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List of television stations in Massachusetts

This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Massachusetts.

Contents

  • Full-power stations 1
    • Defunct full-power stations 1.1
  • Low-power stations 2
  • Translators 3
  • See also 4

Full-power stations

VC refers to the station's PSIP virtual channel. RF refers to the station's physical RF channel.
Area served City of license VC RF Callsign Network Notes
Adams Adams 19 36 WCDC-TV ABC satellite of WTEN ch. 10 Albany NY
Boston Boston 2 19 WGBH-TV PBS
Boston Boston 4 30 WBZ-TV CBS
Boston Boston 5 20 WCVB-TV ABC
Boston Boston 7 42 WHDH NBC
Boston Boston 25 31 WFXT Fox
Boston Worcester 27 29 WUNI UNI
Boston Boston 38 39 WSBK-TV MNT
Boston Boston 44 43 WGBX-TV PBS
Boston Norwell 46 10 WWDP Ind.
Boston Worcester 48 47 WYDN ETV
Boston ~Derry NH 50 35 WBIN-TV Ind.
Boston Cambridge 56 41 WLVI CW
Boston ~Merrimack NH 60 34 WNEU TEL
Boston Lawrence 62 18 WMFP COZI
Boston Marlborough 66 27 WUTF-DT UniMás
Boston Boston 68 32 WBPX-TV ION
Springfield Springfield 22 11 WWLP NBC
Springfield Springfield 40 40 WGGB-TV ABC Fox on 40.2
Springfield Springfield 57 22 WGBY-TV PBS
Vineyard Haven Vineyard Haven 58 40 WDPX-TV ION satellite of WBPX-TV ch. 68 Boston
~Albany/Schenectady NY Pittsfield 51 13 WNYA MNT
~Providence RI New Bedford 6 49 WLNE-TV ABC
~Providence RI New Bedford 28 22 WLWC CW

Defunct full-power stations

  • Channel 5: WHDH-TV - ABC, CBS - Boston (11/26/1957-3/18/1972)
  • Channel 14: WJZB-TV - Worcester (12/1953-1969)
  • Channel 32: WRLP-TV - NBC, Ind. - Greenfield (5/15/1957-4/9/1978)
  • Channel 56: WTAO-TV - DuMont/ABC - Boston (8/31/1953-3/30/1956)
  • Channel 56: WXHR-TV - experimental - Boston (5/17/1962-11/17/1962)
  • Channel 58: WCVX - Ind. - Vineyard Haven (7/19/1985-7/2/1991)

Low-power stations

Translators

See also

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