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Tampa Bay's 10 (WTSP)
Offices: Tampa Bay, Florida
Tampa Bay's 10 News is committed to the community and their viewers. They want to be the ones to count on for local news, weather, and sports. WTSP works hard to get the story and capture the unforgettable moments. They take pride in telling emotional stories. Nothing is more important than teamwork and taking pride in the storytelling they do. They are an affiliate of CBS.
Offices: Scranton, Pennsylvania
The CW is a source for family entertainment in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania, featuring various primetime shows. is a partnership among FOX 56 (WOLF-TV), The CW (WSWB-TV) and MyNetworkTV (WQMY-TV). This exciting new web community will be promoted on FOX 56(WOLF-TV) and Pennsylvania's WB (WSWB-TV), two of the most powerful media outlets in NE and Central Pa. WSWB is owned by Mystic Television of Scranton.
The CW 23 (WNLO)
Offices: Buffalo, New York
WNLO is committed to the highest standard of excellence and service to the people of Western New York. Local news is their top priority. The content of the newscasts from their sister station WIVB-TV shown on WNLO, is based on a foundation of journalistic integrity. They also make a commitment to seek out and listen to advertisers. Through adherence to superior quality and service, They will provide advertisers with the best opportunity to accomplish their goals.
The CW 25 Michiana (WCWW)
Offices: South Bend, Indiana
WCWW signed on in 1990 as W25BM as an independent station. In 1995 it made the switch to the WB network and in 2002 it changed its call sign to WMWB. WMWB-TV was awarded the new CW network affiliation and in 2006 they changed their call sign to WCWW to reflect their new affiliation. WCWW takes an active role within the community. They are currently owned by Weigel Broadcasting.

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The CW Austin (KNVA)
Offices: Austin, Texas
KNVA/The CW Austin is the perfect destination when television viewers in Central Texas want to escape reality. The entertainment alternative is a hit with viewers in their `20s and `30s. The station also provides viewers with quality news and weather information powered by sister station KXAN, and offers great entertainment information, music downloads, movie tickets and more at their website.
The CW Bay Area (KBCW)
Offices: San Francisco, California
CBS 5/The CW Bay Area are part of the CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corporation. CBS 5 (KPIX) began in 1948 as the first television station in Northern California. The CW Bay Area began in 1968 as the first UHF station in the Bay area. The two stations became a duopoly in 2002. They were formerly an affiliate of UPN and made the switch to The CW in 2006.
The CW Philly (WPSG)
Offices: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WPSG is part of the CBS Television Stations Group located on Independence Mall in the heart of Historic Philadelphia. They A leader in local sports programming including: the Philadelphia Phillies, Flyers and 76er's. WPSG serves the tri state area, and in addition to its over-the-air coverage is viewed on every cable system north to the Lehigh Valley and Princeton, south to Cape May and Kent County, Delaware. In an average week, WPSG is viewed in over 1.5 million households. They are currently an affiliate of The CW network.
The CW Washington (WDCW)
Offices: Washington, DC
WDCW's responsibility is to effectively serve all ages, races, nationalities and genders of people living in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area by being a reliable source for education, information, and entertainment. The station signed on in 1986 as WFTY, an independent station without network affiliation. In the beginning of 1995, the station obtained an affiliation with the new CW Network, and in August of that year, changed the call letters from WFTY to the more appropriately- suited WBDC.