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WSFG-LD
Berry, Alabama
United States
ChannelsDigital: 38 (UHF)
Virtual: 51
AffiliationsDaystar TV
OwnerClark Broadcasting Company
LicenseeEttie Clark
First air date1995
Transmitter power19.4 kW (analog)
Height70 m AGL
ClassLPTV
Facility ID19811 (analog),
168769 (digital)
WSSF-LP
Fayette, Alabama
United States
ChannelsAnalog: 48 (UHF)
Digital: 15 (UHF)
AffiliationsTBN
OwnerClark Broadcasting Company
LicenseeEttie Clark
Transmitter power18.9 kW (analog)
Height22 m AGL
ClassLPTV
Facility ID19812

WSFG-LD 51 and WSSF-LP 48 are a commonly-owned pair of low power television stations in Fayette County, Alabama[1] which receive religious programming via satellite[2] for terrestrial rebroadcast.

In 2008 both stations, despite their LPTV status, successfully forced their programming onto West Alabama TV Cable, a local cable television provider in Hamilton-Winfield-Fayette, Alabama, by using the terrestrial loophole in federal must-carry regulations which allow "qualified LPTV stations" to obtain mandatory cable carriage normally reserved for full-power stations.[3] The use of this provision is based on a claim that no full-power station serves Fayette County, that the community is not part of any of the 160 largest metropolitan statistical areas and that the stations meet specific technical criteria (such as signal coverage and number of hours of programming) which apply to full-service stations seeking carriage.

As of this update, each channel currently carries the following programs:

.1 Daystar, .2 The Cowboy Channel, .3 Smile of a Child, .4 Hillsong Channel, .5 The Family Channel, .6 TBN, .7 White Springs TV

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