Tour of our Stations

This video was taken on the last day we broadcast in analog, June 12, 2009. You'll see our rather large RCA TTU-30D transmitter which was retired after being installed in 1979, 30 years of operation.

After the shutdow, we started to take the transmitter apart.

Next we had to build a new channel 35, but this time it was digital

The new Master Control is the hub of activities

Our satellite room captures 531 unique feeds, from (now) 36 satellite dishes.

Where the RCA transmitter once stood we have our IT center

WLIO broadcasts on channel 8, 27.5kw.

WOHL-CD broadcasts on channel 35, 9.0kw

Here's the coverage of the new stations in Lima

Chief Engineer, Fred Vobbe, grows peppers for a hobby. Look what happened on "Eat Something Hot Day"

Program Transmission

All our stations transmit in 720p HDTV with 5.1 surround sound.

If you are not getting us in HD, please check your set, or contact your cable company or satellite provider. WLIO or WOHL does not provide "waivers" for satellite subscribers who are not provided HD by their provider.

If you need to talk to us about a technical issue, please call during regular business hours, or e-mail us via the contact link below. Please note, if you call the TV station during non-business hours, the engineer on duty may not be able to help you. If you are concerned about programming, please call 419-228-8835 extension 1017. If your concern is about news content or programs, please call 419-228-8835 extension 1023.