WUSA is a television station broadcasting on channel 9 in Washington, D.C.. It is the flagship station of the Gannett Company (based in the suburb of McLean, Virginia), and is co-owned with the national publisher, USA Today (from which the station's call letters are derived from). WUSA is an affiliate of the CBS television network, and the longest-tenured affiliate of that network. WUSA's studios and transmitter are located in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington.
The station can also be seen on Xfinity channel 29 and HD channel 809 in the DC area.
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