WZVN

WZVN may refer to:

  • WZVN-TV, a television station (channel 26 analog/41 digital) licensed to Naples, Florida, United States
  • WZVN (FM), a radio station (107.1 FM) licensed to Lowell, Indiana, United States

Other articles related to "wzvn":

WZVN (FM)
... WZVN (107.1 FM) is an American radio station broadcasting an adult contemporary music format ... When WZVN first began broadcasting in 1972, the call letters were WLCL (which stood for Lowell and Cedar Lake) the original owner, William J ... The call letters were changed to WZVN in 1981 when the station was purchased by White Advertising the format was changed to a Top 40 format under the new call ...
WZVN-TV
... WZVN-TV is the ABC-affiliated television station for Southwestern Florida licensed to Naples ... Owned by Montclaire Communications, WZVN is operated through a local marketing agreement (LMA) by the Waterman Broadcasting Corporation ... Similar with other major television stations in the market, WZVN identifies itself on-air using its cable designation (ABC 7) rather than its over-the-air channel position ...
WZVN-TV - News Operation
... In 1994, WZVN and WBBH established a partnership where news reporters would appear on both stations ... It should be known that if WZVN chose not become a junior partner in the local marketing agreement with WBBH, the station would have been required to shut down its news department ... to cover more from Charlotte County while WZVN had a slight Collier County focus since it is licensed to Naples and had the former analog transmitter located further south than the area's other ...
WBBH-TV - News Operation
... In 1994, WBBH and WZVN established a partnership where news reporters would appear on both stations ... It should be known that if WZVN chose not become a junior partner in the local marketing agreement with WBBH, the station would have been required to shut down its news ... in the past, WBBH tended to cover more from Charlotte County while WZVN had a slight Collier County focus since it is licensed to Naples and its former analog transmitter was ...