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Subject: List of television stations in the United States by call sign (initial letter W), WKYI-CD, WLMB, WJYL-CD, WVHF, Jewelry Television
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Jeffersonville, Indiana
Branding WNDA-TV Indiana 9
WNDA News (news)
Slogan The Hoosier Station
Channels Digital: 15 (UHF)
Virtual: 9.1 (PSIP)
Affiliations Independent station
Owner Dominion Media, Inc.
Founded May 28, 1985
Call letters' meaning JefferSonville
Former callsigns W26AS (1989-1996)
WJYL-LP (1996-2002)
WKQT-CA (2002)
WJYL-CA (2002-2009)
WNDA-CA (2009-2010)
WWJS-CA (2010-2012)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
26 (UHF), 9 (VHF)
Transmitter power 15,000 W
Class Class A

WWJS-CD is a low-powered, independent television station in Clarksville, Indiana, broadcasting digitally on channel 15, which maps to channel 9 via PSIP under the local ownership of Dominion Broadcasting. WWJS-CD mainly markets to nearby Jeffersonville and New Albany and serves the Indiana portion of the Louisville, Kentucky market. The station transmits from Floyds Knobs.

In January 2006, the station (then known as WVHF) started a local newscast known as Indiana 9 News, which is produced by Independent News Network out of Davenport, Iowa. Stories are gathered by local reporters and then presented by anchors in Davenport, along with weather and sports segments. In autumn, 2010, the station began to share programming with Louisville-based WKYI-CD. Shortly before September 2010, the station changed its callsign from WNDA-CA to WWJS-CA, but retained the WNDA name for branding purposes.

Shortly after converting to digital transmission, the station changed its callsign again to WWJS-CD, while still using "WNDA" as a brand. "-CD" in the North American call sign refers to a class A low-power television stations operating with digital signals. The previous "-CA" appended implied transmission through analog signals.

External links

  • WWJS website
  • Query the FCC's TV station database for WWJS
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