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Here is a complete list of Cable Networks for advertising and marketing:
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A&E Yes A+E Networks

A&E East
A&E West
A&E On Demand

formerly Arts & Entertainment; plays dramas
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Adult Swim Yes Turner Broadcasting System Late-night adult- oriented animation block to target 17+. VOD channel. On daily 8pm-6am. Aired on the same channel as Cartoon Network (English) and (Spanish) audio feed AMC Yes AMC Networks

AMC East
AMC On Demand

formerly American Movie Classics
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
American Heroes Channel Yes Discovery Communications

AHC
AHC On Demand formerly Discovery Wings and Military Channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Animal Planet Yes

Animal Planet East
Animal Planet West
Animal Planet On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Anime Network No Valkyrie Media Partners/Aesir Media A video on

demand only network dedicated to Japanese animation and otaku culture. Formerly available as a 24/7 television channel, now exclusively video on demand.
Aspire Yes Magic Johnson Enterprises launched on June 27, 2012 Audience Network Yes DirecTV Available exclusively on DirecTV. Formerly Freeview and The 101 Network AWE Yes Herring Broadcasting Covers the lifestyles of the rich and famous AXS TV HD Only AXS TV LLC, Ryan Seacrest (through Ryan Seacrest Media), Anschutz Entertainment Group, & Creative Artists Agency

AXS TV
AXS TV On Demand

formerly HDNet
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
BBC America Yes BBC

BBC America
BBC America On Demand

Distributed in US by Discovery Communications
BET Yes BET Networks (Viacom)

BET East
BET West
BET On Demand

Also known as “Black Entertainment Television”
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Bravo Yes NBCUniversal

Bravo East
Bravo West
Bravo On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed Cars.tv HD Only Entertainment Studios Networks Video on Demand channel Centric Yes BET Networks formerly BET Jazz, then BET J (English) and (Spanish) audio feed Chiller No NBCUniversal

Chiller
Chiller On Demand

airs horror and suspense programming
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Cloo No NBCUniversal Formerly Sleuth on August 15, 2011
crime & mystery programs
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
CMT Yes Viacom Media Networks

CMT East
CMT West
CMT On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
The Comcast Network Yes NBCUniversal Formerly CN8 until January 5, 2009. The Comcast Network now has separate operations in the Philadelphia and Washington D.C. markets. TCN HD is a temporary channel used by Comcast to cover local sports events. Comedy Central Yes Viacom Media Networks Comedy Central East Comedy Central West Comedy Central On Demand A product of the merger of Viacom’s HA! TV Comedy Network and The Comedy Channel, owned by Time Warner.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Comedy.tv HD Only Entertainment Studios Networks Video on

Demand channel
Cooking Channel Yes Scripps Networks Interactive Replaced

Fine Living Network.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Create No American Public Television
Crime & Investigation Network Yes A+E Networks (English) and

(Spanish) audio feed
Destination America Yes Discovery Communications

Destination America
Destination America On Demand

was most recently “Planet Green” until it was rebranded on May 26, 2012
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Discovery Channel Yes

Discovery Channel East
Discovery Channel West
Discovery Channel On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Discovery Life No Replaced FitTV on February 1, 2011.
A product of the merger of Discovery Health and FitTV. Known as Discovery Fit & Health.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
DIY Network Yes Scripps Networks Interactive Do-It-Yourself

Network
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
E! Yes NBCUniversal

E! East
E! West
E! en Español
E! On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
El Rey Yes Robert Rodriguez \ Univision Communications General entertainment channel targeted at Latino audiences (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Es.tv HD Only Entertainment Studios Network Video on Demand channel
Esquire Network Yes NBCUniversal

Esquire On Demand

formerly Style Network
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Food Network Yes Scripps Networks Interactive

Food Network East
Food Network West
Food Network On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
FX Yes Fox Entertainment Group

FX East
FX West

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
FXX Yes (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
GSN Yes DirecTV and Sony Pictures Entertainment

GSN East
GSN West

Game Show Network
Hallmark Channel Yes Crown Media Holdings formerly Faith and

Values, and Odyssey
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
FYI Yes A+E Networks

Fyi
Fyi On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
History Yes

History East
History West
History On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
H2 Yes formerly History International
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Military History No
HGTV Yes Scripps Networks Interactive

HGTV East
HGTV West
HGTV On Demand

also known as Home & Garden Television
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
IFC Yes AMC Networks

IFC Free On Demand
IFC

also referred to as the Independent Film Channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Investigation Discovery Yes Discovery Communications

Investigation Discovery
Investigation Discovery On Demand

formerly Discovery Times, Discovery Civilization Channel, originally Eye On

People
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Ion Television Yes Ion Media Networks

Ion Eastern
Ion Central
Ion Mountain
Ion Pacific

formerly PAX and i; shows mostly infomercials with 7–9 hours of syndicated entertainment programming a day. Also available as a broadcast channel in many areas. Ion Life No Video on Demand channel Lifetime Yes A+E Networks

Lifetime East
Lifetime West

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
LMN (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
LRW No (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Live Well Network HD Only Disney-ABC Television Group
Logo TV Yes Viacom Media Networks

Logo TV East
Logo TV West
Logo TV On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MTV Yes

MTV East
MTV West
MTV On Demand

Music-related programming, originally Music Television
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MTV2 Yes

MTV2
MTV2 On Demand

formerly M2 / the box
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MAVTV Yes Lucas Oil Products (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
mydestination.tv HD only
NASA TV Yes NASA
Nat Geo Yes 21st Century Fox and National Geographic Society

National Geographic
National Geographic On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Nat Geo Wild Yes

Nat Geo Wild
Nat Geo Wild On Demand

Formerly Fox Reality Channel and National Geographic Wild
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Nick at Nite Yes Viacom Media Networks

Nick at Nite East
Nick at Nite West
Nick at Nite On Demand

The primary nighttime programming block; though Nick at Nite airs on the same channel as Nickelodeon, it is counted as a separate channel for ratings reasons.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Oxygen Yes NBCUniversal (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
OWN Yes Discovery Communications, Harpo Productions

OWN East
OWN West
OWN On Call

Ovation Yes Hubbard Broadcasting

Ovation
Ovation On Demand

Pivot Yes Participant Media

Pivot On Demand

Also has online subscription channel and online on demand content.
Pop Yes Lions Gate Entertainment (50%) and CBS Corporation (50%)

Pop East
Pop West

formerly the Prevue Guide, Prevue Channel, TV Guide Channel, TV Guide

Network and TVGN
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Reelz Yes Hubbard Broadcasting

Reelz
Reelz On Demand

Formerly ReelzChannel;
movie news, trailers, behind the scenes
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Recipe.tv HD Only
RLTV No known as Retirement Living TV.
RFD-TV Yes RFD Communications Inc. RFD-TV HD has a different

lineup from the standard-definition version of RFD-TV
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Science Yes Discovery Communications formerly Discovery

Science
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Smithsonian Channel Yes Smithsonian Institution, Showtime Networks
Spike Yes Viacom Media Networks

Spike East
Spike West
Spike On Demand

formerly The Nashville Network (TNN); and The National Network (TNN)
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
SundanceTV Yes AMC Networks

SundanceTV East
SundanceTV West
SundanceTV On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Syfy Yes NBCUniversal

Syfy East
Syfy West
Syfy On Demand

professional wrestling & faux-reality programming – known as the Sci Fi

Channel until July 7, 2009
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
TLC Yes Discovery Communications

TLC East
TLC West
TLC On Demand

formerly The Learning Channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
TBS Yes Turner Broadcasting System(Time Warner)

TBS East
TBS West
TBS On Demand

stands for Turner Broadcasting System; shows mostly comedy; previously TBS

Superstation and Superstation WTBS
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
TruTV Yes

TruTV East
TruTV West
TruTV On Demand

Known as Court TV from 1991 – December 31, 2007
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
TNT Yes

TNT East
TNT West
TNT On Demand

shows mostly drama
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Travel Channel Yes Scripps Networks Interactive
Cox Media Group

Travel Channel East
Travel Channel West
Travel Channel On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
TV Land Yes Viacom Media Networks

TV Land East
TV Land West

plays mostly 70s-90s programming and nostalgia-related original programming
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed TV One Yes Radio One and Comcast (English) and (Spanish) audio feed Up Yes InterMedia Partners uplifting, family-friendly entertainment; formerly Gospel Music Channel and GMC TV Universal HD HD only NBCUniversal Formerly Bravo HD+ (English) and (Spanish) audio feed USA Network Yes

USA East
USA West
USA On Demand

drama & comedy
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Velocity HD Only Discovery Communications Formerly HD

Theater and originally Discovery HD Theater (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
VH1 Yes Viacom Media Networks (Viacom)

VH1 East
VH1 West
VH1 On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
VH1 Classic No

VH1 Classic East
VH1 Classic West
VH1 Classic On Demand

classic rock documentaries and occasional video blocks
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
WE tv Yes AMC Networks

We TV East
We TV West
We TV On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
WGN America Yes Tribune Broadcasting (Tribune Company) (English)

and (Spanish) audio feed
Z Living Yes
Family
Name HD Owner Other Feeds Notes
ABC Family Yes Disney–ABC Television Group

ABC Family East
ABC Family West

formerly CBN Satellite Service, CBN Cable, The Family Channel, and Fox

Family
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
BabyTV Yes Fox International Channels
BabyFirst Yes Various investors Daytime programs at 5:30am–

11:00pm & nighttime programs at 11:00pm–5:30am.
Boomerang No Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) *Boomerang

Boomerang en Español
Boomerang On Demand

Mostly animated series. Relaunch and rebrand on January 19, 2015.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Cartoon Network Yes

Cartoon Network East
Cartoon Network West
Cartoon Network On Demand

Mostly animated and live-action series
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
CBeebies Yes BBC On Dish Network
Discovery Family Yes Discovery Communications and Hasbro, Inc.

formerly Discovery Kids and Hub Network.
Disney Channel Yes Disney–ABC Television Group

Disney Channel East
Disney Channel West
Disney Channel On Demand

formerly The Disney Channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Disney Junior Yes Launched March 23, 2012. TV channel for ages 2–7.
Disney XD Yes

Disney XD East
Disney XD West
Disney XD en Español
Disney XD On Demand

Action, adventure and comedy programs aimed at males 7–14 years old –

formerly Toon Disney / Jetix; animated Disney shows; changed format/name on February

13, 2009.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
FamilyNet Yes North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist

Convention
Kids & Teens TV No Sky Angel educational entertainment

for kids
Nick Jr. Yes Viacom Media Networks

Nick Jr. (Eastern)
Nick Jr. (Pacific)
Nick Jr. On Demand

Originally Noggin sharing time with The N (now TeenNick), its air time was

from 6 a.m.-6 p.m. ET. Noggin became its own channel on December 31, 2007 when The N

took the place of Nick GAS. On September 28, 2009 Noggin became Nick Jr.
Nickelodeon Yes

Nickelodeon East
Nickelodeon West
Nickelodeon On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Nick 2 No

Nick 2 East
Nick 2 West
(opposite coast’s feed used depending on which of the main Nick channel’s

network feed is used in their designated areas of the country)

For East Coast viewers, this is the West Coast feed of Nickelodeon, and vice

versa; carried exclusively via digital cable, while both the East and West Coast

feeds of Nickelodeon are carried on satellite.
Nicktoons Yes formerly Nicktoons TV and Nicktoons Network.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
TeenNick No

TeenNick
TeenNick On Demand

Originally The N, sharing time with Noggin (now Nick Jr.), taking over

Noggin’s channel space from 6 p.m.-6 a.m. ET. The N became its own channel on

December 31, 2007 when The N took the place of Nick GAS. On September 28, 2009 The N

became TeenNick.
Qubo No Ion Media Networks programming for children
Sprout Yes NBCUniversal

Sprout
Sprout On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Miscellaneous
Name HD Owner Other Feeds Notes
Pirate TV No Dish Network A special channel on Dish Network.

The channel is accessible only to viewers using illegally modified receivers, and

consists solely of a tape loop confirming that the connection is illegal, followed

by an offering of amnesty to illegal viewers if they call a special toll-free number

and subscribe to the service legally.
Movies
Name Owner East/West Feed HD Notes
Cinemax Home Box Office, Inc.

Max East
Max West
MoreMax East
MoreMax West
5StarMax East
ActionMax East
ActionMax West
OuterMax East
ThrillerMax East
ThrillerMax West
MoreMax
MaxLatino
Max On Demand

Max East
Max West
MoreMax East
MoreMax West
5StarMax
ActionMax East
ActionMax West
OuterMax
ThrillerMax East
ThrillerMax West
MovieMax
MaxLatino
Max On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Cinémoi US Cinemoi North America Launched on September 17,

2012; airs French movies; Previously available only on DirecTV; DirecTV ceased

transmission July 1, 2013. Airs on Verizon FiOS.
Encore Starz Inc.

Encore East
Encore West
Encore Action East
Encore Action West
Encore Black East
Encore Black West
Encore Español
Encore Classic East
Encore Classic West
Encore Suspense East
Encore Suspense West
Encore Family
Encore Westerns East
Encore Westerns West
Encore On Demand

Encore East
Encore West
Encore Action
Encore Suspense
Encore Classic

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Epix Studio 3 Partners (Viacom, MGM and Lions Gate Entertainment)

EPIX
EPIX2
EPIX3
EPIX Drive-In

EPIX
EPIX2
EPIX3

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Euro Cinema Movies On Demand No Video On Demand Channel.
Film Festival On Demand No Video On Demand Channel.
Flix Showtime Networks (CBS Corporation) Yes (English) and

(Spanish) audio feed
FX Movie Channel 21st Century Fox

FX Movie Channel
FX Movie Channel On Demand

Yes formerly fXM – Movies from Fox; rebranded as Fox Movie Channel in

2000 and FXM in 2013
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
HBO Home Box Office, Inc. (Time Warner)

HBO East
HBO West
HBO2 East
HBO2 West
HBO Signature East
HBO Signature West
HBO Family East
HBO Family West
HBO Comedy East
HBO Comedy West
HBO Zone East
HBO Zone West
HBO Latino East
HBO Latino West
HBO On Demand

HBO East
HBO West
HBO2 East
HBO2 West
HBO Signature East
HBO Signature West
HBO Family East
HBO Family West
HBO Comedy East
HBO Comedy West
HBO Zone East
HBO Zone West
HBO Latino East
HBO Latino West
HBO On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Crown Media Holdings Yes formerly

Hallmark Movie Channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
HDNet Movies AXS TV LLC

HDNet Movies
HDNet Movies On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MGM HD Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer HD Only
MoviePlex Starz Inc.

MoviePlex
RetroPlex
IndiePlex

RetroPlex
IndiePlex

Showtime Showtime Networks (CBS Corporation)

Showtime East
Showtime West
Showtime 2 East
Showtime 2 West
Showtime Showcase East
Showtime Showcase West
Showtime Beyond East
Showtime Beyond West
Showtime Extreme East
Showtime Extreme West
Showtime Family Zone East
Showtime Family Zone West
Showtime Next East
Showtime Next West
Showtime Women East
Showtime Women West
Showtime On Demand

Showtime East
Showtime West
Showtime 2 East
Showtime 2 West
Showtime Showcase East
Showtime Showcase West
Showtime Beyond East
Showtime Beyond West
Showtime Extreme East
Showtime Extreme West
Showtime Family Zone East
Showtime Family Zone West
Showtime Next East
Showtime Next West
Showtime Women East
Showtime Women West
Showtime On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Sony Movie Channel Sony Pictures Television HD Only
Starz Starz Inc.

Starz East
Starz West
Starz Cinema
Starz Comedy
Starz Edge East
Starz Edge West
Starz InBlack
Starz Kids & Family
Starz On Demand

Starz East
Starz West
Starz Cinema
Starz Comedy
Starz Edge East
Starz Edge West
Starz InBlack
Starz Kids & Family
Starz On Demand

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
The Movie Channel Showtime Networks (CBS Corporation)

The Movie Channel East
The Movie Channel West
The Movie Channel Xtra East
The Movie Channel Xtra West
The Movie Channel On Demand

The Movie Channel East
The Movie Channel West
The Movie Channel Xtra East
The Movie Channel Xtra West

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Turner Classic Movies Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner)

Turner Classic Movies
Turner Classic Movies On Demand

Yes also referred to as TCM.
Warner Brothers Free Movies No Video on demand channel
VeneMovies Grupo Cisneros No (Spanish) audio feed
Music
Music audio-only
Name Owner Notes
DMX Digital audio service available to commercial establishments /

Digital audio service available on DirecTV channels 801-884 and 9560-9574.
Music Choice Digital audio service available through digital cable
Muzak Muzak Holdings LLC Digital audio service available to commercial

establishments / Available on Dish Network channels 920-979, and 981.
Sirius Satellite Radio / XM Satellite Radio Sirius XM Radio Available on

Dish Network channels 6002-6099/Hopper 99
Stingray Music Stingray Digital Available on AT&T U-Verse channels 5100-

5174.
Music video
Name HD Owner East/West Feed Notes
BET Gospel No BET Networks (Viacom)
BET Hip-Hop No
CMT Pure Country No Viacom Media Networks formerly VH1 Country
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Concert TV No Stingray Digital Video on demand channel
Fuse Yes Madison Square Garden, Inc.

fuse
fuse On Demand

formerly Much Music USA
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
GAC Yes Scripps Networks Interactive

GAC
GAC On Demand

formerly referred to as GAC
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Harmony Channel No Harmony Intermedia, Inc. Mood

elevating visual music
MTV Hits No Viacom Media Networks 24-hour Hot 100 video

station.
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MTV Jams No formerly MTVX
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MTVU No formerly College Television Network
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Palladia HD Only Features content from MTV, VH1, and CMT
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Revolt Yes Sean Combs features live concerts, documentaries, music

videos and hip-hop themed feature films.
Tempo Networks No Tempo Networks, LLC formerly MTV Tempo
The Soundtrack Channel No
TheCoolTV No Cool Music Network, LLC
VH1 Soul No Viacom Media Networks R&B, funk, soul, and Motown
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Volksmusik TV No ACOS Radio & Television Development Corp. Inc. & BGP-Medien

GmbH Popular German language folk music and Schlager network
ZUUS Country No ZUUS Media, LLC
News
Name HD feeds Owner Notes
AccuWeather Network Yes AccuWeather Launched March 10, 2015.

Available on Verizon FiOS.
Al Jazeera America Yes

Al Jazeera America On Demand

Al Jazeera Media Network known as Current TV
Bloomberg TV Yes Bloomberg L.P. (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
CNBC Yes NBCUniversal
CNBC World No
CNN Yes Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner)
CNN Airport No Available only in airports
CNN International Yes
C-SPAN Yes National Cable Satellite Corporation covers the United

States House of Representatives
C-SPAN 2 Yes covers the United States Senate and airs Book TV on

weekends
C-SPAN 3 Yes covers other live events and airs archived

historical programming
Fox Business Network Yes 21st Century Fox
Fox News Channel Yes News from a center-right perspective
Free Speech TV No Independent Public, non-profit channel
Fusion Yes Disney/ABC / Univision Communications
HLN Yes Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) formerly

CNN2, CNN Headline News and Headline News. HLN HD is currently carried on various

Time Warner Cable systems.
Link TV No Link Media, Inc. formerly World Link TV
MSNBC Yes NBCUniversal News from a center-left perspective
Newsmax TV Yes
NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards No Content depends on city, state, & region.

NOAA / National Weather Service (U.S. Government) Some cable systems may have

local radar with audio, text messages with audio, or audio only.
One America News Network Yes Herring Broadcasting In

cooperation with the Washington Times.
RT America Yes (ANO) TV-Novosti International news channel

from DC with Russia twist.
The Weather Channel Yes
IntelliStar 2

Weather Channel
Weather Channel On Demand

NBCUniversal (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
WeatherNation TV Yes WeatherNation TV, Inc. Weather network
Weatherscan No NBCUniversal
Regional news
Name Location Owner Notes
Idaho’s very Own 24/7 Boise, Idaho Tegna, Inc.
Arizona NewsChannel Phoenix, Arizona
Arizona Capitol Television Phoenix, Arizona Arizona Legislature also

called ACP
Bay News 9 Tampa, Florida Bright House Networks
Blue Ridge Communications Networks
* Cable 11 Northern Lancaster County
* TV 13 The Poconos Eastern Pennsylvania Blue Ridge Communications
Chicagoland Television Chicago, Illinois Tribune Broadcasting
New England Cable News New England NBCUniversal also called NECN
News 12 Networks
* News 12 Long Island
* News 12 New Jersey
* News 12 Westchester
* News 12 Connecticut
* News 12 The Bronx
* News 12 Brooklyn
* News 12 Hudson Valley New York Metro Cablevision
News 13 Orlando, Florida Bright House Networks
News 9 Now / News on 6 Now Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma Cox Media

Group & Griffin Communications
NewsWatch 15 New Orleans, Louisiana Tegna, Inc. and Cox Media Group
NewsChannel 8 Washington DC regional, Virginia and Maryland Sinclair Broadcast

Group
Northwest Cable News Seattle, Washington (Serving the Pacific Northwest)

Tegna, Inc. Uses news resources from co-owned Belo outlets KING-TV/Seattle,

KREM/Spokane, KGW/Portland, Oregon and KTVB/Boise, Idaho
NY1 New York City Time Warner Cable
Pittsburgh Cable News Channel Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Cox Communications

also called PCNC; Uses resources from co-owned WPXI
WSNN-LD Sarasota, Florida Sarasota Herald-Tribune formerly

known as SNN Local News, SNN Local News 6, SNN News 6, and Six News Now
Time Warner Cable News Austin Austin, Texas Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable News Buffalo Buffalo, New York Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable News Capital Region Upstate New York Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable News Central New York Syracuse, New York Time Warner

Cable
Time Warner Cable News North Carolina North Carolina
* Durham
* Raleigh
* Greensboro
* Winston-Salem
* High Point
* Charlotte Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable News Rochester Rochester, New York Time Warner Cable

Original station of the Time Warner Cable News system. Started as Greater Rochester

Cablevision.
Sports
Name HD Owner Notes
beIN Sport USA Yes Al Jazeera Media Network / Turner Broadcasting System

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
CBS Sports Network Yes CBS Corporation formerly CSTV and CBS

College Sports Network (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
ESPN Yes ESPN Inc. (Disney/Hearst Corporation) (English) and (Spanish)

audio feed
ESPN2 Yes (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
ESPN Plus Yes syndicates college sports to local broadcast and regional

cable stations.
ESPN Classic No formerly Classic Sports Network, Becoming Video on Demand

channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
ESPNews Yes (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
ESPNU Yes (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
ESPN Full Court Some regular season NCAA Some ESPN ALT feeds are in HD on

directv
ESPN GamePlan No NCAA football PPV package
Fox College Sports Yes 21st Century Fox
Fox College Sports (Atlantic) formerly Fox Sports Atlantic
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Fox College Sports (Central) formerly Fox Sports Central
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Fox College Sports (Pacific) formerly Fox Sports Pacific
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Fox Soccer Plus Yes Soccer plus extensive coverage of rugby union.

Established after News Corporation acquired most of the former broadcast rights of

Setanta Sports USA.
Fox Sports 1 Yes Fox Sports 24 hour sports network. Formerly Speed Channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Fox Sports 2 Yes Fox Sports 24 hour sports network. Formerly Fuel TV
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Game Yes In Demand outlet for MLB Extra Innings, and NHL Center Ice
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Golf Channel Yes NBCUniversal (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
HRTV No Stronach Group and Churchill Downs Incorporated
MLB Extra Innings Yes Major League Baseball (English) and (Spanish)

audio feed
MLB Network Yes launched January 1, 2009 (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MLS Direct Kick Yes Major League Soccer
NBA League Pass Yes National Basketball Association (English)

and (Spanish) audio feed
NBA TV Yes formerly NBA.com TV; Turner Sports operates the channel in

association with the NBA.
NBCSN Yes NBCUniversal formerly Outdoor Life Network, Versus, and NBC

Sports Network
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
NFL Network Yes National Football League launched November 4, 2003

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
NFL RedZone Yes NFL Football (airs 1-8PM Sundays only) NFL Network Version

of red zone
NFL Sunday Ticket Yes (exclusive to DirecTV)
NFL Sunday Ticket RedZone Yes Exclusive DirecTV Version of red zone
NHL Center Ice Yes National Hockey League (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
NHL Network Yes National Hockey League
NBCUniversal (15.6%) launched October 1, 2007
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Outdoor Channel Yes Outdoor Channel Holdings Inc. (English) and

(Spanish) audio feed
Outside Television No
Pursuit Channel No Hunting and fishing adventure programming
The Ski Channel No Steve Bellamy, Jonny Moseley, Bryan Brothers

Video on demand channel
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Sportsman Channel Yes InterMedia Outdoors (English) and (Spanish)

audio feed
Team Yes In Demand outlet for NBA League Pass, and MLS Direct Kick
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Tennis Channel Yes IMG, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Steve Bellamy, Frank Biondi

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes Yes Time Warner

Cable Launched October 1, 2012. Available in all TV providers.
TVG No Betfair The Interactive Horse Racing Network
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Universal Sports Yes NBCUniversal (minority) and InterMedia Partners

(majority) High definition feed launched in 2012
World Fishing Network Yes Altitude Sports and Entertainment (50%) Insight

Sports Ltd. (50%) (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
UFC Events on Demand No Video on demand channel
Untamed Sports TV No OlympusSat, Inc.
Regional sports networks
Name HD Owner Notes
4SD Yes Cox Communications 4SD won’t retain the rights for Padres

baseball for the 2012 season and beyond
Altitude Sports and Entertainment Yes Kroenke Sports Enterprises

Sports channel covering Denver sports teams
Big Ten Network Yes Big Ten Conference / Fox Cable Networks (a division

of 21st Century Fox) Big Ten Conference sports
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Big Ten Network On Demand Yes Big Ten Conference / Fox Cable Networks (a

division of 21st Century Fox) Big Ten Conference sports
Bright House Sports Network Yes Bright House Networks Tampa Bay Sports TV
Comcast SportsNet Yes NBCUniversal as a division of NBC Sports

CSN Bay Area (formerly SportsChannel Pacific and FSN Bay Area, sister channel of

CSN California)
CSN Chicago (formerly FSN Chicago)
CSN Mid-Atlantic (formerly HTS: Home Team Sports)
CSN New England (formerly SportsChannel New England and FSN New England)
CSN Northwest
CSN Philadelphia (formerly PRISM, put SportsChannel Philadelphia out of

business)
CSN California (formerly CSN West, sister channel of CSN Bay Area)

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Cox Sports Television Yes Cox Communications
Fox Sports Networks (formerly Fox Sports Net) Yes† 21st Century Fox through Fox

Entertainment Group

Fox Sports Arizona
Fox Sports Detroit (put competitor PASS Sports out of business in 1997)
Fox Sports Florida (formerly SportsChannel Florida) – sister channel of Sun

Sports
Fox Sports Midwest (formerly Prime Sports Midwest) sister channel of Fox Sports

Kansas City and Fox Sports Indiana
Fox Sports Indiana – sister channel of Fox Sports Indiana and Fox Sports

Kansas City
Fox Sports Kansas City – sister channel of Fox Sports Midwest and Fox Sports

Indiana.
Fox Sports North (formerly Midwest Sports Channel – MSC). Sister channel of Fox

Sports Wisconsin
Fox Sports Wisconsin – sister channel of Fox Sports North
Fox Sports Ohio – Cleveland feed (formerly SportsChannel Ohio)
Fox Sports Ohio – Cincinnati feed (formerly SportsChannel Cincinnati)
Prime Ticket – (formerly FSN West 2) – sister channel of Fox Sports West
Fox Sports South (formerly the old SportSouth) – sister channel of current

SportSouth
Fox Sports Southwest (originally Home Sports Entertainment – HSE, then Prime

Sports Southwest)
Fox Sports Houston – subfeed of Fox Sports Southwest
Fox Sports Oklahoma – subfeed of Fox Sports Southwest
Fox Sports West (originally Prime Ticket, then Prime Sports West) – sister

channel of Prime Ticket
Fox Sports San Diego – subfeed of Fox Prime Ticket

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Longhorn Network Yes University of Texas at Austin / ESPN / IMG College
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network Yes Baltimore Orioles, Washington Nationals

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MSG Yes Madison Square Garden, Inc. (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
MSG Plus Yes formerly SportsChannel New York and FSN New York
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
New England Sports Network Yes Boston Red Sox / Boston Bruins
Pac-12 Network Yes Pacific-12 Conference Pac-12 Conference sports, consists

of a national feed plus 6 regional feeds
Root Sports Yes DirecTV Sports Networks

Root Sports Southwest (formerly CSN Houston)
Root Sports Pittsburgh (formerly FSN Pittsburgh)
Root Sports Northwest (formerly FSN Northwest)
Root Sports Rocky Mountain (formerly FSN Rocky Mountain)
Root Sports Utah (formerly FSN Utah, sister channel of Root Sports Rocky

Mountain)

Sabres Hockey Network Yes Buffalo Sabres (Terrence Pegula) / Entercom

Communications Broadcast on radio and MSG Network
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
SEC Network Yes ESPN Inc. (Disney/Hearst Corporation)
SportsNet New York Yes New York Mets, Time Warner, NBCUniversal

(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
SportSouth Yes 21st Century Fox formerly Turner South and sister

channel of FSN South
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
SportsTime Ohio Yes (English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Sun Sports Yes formerly Sunshine Network. Sister channel of FSN Florida
(English) and (Spanish) audio feed
Time Warner Cable SportsNet Yes Time Warner Cable (English) and

(Korean) audio feed
Time Warner Cable Deportes Yes 24 hour (Spanish) audio feed
Time Warner Cable Sports Channel Yes Time Warner formerly Metro

Sports
YES Network Yes Yankee Global Enterprises LLC / Goldman Sachs / 21st Century

Fox (English) and (Spanish) audio feed

†Each affiliate has its own feed but only some local games and national FS programs

such as FS Final Score The Baseball Report and national games produced by FS are in

HD. HD feeds are left blank the rest of the time.
Distant Locals
Name Owner Notes
WPIX New York WPIX, LLC. (Tribune Broadcasting) superstation The CW feed for

markets without a The CW affiliate
KTLA Los Angeles KTLA, LLC. (Tribune Broadcasting) superstation The CW

feed for markets without a The CW affiliate
WGN-TV Chicago WGN Continental Broadcasting Company (Tribune Broadcasting)

superstation The CW feed for markets without a The CW affiliate
KWGN-TV Denver KWGN, LLC. (Tribune Broadcasting) superstation The CW feed for

markets without a The CW affiliate
WSBK-TV Boston CBS Television Licenses LLC (CBS Corporation) superstation feed of

MyNetworkTV
WPCH-TV Atlanta SuperStation, Inc. (Turner Broadcasting System)

superstation feed. Formerly WTBS, rebranded as PeachtreeTV
WWOR-TV Secaucus, New Jersey Fox Television Stations superstation

MyNetworkTV feed for markets without a MyNetworkTV affiliate
WABC-TV New York American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (Disney/ABC)

national ABC feed for markets without an ABC affiliate
KABC-TV Los Angeles ABC Holding Company, Inc. (Disney/ABC)
WCVB-TV Boston WCVB Hearst Television, Inc. (Hearst Television)
WXYZ Detroit Scripps Media, Inc. (E.W. Scripps Company)
WLS-TV Chicago WLS Television, Inc. (Disney/ABC)
KSTP-TV Minneapolis KSTP-TV, LLC (Hubbard Broadcasting)
KMGH-TV Denver Scripps Media, Inc. (E. W. Scripps Company)
WCBS-TV New York CBS Broadcasting, Inc. (CBS Corporation) national CBS

feed for markets without a CBS affiliate
KCBS-TV Los Angeles
WBZ-TV Boston CBS Television Licenses LLC (CBS Corporation)
WWJ-TV Detroit CBS Broadcasting, Inc. (CBS Corporation)
WBBM-TV Chicago
WCCO-TV Minneapolis
KCNC-TV Denver CBS Television Stations, Inc. (CBS Corporation)
WNBC New York NBC Telemundo License, LLC (NBCUniversal) national NBC feed

for markets without an NBC affiliate
KNBC Los Angeles
WHDH Boston WHDH-TV (Sunbeam Television)
WDIV-TV Detroit Post-Newsweek Stations, Michigan, Inc. (Post-Newsweek

Stations)
WMAQ Chicago NBC Telemundo License, LLC (NBCUniversal)
KARE Minneapolis Multimedia Holdings Corporation (Gannett Company)
KUSA Denver
WNYW New York Fox Television Stations national Fox feed for markets

without a Fox affiliate
KTTV Los Angeles
WUHF Rochester WUHF Licensee, LLC (Sinclair Broadcast Group)
WFLD Chicago Fox Television Stations
KDVR Denver Community Television Of Colorado, LLC (Tribune Broadcasting)
KCET Los Angeles
The CW Plus CBS Corporation 50%
Time Warner 50% The CW feed for markets without a The CW affiliate
WKAQ-TV Telemundo of Puerto Rico (NBCUniversal) Telemundo (Spanish)
Religion
Name HD Owner Notes
3ABN Yes Three Angels Broadcasting Network 3ABN (English) audio feed
3ABN Kids Network Yes Three Angels Broadcasting Network formerly

SonBeam Channel
Angel One No Available on Dish Network.
Angel Two No Available on Dish Network.
BYUtv Yes Brigham Young University Latter-day Saint audience.
CatholicTV Yes CatholicTV.com 24/7 faith-based entertainment
The Church Channel Yes Trinity Broadcasting Network
CTN No Available on DirecTV.
Daystar Yes
EWTN Yes EWTN (Spanish) audio feed
GEB America No Oral Roberts University Available on DirecTV.
God’s Learning Channel No Prime Time Christian Broadcasting
God TV No The Angel Foundation worldwide Broadcast Licence is held by Angel

Christian Television Trust Inc.[1]
Hope Channel Yes Hope Channel, Seventh-day Adventist Church
Hope Church Channel No
INSP Yes The Inspiration Networks
JBS-Jewish Broadcasting Service Yes JBS-Jewish Broadcasting Service
JLTV No
LeSEA Yes LeSEA Broadcasting Also known as World Harvest Television
NRB Network No National Religious Broadcasters Available on

DirecTV.
SBN No
Telecare (Long Island) No
TBN Yes Trinity Broadcasting Network
Smile of a Child TV No 24/7 religious-based children’s television network
JUCE TV Yes formerly JCTV
TBN Russia Yes
TCT Yes Available on DirecTV.
The Word Network No Adell Broadcasting
Shopping
Name HD Owner Notes
America’s Auction Network No ValCom
EVINE Live Yes ValueVision Media Formerly ShopHQ.
Gem Shopping Network No
Home Shopping Network Yes HSN, Inc.
Liquidation Channel Yes The Jewelry Channel, Inc.
Jewelry Television Yes Multimedia Commerce Group Inc. formerly ACN
QVC Yes Liberty Interactive
QVC Plus Yes
Rocks TV No The Genuine Gemstone Company
Spanish
Name HD Owner East/West Feed Notes
3ABN Latino Yes Three Angels Broadcasting Network
Azteca Yes Azteca International Corporation
CNN en Español No Turner Broadcasting System
Cinelatino No MVS Comunicaciones Distributed/owned in Canada

by Telelatino Network Inc.
Discovery en Español No Discovery Communications
Discovery Familia No formerly Discovery Kids en Español
Enlace NO Trinity Broadcasting Network
ESPN Deportes Yes ESPN Inc. Spanish Language sports network
Esperanza TV Yes Hope Channel, Seventh-day Adventist Church
EWTN Español Yes
Fox Deportes Yes 21st Century Fox formerly Fox en Español, Fox

Sports Américas
Galavisión Yes Univision Communications

Galavisión East
Galavisión West

GOL TV Yes Gol TV Inc.
History en Español No A+E Networks
HITN No Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network, Inc.
HispanicTV No Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner)
LATV No
La Familia Network No
Mexicanal No
Mega TV No
MHz WorldView No MHz Networks (Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation)

MTV Tres No Viacom Media Networks

Tr3s
Tr3s On Demand

formerly MTV en Español.
MundoVision No MundoVision Corporation of America
Nat Geo Mundo No 21st Century Fox
NBC Universo Yes NBCUniversal

NBC Universo East
NBC Universo West

formerly mun2
NuvoTV No Formerly Si TV
¡Sorpresa! No Firestone Communications
TeleHit No Televisa Networks
Telemundo Yes NBCUniversal

Telemundo East
Telemundo West

(Spanish) audio feed
TV Venezuela No
UniMás Yes Univision Communications

UniMás East
UniMás West

Formerly TeleFutura
Univision Yes

Univision East
Univision West

(Spanish) audio feed
Univision Deportes Network Yes Spanish Language sports network
Vubiquity No Vubiquity

Creates and distributes over 20 Video on demand networks
WAPA America Yes InterMedia Advisors
Ethnic
Name Owner language
3ABN Français Three Angels Broadcasting Network French TV channel based in

West Frankfort, IL
3ABN Russia Three Angels Broadcasting Network Russian TV channel based in

Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
The Africa Channel Various Investors African TV channel based in North

Hollywood, CA
The Arabic Channel Allied Media Corp. Arabic TV channel based in New York

City, NY
Afrotainment Soundview Africa African TV channel based in New York City,

NY
Afrotainment Music African Music channel based in New York City, NY
ARTN Armenian-Russian Television Network Armenian TV channel based in

Glendale, California
Bostel RTV Bostel Bosnian TV channel based in Chicago, IL
DFH Network DFH Network Inc. Turkish Pay-TV service based in Santa Ana,

California comprising 7 channels
German Kino Plus FennFamLLC German TV channel based in Marietta, Georgia
ITV Gold International Broadcasting Network South Asian TV channel based

in Long Island City, NY
Impact Television Impact Television Network Russian TV channel based in

Sacramento, California
JBS-Jewish Broadcasting Service English news and cultural Jewish TV channel
Jewish Life Television Jewish TV channel based in Los Angeles, CA
JUS One JUS Broadcasting Punjabi TV channel based in Long Island

City, NY
JUS Punjabi Punjabi TV channel based in Long Island City, NY
KO-AM TV KO_AM TV Inc. Korean TV channel based in Seattle, Washington
The Korean Channel The Korean Channel Inc. Korean TV channel based in

College Point, NY
MKTV Media Korea Inc. Korean TV channel based in Fort Lee, New Jersey
Myx TV ABS-CBN Corporation Asian-American TV channel based in the Los Angeles

Metropolitan Area
New Greek TV New Greek TV Inc. Greek TV channel based in Astoria NY
One World Sport One Media Corp, Inc. Asian Sports channel based in Fort

Worth, Texas
RSC Romanian Satellite Network Romanian Pay-TV service based in Rockville,

Maryland, comprising 5 channels
Russia Today Russian Media Group LLC Russian TV channel based in Fort

Lee, New Jersey
TV503 Crossing TV Lincoln Square Media Russian TV channel based in New

York, New York
Saigon Broadcasting Television Network SBTN Inc. Vietnamese TV channel based

in Garden Grove, California
Sino TV Multicultural Radio Broadcasting Inc. Chinese channel based in New

York City, NY
Sky Link TV Sky Link TV Inc. Chinese TV channel based in Rosemead,

California
SPT TV Seabra Portuguese Television Portuguese TV channel based in Newark, New

Jersey
Tai Seng Sat TV Tai Seng Entertainment Chinese TV channel based in San

Francisco, CA
Tapesh TV Persian Broadcasting Company Persian TV channel based in Los

Angeles, CA
Jadeworld TVB USA Inc. Chinese TV channel based in Norwalk, California
TV Asia Asia Star Broadcasting Inc South Asian TV channel, based in

Edison, New Jersey
TV Japan NHK Cosmomedia America Inc. Japanese channel based in New York

City, NY
tvK Television Korea24 Inc. Korean TV channel based in Los Angeles, CA
Viên Thao TV Vien Thao Media Vietnamese TV channel based in San Jose,

California
Adult
Name Owner Multiplex Channels HD Notes
Climax Playboy Enterprises

Climax 1
Climax 2
Climax 3

Hot Choice In Demand Networks, LLC (Comcast, Cox Communications, and Time

Warner) PPV Service, available on most cable systems.
Hustler TV LFP Broadcasting PPV Service Yes
Peephole TV Media House Enterprises, Inc.

The network is available on IPTV, Satellite and Mobile phone

Peephole.TV (Eastern Western Network feed)
Peephole Color (Ethnic adult content)
Peephole Gay World ( Gay Network)
Peephole Big Ass & Tits
Peephole Teen & Milf
Peephole Gang Bang & Gonzo

Penthouse TV Penthouse Media Group / New Frontier Media

Video On Demand Channel
Playboy TV Playboy Enterprises aka Playboy Channel Yes
Playgirl TV Video On Demand Channel
Sedution TV on Demand No Video On Demand Channel
Spice Networks Playboy Enterprises

Club Jenna
Fresh!
SKiN TV
Spice Wild
Spice:Xcess
Shorteez

The Erotic Network New Frontier Media

Juicy
Real
SexSee
TEN
Vavoom
Xtsy

Uncensored TV on Demand Video On Demand Channel.
Former TV networks
Main article: List of defunct television networks in the United States
Educational
Name Owner Notes
Exercise TV Video on Demand channel
Knowledge TV Jones International closed several months after being sold to

Discovery Communications.
Research Channel University of Washington Shut down on August 31,

2010.
Entertainment
Name Owner Notes
3net Discovery Communications / Sony / IMAX 3D television channel launched on

February 13, 2011 and shut down on August 12, 2014.
ARTS Hearst Corporation/ABC Merged with The Entertainment Channel to form A&E in

1984.
Automotive Television Network Global Television / Fidelity Capital
Channel America
Colours TV Black Star Communications Ceased operations on July 13, 2011

for unknown reasons.
Computer Television Service
Documentary Channel Participant Media Merged with Halogen TV and replaced

by Pivot on August 1, 2013.
Fearnet NBCUniversal Shut down on July 30, 2014.
Fox Reality Channel News Corporation Shut down on March 29, 2010,

replaced with Nat Geo Wild.
Freeview DirecTV Rebranded to The 101 Network on 2005, and then got

rebranded to the Audience Network on June 1, 2011.
G4 G4 Media (NBCUniversal) Ceased operations on December 31, 2014.
Ha! Viacom Media Networks Merged with The Comedy Channel to form Comedy

Central in 1991.
INHD2 In Demand Networks LLC iN Demand ceased operation of INHD2, which was a

companion network to INHD, on January 1, 2007. INHD would later be relaunched as

MOJO HD.
The Interactive Channel Source Media
Jones Computer Network Jones Intercable
The Lottery Channel
MOJO HD Comcast, Cox Communications, Time Warner Formerly INHD,

ceased operations on December 1, 2008.
Movietime NBCUniversal Rebranded as E! on 1991.
National Jewish Television Network Existed in the 1980s until at least

some point in the 2000s.
Network 1 Network Telephone Services Channel allowed viewer participation

through 800 and 900 phone numbers.
PlayCable Interactive format features video games, existed in the

early 1980s.
Prevue Channel Lions Gate Entertainment Launched as Prevue Guide, then

modified slightly into Prevue Channel. Purchased by TV Guide in 1999 and renamed TV

Guide Channel and then TV Guide Network, on April 20, 2013 it became TVGN, and now

Pop.
Soapnet Disney/ABC Soap opera network specializing in showing current

and past soap operas ceased operations on December 31, 2013
The Silent Network Specialized channel aimed at hearing-impaired

people; existed in the 1980s.
SingleVision GlobalComm 2000
Talk TV Ed Cooperstein
TNN Viacom Media Networks Originally The Nashville Network later renamed The

National Network. Purchased by Viacom and relaunched as Spike.
Trio NBCUniversal Relaunched as Sleuth in January 1, 2006, and then relaunched

as Cloo on August 15, 2011.
Guide Plus Existed briefly in the 1990s, airing on some cable systems

in lieu of Prevue Channel. TV Guide wanted back in the game, so they purchased

Prevue in 1999 and renamed it TV Guide Channel and then TV Guide Network, and now it

is TVGN.
Varsity TV Varsity Media Group, Inc. high school student-produced

programming
WWOR EMI Service RKO General (1979-1987), MCA (1987-1991), Pinelands, Inc.

(1991-1993), Chris-Craft Industries (1993-1997), Eastern Microwave, Incorporated

(uplinker, 1979-1996; Superstation programmer, 1990-1996), Advance Entertainment

Corporation (uplinker and Superstation programmer, 1996) National version of

New York City’s WWOR-TV. Existed c. 1989-1997
Family
Name Owner Notes
Nick Gas Viacom, MTV Networks On December 31, 2007, The N became its own

channel. The Nick Gas channel was shut down when The N became its own channel. It

retired on September 28, 2009 to TeenNick. The channel ended on April 23, 2009 on

Dish Network for Cartoon Network’s west coast feed.
Noggin Originally broadcasting educational programming from the 1980s to present,

the station changed to being half TeenNick and half Nick Jr. The station ultimately

became Nick Jr. while TeenNick replaced Nick Gas.
Total Communication Network Total Communication Network Entertainment and

educational programming aimed at hearing-impaired children.
LGBT
Name Owner Notes
Gay Entertainment Television Gay Entertainment Television, Inc.
Q Television Network Triangle Multimedia Ceased operations in February 2006.
Lifestyle
Name Owner Notes
Applause Parasol Media
Arts & Antiques Network CYMA Productions
Discovery Health Channel Discovery Communications Merged with FitTV to

create Discovery Fit & Health on February 1, 2011, and got replaced with Oprah

Winfrey Network on January 1, 2011.
Fashion and Design Television Anthony Guccione
Fine Living Network E.W. Scripps Company Shut down on May 31, 2010, replaced

with Cooking Channel.
i-Life TV The Inspiration Networks Opened Halogen TV on October 24,

2009, merged with the Documentary Channel and replaced by Pivot on August 1, 2013.
Kaleidoscope Channel for the disabled
Lime Went online-only February 25, 2007. Formerly Wisdom Network.
Wedding Central Rainbow Media Ceased operations July 1, 2011.
Wine TV Ceased operations in 2009.
Music
Name Owner Notes
Americana Television Network Americana Television Network Inc. Country,

blues, bluegrass, jazz and gospel music videos.
The Box Music channel that originated in 1982 and ceased operations

in 2001 when replaced by MTV2.
Cable Music Channel Turner Broadcasting Started in the 1980s by Ted Turner

to compete with MTV. Unlike MTV, it had no VJs. It was short lived.
Classic Music Channel Classical Broadcasting Company
The Gospel Network
Hit Video USA 1980s video channel based out of Texas, aired on some

broadcast channels during overnight periods.
International Music Feed Universal Music Group Aired music videos from

various artists from around the world, purchased by Hubbard Broadcasting in 2008 and

subsequently shut down on March 31, 2008 in order to expand distribution for Hubbard

channel Ovation TV.
m Channel Aired syndicated music videos, TV shows, movies and news.

Was folded under decision of the owner/creator of the network.
MOR Music TV Channel which aired music videos and performances in

conjunction with selling albums.
NOYZ Bullfrog Media Ceased operations in early January 2008 after parent

company’s bankruptcy.
The Tube Music Network Ceased operations October 1, 2007.
Z Music Television Contemporary Christian Music video channel; not to

be confused with movie service Z Channel; shared channel space with BET in some

areas.
News and information
Name Owner Notes
ABC News Now Disney/ABC Lacked significant distribution with low cable and

satellite carrier pick up. Was closed in favor of using the channel’s few carriage

deals to support Fusion a new Hispanic focused news channel geared towards a younger

audience.
America’s Talking NBCUniversal relaunched as MSNBC.
All News Channel CONUS Communications Aired on USSB and later DirecTV; its

programming was carried by many over-the-air television stations during the late

night hours.
American Political Channel
America’s Voice aka National Empowerment Television, or NET
CBS TeleNoticias
DoD News Channel Defense Media Activity (US Government) Formerly Pentagon

Channel, turned off on April 17, 2015.
CNNfn Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) 1995-2004; a few cable

systems switched the channel space to CNN International after discontinuation.
NBC Weather Plus NBC Distributed via the digital subchannels of NBC

affiliates and digital cable. Ceased operations in 2008.[2]
NewsTalk Television Multimedia, Inc. Existed from 1994 to 1995; formerly

known as the Talk Channel.
Newsworld International Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/USA Broadcasting

purchased by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, relaunched as Current TV in August 1, 2005, and

then to Al Jazeera America on August 20, 2013.
The 90’s Channel Public Communicators, Inc. Relaunched to become Free

Speech TV in 1995
Satellite News Channel a joint venture between ABC and Group W News
Tempo Television Formerly Satellite Program Network and then opened

CNBC on April 17, 1989.
Regional news networks
Name Location Owner Notes
Local News on Cable Norfolk, Virginia Belo Corporation also called

LNC5
Southern Arizona News Network Tucson, Arizona KVOA Communications, Inc.
TXCN Texas Gannett Company also called Texas Cable News
Pay-per-view
Name Owner Notes
Action Pay-Per-View BET network, and later TVN Entertainment Di-function

channel.
Adam & Eve Channel Adam & Eve Communications Inc. Adult pay-per-view and home

shopping
AdultVision Playboy Enterprises Adult pay-per-view
American Etasy Home Dish Satellite Network Inc. Adult pay-per-view
Cable Video Store General Instrument (Original), Graff Pay-Per-View (second)
Guest Cinema Adult pay-per-view
Star Channel Showtime Networks. (CBS Corporation) Relaunched to become The

Movie Channel in 1979.
Request TV Liberty Media and 20th Century Fox Also operated a Spanish-

language pay-per-view channel, Request En Español.
Rendezvous Adult pay-per-view
Spectradyne Adult pay-per-view
StarDust Theatre Home Dish Satellite Network Inc.
Tuxxedo Network Home Dish Satellite Network Inc. Adult pay-per-view
Wometco Home Theater Wometco Enterprises
Premium movies
Name Owner Notes
The B-Movie Channel
Cable Theater existed from late 1970s-early 1980s.
Festival HBO 1980s premium channel from HBO.
INTRO Television Liberty Starz originally called TV!; renamed INTRO

Television, carrying the same programming format. Replaced by Encore PLEX

(eventually changed to MoviePlex) in 1997.
Home Theater Network premium movies
Movie Mania formerly B-Mania!, B-Movie channel, no longer broadcasting

as of October 2006.
MovieVision premium movies
ONTV also had sports and events.
Preview
PRISM Spectacor 24-hour premium cable television channel intended for cable

customers in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania metropolitan area. Channel

infrastructure is still used for Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia.
SelecTV Starion Entertainment
Spectrum
Spotlight premium movies
Starcase
Super Time/Star TV San Francisco over the air channel like ONTV via

KTSF-TV. Named Super Time during the late 1970s and Star TV in the early 1980s.
SuperTV
Z Channel Movie channel
Public Interest
Name Owner Notes
PBS YOU PBS Service ended in January 2006; most stations replaced

service with American Public Television’s Create network.
ThinkBright WNED-TV Ceased in 2011.
Religion
Name Owner Notes
PTL Satellite Network Evangelical Christian network known for broadcasting The PTL

Club hosted by Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. Collapsed in the wake of a sex and

embezzlement scandal that resulted in Jim Bakker being sentenced to prison. On the

air from 1977 to 1987.
Shopping
Name Owner Notes
America’s Collectibles Network Multimedia Commerce Group Inc. Closed on October

15, 1993 with Jewelry Television.
America’s Store IAC/InterActiveCorp Ceased broadcasting on April 3,

2007.
Advertising Television Web Broadcasting Systems Inc.
BET-Home Shopping Network BET Holdings, Inc. / Home Shopping Network
Black Shopping Network
Consumer Resource Network Seventh Medium
Cupid Network Television Capital Distribution Adult home shopping
Global Shopping Network
Q2 Home shopping. Spinoff of QVC, existed briefly in the mid 1990s.
Resort & Residence TV Aired on DirecTV; ceased operations on 2011.
Shop at Home Network Jewelry Television Ceased broadcasting on March 7,

2008.
TV Car Showroom Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
ViaTV Network RSTV Inc.
ValueVision ValueVision Media Shut down on 2001 to ShopNBC, and then to

ShopHQ on January 1, 2014.
Sports
Name Owner Notes
Classic Sports Network ESPN Inc. Purchased by ESPN and renamed ESPN Classic.
CNN Sports Illustrated Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) Existed from

1996-2002.
CSS NBCUniversal and Charter Communications Existed from 1999-2014
Empire Sports Network Adelphia Cable Existed from 1990-2005.
ESPN 3D ESPN Inc. Turned off on September 30, 2013.
Fight Now TV Channel Zero Existed from May 2011 to June 2014.
Fox Sports World 21st Century Fox formerly Fox Soccer, Replaced by FXX

on September 2, 2013.
FSN Chicago Became Comcast SportsNet Chicago
Men’s Outdoor and Recreation Ceased operations.
MountainWest Sports Network Mountain West Conference (MWC), CBS Corporation,

Comcast Mountain West Conference sports; existed from September 2006-June

2012.
NASCAR Hot Pass NASCAR / DirecTV Exclusive to DirecTV existed from

2007 to 2012.
National College Sports Network CBS Corporation Switched to CSTV on

2003, and then CBS College Sports Network on 2008, and then finally CBS Sports

Network on April 4, 2011.
Outdoor Life Network NBCUniversal Renamed to Versus on September 25, 2006, and

then became the NBC Sports Network on January 2, 2012, and then shorted down to the

NBCSN on September 23, 2013.
Prime Network Liberty Media Existed from 1983-1997.
SpeedVision SPEED Channel Inc. (21st Century Fox) Renamed Speed, replaced by

Fox Sports 1 on August 17, 2013.
Sports Time Anheuser-Busch St. Louis and Midwest Cable Sports station; existed

from April 1984-March 1985.
SportsChannel became Fox Sports Net
Sports News Network Mizlou Communications Existed from February–December 1990.
Trax Networks Development Corporation
Turner South Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) Purchased by Fox

Cable Networks and renamed SportSouth.
TVS Television Network Now part of Margate Entertainment.
University of North Dakota Sports Network University of North Dakota, WDAZ-TV,

Midcontinent Communications Formerly known as Fighting Sioux Sports Network

(FSSN)
Ceased on March, 2012.
Victory Sports One Minnesota Twins Baseball Network/Minnesota Gophers

Sports
Water Channel MCE Television Networks Inc.
Web Sports Net Web Broadcasting Systems Inc. Text-based sports news service.
World Championship Sports Network Existed from 2005-2008.
Spanish
Name Owner Notes
La Familia Cosmovision The Inspiration Networks Ceased operations on January

9, 2015.
Ethnic
African-American
Name Owner Notes
Black Family Channel Ceased operations April 30, 2007. To launch as

broadband network, subscriber base sold to Gospel Music Channel. Formerly MBC

Network.
Bridges TV Muslim Ceased operations on March 15, 2012.
Caribbean Satellite Network
New Urban Entertainment Television (NUE-TV) Space Station TeleVision, co-owned

by Dennis Brownlee and Robert Townsend. Investors included Quincy Jones, Leo J.

Hindery Jr., David Falk, and Alfred Liggins III. Ceased operations in May

2001; formerly shutdown in October 2002. Senior Council Pat Irvin, Human Resources

Director Renee Barfield, Cindy Mahmoud, Senior Vice President Gordon Boelter,

Executive Vice President of Programming, Donovan Myrie, News Director, Craig Henry,

Director of Music, Monte Powell, Director of Programming, Rick Porterfield,

Production Director.
The MBC Movie Network Minority Broadcasting Corp.
World African Network
Asian
Name Owner Notes
AZN Television Comcast Formerly International Channel; First nationwide

television cable channel dedicated to Asian Americans. Ceased operations on April 9,

2008.
MTV Chi Viacom Media Networks An MTV World network dedicated to Chinese

American audiences; launched on December 6, 2005, and shut down on April 30, 2007.
MTV Desi An MTV World network dedicated to South Asian American audiences;

launched on July 12, 2005, and shut down on April 30, 2007.
MTV K An MTV World network dedicated to Korean American audiences; launched on

June 27, 2006, and shut down on April 30, 2007.
German
Name Owner Notes
ChannelD First German private television satellite channel in North

America 2001-2002.
Dolphin-TV Dolphin-TV German Television Inc. German private television

satellite channel 2006-2007.
GermanTV Deutsche Welle TV, ARD & ZDF (German Public Broadcasters)

Satellite channel 2001-2005.
Irish
Name Owner Notes
CelticVision
High definition
Name Owner Notes
Voom HD Networks Rainbow Media (Cablevision) 15 All-HD networks, ceased

broadcasting on January 20, 2009.
Former networks that became a new network
Name Owner Notes
ABC News Now Disney–ABC Television Group Turned off on October 28, 2013 to

Fusion.
ARTS Hearst Corporation/ABC Merged with The Entertainment Channel to form A&E in

1984.
America’s Collectibles Network Multimedia Commerce Group Inc. Closed on October

15, 1993 with Jewelry Television.
America’s Talking NBCUniversal relaunched as MSNBC.
BET J BET Networks Renamed as Centric on September 28, 2009.
The Biography Channel A&E Networks Was replaced by Fyi in the United States on

July 7, 2014, Still Available in Canada.
Cable Health Club Discovery Communications Changed to America’s Health

Network in 1996, The Health Network in 1999, switched to FitTV in 2004, then

Discovery Fit & Health on February 1, 2011, and on January 15, 2015 it is now

Discovery Life.
CBN Disney-ABC Television Group Relaunched to The Family Channel on 1990,

Fox Family Channel on 1998, and ABC Family on November 10, 2001.
Classic Sports Network ESPN Inc. Purchased by ESPN and renamed ESPN Classic.
CNN 2 Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) Rebranded as CNN Headline

News in January 1983, and then simply HLN on June 17, 2007.
Court TV Rebranded as TruTV on January 1, 2008.
Discovery Civilization Network Discovery Communications Became Discovery

Civilization Channel first, next Discovery Times, and now Investigation Discovery.
Discovery Health Channel Merged with FitTV to create Discovery Fit & Health

on February 1, 2011, and got replaced with OWN on January 1, 2011.
Discovery Kids Switched to The Hub on October 10, 2010, later it became Hub Network

on June 2013, and then turned off to Discovery Family on October 13, 2014.
Discovery Travel and Living Changed the new channel name to Discovery Home and

Leisure on 1998, and then Discovery Home on 2004, Planet Green on 2008, and then

Destination America on May 26, 2012.
Discovery Wings Switched to Military Channel on January 10, 2005, then

American Heroes Channel on March 3, 2014.
Documentary Channel Participant Media Merged with Halogen TV and replaced

by Pivot on August 1, 2013.
Fine Living Network E.W. Scripps Company Shut down on May 31, 2010, replaced

with Cooking Channel.
Fox Movie Channel Fox Broadcasting Company Reformatted into a block on

January 1, 2012, rebranded as FXM Retro in June 2014.
Fox Reality Channel News Corporation Shut down on March 29, 2010,

replaced with Nat Geo Wild.
Fox Sports World 21st Century Fox formerly Fox Soccer, Replaced by FXX

on September 2, 2013.
Freeview DirecTV Rebranded to The 101 Network on 2005, and then got

rebranded to the Audience Network on June 1, 2011.
Fuel TV 21st Century Fox Replaced on August 17, 2013 by Fox Sports 2
Ha! Viacom Media Networks Merged with The Comedy Channel to form Comedy

Central in 1991.
HDNet HDNet Inc. Rebranded as AXS TV on July 2, 2012.
HD Theater Discovery Communications Rebranded as Velocity on October 4,

2011.
History International A+E Networks Rebranded as H2 on September 26, 2011.
i-Life TV The Inspiration Networks Opened Halogen TV on October 24,

2009, merged with the Documentary Channel and replaced by Pivot on August 1, 2013.
INTRO Television Liberty Starz originally called TV!; renamed INTRO

Television, carrying the same programming format. Replaced by Encore PLEX

(eventually changed to MoviePlex) in 1995.
JCTV Trinity Broadcasting Network Rebranded as JUCE TV on January 1, 2014.
Movietime NBCUniversal Rebranded as E! on 1991.
MuchUSA CHUM Limited and Rainbow Media Rebranded as fuse on May 19, 2003.
mun2 NBCUniversal Changed as NBC Universo on February 1, 2015.
National College Sports Network CBS Corporation Switched to CSTV on

2003, and then CBS College Sports Network on 2008, and then finally CBS Sports

Network on April 4, 2011.
Newsworld International Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/USA Broadcasting

purchased by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, relaunched as Current TV in August 1, 2005, and

then to Al Jazeera America on August 20, 2013.
The 90’s Channel Public Communicators, Inc. Relaunched to become Free

Speech TV in 1995
Nick GaS Viacom Media Networks Rebranded as The N in January 1, 2008, and

then TeenNick on September 28, 2009.
Noggin Rebranded as Nick Jr. on September 28, 2009.
Odyssey Crown Media Holdings (Hallmark Cards) originally launched as two

separate networks, ACTS (a Christian teaching channel) and VISN (interfaith

programming). VISN and ACTS merged and became Faith & Values Channel. The network

was renamed again in 1996 as Odyssey. Hallmark Entertainment and The Jim Henson

Company purchased the network, which was relaunched as Hallmark Channel in 2001.
Outdoor Life Network NBCUniversal Renamed to Versus on September 25, 2006, and

then became the NBC Sports Network on January 2, 2012, and then shorted down to the

NBCSN on September 23, 2013.
PBS Kids PBS Relaunched as Sprout on September 26, 2005.
Pinwheel Viacom Media Networks Retired on April 1, 1979 to Nickelodeon.
Prevue Channel Lions Gate Entertainment Launched in 1981 as the Electronic

Program Guide, then became the Prevue Guide, then modified slightly into Prevue

Channel. Purchased by TV Guide in 1999 and renamed TV Guide Channel and then became

the TV Guide Network in 2007, and then shortened to TVGN in 2013, as of January 14,

2015 it is now Pop.
Sci Fi Channel NBCUniversal Rebranded as Syfy on July 7, 2009.
Si TV Privately held Rebranded as NuvoTV on July 4, 2011.
SpeedVision SPEED Channel Inc. (21st Century Fox) Renamed Speed, replaced by

Fox Sports 1 on August 17, 2013.
Star Channel Showtime Networks. (CBS Corporation) Relaunched to become The

Movie Channel in 1979.
Style NBCUniversal Relaunched as Esquire Network on September 23, 2013
Telefutura Univision Communications Relaunched as UniMás on January 7,

2013.
Tempo Television Formerly Satellite Program Network and then opened

CNBC on April 17, 1989.
TNN Viacom Media Networks Originally The Nashville Network later renamed The

National Network. Purchased by Viacom and relaunched as Spike.
Toon Disney Disney Relaunched as Disney XD on February 13, 2009.
Trio NBCUniversal Relaunched as Sleuth in January 1, 2006, and then relaunched

as Cloo on August 15, 2011.
Turner South Turner Broadcasting System (Time Warner) Purchased by Fox

Cable Networks and renamed SportSouth.
ValueVision ValueVision Media Shut down on 2001 to ShopNBC, then ShopHQ on

January 1, 2014, and then EVINE Live on February 13, 2015.
VH1 Country Viacom Media Networks Closed on May 27, 2006 to replace CMT Pure

Country.
VH1 MegaHits Ceased programming in 2005, satellite space and existing

subscription base used to launch Logo TV.
VH1 Uno Network discontinued in February 2008 to launch mtvU into regular

cable homes beyond college campuses.
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Newspapers

San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco) – daily broadsheet
The San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco) – daily tabloid
Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek) – daily broadsheet
Oakland Tribune (Oakland) – daily broadsheet
San Jose Mercury News (San Jose) – daily broadsheet
The Argus (Fremont) – daily broadsheet
The Daily News (Palo Alto) – daily tabloid
Daily Review (Hayward) – daily broadsheet
Marin Independent Journal (Novato) – daily broadsheet
The Recorder (San Francisco) – daily legal newspaper
San Mateo County Times (San Mateo) – daily broadsheet
San Francisco Daily Journal (San Francisco) – daily legal newspaper
SF Weekly (San Francisco) – weekly alternative
Metro Silicon Valley (San Jose) – weekly alternative
East Bay Express (Oakland) – weekly alternative
San Francisco Business Times (San Francisco) – weekly business
Several other community-based papers, published on a daily or weeklyTribune.

Former newspapers

Alameda Times-Star
Palo Alto Times, a daily newspaper serving Palo Alto and neighboring cities

beginning in 1894.[1] In 1979 it became the Peninsula Times Tribune.
San Francisco Bay Guardian – weekly alternative

Ethnic newspapers

Aside from the major English broadsheets, the Bay Area also publishes newspapers

catering to the large ethnic communities in the region, including:

The Epoch Times (San Francisco) – Chinese daily broadsheet
International Daily News (San Francisco) – Chinese daily broadsheet
Sing Tao Daily (Brisbane) – Chinese daily broadsheet
World Journal (San Francisco) – Chinese daily broadsheet
Kanzhongguo Times (Milpitas) – Chinese
The Oakland Post (Oakland) – African American
San Francisco Bay View (San Francisco) – African American
Vision Hispana (Alameda) – Hispanic
Several other Asian and Hispanic newspapers.

Several college newspapers also exist as well in the Bay Area, including:

The Daily Californian (UC Berkeley)
Synapse (UC San Francisco)
Golden Gate XPress (San Francisco State University)
Pioneer (CSU Hayward)
Spartan Daily (San Jose State University)
San Francisco Foghorn (University of San Francisco)
The Campanil (Mills College)

Magazines

San Francisco magazine
SOMA (magazine)
7×7
Mother Jones (magazine)
The Believer (magazine)
McSweeney’s magazine and publishing house
Wired (magazine)
Dwell (magazine)
Afar (magazine)
Sunset (magazine)
Macworld
Salon
Hyphen (magazine)

References:,[2][3]
Television
Main article: List of television stations in the San Francisco Bay Area

The San Francisco Bay Area is currently the sixth-largest television market in the

United States, with all of the major U.S. television networks having affiliates

serving the region, and it is host to various local, national and international

programming. With a large, diverse population spread throughout the region, the Bay

Area provides channels specific to their needs, including Asian and Hispanic

television stations, as well as foreign programming on digital subchannels.

When television stations identify themselves, they would usually identify the

station in this order (it can be altered depending on the station’s city of license,

but always include San Francisco in the list): (channel/station ID), San Francisco,

Oakland, San Jose. This also happens when radio stations (listed below) identify

themselves on the top of each hour.

Currently, television stations that primarily serve the San Francisco Bay Area

include: (Note: list does not include the stations’ digital sub-channels)[4]
Station Channel Network Affiliation City of License

Status
KAXT 1.1 Independent Santa Clara Owned by KAXT
KTVU†* 2.1 Fox Oakland Owned and operated by 21st Century Fox
KRON 4.1 MyNetworkTV San Francisco Owned by Media General
KPIX†* 5.1 CBS San Francisco Owned and operated by CBS Corporation
KGO* 7.1 ABC San Francisco Owned and operated by The Walt Disney

Company
KQED 9.1 PBS San Francisco Owned and operated by Northern California

Public Broadcasting
KNTV†* 11.1 NBC San Jose Owned and operated by Comcast
KDTV†* 14.1 Univision San Francisco Owned and operated by Univision

Communications
KOFY 20.1 Independent San Francisco Owned by Granite Broadcasting
KRCB 22.1 PBS Cotati Owned by Rural California Broadcasting Corporation
KTSF 26.1 Independent San Francisco Owned by Lincoln Broadcasting
KFTL 28.1 HSN San Francisco Owned by LocusPoint Networks
KMTP 32.1 DW, Classic Arts San Francisco Owned by Minority Television

Project
KICU† 36.1 Independent San Jose Owned and operated by 21st Century

Fox
KCNS 38.1 MundoFox San Francisco Owned by NRJ TV
KMMC 40.1 Tr3s San Francisco Owned by Caballero Television
KTNC 42.1 Estrella TV Concord Owned by Titan Broadcasting
KBCW†* 44.1 The CW San Francisco Owned and operated by CBS Corporation
KSTS†* 48.1 Telemundo San Jose Owned and operated by Comcast
KEMO 50.1 Azteca America Santa Rosa Owned by Una Vez Más Holdings, LLC
KQEH 54.1 PBS San Jose Owned and operated by Northern California

Public Broadcasting
KCSM 60.1 Independent San Mateo Owned by San Mateo County Community

College District
KKPX* 65.1 ION San Jose Owned and operated by Ion Media Networks
KFSF†* 66.1 UniMás Vallejo Owned and operated by Univision

Communications
KTLN 68.1 TLN San Rafael Owned by OTA Broadcasting

Notes: † – channel involved in a duopoly with another channel, owned by the same

company or network. * – channel is a network owned-and-operated station.

In addition to local television channels, several television networks have regional

news bureaus in the San Francisco Bay Area, including BBC, CNN, ESPN, MSNBC, Al

Jazeera America, Russia Today, CCTV America, and PBS.
Radio
Main article: List of radio stations in the San Francisco Bay Area

The San Francisco Bay Area is currently the fourth-largest radio market in the

United States, with all of the major U.S. radio networks having affiliates serving

the region.

When radio frequencies broadcast their identities, they would usually identify their

frequency in this order (it can be altered depending on the network’s city of

license, but always include San Francisco in the list): (channel/station ID), San

Francisco, Oakland, San Jose.

Currently, radio stations that primarily serve the San Francisco Bay Area include:
AM
Station Frequency Network Affiliation Format City of License

Status
KSFO 560 ABC News News/Talk San Francisco Owned by Cumulus

Media
KEAR 610 Family Radio Christian Radio San Francisco Owned and

operated by the network
KNBR 680 CBS Sports Radio Sports San Francisco Owned by Cumulus

Media
KCBS 740 CBS News San Francisco Owned and operated by the network
KGO 810 ABC News San Francisco Owned by Cumulus Media
KTRB 860 ESPN Deportes Spanish Sports San Francisco Owned by Comerica

Bank
KKSF 910 Fox News Radio News/Talk Oakland Owned by Clear

Channel Communications
KNEW 960 Bloomberg Radio Business News/Talk Oakland

Owned by Clear Channel Communications
KIQI 1010 Independent Spanish San Francisco Owned by

Multicultural Broadcasting
KTCT 1050 CBS Sports Radio/NBC Sports Radio Sports San Mateo

Owned by Cumulus Media
KFAX 1100 Salem Communications Religious Talk San Francisco Owned by

Salem Communications
KLOK 1170 Independent Indian San Jose Owned by Principle

Broadcasting
KDYA 1190 Independent Gospel Music Vallejo Owned by Baybridge

Communications
KDOW 1220 Wall Street Business Network
Salem Communications Business News/Talk Palo Alto Owned by Salem

Communications
KSFB 1260 Immaculate Heart Radio Catholic Radio San Francisco Owned and

operated by the network
KMKY 1310 Radio Disney Children’s Oakland Owned and operated

by the network
KZSF 1370 Independent Spanish San Jose Owned by Carlos

Duarate
KVTO 1400 Singtao Chinese Radio in Cantonese Chinese Berkeley

Owned by YMF Media
KVVN 1430 Independent Vietnamese Santa Clara Owned by YMF Media
KEST 1450 Bay Area Metro Radio Chinese San Francisco Owned by

Multicultural Broadcasting
KSJX 1500 Independent Vietnamese San Jose Owned by

Multicultural Broadcasting
KSFN 1510 Independent Chinese Piedmont Owned by Mapleton

Communications
KZDG 1550 Independent Indian San Francisco Owned and operated by CBS

Radio
KLIV 1590 Independent News San Jose Owned by Empire Broadcasting
KDIA 1640 Independent Religious Talk Vallejo Owned by Baybridge

Communications
KBCP 1650 Independent Various (School) San Jose Owned by

Bellarmine College Preparatory
FM
Station Frequency Network Affiliation Format City of License

Status
KSFH 87.9 Independent Rock Mountain View Owned by St. Francis High

School of Mountain View
KECG 88.1 Independent School El Cerrito Owned by El Cerrito High

School
KSRH 88.1 Independent School San Rafael Owned by San Rafael High

School
KQED 88.5 NPR Public Radio San Francisco Owned by Northern California

Public Broadcasting
KCEA 89.1 Independent School Atherton Owned by Atherton High

School
KRSA 89.3 QFM Adult Hits Moss Beach Owned by Educational Public

Radio Inc
KPFB 89.3 Independent Public Radio Berkeley Simulcast of KPFA

94.1
KOHL 89.3 Independent Top 40 Fremont Owned by Oholone College
KMTG 89.3 Independent School San Jose Owned by San Jose Unified

School District
KPOO 89.5 Independent Variety San Francisco Owned by Poor’s

People Radio
KFJC 89.7 Independent College Los Altos Owned by Foothill

College
KCRH 89.9 Independent College Hayward Owned by Chabot

College
KZSU 90.1 Independent College Stanford Owned by Stanford

University
KOSC 90.3 Independent Classical San Francisco Owned by University

of Southern California
KSJS 90.5 Independent College San Jose Owned by San Jose

State University
KALX 90.7 Independent College Berkeley Owned by University

of California Berkeley
KCSM 91.1 Independent Jazz San Mateo Owned by College of San

Mateo
KKUP 91.5 Independent Variety Cupertino Owned by Assurance

Science Foundation
KALW 91.7 NPR, PRI Public Radio San Francisco Owned by San

Francisco Unified School District
KSJO 92.3 NASH-FM Country San Jose Owned by Cumulus

Media
KREV 92.7 The Revolution Top 40 San Francisco Owned by Royce International
KRZZ 93.3 La Raza Regional Mexican San Francisco Owned by

Spanish Broadcasting System
KXZM 93.7 Radio Lazer Regional Mexican Felton, California

Owned by Radio Lazer
KPFA 94.1 Pacifica Public Radio Berkeley Owned by Pacifica

Radio
KBAY 94.5 K-BAY Adult Contemporary San Jose Owned by Next Media

Group
KYLD 94.9 Wild Rhythmic Contemporary San Francisco Owned by Clear

Channel Communications
KRTY 95.3 Independent Country Los Gatos Owned by Empire

Broadcasting
KGMZ 95.7 ESPN Radio Sports San Francisco Owned by Entercom

Communications
KSQQ 96.1 Singtao Chinese Radio in Mandarin
Independent Chinese/Vietnamese/Portuguese Morgan Hill Owned by Coyote

Communications
KOIT 96.5 Independent Adult Contemporary San Francisco Owned by

Entercom Communications
KLLC 97.3 Alice Hot AC San Francisco Owned and operated by CBS Radio
KFFG 97.7 Independent AAA Los Altos Simulcast of KFOG 104.5
KISQ 98.1 Kiss FM Rhythmic Oldies San Francisco Owned by

Clear Channel Communications
KUFX 98.5 K-FOX Classic Rock San Jose Owned by Entercom

Communications
KSOL 98.9 Estereo Regional Mexican San Francisco Owned and

operated by Univision Radio
KSQL 99.1 Estereo Regional Mexican Santa Cruz Owned and

operated by Univision Radio
KMVQ 99.7 Now FM Top 40 San Francisco Owned and operated by CBS Radio
KBRG 100.3 Mas Variedad Spanish Adult Hits San Jose Owned and

operated by Univision Radio
KVVZ 100.7 HOT Rhythmic Contemporary San Rafael Simulcast of KVVF

105.7
KIOI 101.3 Star Hot AC San Francisco Owned by Clear Channel

Communications
KKIQ 101.7 Independent Hot AC Livermore, California Coast Radio Company
KRBQ 102.1 Q Rhythmic hot AC San Francisco Owned by Entercom

Communications
KBLX 102.9 Independent Urban AC Berkeley Owned by Entercom

Communications
KSCU 103.3 Independent College Santa Clara Owned by Santa Clara

University
KOSF 103.7 Big FM Clsssic Hits San Francisco Owned by Clear Channel

Communications
KFOG 104.5 Independent AAA San Francisco Owned by Cumulus Media
KXSC 104.9 KDFC Classical Sunnyvale Simulcast of KOSC 90.3
KITS 105.3 Live FM Rock San Francisco Owned and operated by CBS

Radio
KVVF 105.7 HOT Rhythmic Contemporary Santa Clara Owned and operated

by Univision Radio
KMEL 106.1 Independent Urban Contemporary San Francisco Owned by

Clear Channel Communications
KEZR 106.5 MIX Hot AC San Jose Owned by Next Media Group
KFRC 106.9 CBS News San Francisco Simulcast of KCBS 740
KLVS 107.3 K-LOVE Contemporary Christian Livermore Owned by EMF
KSAN 107.7 The Bone Classic Rock San Mateo Owned by Cumulus

Media
Online

Besides websites that are in addition to print publications, a large body of

publications that only exist online have come into existence in recent years. They

include:

My Castro
Asian Week
Bernalwood
Beyond Chron
The Bold Italic – Closed
Burrito Justice
Curbed SF
Grubstreet SF
Haighteration
Hoodline
Mission Local
Mission Mission
Muni Diaries
SFBay.ca
SF Public Press
SF Citizen
SFist
Streetsblog SF
The San Francisco Appeal
The Tender
SanFranPreps.com

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750 WNDZ Access Radio Chicago Brokered programming Newsweb Corporation
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890 WLS 89 WLS News/talk radio Cumulus Media
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950 WNTD Relevant Radio Catholic Teaching M&S WNTD, LLC
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1030 WNVR Polskie Radio Chicago World ethnic Polnet Communications
1080 WNWI AP Radio Ethnic radio Birach Broadcasting Corporation
1110 WMBI Moody Radio Christian radio Moody Radio
1160 WYLL AM 1160 WYLL Christian talk Salem Communications
1200 WRTO La Tremenda 1200 AM Spanish news/talk Univision Radio
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1230 WJOB AM-1230 WJOB News/talk/sports Vazquez Development, LLC
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1330 WKTA Chicago’s Radio Station World ethnic Polnet Communications
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1510 WWHN WWHN 1510 AM Urban contemporary gospel Hawkins Broadcasting Company
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1570 WBGX The Big Gospel Express Gospel Great Lakes Radio-Chicago, LLC
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1690 WVON The Talk of Chicago Urban talk iHeartMedia
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Frequency Callsign Branding Format Owner
87.7 WRME-LP Q87.7, Underground Alternative Alternative rock Venture Technologies Group
88.1 WCRX 88.1FM WCRX, Chicago’s Underground Dance/Top 40/Hip hop Columbia College Chicago
88.5 WHPK-FM WHPK 88.5 FM College radio University of Chicago
88.7 WLUW Independent Community Radio Community radio Loyola University Chicago
88.9 WMXM Lake Forest College Radio College radio Lake Forest College
89.1 WONC Pure Rock FM 89 Album-oriented rock North Central College
89.3 WNUR-FM WNUR 89.3 FM,
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89.7 WONU Shine.FM Contemporary Christian music Olivet Nazarene University
90.1 WMBI Moody Radio Christian radio Moody Bible Institute
90.9 WDCB 90.9 FM WDCB Public radio/jazz College of DuPage
91.5 WBEZ Chicago Public Radio Public radio Chicago Public Media
91.7 WBGL Family Friendly Radio WBGL Christian AC Illinois Bible Institute
92.3 WPWX Power 92 Mainstream urban Crawford Broadcasting
92.5 WCPT-FM Chicago’s Progressive Talk Progressive talk Newsweb Corporation
92.7 WCPY Chicago’s Progressive Talk/
Dance Factory FM Progressive talk (day);
Dance Hits (night) Newsweb Corporation
93.1 WXRT 93XRT, Chicago’s Finest Rock Adult album alternative CBS Radio
93.5 WVIX Maxima 103.1 / 93.5 Spanish urban Univision Radio
93.9 WLIT-FM 93.9 MYFM Hot Adult contemporary Clear Channel Communications
94.7 WLS-FM Chicago’s Classic Hits Classic Hits Cumulus Media
95.5 WEBG El Patrón 95.5 Regional Mexican Clear Channel Communications
95.9 WERV-FM 95.9 The River Classic hits NextMedia Group
96.3 WBBM-FM B-96 CHR/Top 40 CBS Radio
96.7 WSSR Star 96.7 Adult contemporary NextMedia Group
96.9 WWDV The Drive Classic rock Hubbard Broadcasting
97.1 WDRV The Drive Classic rock Hubbard Broadcasting
97.9 WLUP-FM The Loop Classic rock Merlin Media, LLC
98.3 WCCQ 98.3 WCCQ Country NextMedia Group
(NM Licensing LLC)
98.7 WFMT 98.7 WFMT Classical music Window To The World Communications, Inc.
99.5 WUSN US99.5 Country Country music CBS Radio
99.9 WCPQ Chicago’s Progressive Talk/
Dance Factory FM Progressive talk (day);
Dance Hits (night) Newsweb Corporation
100.3 WSHE-FM Rewind 100.3 Adult hits Hubbard Broadcasting
100.7 WRXQ 100.7 RXQ Classic rock NextMedia Group
(NM Licensing LLC)
101.1 WKQX 101 WKQX Alternative rock Merlin Media, LLC
101.9 WTMX The Mix Hot AC Hubbard Broadcasting
102.3 WXLC 102.3 XLC Hot AC NextMedia Group
102.3 WYCA Rejoice 102.3 Black gospel Crawford Broadcasting Co.
102.7 WVAZ Today’s R&B & Old School V103 Urban AC iHeartMedia
103.1 WVIV-FM Maxima 103.1 / 93.5 Spanish urban Univision Radio
103.5 WKSC-FM 103-5 Kiss FM CHR/Top 40 iHeartMedia
104.3 WJMK 104.3 K-Hits Classic hits CBS Radio
104.7 WCFL Family Friendly WBGL Christian AC Illinois District Council of the Assemblies of God
105.1 WOJO La Que Buena 105.1 Regional Mexican Univision Radio
105.9 WCFS-FM News Radio 780 & 105.9 All-news radio CBS Radio
106.3 WSRB Soul 106.3 Urban talk/Urban AC Crawford Broadcasting
(Dontron, Inc.)
107.5 WGCI-FM 107.5 WGCI, #1 For Hip hop & R&B Urban contemporary iHeartMedia
107.9 WLEY La Ley 107.9 Regional Mexican Spanish Broadcasting System
Television stations
Local broadcast stations

Network owned-and-operated stations are highlighted in bold.
Channel Callsign Affiliation Subchannels Owner
Channel Programming
2 WBBM-TV CBS 2.2 Decades CBS Television Stations
(CBS Corporation)
5 WMAQ-TV NBC 5.2 Cozi TV NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations
(NBCUniversal)
7 WLS-TV ABC 7.2
7.3 Live Well Network
Laff Disney-ABC Television Group
(The Walt Disney Company)
9. WGN-TV The CW 9.2 Antenna TV Tribune Broadcasting
(Tribune Media)
11 WTTW PBS 11.2
11.3
11.4 WTTW Prime
Create
V-me Window to the World Communications, Inc.
13 WOCK-CD MundoFox 13.2
13.3
13.4 Arirang
LATV
MC-TV KM Communications
20 WYCC PBS 20.2
20.3 WYCC-SD
MHZ City Colleges of Chicago
23 WWME-CD Me-TV 23.2 Bounce TV Weigel Broadcasting
24 WPVN-CD Independent/RTV 24.2
24.3
24.4 Infomercials
Infomercials
Polvision Polnet Communications
26 WCIU-TV Independent 26.2
26.3
26.4
26.5 The U Too
Me-TV (simulcast of WWME-CD)
Me Too (simulcast of WMEU-CA)
This TV Weigel Broadcasting
32 WFLD Fox Fox Television Stations
(21st Century Fox)
34 PSIP 34 WEDE-CD Religious independent/
AMGTV First United, Inc.
35 WWTO-TV TBN 35.2
35.3
35.4
35.5 The Church Channel
JUCE TV
TBN Enlace USA
Smile of a Child TV Trinity Broadcasting Network
38 WCPX-TV Ion Television 38.2
38.3 Qubo
ION Life ION Media Networks
41 WOCH-CD The Works KM Communications
44 WSNS-TV Telemundo 44.2 Inmigrante TV NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations
(NBCUniversal)
48 WMEU-CA Independent/Me Too Weigel Broadcasting
50 WPWR-TV MyNetworkTV 50.2
50.3 Movies!
MundoFox (simulcast of WOCK-CD) Fox Television Stations
(21st Century Fox)
60 WXFT-DT UniMás 60.2 TeleFutura (SD) Univision Communications
61 WCHU-LP Azteca América Venture Technologies Group
62 WJYS Religious independent Oxford Media Group Inc.
66 WGBO-DT Univision 66.2 Bounce TV Univision Communications
Local independent cable channels

Chicago Access Network Television, Public, educational, and government access (PEG) Channel
Chicagoland Television (CLTV)
Comcast SportsNet Chicago
WGN America

Although EVINE Live does have over-the-air affiliates, it is not available via broadcast television in Chicago; however, is available

on Comcast on channel 164 and RCN channel 193 in the Chicago market.
Online

In addition to websites that are associated with print publications, a large body of publications that only exist online have come

into existence in recent years. They include:

Chicagoist (part of the Gothamist network)
Chicago Phoenix
Gapers Block (see Gapers Block)
Beachwood Reporter
Reddit Chicago
DNAInfo Chicago
Chicago Daily Observer
Huffington Post Chicago (local edition of Huffington Post)
ChicagoNow (Chicago Tribune-owned weblog community)
ChicagoSide Sports (defunct)

How to Advertise on Premiere Networks Radio Shows

Premier Networks ad options – Costs for Advertising on Premiere Networks & iHeart Radio –  Rates – Media Kits – Markets – National – iHeart – Call 888-449-2526.
Information on how to advertise on Premiere Radio Network shows! Our agency will get you rates, media kits and audience data. Get the info.  from our agency before deciding on an ad buy or advertising schedule. To get a quote on advertising for any of the fine programs listed below. We will show you how to conserve advertising and marketing dollars and help you plan and manage a successful ad campaign. Premiere Networks is an awesome and amazing company and is the largest syndication company in the USA, owned as a subsidiary of iHeartMedia. Premiere Networks syndicates more than 90 radio programs and services to more than 5,500 radio station affiliates and reaches 245 million listeners monthly.

List subject to change without notice!

Premiere offers talk, entertainment and sports programming featuring the following personalities: Rush Limbaugh, Ryan Seacrest, Glenn Beck, Delilah, Steve Harvey, George Noory, John Boy and Billy, Sean Hannity, Elvis Duran, Dan Patrick, Nikki Sixx, Kane, Mario Lopez, Sean “Hollywood” Hamilton, Bobby Bones, Cody Alan, Johnjay & Rich, Jay Mohr and others. Premiere is based in Sherman Oaks, Ca. Many of Premiere’s programs are also available on iHeartRadio and iHeartRadio.com. To advertise on any of the shows listed below – Call us at 888-449-2526. American Top 40 (CHR) with Ryan Seacrest Weekends.  Part of the American Top 40 franchise American Top 40 (Hot AC) with Ryan Seacrest Weekends – Part of the American Top 40 franchise
Casey Kasem’s American Top 40:  Part of the American Top 40 franchise, reruns  from the 1980s. Casey Kasem’s American Top 40: The 70s.  Part of the American Top 40 franchise – reruns of AT40 episodes from the 1970s.
The Big Show with John Boy and Billy (Rock) Mon-Sat 6A-10A No No Live on weekdays.

Saturday show is a best-of compilation. Owned by FOX News Radio.
The Big Show with John Boy and Billy (Country)
The Bobby Bones Show Weekdays 6A-11A
Club Kane Early Edition Sundays 7P-10P
Club Kane Late Edition 10P-midnight
Crook & Chase Countdown Weekends FTP/Download No No Produced by Jim Owens

Entertainment.
Delilah Everyday 7P-12M
Delilah Gold-based AC
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show Weekdays 6A-10A No Yes Produced by The Elvis Duran Group.
Elvis Duran and the Pre-Morning Show Weekdays 5A-6A Produced by The Elvis Duran Group. For air the following early morning.
Elvis Duran Weekend Fridays 8A-noon Produced by The Elvis Duran Group. For air Saturday or Sunday mornings.
Evolution with Pete Tong Tues-Sat 6A-noon Hourly program, airing weekly.
iHeartRadio Countdown with Romeo Weekends  Airs between 6AM and 12NN local time.
The Keith Sweat Hotel Sun-Fri. 7P-midnight Known as “The Quiet Storm” in some markets.
On Air with Ryan Seacrest Weekdays For air between 10 AM and 7 PM local time.
ON with Mario Lopez Weekdays For air between 3 PM and midnight local time.
Remix Top 30 with Sean “Hollywood” Hamilton Weekends For air weekends
Saturday Night Online Live with Romeo Early Edition Saturdays 7P-10P No No Produced by Superadio Network.
Saturday Night Online Live with Romeo Late Edition 10P-midnight
Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx and Jenn Marino Weeknights For air 7P- midnight local time.
The Side Show Countdown with Nikki Sixx and Jenn Marino (Active Rock) Weekends
The Side Show Countdown with Nikki Sixx and Jenn Marino (Alternative Rock)
The Steve Harvey Morning Show Weekdays 6A-10A
Weekend Top 30 (CHR version) with Sean “Hollywood” Hamilton Weekends For air Saturday or Sunday.
Weekend Top 30 with Ramiro (Rhythmic version) Weekends For air Saturday or

Sunday.
Talk Programs

America Now with Meghan McCain
Weekdays 6P-9P ET Yes Yes
At Home with Gary Sullivan Weekends 9A-noon
Coast to Coast AM with George Noory Tues-Sat 1A-5A
Coast to Coast AM Early Edition Mon-Fri 10P-1A Re-feed of last three hours of previous George Noory hosted show.
Coast to Coast AM Saturdays Sunday 1A-5A
Coast to Coast AM Sundays Monday 1A-5A Hosting duties rotate between George Noory (first Sunday),

George Knapp (third and fourth Sunday), Ian Punnett (second Sunday), ).
Somewhere in Time with Art Bell Saturday 9P-1A Encore presentations of Coast to Coast AM shows hosted by Art Bell dating back to 1996.
Coast to Coast AM Best of George Noory Sunday 9P-1A
The Glenn Beck Radio Program Weekdays 9A-noon. Produced by Mercury Radio Arts. The Glenn Beck Weekend Fridays 1P-4P Produced by Mercury Radio Arts. For air weekends.
Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis Weeknights 10P-1A Produced by Alpha Broadcasting.
Handel on the Law Saturdays 9A-noon Yes Yes This show is taped and edited for national distribution, so that it can maintain a locality for its flagship KFI. The time mentioned is the first live feed of the latest program, and is also the time where listeners can call in.
The Jesus Christ Show Sundays 9A-noon
Keep Hope Alive with Jesse Jackson Sundays 8A-10A
Leo Laporte, The Tech Guy Weekends 2P-5P
Live on Sunday Night, it’s Bill Cunningham Sunday 10P-1A Yes Yes Produced by DirecTV. Premiere handles sales and distribution.
The Rush Limbaugh Show Weekdays noon-3P YesCircle 6888A6.png No
The Rush Limbaugh Week in Review Fridays 1P-4P For air weekends.
The Sean Hannity Show Weekdays 3P-6P No Yes Premiere Radio handles distribution and sales only.
The Sean Hannity Weekend Friday 4P-7P For air weekends after 12 AM Saturday local time.
The Weekend with Joe Pagliarulo Saturday noon-3P No Yes This program features a different host each week.
The Rush Limbaugh Morning Update Weekdays 10:00:30 PM No No
The Sean Hannity Morning Minute Weekdays 10:03:30 PM No Yes
Direct From Hollywood with Ryan Seacrest Weekdays 3:01. For morning drive.
4:01:00 AM No For afternoon drive.
The Dr. Dean Medical Minute Weekdays 4:01:20 PM No Yes For morning drive.
4:03:35 PM No Yes Optional second featurette for afternoon drive. Does not contain network spots.
Dan Patrick’s Above the Noise Weekdays 10:01:30 AM
Fox News and Commentary with Todd Starnes Weekdays 6:15 AM. Three different commentaries air per day.
Fox Sports Radio Programs
Fox Sports Daybreak with Andy Furman and Artrell Hawkins Weekdays 6A-9A

Saturday 4P-7P
The Dan Patrick Show Weekdays 9A-noon Yes Yes DIRECTV Sports Group owns and produces the show while Premiere handles distribution and sales.
Jay Mohr Sports Weekdays noon-3P
Steve Gorman Sports Weekdays 3P-6P
J.T. The Brick Weekdays 6P-10P
The Jason Smith Show Weekdays 10P-2A
Ben Maller Weekdays 2A-6A
Fox NFL Sunday with Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson, Howie Long, Curt Menefee, and Michael Strahan Sunday noon-1P No Yes Television audio simulcast from FOX. Premiere Radio Networks distributes the show to radio. The program only broadcasts from September through February. Big Ten Football and Beyond with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, and Chris Martin Thursday 6P-7P. This program is only broadcasts from September through April. It is fed separate from the main network, and intended for playback on weekends.
PAC-12 Crackback with Petros Papdakis & Steve Physioc Wednesday 6P-7P No No This program is only broadcasts from September through April. It is fed separate from the main network, and intended for playback on weekends.
The Mike North Show Saturday 9A-noon – Sunday 10P-1A
Fox Gametime with Anthony Gargano & Lincoln Kennedy Saturday noon-4P
Race Day on Fox with Rob D’Amico Sunday 7A-9A
NFL Central with Mike North Sunday 9A-10A
Fox Fantasy Football with Nate Lundy, Peter Burns and Mike Harmon Sunday 10A-noon
The Fox Blitz with Ben Maller & Tomm Looney Sunday 1P-7P
Fox Gametime React with Andy Furman & Lincoln Kennedy Sunday 7P-10P
UFC Pre-Show with Larry Pepe – Hour long pre-show that only airs before UFC on Fox simulcasts.
UFC on Fox TBD TBD No Yes Live simulcast of Fox Sports’ UFC fights. Airs only when scheduled.
UFC Post-Show with Larry Pepe TBD TBD No Yes Post-show that airs before UFC on Fox. Length of show to be determined.
Fox News Radio Programs
All content is produced by Fox News Radio and Premiere Radio handles distribution and sales only.
Kilmeade and Friends Weekdays 9A-noon
The John Gibson Show Weekdays noon-3P
The Tom Sullivan Show Weekdays 3P-6P
The Alan Colmes Show Weekdays 10P-1A

Advertise on Bloomberg News & Accuweather

bloomberg RAWHow to advertise on Bloomberg news! Get ad rates and options – Call for Rates – Media Kits – Remnants – Call to place your ad schedule today! 888-449-2526. You could be cashing in on this business savvy and affluent media target demographic. Your profits should increase with this group. Call 888-449-2526 to start your media campaign. Free media plans!
Information on how to advertise on Bloomberg News, and on Accuweather – Radio and TV advertising options available. For rates, media kits, or to place an ad schedule or launch an ad campaign, please contact us at 888-449-2526.
Bloomberg News is an international news agency headquartered in New York, United States and a division of Bloomberg L.P. Bloomberg Television is a 24-hour financial news television network. It was introduced in 1994 as a subscription service transmitted on satellite television provider Direct TV, 13 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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In 1995, the network entered the cable television market and by 2000, Bloomberg’s 24-hour news programming was being aired to 200 million households. News content produced by Bloomberg News is disseminated through Bloomberg Television, Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg Business week, Bloomberg Markets, Bloomberg.com and Bloomberg’s mobile platforms.
Also, advertise on The AccuWeather Network, Rates, Media kits, Audience data and advertising deals including remnants, Geo-targeting and big audiences. Accuweather is a cable TV network and is owned by AccuWeather. The network broadcasts prerecorded national and regional weather forecasts, analysis of ongoing weather events, and weather-related news, along with local weather segments for mostly the Northeast USA. The network’s studio and master control facilities are based at AccuWeather’s headquarters in State College, Pennsylvania. Call to advertise today!

24/7 news cycles are driving a new media gold rush for advertising as the networks and media channels are forced to sell advertising time around the clock. This makes the possibility of getting deals and discounts and remnant or stand by rates far more likely.

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Radio Infomercial Production – Remote Recording by Phone or SKYPE

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The 5 to 30 minute long radio interviews/infomercials are prepared for national or local distribution on radio stations, landing pages or websites, They are stand alone,  turn key closing tools.
We perform Infomercial production and placement on radio stations at the lowest cost, price and rates.  We make radio shows for large and small businesses, for financial and retirement planners, health product companies and professionals of all kinds. We are the home of the National talk radio host interview with companion video – Rates start at just $99.00.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6w6A9Va7mk0
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Insurance agents, sales people and Financial planners tell us that their closing ratios and sales totals skyrocket because of the psycho-graphic nature of our approach to the sale. It is extremely powerful.

Example: An agent sends a prospect a link to the You Tube video/Radio interview – The prospects watch, listen with amazement and are gently “pre-sold”.

Putting up videos that push for the sale or push an offer doesn’t work as well as it used to – because a prospect or a client in today’s sophisticated sales climate sees that approach as if it were a long winded sales pitch. (Blow-hard)

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Example infomercial audio/ Video –

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA_wmPLkwnU

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Interview w/Companion video PRICES:

00 – 10 minutes $99 | 10 – 20 minutes $149 | 20 – 30 minutes $199

Full Infomercials for radio Station airing $595.00