WTOC CBS 11 News Savannah GA

WTOC CBS 11 News Savannah GA Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. CBS WTOC TV 11 local breaking News update Channel Savannah, Georgia, United States Live Online Streaming. WTOC-TV is associated with CBS. The channel is certified to Georgia, Savannah, United States. It is working for southeastern Georgia’s Coastal Empire and southern South Carolina’s Low-country. The WTOC CBS telecasts a high-resolution digital signal on virtual and VHF frequency 11.

WTOC CBS 11 NewsThis is done from a transmitting tower along Fort Argyle Road/SR 204 in unincorporated Chatham County. WTOC CBS News is easily available on Comcast Xfinity WTGS FOX 28 News Savannah as well as Charter Spectrum channel 41. It is under the authority of Gray Television. CBS WTOC offices are situated off Chatham Center Drive in Savannah’s Chatham Parkway division. On October 15, 1929, WTOC CBS 11 News made its first telecast as the first radio station in the Savannah area. It was an initiative of civic group Junior Board of Trade. He was the precursor of the Savannah Jaycees.

WTOC CBS 11 News Savannah Live stream

After that, it was bought by William Knight, Jr. He later on finally added an FM channel in 1946. On February 14, 1954, Knight took a great financial possibility and set up WTOC News. It made its way to the television as the first television channel in the Savannah area. For quite a long time, WTOC had been the area’s associate of CBS Radio. Therefore, WTOC joined CBS and from that time onwards it has been associated with the network.

For two years, the channel ran production from all four networks. Later, in 1956, WSAV News (channel 3) took on the association of NBC. In 1970, WTOC shared ABC with WSAV up until CBS WJCL-TV (22) began its transmission. In the beginning, frequency 11 ran its production from offices on Abercorn Street in downtown Savannah. It was a self-supporting triangle-shaped tower. The tower was placed on the top of the office. In 1957, WTOC started its present 1,500-foot (460 m) tower along Fort Argyle Road in southwestern Chatham County.

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