WOOD NBC 8 News Grand Rapids MI News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. NBC WOOD TV 13 Weather Channel Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States Live Online Streaming. WOOD television is associated with NBC. It is certified in Grand Rapids, United States. The channel is working for the Grand Rapids–Kalamazoo–Battle Creek television business. WOOD NBC is under the authority of Nexstar Media Group as part of a duopoly with Battle Creek.
It is certified ABC associate WOTV (channel 41). The channel is also a related to My-Network-TV associate WXSP-CD (channel 15). All three channels share offices on College Avenue Southeast in the Heritage Hill section of Grand Rapids. WOOD NBC transmitting tower is situated in Middl-eville near the Barry and Allegan county line.
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In addition to its main signal, WOOD NBC News functions as Class A digital translator WOGC News (UHF channel 25). It is certified to Holland with a transmitting tower in Zeeland along I-196 on the tower of WZZM ABC 13 News Grand Rapids. There is also a digital repeater on channel 46 which is certified to Muskegon with a transmitting tower in the Wolf Lake section of Egelston Township. The WOOD NBC logged on the air on August 15, 1949, as WLAV-TV. It was basically telecasting on VHF channel 7.
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The WOOD NBC News was the fourth television in Michigan and the first situated outside of Detroit. It was initially under the authority of Grand Rapids businessman Leonard Adrian Versluis. In 1940 he had also logged on Grand Rapids’ second radio station, WOOD NBC (1340 AM, now WJRW). In 1951, Versluis sold the station to Grandwood Telecasting for $1.37 million. The Bitner Group subsidiary was also the holder of NBC WOOD. It was the first radio channel in the city.
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Back in 1948, Grand-wood had initially applied for its television permit. The application unfortunately just hardly made a time limit prior. The Federal Communications Commission froze on new television construction permits. In reality, the application for WLAV News had been one of the last construction permits issued before the freeze.