WYYW-CD channel 36 is the Me-TV affiliate in Evansville, Indiana, its city of license. Programming is also seen in analog on WYYW-LP channel 41, also licensed to Evansville. From 1995 until 2007, there was a third translator serving the city, W56DN channel 56. Until 2009, WYYW-CD was co-owned by the Evansville Low Power Partnership and Communications Corporation of America (ComCorp), which owns Evansville CBS affiliate WEVV-TV.

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  • WYYW-CD channel 36 is the Me-TV affiliate in Evansville, Indiana, its city of license. Programming is also seen in analog on WYYW-LP channel 41, also licensed to Evansville. From 1995 until 2007, there was a third translator serving the city, W56DN channel 56. Until 2009, WYYW-CD was co-owned by the Evansville Low Power Partnership and Communications Corporation of America (ComCorp), which owns Evansville CBS affiliate WEVV-TV. On May 19, 2009, the then-WTSN-LP ceased broadcasting My44 and MyNetwork programming, and on June 1, the station flash cut to digital as WTSN-LD and changed its affiliation to America One. WEVV now carries My Network TV as a secondary affiliate on its digital signal, on digital channel 44.2. In August 2010, both WTSN-LD and WYYW-LP were granted Class A status by the Federal Communications Commission. The Class A designation protects them from being relocated to another channel by a full-power station. In November 2011, WTSN-CD and WYYW-LP became affiliates of the classic programming network Me-TV.
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  • WYYW-CD channel 36 is the Me-TV affiliate in Evansville, Indiana, its city of license. Programming is also seen in analog on WYYW-LP channel 41, also licensed to Evansville. From 1995 until 2007, there was a third translator serving the city, W56DN channel 56. Until 2009, WYYW-CD was co-owned by the Evansville Low Power Partnership and Communications Corporation of America (ComCorp), which owns Evansville CBS affiliate WEVV-TV.
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