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WTVZ-TV, virtual and UHF digital channel 33, is a television station licensed to Norfolk, Virginia, United States, serving as the MyNetworkTV affiliate for the Hampton Roads area of southeastern Virginia (comprising the cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton, Virginia Beach and environs), and the Outer Banks region of northeastern North Carolina.

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Got a college degree? May need one to figure out where to watch your football
ASN has contracts with 18 conferences, including the Colonial Athletic Association. Jeff McCallister, general manager of WTVZ-TV, said ASN 24/7 eventually will reach as many homes as ESPN. “ESPN started off with all kinds of goofy stuff, like Ping Pong ...
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Wtvz-tv Owner Plans To Go Public
NORFOLK — Sinclair Broadcast Group, the Baltimore company that owns Norfolk-based WTVZ-TV Channel 33 and six other television stations, has asked the Securities and Exchange Commission for permission to go public. The initial public offering of 3.75 ...
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At least 15 Conference USA football games will be broadcast on Twitter through Stadium
Games will continue to be broadcast over ASN’s over-the-air and cable outlets, including WTVZ-TV in Norfolk, but also streamed on Twitter, Anshell said. Twitter would be a new platform for Conference USA that would increase the potential audience.
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Bay Days festival delivers marine education along with the fun and food
It now airs on some 143 stations nationwide, including WTVZ-TV, Channel 33, where it's seen at 7:30 a.m. Mondays. Stover said it all started with his personal desire to protect the planet. "I'm a SCUBA instructor," Stover said. "For years, I'd been ...
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Soul Steppers on the move
Last Sunday, from 12:30 to 1 a.m. on WTVZ-TV, Channel 33, the group was shown performing line dances on a program called “Grown Folks Dancing,” which was taped on March 13 at the Comfort Zone Restaurant and Lounge in Hampton. This program will be aired ...
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Nielsen Media Research Accelerates Metered-Market Rollout: 8 Markets in 12 Months.
The first clients to sign on for the new service in Norfolk are WGNT-TV, the UPN affiliate operated by Paramount Stations Group and part of the entertainment operations of Viacom, Inc.; and WTVZ-TV, currently the FOX affiliate owned by Sinclair ...
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Doctor Madblood Returns for 40th Anniversary Halloween Special
After a network switch in 1989, the show again became known as “Doctor Madblood’s Movie” and ran for thirteen years on WTVZ-TV. The show ended its most recent run on television on WSKY-TV from 2002 to 2007, where it was known as “Doctor Madblood ...
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FATES & FORTUNES.
Appointments, WTVZ-TV Norfolk, Va.: Sandra Yost, VP/station manager, named president/general manager; Marge Nelowet, general sales manager, named co-manager of local/national sales; Bill Mantos, regional account executive, named co-manager of local ...
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TV stations ending analog service on Feb. 17
WCAX-TV (CBS), WETK (PBS), WVNY (ABC),WNNE (NBC), WLED-TV (PBS), WPTZ (NBC), WCFE-TV (PBS), WVER (PBS), WVTB (PBS), WVTA (PBS) Virginia Charlottesville: WCAV (CBS), WVIR-TV (NBC, CW) Harrisonburg: WHSV-TV (ABC) Norfolk: WHRO-TV (PBS), WTVZ-TV (MyN ...
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WTVZ-TV explained
In the late 1970s, the Hampton Roads area was unique in that it was one of the smallest media markets to have four commercial television stations: NBC affiliate WAVY-TV, CBS station WTAR-TV (now WTKR), ABC affiliate WVEC-TV, and independent station WYAH-TV ...
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Hampton Roads News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | WTVZ
WTVZ MyTVZ Norfolk offers MyTV Network entertainment programming in the Hampton Roads region, including Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Newport News ...
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WTKR - Wikipedia
WTKR, virtual channel 3 (UHF digital channel 40), is a television station licensed to Norfolk, Virginia, United States, serving as the CBS affiliate for the Hampton ...
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Bonten Media Group - Wikipedia
Bonten Media Group is a New York City-based owner of television broadcast stations in the United States. It was formed by Randall D. Bongarten and Diamond Castle ...
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