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Network affiliates

By TIMES STAFF WRITER
Published September 10, 2006


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Network affiliates
Here are the Tampa Bay area affiliate stations for the national networks:
Sunday schedule
A look at Sunday night TV.
Monday schedule
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Here are the Tampa Bay area affiliate stations for the national networks:

ABC: WFTS-Ch. 28

CBS: WTSP-Ch. 10

NBC: WFLA-Ch. 8

FOX: WTVT-Ch. 13

The CW: WTOG-Ch. 44

MyNetworkTV: WTTA-Ch. 38

 

[Last modified September 7, 2006, 13:18:00]


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