WTCT

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WTCT
Marion, Illinois
ChannelsDigital: 17 (UHF)
AffiliationsTCT
OwnerTri-State Christian Television, Inc.
First air dateAugust 1981; 32 years ago (1981-08)[1]
Call letters' meaningTri-State
Christian
Television
Former callsignsWDDD-TV (1981-1984)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
27 (1981-2009)
Former affiliationsTBN (until 2007)
Transmitter power800 kW (digital)
Height213 m (digital)
Facility ID67786
Transmitter coordinates37°33′27.3″N 89°1′27.6″W / 37.557583°N 89.024333°W / 37.557583; -89.024333
Websitewww.tct.tv
 
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WTCT
Marion, Illinois
ChannelsDigital: 17 (UHF)
AffiliationsTCT
OwnerTri-State Christian Television, Inc.
First air dateAugust 1981; 32 years ago (1981-08)[1]
Call letters' meaningTri-State
Christian
Television
Former callsignsWDDD-TV (1981-1984)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
27 (1981-2009)
Former affiliationsTBN (until 2007)
Transmitter power800 kW (digital)
Height213 m (digital)
Facility ID67786
Transmitter coordinates37°33′27.3″N 89°1′27.6″W / 37.557583°N 89.024333°W / 37.557583; -89.024333
Websitewww.tct.tv

WTCT is a religious television station in Marion, Illinois, broadcasting locally on channel 27. It is a Tri-State Christian Television owned-and-operated station, and is the flagship station of the TCT network. WTCT also broadcasts locally on digital channel 17. The national feed of TCT via WTCT is available nationwide on DirecTV channel 377.

WTCT previously broadcast on repeaters in Paducah, Kentucky on W54AE, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on channel 45, KCGI-CA, and in Sikeston, Missouri on K54CA; these repeaters ceased operation around 2010.

Subchannel lineup[edit]

ChannelNameProgramming
27.1WTCT-SDTCT SD
27.2WTCT-HDTCT HD
27.3WTCT-SD2TCT Family / TCT Kids

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Broadcasting and Cable Yearbook says August 16, while the Television and Cable Factbook says August 24.