WWMT | Broadcast in West Michigan

CBS television has been working with WWMT to broadcast in the West Michigan area using a digital signal that is broadcast on VHF channel 8. Emit this signal via a transmitter station located near the southeast Gun Lake Wayland. Digital signals are transmitted with the VHF waves have the advantage, among others: the picture was clear, clear sound and very little noise occurs.

This television channel is owned by the Freedom Communication. It has studios in Kalamazoo on West Maple Street. There are some syndicated programs that are on aired on WWMT television station like “Jeopardy!”, “Wheel of Fortune”, “Dr. Phil” and “Oprah”. CW affiliate of the area is also being operated by the TV station on Charter cable channel 7 and a 2nd digital sub-channel.

On air branding of CW-7 is also being got by WWMT from the location of cable channel. WLAJ is the affiliate of Lansing’s ABC and WWMT is the sister television station of this station. This television station has its own master control room, studios and some operations of its own and a sub-channel of CW that are located at the studios of WWMT.

First broadcast of the WWMT television station was on aired as WKZO-TV on June 1, 1950 in Kalamazoo which was also its debut transmission. This station is also recorded as the second oldest TV station of the West Michigan and John Fetzer, broadcasting pioneer was the owner of this station along with WKZO-AM 590. WKZO-AM 590 had been launched by Fetzer in 1931. In addition to the main studios of this television station, two news bureaus have also been operated by the WWMT.

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