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WFOR CBS 4 News Miami Florida


WFOR CBS 4 News Miami Fl News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. CBS WFOR TV 4 local breaking News update Channel Miami, Florida, United States Live Online Streaming. WFOR CBS News is a virtual UHF digital television. It is associated with CBS. The channel is certified to Miami, United States. WFOR CBS 4 is also working for Fort Lauderdale. It is under the authority of the CBS Television subsidiary of CBS Corporation. WFOR CBS News works as part of a duopoly with My-Network-TV associate WBFS-TV.

WFOR CBS 4 NewsThe two channels share offices on Northwest 18th Terrace in Doral. It is near the Miami International Airport. WFOR transmitting tower is situated in Andover, Florida. WFOR CBS 4 initially logged on the air on September 20, 1967, as WATN ABC 24 News Memphis. It began its telecast on VHF frequency 6. The channel was originally under the authority of the regionally-based Coral Television Corporation. General Cinema Corporation attained controlling interest in Coral Television and WFOR in August 1972.

WFOR CBS 4 News Miami Live stream

The channel 6 frequency was assigned to Miami by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in June 1957. WFOR was as part of a minor reorganization nationwide of VHF channel assignments. WFOR CBS 4 was shifted again to the city of South Miami. This happened when Coral Television was given a development permit to build channel 6 in April 1964. In February 1967Coral Television effectively persuaded the FCC to shift the community of license back to Miami proper. It was the place where the channel could serve more audiences.

WFOR CBS constructed a transmitting tower in Homestead. It was 40 miles (64 km) southwest of Miami, farther south than the Miami–Fort Lauderdale business’s other television. This prearrangement was necessary to protect WPTV in West Palm Beach and WDBO-TV which is now WFOR, and also on channel 6 in Orlando. As a result, Miami’s station 6 only gave a “Grade B” signal to Fort Lauderdale. It was virtually not accessible in the northern portion of Broward County.

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