg, etc., Washington

K17IP-D in Huntsville, etc., Utah

K17IZ-D in Everett, Washington

K17JA-D in Basalt, Colorado

K17JC-D in Orderville, Utah

K17JD-D in Mount Pleasant, Utah

K17JE-D in Mayfield, Utah

K17JF-D in Bluff, etc., Utah

K17JG-D in Ferndale, etc., Montana

K17JH-D in Mexican Hat, etc., Utah

K17JI-D in Fresno, California

K17JJ-D in Cortez, Colorado

K17JK-D in Cane Beds, Arizona/Hildale, Utah

K17JN-D in Enid, Oklahoma

K17JP-D in Big Timber, etc., Montana

K17JQ in St. George, Utah

K17JR-D in Lewiston, Idaho

K17JS-D in Philipsburg, Montana

K17JT-D in Fishlake Resort, Utah

K17JV-D in Boulder, Utah

K17JZ-D in Bondurant, Wyoming

K17KB-D in Belgrade, etc., Montana

K17KC-D in Meeteetse, Wyoming

K17KD in Lucerne Valley, California

K17KF-D in Cambridge, Idaho

K17KR-D in Winthrop, Washington

K17KU-D in Saco, Montana

K17KW-D in Gettysburg, South Dakota

K17KX-D in Anton, Colorado

K17KZ-D in Harlowton, etc., Montana

K17LB-D in Perryton, Texas

K17LM-D in Yuma, Arizona

K17MB-D in Circleville, Utah

K17MC-D in Caineville, Utah

K17MI-D in Eads, etc., Colorado

K17MJ-D in San Antonio, Texas

K17MK-D in Elk City, Oklahoma

K17MV-D in Richfield, etc., Utah

K17NF-D in Brookings, South Dakota

K17NJ-D in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

K17OB-D in Plevna, Montana

K40FJ in Midland, Texas

K41JT-D in Kilauea Military Camp, Hawaii

K42IN-D in Enterprise, Utah

K46GL-D in Red River, New Mexico

K47FX-D in Carlsbad, New Mexico

K47MI-D in Frost, Minnesota

K47OQ-D in Alexandria, Minnesota

K48EG-D in Arlee, Montana

K48MB-D in Thompson Falls, Montana

K50HU-D in Flagstaff, Arizona

KABH-CD in Bend, Oregon

KAID in Idaho City, Idaho

KAID in Cascade, Idaho

KEEN-CD in Las Vegas, Nevada

KGLU-LD in Ottumwa, Iowa

KHJL-LD in Rapid City, South Dakota

KIDU-LD in Brownwood, Texas

KKTM-LP in Altus, Oklahoma

KLDF-CD in Lompoc, California

KMOL-LD in Victoria, Texas

KODG-LP in Palm Springs, California

KPTS in Wichita, Kansas

KQTI-LD in Ogden, Utah

KSBB-CD in Santa Barbara, California

KVAT-LD in Austin, Texas

KWMS-LP in West Monroe, Louisiana

KWSU-TV in Spokane, Washington

KXVU-LP in Chico, California

KYTL-LD in Twin Falls, Idaho

KZCO-LD in Denver, Colorado

W17CT-D in Manteo, North Carolina

W17DF-D in Muskegon, Michigan

W17DG-D in Miami, Florida

W17DJ-D in Huntsville, Alabama

W17DL-D in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico

WALE-LD in Montgomery, Alabama

WBKH-LP in Port Charlotte, Florida

WBXZ-LP in Buffalo, New York

WDEM-CD in Columbus, Ohio

WDYI-LD in Macon, Georgia

WEWA-LD in Wewahitchka, Florida

WGBD-LD in Green Bay, Wisconsin

WHRT-LP in Sebring, Florida

WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Indiana

WJMB-CD in Butler, Pennsylvania

WKTD-CD in Portsmouth, Virginia

WLIG-LP in Plainview, etc., New York

WNMF-LD in Morristown, New Jersey

WODH-LD in Gainesville, Florida

WPGF-LD in Memphis, Tennessee

WUMN-LD in Minneapolis, Minnesota

WUVG-DT in Athens, Georgia

WXMI in Battle Creek, Michigan

WXOB-LP in Richmond, Virginia

WXVT-LD in Cleveland, Mississippi

WYTU-LD in Milwaukee, WisconsinThe following low-power stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly broadcast on digital or analog channel 17:

K17ET in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

K17LN-D in Gold Beach, Oregon

KETM-LP in Emporia, Kansas

KLHO-LP in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KMPH-CA in Merced-Mariposa, California

WAZE-LP in Evansville, Indiana

Channel 63 virtual TV stations in the United States

The following television stations operate on virtual channel 63 in the United States:

KBEH in Oxnard, California

WBEC-TV in Boca Raton, Florida

WHSG-TV in Monroe, Georgia

WIPX-TV in Bloomington, Indiana

WKTC in Sumter, South Carolina

WMBC-TV in Newton, New Jersey

WYTU-LD in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

List of Telemundo affiliates (by U.S. state)

Telemundo is an American Spanish-language broadcast television television network owned by NBCUniversal which was launched in 1984 under the name NetSpan. As of June 2018, the network currently has 28 owned-and-operated stations and current affiliation agreements with 66 other television stations. Telemundo maintains a national cable network feed that is distributed directly to cable, satellite and IPTV providers in various media markets not listed in this article, as an alternative method of distribution in areas without either the availability or the demand for a locally based owned-and-operated or affiliate station.

This article is a listing of current Telemundo 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. Also included is a listing of Fox-branded cable channels outside the United States. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations and international channels, 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 Telemundo through NBCUniversal's broadcasting subsidiary NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations (excluding owned-and-operated stations of English-language sister network NBC, unless the station simulcasts a co-owned Telemundo O&O station via a digital subchannel).

List of Telemundo affiliates (table)

Telemundo is an American broadcast television television network owned by the Telemundo Television Group division of NBCUniversal, which was launched in 1984 as NetSpan. As of October 2015, the network currently has 18 owned-and-operated stations, and current affiliation agreements with 65 other television stations. Telemundo maintains a national cable network feed that is distributed directly to cable, satellite and IPTV providers in various media markets not listed in this article, as an alternative method of distribution in areas without either the availability or the demand for a locally based owned-and-operated or affiliate station.

This article is a listing of current, pending and former Telemundo-affiliated stations in the continental United States and U.S. possessions (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), with outlets owned by its parent company's broadcast television subsidiary NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations separated from privately owned affiliates, and arranged in alphabetical order by city of license and/or Designated Market Area. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, local programming and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters. For the table for the owned-and-operated outlets, the number in parentheses that follows is the station's actual digital channel number; the digital channel number is listed as a separate column in the list of private affiliates. The article also includes a list of its former affiliate stations, which is also based on the station's city of license or market, and denotes the years in which the station served as a Telemundo affiliate as well as the current status of the corresponding channel that carried the network.

List of television stations in Wisconsin

This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

Milwaukee Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers are an American professional baseball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Brewers compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) Central division. The team is named for the city's association with the brewing industry. Since 2001, the Brewers have played their home games at Miller Park, which has a seating capacity of 41,900.

The team was founded in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots, an expansion team of the American League (AL), in Seattle, Washington. The Pilots played their home games at Sick's Stadium. After only one season, the team relocated to Milwaukee, becoming known as the Brewers and playing their home games at Milwaukee County Stadium. In 1998, the Brewers joined the National League. They are the only franchise to play in four divisions since the advent of divisional play in Major League Baseball in 1969. They are also one of two current MLB franchises to switch leagues in their history, the other one being the Houston Astros.

The team's only World Series appearance came in 1982. After winning the ALCS against the California Angels, the Brewers faced off against the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series, losing 4–3. In 2011, the Brewers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks to win the NLDS 3–2, but lost in the NLCS to the eventual World Series champion Cardinals 4–2.

Start TV

Start TV is an American free-to-air television network that is owned by Weigel Broadcasting. Primarily carried on the digital subchannels of its affiliated television station in most markets, it primarily airs classic television drama series from the 1980s through the 2000s, with a focus on dramas, police and legal procedurals geared toward female audiences. The network originates from Weigel Broadcasting's headquarters on North Halsted Street in Chicago, Illinois.

WACY-TV

WACY-TV, virtual channel 32 (UHF digital channel 27), is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station serving Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States that is licensed to Appleton. The station is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company, as part of a duopoly with Green Bay-licensed NBC affiliate WGBA-TV (channel 26). The two stations share studios on North Road along Airport Drive/WIS 172 in the Green Bay suburb of Ashwaubenon; WACY's transmitter is located in the Shirley section of Glenmore, Wisconsin.

On cable, the station is available in standard definition on channel 83 on Charter Spectrum (channel 15 on Charter's legacy Fond du Lac system), channel 13 on CenturyLink, channel 17 on Comcast Xfinity in Manitowoc, either channel 8 or channel 9 in most outlying areas of the market, and channel 32 on AT&T U-verse, and in high definition on Spectrum channel 1013, and Xfinity and U-verse channel 1032.

WBME-CD

WBME-CD, virtual channel 41 (UHF digital channel 24) is a MeTV owned-and-operated television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. The Class A station is owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, and is sister to CBS affiliate WDJT-TV (channel 58), Racine-licensed independent station WMLW-TV (channel 49) and Telemundo affiliate WYTU-LD (channel 63). All four stations share studios on South 60th Street in Milwaukee (near West Allis); WBME shares transmitter facilities with WMLW in Milwaukee's Lincoln Park.

Even though WBME has a digital signal of its own, the low-powered broadcasting radius does not reach all of southeastern Wisconsin. Therefore, the station can also be seen through a 16:9 widescreen standard definition simulcast on WDJT's second digital subchannel in order to reach the entire market. This relay signal can be seen on UHF channel 46.2 (or virtual channel 58.2 via PSIP) from the same Lincoln Park transmitter facility. WBME is also available on Charter Spectrum, usually on channel 19 (channel 191 on legacy Charter systems), and AT&T U-verse channel 19 and Dish Network and DirecTV channel 41.

WBND-LD

WBND-LD, virtual channel 57 (UHF digital channel 34), is a low-powered ABC-affiliated television station licensed to South Bend, Indiana, United States. Its second digital subchannel serves as an owned-and-operated station of the classic television network MeTV. Owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, it is a sister station to CW affiliate WCWW-LD (channel 25) and MyNetworkTV affiliate WMYS-LD (channel 69). The three stations share studios on Generations Drive (near the Indiana Toll Road) in northeastern South Bend; WBND's transmitter is located just off the St. Joseph Valley Parkway in the southern portion of South Bend.

On cable, the station can be seen in standard definition on Comcast Xfinity channel 7 and AT&T U-verse channel 57, and in high definition on Xfinity digital channel 187 and U-verse channel 1057.

WDJT-TV

WDJT-TV, virtual channel 58 (UHF digital channel 46), is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, it is a sister station to Class A MeTV owned-and-operated station WBME-CD (channel 41), Racine-licensed independent station WMLW-TV (channel 49, which shares spectrum with WBME-CD), and low-powered Telemundo affiliate WYTU-LD (channel 63), which WDJT simulcasts in 16:9 widescreen standard definition on its respective second, third and fourth digital subchannels to expand their reach across southeastern Wisconsin. All four stations share studios on South 60th Street in Milwaukee (near West Allis); WDJT's transmitter is located in Milwaukee's Lincoln Park (next to the transmitter belonging to ABC affiliate WISN-TV, channel 12).

On cable, WDJT-TV is carried on Charter Spectrum and AT&T U-verse channel 5 (channel 9 in Sheboygan and Fond du Lac, and on channel 8 on some systems), with the station's HD signal on Spectrum digital channel 1005 (channel 605 on legacy Charter systems), and on U-verse digital channel 1005.

WGBO-DT

WGBO-DT, virtual channel 66 (UHF digital channel 38), is a Univision owned-and-operated television station serving Chicago, Illinois, United States that is licensed to Joliet. The station is owned by the Univision Local Media subsidiary of Univision Communications, as part of a duopoly with Aurora-licensed UniMás owned-and-operated station WXFT-DT (channel 60). The two stations share studios on Fairbanks Court (near Columbus Drive and Illinois Street); WGBO's transmitter is located atop the John Hancock Center on North Michigan Avenue, both in the Streeterville neighborhood.

WMLW-TV

WMLW-TV, virtual channel 49 (UHF digital channel 24), is an independent television station serving Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States that is licensed to Racine. The station is owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, as part of a duopoly with Milwaukee-licensed CBS affiliate WDJT-TV (channel 58), and is also a sister station to low-powered Telemundo affiliate WYTU-LD (channel 63, which is simulcast over WMLW's fourth digital subchannel) and Class A MeTV owned-and-operated station WBME-CD (channel 41, which WDJT simulcasts on its second digital subchannel). All four stations share studios on South 60th Street in Milwaukee (near West Allis); WMLW shares transmitter facilities with WBME-CD in Milwaukee's Lincoln Park.

Even though WMLW is licensed as a full-power station, its broadcasting radius does not reach all of southeastern Wisconsin. Therefore, the station can also be seen through a 16:9 widescreen standard definition simulcast on WDJT's third digital subchannel in order to reach the entire market. This relay signal can be seen on UHF channel 46.3 (or virtual channel 58.3 via PSIP) from the same Lincoln Park transmitter facility. On cable and satellite, WMLW is available on Charter Spectrum channel 7 (channel 8 on legacy Charter systems), AT&T U-verse channel 7, and channel 49 on DirecTV and Dish Network.

WMYS-LD

WMYS-LD, virtual channel 69 (UHF digital channel 33), is a low-powered MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to South Bend, Indiana, United States. Owned by Chicago-based Weigel Broadcasting, it is a sister station to ABC affiliate WBND-LD (channel 57) and CW affiliate WCWW-LD (channel 25). The three stations share studios on Generations Drive (near the Indiana Toll Road) in northeastern South Bend; WMYS' transmitter is located just off the St. Joseph Valley Parkway in the southern portion of South Bend.

On cable, the station can be seen on Comcast Xfinity channel 269 and AT&T U-verse channel 69.

Weigel Broadcasting

Weigel Broadcasting Company (a.k.a. Weigel) is an American television broadcasting company based in Chicago, Illinois, alongside its flagship station WCIU-TV (Channel 26), at 26 North Halsted Street in the Greektown neighborhood. It currently owns 16 television stations.

West Allis, Wisconsin

West Allis is a city in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. A suburb of Milwaukee, it is part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The population was 60,411 at the 2010 census.

Broadcast television in Southeastern Wisconsin, including Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha
English stations
Public television
Religious
Spanish stations
Home shopping
Local cable channels
Defunct channels
Adjacent areas
Stations
Adjacent areas
Television stations in the greater Rockford area
Local stations
Adjacent locals
Defunct
Adjacent areas
Other television stations and subchannel networks in the state of Wisconsin
3ABN
AMGTV
Antenna TV
Azteca
Bounce TV
BUZZR
Charge!
Comet
COZI
Daystar
Decades
Escape
getTV
Grit
Heroes & Icons
HSN OTA
Ion Life
Jewelry Television
Justice Network
Laff
LATV
Light TV
Local Accuweather
Locally-originated
automated weather
MeTV
Movies!
qubo
QVC OTA or QVC2
Quest
Retro TV
Sonlife
Stadium
Start TV
TBD-TV
This
TBN
Telemundo
WeatherNation TV
Independent
Other television stations in the state of Illinois
Chicago market
independent stations
Chicago market
Spanish stations
Chicago market
religious stations
Other stations
Defunct
Network-affiliated stations
O&O MeTV stations
O&O Heroes & Icons and Decades stations
Independent stations
Stations in process of acquisition by Weigel
National subchannel networks
Current programming
Former programming
Defunct

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