Contents 1 History 1.1 As an ABC-owned station 1.2 E. W. Scripps Company station 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 Coverage 4 Programming 4.1 Programming history 5 In popular culture 6 News operation 6.1 History 6.1.1 Notable current on-air staff 6.2 Notable former on-air staff 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

History[edit] As an ABC-owned station[edit] WXYZ-TV Action News remote van. The station first signed on the air on October 9, 1948 as the second television station in Michigan, after WWJ-TV (channel 4, now WDIV-TV). Channel 7 was also the third of ABC's five original owned-and-operated television stations to sign on, after New York City and Chicago and before San Francisco and Los Angeles. WXYZ-TV was created out of ABC-owned radio station WXYZ (1270 AM), which produced the popular radio programs The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet. WXYZ radio personality Dick Osgood was host of WXYZ-TV's inaugural broadcast. The television station originally broadcast from studios located in the Maccabees Building on Woodward Avenue in midtown Detroit, across from the Detroit Institute of Arts. In the 1950s, WXYZ-TV began producing a series of popular and innovative programs that featured many personalities from WXYZ radio. The station's success generated revenues large enough that it became instrumental in financially helping the then-struggling ABC network and other ABC ventures during the 1950s, including ABC-Paramount Records. In 1959, all of WXYZ's radio and television operations moved into new broadcast facilities at Broadcast House, at 20777 West Ten Mile Road in Southfield, where WXYZ's television operations remain. The facility was built on the site of a former farm and included three television production studios and its own free-standing broadcast tower with a single-person maintenance elevator. WXYZ began broadcasting network programs in color in 1956 and started broadcasting local programs and newscasts in color around 1964. By 1978, WXYZ-TV was the second most-dominant television station in the United States in terms of local viewership, no doubt attributable to ABC's prime-time ratings dominance and the continued success of Channel 7 Action News with lead news anchor Bill Bonds. In 1979, ABC named Jeanne Findlater as WXYZ's general manager. She was the first woman to hold that title at a major market television station. WXYZ-TV was carried by the Cancom system from 1983 as the ABC station for Canadian cable television providers too distant to receive a border station's signal over-the-air, though later, Seattle station KOMO-TV was added to Cancom's offerings as a Pacific Time Zone alternative. E. W. Scripps Company station[edit] In May 1985, Capital Cities Communications, which owned Detroit radio stations WJR (760 AM) and WHYT (96.3 FM, originally WJR-FM, now WDVD), announced its acquisition of ABC.[2] In order to comply with the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) ownership limits of the time, the new Capital Cities/ABC would have to sell either WXYZ-TV or each of three radio stations that the two companies had owned – WJR, WHYT, or ABC-owned WRIF (101.1 FM; the former WXYZ-FM, which was sold as part of the merger).[3] ABC had sold WXYZ (AM) a year earlier in 1984 to the radio station's general manager, Chuck Fritz, who changed its call sign to WXYT.[4] Upon gaining FCC approval of the merger in February 1986, the new company sold WXYZ-TV as well as Capital Cities' Tampa station WFTS-TV to the E. W. Scripps Company.[5] Capital Cities/ABC intended to keep channel 7 together with WJR and WHYT through a waiver of the FCC's cross-ownership rules, as a contingency in case a similar request involving ABC's New York City television flagship and Capital Cities' Philadelphia outlet was denied.[6][7][8] At the time, Cozzin Communications (a broadcast group owned by stand-up comedian/actor Bill Cosby) emerged as another prospective bidder for the station.[9] ABC retained some of WXYZ's assets, including the satellite uplink for its satellite news-gathering service ABC NewsOne. Under Scripps ownership, WXYZ-TV retained the ABC network affiliation and continued to use ABC's (originally) proprietary Circle 7 logo. Scripps used the station's popularity as leverage for Detroit's cable providers to carry the Scripps-owned HGTV cable network, using the FCC's retransmission consent rule to force local cable systems to carry HGTV. Under this rule, a television station that is carried on a cable system under must carry rules can request cable systems to compensate the station for carrying it. The station was selected as the site of the first Town Meeting with President Bill Clinton in February 1993, which was hosted by Bill Bonds. President Clinton would address questions from audience members at WXYZ's studios as well as audiences at other television stations via satellite. A shift in affiliation at Detroit's CBS affiliate, WJBK-TV (channel 2), to the Fox network in 1994[10] prompted CBS to attempt to lure WXYZ to drop its ABC affiliation in favor of switching to CBS.[11] As a contingency plan, ABC approached SJL Broadcast Management (later known as Montecito Broadcast Group, now SJL Broadcasting and once again controlled by the principals of Lilly Broadcasting) about buying Toledo, Ohio's WTVG (channel 13) and Flint's WJRT-TV (channel 12) to cover the Detroit area, in the event that WXYZ became a CBS station. Both stations' city-grade signals reached portions of the Detroit area (WTVG to the south, and WJRT-TV to the north). Eventually, Scripps signed a ten-year long-term deal with ABC that would keep WXYZ as an affiliate of the network (it remains an ABC affiliate to this day). As a condition of that agreement, television stations in other cities, including Tampa-St. Petersburg, Cincinnati, Phoenix and Baltimore, would lose their ABC affiliations to competing Scripps-owned stations in those cities. CBS would purchase UHF independent station WGPR-TV (channel 62, now WWJ-TV), after it failed to reach deals to affiliate with WDIV, WKBD-TV (channel 50, which lost its Fox affiliation to WJBK as a result of its then-owner New World Communications's affiliation deal with the network) or the market's other independent stations, WXON (channel 20, now WMYD) and WADL-TV (channel 38). WXYZ-TV has been active in several community service projects. The station received the National Community Service Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding community service in 1989. WXYZ is a partner in several charitable endeavors including the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul,[12] Operation Can-Do and Detroit's annual children's immunization fair. On October 4, 2006, WXYZ became the first television station in Michigan and the first Scripps-owned station to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition.

Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[13] 7.1 720p 16:9 WXYZ-HD Main WXYZ-TV programming / ABC 7.2 480i 4:3 WXYZ-BN Bounce TV 7.3 16:9 WXYZ_LF Laff WXYZ-TV's third digital subchannel originally carried a video feed of the station's tower camera at Broadcast House. Most recently, it formerly carried Doppler7Weather, a local weather channel looping weather radar, temperatures and live local radar – along with an L-Bar (similar to that used by The Local AccuWeather Channel and the defunct NBC Weather Plus, though it was operated independently from either network) that showed current conditions and five-day local forecasts. On May 21, 2010, this channel was removed to prepare and utilize its channel bandwidth exclusively for mobile television, labelled as WXYZ-MH 7.3 and simulcasting 7.2/Live Well Network at 1.83 MBps. WXYZ, along with WDIV-TV, became the first Detroit stations to offer Mobile DTV feeds on August 6, 2010.[14][15][16] On July 12, 2012, the E. W. Scripps Company signed an affiliation agreement with Bounce TV to make WXYZ-TV the Detroit area affiliate of the network, becoming the first Scripps-owned station to affiliate with Bounce TV.[17] Bounce TV itself launched on September 25, 2012, after a week of audio-only testing. Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] WXYZ-TV became the first television station in Detroit to transmit an over-the-air digital signal, broadcasting on UHF channel 41 on September 29, 1998.[18] The station shut down its analog signal, over VHF channel 7, on June 12, 2009, the official date on which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital signal continued to broadcasts on its pre-transition UHF channel 41.[19][20] Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 7. WJBK began using the channel 7 allocation for its digital signal after the transition.

Coverage[edit] In addition to carriage across Southeast Michigan, WXYZ is carried on most cable providers in Southwestern Ontario and Northwestern Ohio. Coverage on cable systems outside the Detroit/Windsor market may be subject to syndication exclusivity rules and network blackouts in the United States and simsubbing in Canada. The station can be received from as far away as Flint, Michigan with a good-quality antenna. It's also carried on cable in Grand Marais, Michigan.[citation needed] The station also serves several other parts of Canada as an ABC affiliate on satellite provider Shaw Direct as well as on cable providers in several Canadian markets including Windsor, London, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury and Thunder Bay, Ontario, Saint John, New Brunswick and all of Manitoba (except for areas served by Shaw's Steinbach or Winnipeg system, which carry WDAZ-TV out of Grand Forks, North Dakota instead) and the National Capital Region. WXYZ-TV was previously offered as the ABC affiliate on cable through Cable Atlantic (now Rogers Cable) in Newfoundland and Labrador including in St. John's from 1985 to 1997 (which has since been replaced by Boston ABC affiliate WCVB-TV). As of 2010, however, some Rogers Cable customers in Newfoundland and Labrador began receiving WXYZ again along with WDIV and WWJ. Until April 2011, Comcast subscribers in Holly, which is located within the Detroit market in northwestern Oakland County were unable to see much of WXYZ's programming, as it was often blacked out at the request of Flint's WJRT-TV; the blackout was due to the Comcast system being tied to the Flint headend, instead of one in Oakland County or elsewhere in Detroit. That month, following complaints from Detroit stations and area viewers of being blacked out or unavailable in an area that they were supposed to serve, Comcast discontinued blackouts of the Detroit stations it already carried, added additional stations from that market and dropped many Flint/Tri-Cities area stations from that system. WJRT-TV was one of two stations retained (along with WCMZ-TV) as it was considered to have significant viewership in the Holly area.

Programming[edit] Syndicated programs carried on WXYZ-TV include The Dr. Oz Show, The Doctors, Right This Minute, Castle and Live with Kelly and Ryan. Programming history[edit] In the 1950s, WXYZ-TV created a series of widely popular locally produced children's programs. The most famous program, Lunch with Soupy that launched the career of comedian Soupy Sales. The program debuted in 1953 and was such a success that ABC moved production to Los Angeles in 1960 and aired the show nationally. Soupy also hosted a very popular late night adult comedy show during that same period in the 1950s called Soupy's On. Other successful children's shows to follow would include Wyxie's Wonderland hosted by Detroit comic Marv Welch. In 1954, Bob Brickwedde (using the stage name Bob Henry) hosted the Nash Theater Hour on Thursday nights and hosted western movies featuring Deadeye and Black Bart on Saturdays as "Sheriff Bob". Ricky the Clown was hosted by professional clown and magician Irv Romig and The Johnny Ginger Show was hosted by local comic Johnny Ginger. The Auntie Dee Show hosted by Dee Parker was a popular children's talent show. In 1974, WXYZ-TV launched and produced another successful children's show, the nationally syndicated Hot Fudge. Former WXYZ-TV general manager John Pival is credited for launching several other popular innovative programs in the 1950s and 1960s including the World Adventure Series with host George Pierrot, an author on world travel and a speaker at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The program showed films about exotic locations around the world. The Lady of Charm and later House O' Charm with host Edythe Fern Melrose was a predecessor to today's Martha Stewart home-making programs. Prize Movie with popular host Rita Bell introduced feature films and held a viewer call-in contest (with cash prizes that started at $7) to name the title of a song she played on the air. Several music programs also aired including Club Polka and Club 1270. WXYZ disc jockey Ed McKenzie also brought his talents to television with The Ed McKenzie Saturday Party, which featured live musical performances from such artists as Chuck Berry and Louis Armstrong. WXYZ-TV also had a series of popular morning shows starting with the Pat and Johnny Show, hosted by WXYZ radio announcers Pat Tobin and Johnny Slagle. Later in 1966, The Morning Show debuted as a morning variety program with host Bob Hynes. The station also helped to launch the career of Dennis Wholey, who started his AM Detroit talk show at WXYZ before going on to WTVS (channel 56) to host PBS Late Night. The most popular and successful WXYZ morning talk show was Kelly & Company, which ran from 1978 to 1995 and was hosted by a married couple who were both former members of WXYZ's news staff, John Kelly (who served as news anchor) and Marilyn Turner (who served as a weathercaster). It was primarily a talk show with featured guests and a studio audience. In 1984, Turner and Kelly would also host the short-lived afternoon program, Good Afternoon Detroit. The program was a pilot for other ABC-owned stations including those in New York and Chicago to launch their own Good Afternoon... shows. In 1965, the Sunday morning public affairs show Spotlight on the News debuted, with WXYZ's news director Bill Fyffe as its first host. The show was later hosted by political reporter Jim Herrington and continues to air today with WXYZ editorial and public affairs director Chuck Stokes as its host, writer and producer. Spotlight is now Detroit's longest running current events television program. It has featured local and national public officials including U.S. Presidents and won numerous awards. Another public affairs show that aired Sunday nights at 11:30 p.m. from 1967 to 1981 was Haney's People with host Don Haney. WXYZ-TV has also been involved in several Detroit traditions over the years, having aired special coverage of Detroit's Thanksgiving Day Parade, The North American International Auto Show Charity Preview, the annual Woodward Dream Cruise and the City of Detroit's celebrations of its 250th anniversary in 1951 and 300th anniversary in 2001. WXYZ's special coverage has also included the victory parades of the city's professional sports teams, most recently the Detroit Red Wings' Stanley Cup victory in 2008 and the Detroit Pistons' NBA championship in 2004. WXYZ is also the official broadcaster of the Christmas parade in Rochester, Michigan. In 1987, the station created and produced a weekly educational literacy program aimed at children called Learn To Read, which was based on the "Michigan Method" of literacy education, and was co-produced by Kentucky Educational Television. One of the hosts of this series was then-WXYZ news anchor Doris Biscoe. During Game 2 of the 2004 NBA Finals in Detroit, Jimmy Kimmel appeared on ABC's halftime show to make an on-air plug for that night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!. He suggested that if the Detroit Pistons defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, "they're gonna burn the city of Detroit down ... and it's not worth it." Channel 7 officials immediately announced that night's show would not air on the station. Hours later, ABC officials pulled that night's show from the entire network. Kimmel later apologized.[21] In 2011, WXYZ-TV replaced WWJ-TV as the new flagship of the Detroit Lions Television Network,[22] assuming broadcast rights to the team's over-the-air preseason game telecasts. The agreement ended in 2015, with the telecasts being moved to WJBK. WXYZ-TV runs the entire ABC schedule, making it one of the few large market stations not owned and operated by the network to do so.

In popular culture[edit] WXYZ-TV was featured on the ABC series Detroit 1-8-7 (which was filmed on location in Detroit) as the only real-life local news station being portrayed on the show (the others were fictional). The ABC sitcom Home Improvement which was set in Detroit, had Tim Allen's character, Tim Taylor wearing a WXYZ-branded sweatshirt in the second-season episode, "Love is a Many-Splintered Thing". On The Electric Company, Fred Baxter (portrayed by Jim Boyd) interviewing Spider-Man (portrayed by Danny Seagren), asking him if he would watch the news on WXYZ-TV, but Spider-Man refused in one skit.

News operation[edit] WXYZ-TV presently broadcasts 37½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with six hours on weekdays, four hours on Saturdays and 3½ hours on Sundays); in addition, the station produces two half-hour sports programs that air on Sundays, the weekly sports highlight program 7 Sports Cave (which airs weekly at 11 a.m.) and the Detroit Lions highlight program Ford Lions Report Live (which only airs during the NFL season). History[edit] WXYZ-TV's newscasts had long been dominant in the Detroit market's news ratings partly due to the popularity of longtime lead news anchor Bill Bonds. The station's news department started as a small operation but would gain credibility for its coverage of the 1967 Detroit race riots. In the 1970s, WXYZ began an aggressive build-up of its news department by adopting many elements of the Eyewitness News format, such as the Cool Hand Luke music theme that was used by ABC's four other owned-and-operated television stations in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. However, it opted to title its newscasts Action News, since rival WJBK-TV was already using the Eyewitness News brand. Under the direction of general manager Jim Osborn and news director Phil Nye, the station would lure popular news personalities from rival stations, WJBK-TV and WDIV-TV (then known as WWJ-TV) to join its already well-known anchors Dave Diles and Bill Bonds. WXYZ assembled Detroit's most popular news anchors and reporters for its news staff such as John Kelly, Jac LeGoff, Al Ackerman, Marilyn Turner, Jack McCarthy, Jerry Hodak, Don Lark and Doris Biscoe. Former Action News Anchor Bill Bonds prepares to interview students at Harrison High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan. 1985 photo. By 1973, WXYZ's newscasts became the highest-rated in Detroit for the first time ever, a lead it would maintain for almost four decades. Its success was linked to the serious, controversial, opinionated hard delivery of lead anchor Bill Bonds. ABC tried to apply Bonds' success in Detroit at KABC-TV in Los Angeles in the late 1960s and again in 1975 at New York City's WABC-TV; in both cases, he was unsuccessful and soon returned to WXYZ. During the 1980s and 1990s, Bonds hosted the interview segment, Up Front, on WXYZ's 5 p.m. newscast. During the interviews, Bonds confronted the Detroit area's public officials and newsmakers with hard-hitting and sometimes controversial questions. Bonds' hard-edge style was widely known in Detroit for both captivating viewers while repulsing others, leading Bonds to become the station's icon and its main star. In Ron Powers' book, The Newscasters, Powers called Bonds "one of the six most influential news anchors in the country." However, Bonds had public battles with alcoholism which are credited with his dismissal from the station in 1995. Bonds anchored newscasts and a late night talk-show called Bonds Tonight at WJBK-TV shortly afterwards and later hosted a radio show at WXYT. Bonds returned to WXYZ-TV in 1999 to present editorials during the newscasts, but left the station after only a few months. WXYZ's ratings dominance was challenged by WDIV-TV in the 1980s, due in part to a change of ownership and culture at WDIV and viewers looking for an alternative to Bonds' hard-hitting style of news presentation. The two stations continue to battle for ratings to this day. In recent years, the station's news coverage received several journalism honors including two Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University awards,[12] and the George Foster Peabody Award. WXYZ's Action News was named the best television newscast in the U.S. by United Press International in 1989.[23] In the 1990s, WXYZ continued to expand its morning newscast, Action News This Morning to the eventual start time of 5 a.m. This newscast had originated in the form of short news updates that aired during Good Morning America. One of its longtime co-anchors was Erik Smith, who worked at Channel 7 off-and-on for over 40 years. During most of that time, Smith also reported on human-interest and entertainment stories. Smith also won acclaim for his award-winning series From the Heart which began in the late 1990s as a collection of heartwarming, historical and inspirational stories from around the Detroit area. Smith left the station in May 2010, due to a dispute with management, five days before his contract was set to expire. In 2001, WXYZ debuted a 7 p.m. newscast, a move that occurred after the September 11 attacks when the station chose to move ABC's World News Tonight ahead by 30 minutes to 6:30 p.m. The 7 p.m. newscast became a forum for interviewing guests and newsmakers on daily issues and became a ratings success in key demographics. The station also expanded its noon newscast to one hour. In 2002, WXYZ-TV entered into a news share agreement with Viacom, then-owner of WWJ-TV and UPN affiliate WKBD-TV to produce WKBD's 10 p.m. newscast; this resulted in WKBD shutting down its news department, while also effectively cancelling the newscast it produced for WWJ-TV. A handful of Viacom's Detroit employees were transferred to WXYZ. Viacom would also transfer the operations of its CBS News satellite news-gathering service CBS Newspath to offices at WXYZ's Broadcast House studios, since WXYZ would also be allowed to use the resources of CBS News. The newscast was canceled in late 2004 due to poor viewership (today, neither WKBD nor WWJ-TV airs any local news programming). Action News continued its success with longtime anchors Diana Lewis, Robbie Timmons, meteorologist Jerry Hodak, sportscaster Don Shane and up until October 9, 2006, anchor Frank Turner who became a successful replacement to Bill Bonds. Another addition to the news staff was anchor Stephen Clark, a former anchor at WCBS-TV in New York and CBS News correspondent. Chief meteorologist Jerry Hodak was the station's primary weathercaster for at least 26 of his more than 40 years in Detroit television. On July 28, 2010, Hodak announced his retirement from WXYZ-TV with his last broadcast occurring two months later on September 23. In 2006, WXYZ also boasted the most veteran general assignment reporters in Detroit television with Cheryl Chodun, Bill Proctor, Mary Conway and Val Clark, each of whom worked at least 20 years at the station. In the November 2006 ratings period, shortly after the switch to HD, all of WXYZ's newscasts placed first in their respective timeslots except at 11 p.m., which lagged behind WDIV.[24] From the November 2007 ratings period until before the May 2009 ratings period, WXYZ's newscasts were #1 in each of its respective timeslots.[25] However, it finished behind rival WDIV, which took first place in the evening and late news timeslots in the May 2009 sweeps period due largely to lower ratings of shows leading into WXYZ's news programs. Both WXYZ and WDIV have been among the country's strongest affiliates of their respective networks over the years although WDIV has taken over first place in all newscast time slots since late 2009.[citation needed] In very recent years, however, WXYZ and WJBK have been battling for second place in the 5 to 6:30 p.m. block behind WDIV.[citation needed] WXYZ-TV's investigative unit, the "7 Investigators", gained notoriety in 2002 with chief investigative reporter Steve Wilson and his stories of financial mismanagement at the Kmart Corporation,[26] an undercover investigation that exposed high-pressure sales tactics used by a well-known financial firm, and confrontations with elected officials in Detroit, especially Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. On August 7, 2008, Kilpatrick appeared in front of a judge in Wayne County Circuit Court. The hearing was called to discuss a potential violation of his bond in one of the two felony cases against him. The hearing was called after Wilson uncovered and revealed photos of the mayor in nearby Windsor, Ontario, Canada. A stipulation of the mayor's bond was that he was not to leave the country, and that he give the court 72 hours' notice if he planned to leave the state of Michigan for any reason. Mayor Kilpatrick was then ordered to spend the night in the Wayne County jail.[27] The current team of "7 Investigators" is made up of Heather Catallo, Ross Jones and Jim Kiertzner. On August 3, 2011, WXYZ unveiled a new news set during its noon newscast, a project which the station had been working on since June 2011. The new set features new high definition cameras and monitors and a redesigned weather center under the new forecast branding "7 First Alert Weather".[28] On October 3, 2012, Diana Lewis left WXYZ after working at the station for a total of 31 years (having joined the station in 1977, before leaving in 1984 and returning to channel 7 four years later). On January 26, 2014, WXYZ discontinued the Sunday Sports Update in favor of expanding its Sunday 11 p.m. newscast to one hour. In turn, one week later on February 2, the station launched a new Sunday morning sports program, the 7 Sports Cave.[29] On June 16, 2014, WXYZ-TV introduced a new 10 p.m. newscast for its new sister station, WMYD, under the name of 7 Action News at 10 on TV 20 Detroit. The newscast replaces WMYD's pre-recorded newscast produced by Indiana's NewsCenter in Fort Wayne, Indiana.[30] Months later, the station introduced two more hours of morning news on WMYD as well. On September 8, 2014, WXYZ-TV introduced a new 4 PM newscast called "The Now Detroit".[31] On February 23, 2015, WXYZ-TV expanded into Downtown Detroit with a new street-side studio inside the Chase Tower; this new studio serves as the location for "7 Action News at Noon" anchored by Joanne Purtan, and other WXYZ/WMYD programs. Notable current on-air staff[edit] Keenan Smith - meteorologist Brad Galli - sports reporter/anchor Notable former on-air staff[edit] Dennis Archer – public affairs show host (1973–1979, later Michigan Supreme Court Justice and mayor of Detroit) Bill Bonds – longtime lead anchor of Action News (1961–1968, 1971–1975 & 1976–1995) (deceased) Dave Diles – sports director, also worked with ABC (deceased) Rich Fisher – reporter and anchor (1979–1990) (deceased) Johnny Ginger – host of The Johnny Ginger Show Gordon Graham (later with CNN Headline News) Steve Handelsman – investigative reporter, fill-in anchor (1978–1984; now retired]]) Chris Hansen (later with WDIV-TV and NBC News)[32] Jerry Hodak – chief meteorologist (retired on September 23, 2010) Erik Smith - longtime anchor of Action News This Morning Robbie Timmons - (1982 - 2010) - longtime co-anchor of Action News at 5 (retired) Bill Proctor – longtime general assignment and investigative reporter (retired) Bill Ratner - one of his former voice-over clients (2000s-2011?) Soupy Sales – host of Lunch with Soupy and Soupy's On (deceased) Steve Wilson – chief investigative reporter

See also[edit] Metro Detroit portal Television in the United States portal Circle 7 logo Eyewitness News Action News Media in Detroit

References[edit] ^ "Modification of Construction Permit". FCC. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ [1][permanent dead link] "Capcities + ABC." Broadcasting, March 25, 1985, pp. 31–32[permanent dead link] ^ "FCC approval of CapCities/ABC deal likely." Broadcasting, March 25, 1985, pp. 33–34. [2][permanent dead link] [3][permanent dead link] ^ "Changing Hands." Broadcasting, June 18, 1984, pg. 68 ^ "ABC/CCC sells four TV's for $485 million; Detroit, Tampa to Scripps Howard." Broadcasting, July 29, 1985, pg. 30. [4][permanent dead link] ^ Stevenson, Richard W. "ABC, Capital Cities to sell stations." The New York Times, May 14, 1985. ^ "Approval sought for ABC merger." Associated Press, July 2, 1985. ^ Fabrikant, Geraldine. "TV station winners reported." The New York Times, July 26, 1985. ^ Sally Bedell Smith (June 8, 1985). "TV Notes; Cosby Weighs Stake in ABC Station". The New York Times. p. 46. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ Carter, Bill (May 24, 1994). "FOX WILL SIGN UP 12 NEW STATIONS; TAKES 8 FROM CBS". The New York Times. Retrieved October 22, 2012.  ^ Steve McClellan (June 6, 1994). "Counterstrike: CBS targets Scripps". Broadcasting & Cable. HighBeam Research. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ a b "WXYZ, Ch. 7, Detroit, MI". Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ RabbitEars TV Query for WXYZ ^ Phil Kurtz (June 3, 2010). "WDIV, WXYZ launch mobile DTV service in Detroit". Broadcast Engineering. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ [5] ^ Mobile DTV Station Guide Archived October 17, 2016, at the Wayback Machine. ^ WXYZ Detroit To Air Bounce TV, TVNewsCheck, July 12, 2012. ^ "DetroitNow: WXYZ7-DT – Channel 41". WXYZ-TV. September 29, 1998. Archived from the original on April 19, 2000. Retrieved February 27, 2012.  ^ "DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and Second Rounds" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-08-29. Retrieved 2012-03-24.  ^ "CDBS Print". [dead link] ^ Susman, Gary (June 11, 2004). "The Ban Show". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ "Detroit Lions and WXYZ partner for 2011 season". WXYZ. February 8, 2011. Archived from the original on July 18, 2011. Retrieved June 20, 2011.  ^ "WXYZ-TV wins six awards in 1989 UPI Michigan Broadcast competition". PR Newswire. February 8, 1990. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ "WXYZ-TV/Channel 7 Wins November Sweeps" (Press release). WXYZ-TV/Channel 7. November 30, 2006. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ "WXYZ-TV/Channel 7 Sweeps To Victory in November Ratings" (Press release). WXYZ-TV/Channel 7. November 29, 2007. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ "Federal Investigators Probing Kmart's Finances". Good Morning America. August 21, 2002. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ "Kilpatrick trip to Windsor may be last for a while". The Windsor Star. August 6, 2008. Retrieved 2011-06-20.  ^ "Behind the scenes slideshow: A new look for Action News". WXYZ-TV. E.W. Scripps Company. August 3, 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-03.  ^ "WXYZ launches new Sunday morning show, 7 Sports Cave".  ^ "Introducing 7 Action News at 10 on TV20 Detroit". WXYZ website for WMYD. June 13, 2014. Retrieved June 14, 2014.  ^ “The NOW Detroit” premieres on WXYZ September 8 - Scripps News Online ^ "Chris Hansen Biography". NBC News. July 11, 2012. Retrieved September 26, 2013.  Equity Media Holdings Corporation – RTN to Launch in Detroit Kiska, Tim (2005). From Soupy to Nuts!. ISBN 978-1-879094-70-3.  Osgood, Dick. W*Y*X*I*E* Wonderland: An Unauthorized 50-Year Diary of WXYZ Detroit. Bowling Green University Press.  Kelly, John (1986). Good morning Detroit: The Kelly & Co. story. Contemporary Books. ISBN 0-8092-5093-4.  Powers, Ron. The Newscasters: The News Business As Show Business. St. Martins Press. ISBN 0-312-57208-5. 

External links[edit] Official website Official website – Bounce TV Detroit Photos of WXYZ's news set Query the FCC's TV station database for WXYZ-TV Query TV Fool's coverage map for WXYZ BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on WXYZ-TV Program Information for WXYZ at v t e Broadcast television in Metro Detroit and Windsor, Ontario area Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television (All stations are digital, except when noted.) American network O&Os are in bold Metro Detroit and Southeast Michigan Local Stations WJBK 2 (.1 Fox, .2 Movies!, .3 Buzzr, .4 H&I) WDIV-TV 4 (.1 NBC, .2 This, .3 MeTV) WXYZ-TV 7 (7.1 ABC, .2 Bounce, .3 Laff) WHNE-LD 14 (.2 Retro TV, .3 The Bob, .4 HSN2, .5 SBN, .6 Rev'n, .7 Tuff TV) WUDL-LD 19 (.1 Infomercials, .3 LC, .4 EVINE, .5 QVC East, .6 QVC West, 19.7 Comet) WMYD 20 (.1 MyNet, .2 Ant TV, .3 Escape) WPXD-TV 31 (.1 Ion, .2 qubo, .3 Ion Life, .4 Ion Shop, .5 QVC, .6 HSN) W33BY-D 33 (.1 IND, .2 WHPR-FM, .3 WVIE, .4 Dream) WADL 38 (.1 Ind/Newsmax, .2 Grit, .3 GetTV, .4 Cozi, .6 Justice, .7 WFDF) WKBD-TV (50.1 CW) WTVS 56 (.1 PBS, .2 PBS Kids, .3 Create, .4 World) WWJ-TV 62 (.1 CBS, .2 Decades) Religious stations WHNE-LD (14.1 Light TV, 14.5 SonLife) WDWO-CD 18 (.1 TCT SD, .2 TCT HD) WUDL-LD (19.2 SonLife) WUDT-CD (23.1 Daystar) WADL (38.5 WORD) WLPC-LD 40 (.1 Impact, .2 blank) Cable-only stations Fox Sports Detroit Comcast Television CTND (CatholicTV) Michigan Channel (PBS, U of M) WOLV (U of M Student TV) Southwestern Ontario (Essex/Kent/Lambton Counties) Local Stations CBET-DT (9.1 CBC) CHWI-DT (16.1 CTV Two) CIII-DT-22 (22.1 Global) CHWI-DT-60 (26.1 CTV Two) CIII-DT-29 (29.1 Global) CICO-DT-32 (32.1 TVO) CICO-DT-59 (33.1 TVO) CFTV-DT 34 (.1 IND/Community, .2 French/Spanish Comm. .3 First Nation Comm., .4 Town Council) CKCO-TV-3 42 Analog (CTV) CHCH-DT-2 (51.1 IND) Cable-only stations CBLFT-DT (Ici Radio-Canada) (in French) Leafs TV Sportsnet Ontario TFO OLA CogecoTV Windsor (Windsor and Leamington) CogecoTV (Chatham and Sarnia) Defunct channels WPAG-TV 20 WJMY-TV 20 W48AV 48 (ION) W48AV-D 48.1 (UHF 23) (Daystar) WHDA-LP 27 (TCT) CBEFT 35 (Radio-Canada (in French)) W67AJ 67 (CBS) PASS Comcast Local MGTV Michigan broadcast television areas by city Alpena Detroit Duluth, MN Flint–Saginaw–Bay City Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo Green Bay, WI Lansing/Jackson Marquette Northern Michigan South Bend, IN Toledo, OH See also List of Ontario stations Ontario TV Media in Detroit Media in Windsor, Ontario v t e ABC Network Affiliates in the state of Michigan WXYZ 7 (Detroit) WBUP 10 (Marquette) WBKB-DT 11.3 (Alpena) WJRT 12 (Flint) WZZM 13 (Grand Rapids) WGTU 29/WPBN-DT 7.21 (Traverse City) WGTQ 8/WTOM-DT 4.21 (Sault Ste. Marie/Cheboygan) WOTV 41 (Battle Creek) WLAJ 53 (Lansing) 1 WGTU's signal is rebroadcast on WGTQ; WPBN's signal is rebroadcast on WTOM; both WPBN and WTOM carry WGTU's programming on a digital subchannel. See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in Michigan v t e E. W. Scripps Company Radio stations AM KFAQ KFFN KFTI KSGF KXSP WTMJ FM KBEZ KEZO-FM KFDI-FM KFXJ KHTT KICT-FM KJOT KKCD KMXZ-FM KQCH KQTH KQXR KRVB KRVI KSGF-FM KSPW KSRZ KTGV KTHI KTTS-FM KVOO-FM KXBL KYQQ WCYQ WKHT WKTI WNOX WWST Television ABC stations KERO KGTV KGUN KIVI / KSAW KMGH KNXV KTNV WCPO WEWS WFTS WKBW WMAR WRTV WXYZ Azteca stations KZCO-LD / KZCS-LP / KZFC-LP KZKC-LP Fox stations KNIN 1 WFLX 1 WFTX WSYMMNT NBC stations KJRH KSHB WGBA WPTV WTMJ Other stations CBS KMTV WTVF The CW KWBA-TV Independent KMCI MeTV KZSD-LP MyNetworkTV WACY WMYD Programming and subchannel networks RightThisMinute Katz Broadcasting Bounce TV Escape Grit Laff Digital Midroll Media Earwolf Stitcher Radio Newsy Acquisitions Journal Communications McGraw-Hill People Edward W. Estlow Jack R. Howard Ted Knap Jim G. Lucas Ernie Pyle Al Schottelkotte Charles Scripps E. W. Scripps Related National Journalism Awards National Spelling Bee Scripps Howard Foundation Scripps Networks Interactive United Media Zacchini v. Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Co. 1 Scripps operates these stations under a shared services agreement with Raycom Media. v t e Detroit Lions Founded in 1930 Formerly the Portsmouth Spartans (1930–33) Based in Detroit, Michigan Headquartered in Allen Park, Michigan Franchise Franchise Team history Seasons Players First-round draft picks Starting quarterbacks Coaches Stadiums Universal Stadium University of Detroit Stadium Tiger Stadium Pontiac Silverdome Ford Field Culture NFL on Thanksgiving Day Paper Lion (film) "What's Going On" (Marvin Gaye song) Beverly Hills Cop Home Improvement Cheerleaders Lore 1932 Playoff Game Curse of Bobby Layne Mike Utley gives a thumbs up Marty Mornhinweg takes the wind "Fire Millen" 0–16 "Calvin Johnson rule" Miracle in Motown Rivalries Chicago Bears Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings Notable people William Clay & Martha Firestone Ford Barry Sanders Bobby Layne Glenn Presnell Calvin Johnson Wayne Fontes Division championships (4) 1935 1983 1991 1993 Conference championships (4) 1952 1953 1954 1957 League championships (4) 1935 1952 1953 1957 Media Broadcasters Radio: Radio network Dan Miller Jim Brandstatter Tony Ortiz WJR TV: Television network Matt Shepard Chris Spielman Jennifer Hammond WJBK Fox Sports Detroit Current league affiliations League: National Football League Conference: National Football Conference Division: North Division Seasons (89) 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Championship seasons in bold Retrieved from "" Categories: ABC network affiliatesTelevision stations in DetroitBounce TV affiliatesLaff affiliatesE.W. Scripps television stationsTelevision channels and stations established in 1948Southfield, MichiganATSC-M/H stationsDetroit Lions broadcastersHidden categories: All articles with dead external linksArticles with dead external links from November 2016Articles with permanently dead external linksArticles with dead external links from September 2017Webarchive template wayback linksArticles with dead external links from June 2011Use mdy dates from December 2014Use mdy dates from March 2017Pages using deprecated image syntaxCoordinates on WikidataAll articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from April 2011Articles with unsourced statements from March 2012Official website different in Wikidata and WikipediaArticles with French-language external links

Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces ArticleTalk Variants Views ReadEditView history More Search Navigation Main pageContentsFeatured contentCurrent eventsRandom articleDonate to WikipediaWikipedia store Interaction HelpAbout WikipediaCommunity portalRecent changesContact page Tools What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationWikidata itemCite this page Print/export Create a bookDownload as PDFPrintable version Languages Français한국어 Edit links This page was last edited on 13 February 2018, at 14:22. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Privacy policy About Wikipedia Disclaimers Contact Wikipedia Developers Cookie statement Mobile view (window.RLQ=window.RLQ||[]).push(function(){mw.config.set({"wgPageParseReport":{"limitreport":{"cputime":"0.556","walltime":"0.702","ppvisitednodes":{"value":4598,"limit":1000000},"ppgeneratednodes":{"value":0,"limit":1500000},"postexpandincludesize":{"value":194040,"limit":2097152},"templateargumentsize":{"value":12577,"limit":2097152},"expansiondepth":{"value":17,"limit":40},"expensivefunctioncount":{"value":16,"limit":500},"entityaccesscount":{"value":1,"limit":400},"timingprofile":["100.00% 574.884 1 -total"," 26.82% 154.193 1 Template:Reflist"," 25.18% 144.782 8 Template:Navbox"," 22.06% 126.841 1 Template:Infobox_broadcast"," 20.98% 120.633 1 Template:Infobox"," 14.46% 83.130 1 Template:Detroit_Lions"," 11.51% 66.174 9 Template:Fix"," 10.69% 61.429 10 Template:Cite_web"," 9.51% 54.679 3 Template:Citation_needed"," 8.03% 46.138 19 Template:Category_handler"]},"scribunto":{"limitreport-timeusage":{"value":"0.241","limit":"10.000"},"limitreport-memusage":{"value":10120023,"limit":52428800}},"cachereport":{"origin":"mw1329","timestamp":"20180218233049","ttl":86400,"transientcontent":true}}});});(window.RLQ=window.RLQ||[]).push(function(){mw.config.set({"wgBackendResponseTime":85,"wgHostname":"mw1326"});});

WXYZ-TV - Photos and All Basic Informations

WXYZ-TV More Links

Wikipedia:Templates For Discussion/Log/2018 February 18WXYZ (disambiguation)W6XYZDetroitUnited StatesAction NewsBounce TVLaff (TV Network)Channel (broadcasting)Digital Terrestrial TelevisionUltra High FrequencyVirtual ChannelProgram And System Information ProtocolNetwork AffiliateAmerican Broadcasting CompanyBounce TVLaff (TV Network)E. W. Scripps CompanyLimited Liability CompanyCall SignWXYT (AM)Sister StationWMYDVery High FrequencyNetwork AffiliateRetro Television NetworkLive Well NetworkEffective Radiated PowerKilowattConstruction PermitHeight Above Average TerrainFacility IDGeographic Coordinate SystemFederal Communications CommissionVirtual ChannelUltra High FrequencyDigital Terrestrial TelevisionAmerican Broadcasting CompanyNetwork AffiliateTelevision StationCity Of LicenseDetroitMichiganUnited StatesE. W. Scripps CompanyDuopoly (broadcasting)MyNetworkTVWMYDSouthfield, MichiganCable TelevisionStandard-definition TelevisionXfinityJewelry TelevisionOakland County, MichiganAT&T U-verseCogecoWindsor, OntarioHigh-definition TelevisionEnlargeWDIV-TVOwned-and-operated StationWABC-TVWLS-TVKGO-TVKABC-TVThe Lone RangerThe Green HornetMaccabees BuildingWoodward AvenueDetroit Institute Of ArtsABC RecordsAction NewsBill BondsShaw Broadcast ServicesSeattleKOMO-TVPacific Time ZoneCapital Cities CommunicationsWJRWDVDFederal Communications CommissionWRIFWXYT (AM)Tampa, FloridaWFTS-TVE. W. Scripps CompanyConcentration Of Media OwnershipPhiladelphiaWPVI-TVBill CosbyABC News (United States)Circle 7 LogoHGTVRetransmission ConsentMust CarryTown Hall MeetingPresident Of The United StatesBill Clinton1994 United States Broadcast TV RealignmentCBSWJBKFox Broadcasting CompanyLilly BroadcastingToledo, OhioOhioWTVGFlint, MichiganWJRT-TVWTSPWKRC-TVKTVKWJZ-TVWFTS-TVWCPO-TVKNXV-TVWMAR-TVIndependent Station (North America)WWJ-TVWKBD-TVNew World PicturesWMYDWADL-TVNational Academy Of Television Arts And SciencesSociety Of Saint Vincent De PaulImmunizationHigh-definition TelevisionMultiplex (TV)Digital SubchannelDisplay ResolutionAspect Ratio (image)Program And System Information Protocol720p16:9480i4:3Bounce TVLaff (TV Network)Weather RadarThe Local AccuWeather ChannelNBC Weather PlusMobile TelevisionLive Well NetworkMobile DTVBounce TVVery High FrequencyDigital Television Transition In The United StatesUHFProgram And System Information ProtocolVirtual ChannelSoutheast MichiganSouthwestern OntarioNorthwestern OhioSyndication ExclusivityBlackout (broadcasting)Simultaneous SubstitutionGrand Marais, MichiganWikipedia:Citation NeededShaw DirectWindsor, OntarioLondon, OntarioSault Ste. Marie, OntarioGreater SudburyThunder Bay, OntarioOntarioSaint John, New BrunswickNew BrunswickManitobaShaw CommunicationsSteinbach, ManitobaWinnipegWDAZ-TVGrand Forks, North DakotaNorth DakotaNational Capital Region (Canada)Cable AtlanticRogers CableNewfoundland And LabradorSt. John's, Newfoundland And LabradorBostonWCVB-TVHolly, MichiganOakland County, MichiganFlint, MichiganWJRT-TVSaginaw, Midland, And Bay City Metropolitan AreaWCMZ-TVBroadcast SyndicationThe Dr. Oz ShowThe Doctors (2008 TV Series)Right This MinuteCastle (TV Series)Live With Kelly And RyanSoupy SalesStage NameWestern (genre)ClownMagic (illusion)Johnny GingerDetroit Institute Of ArtsMartha StewartFeature FilmChuck BerryLouis ArmstrongDennis WholeyWTVSPBS Late NightPublic Affairs (broadcasting)Thanksgiving (United States)Woodward Dream CruiseDetroit Red WingsStanley Cup2008 Stanley Cup FinalDetroit PistonsNational Basketball Association2004 NBA FinalsChristmasRochester, MichiganLiteracyLearn To ReadAudio-lingual MethodKentucky Educational TelevisionJimmy KimmelNBA On ABCJimmy Kimmel Live!Los Angeles Lakers2011 Detroit Lions SeasonFlagship (broadcasting)Detroit Lions Television Network2015 Detroit Lions SeasonOwned-and-operated StationAmerican Broadcasting CompanyDetroit 1-8-7Home Improvement (TV Series)Tim AllenThe Electric Company (1971 TV Series)Jim Boyd (actor)Spider-ManFord Motor CompanyNational Football LeagueBill BondsDetroit 1967 Race RiotEyewitness NewsCool Hand LukeWABC-TVWLS-TVKABC-TVKGO-TVAction NewsNews DirectorJerry HodakEnlargeBill BondsFarmington Hills, MichiganKABC-TVWABC-TVDuPont-Columbia AwardPeabody AwardUnited Press InternationalBreakfast TelevisionGood Morning AmericaSeptember 11 AttacksABC World NewsDemographicsViacom (original)UPNCBS NewsCBS NewspathJerry HodakWCBS-TVCBS NewsJerry HodakWikipedia:Citation NeededWikipedia:Citation NeededSteve Wilson (broadcaster)KmartKwame KilpatrickWindsor, OntarioWMYDFort Wayne, IndianaKeenan SmithBrad GalliDennis ArcherMichigan Supreme CourtBill BondsDave DilesAmerican Broadcasting CompanyJohnny GingerGordon Graham (journalist)HLN (TV Channel)Steve HandelsmanChris HansenWDIV-TVNBC NewsJerry HodakRobbie TimmonsBill ProctorBill RatnerSoupy SalesSteve Wilson (reporter)Portal:Metro DetroitPortal:Television In The United StatesCircle 7 LogoEyewitness NewsAction NewsMedia In DetroitWikipedia:Link RotWikipedia:Link RotWikipedia:Link RotWikipedia:Link RotWikipedia:Link RotAssociated PressWayback MachineWikipedia:Link RotEntertainment WeeklyNBC NewsInternational Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/978-1-879094-70-3International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-8092-5093-4International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/0-312-57208-5Template:Detroit TVTemplate Talk:Detroit TVTerrestrial TelevisionMetro DetroitWindsor, OntarioCable TelevisionDigital TelevisionOwned-and-operated Television Stations In The United StatesMetro DetroitSoutheast MichiganWJBKFox Broadcasting CompanyMovies!BuzzrHeroes & IconsWDIV-TVNBCThis TVMeTVAmerican Broadcasting CompanyBounce TVLaff (TV Network)WHNE-LDRetro Television NetworkInfomercialsHome Shopping NetworkSonLifeRev'nTuff TVWUDL-LDInfomercialsLiquidation ChannelEVINE LiveQVCQVCComet (TV Network)WMYDMyNetworkTVAntenna TVEscape (TV Network)WPXD-TVIon TelevisionQuboIon LifeIon ShopQVCHome Shopping NetworkW33BY-DIndependent Station (North America)WHPR-FMWVIE (FM)WADL (TV)Independent Station (North America)Newsmax TVGrit (TV Network)GetTVCozi TVJustice NetworkWFDF (AM)WKBD-TVThe CWWTVSPBSPBS KidsCreate (TV Network)World (TV Channel)WWJ-TVCBSDecades (TV Network)Religious BroadcastingWHNE-LDLight TVJimmy SwaggartWDWO-CDTri-State Christian TelevisionWUDL-LDWUDT-CDDaystar (TV Network)WADL (TV)The Word NetworkWLPC-CDCable TelevisionFox Sports DetroitComcast TelevisionRoman Catholic Archdiocese Of DetroitCatholicTVMichigan ChannelPBSUniversity Of MichiganWOLV (TV)University Of MichiganSouthwestern OntarioEssex County, OntarioChatham-KentLambton CountyCBET-DTCBC TelevisionCHWI-DTCTV TwoCIII-DTGlobal Television NetworkCHWI-DTCTV TwoCIII-DTGlobal Television NetworkTVOntarioTVOntarioTVOntarioTVOntarioCFTV-DTCommunity Channel (Canada)French LanguageSpanish LanguageCommunity Channel (Canada)Caldwell First NationCommunity Channel (Canada)Local NewsCKCO-DTAnalog TelevisionCTV Television NetworkCHCH-DTCable TelevisionCBLFT-DTIci Radio-Canada TéléLeafs TVSportsnet OntarioTFOOntario Parliament NetworkCogecoTV WindsorCogecoTVDark (broadcasting)WPAG-TVWJMY-TVWPXD-TVWUDT-LDWDWO-CDCBEFTIci Radio-Canada TéléWLNS-TVPro-Am Sports SystemComcast TelevisionMichigan Government TelevisionMichiganTerrestrial TelevisionTemplate:Alpena TVTemplate:Detroit TVTemplate:Duluth TVTemplate:Flint-Saginaw-Bay City TVTemplate:Grand Rapids TVTemplate:Green Bay TVTemplate:Lansing TVTemplate:Marquette TVTemplate:Northern Michigan TVTemplate:South Bend TVTemplate:Toledo TVList Of Television Stations In OntarioTemplate:Ontario TVMedia In DetroitMedia In Windsor, OntarioTemplate:ABC MichiganTemplate Talk:ABC MichiganAmerican Broadcasting CompanyMichiganTemplate:Detroit TVWBKPTemplate:Marquette TVWBKB-TVTemplate:Alpena TVWJRT-TVTemplate:Flint-Saginaw-Bay City TVWZZMTemplate:Grand Rapids TVWGTUWPBN-TVTemplate:Northern Michigan TVWGTUWPBN-TVTemplate:Northern Michigan TVWOTVTemplate:Grand Rapids TVWLAJTemplate:Lansing TVTemplate:ABC MichiganTemplate:CBS MichiganTemplate:CW MichiganTemplate:Fox MichiganTemplate:ION MichiganTemplate:MNTV MichiganTemplate:NBC MichiganTemplate:PBS MichiganTemplate:Other Michigan StationsTemplate:EWS CORPTemplate Talk:EWS CORPE. W. Scripps CompanyAM BroadcastingKFAQKFFNKFTIKSGF (AM)KXSPWTMJ (AM)FM BroadcastingKBEZKEZO-FMKFDI-FMKFXJKHTTKICT-FMKJOTKKCDKMXZ-FMKQCHKQTHKQXRKRVBKRVIKSGF-FMKSPWKSRZKTGVKTHIKTTS-FMKVOO-FMKXBLKYQQWCYQWKHTWKTIWNOXWWSTAmerican Broadcasting CompanyKERO-TVKGTVKGUN-TVKIVI-TVKSAW-LDKMGH-TVKNXV-TVKTNV-TVWCPO-TVWEWS-TVWFTS-TVWKBW-TVWMAR-TVWRTVAzteca (TV Network)KZCO-LDKZKC-LPFox Broadcasting CompanyKNIN-TVWFLXWFTX-TVWSYM-TVMyNetworkTVNBCKJRH-TVKSHB-TVWGBA-TVWPTV-TVWTMJ-TVCBSKMTV-TVWTVFThe CWKWBA-TVIndependent Station (North America)KMCI-TVMeTVKZSD-LPMyNetworkTVWACY-TVWMYDDigital SubchannelRight This MinuteKatz BroadcastingBounce TVEscape (TV Network)Grit (TV Network)Laff (TV Network)Cracked.comEarwolfStitcher RadioNewsyJournal Media GroupS&P GlobalEdward W. EstlowJack R. HowardTed KnapJim G. LucasErnie PyleAl SchottelkotteCharles ScrippsE. W. ScrippsNational Journalism AwardsScripps National Spelling BeeScripps Howard FoundationScripps Networks InteractiveUnited MediaZacchini V. Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Co.Local Marketing AgreementRaycom MediaTemplate:Detroit LionsTemplate Talk:Detroit LionsDetroit LionsHistory Of The Portsmouth SpartansDetroitAllen Park, MichiganDetroit LionsHistory Of The Detroit LionsList Of Detroit Lions SeasonsList Of Detroit Lions PlayersList Of Detroit Lions First-round Draft PicksList Of Detroit Lions Starting QuarterbacksList Of Detroit Lions Head CoachesSpartan Municipal StadiumUniversity Of Detroit StadiumTiger Stadium (Detroit)Pontiac SilverdomeFord FieldNFL On Thanksgiving DayPaper LionPaper Lion (film)What's Going On (Marvin Gaye Song)Beverly Hills CopHome Improvement (TV Series)Detroit Lions Cheerleaders1932 NFL Playoff GameBobby Layne1991 Detroit Lions SeasonMarty MornhinwegMatt Millen2008 Detroit Lions Season2010 Detroit Lions SeasonMiracle In MotownBears–Lions RivalryLions–Packers RivalryLions–Vikings RivalryWilliam Clay Ford Sr.Martha Firestone FordBarry SandersBobby LayneGlenn PresnellCalvin JohnsonWayne Fontes1935 Detroit Lions Season1983 Detroit Lions Season1991 Detroit Lions Season1993 Detroit Lions Season1952 NFL Season1953 NFL Season1954 NFL Season1957 NFL Season1935 NFL Championship Game1952 NFL Championship Game1953 NFL Championship Game1957 NFL Championship GameList Of Detroit Lions BroadcastersDetroit Lions Radio NetworkDan Miller (sportscaster)Jim BrandstatterTony OrtizWJRDetroit Lions Television NetworkMatt Shepard (sportscaster)Chris SpielmanWJBKFox Sports DetroitNational Football LeagueNational Football ConferenceNFC NorthList Of Detroit Lions Seasons1930 Portsmouth Spartans Season1931 Portsmouth Spartans Season1932 Portsmouth Spartans Season1933 Portsmouth Spartans Season1934 Detroit Lions Season1935 Detroit Lions Season1936 Detroit Lions Season1937 Detroit Lions Season1938 Detroit Lions Season1939 Detroit Lions Season1940 Detroit Lions Season1941 Detroit Lions Season1942 Detroit Lions Season1943 Detroit Lions Season1944 Detroit Lions Season1945 Detroit Lions Season1946 Detroit Lions Season1947 Detroit Lions Season1948 Detroit Lions Season1949 Detroit Lions Season1950 Detroit Lions Season1951 Detroit Lions Season1952 Detroit Lions Season1953 Detroit Lions Season1954 Detroit Lions Season1955 Detroit Lions Season1956 Detroit Lions Season1957 Detroit Lions Season1958 Detroit Lions Season1959 Detroit Lions Season1960 Detroit Lions Season1961 Detroit Lions Season1962 Detroit Lions Season1963 Detroit Lions Season1964 Detroit Lions Season1965 Detroit Lions Season1966 Detroit Lions Season1967 Detroit Lions Season1968 Detroit Lions Season1969 Detroit Lions Season1970 Detroit Lions Season1971 Detroit Lions Season1972 Detroit Lions Season1973 Detroit Lions Season1974 Detroit Lions Season1975 Detroit Lions Season1976 Detroit Lions Season1977 Detroit Lions Season1978 Detroit Lions Season1979 Detroit Lions Season1980 Detroit Lions Season1981 Detroit Lions Season1982 Detroit Lions Season1983 Detroit Lions Season1984 Detroit Lions Season1985 Detroit Lions Season1986 Detroit Lions Season1987 Detroit Lions Season1988 Detroit Lions Season1989 Detroit Lions Season1990 Detroit Lions Season1991 Detroit Lions Season1992 Detroit Lions Season1993 Detroit Lions Season1994 Detroit Lions Season1995 Detroit Lions Season1996 Detroit Lions Season1997 Detroit Lions Season1998 Detroit Lions Season1999 Detroit Lions Season2000 Detroit Lions Season2001 Detroit Lions Season2002 Detroit Lions Season2003 Detroit Lions Season2004 Detroit Lions Season2005 Detroit Lions Season2006 Detroit Lions Season2007 Detroit Lions Season2008 Detroit Lions Season2009 Detroit Lions Season2010 Detroit Lions Season2011 Detroit Lions Season2012 Detroit Lions Season2013 Detroit Lions Season2014 Detroit Lions Season2015 Detroit Lions Season2016 Detroit Lions Season2017 Detroit Lions Season2018 Detroit Lions SeasonHelp:CategoryCategory:ABC Network AffiliatesCategory:Television Stations In DetroitCategory:Bounce TV AffiliatesCategory:Laff AffiliatesCategory:E.W. Scripps Television StationsCategory:Television Channels And Stations Established In 1948Category:Southfield, MichiganCategory:ATSC-M/H StationsCategory:Detroit Lions BroadcastersCategory:All Articles With Dead External LinksCategory:Articles With Dead External Links From November 2016Category:Articles With Permanently Dead External LinksCategory:Articles With Dead External Links From September 2017Category:Webarchive Template Wayback LinksCategory:Articles With Dead External Links From June 2011Category:Use Mdy Dates From December 2014Category:Use Mdy Dates From March 2017Category:Pages Using Deprecated Image SyntaxCategory:Coordinates On WikidataCategory:All Articles With Unsourced StatementsCategory:Articles With Unsourced Statements From April 2011Category:Articles With Unsourced Statements From March 2012Category:Official Website Different In Wikidata And WikipediaCategory:Articles With French-language External LinksDiscussion About Edits From This IP Address [n]A List Of Edits Made From This IP Address [y]View The Content Page [c]Discussion About The Content Page [t]Edit This Page [e]Visit The Main Page [z]Guides To Browsing WikipediaFeatured Content – The Best Of WikipediaFind Background Information On Current EventsLoad A Random Article [x]Guidance On How To Use And Edit WikipediaFind Out About WikipediaAbout The Project, What You Can Do, Where To Find ThingsA List Of Recent Changes In The Wiki [r]List Of All English Wikipedia Pages Containing Links To This Page [j]Recent Changes In Pages Linked From This Page [k]Upload Files [u]A List Of All Special Pages [q]Wikipedia:AboutWikipedia:General Disclaimer

view link view link view link view link view link