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WTAP-TV Parkersburg, West Virginia-Marietta, Ohio Branding WTAP (general) WTAP News Fox Parkersburg (on DT2) My 5 (on DT3) Slogan Come Home Channels Digital: 49 (UHF) Virtual: 15 (PSIP) Subchannels 15.1 NBC 15.2 Fox 15.3 MyNetworkTV Affiliations Jewelry Television (overnight on DT1 and DT2) weather radar (overnight on DT3) Owner Gray Television (Gray Television Licensee, Inc.) First air date October 8, 1953 Former channel number(s) 15 (UHF analog, 1953-2009) Former affiliations ABC and CBS (both secondary: 1953-1970) UPN (on DT3) Transmitter power 47.4 [1] kW Height 196 m Facility ID 4685 Transmitter coordinates 39°20′59″N 81°33′56″W / 39.34972°N 81.56556°W / 39.34972; -81.56556 Website WTAP-TV is the NBC-affiliated television station for Parkersburg, West Virginia and Marietta, Ohio. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 49 (Ex-Analog Channel 15) from a transmitter in Belpre, Ohio. The station can also be seen on Suddenlink channel 4 and CAS channel 7. On digital cable, there is a high definition signal offered on Suddenlink channel 781 and CAS channel 283. Owned by Gray Television, WTAP has studios at Television Plaza in Downtown Parkersburg. Syndicated programming on the channel includes: Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Seinfeld and Oprah. Contents 1 Digital programming 2 History 3 Newscasts 4 External links // Digital programming It operates the area's Fox affiliate on a second digital subchannel. Known on-air as Fox Parkersburg, this can be seen on Suddenlink and CAS channel 14. On digital cable, there is a high definition signal of WTAP-DT2 on Suddenlink channel 784 and CAS channel 284. Syndicated programming on this channel includes: Extra, Access Hollywood, Judge Judy and TMZ on TV. The station also operates the area's MyNetworkTV affiliate on a third digital subchannel. Known on-air as My 5, it is offered on Suddenlink and CAS channel 5. Syndicated programming on WTAP-DT3 includes: Family Guy, Two and a Half Men, Andy Griffith and Scrubs. Overnight, the main channel and WTAP-DT2 show Jewelry Television while WTAP-DT3 airs a live weather radar feed that is used during weather forecasts on the main channel's newscasts. Virtual channel Physical channel Video Aspect Programming 15.1 49.1 1080i 16:9 main WTAP-TV programming / NBC HD 15.2 49.2 480i 4:3 WTAP-DT2 programming / FOX SD 15.3 49.3 480i 4:3 WTAP-DT3 "My 5" History The station launched on October 8, 1953 and early in its life aired programming from NBC, ABC and CBS. Original plans called for WTAP to join with WDTV and WBOY-TV in Clarksburg (located 70 miles to the east) and turn North-Central West Virginia into one giant television market. However, this area is a very rugged dissected plateau and WTAP's UHF signal is not strong enough to make it across the terrain. As a result, it is the only commercial station based in Parkersburg. The only other stations licensed to the city are outlying translators of West Virginia Public Broadcasting and the Trinity Broadcasting Network. As WTAP is the only commercial station in the market, cable systems in Washington County, Ohio (home to Marietta) supplement the area with stations from Columbus. Cable systems in Wood and Pleasants Counties in West Virginia supplement coverage with stations from the Huntington/Charleston market. WTAP was owned by Benedek Broadcasting from 1979 to 2002 when the company declared bankruptcy and sold most of its stations, including WTAP, to Gray Television. In late-2005, Gray purchased Huntington's NBC affiliate WSAZ-TV. A.C. Nielsen recently named WTAP as the highest-rated NBC affiliate in the country (even ahead of WSAZ). On April 10, 2006, the station began broadcasting a Fox affiliate on a new second digital subchannel as well as Charter and CAS channel 14. It also began to offer a UPN affiliate on a new third digital subchannel as well as Charter and CAS channel 5. Eventually, Suddenlink replaced Charter. To make those stations possible, WTAP underwent a technical transformation. It carved two new control rooms from space that was previously used for storage and installed entirely digital production and master control rooms. On September 5, the UPN station became affiliated with Fox's new sister network MyNetworkTV. The name changed from "Your UPN" to "My 5" based on the its channel location on area cable systems. In 2009, WTAP left channel 15 and moved to channel 49 when the analog to digital conversion was completed. Newscasts After Gray Television bought WSAZ, there were rumors that WTAP would scrap its news operation and simulcast newscasts from that station. WSAZ has long been available on cable in Parkersburg and its news programs, among the highest-rated in the country, have always covered Parkersburg events. However, Gray itself has never considered shuttering WTAP's news department. The station's newscasts pull in revenue almost as large as WSAZ's news operation. Its news broadcasts have more viewers than many stations in medium to large markets in the country that must share their audiences with up to three other affiliates. WTAP-DT2 airs a weeknight 10 o'clock show known as Fox Parkersburg News. In addition to its main studios, the channel operates a bureau in Marietta. Unlike most NBC affiliates in the Eastern Time Zone, the station does not air a full two-hour weekday morning show, a half-hour broadcast weeknights at 5:30, or a newscast Sunday nights at 6. Anchors Brenna Slavens - weekday mornings and noon "Pet of The Week" segment producer Allison Rhea - weeknights at 5 and 10 reporter and "Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted" segment producer Lauren Keeling - weeknights at 6 and 11 reporter and "Come Home" segment producer Leslie Barrett - weekends and videographer "Wednesday's Child" segment producer Meteorologists Kirk Greenfield - Chief seen weeknights and "Surfin' With Kirk" segment producer Alan Longstreet - weekday mornings and noon Lauren Weppler - weekends and news reporter Sports Jim Wharton - Director seen weeknights at 6, 10 and 11 Football Frenzy host Lauren Sisler - weekends and sports reporter Reporters Phillip Hickman - "Gardening With Dave Fleming" segment producer Brittany Sweeney - weekday mornings and producer Art Ginsburg - "Mr. Food" segment producer Erin Pulsanti - weeknights and weekends Cathleen Moxley - Marietta Bureau Todd Baucher External links WTAP-TV Online WTAP-TV mobile WTAP-DT2 "Fox Parkersburg" WTAP-DT3 "My 5" Query the FCC's TV station database for WTAP-TV v • d • e Broadcast television in the Parkersburg, West Virginia-Marietta, Ohio area Local stations WOUB (20.1 PBS) • WTAP-TV (15.1 NBC / JTV, 15.2 FOX / JTV, 15.3 MNTV) • W57AG (PBS / WVPB) • WJOS-LP 58 (FN) Adjacent locals Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television Charleston / Huntington: WSAZ (3.1 NBC) • WCHS (8.1 ABC) • WVAH (11.1 FOX) • WOWK (13.1 CBS) • WQCW (30.1 The CW) Columbus: WSYX (6.1 ABC) • WBNS (10.1 CBS) West Virginia Broadcast television: Bluefield • Clarksburg/Weston • Huntington/Charleston • Parkersburg • Washington, DC • Wheeling v • d • e NBC Network Affiliates in the state of West Virginia WSAZ 3 (Huntington) - WVVA 6 (Bluefield) - WTOV 9 (Steubenville/Wheeling) - WBOY 12 (Clarksburg) - WTAP 15 (Parkersburg) See also: ABC, CBS, CW, Fox, ION, MyNetworkTV, NBC, PBS and Other stations in West Virginia v • d • e Gray Television, Inc. ABC Network Affiliates KAKE · KOLO · WBKO · WHSV · WTOK · WVAW · TV3 Winchester (WHSV-DT3) CBS Network Affiliates KBTX · KKTV · KOLN/KGIN · KWTX · KXII · WCAV · WCTV · WIBW · WIFR · WKYT · WRDW · WSAW · WSWG · WTVY · WVLT · WYMT The CW Network Affiliates1 KBTX · KWTX · WBKO · WJHG · WKYT · WTOK · WYMT Fox Network Affiliates KXII1 · WAHU · WBKO1 · WHSV1 · WSYM2 · WTAP1 Independent Television Station WOWT-DT21 MyNetworkTV Affiliates1 KKTV · KOLN/KGIN · KXII · WAHU · WCTV · WHSV · WIBW · WITN · WJHG · WRDW · WSAW · WSAZ · WSWG · WTOK · WTVY · WTAP · WVLT NBC Network Affiliates KKCO · WEAU · WILX · WITN · WJHG · WMTV · WNDU · WOWT · WSAZ · WTAP 1These stations broadcast these networks on their digital subchannels. 2Gray and Journal Broadcast Group entered into a "news share" agreement. Annual Revenue: $332.1 USD (2006) · Employees: N/A · Stock Symbol: NYSE: GTN · Website: ^