Ohio Full Power Broadcast TV Stations

Congressional District Pushpins (for Congressional District boundaries, see this map)

 Nielsen DMA–Select–#18: Cleveland-Akron#32: Columbus, OH#35: Cincinnati#63: Dayton#65: Charleston-Huntington#74: Toledo#110: Youngstown#158: Wheeling-Steubenville#201: Lima#203: Zanesville     AKALARAZCACOCTDCDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPARISCSDTNTXUTVAVTWAWIWVWYBy city; links are to Wikipedia       Akron – WBNX-TVCincinnati – WLWTDayton – WHIO-TVShaker Heights – WOIOAkron – WEAOCincinnati – WSTR-TVDayton – WKEFSpringfield – WBDTAkron – WVPX-TVCleveland – WEWS-TVDayton – WPTDSteubenville – WTOV-TVAlliance – WNEOCleveland – WJWDayton – WRGT-TVToledo – WGTE-TVAthens – WOUB-TVCleveland – WKYCLima – WLIOToledo – WLMBBowling Green – WBGU-TVCleveland – WQHS-DTLima – WTLWToledo – WNWO-TVCambridge – WOUC-TVCleveland – WVIZLorain – WUABToledo – WTOLCanton – WDLI-TVColumbus – WBNS-TVMansfield – WMFD-TVToledo – WTVGCanton – WRLMColumbus – WCMH-TVNewark – WSFJ-TVToledo – WUPWChillicothe – WWHOColumbus – WOSU-TVOxford – WPTOYoungstown – WFMJ-TVCincinnati – WCETColumbus – WSYXPortsmouth – WPBOYoungstown – WKBN-TVCincinnati – WCPO-TVColumbus – WTTEPortsmouth – WQCWYoungstown – WYTVCincinnati – WKRC-TVDayton – WDTNSandusky – WGGN-TVZanesville – WHIZ-TV
Nielsen Designated Market Areas Blue-shading Blue shadingNielsen DMAs 1 through 50Red-shading Red shadingNielsen DMAs 51 through 210White-pushpin Pushpins2012 Congressional Districts  Broadcast TV Stations White blank markerWhite blank balloonsIndependent (no network affiliations)  TargetBlue markersNon-Faith-based networks A = ABC B = CV Network C = CBS D = Me-TV E = Estrella TV F = Fox G = Mega TV H = mHz WorldView I = This TV J = Jewelry Television K = TeleFutura L = LATV M = MyNetworkTV N = NBC O = ION P = PBS Q = VassalloVision R = teleSUR S = ShopNBC T = Telemundo U = Unision V = V-me W = The CW X = RTV Y = My Family TV Z = Azteca America 1 = America One 2 = multiple network affiliations 3 = Tr3Sred balloon, ARed markersFaith-based networks A = Three Angels Broadcasting C= Christian Television Network D = Daystar E = Golden Eagle Broadcasting F = FamilyNet G = God’s Learning Channel L = LaSea O = Cornerstone Television S = Tri-State Christian Television T = Trinity Broadcasting Network V = Victory Television Network W = World Harvest Television Y = Legacy Television This data is from a variety of sources. Unless supplied by the providers themselves,
the network and other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.
 Broadcast TV sources: FCC TV Query Database (retrieved 2/17/12);  FCC: All Full-Power Television Stations By DMA (pdf}, A.C. Nielsen 2011-2012 Ranked Demographic Market Areas (pdf); Wikipedia List of Television Stations:  by Stateby Call signWikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV NetworksTV Fool Coverage Map Online Browser“Public Interest Obligations,” Media Policy Initiative, New America Foundation.  
113th Congress sources: New Congressional Districts maps compiled from state government sources listed here.  Election information from Ballotpedia “State Legislative & Congressional Redistricting after the 2010 Census” Wikipedia “United States House of Representatives elections, 2012”. Please send any corrections or additions to (info at CommunityMediaDatabase org). 

 

Oklahoma Full Power Broadcast TV Stations

Congressional District Pushpins (for Congressional District boundaries, see this map)

 Nielsen DMA–Select–#44: Oklahoma City#59: Tulsa#142: Wichita Falls-Lawton#161: Sherman-Ada     AKALARAZCACOCTDCDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPARISCSDTNTXUTVAVTWAWIWVWYBy city; links are to Wikipedia       Ada – KTENOklahoma City – KAUT-TVOklahoma City – KTBO-TVTulsa – KOKI-TVBartlesville – KDOR-TVOklahoma City – KETA-TVOklahoma City – KWTV-DTTulsa – KOTV-DTCheyenne – KWETOklahoma City – KFOR-TVOkmulgee – KTPX-TVTulsa – KTULClaremore – KRSC-TVOklahoma City – KOCBShawnee – KTUZ-TVTulsa – KWHBEufaula – KOETOklahoma City – KOCO-TVTulsa – KGEBWoodward – KUOKLawton – KSWO-TVOklahoma City – KOKH-TVTulsa – KJRH-TV Muskogee – KQCW-DTOklahoma City – KOPX-TVTulsa – KMYT-TV Norman – KOCMOklahoma City – KSBITulsa – KOED-TV 
Nielsen Designated Market Areas Blue-shading Blue shadingNielsen DMAs 1 through 50Red-shading Red shadingNielsen DMAs 51 through 210White-pushpin Pushpins2012 Congressional Districts  Broadcast TV Stations White blank markerWhite blank balloonsIndependent (no network affiliations)  TargetBlue markersNon-Faith-based networks A = ABC B = CV Network C = CBS D = Me-TV E = Estrella TV F = Fox G = Mega TV H = mHz WorldView I = This TV J = Jewelry Television K = TeleFutura L = LATV M = MyNetworkTV N = NBC O = ION P = PBS Q = VassalloVision R = teleSUR S = ShopNBC T = Telemundo U = Unision V = V-me W = The CW X = RTV Y = My Family TV Z = Azteca America 1 = America One 2 = multiple network affiliations 3 = Tr3Sred balloon, ARed markersFaith-based networks A = Three Angels Broadcasting C= Christian Television Network D = Daystar E = Golden Eagle Broadcasting F = FamilyNet G = God’s Learning Channel L = LaSea O = Cornerstone Television S = Tri-State Christian Television T = Trinity Broadcasting Network V = Victory Television Network W = World Harvest Television Y = Legacy Television This data is from a variety of sources. Unless supplied by the providers themselves,
the network and other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.
 Broadcast TV sources: FCC TV Query Database (retrieved 2/17/12);  FCC: All Full-Power Television Stations By DMA (pdf}, A.C. Nielsen 2011-2012 Ranked Demographic Market Areas (pdf); Wikipedia List of Television Stations:  by Stateby Call signWikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV NetworksTV Fool Coverage Map Online Browser“Public Interest Obligations,” Media Policy Initiative, New America Foundation.  
113th Congress sources: New Congressional Districts maps compiled from state government sources listed here.  Election information from Ballotpedia “State Legislative & Congressional Redistricting after the 2010 Census” Wikipedia “United States House of Representatives elections, 2012”. Please send any corrections or additions to (info at CommunityMediaDatabase org). 

 

“Campaigns, Candidates, Elections & PEG” (Alliance for Community Media, 2000)

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Campaigns, Candidates, Elections & PEG:

  Public Policy, Practical Advice, Sample Policies, New Ideas on Elected Officials Using PEG, How Other Access Centers Get It Done,Common Dilemmas, and Resources for Political Programming on Public, Educational and Governmental Access TelevisionPublished by the Alliance for Community Media, 2000  

Must be logged-in to a Google account to view these articles online. However, to download the PDFs, simply click the links shown below the table.

CHAPTERARTICLEAUTHORAUTHOR’S AFFILIATION AT TIME OF PUBLICATION Acknowledgments / Introduction  PUBLIC POLICYPEG and PoliticsJames Horwood & Tony LinLegal Appointee, Alliance for Community Media Relevant RegulationsMargaret JulianoGov. Rel. & Communications Sr. Associate, ACMSetting PoliciesTony IghaniStation Manager, LA Cityview 35Forums for DemocracyHolly AertsGovernment Relations Intern, ACM    PRACTICALCandidate Coverage from A to ZMatt SchusterStation Manager, HOM-TV, Meridian Gov. TVThe Challenges of Working with Elected OfficialsMindy SnyderCable Television Manager, City of TampaElected Officials’ Office Hours on AccessEd KoziarskiCommunications Coord., Chicago Access NetworkBallot Measure Forums & Access TVShannon O’ConnorMarketing Assistant, Contra Costa Television    NEW IDEAS ON ELECTED OFFICIALS USING PEGCandidate’s ForumsBrian SullivanProducer/Director, City of Tampa TelevisionCovering ElectionsRob McCauslandCablecast Manager, Boston Neighborhood NetworkCharting New Territory in Local Election CoverageAutumn Labbe-RenaultAssist. Dir./Board Member, Davis Community TVElection Night CoverageBrian SullivanProducer/Director, City of Tampa Television    COMMON DILEMMASFinding SolutionsHolly AertsGovernment Relations Intern, ACMHandling the ControversyCurtis Henderson, Jr.General Manager, Boston Neighborhood Network Resources   Appendices  

Article PDF Downloads

Acknowledgments / Introduction
PEG and Politics
Relevant Regulations
Setting Policies
Forums for Democracy
Candidate Coverage from A to Z
The Challenge of Working with Elected Officials
Elected Official’s Office Hours on Access
Ballot Measures Forums and Access Television
Candidate’s Forums
Covering Elections
Charting New Territory in Local Election Coverage
Election Night Coverage
Finding Solutions
Handling the Controversy
Resources
Appendices

Oregon Full Power Broadcast TV Stations

Congressional District Pushpins (for Congressional District boundaries, see this map)

 Nielsen DMA–Select–#22: Portland, OR#121: Eugene#123: Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick#140: Medford-Klamath Falls#193: Bend, OR     AKALARAZCACOCTDCDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPARISCSDTNTXUTVAVTWAWIWVWYBy city; links are to Wikipedia       Bend – KOAB-TVEugene – KMTRMedford – KMVU-DTPortland – KOPB-TVBend – KOHDEugene – KVAL-TVMedford – KOBIPortland – KPTVBend – KTVZGrants Pass – KBLNMedford – KSYSRoseburg – KPICCoos Bay – KCBY-TVKlamath Falls – KDKFMedford – KTVLRoseburg – KTCWCoos Bay – KMCBKlamath Falls – KFTSPendleton – KFFX-TVRoseburg – KTVCCorvallis – KOAC-TVKlamath Falls – KOTIPortland – KATUSalem – KPXG-TVEugene – KEPB-TVLa Grande – KTVRPortland – KGWSalem – KRCW-TVEugene – KEZILa Grande – KUNPPortland – KNMT Eugene – KLSR-TVMedford – KDRVPortland – KOIN 
Nielsen Designated Market Areas Blue-shading Blue shadingNielsen DMAs 1 through 50Red-shading Red shadingNielsen DMAs 51 through 210White-pushpin Pushpins2012 Congressional Districts  Broadcast TV Stations White blank markerWhite blank balloonsIndependent (no network affiliations)  TargetBlue markersNon-Faith-based networks A = ABC B = CV Network C = CBS D = Me-TV E = Estrella TV F = Fox G = Mega TV H = mHz WorldView I = This TV J = Jewelry Television K = TeleFutura L = LATV M = MyNetworkTV N = NBC O = ION P = PBS Q = VassalloVision R = teleSUR S = ShopNBC T = Telemundo U = Unision V = V-me W = The CW X = RTV Y = My Family TV Z = Azteca America 1 = America One 2 = multiple network affiliations 3 = Tr3Sred balloon, ARed markersFaith-based networks A = Three Angels Broadcasting C= Christian Television Network D = Daystar E = Golden Eagle Broadcasting F = FamilyNet G = God’s Learning Channel L = LaSea O = Cornerstone Television S = Tri-State Christian Television T = Trinity Broadcasting Network V = Victory Television Network W = World Harvest Television Y = Legacy Television This data is from a variety of sources. Unless supplied by the providers themselves,
the network and other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.
 Broadcast TV sources: FCC TV Query Database (retrieved 2/17/12);  FCC: All Full-Power Television Stations By DMA (pdf}, A.C. Nielsen 2011-2012 Ranked Demographic Market Areas (pdf); Wikipedia List of Television Stations:  by Stateby Call signWikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV NetworksTV Fool Coverage Map Online Browser“Public Interest Obligations,” Media Policy Initiative, New America Foundation.  
113th Congress sources: New Congressional Districts maps compiled from state government sources listed here.  Election information from Ballotpedia “State Legislative & Congressional Redistricting after the 2010 Census” Wikipedia “United States House of Representatives elections, 2012”. Please send any corrections or additions to (info at CommunityMediaDatabase org). 

 

Maps: Access TV & Low Power FM Radio Stations

Submitted by Rob McCausland on Sat, 11/19/2011 – 17:02
U.S. Access TV & Low Power FM Radio Stations 

States (with Congressional Districts)

AlabamaKentuckyNorth DakotaAlaskaLouisianaOhioArizonaMaineOklahomaArkansasMarylandOregonCaliforniaMassachusettsPennsylvaniaColoradoMichiganRhode IslandConnecticutMinnesotaSouth CarolinaDelawareMississippiSouth DakotaDist. of ColumbiaMissouriTennesseeFloridaMontanaTexasGeorgiaNebraskaUtahHawaiiNevadaVermontIdahoNew HampshireVirginiaIllinoisNew JerseyWashingtonIndianaNew MexicoWest VirginiaIowaNew YorkWisconsinKansasNorth CarolinaWyoming

Legends below maps.

 

 

Pennsylvania Full Power Broadcast TV Stations

Congressional District Pushpins (for Congressional District boundaries, see this map)

 Nielsen DMA–Select–#4: Philadelphia#23: Pittsburgh#41: Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York#54: Wilkes Barre-Scranton#102: Johnstown-Altoona#146: Erie     AKALARAZCACOCTDCDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPARISCSDTNTXUTVAVTWAWIWVWYBy city; links are to Wikipedia       Allentown – WFMZ-TVGreensburg – WPCB-TVPhiladelphia – WPHL-TVReading – WTVEAllentown – WLVT-TVHarrisburg – WHP-TVPhiladelphia – WPSGRed Lion – WGCB-TVAltoona – WATM-TVHarrisburg – WHTM-TVPhiladelphia – WPVI-TVScranton – WNEP-TVAltoona – WKBS-TVHarrisburg – WITF-TVPhiladelphia – WTXF-TVScranton – WQPX-TVAltoona – WTAJ-TVHazleton – WOLF-TVPhiladelphia – WYBEScranton – WSWBBethlehem – WBPH-TVJeannette – WPCWPittsburgh – KDKA-TVScranton – WVIA-TVClearfield – WPSU-TVJohnstown – WJAC-TVPittsburgh – WINP-TVScranton – WYOUErie – WFXPJohnstown – WWCP-TVPittsburgh – WPGH-TVWilkes-Barre – WBRE-TVErie – WICU-TVLancaster – WGALPittsburgh – WPMYWilliamsport – WQMYErie – WJET-TVLancaster – WLYH-TVPittsburgh – WPXIYork – WPMTErie – WQLNPhiladelphia – KYW-TVPittsburgh – WQED Erie – WSEE-TVPhiladelphia – WCAUPittsburgh – WTAE-TV 
Nielsen Designated Market Areas Blue-shading Blue shadingNielsen DMAs 1 through 50Red-shading Red shadingNielsen DMAs 51 through 210White-pushpin Pushpins2012 Congressional Districts  Broadcast TV Stations White blank markerWhite blank balloonsIndependent (no network affiliations)  TargetBlue markersNon-Faith-based networks A = ABC B = CV Network C = CBS D = Me-TV E = Estrella TV F = Fox G = Mega TV H = mHz WorldView I = This TV J = Jewelry Television K = TeleFutura L = LATV M = MyNetworkTV N = NBC O = ION P = PBS Q = VassalloVision R = teleSUR S = ShopNBC T = Telemundo U = Unision V = V-me W = The CW X = RTV Y = My Family TV Z = Azteca America 1 = America One 2 = multiple network affiliations 3 = Tr3Sred balloon, ARed markersFaith-based networks A = Three Angels Broadcasting C= Christian Television Network D = Daystar E = Golden Eagle Broadcasting F = FamilyNet G = God’s Learning Channel L = LaSea O = Cornerstone Television S = Tri-State Christian Television T = Trinity Broadcasting Network V = Victory Television Network W = World Harvest Television Y = Legacy Television This data is from a variety of sources. Unless supplied by the providers themselves,
the network and other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.
 Broadcast TV sources: FCC TV Query Database (retrieved 2/17/12);  FCC: All Full-Power Television Stations By DMA (pdf}, A.C. Nielsen 2011-2012 Ranked Demographic Market Areas (pdf); Wikipedia List of Television Stations:  by Stateby Call signWikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV NetworksTV Fool Coverage Map Online Browser“Public Interest Obligations,” Media Policy Initiative, New America Foundation.  
113th Congress sources: New Congressional Districts maps compiled from state government sources listed here.  Election information from Ballotpedia “State Legislative & Congressional Redistricting after the 2010 Census” Wikipedia “United States House of Representatives elections, 2012”. Please send any corrections or additions to (info at CommunityMediaDatabase org). 

 

PEG Access TV Providers Producing Local Elections Coverage – [data incomplete]*

Access TV   U.S. Representatives

  Filter by Management Type:
PEG Access Television–Select–Nonprofit OrganizationGovernmentHigher EducationPrimary/Secondary EducationMulti-Jurisdictional AuthorityLibraryOther Cable Co (not yet collected)
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS FOR THE 113TH CONGRESSBlue-shading Blue shadingRepresentative is a member of the Democratic PartyRed-shading Red shadingRepresentative is a member of the Republican PartyWhite-pushpin PushpinRepresentative’s name & election information  COMMUNITY MEDIA PROVIDERS Yellow-DottedDotted balloonCommunity access television providerYellow-blankBlank balloonNoncommercial educational FM radio station        * Managed by:Yellow-DottedYellow-blankNonprofit Organization Green-dottedGreen-blankGovernment Entity Purple-dottedPurple-blankHigher Education Institution Blue-dottedBlue-blankPrimary or Secondary Educational Institution Red-dottedRed-blankLibrary/Other (access TV); Faith-based (radio) Orange-dottedBlank spaceMulti-Jurisdictional Authority (access TV only) Blank spaceLight blue-blankNative American Entity (radio only)  BROADCAST TV STATIONS (full-power only shown) Whick blank markerWhite blank balloonIndependent (no network affiliations)  TargetBlue markersnon-Faith-based networks A = ABC B = CV Network C = CBS D = Me-TV E = Estrella TV F = Fox G = Mega TV H = mHz WorldView I = This TV J = Jewelry Television K = TeleFutura L = LATV M = MyNetworkTV N = NBC O = ION P = PBS Q = VassalloVision R = teleSUR S = ShopNBC T = Telemundo U = Unision V = V-me W = The CW X = RTV Y = My Family TV Z = Azteca America 1 = America One 2 = multiple network affiliations 3 = Tr3Sred balloon, ARed markersFaith-based networks A = Three Angels Broadcasting C= Christian Television Network D = Daystar E = Golden Eagle Broadcasting F = FamilyNet G = God’s Learning Channel L = LaSea O = Cornerstone Television S = Tri-State Christian Television T = Trinitiy Broadcasting Network V = Victory Television Network W = World Harvest Television Y = Legacy Television This data is from a variety of sources. Unless supplied by the providers themselves,
the management type, network affiliation, & other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.
 113th Congress sources: New Congressional Districts maps compiled from state government sources listed here.  Election information from Ballotpedia “State Legislative & Congressional Redistricting after the 2010 Census” Wikipedia “United States House of Representatives elections, 2012”.

Broadcast TV sources: FCC TV Query Database (retrieved 2/17/12);  FCC: All Full-Power Television Stations By DMA (pdf}, A.C. Nielsen 2011-2012 Ranked Demographic Market Areas (pdf); Wikipedia List of Television Stations:  by Stateby Call signWikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV NetworksTV Fool Coverage Map Online Browser“Public Interest Obligations,” Media Policy Initiative, New America Foundation.  

Radio sources: FCC FM Query (retrieved 4/17/12), Wikipedia “Lists of radio stations in the United States”Radio LocatorPrometheus Radio ProjectJim George’s LPFM Database.   Please send any corrections or additions to (info at CommunityMediaDatabase org). 

 

Rhode Island Full Power Broadcast TV Stations

Congressional District Pushpins (for Congressional District boundaries, see this map)

 Nielsen DMA–Select–#53: Providence-New Bedford     AKALARAZCACOCTDCDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPARISCSDTNTXUTVAVTWAWIWVWY
By city; links are to Wikipedia       Block Island – WPXQ-TVProvidence – WNAC-TVProvidence – WSBE-TV Providence – WJARProvidence – WPRI-TV  
Nielsen Designated Market Areas Blue-shading Blue shadingNielsen DMAs 1 through 50Red-shading Red shadingNielsen DMAs 51 through 210White-pushpin Pushpins2012 Congressional Districts  Broadcast TV Stations White blank markerWhite blank balloonsIndependent (no network affiliations)  TargetBlue markersNon-Faith-based networks A = ABC B = CV Network C = CBS D = Me-TV E = Estrella TV F = Fox G = Mega TV H = mHz WorldView I = This TV J = Jewelry Television K = TeleFutura L = LATV M = MyNetworkTV N = NBC O = ION P = PBS Q = VassalloVision R = teleSUR S = ShopNBC T = Telemundo U = Unision V = V-me W = The CW X = RTV Y = My Family TV Z = Azteca America 1 = America One 2 = multiple network affiliations 3 = Tr3Sred balloon, ARed markersFaith-based networks A = Three Angels Broadcasting C= Christian Television Network D = Daystar E = Golden Eagle Broadcasting F = FamilyNet G = God’s Learning Channel L = LaSea O = Cornerstone Television S = Tri-State Christian Television T = Trinity Broadcasting Network V = Victory Television Network W = World Harvest Television Y = Legacy Television This data is from a variety of sources. Unless supplied by the providers themselves,
the network and other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.
 Broadcast TV sources: FCC TV Query Database (retrieved 2/17/12);  FCC: All Full-Power Television Stations By DMA (pdf}, A.C. Nielsen 2011-2012 Ranked Demographic Market Areas (pdf); Wikipedia List of Television Stations:  by Stateby Call signWikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV NetworksTV Fool Coverage Map Online Browser“Public Interest Obligations,” Media Policy Initiative, New America Foundation.  
113th Congress sources: New Congressional Districts maps compiled from state government sources listed here.  Election information from Ballotpedia “State Legislative & Congressional Redistricting after the 2010 Census” Wikipedia “United States House of Representatives elections, 2012”. Please send any corrections or additions to (info at CommunityMediaDatabase org).