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WAFF 48
Offices: Huntsville, Alabama
WAFF 48 has a long, rich history of providing news, weather and entertainment. Dedicated, Determined, and Dependable describe WAFF 48, the NBC affiliate for North Alabama and Southern Tennessee. Severe weather coverage is a priority at WAFF 48. WAFF 48 News works hard to serve all parts of the market. The WAFF 48 News Team is determined to bring viewers accurate, relevant stories. WAFF.com has rapidly become the go-to site for breaking news and weather information.
WAND 17
Offices: Decanter, Illinois
WAND-TV is located in Decatur, Illinois. DMA covers 20 counties. Located in a hyphenated market, WAND-TV is the only station to cover the entire market without relying on a second signal. Their signal reaches 382,460 households and is carried on over 15 cable companies and 149 cable systems. They hit the air on August 16, 1953 as WTVP, the first television station in Central Illinois and one of the original 19 ABC affiliates. In 1966 they became WAND when purchased by LIN Broadcasting. In September 2005 WAND switched from ABC to NBC.
Washington's ABC 7 (WJLA)
Offices: Washington, DC
Each week, ABC 7 reaches over two and one-half million viewers in the Washington, DC market with award winning local news coverage, top syndicated programming, and ABC network news, sports and entertainment. ABC 7 News I-Team is committed to getting to the heart of the story, wherever it is, whenever it happens, and whatever it takes. They are currently affiliated with ABC and owned by Allbritton Communications.
Washington's WB 50 (WDCW)
Offices: Washington, DC
WDCW's responsibility is to effectively serve all ages, races, nationalities and genders of people living in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area by being a reliable source for education, information, and entertainment. Through entertainment and educational programming, public service, and community affairs, they strive to make a positive impact as an active participant in their community. The station signed on in 1986 as WFTY, an independent station without network affiliation. In 1993, the station was purchased by Jasas Corporation and remained the last independent television station in Washington, DC.
WATE 6
Offices: Knoxville, Tennessee
Channel 6 was Knoxville's first television station. For nearly 50 years, it's been an innovator, leader and trusted source for quality programming and community service. WATE makes a special effort to cover community issues and needs in its newscasts, programming and public service announcements. It's the only local station offering weekly commentaries that address political and governmental issues. In recent years, WATE has been honored with several prestigious awards. They are an ABC affiliate serving the Knoxville market.

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WAVE 3
Offices: Louisville, Kentucky
Louisville is one of Raycom's largest markets and also one of the most competitive in the country with WAVE 3 News having the fastest growing audience share. WAVE, which is traditionally the showcase for University of Kentucky sports, began a new tradition by becoming Louisville's Kentucky Derby station in conjunction with NBC's broadcast of the first leg of horse racing's triple crown. WAVE 3 is the NBC affiliate for the Louisville market.
WAVY 10
Offices: Hampton Roads, Virginia
WAVY-TV, Channel 10, signed on the air September 1, 1957, as the NBC affiliate in Hampton Roads, Virginia. Originally started by Tidewater Teleradio as an offshoot to their radio station, WAVY-AM, WAVY-TV was purchased in 1968 by LIN Broadcasting. Since its inception, WAVY-TV set the standard in Hampton Roads television. WAVY-TV also leads the way in local News broadcasts. Original children's programming is also a part of WAVY-TV's heritage.
WB 11 (WPIX)
Offices: New York, New York
New York's WB11 (WPIX-TV), is the flagship station of The WB Television Network, and is seen in over 10 million homes through over-the-air and satellite distribution. Founded in 1948 and owned by Tribune Broadcasting, a division of the Tribune Company. Its successful WB Network programming, WB11 News At Ten, The WB11 Morning News, extensive library of hit movies, first-run programs, off-network sitcoms, quality children's programming and public affairs shows, as well as outstanding event coverage, have contributed tremendously to the station's success.
WB 38 (WTTA)
Offices: Tampa Bay, Florida
WTTA WB38 is Tampa Bay’s oldest TV station. It began as WSUN-TV (Channel 38) in 1953. During this first year the station was an independent. Then in 1954, Peninsular Telephone established a microwave network, and made WSUN-TV the first station in the world to get its programming via microwave. In the 1960’s WSUN-TV became an independent once again. The channel played reruns, old movies, the time, and weather. In the late 1980s Channel 38 was given the new name of WTTA. Also in 1999 WTTA became the Tampa Bay affiliate for The WB Television Network.
WBAL TV 11
Offices: Baltimore, Maryland
On March 11, 1948, WBAL-TV 11 first broadcasted in the Baltimore area. In 1981, WBAL-TV 11 joined the CBS network, ending a 33-year relationship with NBC. However, in 1995, the station rejoined NBC. Over the years, WBAL-TV 11 has continued its commitment to the community by providing major support to charitable organizations addressing health and human service issues as well as education and the arts. The cornerstone of WBAL-TV 11's mission remains the same: to provide quality entertainment and informational programming, superior news reports and a dedication to the community it serves.

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WBNS 10 TV
Offices: Columbus, Ohio
From its founding in 1949, WBNS Television has strived to bring to Central Ohio the highest quality news and entertainment programming and set the standard in caring for the community while utilizing the finest in television technology. WBNS-TV is the most-watched news channel in the heart of Ohio, delivering 24-hour news, CBS programming and sports, syndicated programs and local programming. Advertisers benefit from WBNS-TV’s leadership role in the market and impressive coverage area of nearly 30 Ohio counties.
WBNX CW (WBNX)
Offices: Cleveland, Ohio
WBNX CW serves the Cleveland-Akron-Canton-Sandusky Ohio area which is the 16th largest television market in the US. They are The CW Television Network affiliate, and they also air Fox Kids Network/4 Kids TV programs. They have been on the air since December 1, 1985. They were formally an affiliate of The WB, and before that they were an independent station.
WBRE News (WBRE)
Offices: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
Nexstar acquired WBRE, an NBC affiliate, in January 1998, and later that year Nexstar significantly increased its operating efficiencies by entering into a shared services agreement with WYOU, a Mission Broadcasting station. Nexstar integrated both station’s operations into a new facility. Nexstar has also strengthened the local news product and upgraded its local weather coverage capabilities.
WBTV News 3
Offices: Charlotte, North Carolina
WBTV is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation or disability. They have and obtain enterprising reporters who are able make cold calls that generate stories. They also have strong story telling abilities augmented by clear language and visual skills.