WHTV

WHTV is the MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station for the Central Lower Peninsula of Michigan. Licensed to Jackson, it broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 34 (or virtual channel 18.1 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Van Atta Road in Meridian Charter Township. The station can also be seen on WOW! channel 6 and Comcast channel 8. There is a high definition feed provided on Comcast digital channel 235. Owned by the Venture Technologies Group, the station is operated through a joint sales agreement (JSA) by Young Broadcasting as sister to CBS affiliate WLNS-TV. The two outlets share studios on East Saginaw Street/BL I-69/M-43 in Lansing's Eastside section along U.S. 127. Syndicated programming on WHTV includes It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Friends, Two and a Half Men, and Judge Alex among others.

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WHTV - History
... From 2002 until 2006, WHTV was housed at the studios of ABC affiliate WLAJ on South Pennsylvania Avenue in Lansing ... As a UPN affiliate, WHTV carried the CBS Sports feed of the U.S ... WHTV continues to air the U.S ...
WLAJ - History
... From 2002 until 2006, UPN affiliate WHTV had been housed WLAJ's facilities ... was launched on September 5 and former UPN affiliate WHTV joined the network ... The move will reunite it with the intellectual unit of WHTV ...
WMDN - History
... The station first signed-on June 10, 1968 under the call sign WHTV ... WHTV aired programs from CBS and ABC in a secondary manner that longtime CBS affiliate WTOK-TV presumably turned down ... Spain bought WHTV and made it a full-time satellite of WTWV (now WTVA) in Tupelo which was affiliated with NBC with some ABC programs such as college football carried at other times ...
WLAJ-DT2 - History
... In effect, the move reunited WHTV's intellectual unit with WLAJ since the former station was once housed at the ABC outlet's studios ... However, WLNS technically operates WHTV through a separate outsourcing arrangement from WLAJ ...
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... Visions Literary Magazine, Tempora et Mores yearbook, W-H Choral Society, and WHTV ... WHTV (Wardlaw-Hartridge Television) gives students a chance to create their own comedic news segment to show to the rest of the school during the Upper School's ... WHTV titled their movie "000" or "Double O Zero" starring Charles Kennedy 10' and edited by Anthony Martin 10' ...