WSMH FOX 66 Flint Mi News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. FOX WSMH TV 66 Weather Channel Flint, Michigan, Saginaw, Tri-Cities, Bay City, United States Live Online Streaming. WSMH television went live on air as Fox 66. It is a Fox associated channel. WSMH FOX is certified to Flint, Michigan, United States. It is working for the Flint/Tri-Cities television business. It telecasts a high-resolution digital signal on UHF WSMH FOX 66. This is done from a transmitting tower on Amman Road near St. Charles, Michigan. The channel is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group. They also function Saginaw-certified NBC associate WEYI-TV.
WSMH FOX is under the authority of Howard Stirk Holdings and Bay City-certified CW affiliate WEYI NBC 25 News Flint. Channel 46 is under the authority of telecasted through separate shared services contracts. Nevertheless, Sinclair efficiently holds WBSF. The majority of Cunningham’s stock is under the authority of the family of late group founder Julian Smith. WSMH has offices on West Pierson Road in Mount Morris Township which also host master control and some inner functionality for WEYI and WBSF. WSMH is characteristically carried on channel 8 on most satellite systems.
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Flint Telecasting Limited Partnership requested a channel with the call letter WSMH News, which were logged on September 27, 1984. WSMH FOX News first went live on January 13, 1985, as an independent station. Frederick (Fritz) Mills became general manager of the television. Mills was previously director of national sales, UPI Media in Chicago. A fire at the transmitting tower broke up in April 1985.
The WSMH FOX was forced to go off the air for about one month until the repairs were made. Flint Telecasting sold the channel to Gerald J. Robinson by July 1986. On October 9, 1986, it became a charter Fox associate. Sinclair Group purchased the channel in 1996. From 1990 to 1997, WSMH FOX News was the Mid-Michigan associate of the now-defunct syndication package. On September 30, 2006, WSMH FOX started telecasting The Tube on its secondary sub-channel.