WWLF-LP

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WWLF-LP
Syracuse, New York
Channels Analog: 35 (UHF)
Affiliations AMGTV (2009–present)
Owner Craig Fox
(Metro TV Inc.)
First air date 1991; 27 years ago (1991)
Former callsigns W35AQ (1988–1991)
W49BF (1991–1997)
W35AQ (1997–1998)
WOBX-LP (1998–2016)
Former affiliations The Box (1991–2001)
MTV2 (2001–2009)
Univision (2009)
Transmitter power 4.92 kW
Height 53 m
Facility ID 14324
Transmitter coordinates 43°3′30″N 76°10′0″W / 43.05833°N 76.16667°W / 43.05833; -76.16667
Website AMGTV

WWLF-LP is a television station in Syracuse, New York. The station, owned by Metro TV Inc. (one of many companies majority-owned by Craig Fox), broadcasts on UHF channel 35.

The original construction permit was issued to Craig Fox himself in June 1988, with a major modification filing the year after, and the first broadcast commenced in May 1991. The then-WOBX-LP was affiliated with The Box and then MTV2 after The Box ceased operations in 2001. WOBX-LP acquired the Univision affiliation as a Syracuse translator (relay) station for WNYI channel 52 in Ithaca until WNYI was bought by a religious broadcaster and subsequently dropped the Univision network. WWLF-LP is now the AMGTV affiliate for the Syracuse market.[when?][citation needed]

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