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WDKY FOX 56 News Lexington KY


WDKY FOX 56 News Lexington KY News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. FOX WDKY TV 56 local breaking News update Channel Lexington, Kentucky, United States Live Online Streaming. WDKY-TV is a virtual channel 56. It is associated with Fox. The channel is working for Lexington, United States. It is certified to nearby Danville. WDKY’stransmitting tower is situated southeast of Lexington. It is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group.

WDKY FOX 56 NewsThe channel has offices on Euclid Avenue in Lexington’s Chevy Chase neighborhood. WDKY FOX News telecasts news bulletins from the offices of Gray Television which owned CBS associate WKYT-TV (27) on Winchester Road. The channel can be seen in the Lexington area on Charter Spectrum channels 7 (SD) and 910 (HD). Satellite subscribers in Frankfort can watch WDKY on Frankfort Plant Board WLEX NBC 18 News Lexington.

WDKY FOX 56 News Lexington Live stream

WDKY FOX started telecasting on February 10, 1986, as an independent channel. It was launched by John D. Backe. For a couple of months, WDKY was independent channel WLKT before. It competed with each other for the best products and movies and even airing the Independent Network News. On October 9, 1986, the station turned out to be a charter associate of Fox. WDKY started its production from office facilities situated at 434 Interstate Avenue in Lexington. Backeauctioned WDKY to the MMC Television Corporation in 1989. MMC, in turn, sold the channel to Superior Communications in 1992.

In 1996, WDKY and its related station KOCB FOX in Oklahoma City were both attained by the Sinclair Telecast media. On May 15, 2012, Fox decided to have a five-year extension. WDKY FOX was for the network’s association agreement. The contract was made with Sinclair’s 19 Fox channels. This included WDKY-TV that ran through 2017. On January 15, 2016, WDKY declared the launch of Comet on 56.2. While on the other hand, it dropped Get TV.

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