WHNT CBS 19 News Huntsville AL News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. CBS WHNT TV 19 Weather Channel Huntsville, Alabama, United States Live Online Streaming. WHNT television channel is associated with CBS. It is certified in Huntsville, United States. The channel is working for North Alabama’s Tennessee Valley. It telecasts a high-resolution digital signal on virtual and UHF channel 19.
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This is done from a transmitting tower on Monte Sano. WHNT CBS is under the authority of the Tribune Telecasting subsidiary of the Tribune Media Company. The channel has offices on Holmes Avenue Northwest in downtown Huntsville. It also has three news agencies. Commonly known as Decatur, Sand Mountain (Albertville), and Shoals (Florence).Read More About this Channel
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WHNT CBS started functioning on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1963. It was the first news channel to be inaugurated after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. WHNT CBS News has been a CBS associate for its whole existence. It is the only Huntsville-area channel to have never altered its association. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) initially certified the frequency for WHNT to the city of Fort Payne some 40 miles (64 km) to the southeast. The channel was launched by a former employee of Birmingham channel WAPI which is now NBC WAFF 48 News Huntsville. The man was Charles Grisham who is now deceased. He later added two other Southern channels, WSLA in Selma, Alabama and WHNT CBS in Columbus, Georgia, to his collection.
Affiliation and History of WHNT:
WHNT CBS News first used 16 mm film for most of its commercial and newsgathering. In 1979, it switched to the 3/4 inch videotape format. WHNT used this system until 1998 when new Panasonic DVC machines and cameras were purchased. In 1980, Grisham auctioned WHNT CBS to The New York Times Company. They ran it for over a quarter-century. WHNT services were relocated from Monte Sano Mountain to downtown Huntsville in 1987. The move was provoked by a fire that destroyed rival CBS WAFF-TV (station 48) offices. The transmitting tower is kept onMonte Sano. It is because the mountain provides the highest elevation in the immediate area.