Guilford, Maine

7

TV Stations

24

Channels

We found 7 TV stations broadcasting 24 digital TV channels in the Guilford, Maine, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

WEXZ  Bangor, ME
CH 13VHF16.5 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Retro TV13.1
  • Rev'n13.2
WBGR MeTV Bangor Bangor, ME
CH 33UHF35.9 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • MeTV33.1
  • Heroes & Icons33.2
WABI TV 5 Bangor, ME
CH 5VHF40.6 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • CBS5.1
  • CW Plus5.2
  • Catchy Comedy5.3
  • Circle5.4
  • Ion5.5
  • Grit5.6
WMEB Maine Public Orono, ME
CH 12VHF40.6 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • PBS12.1
  • Create12.2
  • World12.3
  • PBS Kids12.4
WLBZ News Center Maine Bangor, ME
CH 2VHF50.2 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • NBC2.1
  • True Crime Network2.2
  • Quest2.3
  • Twist2.4
  • Shop LC2.5
  • GetTV2.6
  • QVC2.7
  • HSN2.8
Recommended Antenna
 Indoor
 Amplified
 Easy to Install
WFVX Fox 22 Bangor, ME
CH 22VHF52.8 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • FOX22.1
WVII ABC 7 Bangor, ME
CH 7VHF52.9 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • ABC7.1

TV Stations in Guilford, Maine

Callsign Channel Network
WEXZ 13 Retro TV +1
WBGR 33 MeTV +1
WABI 5 CBS +5
WMEB 12 PBS +3
WLBZ 2 NBC +7
WFVX 22 FOX
WVII 7 ABC
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