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WBTL-LP
Toledo, Ohio
Channels Analog: 34 (UHF)
Affiliations infomercials
Owner Venture Technologies Group
Founded September 18, 1990
Former callsigns W05BZ (1990-1995)
Former affiliations America's Store (until 2007)
The Box
Transmitter Power 9.9 kW
Height 117 m
Class Translator station
Facility ID 3018
Transmitter Coordinates 41°39′5.0″N 83°32′8.0″W / 41.65139°N 83.53556°W / 41.65139; -83.53556
Website www.americasstore.com

WBTL-LP is a low-power commercial television station in Toledo, Ohio, broadcasting locally on channel 34. Founded September 18, 1990, the station is owned by Venture Technologies Group. The station was formerly an affiliate of The Box, broadcasting locally on channel 5.

It was also an affiliate of America's Store until the network's shutdown on April 3, 2007. Currently WBTL airs paid programing. WBTL-LP has an application to increase power to 150 kW to better serve Toledo's suburbs as well as Bedford Township, Michigan. This has since been dismissed, however a new application has been filed. If approved, the tower would move to Monroe County and serve Monroe and the Downriver Detroit suburbs. However, since there is no request to change the city of license of Toledo, this would be in violation, since the proposed signal does not reach the city. This application was also recently dismissed.

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