Indianapolis tv stations

Indianapolis tv stations DEFAULT

ID: "4 WTTV"
City: Bloomington, IN
Owner: Nexstar Media Group
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 1000 kW
Subchannels: 4.1 WTTV/CW, 4.2 This TV


ID: "rtv 6"
City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: E. W. Scripps Company
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 1000 kW
Subchannels: 6.1 ABC, 6.2 Grit, 6.3 Laff, 6.4 Court TV Mystery


City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Circle City Broadcasting
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 22.8 kW
Subchannels: 8.1 The CW, 8.2 GetTV, 8.3 True Crime Network, 8.4 Diya TV


City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Tegna
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 42.1 kW
Subchannels: 13.1 WTHR/NBC, 13.2 SkyTrak Weather, 13.3 Me TV


City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Metropolitan Indianapolis Public BroadcastingMetropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Educational Full-Power - 200 kW

(32)WNDYMy Network TV

ID: "My Indy TV"
City: Marion, IN
Owner: Circle City Broadcasting
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 22.8 kW
Subchannels: 23.1 MyNetworkTV, 23.2 Bounce TV, 23.3 NewsNet


ID: "4 WTTV"
City: Kokomo, IN
Owner: Nexstar Media Group
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 550 kW


City: Bloomington, IN
Owner: Indiana University
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Educational Full-Power - 224 kW

(16)WHMBReligious Independent

City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Family Broadcasting Corporation
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 530 kW
Subchannels: 40.1 WHMB, 40.2 Light TV, 40.3 World Harvest Television

42WCLJIon Plus

City: Bloomington, IN
Owner: Ion Media Networks
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 175 kW
Subchannels: 42.1 Ion Plus


City: Muncie, IN
Owner: Ball State University
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Educational Full-Power - 250 kW
Subchannels: 49.1 WIPB/PBS


ID: "FOX 59"
City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Nexstar Media Group
Web Site:
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 1000 kW


City: Bloomington, IN
Owner: Ion Media Networks
Station Info: Digital Full-Power - 175 kW
Subchannels: 63.1 Ion, 63.2 Qubo, 63.4 Ion Shop, 63.5 QVC, 63.6 HSN


City: Indianapolis, IN
Owner: Daystar Television Network
Station Info: Digital Educational Full-Power - 1000 kW

14 Full-Power Television Stations in the Indianapolis market.



ABC affiliate in Indianapolis

For the former New Jersey TV station, see WRTV (New Jersey).

Television station in Indiana, United States

WRTV, virtual channel 6 (UHFdigital channel 25), is an ABC-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensed to Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The station is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company. WRTV's primary studios are located on Meridian Street in northwestern Indianapolis (in the middle of Indianapolis' Television Row), with a secondary studio at Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis; its transmitter is located on the city's northwest side near Meridian Hills, Indiana.[3]



The station first signed on the air on May 30, 1949, as WFBM-TV. Founded by the Consolidated Television and Radio Broadcasters subsidiary of the Bitner Group, owners of radio station WFBM (1260 AM, now WNDE), it is the oldest television station in the state of Indiana. The first program broadcast on the station was a documentary titled Crucible of Speed, about the early history of the legendary Indianapolis 500 auto race; this was followed by the inaugural live television broadcast of the event. The station originally operated as a CBS affiliate, although it maintained secondary affiliations with ABC and the DuMont Television Network.

WFBM-TV began to split ABC programming with Bloomington-based primary NBC affiliate WTTV (channel 10, which moved to channel 4 in February 1954) when that station signed on in November 1949; both stations lost their affiliations with ABC to WISH-TV (channel 8) when that station signed on in July 1954. WFBM-TV also aired programs from the short-lived Paramount Television Network, among them Time For Beany,[4]Dixie Showboat,[5]Hollywood Reel,[6]Cowboy G-Men,[7] and Hollywood Wrestling.[8] Channel 6 acquired an FM sister in 1955 with the sign-on of WFBM-FM (94.7 FM, now WFBQ). In 1956, WFBM-TV became the market's NBC affiliate, taking the affiliation from WTTV. During the late 1950s, the station was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network.[9]

Bitner sold its broadcasting interests to magazine publisher Time-Life in 1957.[10][11] In the mid-1960s, WRTV became the first television station in Indiana to begin broadcasting its programming in color.


In late October 1970, WFBM-AM-FM-TV were sold to McGraw-Hill in a group deal that also involved Time-Life's other radio and television combinations in Denver, San Diego and Grand Rapids, Michigan; and KERO-TV in Bakersfield, California.[12] In order to comply with the Federal Communications Commission's new restrictions on concentration of media ownership that went into effect shortly afterward, McGraw-Hill was required to sell the radio stations in Indianapolis, Denver, San Diego and Grand Rapids to other companies. Time-Life would later take WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids out of the final deal and retain ownership of that station.[13] By the time the sale was finalized in June 1972, the purchase price for the entire group was just over $57 million. KERO-TV, KLZ-TV (now KMGH-TV) in Denver and KOGO-TV (now KGTV) in San Diego were retained by McGraw-Hill along with WFBM-TV. The radio stations retained the WFBM designation; McGraw-Hill asked for a set of call letters containing the letters "TV"[2] and received the call letters WRTV on June 2.[14]

By the late 1970s, NBC's national ratings crashed to third place, becoming the lowest-rated of the three major U.S. broadcast networks, while ABC rose to the ranks of first place around that same time; as a result, it sought stronger stations to serve as its affiliates in several markets. The two networks swapped affiliations in Indianapolis on June 1, 1979, with WRTV becoming the market's new ABC affiliate, and WTHR (channel 13) becoming an NBC affiliate.[15] As a result, WRTV became the third television station in the Indianapolis market to affiliate with ABC. In the process, it became the first television station in the Indianapolis market (WTTV would become the second Indianapolis station 35 years later when that station became a CBS affiliate), and of the few television stations in the United States to have served as a primary affiliate of all three heritage broadcast networks. NBC first approached WTTV about negotiating an affiliation deal, ultimately to be turned down by its then-owner Teleco. Later on, VideoIndiana, owned by the Dispatch Broadcast Group, reached an agreement with NBC to shift the network's affiliation rights to WTHR.[16]

In 1994, CBS bought out KCNC-TV in Denver and KUTV in Salt Lake City from NBC in exchange for WCAU in Philadelphia. In November 1994, however, ABC and McGraw-Hill signed a long-term deal with that kept WRTV as the network's Indianapolis outlet; this deal forced sister outlets KMGH-TV in Denver and KERO-TV in Bakersfield to affiliate with ABC.[17]

On January 31, 1995,[18] WBAK-TV in Terre Haute (which changed its call letters to WFXW in 2005) ended its 22-year affiliation with ABC to become that market's original Fox affiliate, citing the low viewership it had suffered due to the then-overabundance of higher-rated ABC stations in adjacent markets (including WRTV) that were receivable in the area. This left viewers with only fringe access from WRTV (which can be received in Terre Haute via an outdoor antenna and became the default ABC affiliate on cable providers on the Indiana side of the market), and other out-of-market ABC stations from Evansville, Indiana and Champaign, Illinois (both of which were carried on cable on the Illinois side of the market) as Terre Haute did not have enough stations to support full-time affiliations from four networks (only three commercial full-power stations—WTWO, WTHI-TV and WBAK—are licensed to the market, and ABC opted not to relegate itself to a secondary affiliation). On September 1, 2011, WFXW (which changed its callsign to WAWV-TV) voluntarily disaffiliated from Fox and rejoined ABC as part of a long-term affiliation renewal between ABC and the Nexstar Broadcasting Group (which manages the station through owner Mission Broadcasting) involving the company's existing ABC stations in nine other markets;[19] WRTV was dropped from most Terre Haute area cable providers by May 28, 2012.

WRTV became the first television station in the Indianapolis market to launch its own website ( in the late 1990s; it later became the first to offer a mobile website (6News OnTheGo) the following decade. In 1998, the station changed its on-air branding to "RTV6," however its newscasts were instead branded as 6 News until 2001 and again from 2006 to 2012. On October 3, 2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies announced that it would sell its seven-station broadcasting division, including WRTV, to the E. W. Scripps Company for $212 million.[20] The sale received FCC approval on November 29, 2011, and was formally consummated on December 30.[21] The deal made WRTV a sister station to Scripps flagship and adjacent-market ABC affiliate WCPO-TV in Cincinnati. In June 2012, WRTV opened a secondary facility at the studios of news/talk radio station WIBC (93.1 FM) in downtown Indianapolis; most of the station's newscasts are produced out of the Monument Circle studio, which underwent renovations to house production facilities. This resulted from a multi-year agreement with WIBC's owner Emmis Communications that was signed that April, in which WRTV also provides news content for WIBC with some staff appearing on both stations.[22]

In May 2014, Scripps announced that WRTV's North Meridian Street studios would begin handling the master control operations of the company's 19 television stations as early as July of that year, expanding upon an existing regional centralcasting hub built under McGraw-Hill ownership. The expanded operations created 10 new jobs.[23] Scripps renewed ABC affiliations for WRTV and nine other stations through 2019 on December 10, 2014.[24]

On August 13, 2020, WRTV dropped its longtime "RTV6" moniker, and began branding itself as simply "WRTV: Working for You". Concurrent with the move, the station introduced a new logo; for the first time in WRTV's 71-year history, the station's analog/virtual channel number was not shown. The station's newscast was rebranded from RTV6 News to WRTV News.[25] On the same date, WRTV updated to the latest Scripps standard graphics package.

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

On March 17, 2010, WRTV announced a partnership with Hometown Sports Indiana (HTSI) to air live high school and collegiate sporting events on digital subchannel 6.2. The subchannel was branded by WRTV as "Hometown Sports and News," (HTSN) and the HTSI/HTSN content replaced a 24-hour news and weather channel ("6 News 24/7"), which aired rolling news and weather updates and simulcasts of WRTV newscasts. HTSI/HTSN carried local high school and collegiate football, basketball, and baseball game telecasts, as well as Indy Fuelhockey and Indianapolis Indians baseball. Some HTSI/HTSN content was simulcast on WRTV's primary channel, including a half-hour report in the early morning hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Citing the rising monetary cost of sports content, WRTV dropped HTSI/HTSN content from subchannel 6.2 on October 1, 2016, in favor of an affiliation with the digital network Grit.[27]

On October 3, 2011, WRTV began carrying the health and lifestyle-oriented service Live Well Network (which is owned by ABC corporate parent The Walt Disney Company) on digital subchannel 6.3. Comcast began carrying the subchannel on digital channel 246 later that month. The network was carried until its national discontinuation on April 15, 2015, when the sitcom/comedy film network Laff replaced it as part of a bulk affiliation deal with Scripps' former LWN stations.

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

WRTV shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 6, at 8 a.m. on June 12, 2009, the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital signal continued to broadcast on its pre-transition UHF channel 25.[28][29] Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 6.


Syndicated programs seen on WRTV include Live with Kelly and Ryan, Right This Minute (which is co-produced by Scripps), and Judge Judy. WRTV clears the entirety of ABC's network schedule and typically airs all network programs in pattern, except during instances where the station carries breaking news or severe weather coverage, or special programming. During the 1987-88 season, WRTV preempted ABC's 9:30 p.m. time slot on Fridays, following the move of Max Headroom to Thursdays, in favor of the short-lived Suzanne Somers vehicle She's the Sheriff.[30] In 2004, WRTV, among the McGraw-Hill stations preempted a showing of the 1998 Steven Spielberg war drama Saving Private Ryan.[31] McGraw-Hill, at the last minute, opted to air the film instead.[32]

Sports programming[edit]

For most of the time since ABC began airing live, flag-to-flag coverage of the Indianapolis 500 in 1986, WRTV aired the race in prime time on a tape delay rather than airing it live. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway insisted on this arrangement to encourage residents and tourists in the Indianapolis metropolitan area to attend the race. During the time slot in which the race aired live, that day's ABC prime time schedule aired early under special dispensation from the network. In 1999, WRTV televised the Indianapolis 500 live, in addition to the tape-delayed prime time broadcast, as part of WRTV's 50th anniversary. On May 25, 2016, with the 100th anniversary event sold out, IMS and WRTV announced that channel 6 would air the Indianapolis 500 live in the market for the first time since it carried the 1949 and 1950 races as WFBM.[33][34] WRTV lost its role as the local broadcaster of the Indianapolis 500 after the 2018 race, when ABC lost the rights to air the race after 54 years (WRTV had aired each race since 1980, a year after it became an ABC station); beginning in 2019, with the broadcast rights to the race going to NBC, WTHR (which previously aired the race between 1958 and 1979) serves as the local broadcaster. The blackout policy, however, has continued.[35]

The station once carried select Indianapolis ColtsNFL games broadcast by ABC as part of the network's Monday Night Football package from the 1984 season until the 2005 season. The station acquired the local rights to two Colts regular season games during the 2014 season between the Philadelphia Eagles (on September 15) and between the New York Giants (on November 3), both of which aired on ESPN's Monday Night Football—whose Colts broadcasts are normally carried over-the-air by WNDY-TV (channel 23).[36] In both situations, the station rescheduled ABC's Monday lineup: Dancing with the Stars aired the following Tuesday afternoon before the station's 5 p.m. newscast on the night of its original broadcast, but did not open a separate voting window for the Indianapolis market, while it aired Castle after ABC's late night programming. In addition, all Indiana Pacers games aired through ABC's NBA coverage are aired on Channel 6.

News operation[edit]

RTV6 News open used from September 2012 through July 2020.

WRTV presently broadcasts 29½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 5½ hours on weekdays and one hour each on Saturdays and Sundays).

For most of its first four decades on the air, WFBM/WRTV was Indianapolis' dominant news station. As late as the early 1980s, WRTV's news viewership often exceeded the combined audience of WISH and WTHR. WISH surged into first place in the mid-1980s, although WRTV managed to remain at a solid second place even after the retirement of longtime anchor Howard Caldwell in 1994. However, channel 6's ratings flatlined after a botched format revamp in 1996, coinciding with WTHR's surge to first place. It fell to last place for the first time in its history, and for most of the time from then until 2013, it finished third behind WTHR and WISH-TV. On some occasions, it fell to fourth behind Fox affiliate WXIN (channel 59). Since 2014, the station has been part of a spirited four-way battle for second place along with WISH, WXIN, and WTTV.

WRTV 6 Newslogo used from 2006 to 2012. The HD part of the logo was added in 2008. The numeric "6" had been used in various forms since 1989.
Former primary weeknight anchors, Todd Wallace and Trisha Shepherd, taken in 2007; Wallace and Shepherd respectively left WRTV in 2010 and 2011.

As Indiana's oldest television station, WRTV has brought forth several technological innovations over the years. It was the first television station in Indiana to record local programming on videotape and to use mini-cams for newsgathering purposes. Channel 6 was also the first in the state to use microwave relays (years prior to the use of satellite transmissions for newsgathering) to provide live remote footage from the field ("Insta-Cam"), the first to use a mobile satellite uplink vehicle (NewStar 6) to provide live video from remote locations, the first to convert to non-linear digital editing for news content, the first to use digital news cameras and the first to provide VODcasting. In 1988, the station debuted a half-hour 5:00 p.m. newscast, becoming the first station in the market to carry an early evening news program in that timeslot. In the mid-1990s, the station launched a 24-hour cable news channel NewsChannel 64, which later evolved into "6 News 24/7" and began to be carried on digital subchannel 6.2 by the late 2000s.

On September 10, 2007, WRTV expanded its 5:00 p.m. newscast to one hour (replacing syndicated programming in the 5:30 p.m. timeslot) and debuted a half-hour early evening newscast at 7:00 p.m., the first such newscast in the Indianapolis market in that timeslot. Station vice president and general manager Don Lundy stated that it launched the latter program in order to reach viewers whose longer workdays and commutes prevented them from arriving home in time to watch a 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. newscast. The station's weekend morning newscasts were cancelled around this time, as a cost-saving measure imposed by McGraw-Hill.[37]

On October 12, 2008, WRTV became the third television station in the state of Indiana to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition. With the upgrade, the station unveiled a new graphics package (replacing one based on Denver sister station KMGH-TV's graphics of that time) and updated music from Gari Media Group's "Eyewitness News: New Generation" package, along with a refresh of its news set and a revised logo for all newscasts. In September 2012, WRTV implemented a standardized graphics package and news theme ("Inergy" by Stephen Arnold Music) for Scripps' stations that originated on West Palm Beach sister station WPTV-TV the previous month. The station also began broadcasting its newscasts from its Monument Circle studio facility that month.

On September 7, 2013, WRTV debuted weekend morning newscasts (a one-hour block running from 6:00 to 7:00 a.m., and an additional two-hour block at 8:00 a.m. on Saturdays and for a half-hour on Sundays), restoring morning newscasts to its weekend schedule. The expansion resulted in the hires of eight on-air and behind-the-scenes employees to the station. As a result, WRTV moved the weekend edition of Good Morning America to 7:00 a.m. (the network's recommended timeslot for the program in all time zones) on both days.[38][39]

Notable former on-air staff[edit]


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Broadcast television in Central Indiana, including Indianapolis, Bloomington and Muncie

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Television stations in Lafayette, Indiana

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WTTV (4.1 CBS, 4.2 Ind, 4.3 Comet)
WRTV (6.1 ABC 6.2 Grit, 6.3 Laff, 6.4 Mystery)
WISH-TV (8.1 CW, 8.2GetTV, 8.3 Twist, 8.4 Diya TV)
WTHR (13.1 NBC, 13.2 Dabl, 13.3MeTV, 13.5 Quest, 13.6 Circle)
WFYI (20.1 PBS, 20.2 PBS Kids, 20.3 PBS Create/IC/CAS)
WNDY-TV (23.1 MNTV, 23.2 Bounce, 23.3 NewsNet)
WXIN (59.1 Fox, 59.2 ANT TV, 59.3 Court TV, 59.4 Charge!)
WTTW (11.1 PBS, 11.3 PBS Create, 11.4 PBS Kids)
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Broadcast television in the Wabash Valley, including Terre Haute

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  • WTWO (2.1 NBC, 2.2 Laff, 2.3 Mystery, 2.4 Antenna TV)
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Adjacent locals
WTTV (4.1 CBS, 4.2 Ind., 4.3 Comet)
WRTV (6.1 ABC, 6.2 Grit, 6.3 Laff, 6.4 QVC, 6.5 HSN)
WISH-TV (8.1 CW, 8.2 GetTV, 8.3 Twist, 8.4 Diya TV)
WTHR (13.1 NBC, 13.2 Dabl, 13.3MeTV, 13.4 True Crime, 13.5 Quest, 13.6 Circle)
WFYI (20.1 PBS, 20.2 PBS Kids, 20.3 Create/IC/CAS)
WNDY-TV (23.1 MNTV, 23.2 Bounce, 23.3 NewsNet)
WTTK2 (29.1 CBS, 29.2 Ind., 29.3 Cozi)
WTIU (30.1 PBS, 30.2 World, 30.3 Create, 30.4 Echo, 30.5 PBS Kids)
WHMB-TV (40.1 Rel.Ind., 40.2 QVC, 40.3 HSN)
WCLJ (42.1 Bounce)
WXIN (59.1 Fox, 59.2 Antenna, 59.3 Court TV, 59.4 Charge)
WIPX-TV (63.1 Ion, 63.2 Court TV, 63.4 Mystery, 63.5 Defy, 63.6 TrueReal)
WTVW (7.1 CW, 7.2 Bounce TV, 7.3 Mystery, 7.4 Ion)
WNIN (9.1 PBS, 9.2 Create, 9.3 WNIN-FM)
WFIE (14.1 NBC, 14.2 MeTV, 14.3 Circle, 14.4 Grit, 14.5 Dabl, 14.6 True Crime)
WEHT (25.1 ABC, 25.2 Laff, 25.3 Cozi, 25.4 Rewind TV)
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WCIA (3.1 CBS, 3.2MNTV, 3.3 Bounce, 3.4 Grit)
WICD (15.1 ABC, 15.2 Comet, 15.3 TBD, 15.4 Charge!)
WAND (17.1 NBC, 17.2 Cozi, 17.3 Ion)
WCIX (49.1 MNTV, 49.2CBS, 49.3 Mystery, 49.4 Laff)
WEIU-TV (51.1 PBS, 51.2 MHz, 51.6 WEIU-FM)
St. Louis
KTVI (2.1 Fox, 2.2 Antenna, 2.3 Mystery, 2.4 Dabl)
KMOV (4.1 CBS, 4.2 Cozi, 4.3 MNTV, 4.4 Laff, 4.5 Circle)
KSDK (5.1 NBC, 5.2 Bounce, 5.3 True Crime, 5.4 Quest, 5.5 Twist)
KPLR-TV (11.1 CW, 11.2 Court TV, 11.3 Comet, 11.4 Rewind TV)
KNLC (24.1 MeTV, 24.2 NLEC TV, 24.3 H&I, 24.4 Movies!, 24.5 Decades, 24.6 Start)
KDNL-TV (30.1 ABC, 30.2 TBD, 30.3 Charge!, 30.4 Stadium)
WRBU (46.1 Ion, 46.2 Court TV, 46.3 Grit, 46.4 Laff, 46.5 Defy, 46.6 TrueReal)
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 Call Sign NetworkNickname Hours NotesWTTVBLOOMINGTON, IN04-127.4 WTTV-DT CBS"Indiana's 4"  04-227.5 WTTV4.2 Independent  04-327.6 CometTV Comet TV  WRTVINDIANAPOLIS, IN06-125.3 WRTV-HD ABC"RTV 6"  WTTKKOKOMO, IN06-115.5003 WRTV HD ABC"RTV 6"  (WRTV 06-1)WRTVINDIANAPOLIS, IN06-225.4 GRIT Grit  06-325.5 LAFF Laff  06-425.6 QVC QVC  06-525.7 HSN HSN  WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN08-19.3 WISH-HD CW"WISH-TV 8"  WNDY-TVMARION, IN08-19.3 WISH-HD CW"WISH-TV 8"  WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN08-29.4 getTV GetTV  WNDY-TVMARION, IN08-29.4 getTV GetTV  WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN08-39.5 TWIST Twist  WNDY-TVMARION, IN08-39.5 TWIST Twist  WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN08-49.9 DIYA Diya TV  WNDY-TVMARION, IN08-49.9 DIYA Diya TV  WTTKKOKOMO, IN13-115.5004 WTHR HD NBC"WTHR 13"  (WTHR 13-1)WTHRINDIANAPOLIS, IN13-113.1 WTHR-HD NBC"WTHR 13"  13-213.2 Dabl Dabl  13-313.3 Me-TV Me-TV  13-413.4 Crime True Crime Network  13-513.5 Quest Quest  13-613.6 Circle Circle  WREP-LDMARTINSVILLE, IN15-115.1 WREP 1 YouToo America  15-215.2 WREP 2 Sports  15-315.3 WREP 3 Weather"Total Info"  WPBI-LDLAFAYETTE, IN16-117.3 WPBI FOX"FOX 16"  16-217.4 WPBI-2 NBC"NBC 16"  16-317.5 WPBI-3 ABC"WPBY ABC"  (WPBY-LD 35-1)WIIH-CDINDIANAPOLIS, IN17-18.3 WIIH-LD GetTV  (WISH-TV 08-2)WLFI-TVLAFAYETTE, IN18-111.3 CBS CBS"WLFI 18"  18-211.6 CW CW+  18-311.5 ION ION  18-411.2 GETTV GetTV  WDNI-CDINDIANAPOLIS, IN19-116.1 WDNI HD Telemundo"Telemundo Indy"  WFYIINDIANAPOLIS, IN20-121.1 WFYI 1 PBS  20-221.2 WFYI 2 PBS Kids 24/7"WFYI 2"  20-321.3 WFYI 3 PBS Encore"WFYI 3" 07p-12a 20-321.3 WFYI 3 Create"WFYI 3" 12a-07p WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN23-19.6 My INDY MyN"My Indy TV"  WNDY-TVMARION, IN23-19.6 My INDY MyN"My Indy TV"  WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN23-29.7 BOUNCE Bounce TV  WNDY-TVMARION, IN23-29.7 BOUNCE Bounce TV  WISH-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN23-39.8 NEWSNET NewsNet  WNDY-TVMARION, IN23-39.8 NEWSNET NewsNet  WSOT-LDMARION, IN27-127.1 WSOT-LD NRB TV  WUDZ-LDIndianapolis, IN28-124.1001 WUDZ-LD BUZZR  28-224.1002 WUDZ-LD Heroes & Icons  28-324.1003 WUDZ-LD beIN Sports Xtra  28-424.1004 WUDZ-LD Shop LC  28-524.1005 WUDZ-LD LX  28-624.1006 WUDZ-LD beIN Sports Xtra en Español  28-724.1007 WUDZ-LD Movies!  WXININDIANAPOLIS, IN29-122.7 WTTK-DT CBS"Indiana's 4"  WTTKKOKOMO, IN29-115.5002 WTTK HD CBS"Indiana's 4"  (WXIN 29-1)WRTVINDIANAPOLIS, IN29-225.8 WTTV4.2 Independent  29-325.9 COZI COZI TV  WTIUBLOOMINGTON, IN30-133.3 WTIU-HD PBS"TIU HD"  WSDI-LDIndianapolis, IN30-130.1001 WSDI-LD Novelisima  WTIUBLOOMINGTON, IN30-233.4 World World Channel"TIU World"  WSDI-LDIndianapolis, IN30-230.1002 WSDI-LD Decades  WTIUBLOOMINGTON, IN30-333.5 Create Create"TIU Create"  WSDI-LDIndianapolis, IN30-330.1003 WSDI-LD NTD America  WTIUBLOOMINGTON, IN30-433.6 Echo PBS Encore"TIU Echo"  WSDI-LDIndianapolis, IN30-430.1004 WSDI-LD CBN News  WTIUBLOOMINGTON, IN30-533.7 PBSKids PBS Kids 24/7"TIU Kids"  WSDI-LDIndianapolis, IN30-530.1005 WSDI-LD SonLife  30-630.1006 WSDI-LD Stadium  30-730.1007 WSDI-LD Jewelry TV  WQDE-LDIndianapolis, IN33-131.1001 WQDE-LD Novelisima  33-231.1002 WQDE-LD Decades  33-331.1003 WQDE-LD NTD America  WPBY-LDLAFAYETTE, IN35-135.3 WPBY ABC"WPBY ABC"  35-235.4 Metv Me-TV 10p-08p 35-235.4 Metv MyN 08p-10p WHMB-TVINDIANAPOLIS, IN40-17.3 WHMB-HD LeSea  40-27.4 QVC QVC  40-37.5 HSN HSN  40-47.6 FMC Family Movie Classics  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN42-128.9 Bounce Bounce TV  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN42-128.9 Bounce Bounce TV  WALV-CDINDIANAPOLIS, IN46-117.1 WALV-CD Me-TV  (WTHR 13-3)46-317.2 ShopLC Shop LC  WBXI-CDINDIANAPOLIS, IN47-136.1 WBXI-CD Start TV  WIPBMUNCIE, IN49-119.1 WIPB-DT PBS"WIPB"  49-219.2 WIPB-D2 Create  49-319.3 WIPB-D3 Radar  WJSJ-CDINDIANAPOLIS, IN51-128.1 WIWU Religious"WIWU TV51"  WXININDIANAPOLIS, IN59-122.3 WXIN-DT FOX"Fox 59"  WTTKKOKOMO, IN59-115.5001 WXIN HD FOX"Fox 59"  (WXIN 59-1)WXININDIANAPOLIS, IN59-222.4 AntTV Antenna TV  59-322.5 CourtTV Court TV  59-422.6 Charge! Charge!  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-128.3 ION ION  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-128.3 ION ION  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-228.4 CourtTV Court TV  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-228.4 CourtTV Court TV  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-328.5 Newsy Newsy  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-328.5 Newsy Newsy  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-428.6 Mystery Court TV Mystery  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-428.6 Mystery Court TV Mystery  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-528.7 Defy TV Defy TV  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-528.7 Defy TV Defy TV  WIPX-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-628.8 TruReal True Real  WCLJ-TVBLOOMINGTON, IN63-628.8 TruReal True Real  WDTIINDIANAPOLIS, IN69-123.1 WDTI-DT Daystar  69-223.2 WDTI-DT Daystar Español  

List of television stations in Indiana

Area servedCity of licenseVCRFCallsignNetworkNotesEvansvilleEvansville7 22 WTVWCWBounce TV on 7.2, Court TV Mystery on 7.3, Ion Television on 7.4 EvansvilleEvansville9 9 WNINPBSCreate on 9.2, audio simulcast of WNIN-FM on 9.3 EvansvilleEvansville14 26 WFIENBCMeTV on 14.2, Grit on 14.3 EvansvilleEvansville25 12 WEHTABCLaff on 25.2, Cozi TV on 25.3 EvansvilleEvansville44 28 WEVV-TVCBSFOX/MyNetworkTV (WEEV-LD simulcast) on 44.2Fort WayneAngola12 12 WINMTCTTri-State Christian Television on 12.2, Light TV on 12.3 Fort WayneFort Wayne15 31 WANE-TVCBSIon Television on 15.2, Laff on 15.3, Escape on 15.4 Fort WayneFort Wayne21 24 WPTAABCNBC on 21.2, MyNetworkTV on 21.3Fort WayneFort Wayne33 34 WISE-TVCWJustice Network on 33.2, Grit on 33.3, Court TV on 33.4, Start TV on 33.5, MeTV on 33.6 Fort WayneFort Wayne39 18 WFWAPBSPBS Kids on 39.2, Create on 39.3, PBS39 Explore on 39.4, PBS39WX on 39.5 Fort WayneFort Wayne55 36 WFFT-TVFoxBounce TV on 55.2, Antenna TV on 55.3 IndianapolisBloomington4 27 WTTVCBS"Indiana's 4.2" (Independent) on 4.2, Comet on 4.3 IndianapolisBloomington30 33 WTIUPBSWorld on 30.2, Create on 30.3, TIU Echo on 30.4, PBS Kids on 30.5 IndianapolisBloomington42 28 WCLJ-TVBounce TVIndianapolisBloomington63 28 WIPX-TVIONCourt TV on 63.2, Court TV Mystery on 63.4, Defy TV on 63.5, TrueReal on 63.6 IndianapolisIndianapolis6 25 WRTVABCGrit on 6.2, Laff on 6.3, Court TV Mystery on 6.4 IndianapolisIndianapolis8 9, 26 WISH-TVCWGetTV on 8.2, Justice Network on 8.3 IndianapolisIndianapolis13 13 WTHRNBCDabl on 13.2, MeTV (simulcast with WALV-CD) on 13.3, Quest on 13.5, CircleIndianapolisIndianapolis20 21 WFYIPBSPBS Kids on 20.2, Create on 20.3 IndianapolisIndianapolis40 7 WHMB-TVFBCLight TV on 40.2, HSN on 40.3, This TV on 40.4 IndianapolisIndianapolis59 22 WXINFoxAntenna TV on 59.2, Court TV on 59.3, Charge! on 59.4 IndianapolisIndianapolis69 23 WDTIDaystarIndianapolisKokomo29 15 WTTKCBSHigh power satellite of WTTV ch. 4 Indianapolis
independent on 29.2, Cozi TV on 29.3 IndianapolisMarion23 9 WNDY-TVMNTBounce TV on 23.2, Wishnet NewsNet (simulcast with WISH-TV) on 23.3 IndianapolisMuncie49 19 WIPBPBSIndiana Channel/Create on 49.2, Weather radar and audio simulcast of WBST on 49.3 LafayetteLafayette18 11 WLFI-TVCBSCW on 18.2, Ion Television on 18.3, GetTV on 18.4 South BendElkhart28 30 WSJVH&IJustice Network on 28.2, Court TV Mystery on 28.3, Court TV on 28.4, Quest on 28.5, Bounce TV on 28.6, Buzzr on 28.7, GetTV on 28.8 South BendSouth Bend16 27 WNDU-TVNBCAntenna TV on 16.2 South BendSouth Bend22 29 WSBT-TVCBSFox on 22.2 South BendSouth Bend34 31 WNITPBSIndiana Channel on 34.2, PBS Kids on 34.3 and 34.4 South BendSouth Bend46 36 WHME-TVFBCIon Television on 46.2, Grit on 46.3, Laff on 46.4, QVC on 46.5, HSN on 46.5 Terre HauteTerre Haute2 35 WTWONBCLaff on 2.2, Court TV Mystery on 2.3, Cozi TV on 2.4 Terre HauteTerre Haute10 10 WTHI-TVCBSFOX/MyNetworkTV on 10.2, CW Plus on 10.3, Ion on 10.4 Terre HauteTerre Haute38 18 WAWV-TVABCGrit on 38.2, Bounce TV on 38.3 Terre HauteVincennes22 31 WVUTPBSCreate on 22.2, PBS Kids on 22.3 ~Chicago ILGary50 24 WPWR-TVMNT~Chicago ILGary56 17 WYIN-TVPBS NHK World on 56.2 ~Chicago ILHammond62 21 WJYSInd. Stadium on 62.2, Charge! on 62.3, Heartland on 62.4, QVC on 62.5, Spanish religious on 62.6, Jewelry TV on 62.7, ShopHQ on 62.8, HSN on 62.9, simulcast of WEDE-CD on 62.10 ~Dayton OHRichmond43 31 WKOI-TVIon~Louisville KYSalem58 16 WBKICWCozi TV on 58.2, MyNetworkTV on 58.3, Movies! on 58.4

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