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Toledo, Ohio
Slogan Toledo's Christian Station
Channels Digital: 5 (VHF)
Affiliations religious independent, FamilyNet, Worship
Owner Dominion Broadcasting, Inc.
Founded October 19, 1998
Call letters’ meaning LaMB of God
Former channel number(s) Analog:
40 (1998-2009)
Former affiliations PAX (select programs only)
Transmitter Power 10 kW (digital)
Height 155 m (digital)
Facility ID 17076
Transmitter Coordinates 41°44′41″N 84°1′6″W / 41.74472°N 84.01833°W / 41.74472; -84.01833

WLMB channel 40 (digital 5) is a Christian/family oriented tv station in Toledo, Ohio. The station's first call sign was issued as WXAE-TV on July 17, 1992. It adopted its current call-sign on May 17, 1994. However, the station did not commence broadcasting until October 19, 1998.

WLMB's line up is mostly religious shows and infomercials in the mornings and classic tv shows (The Andy Griffith Show, I Love Lucy, The Brady Bunch, etc.) afternoons and evenings. Some of these programs are provided to WLMB from FamilyNet and The Worship Network.

WLMB was an affiliate of Pax from 2000 to 2002, but they only carried selected original and religious programming, plus weather reports.

Its call letters stand for LaMB (ie. "Lamb of God"), to further illustrate itself as a Christian / family station.

WLMB is owned and operated by Dominion Broadcasting, which is not related to Dominion Media, owners of WNDA-CA in the Louisville, Kentucky area.

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