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WDRB FOX 41 News Louisville KY


WDRB FOX 41 News Louisville KY News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. FOX WDRB TV 41 Weather Channel Louisville, Kentucky, United States Live Online Streaming. WDRB is a virtual channel 41. It is associated with Fox. The channel is certified to Louisville, United States. WDRB FOX news is under the authority of Block Communications. It works as part of a duopoly with Salem, Indiana certified CW/My-Network-TV associate WBKI (channel 58). The two outlets share offices on West Muhammad Ali Boulevard. They are near Route 150 in downtown Louisville. It’s transmitting facilities in rural northeastern Floyd County, Indiana (northeast of Floyds Knobs).

WDRB FOX 41 NewsOn satellite, WDRB FOX News is accessible on Charter Spectrum channel 9. WDRB FOX News was first allotted a Louisville development permit in 1953. This happened when Rounsaville Radio, held construction licenses for WDRB FOX. They planned for it to be the nation’s first African-American oriented TV outlet. Numerous Beneficiary permittees failed to debut WDRB FOX. This happened until Independence TV of Louisville succeeded. In fact, the previous WAVE NBC 3 News Louisville tower on South Third Street was the channel’s first transmitting tower facility.

WDRB FOX 41 News Louisville Live stream

WDRB FOX 41 first logged on the air on February 28, 1971. It turned out to be the first independent channel in the Louisville business. The channel’s mainoffices were situated on East Main Street in Louisville. In the beginning, the channel logged on at 3:00 p.m. each day. WDRB production included low-budget afternoon children’s shows and occasional news updates. They were provided by anchor Wilson Hatcher, and most remarkably, the shock-theater program Fright Night and afternoon children’s host “Presto the Magic Clown”.

By 1976, WDRB FOX 41ran a mix of cartoons, westerns, outdoor shows, and classic movies. The channel’s chief owners auctioned the station to the Minneapolis Star & Tribune Company. They are now called the Cowles Media Company. By 1977, the channel extended its telecast day to 11:00 a.m., with adding of a four-hour block of religious shows.

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