Clarksburg, West Virginia

8

TV Stations

29

Channels

We found 8 TV stations broadcasting 29 digital TV channels in the Clarksburg, West Virginia, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

WVFX Fox 10 Clarksburg, WV
CH 10VHF2.1 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • FOX10.1
  • CW Plus10.2
  • Start TV10.3
WDTV  Weston, WV
CH 5VHF2.1 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • CBS5.1
  • MeTV5.2
  • Heroes & Icons5.3
  • Circle5.4
WBOY  Clarksburg, WV
CH 12VHF2.6 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • NBC12.1
  • ABC12.2
  • Ion Mystery12.3
  • Laff12.4
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WUSV  Fairmont, WV
CH 16UHF4.4 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Antenna TV16.1
WTAE Channel 4 Pittsburgh, PA
CH 4UHF75.1 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • ABC4.1
  • Cozi TV4.2
  • Story Television4.3
WOUC  Cambridge, OH
CH 44UHF73.8 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • PBS44.1
  • WOUB Classic44.2
  • World44.3
  • Create44.4
  • The Ohio Channel44.5
  • PBS Kids44.6
  • VoiceCo44.7
WNPB West Virginia Public Broadcasting Morgantown, WV
CH 24UHF43.3 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS24.1
  • World24.2
  • PBS Kids24.3
WTRF 7 News Wheeling, WV
CH 7VHF57.1 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • CBS7.1
  • MyNetworkTV7.2
  • ABC7.3
  • Ion Mystery7.4

TV Stations in Clarksburg, West Virginia

Callsign Channel Network
WVFX 10 FOX +2
WDTV 5 CBS +3
WBOY 12 NBC +3
WUSV 16 Antenna TV
WTAE 4 ABC +2
WOUC 44 PBS +6
WNPB 24 PBS +2
WTRF 7 CBS +3
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