Contents 1 History 1.1 Sale to Media General and then Nexstar 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 News operation 3.1 Awards 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] The station first signed on the air on July 6, 1953 as WTPA (standing for Television PennsylvaniA), operating as an NBC affiliate. WTPA was founded by the Newhouse family, whose media holdings eventually became Advance Publications, and was operated alongside Harrisburg's two major newspapers, The Patriot and The Evening News (since merged as The Patriot-News). The following year, it switched affiliations to ABC. It originally operated on UHF channel 71, but later moved to channel 27 in 1957, after that channel's original occupant, WCMB-TV, ceased operations. During WTPA's first year on the air, the station broadcast from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 a.m. on weekdays and from noon to midnight on weekends. Early local programs included a midday religious program Daily Devotions, music and comedy-focused variety program Mac's Matinee, daytime talk show Harrisburg Hostess, cooking show Look What's Cooking and Susquehanna Trail. The Times Mirror Company acquired the Newhouse television stations (including WTPA) on March 28, 1980 and changed its call sign to the current WHTM-TV. The station was sold, along with then-sister station WETM-TV in Elmira, New York, to Smith Broadcasting Company in 1986. WHTM, in turn, was sold to Price Communications in 1994. Allbritton Communications acquired the station in 1996. An ice storm that hit South Central Pennsylvania on December 15 and 16, 2007 knocked out the power to WHTM's transmitter site, which also affected the reception of the station on some cable and satellite providers. WHTM's signal began operating at full power once again on the morning of December 18.[3][4] Feature reporter Chuck Rhodes served as a minor cast member in the 2000 film Lucky Numbers, which was based loosely on the 1980 Pennsylvania Lottery scandal and starred John Travolta as a cash lacking meteorologist, whose biggest competition in Harrisburg was Rhodes (the real-life incident occurred in Pittsburgh). On November 30, 2015, WHTM 27.2 replaced RetroTV with Ion Television. Sale to Media General and then Nexstar[edit] On July 29, 2013, Allbritton announced that it would sell its seven television stations, including WHTM, to the Sinclair Broadcast Group.[5] As part of the deal, Sinclair was planning to sell the license assets of its existing Harrisburg station, WHP-TV (channel 21) to Deerfield Media, but would still operate that station through shared services and joint sales agreements.[6] However, the FCC ruled that Sinclair's plans to retain WHTM would have, in effect, created a new LMA between WHTM and WLYH-TV, even though the FCC had ruled in 1999 that such agreements made after November 5, 1996 covering more than 15% of the broadcast day would count toward the ownership limits for the brokering station's owner.[7] After several revisions to the deal—one which included a proposal to divest WHP and the LMA with WLYH,[8][9] Sinclair chose to instead retain WHP and the LMA with WLYH, and divest WHTM.[10][11] On June 23, it was announced that WHTM would be sold to Media General for $83.4 million.[12] After nearly a year of delays, the deal was approved by the FCC on July 24, 2014.[13] Sinclair completed the purchase of the Allbritton stations on August 1,[14] with WHTM being operated under a "Hold Separate Agreement" until its sale to Media General was completed on September 2.[15] On January 27, 2016, Nexstar Broadcasting Group, (who owned WLYH [now WXBU] from 2006 to 2015; the station is owned by Howard Stirk Holdings, owned by conservative talk show host Armstrong Williams), announced that it had reached an agreement to acquire Media General.[16] Upon consummation, WHTM became a sister station to five stations in three other Pennsylvania markets, including WYOU and WBRE-TV in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, WTAJ-TV in Altoona, and WJET-TV and WFXP in Erie. The sale was completed on January 17, 2017.[17]

Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[18] 27.1 720p 16:9 WHTM-HD Main WHTM-TV programming / ABC 27.2 480i 4:3 ION Ion Television 27.3 WX27 GetTV 27.4 Laff Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] WHTM-TV signed on its digital signal on VHF channel 10 in 1999. The station discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over UHF channel 27, on June 12, 2009, as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.[19] The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition VHF channel 10,[20] (this forced NBC owned-and-operated station WCAU in Philadelphia to continue broadcasting its digital signal on channel 34), using PSIP to display WHTM-TV's virtual channel as 27 on digital television receivers.

News operation[edit] WHTM-TV presently broadcasts 33.5 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with five and a half hours on weekdays and three hours each on Saturdays and Sundays). In addition to its main studios, WHTM operates news bureaus at The York Dispatch offices on North George Street (I-83 Bus in Downtown York), on North Main Street (U.S. 11 SB) in Downtown Chambersburg, in Downtown Lebanon and near the square in Carlisle. News programming on the station began with its sign-on as WTPA in 1953, with 15-minute newscasts at 12:15, 6:30 and 11:00 p.m. WHTM has long placed second in the ratings among the market's newscasts, though in recent years it has closed the gap with longtime ratings leader WGAL. Generally, WHTM leads the way in the market's northern counties, such as Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry (including the state capital of Harrisburg, and Carlisle).[21] WGAL has stayed in first mainly due to its dominance of York and Lancaster counties, which contain the majority of the market's population. Starting in 2012, WGAL began experiencing declines in news viewership, the largest occurring in May 2013; WHTM saw consistent growth, including significant gains during that same sweeps period.[22] That July, WHTM-TV beat WGAL for the first time at 5 p.m. among adults 25-54, while also experiencing ratings increases in other time periods, including at 6 p.m. and created a virtual tie with WGAL at noon. For the November 2013 ratings period, WHTM was the only television station in the market to show significant growth in all newscasts. WGAL's news viewership dropped in every single time period that month, as did WHP-TV. WHTM's morning, 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts all saw gains of at least one rating point and in some cases, in excess of five share points. On October 14, 2011, WHTM became the third television station in Central Pennsylvania to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition; news video from the field is presented in HD, as WHTM upgraded its ENG vehicles, satellite truck, studio and field cameras and other equipment in order to broadcast news footage from the field in high definition, in addition to segments broadcast from the main studio. On January 13, 2012, WHTM upgraded its weather graphics to HD. Awards[edit] Over the years, WHTM has earned numerous Emmy nominations and wins. In 2014 the station was nominated for 26 Emmys, leading the Mid Atlantic chapter of NATAS in total nominations. This was more than all other stations in the local market combined and more than all stations in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. In 2013, the station received 16 Emmy nominations, including in the "News Excellence" category. The station's coverage of the trial of Jerry Sandusky, and its Saturday morning and 11 p.m. newscasts, and various members of the station's news staff were also nominated for Regional Emmys for various stories and newscasts.[23] WHTM has repeatedly been recognized with the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association's Joe Snyder Award for Outstanding News Service, including in 2013. That year, WHTM also received seven first place awards from the Associated Press, including for its Sandusky trial coverage, as well as a Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters award for its investigative reporting and in spot news for its coverage of the kidnapping of a local college student.[24][25] In 2014 the PAB awarded WHTM with Outstanding Website for, Outstanding Breaking News Report for coverage of a major tanker truck explosion on I-81 in Dauphin County and Outstanding Feature Report for a series on the legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.

References[edit] ^ Modification of a Licensed Facility for DTV Application ^ ^ "Statement from abc27 Station Management". December 17, 2007. Retrieved 2007-12-18. [dead link] ^ "Statement from abc27 Station Management". December 18, 2007. Archived from the original on 2007-12-20. Retrieved 2007-12-18.  ^ Heath, Thomas; Wilgoren, Debbi (July 29, 2013). "Allbritton to sell 7 TV stations, including WJLA, to Sinclair for $985 million". The Washington Post. Retrieved July 29, 2013.  ^ "Sinclair Buying Allbritton Stations For $985M". TVNewsCheck. July 29, 2013. Retrieved July 29, 2013.  ^ Kreisman, Barbara A. (December 6, 2013). "Letter to Sinclair and Allbritton legal counsel" (PDF). CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved December 8, 2013.  ^ Sinclair Offers to Sell Stations Ahead of FCC Decision, TVSpy, March 21, 2014. ^ Sinclair Proposes Restructuring Of Allbritton Transaction In Order To Meet Objections Of The Federal Communications Commission, The Wall Street Journal (via PRNewswire), March 20, 2014. ^ Eggerton, John (May 29, 2014). "Sinclair Proposes Surrendering Three Licenses to Get Allbritton Deal Done". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved May 30, 2014.  ^ Jessell, Harry A. (May 29, 2014). "Sinclair Giving Up 3 Stations To Appease FCC". TVNewsCheck. Retrieved May 30, 2014.  ^ "Media General Buying WHTM For $83.4M". TVNewsCheck. June 23, 2014. Retrieved June 23, 2014.  ^ Eggerton, John (24 July 2014). "FCC Approves Sinclair/Allbritton Deal". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved 24 July 2014.  ^ Sinclair's Deal For Allbritton Closes, Broadcasting & Cable, 1 August 2014, Retrieved 4 August 2014. ^ Consummation Notice, CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, Retrieved 3 September 2014. ^ Picker, Leslie (January 27, 2016). "Nexstar Clinches Deal to Acquire Media General". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved January 27, 2016.  ^ Nexstar Broadcasting Group Completes Acquisition of Media General Creating Nexstar Media Group, The Nation’s Second Largest Television Broadcaster Nexstar Media Group, 17 January, 2017. Retrieved 17 January, 2017. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for WHTM ^ List of Digital Full-Power Stations ^ CDBS Print ^ WHTM fights the ratings battle with advertisers, Lancaster Online, May 12, 2013. ^ WGAL still leads local market, but not by as much, Lancaster Online, July 7, 2013. ^ abc27 News gets 16 Emmy nominations, WHTM-TV, August 2, 2013. ^ Another season of TV shows down the tubes, Lancaster Online, June 2, 2013. ^ 2013 PAB Excellence in Broadcasting Award Winners List Archived 2014-01-14 at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit] Official website Query the FCC's TV station database for WHTM-TV BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on WHTM-TV v t e Broadcast television in the Susquehanna Valley, including Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television Network O&Os are in bold Local stations WGAL (8.1 NBC, 8.2 MeTV) WXBU (15.1 Comet TV) WHP-TV (21.1 CBS, 21.2 MNTV, 21.3 The CW) WHTM-TV (27.1 ABC, 27.2 Ion, 27.3 GetTV, 27.4 Laff) W07DP-D (35.1 COR) WITF-TV (33.1 PBS, 33.2 PBS Kids) WPMT (43.1 Fox, 43.2 Antenna TV) WGCB-TV (49.1 IND) Adjacent locals Philadelphia, PA KYW-TV (3.1 CBS, 3.2 Decades) WPVI-TV (6.1 ABC, 6.2 LWN HD, 6.3 Laff) WCAU (10.1 NBC, 10.2 Cozi TV, 62.3 Telemundo, 62.4 TeleXitos) WPHL-TV (17.1 MNTV, 17.2 Antenna TV, 17.3 This TV, 17.4 Comet TV) WUVP-DT (65.1 Univision, 65.2 Bounce TV, 65.3 Justice) Baltimore, MD WMAR-TV (2.1 ABC, 2.2 Laff, 2.3 Bounce TV, 2.4 Escape) WBAL-TV (11.1 NBC, 11.2 MeTV) WJZ-TV (13.1 CBS, 13.2 Decades) Washington, DC WUSA (9.1 CBS, 9.2 Justice) WFDC-DT (14.1 Univision, 14.2 GetTV, 14.3 Grit, 14.4 Bounce TV) WDCW (50.1 The CW, 50.2 Antenna TV) WJAL (68.1 LATV) Cable channels Harrisburg Broadcast Network Pennsylvania Cable Network The Comcast Network Pennsylvania broadcast television Binghamton, New York Buffalo, New York Elmira, New York Erie Johnstown/Altoona/State College New York City Philadelphia Pittsburgh Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Susquehanna Valley (Harrisburg) Washington, DC Youngstown, Ohio See also Baltimore TV v t e ABC Network Affiliates in the State of Pennsylvania WTAE 4 (Pittsburgh) WPVI 6 (Philadelphia) WNEP 16 (Scranton) WATM 23 (Altoona) WJET 24 (Erie) WHTM 27 (Harrisburg) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in Pennsylvania v t e ION Network Affiliates in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania WINP-TV 16 (Pittsburgh) WHTM-TV 27.2 (Harrisburg) WPPX-TV 61 (Wilmington, DE/Philadelphia) WQPX-TV 64 (Scranton) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in Pennsylvania v t e Nexstar Media Group sorted by primary channel network affiliations ABC KAMC 1 KCAU-TV KMID KODE-TV 1 KSVI KTKA-TV 1 KTVX WATE-TV WATN-TV WAWV-TV 1 WBOY-DT2 2 WDHN WEHT WHTM-TV WIVT WJBF WJET-TV WJHL-TV 2 WKRN-TV WLAJ 1 WMBB WOI-DT WOTV WRIC-TV WSYR-TV WTEN WTNH WTRF-DT3 2 WTVO 1 WUTR 1 WVNY 1 WWTI WYTV 1 CBS KELO-TV / KCLO-TV / KDLO-TV / KPLO-TV KGPE KLAS-TV KLBK-TV KLFY-TV KLST KOIN KOLR 1 KREX-TV / KREY-TV KRQE / KBIM / KREZ KTAB-TV KXMB-TV / KXMC-TV / KXMD-TV / KXMA-TV 2 WANE-TV WBTW WCIA WFRV-TV WHBF-TV WHLT WIAT WIVB-TV WJHL-TV WJMN-TV WJTV WKBN-TV WKRG-TV WLNS-TV WMBD-TV WNCN WNCT-TV WOWK-TV WPRI-TV WRBL WROC-TV WSPA-TV WTAJ-TV WTRF-TV WVNS-TV WYOU 1 The CW KASN 1 KASW KCWI-TV KGCW KGET-TV 2 KHON-TV / KHAW-TV / KAII-TV 2 KNVA 1 KTKA-TV 1, 2 KUCW KWBQ / KRWB-TV 1 KXMB-TV 2 / KXMC-TV 2 / KXMD-TV 2 / KXMA-TV KXTU-LD WBDT 1 WBRL-CD WCBD-DT2 2 WFNA WHLT 2 WISH-TV WJTV 2 WLAJ-DT2 1, 2 WLMT WNAC-TV 1, 2 WNCT-DT2 2 WNLO WSAV-TV 2 WTVW 1 WWCW WWLP-DT2 / WFXQ-CD 2 WWTI-DT2 2 WYCW Fox KARD KCIT 1 KFQX 1 KFTA-TV 1 KFXK-TV 1 KHON-TV / KHAW-TV / KAII-TV KHMT 1 KJTL 1 KLJB 1 KLRT-TV 1 KMSS-TV 1 KPEJ-TV 1 KRQE / KBIM / KREZ 2 KTMJ-CD KWKT-TV KXRM-TV WFFF-TV WFXP 1 WFXR WFXV WGMB-TV WJKT WLAX / WEUX WNAC-TV 1 WNTZ-TV WQRF-TV WVBT WVNS-DT2 2 WXXA-TV 1 WYFX-LD WYZZ-TV 1 WZDX MyNetworkTV KARZ-TV KASY-TV 1 KBVO / KBVO-CD KCPN-LP 1 KELO-TV / KDLO-TV / KPLO-TV KGJT-CD KJBO-LP 1 KOZL-TV KRON-TV KSHV-TV 1 KTPN-LD / KLPN 1 KYLE-TV WBTW WCIX WCTX WNDY-TV WNTZ-TV WPNY-LP WPRI-TV 2 WSAV-TV 2 WTRF-DT2 2 WTTA WTVO 1, 2 WVNS-DT2 2 WXSP-CD WYTV-DT2 1, 2 WZDX 2 NBC KAMR-TV KARK-TV KETK-TV KFDX-TV KGET-TV KNWA-TV KRBC-TV 1 KSAN-TV 1 KSEE KSNF KSNT KSNW / KSNC / KSNG / KSNK / KSNL-LD KTAL-TV KTSM-TV KTVE 1 KVEO-TV KXAN-TV WAVY-TV WBGH-CD WBOY-TV WBRE-TV WCBD-TV WCMH-TV WDTN WETM-TV WFLA-TV WOOD-TV WSAV-TV WTWO WVLA-TV 1 WWLP / WFXQ-CD Other Telemundo KKEY-LP KTAB-TV 2 Independent station KZUP-CD Independent station/Heroes & Icons WDVM-TV TV CMS company Lakana LIN Digital Online ad company Yashi Acquisitions Communications Corporation of America Grant Broadcasting Media General LIN Media (New Vision Television) Park Communications Spartan Communications Young Broadcasting Newport Television West Virginia Media Holdings 1 Nexstar operates these stations under an SSA. 2 These stations broadcast these networks on their digital subchannels. 3 Sale of the station to Mission Broadcasting is awaiting FCC approval. 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