WRGB has the distinction of being the very first affiliated station of the NBC Television Network. The Albany TV DMA is served by the following stations, providing programming from many of the English-language American broadcast television networks: WRGB-CBS, WTEN-ABC, WNYT-NBC, WXXA-Fox, WMHT-PBS, WCWN-CW, WNYA-MyNetworkTV, and WYPX-ION. All of these services, with the exception of WNYA, also have companion digital television transmitters serving the region. There are currently no local affiliates for any of the Spanish-language domestic broadcast television networks, however the national service of Univision is provided via cable TV. Local cable TV operator Time Warner Cable provides a 24-hour cable news television channel, YNN Capital Region (formerly Capital News 9; now covering Albany and Glens Falls). Christian television networks TBN and 3ABN are available via low-power translator service to the immediate metro area. Unlike many television markets around the country, TV stations from neighboring markets cannot normally be received in the greater Albany area due to distance and terrain.
|Channel (Cable)||Callsign||Affiliation||City of license||Owner||Notes|
|6 (6)||WRGB||CBS||Schenectady, NY||Freedom Communications||DTV Ch. 39 (1806)|
|10 (10)||WTEN||ABC||Albany, NY||Young Broadcasting||DTV Ch. 26 (1810); See also WCDC|
|13 (13)||WNYT||NBC||Albany, NY||Hubbard Broadcasting||DTV Ch. 12 (1813)|
|15 (4)||WNYA||MyTV||Albany, NY||Freedom Communications||Relay for WNYA Pittsfield|
|17 (11)||WMHT||PBS||Schenectady, NY||WMHT Educational Telecommunications||DTV Ch. 34 (1811)|
|21 (21)||WSSN||ION||Germantown, NY||DTV Ch. 21|
|23 (8)||WXXA-TV||FOX||Albany, NY||Aloha Station Trust, LLC/
|DTV Ch. 7 (1808)|
|45 (15)||WCWN||CW||Schenectady, NY||Freedom Communications||DTV Ch. 43 (1815)|
|51 (4)||WNYA||MyTV||Pittsfield, MA||Venture Technologies Group||Will flash-cut to DTV service
in or near Feb. 2009.
|58 (None)||W58CX||3ABN||Saratoga Springs, NY||3ABN Inc.||Satellite fed low-power translator
Transmitter located in New Scotland NY
|50 (20)||WYPX||ION||Amsterdam, NY||ION Media Networks||DTV service only on UHF Ch. 50. Analog transmitter signed-off in 2007.|
Time Warner Cable also provides a local 24-hour rolling news service to its subscribers, YNN Capital Region (formerly Capital News 9) on cable channel 9. Audio portion is simulcast in the Albany area via radio station WUAM, 900 AM.
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