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Cincinnati, Ohio
Branding The Other Channel
Channels Analog: 25 (UHF)
Digital: 47
Affiliations America One
Owner Elliott B. Block
Founded September 9, 1998
Call letters’ meaning W Other
Former callsigns W39CG (1998-2001)
Former affiliations America's Store, UATV (through May 2006)
Transmitter Power 15 kW

WOTH-LP is a low-power television station in Cincinnati, Ohio, broadcasting locally on channel 25 as an affiliate of the America One network. Along with sister station WBQC-CA, WOTH is currently owned by Elliott Block.

In addition to network programming, the station airs local entertainment programs such as New Xtreme Sounds (music), Lincoln Ware Live! (community public affairs) and "Friday Night Fu" (campy kunng fu movies hosted by Cap'n Dave and Fu Crew).

The current channel slot was the original home of WBQC. In 2005, WBQC moved to Class A channel 38 from LP channel 25, leaving WOTH at 25. Prior to the move, WOTH aired home shopping programs from America's Store[1] under the callsigns W35BA and W39CG.[2] The WOTH logo is a simplification of WBQC's old "25 TV" logo.[3]

In early March 2009 WOTH planned to add Retro Television Network to its digital subchannel 25.2[4]. It was added in April 2009 to 25.3.

Digital television

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Digital channels

Channel Programming
25.1 WOTH-LP programming (America One; AMGTV[5])
25.2 WBQC-CA ("WKRP-TV") programming[6]
25.3 RTN programming[7]
25.4 Jewelry Television[8]

Owner Elliot Block stated that the station will add more subchannels in the future, but has not indicated what may be broadcast on these channels[9].


  1. ^ Smith, Doug (2005-03-10). "Ohio". TV Database Online. Archived from the original on 2005-03-10. Retrieved 2006-07-13.  
  2. ^ Federal Communications Commission. "Call Sign History". TV Query Results. Retrieved 2006-07-13.  
  3. ^ Old WBQC van (JPEG)
  4. ^
  5. ^ "AMGTV Affiliates and Clearances". Redneck Adventures Television Show. 2008-08-22. Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  6. ^ Small television stations struggling with digital conversion, Ana Radelat, USA Today, June 7, 2008
  7. ^ Kiesewetter, John (2009-04-09). "Low Power Ch 25 Goes Retro". The Cincinnati Enquirer (Gannett Company). Retrieved 2009-04-09.  
  8. ^ Kiesewetter, John (2009-06-08). "Channel 25 Digital TV Channels Due Back By Thursday". The Cincinnati Enquirer (Gannett Company). Retrieved 2009-06-09.  
  9. ^

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