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WFND-LP
Findlay, Ohio
Channels Analog: 22 (UHF)
Affiliations A1/Daystar
Owner West Central Ohio Broadcasting
(operated by Block Communications)
Founded January 24, 1990
Call letters’ meaning W Findlay
Former callsigns W47BD (1990-1997)
Transmitter Power Lic: 18 kW
CP: 55 kW
Height Lic: 102 m
CP: 91 m
Class Translator station
Facility ID 21475
Transmitter Coordinates Lic: 41°06′40.0″N 83°38′54.0″W / 41.11111°N 83.64833°W / 41.11111; -83.64833
CP:40°56′26.0″N 83°52′43.0″W / 40.94056°N 83.87861°W / 40.94056; -83.87861
Website None

WFND-LP is a low-power television station in Findlay, Ohio, serving the Toledo market as an America One affiliate on Channel 22. WFND-LP also airs programming from the Daystar Television Network. In 2004, the station was acquired from low-power broadcasting giant Equity Broadcasting by Metro Video Productions of Lima.

On November 29, 2008, it was announced that Metro Video Productions would sell its stations (including WFND) to West Central Ohio Broadcasting, Inc.; one of the company's heads, Allan J. Block, is the chairman of Block Communications.[1] Block already owns several assets in the Toledo area, including The Blade and Buckeye CableSystem.

References

  1. ^ "Phipps flips Lima low-power cluster". Television Business Report. November 29, 2008. http://www.rbr.com/tv-cable/tv_deals/11550.html. Retrieved December 1, 2008.  

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