The station currently produces a local program featuring topics of community interest called Focus Atlanta, which airs on Sunday mornings and is hosted by Keisha Williams. The station is owned by the subsidiary of. It barely registered in the ratings, but was profitable because it did not spend as much money on programming as the market's other independents. Additionally, the station continues to add new features to 69 News and wfmz. Ed Hanna and Shelley Brown host the ceremony from the in. The station continues to add more local and national content to wfmz. This channel is locally produced, unlike associated with other AccuWeather-affiliated stations.
It enters a channel-sharing agreement with when its signal signs off the air. The station was on air about 15 hours a day. The program was hosted by former winner and radio host Greg Street. The station is owned by the locally based Maranatha Broadcasting Company, as part of a with , -licensed affiliate channel 2. Until it expanded the program to 5 a.
The station's over-the-air signal reaches some counties in northwestern New Jersey that are part of the New York City market, and is carried on some companies in the area. This program was accompanied by a live half-hour talk program at 10:30 p. The unit is headed up by 69 News Reporter Jaccii Farris and includes Executive Producer Amy Unger, both of whom also play a role at Julian Farris Films. In the 1990s, the station began running fewer religious shows and more sitcoms, and. The latter, then owned by , was slated to join , which it co-owned with. Its initial programming featured a mix of content and general entertainment, as well as two daily local newscasts.
. On May 22, 1994, as a result of the network to air football games, announced an affiliation deal with to switch the affiliations of most of New World's stations to the network. Over-the-air reception from its main transmitter begins to decrease past. It debuted on January 17, 2000, and is hosted by Doug Eberhart. Over the years, more first-run syndicated shows were added to the station's schedule. The channel's format is similar to 's.
In 2009, the station completed the historic transition to digital television. Things became more difficult when was sold to Outlet Broadcasting in 1984 and became more competitive in acquiring better syndicated programs and films. The navigation bar at the top of the page is designed to help viewers easily find what they are looking for. Die hier angezeigten Sponsored Listings werden von dritter Seite automatisch generiert und stehen weder mit dem Domaininhaber noch mit dem Dienstanbieter in irgendeiner Beziehung. Atlanta was not large enough at the time to support four independent stations. In January 2010, the station doubled it's transmitters' broadcast power from 400kw to 800kw.
The Big Ticket features highlights from local games featuring Lehigh Valley and Berks County schools, along with player and coach interviews. It debuted on September 30, 2012, and is hosted by Ashley Russo and Mike Mittman. The station ran religious shows such as the and from 10 a. In 2014, the Spanish newscast expanded to 6:30 p. In February 2003, the station debuted a half-hour nightly newscast at 11 p. In the afternoons the station ran a mix of family-type and classic.
Superstar ceased operations the morning of July 23, 1983, with its operator, Subscription Television of Greater Atlanta, in bankruptcy proceedings. On Sundays, the station aired mostly religious shows. It debuted in 1995 and is hosted by Jim Vaughn and Dan Moscaritolo, with reports from sports reporter Dave Lesko. On , the station is available on channel 10 and channel 9. The station also features family entertainment programming.
The news programs was retitled Channel 69 News by 1987 and was shortened to 69 News in 1999. The two competed against the longer-established 10 p. Religious shows ran late night. The station's newscasts primarily focus on Allentown and southeastern Pennsylvania. But, its commitment to the local community remains strong. On Saturdays, the station ran a few hours of , specialty shows and some religious shows. The station shut down its analog signal, over channel 69, on June 12, 2009, as part of the.
It originally broadcast from a transmitter atop the , the city's second tallest building. Eberhart is joined by a panel of doctors from. Another problem was the station's signal. The 5:30 and 10:30 p. With 37 hours of local news, the station offers unmatched detailed television coverage of the latest news for the region - one of the fastest-growing business districts in Pennsylvania. Those two newscasts eventually expanded to include additional local newscasts on weekday mornings, weekdays at noon and 5 p. It is not carried on satellite in portions of the market lying within the New York City market.