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Channel 10 Digital TV Stations in the United States: Wtsp, Ksaz-TV, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Woio, Wxia-TV, Wis, Wsmv-TV, Kxtv, Kake, Ktul

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Published August 17th 2011
ISBN : 9781155436371
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 76. Chapters: WTSP, KSAZ-TV, Oregon Public Broadcasting, WOIO, WXIA-TV, WIS, WSMV-TV, KXTV, KAKE, KTUL, KWTX-TV,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 76. Chapters: WTSP, KSAZ-TV, Oregon Public Broadcasting, WOIO, WXIA-TV, WIS, WSMV-TV, KXTV, KAKE, KTUL, KWTX-TV, WPLG, KOLN, KTVL, KGTV, WJXX, WTNH, WALB, KFDA-TV, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, WDIO-DT, WHEC-TV, WWTO-TV, KTTC, WBIR-TV, KTUU-TV, KLFY-TV, KRNV-DT, WILX-TV, WTHI-TV, WNCT-TV, WGEM-TV, KTVQ, WHTM-TV, WWDP, KMOT, KZTV, KOLR, WBUP, KNIN-TV, AlaskaOne, KBSL-DT, KWSU-TV, KOPB-TV, WVFX, KCHF. Excerpt: WTSP is a CBS-affiliated television station in St. Petersburg, Florida (part of the Tampa/St. Petersburg television market). It broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 10. The station is owned by the Gannett Company with studios in St. Petersburg (its city of license). WTSP is one of two full-powered stations with studios located in St. Petersburg, instead of Tampa, along with nearby WTOG. It is also one of three full-powered stations based in Pinellas County, counting WCLF. The station began broadcasting on July 18, 1965, as WLCY-TV after a lengthy court battle that lasted nearly ten years between five prospective owners seeking the license, including the St. Petersburg Times. It was owned by Rahall Communications along with WLCY-AM (1380, now WWMI) and FM (94.9, now WWRM). Until 1981 it was licensed to Largo, north of St. Petersburg, but its studios have always been in St. Petersburg. The stations first studios were at 2426 Central Avenue. Its current studios on Gandy Boulevard, originally known as the Rahall Color Communications Center, were dedicated on October 15, 1968. Studio broadcasts were fully in color by 1966 but field reports remained in black and white until 1972. The station was affiliated with ABC, but spent the first month-and-a-half as an independent station, as previous ABC affiliate WSUN-TV (channel 38- the frequency is now occupied by WTTA) went to court to keep the affiliation. The city of St....