Congressional District Pushpins (for Congressional District boundaries, see this map)
Nielsen DMA–Select–#71: Honolulu AKALARAZCACOCTDCDEFLGAHIIAIDILINKSKYLAMAMDMEMIMNMOMSMTNCNDNENHNJNMNVNYOHOKORPARISCSDTNTXUTVAVTWAWIWVWYBy city; links are to Wikipedia Hilo – KGMD-TVHonolulu – KFVEHonolulu – KWBNWailuku – KMAUHilo – KHBC-TVHonolulu – KGMBHonolulu – KWHEWailuku – KMEBHilo – KHVOHonolulu – KHETKailua – KKAIWailuku – KOGGHilo – KWHDHonolulu – KHNLKailua-Kona – KLEI-TVWaimanalo – KUPUHonolulu – KAAH-TVHonolulu – KHON-TVKaneohe – KPXO-TV Honolulu – KALOHonolulu – KIKUWailuku – KAII-TV Honolulu – KBFD-DTHonolulu – KITVWailuku – KGMV
Nielsen Designated Market Areas Blue shadingNielsen DMAs 1 through 50 Red shadingNielsen DMAs 51 through 210 Pushpins2012 Congressional Districts Broadcast TV Stations White blank balloonsIndependent (no network affiliations) Blue 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 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the network and other Info Window data may be incorrect or out-of-date.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 State, by Call sign; Wikipedia List of Over-the-Air TV Networks; TV 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).