Augusta, Georgia


TV Stations



We found 10 TV stations broadcasting 37 digital TV channels in the Augusta, Georgia, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

WJBF NewsChannel 6 Augusta, GA
CH 6UHF7.3 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • ABC6.1
  • MeTV6.2
  • Ion6.3
  • Ion Mystery6.4
WFXG Fox 54 Augusta, GA
CH 54UHF7.0 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • FOX54.1
  • Bounce TV54.2
  • Grit54.3
  • Court TV54.4
WAGT NBC 26 Augusta, GA
CH 26UHF7.3 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • NBC26.1
  • CW Plus26.2
  • Antenna TV26.3
WRDW News 12 Augusta, GA
CH 12VHF6.6 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • CBS12.1
  • NBC12.2
  • MyNetworkTV12.3
  • Circle12.4
  • True Crime Network12.5
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WEBA SCETV Allendale, SC
CH 14UHF36.5 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • PBS14.1
  • Create14.2
  • World14.3
  • PBS Kids14.4
CH 20VHF22.8 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • PBS20.1
  • Create20.2
  • World20.3
  • PBS Kids20.4
WNEH SCETV Greenwood, SC
CH 38UHF65.7 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS38.1
  • Create38.2
  • World38.3
  • PBS Kids38.4
WZRB  Columbia, SC
CH 47UHF69.1 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • Ion47.1
  • Court TV47.2
  • Ion Mystery47.3
  • Grit47.4
  • Defy TV47.5
  • TrueReal47.6
  • Newsy47.7
WKDC  Columbia, SC
CH 50UHF69.9 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Daystar50.1

TV Stations in Augusta, Georgia

Callsign Channel Network
WFXG 54 FOX +3
WAGT 26 NBC +2
WRDW 12 CBS +4
WBPI 49 Independent
WEBA 14 PBS +3
WCES 20 PBS +3
WNEH 38 PBS +3
WZRB 47 Ion +6
WKDC 50 Daystar
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