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List of United States television markets

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Map of U.S. television media markets
Map of U.S. television media markets

This is a list of television media markets in the United States, with a total of 110,244,650 households. Network owned-and-operated stations are highlighted in bold.

Rank Market State Counties
(or county-equivalents)
covered
TV households (2018–19) Local ABC affiliate Local CBS affiliate Local CW affiliate Local Fox affiliate Local NBC affiliate Other significant stations
1 New York New York 7,100,300 (6.441%) WABC-TV 7 WCBS-TV 2 WPIX 11 WNYW 5 WNBC 4 WFTY-DT 67 (Justice)
WFUT-DT 68 (UniMás)
WLNY-TV 55 (Independent)
WPXN-TV 31 (Ion)
WTBY-TV 54 (TBN)
WNJU 47 (Telemundo)
WWOR-TV 9 (MyNetworkTV)
WXTV 41 (Univision)
WJLP 33 (MeTV)
2 Los Angeles California Inyo, Kern (Sierra Nevada), Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside (except Coachella Valley), San Bernardino, Ventura 5,276,600 (4.786%) KABC-TV 7 KCBS-TV 2 KTLA 5 KTTV 11 KNBC 4 KCAL-TV 9 (Independent)
KCOP-TV 13 (MyNetworkTV)
KFTR-DT 46 (UniMás)
KMEX 34 (Univision)
KVEA 52 (Telemundo)
KPXN-TV 30 (Ion)
KTBN-TV 40 (TBN)
KAZA-TV 54 (MeTV)
3 Chicago Illinois 3,251,370 (2.949%) WLS-TV 7 WBBM-TV 2 WPWR-TV 50 (CW/MyNetworkTV)[1] WFLD 32 WMAQ-TV 5 WGBO-DT 66 (Univision)
WGN-TV 9 (Independent)
WWME-CD 23 (MeTV)
WCIU-TV 26 (Independent)
WMEU-CD 48 (Independent)
WWTO-TV 35 (TBN)
WCPX-TV 38 (Ion)
WSNS-TV 44 (Telemundo)
WXFT-DT 60 (UniMás)
4 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 2,816,850 (2.555%) WPVI-TV 6 KYW-TV 3 WPSG 57 WTXF-TV 29 WCAU 10 WFPA-CD 28 (UniMás)
WPHL-TV 17 (MyNetworkTV)
WUVP-DT 65 (Univision)
WWSI 62 (Telemundo)
WGTW-TV 48 (TBN)
WPPX-TV 61 (Ion)
WDPN-TV 2 (MeTV)
5 Dallas-Fort Worth Texas Anderson, Bosque, Collin, Comanche, Cooke, Dallas, Delta, Denton, Ellis, Erath, Fannin, Freestone, Hamilton, Henderson, Hill, Hood, Hopkins, Hunt, Jack, Johnson, Kaufman, Lamar, Montague, Navarro, Palo Pinto, Parker, Rains, Rockwall, Somervell, Tarrant, Van Zandt, Wise 2,622,070 (2.378%) WFAA 8 KTVT 11 KDAF 33 KDFW 4 KXAS-TV 5 KDFI 27 (MyNetworkTV)
KSTR-DT 49 (UniMás)
KTXA 21 (Independent)
KUVN-DT 23 (Univision)
KXTX-TV 39 (Telemundo)
KPXD-TV 68 (Ion)
KDTX-TV 58 (TBN)
6 Washington (Hagerstown) District of Columbia 2,482,480 (2.252%) WJLA-TV 7 WUSA 9 WDCW 50 WTTG 5 WRC-TV 4 WDCA 20 (MyNetworkTV)
WDVM-TV 25 (Independent)
WFDC-DT 14 (Univision)
WJAL 68 (LATV)
WMDO-CD 47 (UniMás)
WZDC-CD 44 (Telemundo)
WPXW-TV 66 (Ion)
W22DA (3ABN)
W42CK (3ABN)
7 Houston Texas Austin, Brazoria, Calhoun, Chambers, Colorado, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Harris, Jackson, Liberty, Matagorda, Montgomery, Polk, San Jacinto, Walker, Waller, Washington, Wharton 2,423,360 (2.198%) KTRK-TV 13 KHOU 11 KIAH 39 KRIV 26 KPRC-TV 2 KFTH-DT 67 (UniMás)
KXLN-DT 45 (Univision)
KTXH 20 (MyNetworkTV)
KTMD 47 (Telemundo)
KPXB-TV 49 (Ion)
KETH-TV 14 (TBN)
8 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose California Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano (west), Sonoma 2,414,470 (2.19%) KGO-TV 7 KPIX-TV 5 KBCW 44 KTVU 2 KNTV 11 KDTV 14 (Univision)
KFSF-DT 66 (UniMás)
KICU-TV 36 (Independent)
KRON-TV 4 (MyNetworkTV)
KSTS 48 (Telemundo)
KKPX-TV 65 (Ion)
KOFY-TV 20 (Independent)
9 Boston (Manchester) Massachusetts 2,364,870 (2.145%) WCVB-TV 5
WMUR-TV 9
WBZ-TV 4 WLVI 56 WFXT 25 WBTS-LD 8/WYCN-CD 15/WNEU-DT2 60.2 WHDH 7 (Independent)
WNEU 60 (Telemundo)
WSBK-TV 38 (MyNetworkTV)
WUNI 66 (Univision)
WUTF-DT 27 (UniMás)
WBPX-TV 68 (Ion)
10 Atlanta Georgia 2,341,390 (2.124%) WSB-TV 2 WGCL-TV 46 WUPA 69 WAGA-TV 5 WXIA-TV 11 WATL 36 (MyNetworkTV)
WPCH-TV 17 (Independent)
WUVG-DT 34 (Univision)
WPXA-TV 14 (Ion)
WHSG-TV 63 (TBN)
WKTB-CD 47 (Telemundo)
11 Tampa-St. Petersburg (Sarasota) Florida Citrus, Hardee, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota 1,875,420 (1.701%) WFTS-TV 28
WWSB 40
WTSP 10 WTOG 44 WTVT 13 WFLA-TV 8 WFTT-DT 62 (UniMás)
WMOR-TV 32 (Independent)
WTTA 38 (MyNetworkTV)
WVEA-TV 50 (Univision)
WRMD-CD 49 (Telemundo)
WXPX-TV 66 (Ion)
W05CO (3ABN)
12 Phoenix (Prescott) Arizona Apache (southern third), Coconino, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai 1,864,420 (1.691%) KNXV-TV 15 KPHO-TV 5 KASW 61 KSAZ-TV 10 KPNX 12/ KNAZ-TV 2 KFPH-DT 13 (UniMás)
KUTP 45 (MyNetworkTV)
KTVK 3 (Independent)
KTVW-DT 33/KTVW-CD 6/KDOS-LD 50 (Univision)
KPAZ-TV 21 (TBN)
KPPX-TV 51 (Ion)
KTAZ 39 (Telemundo)
13 Seattle-Tacoma Washington Chelan, Clallam, Douglas, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston, Whatcom 1,854,810 (1.682%) KOMO-TV 4 KIRO-TV 7 KSTW 11 KCPQ 13 KING-TV 5 KONG 16 (Independent)
KUNS-TV 51 (Univision)
KZJO 22 (MyNetworkTV)
KTBW-TV 20 (TBN)
KWPX-TV 33 (Ion)
K08OU-D (3ABN)
KFFV 44 (MeTV)
14 Detroit Michigan Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Sanilac, Washtenaw, Wayne 1,777,240 (1.612%) WXYZ-TV 7 WWJ-TV 62 WKBD-TV 50 WJBK 2 WDIV-TV 4 WMYD 20 (MyNetworkTV)
WPXD-TV 31 (Ion)
WHNE-LD 14 (Light TV)
WDWO-CD 18 (TCT)
15 Minneapolis-St. Paul Minnesota 1,713,310 (1.554%) KSTP-TV 5/KSAX 42/KRWF 43 WCCO-TV 4/KCCW-TV 12 WUCW 23 KMSP-TV 9 KARE 11 KSTC-TV 5 (Independent)
WFTC 9/KFTC 26 (MyNetworkTV)
WUMN-LD 17 (Univision)
KPXM-TV 41 (Ion)
KJNK-LD 25 (Telemundo)
K33LN-D (3ABN)
16 Miami-Fort Lauderdale Florida Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe 1,697,840 (1.54%) WPLG 10 WFOR-TV 4 WSFL-TV 39 WSVN 7 WTVJ 6 WAMI-DT 69 (UniMás)
WBFS-TV 33 (MyNetworkTV)
WLTV-DT 23 (Univision)
WSCV 51 (Telemundo)
WPXM-TV 35 (Ion)
WHFT-TV 45 (TBN)
17 Denver Colorado 1,585,270 (1.438%) KMGH-TV 7 KCNC-TV 4 KWGN-TV 2 KDVR 31/KFCT 22 KUSA 9 KTVD 20 (MyNetworkTV)
KZCO-LD 7/KZFC-LP 36 (Azteca)
KPXC-TV 59 (Ion)
KPJR-TV 38 (TBN)
KCEC-TV 14 (Univision)
KTFD-TV 50 (UniMás)
18 Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne Florida Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia 1,565,890 (1.42%) WFTV 9 WKMG-TV 6 WKCF 18 WOFL 35 WESH 2 WRBW 65 (MyNetworkTV)
WRDQ 27 (Independent)
WHLV-TV 52 (TBN)
WOPX-TV 56 (Ion)
WVEN-TV 43 (Univision)
WOTF-TV 26 (UniMás)
W32DJ-D (3ABN)
19 Cleveland-Akron (Canton) Ohio Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Holmes, Huron, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Richland, Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne 1,399,470 (1.269%) WEWS-TV 5 WOIO 19 WUAB 43 (CW/MyNetworkTV) WJW 8 WKYC 3 WBNX-TV 55 (Independent)
WQHS-DT 61 (Univision)
WVPX-TV 23 (Ion)
WDLI-TV 17 (TBN)
WQDI-LD 20 (Estrella TV)
WMFD-TV 68 (Independent)
20 Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto California Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado (west), Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sierra, Solano (east), Stanislaus, Sutter, Tuolumne, Yolo, Yuba 1,357,690 (1.232%) KXTV 10 KOVR 13 KMAX-TV 31 KTXL 40 KCRA-TV 3 KQCA 58 (MyNetworkTV)
KUVS-DT 19 (Univision)
KCSO-LD 33 (Telemundo)
KSPX 29 (Ion)
K20JX-D (3ABN)
21 St. Louis Missouri 1,164,400 (1.056%) KDNL-TV 30 KMOV 4 (MyNetworkTV on DT3) KPLR-TV 11 KTVI 2 KSDK 5 WRBU 46 (Ion)
KNLC 24 (MeTV)
K25NG-D (3ABN)
22 Portland, OR Oregon 1,141,770 (1.036%) KATU 2 KOIN 6 KRCW-TV 32 KPTV 12 KGW 8 KPDX 49 (MyNetworkTV)
KUNP 16 (Univision)
KPXG 22 (Ion)
KNMT 24 (TBN)
23 Charlotte North Carolina 1,129,900 (1.025%) WSOC-TV 9 WBTV 3 WCCB 18 WJZY 46 WCNC-TV 36 WAXN-TV 64 (Independent)
WMYT-TV 55 (MyNetworkTV)
24 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 1,108,780 (1.006%) WTAE-TV 4 KDKA-TV 2 WPCW 19 WPGH-TV 53 WPXI 11 WPNT 22 (MyNetworkTV)
WINP-TV 16 (Ion)
25 Raleigh-Durham (Fayetteville) North Carolina 1,108,710 (1.006%) WTVD 11 WNCN 17 WRAZ 50 WLFL-TV 22 WRAL-TV 5 WRDC-TV 28 (MyNetworkTV)
WUVC-DT 40 (Univision)
WRPX-TV 47 (Ion)
26 Baltimore Maryland Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Baltimore (city), Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne's, Talbot 1,084,180 (0.983%) WMAR-TV 2 WJZ-TV 13 WNUV 54 WBFF 45 WBAL-TV 11 WUTB 24 (MyNetworkTV)
27 Nashville Tennessee 1,021,780 (0.927%) WKRN-TV 2 WTVF 5 WNAB 58 WZTV 17 WSMV-TV 4 WUXP-TV 30 (MyNetworkTV)
WNPX-TV 28 (Ion)
WPGD 50 (TBN)
WLLC-LP 42 (Univision)
WJNK-LD 34 (3ABN)
28 Indianapolis Indiana Bartholomew, Benton, Blackford, Boone, Brown, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Decatur, Delaware, Fayette, Fountain, Grant, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Johnson, Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Miami, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Putnam, Randolph, Rush, Shelby, Tipton, White 999,790 (0.907%) WRTV 6 WTTV 4/ WTTK 29 WISH-TV 8 WXIN 59 WTHR 13 WALV-CD 46 (MeTV)
WDNI-CD 19 (Telemundo)
WNDY-TV 23 (MyNetworkTV)
WHMB-TV 40 (Family)
WCLJ-TV 42 (TBN)
WIPX-TV 63 (Ion)
WBXI-CD 47 (Decades)
WUDZ-LD 28 (Buzzr)
29 San Diego California San Diego 987,760 (0.896%) KGTV 10 KFMB-TV 8 (CW/MyNetworkTV on DT2) KFMB-DT2 8.2 (CW/MyNetworkTV) KSWB-TV 69 KNSD 39 KBNT-CD 17 (Univision)
KDTF-LD 36 (UniMás)
KUSI-TV 51 (Independent)
KZSD-LP 41 (MeTV)
KUAN-LD 48 (Telemundo)
30 Salt Lake City Utah 935,810 (0.849%) KTVX 4 KUTV 2 KUCW 30 KSTU 13 KSL-TV 5 KJZZ-TV 14 (Independent)
KMYU 12 (MyNetworkTV)
KUPX-TV 16 (Ion)
KUTH-DT 32 (Univision)
KTMW 20 (Telemundo)
KULX-CD 10 (Telemundo)
KPNZ 24 (Estrella TV)
KSVN-CD 25 (Azteca)
KUCL-LD 26 (3ABN)
31 San Antonio Texas Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, DeWitt, Dimmit, Edwards, Frio, Gillespie, Goliad, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, Kinney, La Salle, Lavaca, Maverick, McMullen, Medina, Real, Uvalde, Val Verde, Wilson, Zavala 923,990 (0.838%) KSAT-TV 12 KENS 5 KMYS 35 KABB 29 WOAI-TV 4 KCWX 2 (MyNetworkTV)
KWEX-DT 41 (Univision)
KNIC-DT 17 (UniMás)
KVDA 60 (Telemundo)
KPXL-TV 26 (Ion)
KHCE-TV 23 (TBN)
K27LF-D (VC# 14) (3ABN)
32 Kansas City Missouri 909,420 (0.825%) KMBC-TV 9 KCTV 5 KCWE 29 WDAF-TV 4 KSHB-TV 41 KMCI-TV 38 (Independent)
KSMO-TV 62 (MyNetworkTV)
KPXE-TV 50 (Ion)
KTAJ-TV 16 (TBN)
KUKC-LD 20 (Univision)
33 Hartford & New Haven Connecticut Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, Windham 897,870 (0.814%) WTNH 8 WFSB 3 WCCT-TV 20 WTIC-TV 61 WVIT 30 WCTX 59 (MyNetworkTV)
WRDM-CD 19 (Telemundo)
34 Columbus, OH Ohio Coshocton, Crawford, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Hardin, Hocking, Knox, Licking, Madison, Marion, Morgan, Morrow, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Union 889,600 (0.807%) WSYX 6 (MyNetworkTV on DT2) WBNS-TV 10 WWHO 53 WTTE 28 WCMH-TV 4 WDEM-CD 17 (Telemundo)
WSFJ-TV 51 (TBN)
35 Cincinnati Ohio 850,030 (0.771%) WCPO-TV 9 WKRC-TV 12 (CW on DT2) WKRC-DT2 12.2 WXIX-TV 19 WLWT 5 WSTR-TV 64 (MyNetworkTV)
WBQC-LD 25/20 (Cozi TV)
WKOI-TV 43 (TBN)
36 Milwaukee Wisconsin Dodge, Jefferson, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington, Waukesha 848,420 (0.77%) WISN-TV 12 WDJT-TV 58 WVTV 18 (MyNetworkTV on DT2) WITI 6 WTMJ-TV 4 WBME-CD 41 (MeTV)
WMLW-TV 49 (Independent)
WYTU-LD 63 (Telemundo)
WPXE-TV 55 (Ion)
WWRS-TV 52 (TBN)
37 West Palm Beach-Fort Pierce Florida Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, St. Lucie 829,880 (0.753%) WPBF 25 WPEC 12 WTVX 34 WFLX 29 WPTV-TV 5 WTCN-CA 43 (MyNetworkTV)
WWHB-CA 48 (Azteca)
WTCE-TV 21 (TBN)
WPXP-TV 67 (Ion)
WXOD-LD 33 (Buzzr)
38 Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville-Anderson South Carolina 805,920 (0.731%) WLOS 13 WSPA-TV 7 WYCW 62 WHNS 21 WYFF 4 WMYA-TV 40 (MyNetworkTV)
39 Las Vegas Nevada Clark, Lincoln, Nye 766,500 (0.695%) KTNV-TV 13 KLAS-TV 8 KVCW 33 (MyNetworkTV on DT2) KVVU-TV 5 KSNV 3 KEEN-CD 17 (CTN)
KINC-TV 15 (Univision)
KBLR 39 (Telemundo)
K36NE-D (3ABN)
40 Austin Texas Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Mason, Travis, Williamson 751,650 (0.682%) KVUE 24 KEYE-TV 42 KNVA 54 KTBC 7 KXAN-TV 36 KBVO 14 (MyNetworkTV)
41 Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York Pennsylvania Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, York 705,190 (0.64%) WHTM-TV 27 WHP-TV 21 (MyNetworkTV on DT2; CW on DT3) WHP-DT3 21.3 WPMT 43 WGAL 8 -
42 Jacksonville Florida 681,330 (0.618%) WJXX 25 WJAX-TV 47 WCWJ 17 WFOX-TV 30 WTLV 12 WJXT 4 (Independent)
WPXC-TV 21 (Ion)
WUJX-LD 18 (Univision)
WKBJ-LD 20 (Buzzr)
W50CO (3ABN)
43 Birmingham (Anniston & Tuscaloosa) Alabama Bibb, Blount, Calhoun, Cherokee, Chilton, Clay, Cullman, Etowah, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Jefferson, Marion, Pickens, Shelby, St. Clair, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Walker, Winston 679,550 (0.616%) WBMA-LD 58/WABM-DT2 68.2 WIAT 42 WTTO 21/WDBB 17 WBRC 6 WVTM-TV 13 WABM 68 (MyNetworkTV)
WPXH-TV 44 (Ion)
WTJP-TV 60 (TBN)
44 Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News Virginia 678,210 (0.615%) WVEC 13 WTKR 3 WGNT 27 WVBT 43 WAVY-TV 10 WTVZ-TV 33 (MyNetworkTV)
45 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Alfalfa, Beckham, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Garvin, Grady, Grant, Greer, Harmon, Harper, Hughes, Kay, Kingfisher, Kiowa, Lincoln, Logan, Major, McClain, Murray, Noble, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Roger Mills, Seminole, Washita, Woods, Woodward 676,720 (0.614%) KOCO-TV 5 KWTV-DT 9 KOCB 34 KOKH-TV 25 KFOR-TV 4 KAUT-TV 43 (Independent)
KSBI-TV 52 (MyNetworkTV)
KTBO-TV 14 (TBN)
KOPX-TV 62 (Ion)
KTUZ-TV 30 (Telemundo)
KUOT-CD 19 (Cornerstone)
46 GreensboroHigh PointWinston-Salem North Carolina 675,130 (0.612%) WXLV-TV 45 WFMY-TV 2 WCWG 20 WGHP 8 WXII-TV 12 WMYV 48 (MyNetworkTV)
47 Albuquerque-Santa Fe New Mexico 650,890 (0.59%) KOAT-TV 7 KRQE 13/KBIM-TV 10/KREZ-TV 6 (Fox on DT2) KWBQ 19/KRWB-TV 21 KRQE-DT2 13.2/KBIM-DT2 10.2/KREZ-DT2 6.2 KOB 4/KOBF 12/KOBR 8 KASY 50 (MyNetworkTV)
K38IM (3ABN)
KNAT-TV 23 (TBN)
KLUZ-TV 14 (Univision)
KTFQ-TV 41 (UniMás)
KTFA-LP 48 (HSN)
KTVS-LD 36 (Light TV)
KYNM-CD 21 (Antenna TV)
KTEL-CD 15 (Telemundo)
48 Louisville Kentucky 647,190 (0.587%) WHAS-TV 11 WLKY 32 WBKI 58 (MyNetworkTV on DT3) WDRB 41 WAVE 3 -
49 Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek Michigan Allegan, Barry, Branch, Calhoun, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kent, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Ottawa, St. Joseph, Van Buren 639,410 (0.58%) WOTV 41
WZZM 13
WWMT 3 (CW on DT2) WWMT-DT2 3.2 WXMI 17 WOOD-TV 8 WXSP-CD 15 (MyNetworkTV)
WZPX-TV 43 (Ion)
W48CL (3ABN)
WTLJ 54 (TCT)
50 New Orleans Louisiana 624,020 (0.566%) WGNO 26 WWL-TV 4 WNOL-TV 38 WVUE-DT 8 WDSU 6 WUPL 54 (MyNetworkTV)
WHNO 20 (CTN)
WPXL 49 (Ion)
KGLA-TV 42 (Telemundo)
51 Memphis Tennessee 623,390 (0.565%) WATN-TV 24 WREG-TV 3 WLMT 30 WHBQ-TV 13 WMC-TV 5 WPXX-TV 50 (Ion)
WBUY-TV 40 (TBN)
W50EA-D (3ABN)
WQEK-LD 36 (Cozi TV)
53 Buffalo New York 586,930 (0.532%) WKBW-TV 7 WIVB-TV 4 WNLO 23 WUTV 29 WGRZ 2 WNYO-TV 49 (MyNetworkTV)
53 Providence-New Bedford Rhode Island 580,120 (0.526%) WLNE-TV 6 WPRI-TV 12 WNAC-DT2 64.2 WNAC-TV 64 (CW on DT2) WJAR 10 -
54 Fresno-Visalia California Fresno, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare 568,920 (0.516%) KFSN-TV 30 KGPE 47 KMPH-TV 26 KFRE-TV 59 KSEE 24 KAIL 7 (MyNetworkTV)
55 Fort Myers-Naples Florida Charlotte, Collier, Desoto, Glades, Hendry, Lee 554,430 (0.503%) WZVN-TV 26 WINK-TV 11 WXCW 46 WFTX-TV 36 WBBH-TV 20 -
56 Richmond-Petersburg Virginia Amelia, Brunswick, Buckingham, Caroline, Charles City, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights (city),[2] Cumberland, Dinwiddie, Emporia (city),[2] Essex, Fluvanna, Goochland, Greensville, Hanover, Henrico, Hopewell (city),[2] King and Queen, King William, Lancaster, Louisa, Lunenburg, Middlesex, New Kent, Northumberland, Nottoway, Orange, Petersburg (city), Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince George, Richmond, Richmond (city), Sussex 551,850 (0.501%) WRIC-TV 8 WTVR-TV 6 WUPV 65 WRLH-TV 35 WWBT 12 -
57 Little Rock-Pine Bluff Arkansas Arkansas, Bradley, Calhoun, Clark, Cleburne, Cleveland, Conway, Dallas, Desha, Drew, Faulkner, Garland, Grant, Hot Spring, Independence, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Lincoln, Lonoke, Monroe, Montgomery, Ouachita, Perry, Pike, Polk, Pope, Prairie, Pulaski, Saline, Searcy, Stone, Van Buren, White, Woodruff, Yell 527,090 (0.478%) KATV 7 KTHV 11 KASN 38 KLRT-TV 16 KARK-TV 4 KARZ-TV 42 (MyNetworkTV)
58 Mobile-Pensacola (Navarre) Alabama 524,390 (0.476%) WEAR-TV 3 WKRG-TV 5 WFNA 55 WALA-TV 10 WPMI-TV 15 WFGX 35 (MyNetworkTV)
WJTC 44 (Independent)
59 Albany-Schenectady-Troy New York 520,540 (0.472%) WTEN 10 WRGB 6 WCWN 45 WXXA 23 WNYT 13 WNYA 51 (MyNetworkTV)
W44CT-D (3ABN)
60 Knoxville Tennessee 512,160 (0.465%) WATE-TV 6 WVLT-TV 8 WBXX-TV 20 WTNZ 43 WBIR-TV 10 W14CX-D (3ABN)
61 Tulsa Oklahoma 508,550 (0.461%) KTUL 8 KOTV-DT 6 KQCW-DT 19 KOKI-TV 23 KJRH-TV 2 KMYT-TV 41 (MyNetworkTV)
KWHB 47 (Family)
KDOR-TV 17 (TBN)
K40KC-D (3ABN)
KUTU-CD 25 (Univision)
KTPX-TV 44 (Ion)
62 Wilkes-BarreScrantonHazleton Pennsylvania Bradford, Carbon, Clinton, Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, Monroe, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill, Snyder, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Union, Wayne, Wyoming 481,390 (0.437%) WNEP-TV 16 WYOU 22 WSWB 38 WOLF-TV 56 WBRE-TV 28 WQMY 53 (MyNetworkTV)
63 Lexington Kentucky Anderson, Bath, Bourbon, Boyle, Breathitt, Casey, Clark, Clay, Estill, Fayette, Fleming, Franklin, Garrard, Harrison, Jackson, Jessamine, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lee, Lincoln, Madison, Menifee, Mercer, Montgomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Owsley, Perry, Powell, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Rowan, Russell, Scott, Wayne, Whitley, Wolfe, Woodford 464,340 (0.421%) WTVQ-DT 36 WKYT-TV 27 (CW on DT2)
WYMT-TV 57
WKYT-DT2 27.2 WDKY-TV 56 WLEX-TV 18 WUPX-TV 67 (Ion)
64 Dayton Ohio 463,430 (0.42%) WKEF 22 WHIO-TV 7 WBDT 26 WRGT-TV 45 WDTN 2 -
65 Flint-Saginaw-Bay City Michigan Arenac, Bay, Genesee, Gladwin, Gratiot, Huron, Iosco, Isabella, Midland, Ogemaw, Saginaw, Shiawassee, Tuscola 430,660 (0.391%) WJRT-TV 12 WNEM-TV 5 WBSF 46 WSMH 66 WEYI-TV 25 WAQP 49 (TCT)
W24DL-D (VC# 42) (3ABN)
66 Honolulu Hawaii Hawaii, Honolulu, Kalawao, Kauai, Maui 425,800 (0.386%) KITV 4/KHVO 13/KMAU 12 KGMB 5/KGMD 9/KGMV 3 KHON-DT2 2.2/KHAW-DT2 11.2/KAII-DT2 7.2 KHON-TV 2/KHAW 11/KAII 7 (CW on DT2) KHNL 13/KHBC 2/KOGG 15 KHII-TV 9 (MyNetworkTV)
KWHE 14 (Family)
KPXO-TV 66 (Ion)
KAAH 26 (TBN)
67 Green Bay-Appleton Wisconsin 421,480 (0.382%) WBAY-TV 2 WFRV-TV 5 WCWF 14 WLUK-TV 11 WGBA-TV 26/WLWK-CD 22 WACY-TV 32 (MyNetworkTV)
W30BU (3ABN)
68 Roanoke-Lynchburg Virginia 417,200 (0.378%) WSET-TV 13 WDBJ 7 WWCW 21 WFXR 27 WSLS-TV 10 WZBJ 24/WZBJ-CD 43 (MyNetworkTV)
69 Omaha Nebraska 405,260 (0.368%) KETV 7 KMTV-TV 3 KXVO 15 KPTM 42 WOWT 6 -
70 Charleston-Huntington West Virginia 402,140 (0.365%) WCHS-TV 8 WOWK-TV 13 WQCW 30 WVAH-TV 11 WSAZ-TV 3 -
71 Toledo Ohio 401,510 (0.364%) WTVG 13 (CW on DT2) WTOL 11 WTVG-DT2 13.2 WUPW 36 WNWO-TV 24 -
72 Springfield, MO Missouri 395,870 (0.359%) KSPR-LD 33 (CW on LD2)/KYTV-DT 33.1 KOLR 10 KSPR-LD2 33.2/KYTV-DT 33.2 KRBK 49 KYTV 3 K17DL-D (Tourist information)
KOZL-TV 27 (MyNetworkTV)
73 Tucson (Sierra Vista) Arizona Cochise, Pima, Santa Cruz 392,920 (0.356%) KGUN-TV 9 KOLD-TV 13 KWBA-TV 58 KMSB 11 KVOA 4 KFTU-DT 3/KFTU-CD 34 (UniMás)
KTTU 18 (MyNetworkTV)
KUVE-DT 46/KUVE-CD 42 (Univision)
74 Columbia, SC South Carolina Calhoun, Clarendon, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, Richland, Sumter 389,590 (0.353%) WOLO-TV 25 WLTX 19 WKTC 63 (CW/MyNetworkTV) WACH 57 WIS 10 -
75 Des Moines-Ames Iowa 383,590 (0.348%) WOI-DT 5 KCCI 8 KCWI-TV 23 KDSM-TV 17 WHO-DT 13 -
76 Wichita-Hutchinson Plus Kansas 382,780 (0.347%) KAKE 10/KUPK 13/KLBY 4/KHDS-LD 51/KGBD-LD 30 KWCH-DT 12
KBSD-DT 6
KBSH-DT 7
KBSL-DT 10
KSCW-DT 33 KSAS-TV 24/KAAS-TV 18/KOCW 14/KSAS-LP 17/KAAS-LP 17 KSNW 3
KSNC 2
KSNG 11
KSNK 8
KSNL-LD 6
KDCU-DT 31 (Univision)
KMTW 36 (MyNetworkTV)
77 Spokane Washington 382,690 (0.347%) KXLY-TV 4 KLEW-TV 3
KREM 2
KSKN 22 KAYU-TV 28 KHQ-TV 6 KXMN-LD 9 (MeTV)
KGPX-TV 34 (Ion)
KHBA-LD 39 (Hope Channel)
78 Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen Texas Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, Willacy 375,600 (0.341%) KRGV-TV 5 KGBT-TV 4 KCWT-CD 21/XHRIO 15/KNVO-DT4 48.4 KFXV-LD 67/KXFX-CD 20 (Fox/MyNetworkTV) KVEO-TV 23 KNVO 48 (Univision)
KTFV-CD 32 (UniMás)
79 Huntsville-Decatur (Florence) Alabama 372,770 (0.338%) WAAY-TV 31 WHNT-TV 19 WHDF 15 WZDX 54 (MyNetworkTV on DT2) WAFF 48 WTZT-CD 11 (Cozi TV)
W17DJ-D (VC# 38) (3ABN)
80 Rochester, NY New York Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Wayne, Yates 352,070 (0.319%) WHAM-TV 13 (CW on DT2) WROC-TV 8 WHAM-DT2 13.2 WUHF 31 WHEC-TV 10 WBGT-CD 46 (MyNetworkTV)
81 Syracuse New York Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Oneida (western 80%), Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, Tompkins 350,730 (0.318%) WSYR-TV 9 WTVH 5 WSTQ-LP 14/WSTM-DT 3.2 WSYT 68 WSTM-TV 3 WNYS-TV 43 (MyNetworkTV)
82 Champaign & Springfield-Decatur Illinois Champaign, Christian, Coles, Cumberland, DeWitt, Douglas, Effingham, Ford, Iroquois, Logan, Macon, Menard, Morgan, Moultrie, Piatt, Sangamon, Shelby, Vermilion 344,500 (0.313%) WICD 15/WICS 20 WCIA 3 WBUI 23 WCCU 27/WRSP-TV 55 WAND 17 WCIX 49 (MyNetworkTV)
W07DD-D (3ABN)
83 Chattanooga Tennessee 341,190 (0.31%) WTVC 9 (Fox on DT2) WDEF-TV 12 WFLI-TV 53 (MyNetworkTV on DT2) WTVC-DT2 9.2 WRCB 3 WDSI-TV 61 (This TV; Comet on DT2)
WELF-TV 23 (TBN)
W18DS-D (3ABN)
WCNT-LP 36 (3ABN)
W21BZ (3ABN)
84 Portland-Auburn Maine 339,980 (0.308%) WMTW 8 WGME-TV 13 WPXT 51 (MyNetworkTV on DT3) WPFO 23 WCSH 6 WIPL 35 (Ion)
WFYW-LP 41 (3ABN)
85 El Paso (Las Cruces) Texas 338,770 (0.307%) KVIA-TV 7 (CW on DT2) KDBC-TV 4 KVIA-DT2 7.2 KFOX-TV 14 KTSM-TV 9 -
86 Madison Wisconsin Columbia, Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa, Juneau, Lafayette, Marquette, Richland, Rock, Sauk 338,240 (0.307%) WKOW 27 WISC-TV 3 WMTV-DT2 15.2 WMSN-TV 47 WMTV 15 (CW on DT2) -
87 Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City & Dubuque Iowa Allamakee, Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Cedar, Chickasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fayette, Grundy, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Keokuk, Linn, Tama, Washington, Winneshiek 330,340 (0.3%) KCRG-TV 9 KGAN 2 KWWL-DT2 7.2 KFXA 28 KWWL 7 (CW on DT2) -
88 Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg Kentucky 324,020 (0.294%) WSIL-TV 3/KPOB-TV 15 KFVS-TV 12 WQWQ-LP 9/WQTV-LP 24/KFVS-DT2 12.2 KBSI 23 WPSD-TV 6 WDKA 49 (MyNetworkTV)
W15BU-D (3ABN)
89 Waco-Killeen-Bryan Texas Bell, Brazos, Burleson, Coryell, Falls, Lampasas, Leon, Limestone, Madison, McLennan, Milam, Mills, Robertson, San Saba 322,820 (0.293%) KXXV 25/KRHD-CD 40 KWTX-TV 10 KNCT 46 KWKT-TV 44 KAGS-LD 23
KCEN-TV 6
KYLE-TV 28 (MyNetworkTV)
90 Shreveport Louisiana 322,610 (0.293%) KTBS-TV 3 KSLA 12 KPXJ 21 KMSS-TV 33 KTAL-TV 6 KSHV-TV 45 (MyNetworkTV)
K42FE-D (3ABN)
91 Colorado Springs-Pueblo Colorado Baca, Bent, Cheyenne, Crowley, El Paso, Fremont, Huerfano, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero, Pueblo, Teller 319,930 (0.29%) KRDO-TV 13 KKTV 11 KXTU-LD 57/KXRMDT 21.2 KXRM-TV 21 KOAA-TV 5 KZCS-LP 23 (Azteca)
KVSN-DT 48 (Univision)
KWHS-LD 51 (LeSEA)
92 Jackson, MS Mississippi Adams, Attala, Claiborne, Copiah, Franklin, Hinds, Holmes, Humphreys, Issaquena, Jefferson, Jefferson Davis, Lawrence, Leake, Lincoln, Madison, Pike, Rankin, Scott, Sharkey, Simpson, Smith, Walthall, Warren, Yazoo 306,770 (0.278%) WAPT 16 WJTV 12 (CW on DT2) WJTV-DT2 12.2 WDBD 40 WLBT 3 WLOO 35 (MyNetworkTV)
WRBJ-TV 34 (TBN)
W26BB (3ABN)
93 Savannah Georgia 303,390 (0.275%) WJCL 22 WTOC-TV 11 WSAV-DT2 3.2 WTGS 28 WSAV-TV 3 (CW on DT2) -
94 Charleston, SC South Carolina Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Williamsburg 302,330 (0.274%) WCIV-DT2 36.2 WCSC-TV 5 WCBD-DT2 2.2 WTAT-TV 24 WCBD-TV 2 (CW on DT2) WCIV 36 (MyNetworkTV; ABC on DT2)
95 Myrtle Beach-Florence South Carolina 302,040 (0.274%) WPDE-TV 15 WBTW 13 WWMB 21 WFXB 43 WMBF-TV 32 -
96 Burlington-Plattsburgh Vermont 294,260 (0.267%) WVNY 22 WCAX-TV 3 WNNE 31 WFFF-TV 44 WPTZ 5 -
97 Baton Rouge Louisiana 287,430 (0.261%) WBRZ-TV 2 WAFB 9 WBRL-CD 21/WGMB-DT2 44.2 WGMB-TV 44 WVLA-TV 33 WBXH-CD 39 (MyNetworkTV)
KZUP-CD 19 (Independent)
98 Davenport-Rock Island-Moline Iowa 280,420 (0.254%) WQAD-TV 8 WHBF-TV 4 KGCW 26 KLJB 18 KWQC-TV 6 WMWC-TV 53 (TBN)
K20KF-D (VC# 16) (3ABN)
99 South Bend-Elkhart Indiana 274,380 (0.249%) WBND-LD 57 WSBT-TV 22 (Fox on DT2) WCWW-LD 25 WSBT-DT2 22.2 WNDU-TV 16 WMYS-LD 69 (MyNetworkTV)
WHME-TV 46 (Family)
WYGN-LD 10 (3ABN)
100 Boise Idaho 273,500 (0.248%) KIVI-TV 6 KBOI-TV 2 KYUU-LD 35/KBOI-DT2 2.2 KNIN-TV 9 KTVB 7 K31FD-D (3ABN)
KTRV-TV 12 (Ion)
101 Fort Smith-Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Arkansas 272,240 (0.247%) KHBS 40/KHOG-TV 29 (CW on DT2) KFSM-TV 5 KHBS-DT2 40.2/KHOG-DT2 29.2 KFTA-TV 24 KNWA-TV 51 KXNW 34 (MyNetworkTV)
102 Tri-Cities, TN-VA Tennessee 266,110 (0.241%) WJHL-DT2 11.2 WJHL-TV 11 (ABC on DT2) WCYB-DT2 5.2 WEMT 39 WCYB-TV 5 (CW on DT2) -
103 Evansville Indiana 265,790 (0.241%) WEHT 25 WEVV-TV 44 WTVW 7 WEEV-LD 47/WEVV-DT2 44.2(Fox/MyNetworkTV) WFIE 14 W23BV-D (3ABN)
WYYW-CD 15 (Telemundo)
WTSN-CD 20 (H&I)
WEIN-LD 40 (Cozi TV)
104 Fort Wayne Indiana 265,420 (0.241%) WPTA 21 (NBC on DT2; MyNetworkTV on DT3) WANE-TV 15 WISE-TV 33 WFFT-TV 55 WPTA-DT2 21.2 WFWC-CD 45 (Cozi TV)
W07CL (VC# 73) (3ABN)
W26DH-D (VC# 73) (3ABN)
105 Augusta-Aiken Georgia 264,350 (0.24%) WJBF 6 WRDW-TV 12 WAGT-CD2 26.2 WFXG 54 WAGT-CD 26 (CW on CD2) -
106 Johnstown-Altoona-State College Pennsylvania Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Elk, Forest, Huntingdon, Indiana, Jefferson, Somerset, Westmoreland (eastern portion only) 262,840 (0.238%) WATM-TV 23 WTAJ-TV 10 Served by WPCW 19 Jeannette/Pittsburgh WWCP-TV 8 WJAC-TV 6 -
107 Greenville-New Bern-Washington North Carolina Beaufort, Bertie, Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Greene, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Onslow, Pamlico, Pitt, Tyrrell, Washington 261,830 (0.238%) WCTI-TV 12 WNCT-TV 9 (CW on DT2) WNCT-DT2 9.2 WYDO 14 WITN-TV 7 -
108 Springfield-Holyoke Massachusetts Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire 251,660 (0.228%) WGGB-TV 40 (Fox/MyNetworkTV on DT2) WSHM-LD 3.5 WGGB-DT2 40.2 WWLP-DT2 22.2/WFXQ-CD2 22.2 WWLP 22/WFXQ-CD 22 (CW on DT2) WDMR-LD 51 (Telemundo)
109 Reno Nevada 246,190 (0.223%) KOLO-TV 8 (CW on DT3) KTVN 2 KOLO-DT3 8.3 KRXI-TV 11 KRNV-DT 4 KAME-TV 21 (MyNetworkTV)
KREN-TV 27 (Univision)
110 Lansing Michigan Clinton, Eaton, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson 241,940 (0.219%) WLAJ 53 (CW on DT2) WLNS-TV 6 WLAJ-DT2 53.2 WSYM-TV 47 WILX-TV 10 -
111 Lincoln & Hastings-Kearney Nebraska 240,660 (0.218%) KHGI-TV 13/KHGI-LD 13/KWNB-TV 6
KLKN 8
KOLN 10/KGIN 11 KNHL-DT3 5.3/KCWH-LD 18 KFXL-TV 51 KSNB-TV 4
KSNK 8
KFDY-LD 27 (NCN)
KNHL 5 (Sonlife)
K26JQ-D (3ABN)
112 Tallahassee-Thomasville Florida 237,940 (0.216%) WTXL-TV 27 WCTV 6 WTLF 24 WTWC-DT2 40.2 WTWC-TV 40 (Fox on DT2) WTLH 49 (Heroes & Icons)
113 Peoria-Bloomington Illinois Fulton, Livingston, Marshall, Mason, McLean, Peoria, Putnam, Stark, Tazewell, Woodford 234,050 (0.212%) WEEK-DT2 25.2 WMBD-TV 31 WEEK-DT3 25.3 WYZZ-TV 43 WEEK-TV 25 (ABC on DT2; CW on DT3) -
114 Tyler-Longview (Lufkin & Nacogdoches) Texas Angelina, Cherokee, Franklin, Gregg, Houston, Nacogdoches, Rusk, San Augustine, Smith, Trinity, Upshur, Wood 232,180 (0.211%) KLTV 7
KTRE 9
KYTX 19 (CW on DT2) KYTX-DT2 19.2 KFXK-TV 51/KFXL-LD 51 KETK-TV 56 KTPN-LD 48/KLPN-LD 47 (MyNetworkTV)
K25LG-D (3ABN)
KLGV-LD 36 (TBN)
KDKJ-LD 27 (Estrella TV)
115 Sioux Falls (Mitchell) South Dakota 231,540 (0.21%) KSFY-TV 13/KPRY-TV 4 (CW on DT2) KELO-TV 11/KDLO-TV 3/KPLO-TV 6 KSFY-DT2 13.2/KPRY-DT2 4.2 KTTW 7/KTTM 12 KDLT-TV 46/KDLV-TV 5 -
116 Montgomery-Selma Alabama Autauga, Bullock, Butler, Coosa, Covington, Crenshaw, Dallas, Elmore, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Montgomery, Perry, Pike, Tallapoosa, Wilcox 229,330 (0.208%) WNCF 32 WAKA 8 WBMM 22 WCOV-TV 20 WSFA 12 -
117 Fargo North Dakota 228,740 (0.208%) WDAY-TV 6
WDAZ-TV 8
KXJB-LD 30 (CW on LD2)/KVLY-DT2 11.2 KXJB-LD2 30.2 KVRR 15/KJRR 7/KBRR 10/KNRR 12 KVLY-TV 11 -
118 Macon Georgia Baldwin, Bibb, Bleckley, Crawford, Dodge, Dooly, Hancock, Houston, Johnson, Jones, Laurens, Macon, Monroe, Peach, Pulaski, Telfair, Treutlen, Twiggs, Washington, Wheeler, Wilcox, Wilkinson 224,180 (0.203%) WGXA-DT2 24.2 WMAZ-TV 13 (CW on DT2) WMAZ-DT2 13.2 WGXA 24 (ABC on DT2) WMGT-TV 41 W36ED-D (3ABN)
119 Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick Washington 223,450 (0.203%) KAPP 35
KVEW 42
KEPR-TV 19 (CW on DT2)
KIMA-TV 29 (CW on DT2)
KEPR-DT2 19.2/KIMA-DT2 29.2 KCYU-LD 41
KFFX-TV 11
KNDO 23
KNDU 25
KUNW-CD 2/KVVK-CD 2/KORX-CD 2 (Univision)
120 Traverse City-Cadillac Michigan Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Clare, Crawford, Emmet, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Lake, Leelanau, Luce, Mackinac, Manistee, Mason, Mecosta, Missaukee, Montmorency, Osceola, Oscoda, Otsego, Presque Isle, Roscommon, Wexford 218,520 (0.198%) WGTU 29/WGTQ 8 WWTV 9/WWUP-TV 10 WFQX-DT2 32.2 WFQX-TV 32/WFUP 45 (CW on WFQX-DT2) WPBN-TV 7/WTOM-TV 4 W28DY-D (3ABN)
121 Lafayette, LA Louisiana Acadia, Evangeline, Iberia, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, Vermilion 216,420 (0.196%) KATC 3 (CW on DT2) KLFY-TV 10 KATC-DT2 3.2 KADN-TV 15 KLAF-LD 46/KADN-DT 15.2 KLWB 50 (MeTV)
122 Bakersfield California Kern (except Los Angeles and San Bernardino County border communities) 215,360 (0.195%) KERO-TV 23 KBAK-TV 29 KGET-DT2 17.2 KBFX-CD 58/KBAK-DT 58.2 KGET-TV 17 (CW on DT2) KKEY-LP 13 (Telemundo)
KABE-CD 39 (Univision)
KUVI-DT 45 (Justice)
KBTF-CD 31 (UniMás)
KZKC-LP 42 (Azteca)
K08MM-D (3ABN)
K24GS (3ABN)
KCBT-LD 34 (Estrella TV)
123 Eugene Oregon Benton, Coos, Douglas, Lane 215,070 (0.195%) KEZI 9 KVAL-TV 13/KCBY-TV 11/KPIC 4 KMTR-DT2 16.2/KMCB-DT2 23.2/KTCW-DT2 46.2 KLSR-TV 34 KMTR 16/KMCB 23/KTCW 46 (CW on DT2) KEVU-CD 23 (MyNetworkTV)
124 Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo California San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara 213,510 (0.194%) KEYT-TV 3 KCOY-TV 12/KSBB-CD 17 KSBY-DT2 6.2 KKFX-CD 24/KCOY-DT 12.2 KSBY 6 (CW on DT2) -
125 Youngstown Ohio 213,380 (0.194%) WYTV 33 WKBN-TV 27 WFMJ-DT2 21.2 WYFX-LD 19/WKBN-DT2 27.2 WFMJ-TV 21 (CW on DT2) -
126 Monterey-Salinas California Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz 206,300 (0.187%) KSBW-DT2 8.2 KION-TV 46 (CW on DT2) KION-DT2 46.2 KCBA 35 KSBW 8 (ABC on DT2) KDJT-CD 33 (UniMás)
KMUV-LP 23 (Telemundo)
KSMS-TV 67 (Univision)
KLFB-LD 22 (3ABN)
KMBY-LD 19 (H&I)
KYMB-LD 27 (MeTV)
127 Columbus, GA Georgia 198,740 (0.18%) WTVM 9 WRBL 3 WLTZ-DT2 38.2 WXTX 54 WLTZ 38 (CW on DT2) -
128 Corpus Christi Texas Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Duval, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Kenedy, Kleberg, Live Oak, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio 193,070 (0.175%) KIII 3 KZTV 10 KRIS-DT2 6.2 KSCC 38 KRIS-TV 6 (CW on DT2) K22JA-D (VC# 47)(Independent)
K47DF-D (Telemundo)
KXPX-LP 14 (TBD)
129 Wilmington North Carolina Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, Pender 190,390 (0.173%) WWAY 3 (CBS on DT2; CW on DT3) WWAY-DT2 3.2 WWAY-DT3 3.3 WSFX-TV 26 WECT 6 -
130 La Crosse-Eau Claire Wisconsin 186,870 (0.17%) WQOW 18 (CW on DT2)
WXOW 19 (CW on DT2)
WKBT-DT 8 WQOW-DT2 18.2
WXOW-DT2 19.2
WLAX 25/WEUX 48 WEAU 13 -
131 Amarillo Texas 175,880 (0.16%) KVII-TV 7/KVIH-TV 12 (CW on DT2) KFDA-TV 10 KVII-DT2 7.2/KVIH-DT2 12.2 KCIT 14 KAMR-TV 4 KCPN-LP 33 (MyNetworkTV)
KEYU 31 (Telemundo)
KLKW-LD 22 (Estrella TV)
K17HI-D (3ABN)
132 Chico-Redding California Butte, Glenn, Shasta, Tehama, Trinity 171,220 (0.155%) KRCR-TV 7 KHSL-TV 12 (CW on DT2) KHSL-DT2 12.2 KCVU 20 KNVN 24 KKTF-LD 30 (UniMás)
KRVU-LD 21/KZVU-LD 22 (MyNetworkTV)
KUCO-LP 27 (Univision)
KXVU-LD 17 (Antenna TV)
K15HV-D (3ABN)
133 Columbus-Tupelo-West Point-Houston Mississippi 168,210 (0.153%) WTVA-DT2 9.2 WCBI-TV 4 (MyNetworkTV on DT2; CW on DT3) WCBI-DT3 4.3 WLOV 27 WTVA 9 (ABC on DT2) -
134 Wausau-Rhinelander Wisconsin Adams, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Portage, Price, Taylor, Vilas, Wood 157,180 (0.143%) WAOW 9/WYOW 34 (CW on DT2) WSAW-TV 7 WMOW 4 (ABC on DT2)/WAOW-DT2 9.2/WYOW-DT 34.2 WZAW-LD 33/WSAW-DT3 7.3 WJFW-TV 12 -
135 Medford-Klamath Falls Oregon 156,520 (0.142%) KDRV 12/KDKF 31 KTVL 10 (CW on DT2) KTVL-DT2 10.2 KMVU-DT 26 KOBI 5/KOTI 2 KFBI-LD 48 (MyNetworkTV)
KMCW-LD 14 (Sonlife)
136 Columbia-Jefferson City Missouri Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Chariton, Cole, Cooper, Howard, Maries, Miller, Moniteau, Montgomery, Morgan, Osage, Randolph 156,430 (0.142%) KMIZ 17 KRCG 13 KOMU-DT3 8.3 KQFX-LD 22/KMIZ-DT4 17.4 KOMU-TV 8 (CW on DT3) -
137 Monroe-El Dorado Louisiana 156,410 (0.142%) KNOE-DT2 8.2 KNOE-TV 8 (ABC on DT2; CW on DT3) KNOE-DT3 8.3 KARD 14 KTVE 10 -
138 Salisbury Maryland 152,980 (0.139%) WMDT 47/WEVD-LD 47 (CW on DT2) WBOC-TV 16 (Fox on DT2) WMDT-DT2 47.2 WBOC-DT2 21.2 WRDE-LD 31 WBOC-LD 42 (Telemundo)
WGDV-LD 32 (Azteca América)
139 Rockford Illinois Boone, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Winnebago 152,800 (0.139%) WTVO 17 WIFR-LD 23 WREX-DT2 13.2 WQRF-TV 39 WREX 13 (CW on DT2) -
140 Beaumont-Port Arthur Texas Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton, Orange, Tyler 152,710 (0.139%) KBMT 12 (NBC on DT2) KFDM 6 (CW on DT2) KFDM-DT2 6.2 KBTV-TV 4 KBMT-DT2 12.2 KBMT-LD 12 (MyNetworkTV)
141 Topeka Kansas Brown, Clay, Cloud, Coffey, Geary, Jackson, Jefferson, Lyon, Marshall, Morris, Nemaha, Osage, Pottawatomie, Riley, Shawnee, Wabaunsee, Washington 151,860 (0.138%) KTKA-TV 49 (CW on DT3) WIBW-TV 13 KTKA-DT3 49.3 KTMJ-CD 43/KTLJ-CA 6/KSNT-DT2 27.2 KSNT 27 -
142 Odessa-Midland Texas 150,430 (0.136%) KMID 2 KOSA-TV 7 KCWO-TV 4/KOSA-DT 7.2 KPEJ-TV 24 KWES-TV 9 KTLE-LP 20 (Telemundo)
143 Lubbock Texas Bailey, Borden, Cochran, Crosby, Dawson, Dickens, Floyd, Gaines, Garza, Hale, Hockley, Kent, Lamb, Lubbock, Lynn, Motley, Terry, Yoakum 150,270 (0.136%) KAMC 28 KLBK-TV 13 KLCW-TV 22 KJTV-TV 34 KCBD 11 KJTV-CD 32 (Independent)
KMYL-LD 14 (MyNetworkTV)
KLBB-LP 48 (MeTV)
KABI-LD 42 (Heroes & Icons)
KNKC-LD 29 (Estrella TV)
KXTQ-CD 46 (Telemundo)
KBZO-LD 51 (Univision)
K14PZ-D (3ABN)
144 Duluth-Superior, WI Minnesota 148,870 (0.135%) WDIO-DT 10/WIRT-DT 13 KBJR-DT2 6.2/KRII-DT2 11.2 KDLH 3 KQDS-TV 21 KBJR-TV 6/KRII 11 (CBS on DT2) K48NP-D (3ABN)
K38MM-D (3ABN)
145 Palm Springs California Riverside (Coachella Valley) 147,170 (0.134%) KESQ-TV 42 KPSP-CD 38/KESQ-DT2 42.2 KCWQ-LD 2/KESQ-DT8 42.8 KDFX-CD 33/KESQ-DT4 42.4 KMIR-TV 36 KPSE-LD 50 (MyNetworkTV)
KRET-CD 45 (H&I)
KUNA-LP 15 (Telemundo)
KVER-CA 41 (Univision)
K21DO-D (3ABN)
146 Minot-Bismarck-Dickinson (Williston) North Dakota 145,200 (0.132%) KBMY 17/KMCY 14 KXMB-TV 12 (CW on DT2)
KXMC-TV 13 (CW on DT2)
KXMD-TV 11 (CW on DT2)
KXMA-TV 2 (CBS on DT2) KFYR-DT2 5.2
KMOT-DT2 10.2
KQCD-DT2 7.2
KUMV-DT2 8.2
KFYR-TV 5 (Fox on DT2)
KMOT 10 (Fox on DT2)
KQCD-TV 7 (Fox on DT2)
KUMV-TV 8 (Fox on DT2)
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147 Anchorage Alaska Aleutians East, Aleutians West, Anchorage, Bethel, Bristol Bay, Dillingham, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Kusilvak, Lake and Peninsula, Matanuska-Susitna, Nome, North Slope, Northwest Arctic, Valdez-Cordova 142,000 (0.129%) KYUR 13 (CW on DT2) KTVA 11 KYUR-DT2 13.2 KTBY 4 KTUU-TV 2 KYES-TV 5 (MyNetworkTV)
148 Wichita Falls & Lawton Texas 139,590 (0.127%) KSWO-TV 7 KAUZ-TV 6 (CW on DT2) KAUZ-DT2 6.2 KJTL 18 KFDX-TV 3 KJBO-LP 35 (MyNetworkTV)
149 Sioux City Iowa 135,660 (0.123%) KCAU-TV 9 KMEG 14 KTIV-DT2 4.2 KPTH 44 KTIV 4 (CW on DT2) -
150 Panama City Florida Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, Walton, Washington 135,550 (0.123%) WMBB 13 WECP-LD 18/WJHG-DT3 7.3 WJHG-DT2 7.2 WPGX 28 WJHG-TV 7 (CW on DT2) -
151 Erie Pennsylvania Crawford, Erie, Warren 133,260 (0.121%) WJET-TV 24 WSEE-TV 35 (CW on DT2) WSEE-DT2 35.2 WFXP 66 WICU-TV 12 -
152 Albany, GA Georgia Atkinson, Baker, Ben Hill, Berrien, Calhoun, Coffee, Colquitt, Cook, Crisp, Dougherty, Irwin, Lee, Mitchell, Terrell, Tift, Turner, Worth 130,950 (0.119%) WALB-DT2 10.2 WSWG 44 (CW on DT3) WSWG-DT3 44.3 WFXL 31 WALB 10 (ABC on DT2) -
153 Joplin-Pittsburg Missouri 129,600 (0.118%) KODE-TV 12 KOAM-TV 7 KFJX-DT2 14.2 KFJX 14 (CW on DT2) KSNF 16 -
154 Rochester-Mason City-Austin Minnesota 128,700 (0.120%) KAAL 6 KIMT 3 KTTC-DT2 10.2 KXLT-TV 47 KTTC 10 (CW on DT2) K25NK-D (3ABN)
W39DD-D (3ABN)
K43JE-D (3ABN)
K48KJ-D (3ABN)
155 Bangor Maine Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset, Waldo, Washington 124,190 (0.113%) WVII-TV 7 (ABC/Jewelry Television) WABI-TV 5 (CW on DT2) WABI-DT2 5.2 WFVX-LD 22/WVII-DT2 7.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television) WLBZ-TV 2/WGCI-LD 2 -
156 Biloxi-Gulfport Mississippi George, Harrison, Jackson, Stone 122,100 (0.111%) WLOX 13 (CBS on DT2) WLOX-DT2 13.2 WXXV-DT3 25.3 WXXV-TV 25 (Fox/MyNetworkTV; NBC on DT2; CW on DT3) WXXV-DT2 25.2 -
157 Gainesville Florida Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy 120,580 (0.109%) WCJB-TV 20 (CW on DT2) WGFL 28 WCJB-DT2 20.2 WOGX 51 WNBW-DT 9 WMYG-LP 11 (MyNetworkTV)
WYME-CD 45 (MeTV)
158 Terre Haute Indiana 120,350 (0.109%) WAWV-TV 38 WTHI-TV 10 (Fox/MyNetworkTV on DT2; CW on DT3) WTHI-DT3 10.3 WTHI-DT2 10.2(Fox/MyNetworkTV) WTWO 2 -
159 Sherman-Ada Texas 118,390 (0.107%) KTEN-DT3 10.3 KXII 12/KXIP-LD 12 (MyNetworkTV on DT2/LD2; Fox on DT3/LD3) KTEN-DT2 10.2 KXII-DT3 12.3 KTEN 10 (CW on DT2; ABC on DT3) -
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161 Idaho Falls-Pocatello (Jackson) Idaho 115,750 (0.105%) KIFI-TV 8 (CW on DT3) KIDK 3 KIFI-DT3 8.3 KXPI-LD 24/KIDK-DT2 3.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV) KPVI-DT 6 KVUI 31 (MeTV)
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163 Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill West Virginia 109,900 (0.1%) WOAY-TV 4 WVNS-TV 59 (Fox/MyNetworkTV on DT2) WVVA-DT2 6.2 WVNS-DT2 59.2 WVVA 6 (CW on DT2) -
164 Missoula Montana Flathead, Granite, Lake, Mineral, Missoula, Ravalli, Sanders 109,440 (0.099%) KTMF 23/KTMF-LD 42 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television on DT2/LD2) KPAX-TV 8/KAJJ-CD 18 (CW on DT2/CD2) KPAX-DT2 8.2/KAJJ-CD2 18.2 KTMF-DT2 23.2/KTMF-LD2 42.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television) KECI-TV 13/KCFW-TV 9 -
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166 Yuma-El Centro, CA Arizona 101,040 (0.092%) KECY-DT2 9.2 KSWT 13 KECY-DT3 9.3 KECY-TV 9 (Fox/MyNetworkTV; ABC on DT2; CW on DT3) KYMA-DT 11 KESE-LP 35 (Telemundo)
K39KW-D (3ABN)
167 Billings Montana 100,330 (0.091%) KSVI 6 KTVQ 2 (CW on DT2) KTVQ-DT2 2.2 KHMT 4 KULR-TV 8/KYUS-TV 3 -
168 Hattiesburg-Laurel Mississippi Covington, Forrest, Jasper, Jones, Lamar, Marion, Perry, Wayne 99,680 (0.09%) WDAM-DT2 7.2 WHLT 22 (CW on DT2) WHLT-DT2 22.2 WHPM-LD 23 WDAM-TV 7 (ABC on DT2) -
169 Utica New York Herkimer, Oneida (eastern 20%), Otsego 91,520 (0.083%) WUTR 20 WKTV-DT2 2.2 WKTV-DT3 2.3 WFXV 33 WKTV 2 (CBS on DT2; CW on DT3) WPNY-LP 11 (MyNetworkTV)
170 Clarksburg-Weston West Virginia Barbour, Doddridge, Gilmer, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Randolph, Ritchie, Taylor, Tucker, Upshur, Webster 90,960 (0.083%) WBOY-DT2 12.2 WDTV 5 WVFX-DT2 10.2 WVFX 10 (CW on DT2) WBOY-TV 12 (ABC on DT2) -
171 Rapid City South Dakota 90,940 (0.083%) KOTA-TV 3/KHSD-TV 11 KCLO-TV 15 (CW on DT2) KCLO-DT2 15.2 KEVN-LD 7/KHSD-DT 11.2 KNBN 21 KWBH-LP 27 (MyNetworkTV)
172 Lake Charles Louisiana Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron 90,570 (0.082%) KVHP-DT2 29 KSWL-LD 17/KWWE-LD2 19.2 KPLC-DT2 7.2 KVHP 29 (ABC on DT2) KPLC 7 (CW on DT2) KWWE-LD 19 (MyNetworkTV/MeTV)
173 Dothan Alabama 90,420 (0.082%) WDHN 18 WTVY 4 (CW on DT3) WTVY-DT3 4.3 WDFX-TV 34 WRGX-LD 23/WTVY-DT4 4.4 -
174 Quincy-Hannibal-Keokuk Illinois 88,510 (0.08%) KHQA-DT2 7.2 KHQA-TV 7 (ABC on DT2) WGEM-DT2 10.2 WGEM-DT3 10.3 WGEM-TV 10 (CW on DT2; Fox on DT3) W18CJ (3ABN)
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(translator of WVIR-DT3, Charlottesville, VA)
WSVF-CD 43 (CBS on CD2) W30CT-D 29 (CW on D3)
(translator of WVIR-TV, Charlottesville, VA)
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176 Elmira (Corning) New York 83,190 (0.075%) WENY-TV 36 (CBS on DT2; CW on DT3) WENY-DT2 36.2 WENY-DT3 36.3 WYDC 48 WETM-TV 18 WJKP-LD 39 (MyNetworkTV)
W28DO-D (3ABN)
177 Jackson, TN Tennessee Carroll, Hardin, Henderson, Madison 83,010 (0.075%) WBBJ-TV 7 (CBS/MeTV on DT3) WBBJ-DT3 7.3 (CBS/MeTV) WNBJ-LD2 39.2 WJKT 16 WNBJ-LD 39 (CW on LD2)
178 Watertown New York Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence 79,690 (0.072%) WWTI 50 (CW on DT2) WWNY-TV 7 WWTI-DT2 50.2 WNYF-CD 28/WWNY-CD 28/WWNY-DT2 7.2 WVNC-LD 45 (Antenna TV/MyNetworkTV on LD2) -
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180 Jonesboro Arkansas Clay, Craighead, Greene, Izard, Lawrence, Randolph, Sharp 75,220 (0.068%) KAIT 8 (NBC on DT2, CW on DT3) KJNB-LD2 39.2/KJNE-LD2 39.2 KAIT-DT3 8.3 KJNB-LD 39/KJNE-LD 39 (CBS on LD2) KAIT-DT2 8.2 -
181 Bowling Green Kentucky Adair, Barren, Butler, Cumberland, Edmonson, Hart, Metcalfe, Warren 74,500 (0.068%) WBKO 13 (Fox/Jewelry Television on DT2; CW on DT3) WNKY-DT2 40.2 WBKO-DT3 13.3 WBKO-DT2 13.2 (Fox/Jewelry Television) WNKY 40 (CBS on DT2) -
182 Marquette Michigan 74,070 (0.067%) WBUP 10 WJMN-TV 3 WBKP 5/WBUP-DT 10.2 WLUC-DT2 6.2 WLUC-TV 6 (Fox on DT2) -
183 Charlottesville Virginia Albemarle, Charlottesville (city),[2] Greene, Madison 71,370 (0.065%) WVAW-LD 16 WCAV 19 WVIR-DT3 29.3 WAHU-CD 27/WCAV-DT3 19.3 WVIR-TV 29 (CW on DT3) -
184 Laredo Texas Webb, Zapata 70,220 (0.064%) KGNS-DT2 8.2 KYLX-LD 13 (CW on LD2) KYLX-LD2 13.2 KETF-CD 39 (Fox/MyNetworkTV) KGNS-TV 8 (ABC on DT2) KXOF-CD 31 (UniMás)
KLDO-TV 27 (Univision)
185 Butte-Bozeman Montana Beaverhead, Broadwater, Deer Lodge, Gallatin, Jefferson, Madison, Powell, Silver Bow 67,190 (0.061%) KWYB 18/KWYB-LD 28 (Fox/MyNetworkTV on DT2/LD2) KXLF-TV 4/KBZK 7 (CW on DT2) KXLF-DT2 4.2/KBZK-DT2 7.2 KWYB-DT2 18.2/KWYB-LD2 28.2(Fox/MyNetworkTV) KTVM 6/KDBZ-CD 6 -
186 Bend, OR Oregon Deschutes 65,900 (0.06%) KOHD 51 KBNZ-LD 7 KTVZ-DT2 21.2 KFXO-CD 39/KTVZ-DT3 21.3 KTVZ 21 (CW on DT2) KQRE-LP 19 (Telemundo)
187 Grand Junction-Montrose Colorado Dolores, Mesa, Montrose 64,160 (0.058%) KJCT-LP 8 (CW on LD2) KREX-TV 5/KREY-TV 10 KJCT-LP2 8.2 KFQX 4 KKCO 11 KGJT-CD 27 (MyNetworkTV)
188 Lafayette, IN Indiana Tippecanoe, Warren 63,660 (0.058%) WPBY-LD 35 (MeTV/MyNetworkTV on CD2) WLFI-TV 18 (CW on DT2) WLFI-DT2 18.2 WPBI-LD 16 (NBC on LD2) WPBI-LD2 16.2 -
189 Twin Falls Idaho Blaine, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Twin Falls 59,990 (0.054%) KSAW-LD 51 KMVT 11 (CW on DT2) KMVT-DT2 11.2 KSVT-LD 14/KMVT-DT3 11.3 (Fox/MyNetworkTV) KTFT-LD 7 K36KU-D (3ABN)
190 Lima Ohio Allen 59,440 (0.054%) WOHL-CD 35/WPNM-LP 25 WAMS-LP 38/WOHL-CD2 35.2 Served by WBDT 26 Springfield/Dayton WLIO-DT2 8.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV) WLIO 8 (Fox/MyNetworkTV on DT2) W23DE-D (3ABN)
191 Meridian Mississippi 59,030 (0.054%) WTOK-TV 11 (MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television on DT2; CW on DT3) WMDN 24 WTOK-DT3 11.3 WGBC 30 (NBC on DT2) WGBC-DT2 30.2 -
192 Great Falls Montana Blaine, Cascade, Chouteau, Fergus, Glacier, Hill, Judith Basin, Liberty, Phillips, Pondera, Teton, Toole, Valley 56,270 (0.051%) KFBB-TV 5 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television on DT2) KRTV 3 (CW on DT2) KRTV-DT2 3.2 KFBB-DT2 5.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television) KTGF-LD 50 -
193 Greenwood-Greenville Mississippi 55,640 (0.05%) WABG-TV 6 (Fox on DT2) WXVT-LD 17 "Piedmont CW" WABG-DT2 6.2 WNBD-LD 33 -
194 Parkersburg West Virginia
53,750 (0.049%) Served by WCHS 8 Charleston and WSYX 6 Columbus, OH WIYE-LD 47/WTAP-DT2 15.2 WOVA-LD2 22.2 WOVA-LD 22/WTAP-DT3 15.3 WTAP-TV 15
195 Eureka California Del Norte, Humboldt 53,630 (0.049%) KAEF 23 KVIQ-LP 14 KECA-LD 29 KBVU 28 KIEM-TV 3 K41LQ-D (3ABN)
K39EO-D (3ABN)
196 San Angelo Texas Coke, Concho, Crockett, Irion, Kimble, McCulloch, Menard, Schleicher, Sterling, Sutton, Tom Green 52,790 (0.048%) KTXE-LD 12 (CW on LD2) KLST 8 KTXE-LD2 12.2 KIDY 6 KSAN-TV 3 -
197 Cheyenne-Scottsbluff, NE Wyoming 51,200 (0.046%) KNEP-DT2 4 (satellite of KOTA-TV, Rapid City, SD)
KKTQ-LD 16/KLWY-DT2 27.2
KGWN-TV 5/KSTF 10 (CW on DT3) KGWN-DT3 5.3 /KSTF-DT3 10.3 KLWY 27 KCHY-LP 13/KWYM-LP 13
KNEP 2 (ABC on DT2)/KGWN-DT2 5.2
198 Casper-Riverton Wyoming Converse, Fremont, Hot Springs, Johnson, Natrona, Washakie 48,240 (0.044%) KTWO-TV 2 KGWC-TV 14/KGWL-TV 5/KGWR-TV 13 KCWY-DT2 13.2/KSWY-LP2 29.2 KFNB 20/KFNE 10/KFNR 11 KCWY-DT 13/KSWY-LP 29 (CW on DT2/LD2) KWYF-LD 27 (MyNetworkTV/MeTV)
199 Mankato Minnesota 47,370 (0.043%) Served by KSTP 5 St. Paul/Minneapolis KEYC-TV 12 (Fox on DT2) "KWYE" KEYC-DT2 12.2 (Fox) Served by KARE 11 Minneapolis K43JE-D (3ABN)
200 Ottumwa-Kirksville Iowa 40,840 (0.037%) KTVO 3 (CBS on DT2) KTVO-DT2 3.2 KYOU-DT4 15.4 KYOU-TV 15 (NBC on DT2, CW on DT4) KYOU-DT2 15.2 -
201 St. Joseph Missouri 40,200 (0.036%) KQTV 2 KCJO-LD 30 KNPG-LD2 21.2 KNPN-LD 26 KNPG-LD 21 (CW on LD2) -
202 Fairbanks Alaska Denali, Fairbanks North Star, Southeast Fairbanks, Yukon-Koyukuk 32,880 (0.03%) KATN 2 (Fox on DT2; CW on DT3) KXDF-CD 13/KTVF-DT3 11.3 KATN-DT3 2.3 KATN-DT2 2.2 KTVF 11 KFXF-LD 22 (MyNetworkTV)
203 Victoria Texas Victoria 30,540 (0.028%) KAVU-TV 25 KXTS-LD 41/KAVU-DT2 25.2 KVCT-DT3 19.3 KVCT 19 (CW on DT3) KMOL-LD 17/KAVU-DT3 25.3 KUNU-LD 21 (Univision)
KVTX-LP 45 (Telemundo)
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205 Helena Montana Lewis and Clark 26,440 (0.024%) KHBB-LD 21 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television on LD2) KXLH-LD 9 KTVH-DT2 12.2 KHBB-LD2 21.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV/Jewelry Television) KTVH-DT 12 (CW on DT2) -
206 Presque Isle Maine Aroostook 24,740 (0.022%) Served by WVII 7 Bangor WAGM-TV 8 (Fox on DT2; CW on DT3) WAGM-DT3 8.3 WAGM-DT2 8.2 Served by WLBZ 2 Bangor -
207 Juneau Alaska Haines, Hoonah-Angoon, Juneau, Ketchikan Gateway, Petersburg, Prince of Wales-Hyder, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell, Yakutat 22,940 (0.021%) KJUD 8 (Fox on DT2; CW on DT3) KXLJ-LD 24/KUBD 4/KTNL-TV 13 KJUD-DT3 8.3 KJUD-DT2 8.2 KATH-LD 5/KSCT-LP 5 -
208 Alpena Michigan Alcona, Alpena 14,430 (0.013%) WBKB-DT3 11.3 WBKB-TV 11 (Fox/MyNetworkTV on DT2; ABC on DT3) "Alpena CW" WBKB-DT2 11.2 (Fox/MyNetworkTV) Served by WPBN/WTOM 7/4 Traverse City/Cheboygan -
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(translator of WSEE-TV, Erie, PA)
W10DB-D2 35.2
(translator of WSEE-DT2, Erie, PA)
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W17DL-D (MeTV), W25EF-D (Ion), W42DZ-D (Biz TV), W33CY-D/W17DK-D (Heroes & Icons), W32DV-D (ZUUS Latino), W47DX-D (BYUtv), W19DK-D (Buzzr), W50EC-D (Estrella TV), W18DZ-D (Heartland), W23EM-D (TCT), W47DU-D/W44CV-D (FamilyNet), W15CX-D (Multimedios), W24DW-D (Charge!), W46EO-D (Grit), W48DT-D/W21DD-D/W38EQ-D (YTA), W42DY-D/W40DA-D/W16CW-D (Justice Network), W32DY-D/W45DI-D (Bounce TV), W49DI-D (GEB America), W19DV-D (Movies!), W26DV-D (World), W32DZ-D (Decades), W39DJ-D (Almavision), W46ES-D (Azteca), W50EO-D/W25EE-D/W18DQ-D (ATV), W28DV-D (ASN), W34ED-D (MyNetworkTV), W34DY-D (GetTV)
WAPA-TV 4/WTIN-TV 4/WNJX-TV 4 (Independent)
WKAQ-TV 2 (Telemundo; NBC on DT3)
WORA-TV 5 (Telemundo; ABC on DT2)
WSJP-LD 18 (Cozi TV; Fox on LD2)
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WVXF 17 (This TV; Fox on DT2)

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This is "Television Journal" a presentation of armed forces activities throughout the world. Here is staff sergeant Bob Nealy. On this edition of Television Journal we feature in-service training for civilian jobs under project transition a new high-speed utility boat for the Navy the world's largest x-ray machine in use by the Air Force and combat tactics in the Republic of Vietnam Defense Secretary Melvin Laird announced in late February details on the modified phase 2 safeguard ballistic missile defense system. He stressed the president is asking for $100,000,000 to add one additional safeguard ABM site at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri Two other safeguard sites have been authorized around miles from Airport Space, Montana and Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota And these, in the phase 2 build-up, will receive additional sprint short-range missiles The safeguards system is, of course, a phase 2 missile system, rather a 2 missile system incorporating long-range Spartans to knock down the ICBM before it reaches the top of it's trajectory and short-range sprints to provide thermal offensive incoming warheads Secretary Lairds said that the modification of our ABM system is the the minimum we can and must do both and cost and systems development to fulfill President Nixon's national security objectives He said it is the only viable course available in fiscal 1971 because of President Nixon's determination to postpone additional actions of the US offensive systems The president wants to advance prospects for success at the strategic arms limitation stocks with the Soviets Mr Lairds said that the improved ABM system would do three things: first, it would respond to the Soviet threat to our minutemen deterrent force second, it would respond to the Chinese threat to our population and finally, to guard against the threat of an accidental launch The Defense Secretary also said he was recommending long lead time construction work for five other ABM sights. These will include the Northeast; the Northwest; the nation's capital; Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming; and the Michigan Ohio area During WWII, members of an army unit known as "Meryl's Marauders" became famous for their intelligent work behind enemy lines in Burma Today in Vietnam, a direct descendant of that Ranger unit is fulfilling the same kind of mission for allied forces. Soldiers from the 75th infantry infiltrate Viet Cong in North Vietnamese positions and troop concentrations together information on troop movements and concentrations Elements known to be in an area are the Dong Nai regiment. They're suspected to be moving through your area through waterways and trails We have no knowledge of any hard installation However, people in the complexes have been spotted along the trail Okay, let's pack up These men from H company of the 75th infantry have just been briefed on a simulated patrol mission. They will be carried by helicopter to a landing zone near a known enemy position. Their job is long-range reconnaissance and they're to avoid engaging the enemy in combat at all costs. Often, several other helicopters will accompany the mission chopper flying empty and making fake landings to confuse enemy troops in the operations area. Once on the ground, the patrol makes a final communications check then moves into the dense jungle establish recon positions. The soldiers can remain in the field for several days They will gather and report information on enemy activity in their area of responsibility while at the same time pinpointing as buffer complexes and other facilities When their mission is completed, troops are picked up by helicopter to a prearranged evacuation point and the way out can be as dangerous as the time spent living next to the enemy On the Vam Co Dong River, northwest of Saigon, US Army artillery men have borrowed a page from the Navy manuals and taken to the water Soldiers on the 24th Infantry Division's 1st Brigade have knotted their 500-ml howitzers on large barges to provide quick fire support in difficult-to-reach areas. Greg Hoodley has the story of these floating artillery bases. The barge battleships, as they are called, are part of a force whose mission is to block Vietcong in North Vietnamese infiltration attempts in this river region-obtaining province The enemy consistently tries to move troops and supplies into the Saigon area on the Vam Co Dong and other waterways running from the northwest The artillery barges and accompanying troops provide a fast reaction to any detected enemy activity the floating bases are resupplied regularly by army helicopters each barge carries two howitzers along with an arsenal of fifty-caliber and M-sixty machine guns and forty millimeter grenade launchers Navy boats told the barges to their firing positions and they're then secured to the shore While the big guns are being readied for their firing missions an infantry patrol pans out to clear the surrounding area and provide security during the operation within minutes targets are pinpointed by former area observers and related to the howitzer batteries by radio This is AFRTS (Armed Forces Radio and Television Service) correspondent Greg Hodley A 225th aviation company based at Phu Hep Army Airfield in Vietnam's Phu Hien province employs the OV-1 Mohawk for observation and reconnaissance missions Army pilots flying the Mohawk say consistent success.. say they have consistent success in locating enemy bunker complex's staging areas and troop concentrations with the aircraft's sophisticated detection equipment. AFVN correspondent Bob Young stationed at Channel 11 Tuy Hoa Airbase, Vietnam has the story One of the most versatile aircraft in use in the Republic of Vietnam by the army is the OV-1 Mohawk. 18 of these aircraft are used by the 225th aviation company at Phu Hep Army Airfield to locate enemy troop base camps, staging areas and campsites in the vast to core area. Primarily a surveillance aircraft, the Mohawk can spot enemy activity by using infrared detectors In addition to supplying information on ground activity, the infrared detector produces a film record for plotting coordinates and locations. The Mohawk also uses airborne radar to detect moving targets and the OV-1 is adapted to aerial photography at low level with nose- and belly-mounted cameras. Information received by the aircraft is simultaneously radioed to ground receivers and in turn, to units in the field. Chief warrant officer Bill Nolan Santa Maria, California, a chief of imagery interpretation for the 225th, talks about the mission of the organization: The primary mission of the 225th is surveillance of enemy activities in the entire 2 core The Mohawk, with its crew pilot and observer, is especially adept to this type of recon because of it's quiet twin turbine engines. They can be across a target before the enemy can hear it and weather is no obstacle. A majority of our tactical missions flown by the unit are during hours of darkness Thereby our motto is, "I Fly Nights." In a day, the 225th may fly as many as 10 missions Missions lasting about 3 and a half hours and covering about 30 targets per mission This is certainly not easy work, but the men pride themselves in the fact that they have flown 26,000 accident-free hours since coming to the Republic a little over two years ago. Now, that's tops for the first Aviation Brigade You might not hear it, but he's there when you need him. The OV-1 Mohawk -- the army's silent stalker. This is airman first-class Bob Young reporting. A new high-speed utility boat was recently demonstrated by the Navy in waters of Long Beach, California The boat, currently operational with the fleet, went into production in mid- 1969 it can effectively be used for coastal patrol, search-and-rescue, cargo or personal transport, and medical evacuation missions. With details of the new craft capabilities, here's Gene Smith. The US Navy recently put into operational status a new utility boat which combines the advantages of speed maneuverability and simplicity The 36 foot long craft can travel faster than 30 knots with a high speed range of more than 300 miles. It can operate in the open sea or an extremely shallow water and by raising its propellers, it can be beached for personnel or cargo uploading and pick up The new boat is powered by two 427 cubic inch Chevrolet engines and features a twin-screw control which allows it to turn 360 degrees in its own way. The coxswain station was designed to provide comfort, convenience, and efficiency. All controls are within easy reach and all instruments, including the radio radar scope, and pedometer, are in plain view. Operating characteristics demonstrate that as a utility craft the boat can be employed for inshore and offshore search-and-rescue, coastal patrol operations, and as a logistics carrier in this latter configuration, the vessel can carry troops, med-evac patients, or more than 12,000 pounds of cargo the new navy boat, which requires very little maintenance, was put into full production last year. This is AFRTS correspondent Gene Smith. Our feature this week deals with project transition a program designed to enhance the individual's marketability for employment in the competitive job market Once he's released from active duty, the project transition operates at the centralized basis more than 200 Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps installations Project transition is primarily for those individuals in most need a vocational skill training or education in order to make a proper readjustment to civilian life course offerings depend upon the resources which become available to the cooperative efforts of federal, state, and local government schools and colleges and the private sector, business and industry labor and management, and private educational institution Representative for the training courses which are being conducted include truck and trailer driving, auto mechanic, service station, management, office machine repair, warehousing, grafting, welding, various types of office machine operations, small appliance repair, and computer operations The program emphasizes counseling, skill training, education, and placement All men and women with one to six months service time complete a questionnaire containing information about preferences A counseling session is established to discuss the serviceman's qualifications in Outlook including the Preferences stated on the questionnaire and to display to the member an array of alternatives open to him Skill training through the military consists of existing formal school courses, on-the-job training programs and military specialties, which are civilian-related, and programmed learning courses which can be individually pursued Local state and federal courses were established on- or off-base through the facilities of local governments, Department of Labor, health education and welfare, and Office of Education, appropriate state agencies and agencies at the federal government which have large employment demands There are courses provided by private industry to meet specific employment requirements Companies are given the opportunity to train serviceman prior to their release on or near a military base in skills for which they have a specific requirement In addition to skill training needs, some men require further education The project identifies those in need educational upgrading and assists in placing those who desire it in programs which will upgrade their educational status to the completion of an eighth grade or high school equivalency as needed or provide them specific academic subjects needed in a particular occupation such as mathematics. Through the facilities of the Departments of Labor, State, and other local agencies, the local and regional national job opportunities are made known to the counselors at each military installation where transition training is conducted In addition, the local, regional, or national industrial community augments the employment requirements information provided through the Department of Labor sources. The internal replacement program is to make the job opportunities in the area, in which the servicemen intends to reside, known to him prior to his release from active duty The Defense Department is now in the process of taking a large-scale cut in money and people In February, deputy defense secretary David Packard, sent a letter to the service secretaries saying that no matter what they cut don't cut human programs, including transition Don't let them go out of the services unsatisfied and not looked after. Cut other things but don't cut transition and don't cut the sort of things that help people. In 1968, the Department of Defense established Project Transition, a program to provide civilian skills for men and women leaving the service Since then, more than half a million men and women have taken advantage of the program The director of Project Transition is Frank McKernan who, like many in the Department of Defense, will face in fiscal year 1971 a smaller defense budget. Mr. McKernan the Defense Department has proposed a budget that is about ten million dollars less than last fiscal year. Now, how is this going to affect Project Transition? Well, currently we expect about $4,000,000 less than we had last year And while most the monies for transition go for counseling, we would expect we're going to have to tighten our belts a bit on the number of counselors who will be available to the troops to get across the message and also to assist them working themselves toward training prior to discharge. Part of employment in the United States is on the rise; what are the prospects of a former enlisted man or woman getting the job when they leave the service and after Project Transition training? This is one of the reasons why the transition program was designed in the first place: to insure that many of the men, particularly those who were in combat, would have a skill prior to the time they left service. And what we're looking at now is the the fact that we want to make sure that those men who have received military training that that training is maximized out in the civilian economy In other words, to make sure that both industry and labor make use to those skills to the best they can and secondly to provide the kind of training that transition does for those who do not have a skill because we're extremely concerned about the fact that that we want to make sure that all men who have served have an opportunity to make a good transition Mr. McKernan, many of the larger DOD defense contractors are involved in Project Transition How has reduced budget going to affect them? Well, I would say that the businesses were involved in transition that most of the skills for which they're providing training are those that would be of use in the civilian economy In other words, the big motor car companies for example, are training automobile mechanics; so this is a direct relationship for their use in a civilian kind of training anyhow So I don't see where any of the transition training that they are now performing really would be too much affected by the departmental defense cuts affecting the defense industry Well, are there any new programs now with all these other things? Anything new for Project Transition? I would like to emphasize one, and that is a new program dealing with those men who've received training during military service in the medical field. There are about 30,000 come out each year and we want to make sure that those skills they have retained and have been trained in during military service are utilized to the fullest in the critical help occupations in the civilian economy So we're working with a 80-W and state agencies for the purpose of getting men who have the skills wind up with jobs in civilian health agencies throughout the country. And this, I think, is one of our most important new efforts in transition for this year Even with a lower defense budget, Frank McKernan predicts continued success for Project Transition This is chief journalist Tommy Thompson at the Pentagon The Project Transition Program term "medic" has been designated to attract enlisted individuals trained in the medical and health occupations into civilian health pursuits once they've decided to leave the service the Department of Health Education and Welfare in cooperation with defense officials has established a pilot program in the state of Texas which will supply the pattern for operations of the programs in all states by mid-1971. Medic will focus on medically skill servicemen or women within three months of separation. Personnel and transition officials will encourage him to examine the possibilities of seeking employment and educational opportunities in the health professions in the area where he plans to reside. The transition office will provide initial counseling and assistance for those who are interested in completing a medic qualification referral card. The completed form will be mailed to and health education and welfare designated medic coordinator. There, the individual's interest and qualifications will be matched with the job or educational opportunities available in that particular specialty copies of the qualification referral card will be supplied to interested employers and/or educators who may then contact the servicemen directly on details of particular job openings and further training opportunities. The potential employee student will make final negotiations based on his personal choice. Assistant defense secretary Roger Kelly, late January announced that servicemen may now apply for 3 months early up to attend and recognize vocational and technical training schools the proviso been added to policies providing for early out to attend accredited colleges and universities. To be eligible for early release to attend vocational or technical schools, the servicemen must show that he has been accepted for enrollment in a full-time resident course of no less than three months duration He must not be essential to the mission of his assigned command and he must have completed at least 21 months of active duty on his current service obligation. Mr. Kelly said that this early release policy particularly helps those eligible enlisted members would be unduly penalized if they had to complete the term enlistment or induction The question of whether electronic systems are affected by extremes in radiation is being studied by an Air Force Systems Command contingent at Kirkland Air Force Base, New Mexico Under scientifically controlled conditions, the technicians are blasting a computer with radiation simulating that of a nuclear explosion With a report on that project and its objectives, here's Tom DeCastro This is the largest x-ray machine in the world. It is capable of releasing as much radiation as a nuclear explosion But in this Air Force laboratory, it serves another more peaceful purpose Technicians here are preparing to bombard a computer with a large amount of radiation and then determine its reactions during and after the detonation period. The results will be studied later to determine how well this type electronic system withstands extremes in gamma radiation, how well it performs after being exposed over varying periods of time. There are two giant x-ray machines at the curtain research facility a larger being used for this test is aimed at a small concrete room called "the testing cell" Anything in the cell absorbs the maximum dosage of the radiation blast. Since the same electronic system guide aircraft and missiles are affected by extreme gamma radiation. It is the goal of this facility to come up with guidelines on how to make such systems less vulnerable to nuclear attack. This is AFRTS correspondent Tom DeCastro The United States airlift of relief supplies to Nigeria was initiated on January 27 when a military airlift command C-141 took off from Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina It was bound for the Nigerian capital of Lagos. During the week-long airlift, the jet transports carried tons of supplies to the Western African country at the rate of 2 sorties per day. Charleston was the staging location for the provisions, which arrived each day from sources in Texas, Wisconsin, Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania. Coordination in Nigeria was handled jointly by the United States aid mission there and the Nigerian Red Cross Military airlift command crews involved in the mercy flights were from Dover Air Force Base, Delaware; McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey; Robins Air Force Base, Georgia; and Charleston Air Force Base. The first airlift flight on January 27 carried more than 41,000 pounds of cargo including blankets, lanterns, and other equipment. Later flights transported necessary items as food, clothing, electrical generators, and building materials Most of the cargo was pretty packed in trucks which made both the loading and off-loading operations easier The trucks were also used in Nigeria to aid in the distribution of the supplies 6 sorties were flown by the military airlift command starlet during the first three days for the relief operation These six flights carried more than 130 tons of supplies and equipment to the Nigerian capital. SeaBees and Marines assigned to the Gulfport Center in Mississippi had been awarded the Navy Unit Commendation for the rescue and recovery work following Hurricane Camille last August 82 members were also presented individual medals during the recent ceremony held at the Seabee Center. The center was honored for it's around-the-clock contribution to the relief effort during and after the Camille disaster The Seabees and Marines cleared debris, set up emergency power stations, evacuated some 1,400 refugees, and maintained continuous communications watches. For this work, the men received individual awards ranging from the Legion of Merit to the Navy Achievement Medal. A number of civilians were also honored The areas people expressed their gratitude to the Gulfport Center in the form of many awards were presented by Mississippi Governor John Bill Williams to Captain James Hill, Jr. the facility's commanding officer Governor, on behalf of the Seabee, I will accept these with a great deal of pride, humility, and we appreciate this very much. Thank you, Captain. Once more to all crews and men of the Naval Construction Battalion of Gulfport, on behalf of the people of the state of Mississippi, I would like to say from the bottom of my heart, and I know they agree with me in this, humbly, but proudly, gentlemen thank you. The principle active duty Freedoms Foundation Letter-Writing contest winner feels that the American public should take a more active role in solving internal problems Specialist 5 Peter Westover's the second winning entry was based on the subject "My Hopes for America's Future" He wrote the letter while assigned as an instructor in weather and communications procedures at the Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Alabama. Westover was on temporary duty from Vietnam and in Washington en route to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania to receive these awards While there, Air Force Master Sergeant Irvin H Lee asked him about his Vietnam assignment, what inspired him to create the winning contest entry, and his views in regards to solving domestic problems Specialist Westover, what are your duties in Vietnam? Arm and Operations specialist with upcoming 158 assault helicopter battalion we're working for the 101st Airborne. We're located at Camp Evans, which is about twelve miles across the mountains from the Valley What inspired you to write the letter which earned the top award of Freedoms Foundation contest this year? I'll be honest with you. What got me started on writing this thing was a general dissatisfaction with the state of things in the states as far as I was concerned, the States is getting itself in rather a bad mess and I like the States too much to see it happen. Do you have any proposed solutions? The major problem is that everybody is passing the buck to the government; the responsibility for everything to the government and telling the government that it's their job to correct it when it's not. It's the individual's responsibility to correct it. Consequently, everybody is doing just what they please and saying, Well, the government's responsible for correcting the mess we're making We're reporting the fact everything that's going wrong in the States right now could be limited by the people who're actually doing the messing up. Specialist Westover in late February was presented $1,000 savings bond and the Defender of Freedom Award during the Freedoms Foundation Award Ceremonies at Valley Forge. Another top award winner was Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Earnest B Henderson. He received a $1,000 savings bond and an encased George Washington Honor Medal. The Freedoms Foundation Awards program is established to honor individuals and organizations for outstanding work in helping bring about a better understanding of the American way of life. And that's it for this edition of Television Journal. I'm Marine Staff Sergeant Bob Nealy. This has been Television Journal a presentation of the Armed Forces Information Service Department of Defense This is the American Forces Radio and Television Service

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