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WROC CBS 8 News Rochester NY Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. CBS WROC 8 local breaking News update Channel Rochester, New York United States Live Online Streaming. WROC is a virtual channel 8. It is associated with CBS. The channel is certified to Rochester, United States. It is under the authority of the Nexstar Media Group. WROC has its offices on Humboldt Street in downtown Rochester. Its transmitting tower is situated on Pinnacle Hill in Brighton, New York.

WROC CBS 8 NewsOn June 11, 1949, WROC CBS 8 News is Rochester’s oldest television channel. It went on the air as WHAM ABC 13 News Rochester. It was associated with NBC on channel 6. The station was under the authority of Stromberg-Carlson. He was a telephone equipment manufacturer. WROC CBS was also associated with the now-defunct DuMont Television Network. On July 24, 1954, WROC News CBS shifted to channel 5. It was part of a revision of upstate New York’s VHF allotments. This was the result of the Federal Communications Commission’s Sixth Report and Order of 1952.

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Nevertheless, CBS WROC News on frequency 5 had to face many interference problems from CBLT. It was a CBC Television from Toronto. In 1956, that station shifted to station 6 from its original CBS channel 9 allocations. In 1960, CBLT got replaced on frequency 9 by CFTO-TV. This relocation played a vital role in the channel’s second frequency shift. It occurred eight years later.

In 1955, Stromberg-Carlson fused with General Dynamics. Owning telecast channels was not inGeneral Dynamics interests. It later brought up the WROC -TV outlets in the business. Transcontinental Telecasting bought WROC -TV in 1956. It was sold the company that had WGR radio and WGR-TV under their authority in Buffalo. WROC CBS call signs were altered to the present call letters when the new owners took the charge. In 1961, Veterans Telecasting Company bought the television from Transcontinental. They afterward sold its half of what is today WHEC-TV (frequency 10) to the Gannett Company. It was at that time located in Rochester.

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