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Abc-10 WTEN made its emergence on October 14, 1953, as WROW-TV on UHF channel 41. It was owned by Hudson Valley Broadcasting Company, operating side by side WROW radio (590 AM). The two stations used split space inside a former retirement home for nuns in the town of North Greenbush near Troy. It on aired from a short term transmitter metropolis district of ABC affiliate. Abc-10 WTEN virtual channel 10 is an ABC-associate television station certified to New York, Albany, United States. It is serving New York’s capital quarter as well as Berkshire County, Massachusetts. The station belongs to the Irving-based Nexstar media group. This media group also runs FOX associate WXXA TV (channel 23) through joint sales and shared services contract. The two stations share workplace on Northern Boulevard in Albany’s Bishop Gate division and transmitter facilities on the west of New Salem, a Hamlet of Scotland.


Officially, Abc-10 WTEN functioned a full-time satellite in Adams Massachusetts: WCDC-TV, virtual channel 19 (UHF digital channel 36). This station was on aired from a transmitter on the highest peak in Massachusetts, Mount Greylock. WCDC was a production of Abc-10 WTEN. The only on-air source of the station was during required hourly official licensed. WCDC’s signal overspread to both western Massachusetts and southern Vermont. Nexstar expected termination date of December 1, 2017, for WCDC-TV.

WNYT’s owner Hubbard broadcasting made a sudden decision to abort many of its well-known news team members. As a result in November 2009, newscasts stumbled back to third place. One renowned figure let go from the NBC associate was Lydia Kulbida. The program which was telecast on September 21, 2009. On October 26, 2011, Abc-10 WTEN earned the honor of being the second station in Albany to upgrade its newscasts to prestige definition level.

Regarding its history

Abc-10 WTEN was a firm runner-up to WRGB, particularly after shifting its transmitter to Voorheesville. WNYT overtook WTEN for the runner-up position by the late- The 1980s. In 1992, scored its first late news victory. WTEN has generally remained at a stable second place since then, though for a span in the early-2000s, it drifted back to the third position. At many occasions during the 1990s and 2000s, this station has mostly scored ahead of WRGB.