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Offices: Indianapolis, Indiana
Central Indiana residents have learned to rely on WTHR, Channel 13, the NBC affiliate in Indianapolis, for the best local coverage. The station has carved a niche for itself by devoting more broadcast time and resources to news than any other local station. More than 200 full and part-time employees work at WTHR-TV. WTHR has set a goal to become the leader in community events. WTHR is currently and affiliate of NBC.
Offices: Savannah, Georgia
WTOC-TV signed on the air February 14, 1954. A CBS affiliate from day one, WTOC became the very first television station in Savannah, Georgia. And WTOC remains today as the number one station in Savannah. WTOC televises a total of 6 hours of live local news daily, considerably more than any other local station, and well above the expectation for a station in the 98th television market. WTOC is committed to community involvement, televising Savannah and surrounding area community events annually.
WTOL News 11
Offices: Toledo, Ohio
News Channel 11 continues to be the preferred source of news and information for Toledo viewers. Toledo is the country's 70th largest market covering the densely populated area of northwestern Ohio, northeastern Indiana and southern Michigan. They are a CBS affiliate serving the Toledo market and owned by Raycom Media. WTOL offers local advertisers the opportunity to reach a targeted, local audience with integrated on-air/online campaigns.
Offices: Washington, DC
On January 16, 1949, Channel 9, then a new CBS network affiliate station, began its first official broadcast. They have had several sets of call letters (WOIC, WTOP, WDVM, and W*USA) and Washington has grown from a small television market to one of the top ten markets in the country. The one constant throughout W*USA 9's 50 years of history in Washington has been their commitment to serve the local community.
WVAH Fox 11
Offices: Hurricane, West Virginia
Since 1982, WVAH Fox 11, a FOX Television Network affiliate, has been serving the Charleston-Huntington television market. They reach over 1.2 million people and over 34 counties spanning three states. Geographically, Charleston-Huntington is the second largest TV market east of the Mississippi River. WCHS-TV8 is part of the Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., a diversified broadcasting company that currently owns or programs 58 television stations.

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Offices: Hampton Roads, Virginia
WVEC-TV has been on the air in Hampton Roads since 1953 originally as an NBC affiliate. WVEC-TV currently is the ABC affiliate serving the Norfolk, Virginia area, including Virginia's Eastern Shore and northeastern North Carolina. WVEC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Belo Corp. WVEC-TV broadcasts on Channel 13, and is carried on all area cable systems. Their transmitter is located in the Driver community of Suffolk. WVEC-DT broadcasts on Channel 41.
Offices: Columbus, Ohio
WWHO began operating in 1987 under owner Wendell Triplet. Originally, the station used the call letters WWAT. The station operated as an independent station for a number of years until the launch of the WB television network in 1995. WWHO was given the affiliation for the new CW in Central Ohio and on July 31 2006, the station became known as The CW on WWHO-TV. In the fall of 2005, WWHO entered a partnership with WBNS-10TV and began airing a half-hour newscast produced by the 10TV Eyewitness News team. WWHO is owned and operated by the LIN Television Corporation.
Offices: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
WXII 12 has provided residents of the Piedmont local news since 1953. An NBC affiliate owned by Hearst-Argyle television, WXII has been known throughout the community for its ability to provide viewers the most complete coverage, the newest technology and an unmatched level of community service. The station had more network business when it went on the air than any other NBC affiliate at that time.
Offices: Greensville, South Carolina
Out of 210 television markets in the country, WYFF is in the 35th largest market. Their market is bigger than Memphis, New Orleans and Buffalo. WYFF is the market's NBC affiliate. WYFF wins the portion of the market where most of the retail sales dollars are spent and dominates Greenville County, the heart of the market's economy and culture. The combined talents of their creative, production and technical departments have earned local, regional and national recognition. 
Offices: Scranton, Pennsylvania
Nexstar acquired WYOU, a CBS affiliate, in June 1996 and subsequently sold it to Mission Broadcasting, Inc. in 1998. Later that year the parties entered into a shared services agreement. WYOU-TV News strengthened its visibility and competitiveness in the market by unveiling a new, street level newsroom in Lackawanna County (2nd largest county in the area), and repositioning itself as “Lackawanna County’s” News Source.
Offices: Grand Rapids, Michigan
On November 1, 1962, WZZM 13 went on the air. The one constant throughout WZZM 13's entire history in West Michigan is their commitment to serve the local community. Their tradition of service and innovation continues in the 21st century. They are determined to make WZZM 13 the number one choice for news, information, and entertainment programming by working for and caring about their viewers, employees, advertisers and shareholders. They are currently an affiliate of ABC.