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Fave TV
AvailabilityNationwide (available on OTA digital television covering 36.56% of the U.S. as of March 6, 2021)[1]
TV stationsCBS Television Stations
Broadcast area
United States
OwnerCBS Entertainment Group
Launch date
December 15, 2020; 9 months ago (2020-12-15)
Picture format

Fave TV is an American digital subchannel television network owned by the CBS Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of ViacomCBS. The channel soft-launched in the markets covered by CBS Television Stations on December 15, 2020, usually as a DT4 subchannel.[2][3]


The network's programming is mostly taken from the program archives of ViacomCBS's non-children's networks, along with carrying repeat syndicated sitcoms also carried by networks such as MTV2, BET and Logo.



City of license / Market Station Channel
Los Angeles KCBS-TV 2.4 (31)
Sacramento - Stockton - Modesto KOVR 13.4 (25)
San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose KPIX-TV 5.4 (29)
Miami - Fort Lauderdale WFOR-TV 4.4 (22)
St. Petersburg - Tampa WTOG 44.3 (19)
Atlanta WUPA 69.5 (36)
Chicago WBBM-TV 2.4 (12)
Baltimore WJZ-TV 13.4 (11)
Boston WBZ-TV 4.4 (20)
Detroit WWJ-TV 62.4 (21)
Minneapolis - St. Paul WCCO-TV 4.4 (32)
(Satellite of WCCO-TV)
12.4 (12)
New York City WCBS-TV 2.4 (36)
Philadelphia KYW-TV 3.4 (30)
Pittsburgh KDKA-TV 2.4 (25)
Dallas–Fort Worth KTVT 11.4 (19)


Market Station Channel Years of affiliation Notes
Denver KCNC-TV 4.4 2020-2021 In-market simulcast of Weigel Broadcasting's KREG-TV/MeTV


  1. ^ "Stations for Network - Fave TV". Retrieved March 6, 2021.
  2. ^ "ViacomCBS quietly launches new broadcast channel Fave TV". The Desk. 2021-01-06. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  3. ^ Ellis, Rick. "What Is Fave TV? -". Retrieved 2021-01-22.
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