On March 9 of that year, ACME Communications signed an affiliation agreement with the network for KWBQ and its KRWB satellite to join The CW upon the network's September 18 launch, while KASY would join another new service, the Fox Entertainment Group-owned MyNetworkTV, upon its September 5, 2006 launch.
Quite the same Wikipedia. KWBQ further added Ion Television to 19.4 on January 18, 2017, due to the January 2017 sale of KASA-TV to Ramar Communications, as well as the switch in Fox affiliation over to KRQE.
KRWB is a straight simulcast of KWBQ; on-air references to KRWB are limited to Federal Communications Commission (FCC)-mandated hourly station identifications during programming. Ion Television subchannel-only affiliates. KOB-TV 4 Albuquerque Station ID Rare HD Channel 4 Eyewitness News logo (1994-1998)  The sale was completed on January 17, 2017.. What we do.
The $17.3 million sale, which the FCC approved on November 21,  and was completed on December 11, gave Tamer Media its first TV properties, while ACME is making its exit from the station ownership business (the three stations are the last portions of ACME's TV station portfolio). That's it.
We have created a browser extension.
The stations' shared services agreement with LIN Media will continue under new ownership.
Unlike its parent station, KRWB does not carry any of KWBQ's subchannels, but does simulcast Albuquerque-licensed MyNetworkTV affiliate KASY-TV (channel 50) on its second subchannel. WWLP, virtual channel 22, is a dual NBC/CW+-affiliated television station licensed to Springfield, Massachusetts, United States, serving the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. In September 2006, KWBQ/KRWB was rebranded as "New Mexico's CW" to reflect their new affiliation.
KRWB-TV (virtual and UHF digital channel 21) in Roswell operates as a satellite of KWBQ, extending its signal across southeastern New Mexico.
 Laff further adds to KWBQ's identity as a station for comedy while Grit and Ion add some programming diversity to the signal. Television channels and stations established in 1999, Television stations broadcasting on channel 19, Television stations broadcasting on channel 21, Television stations formerly owned by Media General, Ion Television subchannel-only affiliates, Television stations using the Warner Bros. logo, https://logos.fandom.com/wiki/KWBQ?oldid=1869635. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. WFXR, virtual channel 27, is a Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Roanoke, Virginia, United States and also serving Lynchburg. The $17.3 million sale, which the FCC approved on November 21, and was completed on December 11, gave Tamer Media its first TV properties, while ACME is making its exit from the station ownership business (the three stations are the last portions of ACME's TV station portfolio).  Just over a year later, on January 27, 2016, it was announced that the Nexstar Broadcasting Group would buy Media General for $4.6 billion. KWBQ, virtual channel 19 (UHF digital channel 29), is a CW-affiliated television station serving Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States that is licensed to the state capital of Santa Fe. 2013–present. On January 24, 2006, Time Warner's Warner Bros. Entertainment unit and CBS Corporation announced that the two companies would merge the operations of The WB and UPN, which the companies respectively owned, into a joint venture called The CW Television Network. Previously, KRCW-TV maintained separate studios on Southwest Arctic Drive in Beaverton, while KOIN's facilities only housed KRCW-TV's master control and some internal operations. However, master control and some internal operations are based at Springfield, Massachusetts-licensed Nexstar sister station and NBC affiliate WWLP's studios in Chicopee.