Christiansted, Virgin Islands

8

TV Stations

20

Channels

We found 8 TV stations broadcasting 20 digital TV channels in the Christiansted, Virgin Islands, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, and FOX affiliates.

WCVI CBS 23 Christiansted, VI
CH 23UHF1.5 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • CBS23.1
  • ABC23.2
  • Court TV23.3
WSVI VITN Channel 8 Christiansted, VI
CH 8UHF6.2 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Ion8.1
  • Channel 8 International8.2
  • VI TV8.3
  • Tracking the Tropics8.4
  • TheWord.TV8.5
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WTJX  Charlotte Amalie, VI
CH 12UHF45.5 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS12.1
  • PBS Kids12.2
  • WTJX Business12.3
WZVI Z21 Charlotte Amalie, VI
CH 21UHF44.4 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Independent21.1
  • Ion8.1
  • VI TV8.3
  • Tracking the Tropics8.4
WMNS TV2 Charlotte Amalie, VI
CH 22UHF46.0 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Independent22.1
WSJU Fresh HD Ceiba, PR
CH 32UHF73.4 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Independent32.1

TV Stations in Christiansted, Virgin Islands

Callsign Channel Network
WCVI 23 CBS +2
WSVI 8 Ion +4
WTJX 12 PBS +2
WVGN 19 NBC
WZVI 21 Independent +3
WVXF 17 This TV +1
WMNS 22 Independent
WSJU 32 Independent
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