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List of MyNetworkTV affiliates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of affiliates of MyNetworkTV, a former network which is now defined as a programming service.


MyNetworkTV launched on September 5, 2006, with a reach of 96 percent of the United States. The network was created by Fox Television Stations to fill the void left on their UPN affiliates after The WB and UPN merged to form The CW on January 24, 2006. A month later, the MNTV formation was announced on February 22.

MyNetworkTV is based around nine UPN affiliates and one Independent station owned by FTSG (a division of News Corporation). From March 1, 2006, to present, 157 affiliates agreed to carry it, bringing MyNetworkTV's total distribution to 167 stations. The largest of these additional affiliate groups is the Sinclair Broadcast Group, which has committed broadcast stations in 17 markets in which it operates. On May 15, 2006, Tribune Company announced that it would commit three WB stations in markets where a CBS Corporation-owned UPN station took The CW affiliation, to MyNetworkTV.[1] All of Tribune's other The WB stations had already joined The CW—since Tribune held a minority stake in The WB. Univision, the largest Spanish-language broadcaster in the United States, committed its only English-language station, KUVI-TV in Bakersfield, California.

These two stations were once dual affiliates of both The CW and MyNetworkTV since their 2006 debuts: KWKB in Iowa City, Iowa, owned by KM Communications, which carried both The CW (as a primary) and MyNetworkTV (as a secondary), but dropped MyNetwork in September 2011; KNVA in Austin, Texas, owned by LIN Television, was the other, until it dropped the network on October 20, 2009. However, in March 2014, WKTC in Columbia, South Carolina, a locally owned station, switched its main channel's primary affiliation from MyNetworkTV to The CW, retaining MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation, making it one of three stations in the country that currently carry both The CW and MyNetwork on the same feed (WKTC would be joined in September 2016 by FTS-owned WPWR-TV in Chicago, licensed to Gary, Indiana, and in July 2018 by WUAB in Cleveland, licensed to Lorain, Ohio, in carrying both netlets on their primary channel). In addition, WTVY in Dothan, Alabama, a CBS affiliate owned by Gray Television, now carries MyNetworkTV on a digital subchannel which was previously affiliated with UPN, and also added a third digital subchannel for The CW. WTOK-TV in Meridian, Mississippi, also owned by Gray, has added a secondary MyNetworkTV affiliation to its then-Fox-affiliated digital subchannel and added another digital subchannel for The CW, in addition to ABC on its main channel.

On July 12, 2006, the network announced the affiliation of CBS Corporation-owned UPN affiliates WBFS-TV in Miami, Florida and WUPL in New Orleans, Louisiana (the latter has since been sold to Belo) and The WB affiliate WTCN-CA in West Palm Beach, Florida (now owned by Sinclair).[2] This agreement is surprising considering that MyNetworkTV came to be as a retaliatory move to the merger of UPN and The WB into The CW. Also announced on the same day were affiliation agreements in four additional markets, including Denver's KTVD, a Gannett-owned station. In late July, MyNetworkTV added WZMY (now WWJE-DT) in Derry, New Hampshire (Boston-Manchester area), ending the long search for an affiliate in the Boston market; however, the station, which became WBIN-TV in May 2011, dropped the network and reverted to Independent status on September 19, 2011, with the programming service moving to CBS-owned WSBK-TV (which had shunned MyNetworkTV at its formation in 2006).

On August 11, 2006, MNTV announced on its affiliates' website the addition of four new stations—WNAC (which has since moved MyNetworkTV to their DT2 subchannel after carrying the programming service as secondary to its primary Fox affiliation), WNGT-LP (now WMNT-CD), WEPX/WPXU, and KMMF (now defunct).

On August 22, 2006, UPN station KAUT of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (previously owned by CBS Corporation, and owned by The New York Times Company at the time of MyNetworkTV's launch, now owned by Local TV LLC), which was erroneously announced in the original The CW press release as an affiliate for that network, was listed on MyNetworkTV's site as an affiliate. Shortly thereafter, an email from the station confirmed the same, and two days later MyNetworkTV confirmed it in the industry press. This officially gave the network full distribution in the top 50 markets.

Though KFDF-CA had previously been announced as the MyNetworkTV affiliate for the Fort Smith, Arkansas market (and is still listed as such on the MyNetworkTV website), its sister station KPBI-CA, which is losing its Fox affiliation, will assume the MyNetworkTV affiliation instead; KFDF-CA will instead join Retro Television Network. [1] (Due to the ownership change at KPBI, KFSM has picked up My Network for 5.2 as of Oct 1,2009. KFSM's owner, Local TV, closed on its purchase of full-power KPBI on January 5, 2012 through a "failing station" waiver and changed its call letters to KXNW; on that date KXNW's primary channel began simulcasting KFSM-DT2 (which also took on a secondary affiliation with Antenna TV in addition to its primary MyNetworkTV affiliation) and its DT2 subchannel began simulcasting KFSM's primary channel to expand the digital coverage of both stations to the entire Fort Smith–Fayetteville market.)

In the summer of 2009 as the network converted to a syndicated programming service, the network lost several affiliates due to two factors. The first was the aftermath of the digital transition of June 12 and the Equity Media Holdings bankruptcy, where several stations which had not completed their digital facilities ended broadcasting and had also been purchased at auction by the religious broadcaster Daystar Television Network. Those stations which were low-power and unaffected by the transition were quickly converted to Daystar or sold by Daystar to a second party, with the remainder to follow once the digital facilities were built. Several also went off the air completely upon not being sold.

The network also nullified all affiliation agreements to convert to a programming service, leading Ion Media Networks to end their carriage of the service on September 28, 2009 on three stations and resume carrying Ion Television full-time (those stations had been owned by another party which agreed to carry the network at the time of MyNetworkTV's launch, although they were managed by Ion directly). This led to MyNetworkTV's first agreement with CW affiliate WLMT in Memphis, Tennessee, where that station would only air WWE SmackDown and disregard the other four nights of their schedule in order to keep that program airing in one of WWE's strongest markets. Additionally, Pappas Telecasting-owned KDMI in Des Moines, Iowa also dropped MyNetworkTV and became a full-time This TV affiliate; sister station KCWI-TV, the market's CW affiliate, then began airing SmackDown in a similar arrangement to WLMT. The arrangements ended in October 2010 when the show moved to cable channel Syfy; thereafter, WLMT's Retro Television Network (RTV)-affiliated second digital subchannel picked up the entire MyNetworkTV lineup as a secondary affiliation. KDMI later rejoined MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation; however, effective December 1, 2014, the MyNetworkTV agreement in Des Moines transferred to KCCI's new subchannel 8.3. WLMT briefly dropped MyNetworkTV in June 2013 on the subchannel (MeTV had since replaced RTV for the remainder of the day) during a move to a new studio facility after an ownership change, leaving Memphis again without MyNetworkTV service; the service's programming has since returned to its lineup.

Sinclair-owned KMYS in San Antonio, Texas, swapped affiliations with former CW affiliate KCWX, becoming the first known instance of an affiliation swap between a CW affiliate and a MyNetworkTV affiliate in the same market since the formation of both "networks" in 2006.

As of March 4, 2019, sixteen media markets remain that lack their own in-market over-the-air MyNetworkTV affiliate, with nine media markets served by out-of-market affiliates through cable and satellite services.


Current affiliates

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City of license/Market Station Channel
Year of affiliation Former affiliationA Ownership
Secaucus, N.J.-New York City, N.Y. WWOR-TV 9 / 38 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Los Angeles, California KCOP-TV 13 / 13 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Gary, Indiana-Chicago, Illinois WPWR-TV 50 / 51², ¹¹ 2006 UPN
(The CW was the former primary from 2016-2019)
Fox Television Stations
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania WPHL-TV 17 / 17 2006 The WB Nexstar Media Group
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX KDFI 27 / 27 2006 Independent Fox Television Stations
San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA KRON-TV 4 / 38 2006 Independent Nexstar Media Group
Boston-Manchester, NH WSBK-TV 38 / 37 2011 UPN, Independent CBS Television Stations
Atlanta, Georgia WATL 36 / 25 2006 The WB Tegna
Washington, D.C. WDCA 20 / 35 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Houston, Texas KTXH 20 / 19 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Detroit, Michigan WMYD 20 / 31 2006 The WB E. W. Scripps Company
Phoenix, Arizona KUTP 45 / 26 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Seattle-Tacoma, WA KZJO 22 / 25 2006 The WB Fox Television Stations
Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL WTTA 38 / 32 2006 The WB Nexstar Media Group
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN WFTC-DT2 9.2¹ / 29 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Bemidji, Minnesota KFTC-DT2 26.2¹ / 26
(KFTC is a satellite of WFTC, Minneapolis-St. Paul)
Miami-Fort Lauderdale, FL WBFS-TV 33 / 32 2006 UPN CBS Television Stations
Denver, Colorado KTVD 20 / 31 2006 UPN Tegna
Shaker Heights-Cleveland-Akron, OH WOIO-DT2 19.2 / 10.2¹, ² 2019 MeTV
(MeTV is current primary)
Gray Television
Orlando-Daytona Beach, FL WRBW 65 / 41 2006 UPN Fox Television Stations
Sacramento, California KQCA 58 / 46 2006 The WB Hearst Television
St. Louis, Missouri KMOV-DT3 4.3¹ / 24 2014 New digital subchannel Meredith Corporation
Portland-Salem, OR-Vancouver, WA KPDX 49 / 30 2006 UPN Meredith Corporation
Charlotte-Rock Hill, S.C. WMYT-TV 55 / 39 2006 The WB Nexstar Media Group
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania WPNT 22 / 42 2006 The WB Sinclair Broadcast Group
Raleigh-Durham-Fayetteville, N.C. WRDC-TV 28 / 28 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Baltimore, Maryland WUTB 24 / 46 2006 UPN Deerfield Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Indianapolis, Indiana WNDY-TV 23 / 9 2006 UPN Circle City Broadcasting
San Diego, California KFMB-DT2 8.2¹, ² 2018 (The CW is current primary) Tegna
Nashville, Tennessee WUXP-TV 30 / 21 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Hartford-New Haven, CT WCTX 59 / 39 2006 UPN Nexstar Media Group
Kansas City, Missouri KSMO-TV 62 / 32 2006 The WB Meredith Corporation
St. George-Salt Lake City, UT KMYU 12.1 / 9 2009 This TV (former secondary) Sinclair Broadcast Group
Salt Lake City, Utah KUTV-DT2 2.2¹
Cincinnati, Ohio WSTR-TV 64 / 33 2006 The WB Deerfield Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Columbus, Ohio WSYX-DT2 6.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(This TV is current secondary)
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Milwaukee, Wisconsin WVTV-DT2 24.1 / 18.2 14 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C.-Asheville, N.C. WMYA-TV 40 / 14 2006 The WB Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated through local marketing agreement by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
San Antonio, Texas KCWX 2 / 5 2010 The CW Corridor Television
West Palm Beach, Florida WTCN-CD
2006 The WB Sinclair Broadcast Group
Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York, PA WHP-DT2 21.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel Sinclair Broadcast Group
Birmingham, Alabama WABM 68 / 36 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, MI WXSP-CD 15 / 15 2006 UPN Nexstar Media Group
Las Vegas, Nevada KVCW-DT2 33.2¹ / 29 2014 This TV Sinclair Broadcast Group
Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, VA WTVZ-TV 33 / 22 2006 The WB Sinclair Broadcast Group
Austin, Texas KBVO
14 / 27
14 / 31
2009 NBC Nexstar Media Group
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma KSBI 52 / 239 2012 Independent Griffin Communications
Albuquerque, New Mexico KASY-TV 50 / 36 2006 UPN Tamer Media
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Greensboro-High Point-Winston-Salem, N.C. WMYV 48 / 33 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Paragould, AR (Memphis, TN) KPMF-LD 26.1¹ 2016 Escape (June–October 2016)
DrTV (October 2016–January 2017)
AMGTV (January 2017–January 2018)
(Quest is current secondary)[3]
HC2 Holdings
Jacksonville, Florida WFOX-DT2 30.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Cox Media Group
Louisville, Kentucky WBKI-TV 58.3 / 51 ¹⁵ 2006 UPN Block Communications
Buffalo, New York WNYO-TV 49 / 49 2006 The WB Sinclair Broadcast Group
Slidell-New Orleans, LA WUPL 54 / 24 2006 UPN (former primary)
(CBS is current secondary)
Providence-New Bedford WPRI-DT2 12.2¹ 2017 TheCoolTV (October 22, 2010–July 2013)
Bounce TV (July 2013–October 2, 2017)
Nexstar Media Group
Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, PA WQMY
53 / 29
2006 The WB (primary)
UPN (secondary)
New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Fresno, California KAIL 7 / 7 2006 UPN Aperio Communications
Little Rock, Arkansas KARZ-TV 42 / 28 2006 The WB Nexstar Media Group
Richmond, Virginia WRLH-DT2 35.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
This TV (2008–2017)
(TBD is current secondary)[4][5]
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, New York WNYA 51 / 13 2006 UPN Hubbard Broadcasting
Knoxville, Tennessee WVLT-DT2 8.2¹ 2006 UPN
(Antenna TV is current secondary)[6]
Gray Television
Mobile, AL-Pensacola, FL WFGX 35 / 50 2006 Independent
(This TV is current secondary)
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Tulsa, Oklahoma KMYT-TV 41 / 34 2006 UPN Cox Media Group
Dayton, Ohio WRGT-DT2 45.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(Dabl is current secondary)
Cunningham Broadcasting
(operated through local marketing agreement by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Lexington, Kentucky WTVQ-DT2 36.2¹ 2006 24/7 Weather Morris Multimedia
Charleston-Huntington, W.V. WSAZ-DT2 3.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Fort Myers-Naples, Florida WINK-DT2 11.2¹, ² 2019 New digital subchannel
(Antenna TV is current primary)
Fort Myers Broadcasting Company
Danville-Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA WZBJ 24 / 18 2018 Cozi TV Gray Television
Lynchburg, Virginia WZBJ-CD 24 / 43
(WZBJ-CD is a satellite of WZBJ, Danville-Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA)
Religious independent
Tucson, Arizona KTTU 18 / 19 2006 UPN Tucker Operating Co.
(operated by Gray Television)
Wichita, Kansas KMTW 36 / 35 2006 UPN Mercury Broadcasting
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, MI WNEM-DT2 5.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel Meredith Corporation
Toledo, Ohio none (served by affiliates in Detroit, MI, Fort Wayne, IN, or Lima, OH)
Green Bay-Appleton, WI WACY-TV 32 / 36 2006 UPN E. W. Scripps Company
Honolulu, Hawaii KHII-TV 9 / 22 2006 The WB Nexstar Media Group
Des Moines, Iowa KCCI-DT3 8.3 / 8¹ 2014 New digital subchannel
(Heroes & Icons is current secondary)
Hearst Television
Springfield, Missouri KOZL-TV 27.1 / 28² 2014 Independent Nexstar Media Group
Spokane, Washington KAYU-DT2 28.2¹ 2015 New digital subchannel
(Antenna TV is current secondary)[7][8]
Stainless Broadcasting Company
Omaha, Nebraska KPTM-DT2 42.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(This TV is current secondary)
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Portland-Lewiston, ME WPXT-DT2 51.2¹, ² 2018 MeTV (2011–2018)
(Heroes & Icons is current primary)
Hearst Television
Columbia, South Carolina WKTC 63 / 39² 2006 (The WB was the former primary from 1997-2006)
(The CW was the former primary from 2006-2019)
Columbia Broadcasting
Huntsville-Decatur, AL WZDX-DT2 54.2¹ 2006 The WB Nexstar Media Group
Paducah, Kentucky WDKA
49 / 49
2006 The WB WDKA Acquisition Corporation
(operated through local marketing agreement by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Rochester, New York WBGT-CD 40 2006 UPN Vision Communications
Syracuse, New York WNYS-TV 43 / 44 2006 The WB Syracuse Broadcasting
(operated by Stainless Broadcasting Company)
Shreveport, Louisiana KSHV-TV 45 / 16 2006 The WB White Knight Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Champaign-Urbana-Springfield, IL WCIX 49 / 13 2006 UPN Nexstar Media Group
Madison, Wisconsin WISC-DT2 3.2¹ 2006 UPN Morgan Murphy Stations
Chattanooga, Tennessee WFLI-DT2 53.2¹ 2015 MeTV (former primary) New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen, TX KFXV-LD 67² 2012 (Fox is current primary) Entravision Communications
Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City-Dubuque, IA KCRG-DT2 9.2¹ 2011 News/Sports Gray Television
Bryan-College Station-Waco, TX KYLE-TV 28 / 28.1 2006 Fox (former primary) Nexstar Media Group
Waco-Temple-Bryan, TX KWKT-DT2 44 / 44.2¹ 2015 New digital subchannel
Jackson, Mississippi WLOO 35 / 36², ³ 2006 Fox Tougaloo College
(operated by American Spirit Media/Gray Television)
Tri-Cities, TN-VA none (served by WMYA-TV, Anderson, SC or WVLT-DT2, Knoxville, TN)
Colorado Springs-Pueblo, CO KKTV-DT2 11.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
South Bend, Indiana WMYS-LD 69 / 23 2006 Independent Weigel Broadcasting
Baton Rouge, Louisiana WBXH-CD
2006 UPN Gray Television
Burlington, VT-Plattsburgh, N.Y. WYCI 40 / 40 2018
Ion (2007–2009)
RTV (2009–2014)
Tuff TV (2014–2017)
(Heroes & Icons is current primary)
Gray Television
2.1² / 2.2² Independent (1998, 2000)
UPN (1998–2000)
America One (2000–2017)
Outside Television (2003–2013)
RTV (2013–2018)
(Heroes & Icons is current primary)
Cross Hill Communications, LLC
26.1² / 26.2²
(WYCU-LD is a satellite of WYCX-CD, Manchester-Londonderry, VT)
Gray Television
Savannah, Georgia WSAV-DT2 3.2¹ 2006 RTV (2006–2011)
MeTV (2011–2016)
(The CW Plus is current primary)
Nexstar Media Group
El Paso, Texas KDBC-DT2 4.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
This TV & ASN (July 2014–January 2017)
TBD & ASN (January 2017–August 2017)
(TBD & Stadium is current secondary)[11][12]
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Charleston, South Carolina WCIV 36.1 / 25 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Quad Cities, Illinois - Iowa WQAD-DT3 8.3¹ 2006 UPN Tegna
Fort Smith - Fayetteville, AR KFSM-DT2
18 / 5.2¹
25 / 34.1¹
(New digital subchannel for KFSM-DT2 & KXNW-DT1)
Nexstar Media Group
Greenville-New Bern-Washington, N.C. WITN-DT2 7.2¹ 2009 Weather Gray Television
State College, Pennsylvania WHVL-LD 29 / 27 2006 None Channel Communications
Evansville, Indiana WEEV-LD
44.2¹, ²
2006 New digital subchannel
(Fox is current primary)
Allen Media Broadcasting LLC
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina WBTW-DT2 13.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(Antenna TV is current secondary)
Nexstar Media Group
Tallahassee, Florida WFXU
6.2¹, ²
WFXU: RTV (former primary)
WCTV-DT2: UPN (former primary)
(This TV is former secondary)
(Decades is former secondary)
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Lincoln-Grand Island, NE KOLN-DT3

2006 UPN
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Fort Wayne, Indiana WPTA-DT3 21.3¹ 2016 New digital subchannel Quincy Media
Reno, Nevada KNSN-TV 21.1² / 20.3² 2006 UPN
(Sports-formatted Independent is current primary)
Deerfield Media
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Tyler-Longview, TX KTPN-LD
Independent White Knight Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Springfield-Holyoke, MA WGGB-DT2 40.2¹, ² 2006 (Fox is current primary) Meredith Corporation
Youngstown, Ohio WYTV-DT2
19.2¹ [13]
WYTV-DT2: New digital subchannel
WYFX-LD2: GetTV (February 1, 2016—April 22, 2018)
Vaughan Media
(operated through SSA by Nexstar Media Group)
Sioux Falls, South Dakota KELO-DT2 11.2¹ 2006 UPN Nexstar Media Group
Boise-Nampa, Idaho none
Augusta, Georgia WRDW-DT3 12.2¹ 2006 UPN Gray Television
Lansing-Jackson, MI WSYM-DT4 47.4¹ 2017 New digital subchannel[14][15] E. W. Scripps Company
Peoria, Illinois WAOE 59 2006 UPN Four Seasons Broadcasting
Montgomery-Selma, AL WDSF-LD 19.1 2015 None (new license)
DrTV (January 2014-January 2017)
AMGTV (January 2017–January 2018)
(Quest is current secondary)[16][17]
HC2 Holdings
Eugene, Oregon KEVU-CD
2006 Independent California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc.
Cadillac-Traverse City-Sault Ste. Marie, MI WXII-LP


America One (1996–2015)
UATV (2003–2006)
RTV (2008–2015)
(Cozi TV is current secondary)
Freelancer Television Broadcasting
Grand Forks-Fargo, N.D. none (limited cable-only service from WFTC/Minneapolis)
Macon, Georgia WMGT-DT2 41.2¹, ² 2006 New digital subchannel
(Bounce TV is current primary)
Morris Multimedia
Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo, CA KEYT-DT2 3.2¹, ² 2006 New digital subchannel
RTV (October 30, 2007 – April 18, 2017)
(News Now/Local News & Sports is current primary)[18][19]
News-Press & Gazette Company
Lafayette, Louisiana KADN-DT3 15.3¹, ¹² 2015 New digital subchannel Allen Media Broadcasting, LLC
Monterey-Salinas, CA KAAP-LD 2 2006 Independent Mirage Media 2
Bakersfield, California none (served by KCOP-TV/Los Angeles on cable)
Yakima-Kennewick, WA none
Columbus, Georgia WLTZ-DT3 38.3¹, ² 2017 New digital subchannel
(Antenna TV is current primary)[20]
SagamoreHill Broadcasting
Eau Claire-La Crosse, WI WKBT-DT2 8.2¹ 2006 UPN Morgan Murphy Stations
Corpus Christi, Texas KSCC-DT3 38.3¹ 2018 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Chico-Redding, CA KRVU-LD
2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Amarillo, Texas KCPN-LP
2006 Independent Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
(KAMR-DT2 is owned and operated by Nexstar)
Wilmington, North Carolina none (served by WMYA-TV/Anderson, SC on cable)
Tupelo-Columbus, MS WCBI-DT2 4.2¹ 2006 UPN Morris Multimedia
Rockford, Illinois WTVO-DT2 17.2¹ 2006 UPN Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Wausau, Wisconsin WSAW-DT2 7.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel Gray Television
Topeka, Kansas WIBW-DT2 13.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Columbia-Jefferson City, Missouri KMIZ-DT3 17.3¹ 2006 New digital subchannel News-Press & Gazette Company
Monroe, LA-El Dorado, AR KCWL-LD
40 / 40
8.3¹, ²
2017 New digital subchannel
(The CW Plus is current primary)
Gray Television
Duluth, MN-Superior, WI KBJR-DT3 6.3¹, ² 2006 UPN
Decades (September 2016–March 2017)
(Heroes & Icons is current primary)
Quincy Media
Chisholm, Minnesota KRII-DT3 11.3¹, ²
(KRII-TV is a satellite of KBJR-TV, Duluth, MN)
Medford, Oregon KFBI-LD 48 2006 UPN Stainless Broadcasting Company
Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX KBMT-LD 64 / 43 2010 Independent Tegna Media
Lubbock, Texas KMYL-LD
22 / 14.1
14 / 22.2¹
2010 New digital subchannel Woods Communications Corporation
Salisbury, Maryland WRDE-LD2 59 / 31.2¹, ², ¹³ 2014 New digital subchannel
(Cozi TV is current primary)
SagamoreHill Broadcasting
Erie, Pennsylvania none
Palm Springs, California KPSE-LD 50 / 29 2006 UPN Entravision Communications
Wichita Falls, Texas KJBO-LP
2006 UPN Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
(KFDX-DT2 is owned and operated by Nexstar)
Albany, Georgia WSWG-DT3 43.3¹
(WSWG-DT3 is a satellite of WSST-TV, Cordele, Georgia)
2006 New digital subchannel Marquee Broadcasting
(operated by Marquee Broadcasting Georgia, Inc.)
Cordele, Georgia WSST-TV 55.1 2019 Independent
Joplin, MO-Pittsburg, KS KPJO-LD 49.1¹ 2014 None (new license)
Antenna TV (February 2014–May 2019)
(Court TV is current secondary)
DTV America Corporation
Sioux City, Iowa KPTH-DT2 44.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(This TV is current secondary)
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Anchorage, Alaska KYES-TV 5 / 7 2006 UPN Gray Television
Midland-Odessa, Texas KTLE-LD6 7.6¹ 2019 UPN Gray Television
Terre Haute, Indiana WTHI-DT2 10.2¹, ², 2011 TheCoolTV
(Fox is current primary)
Heartland Media
Mason City, Iowa KIMT-DT2 3.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel Heartland Media
Bangor, Maine WFVX-LD
7.2¹, ²
2006 (Fox is current primary) Rockfleet Broadcasting
Oak Hill, W.V.
WVNS-DT2 59.2¹, ² 2006 (Fox is current primary) Nexstar Media Group
Panama City, Florida WECP-LD2 18.2¹ 2012 New digital subchannel Gray Television
Bismarck, North Dakota KBMY-DT3 17.3¹ 2015 WDAY'Z Xtra
(Syndicated/Storm Tracker/Local Sports is current secondary)[21]
Forum Communications
Minot, North Dakota KMCY-DT3 14.3¹
(KMCY is a satellite of KBMY, Bismarck, ND)
Binghamton, New York WBPN-LP
10 / 23
2006 UPN Stainless Broadcasting Company
Steubenville, OH-Wheeling, W.V. WTRF-DT2 7.2¹ 2007 New digital subchannel Nexstar Media Group
Gainesville, Florida WGFL-DT2 28.2¹ 2006 UPN (former primary)
The WB (former secondary)
New Age Media, LLC
(operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group)
Sherman, TX-Ada, OK KXII-DT2
None (new license)
Gray Television
Pocatello, Idaho KXPI-LD2 34.4 / 34.2¹, ², 8 2008 Telefutura
(Fox is current primary)
VistaWest Media
(operated through shared services agreement by News-Press & Gazette Company)
Idaho Falls, Idaho KIDK-DT2 36.4 / 3.2¹, ²
Biloxi-Gulfport, MS WXXV-TV 25.1¹, ², 7 2015 (Fox is current primary) Morris Multimedia
Yuma, AZ-El Centro, CA KECY-TV 9 / 9² 2006 (Fox is current primary) News-Press & Gazette Company
Abilene-Sweetwater, TX KXVA-DT2 15.2¹ 2006 UPN Tegna Media
Missoula, Montana KTMF-DT2 23.2¹, ² 2009 (Fox is current primary) Cowles Publishing Company
Kalispell, Montana KTMF-LD2 42.2¹, ²
(KTMF-LD is a satellite of KTMF, Missoula, MT)
Hattiesburg-Laurel, MS WHPM-LD3 23.3¹, ² 2015 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Waypoint Media, LLC
Clarksburg - Weston, W.V. none (served by WTRF-DT2, Wheeling, WV)
Dothan, Alabama WTVY-DT2 4.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Utica, New York WPNY-LP
2006 UPN Nexstar Media Group
(WUTR-DT2 is owned by Mission Broadcasting and operated by Nexstar)
Billings, Montana none
Quincy, IL - Hannibal, MO none
Rapid City, South Dakota KWBH-LP
2017 The CW (former primary) Jim Simpson
(operated through shared services agreement by Rapid Broadcasting Company)
Elmira-Corning, New York WJKP-LD
2006 None Vision Communications
Lake Charles, Louisiana KWWE-LD 19.1 2017 None (new license)
(MeTV is current secondary)[25][26]
Waypoint Media
Watertown, New York WVNC-LD2 45.2¹, ² 2017 New digital subchannel
(Antenna TV is current primary)[27]
SagamoreHill Broadcasting
Harrisonburg, Virginia WHSV-DT4 3.4¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Alexandria, Louisiana WNTZ-TV 48¹, ² 2006 (Fox is current primary) Nexstar Media Group
Marquette, Michigan WZMQ-DT2 19.2¹, ² 2009 Antenna TV (former primary)
This TV (current primary)
Walnut Ridge, AR (Jonesboro, AR) KJNB-LD3 39.3¹, ² 2018 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current primary)
Waypoint Media, LLC
Jonesboro, Arkansas KJNE-LD3 42.3¹, ²
(KJNE-LD is a satellite of KJNB-LD, Walnut Ridge/Jonesboro, AR)
Bowling Green-Glasgow, Kentucky WDNZ-LD 11.1 / 11.3 Late 2019 or
Early 2020
None (new license) News Publishing, LLC[28]
Jackson, Tennessee WNBJ-LD3 39.3¹, ² 2019 None (new license)
(Heroes & Icons is current primary)
SagamoreHill of Jackson, LLC(operated through shared services agreement by SagamoreHill Broadcasting)
Charlottesville, Virginia none (served by WRLH-DT2, Richmond, VA)
Grand Junction-Montrose, CO KGJT-CD
2006 UPN Nexstar Media Group
Meridian, Mississippi WTOK-DT2 11.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel Gray Television
Laredo, Texas KXOF-CD 31.1¹, ² 2018 (Fox is current primary) Entravision Communications
Greenwood-Greenville, MS WHCQ-LD 8.1 2011 Youtoo TV (to 2015)
America One (to 2015)
Gulf South Conference TV
(This TV is current secondary)
Ellington Broadcasting
Lafayette, Indiana WPBY-LD2 35.2¹, ² 2018 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current primary)[29]
Star City Broadcasting
Bend, Oregon KUBN-LD 50
(KUBN-LD is a satellite of KPDX, Portland, OR)
2006 UPN Meredith Corporation
Butte, Montana KWYB-DT2 18.2¹, ² 2009 (Fox is current primary)³ Cowles Publishing Company
Bozeman, Montana KWYB-LD2 28.2¹, ²
(KWYB-LD is a satellite of KWYB, Butte, MT)
Great Falls, Montana KFBB-DT2 5.2¹, ² 2008 (Fox is current primary)³ Cowles Publishing Company
Twin Falls, Idaho KSVT-LD
11.3¹, ²
2012 The CW (former primary)
Fox (current primary)
Gray Television
Parkersburg, West Virginia WIYE-LD2 47.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Eureka, California KECA-LD2 29.2¹ 2006 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group
Casper-Riverton, WY KWYF-LD
2015 Fox, UPN, The CW
(MeTV is current secondary)[30][31][32][26]
Wyomedia Corporation
San Angelo, Texas KIDY-DT2 6.2¹ 2006 New digital subchannel Tegna Media
Cheyenne, WY - Scottsbluff, NE KLWY-DT3
(simulcast of KWYF-LD)
(KLWY-DT3 is a satellite of KWYF-LD, Casper, WY)
2015 Fox, UPN, The CW
(MeTV is current secondary)[33][26]
Wyomedia Corporation
Mankato, Minnesota K23MF-D 23
(K23MF-D is a satellite of WFTC, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN)[34][35][36]
2012 None (new license) Cooperative Television Of Northern Minnesota
Ottumwa, IA - Kirksville, MO none
St. Joseph, Missouri none (served by KSMO-TV, Kansas City, MO)
Lima, Ohio WLIO-DT2 8.2¹, ² 2008 The CW (former primary)
Fox (current primary)
Block Communications
Fairbanks, Alaska KFXF-LD
2017 Fox[41]
(MeTV is current primary)[42][43]
Gray Television
Zanesville, Ohio none (served by WSYX-DT2, Columbus, OH)
Presque Isle, Maine none (served by WFVX-LD, Bangor, ME)
Victoria, Texas none (served by KTXH, Houston, TX)
Helena, Montana KHBB-LD2 21.2¹, ²
(KHBB-LD is a satellite of KFBB-TV, Great Falls, MT)
2008 (Fox is current primary)³ Cowles Publishing Company
Juneau, Alaska KCBJ-LP 15
(KCBJ-LP is a satellite of KYES-TV, Anchorage, AK)
2008 None (new license) Gray Television
Alpena, Michigan WBKB-DT2 11.2¹, ² 2009 (Fox is current primary) Marks Radio Group
North Platte, Nebraska KNPL-LD2 25.2¹ 2013 New digital subchannel
(MeTV is current secondary)
Gray Television
Glendive, Montana none
Cayey, PR W34ED-D 34.1 2015 None (new license) TV Red de Puerto Rico, Inc.


  • A This column indicates the station's (or subchannel's, where applicable) network affiliation prior to MyNetworkTV's launch. All networks shown were the station's full, primary affiliation unless noted otherwise.
  • ¹ These stations carry MyNetworkTV on a digital subchannel viewable to anyone with a digital television; their digital mapping locations are shown.
  • ² These stations carry MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation.
  • ³ This market's Fox affiliation switched from WUFX-TV to WDBD on July 3.[2] (Note: Chip cites a story in the Clarion-Ledger.)
  • ⁴ Has been carried on a digital subchannel of KFXK-TV, since June 2008.
  • ⁵ Station became a 100% repeater of KREX-TV in January 2008, following a fire at that station's studios; KGJT returned to its own schedule in Fall 2008.
  • ⁶ This station's subchannel launched on September 1, 2011, replacing TheCoolTV. The MyNetworkTV affiliation is secondary to the subchannel's primary Fox affiliation.
  • 7 Moved from a cable-only station, which launched on July 1, 2012 upon WXXV digital subchannel 25.2 changing its affiliation from MyNetworkTV to NBC.[44]
  • 8 This station added a primary Fox affiliation on July 1, 2012 while retaining MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation.[45]
  • 9 KSBI replaced KAUT-TV as Oklahoma City's MyNetworkTV affiliate, effective September 17, 2012; KAUT reverted into an Independent station with an informal secondary Antenna TV affiliation.[46][47]
  • 10 WISE-DT2 relinquished its primary Fox affiliation to WFFT-TV (the network's original Fort Wayne affiliate from 1986 to 2011) on March 1, 2013; WISE-DT2 reverted to a sole MyNetworkTV affiliate on that date.
  • ¹¹ Became a CW affiliate on September 1, 2016. WPWR-TV continues to carry MyNetworkTV as a secondary affiliation.[48][49]
  • ¹² Moved from sister station KLAF-LD, which became an NBC affiliate July 1, 2015.
  • ¹³ Moved from its main subchannel, which became an NBC affiliate in June 2014.[50]
  • ¹⁴ This station was formerly a separate full-power station as WCGV-TV until January 2018, when its license was turned in to the FCC after the selling of its spectrum in the 2016 auction and its subchannels merged with WVTV's in an aborted attempt to acquire WITI as part of the abandoned Tribune Media merger. However, it retains its former channel number as a separately-licensed station.
  • ¹⁵ WBKI-DT3 was originally a charter affiliate of MyNetworkTV on its primary channel as WMYO, but switched its primary affiliation to an existing subchannel of The CW on February 12, 2018 and changed its calls to WBKI-TV that day, with the WMYO schedule being downgraded to the third subchannel. This was done mainly to allow that CW channel full market coverage on cable and satellite providers.

Former affiliates

Market Station Former NetworkA Ownership Status
Boston-Manchester-Derry, N.H. WBIN-TV 50 Independent Carlisle One Media
(managed by New Age Media, LLC)
Ended agreement with network and resumed independent status on September 19, 2011; replaced by WSBK-TV. The station changed its call letters to WWJE-DT in 2018.
Lorain-Cleveland WUAB 43 UPN Gray Television Relegated its MyNetworkTV affiliation to secondary status July 16, 2018 in favor of The CW and left MyNetworkTV entirely January 29, 2019; replaced by sister station WOIO's DT2 subchannel.
East St. Louis-St. Louis WRBU 46 UPN Roberts Broadcasting Became Ion Television owned-and-operated station on February 10, 2014; affiliation moved to KMOV-DT3 on November 17, 2014.
San Diego, CA-Tijuana/Tecate, Baja California, Mexico XHDTV-TDT 49 UPN Televisora Alco
(operated by Entravision Communications)
Ended agreement with network, dropped all English-language programming, and joined Milenio Television in September 2018; MyNetworkTV programming moved to KFMB-TV's CW-affiliated second subchannel as a secondary affiliation.
Salt Lake City KJZZ-TV 14 Independent Larry H. Miller Communications Corp. Ended agreement with network and resumed Independent status on August 18, 2008;
network was programmed after midnight on this station due to sports and news coverage, and station never explicitly branded with the network
Cedar City-St. George-Salt Lake City KCSG 14 America One Southwest Media, LLC Affiliation moved to KMYU/KUTV-DT2 in fall 2010; later affiliated with RTV full-time; now a Heroes & Icons affiliate
San Antonio KMYS 35 The WB Sinclair Broadcast Group Swapped affiliations with KCWX and became a CW affiliate on August 30, 2010.
Las Vegas KVMY 21 The WB Sinclair Broadcast Group Affiliation transferred to KVCW's second digital subchannel on November 1, 2014; now an Antenna TV affiliate
Austin KNVA 54 The WB LIN Television Became affiliated solely with The CW on October 21, 2009; was a secondary affiliate airing the network immediately after CW programming. Mother station KXAN-TV converted its Llano satellite station KBVO to a full MyNetworkTV station serving the Austin market on September 28, 2009.
Oklahoma City KAUT-TV 43 UPN Local TV Affiliation moved to KSBI on September 17, 2012; reverted to independent status thereafter and added informal secondary affiliation with Antenna TV
Memphis WPXX-TV 50 ION Television ION Media Networks Returned to airing Ion Television full-time September 28, 2009
WLMT-DT2 30.2¹ Variety Television
Nexstar Media Group Returned to airing MeTV full-time October 2016; replaced by KPMF-LD in Paragould, Arkansas, which eventually moved to the same tower WLMT transmits from[3][51]
Providence-New Bedford WNAC-DT2 64.2¹ 24-hour weather
("Eyewitness News Pinpoint Weather Station")
Super Towers, Inc. (WNAC, LLC) - Nexstar Media Group Moved on October 1, 2017 to WPRI-DT2 as part of complications involving Nexstar's purchase of CW affiliate WLWC's programming and intellectual unit due to the spectrum auction. WLWC's main programming moved to WNAC-DT2, with the MyNetworkTV schedule formerly seen there moved to WPRI-DT2.[52][53][54][55]
Troy, New York
WNYA-CA 15 UPN Venture Technologies Group Former repeater for WNYA's primary channel; switched to Antenna TV, via WNYA's secondary channel, on April 19, 2011. The station became WEPT-CA in 2013.
Lexington, Kentucky WBLU-LP 62 Independent Equity Broadcasting Became a full-time Retro Television Network affiliate in 2008;[56] temporarily went dark on or about July 22, 2008 due to "intermittent signal delivery issues".[57] Went dark permanently on March 4, 2009. Station was sold to the Daystar Television Network but never resumed broadcasting since that time. The station's license was cancelled on June 25, 2010.
Fort Myers/Naples, Florida "WNFM 8"
(cable only)
UPN Comcast Ceased broadcasting on July 1, 2015, making Naples/Fort Myers the largest market to not have a MyNetworkTV affiliate.[citation needed] On March 4, 2019, in-market access to the MyNetworkTV network was restored to Naples/Fort Myers, when WINK-TV started carrying MyNetworkTV programming as a secondary affiliation to Antenna TV on their second subchannel, filling in programming for all time slots outside of the MyNetworkTV programming schedule with the Antenna TV schedule[58]; the launch of this latest MyNetworkTV affiliate marked the start of the Naples/Fort Myers market's first time ever over-the-air access to the MyNetworkTV network.
Roanoke-Lynchburg, Virginia WDBJ-DT2 7.2 Independent Gray Television Affiliation transferred to WLHG-CD on June 15, 2018, with an interim simulcast on WDBJ-DT3 until WZBJ took on the affiliation September 1, 2018
Toledo WMNT-CD 58 UPN Matrix Broadcast Group, Inc. Dropped MyNetworkTV and began airing infomercials; MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Toledo market.
Des Moines KDMI 19 N/A Pappas Telecasting Companies Became a full-time This TV affiliate in 2014 when affiliation moved to KCCI's subchannel.
Des Moines-Ames, Iowa KCWI-TV 23 N/A Station aired only WWE SmackDown from the network until September 11, 2010 (when it reverted to being a sole CW affiliate) and declined the remainder of the network's lineup.
Springfield, Missouri KWBM 31 The WB Equity Broadcasting Sold in bankruptcy to Daystar and switched to that network in July 2009.
Spokane, Washington KXMN-LP 11 / 9.2
KXLY-DT2 4.2¹
New digital subchannel Morgan Murphy Stations Switched affiliation to MeTV in October 2012.
Portland-Lewiston, ME WPME 35 UPN Ironwood Communications On March 22, 2018,[59] MyNetworkTV, Escape, and Laff programming was moved to the third, fourth, and fifth subchannels of co-owned WPXT, in light of their sale of WPME to Ion Media Networks.[60][61]
WPXT-DT3 51.3¹ Escape By the end of October 2018, Escape (now Court TV Mystery) moved back to WPXT's third subchannel, replacing "WPME"; thus, shifting MyNetworkTV to secondary status on WPXT's second subchannel carrying H&I. WPXT-DT2 airs MyNetworkTV programming as a secondary affiliation to Heroes & Icons, filling in programming for all time slots outside of the MyNetworkTV programming schedule with the H&I schedule, an arrangement similar to the setup for the third subchannel of sister-station, KCCI in Des Moines, Iowa (except that with KCCI-DT3, the H&I affiliation is secondary to MyNetworkTV).[62]
Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City-Dubuque, IA KWKB 20² The WB KM Communications Dropped the network and became a full-time CW affiliate in September 2011.
Kingsport, TN (Tri-Cities, TN-VA) WAPK-CD 36 UPN Glenwood Communications Corporation Affiliation transferred to sister station WKPT-TV February 1, 2016 when WKPT-TV lost its ABC affiliation to WJHL-DT2; switched affiliations to MeTV.
WKPT-TV 19 ABC Dropped MyNetworkTV in favor of Cozi TV in January 2017 after the station's ownership elected to focus the programming streams of both WKPT-TV and WAPK-CD exclusively on "nostalgia-based programming"; MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Tri-Cities market.[63]
Burlington, VT-Plattsburgh, N.Y. WGMU-LP 39 UPN Equity Broadcasting Station was silent for several months in 2009 due to financial difficulties of Equity. Station was later sold in an auction to Convergence Media and became a satellite of RTV affiliate WNMN. Network affiliation moved to a new WNMN subchannel in mid-2010. WGMU-LP's license was cancelled by the FCC on March 12, 2015 for failure to broadcast for a year.
WNMN 40.3¹ New digital subchannel CEC Media Group As of 2017, WYCI offered no subchannels other than its primary Retro TV channel, until sometime in 2018 when they eventually resumed operations of their DT2 subchannel, this time offering the Decades service; meanwhile, as of April 1, 2017, the affiliation of their primary channel had been switched to Heroes & Icons.[64] On September 3, 2018, MyNetworkTV programming returned to the Burlington-Plattsburgh market, ironically over the very station that had formerly offered it on their DT3 subchannel, this time on their primary channel as a secondary affiliation to H&I, filling in programming for all time slots outside of the MyNetworkTV programming schedule with the H&I schedule.[65] To expand over-the-air access to H&I and MyNetworkTV programming, Retro TV programming was eventually replaced on WYCX-CD/WYCU-LD so that that programming could also be simulcast over those feeds to serve viewers in those regions but also be offered in 720p.[66][67]
Savannah, Georgia WSAV-DT3 3.3¹ 24/7 Weather Nexstar Media Group After the move of MeTV to WJCL-DT2 in the fall of 2019, MeTV and MyNetworkTV programming on WSAV-DT3 was replaced with Court TV, and MyNetworkTV's schedule was shifted onto WSAV-DT2 to overlay the national late night paid programming carried as part of The CW Plus schedule.[68]
Greenville-New Bern-Washington, N.C. WEPX 38
Ion Television Ion Media Returned to airing ION Television full-time September 28, 2009.[citation needed]
Evansville, Indiana WTSN-LP 63 UPN Evansville Low Power Partnership Ended partnership with WEVV-TV in May 2009, with WEVV-DT2 taking over as affiliate for the market. Station flash-cut to digital as WTSN-CD (on channel 36) and affiliated with America One full-time in June 2009; switched to MeTV in mid-November 2011.
Fort Wayne, Indiana WISE-DT2 33.2¹ New digital subchannel
(Fox (primary 8/11/2011-2/13/2013)10)
SagamoreHill Broadcasting
(operated by Quincy Media)
Affiliation moved to WPTA-DT3 August 1, 2016 as a result of a gradual winding-down of a SSA between Quincy Newspapers, owners of ABC affiliate WPTA and SagamoreHill Broadcasting, owners of WISE-TV; now a local weather channel.
Boise-Nampa, Idaho KTRV-TV 12.2¹ New digital subchannel Block Communications Affiliation transferred to KTRV's primary channel on January 23, 2012; now a full MeTV affiliate.[69]
KTRV-TV 12 Independent Began transitioning to an Ion Television affiliation in September 2016;[70] MyNetworkTV remained in prime time as a secondary affiliation until early 2017. The station now carries Ion Television full-time; MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Boise market.
Jackson-Lansing, Michigan WHTV 18 UPN Venture Technologies Group In April 2017, WHTV announced that it would shut down on April 30, 2017, later revised to May 17, 2017, and then May 31, 2017, following the Federal Communications Commission's incentive auction.[71] The station sold its spectrum for $13,906,280.[72] The MyNetworkTV affiliation was dropped prior to the shutdown date. On October 9, 2017 at 5:00AM (ET), former LMA partner WSYM-TV returned much of WHTV's programming, including MyNetworkTV, to the market on a new fourth subchannel.[14][15]
Montgomery, Alabama WRJM-TV 67 UPN Josie Park Broadcasting Converted to American Music Video Network (now The Country Network) in April 2009, then switched to WeatherNation in 2011. The station was subsequently renamed WIYC and became an affiliate of Cozi TV.
Lafayette, Louisiana KLAF-LD 46 UPN Nexstar Media Group Affiliation transferred to a third digital subchannel of sister station KADN-TV July 1, 2015; now an NBC affiliate.
Bakersfield, California KUVI-DT 45 UPN Univision Communications, Inc. Became a new affiliate of the Justice Network on September 11, 2017; MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Bakersfield, California market.
Yakima-Kennewick, WA KAPP-DT2 35.2¹
KVEW-DT2 42.2¹
New digital subchannel Morgan Murphy Stations Switched affiliation to MeTV in October 2012.
Columbus, Georgia WXTX 54 Fox American Spirit Media
(operated through shared services agreement by Raycom Media)
Dropped network and reverted to a sole Fox affiliate in early 2012. MyNetworkTV had no affiliation in the Columbus market until October 2017 when NBC affiliate WLTZ signed on a new third subchannel carrying MyNetworkTV programming as a secondary affiliation to Antenna TV, filling in programming for all time slots outside of the MyNetworkTV programming schedule with the Antenna TV schedule.[20]
Corpus Christi, Texas KTOV-LP 21 UPN Sinclair Broadcast Group License cancelled by FCC on April 3, 2018
Wilmington, North Carolina "WMYW" 47 New sign-on WBHQ Columbia, LLC Station shut down in the late 2010s. MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Wilmington market.
Fargo-Grand Forks, North Dakota KCPM 27 UPN Central Plains Media Left the air due to the station losing access to its licensed transmitter site. MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliate in the Fargo & Grand Forks market.
Monroe, Louisiana KEJB 43 UPN KM Communications Left the air June 4, 2010 due to equipment failure. License canceled on December 22, 2010 for not filing for a license to cover its digital facilities.
West Monroe/Monroe, Louisiana KMCT-TV 39 Pax TV First Assembly of God of West Monroe In late August 2016, KMCT began operating at full power, but eventually decided to drop secular programming and become a religious independent also carrying Sonlife on their second subchannel. The service was unavailable in the market until late 2017, when CW Plus affiliate KCWL-LD and KNOE-DT3 picked it up for overnight airing in late night, replacing network-overlaid paid programming.[73]
Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX KUMY-LD 22 Independent Minority Broadcasting Company, LLC Converted to the Retro Television Network (RTV) on October 1, 2010.
Salisbury, Maryland-Dover, Delaware WRDE-LD 31 America One Price Hill Television LLC Primary affiliate, with Retro Television Network (later Cozi TV) as a secondary affiliation. Affiliation transferred to WRDE-LD's second digital subchannel in June 2014; now affiliated with NBC.
Midland-Odessa, Texas KOSA-DT2 7.2¹ UPN Gray Television Gray Television moved the affiliation to KTLE-LP's sixth digital subchannel on January 2, 2019, after selling KWES-TV to Tegna Media; now a simulcast of the market's CW+ affiliate, KCWO-TV, to expand the network's over-the-air reach within that media market.
Gainesville, Florida WMYG-LP 11 UPN (former primary)
The WB (former secondary)
Sinclair Broadcast Group The broadcast license for WMYG-LP was cancelled on November 18, 2015; therefore, this station's signal is now exclusive to WGFL-DT2.[74][75]
Gulfport-Biloxi, Mississippi WXXV-DT2 25.2¹ New digital subchannel Morris Multimedia Affiliation transferred to cable-only status in June 2012; now affiliated with NBC.
EXXV-TV New cable-only station Shut down in January 2015 when WXXV acquired CW affiliate "WBGP" from Cable ONE and moved it to both a new third digital subchannel and the cable channel spot formerly occupied by EXXV-TV. MyNetworkTV was then moved to WXXV as a secondary affiliation.
Missoula, Montana KMMF 17² Fox Equity Broadcasting Station's intellectual assets sold in April 2009 to Max Media, which purchased the assets at auction solely for acquiring the Fox affiliation. Fox moved to a KTMF subchannel in July 2009, and KMMF was shut down on June 12, 2009 due to lack of digital facilities constructed by Equity, with MyNetworkTV not picked up. The MyNetworkTV affiliation is now on KTMF's Fox subchannel as its secondary affiliation.
Rapid City, South Dakota KKRA-LP 24 Ion Television Jim Simpson
(operated through shared services agreement by Rapid Broadcasting Company)
Became a repeater of the main signal from full-power NBC affiliate KNBN in 2009. MyNetworkTV transferred to that station's new third subchannel.
KNBN-DT3 21.3¹ New digital subchannel After at first being offered as a 480i 4:3 SD feed on KNBN-DT3 (with KNBN-DT2 also being aired in standard definition), KNBN's former DT3 feed eventually became a cable-exclusive service (courtesy of KNBN discontinuing its over-the-air DT3 feed due to the newly-arising bandwidth limitations that had likely surfaced after the upgrade of their over-the-air feed of KNBN-DT2 into 720p HD). Eventually, this station had unexpectedly fallen silent sometime in 2015. By Mid-2017, MyNetworkTV assumed affiliation over former CW+ affiliate, KWBH-LP, which is simulcast over KNBN-DT2.[22]
Marquette, Michigan WZMQ 19 Fox (former primary)
UPN (former secondary)
MMMRC, LLC Joined MeTV in May 2011 and replaced by WZMQ-DT2.
Bowling Green-Glasgow, Kentucky WCZU-LD 39² New digital subchannel DTV America Corporation Ended affiliation in October 2019 to carry Court TV full-time. MyNetworkTV moved its affiliation in Bowling Green/Brownsville/Glasgow to an upcoming Glasgow-licensed low-powered station, WDNZ-LD, projected to sign on sometime in either late 2019 or early 2020,[76] temporarily leaving the market without a local MyNetworkTV affiliation.
Jackson, Tennessee WYJJ-LD 27² New digital subchannel DTV America Corporation Ended affiliation in September 2019 to carry Court TV full-time. MyNetworkTV moved its affiliation in Jackson, Tennessee to a secondary affiliation to H&I on the third subchannel of WNBJ-LD.[77]
Charlottesville, Virginia WAHU-CD2 27.2 New digital subchannel Gray Television Ended affiliation in January 2019 to carry MeTV full-time. MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Charlottesville market.
Laredo, Texas KXOF-CD 39² New digital subchannel Entravision Communications KETF-CD and sister station KXOF-CD swapped call letters on December 13, 2018.[78][79] At that time, the then-UniMás-affiliated KXOF-CD (formerly KETF-CD) swapped their .1 affiliation with their co-owned then dual Fox/MyNetworkTV and Azteca América affiliated KETF-CD (formerly KXOF-CD); as a result, KETF-CD now serves as the market's dual UniMás/Azteca América-affiliated station while, meanwhile, the market's Fox/MyNetworkTV affiliate retains its KXOF-CD call letters.[80][81] After having served as the market's Fox/MyNetworkTV affiliate since 2006, KETF-CD (formerly KXOF-CD) is now the market's dual UniMás/Azteca América-affiliated station.
Great Falls, Montana KLMN 26 UPN Equity Broadcasting Became a Fox affiliate in May 2007. Station sold in April 2009 to Max Media at auction, which bought the station solely for acquiring the Fox affiliation. Fox moved to a KFBB-TV subchannel in July 2009, and KLMN was shut down on June 12, 2009 due to lack of digital facilities constructed by Equity. The MyNetworkTV affiliation is now on KFBB's Fox subchannel as its secondary affiliation.
Cheyenne, Wyoming KDEV-LP 40 ABC Fusion Communications Became a MeTV affiliate in 2011.
Lima, Ohio WOHL-CA 25² Fox Block Communications Disaffiliated from MyNetworkTV due to Fox's intentions to affiliate with rival NBC affiliate WLIO's second digital subchannel, which operated at full-power. A dispute filed against the change by Metro Video Productions, WOHL-CA's owners, was settled when the company agreed to sell its stations (WOHL-CA, WLMO-LP and WLQP-LP) to Block Communications, WLIO's owners. Flash-cut to digital as WOHL-CD on June 12, 2009 and became an ABC affiliate (with CBS on DT2) on September 28, 2009 when Block Communications temporarily ceased analog operations on those networks' respective affiliates, WLQP-LP and WLMO-LP.
Victoria, Texas KXTS-LD 41 UPN Morgan Murphy Stations Became a CBS affiliate on September 12, 2011; MyNetworkTV no longer has an affiliation in the Victoria market.
Juneau, Alaska K17HC 17 UPN Fireweed Communications, LLC As of 2017, K17HC no longer appears in the FCC database,[82] though KCBJ-LP continues to translate KYES-TV/Anchorage under its current Gray Television ownership.[83]


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