Local WTTV CBS 4 News Indianapolis IN News Live Stream Weather and Sports update Channel Online Streaming. CBS WTTV TV 4 breaking news Channel Indianapolis, Indiana, United States Live Online Stream. CBS WTTV television is virtual channel 4 named UHF digital channel 48. It is associated with CBS. The channel is working for Indianapolis, United States. It is certified to Bloomington.
WTTV CBS is under the authority of the Tribune Telecasting subsidiary of the Tribune Media Company. It works as part of a duopoly with Fox associate WTHR NBC 13 News Indianapolis. The two channels share offices on Network Place in the Intech Park office development in northwestern Indianapolis. WTTV telecasting tower is situated on State Road 252 in Trafalgar.
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WTTV CBS News functions a full-time satellite station, WTTK. It is certified to Kokomo, which shares transmitting tower facilities with WXIN on West 73rd Street/Westlane Road. It is on the northern outskirts of Indianapolis west of Meridian Hills. WTTV CBS News was initially used to carry WTTV’s production to zones of central Indiana. Those areas that had minimal to non-existent reception of the main WTTV signal. This included the cities of Kokomo, Muncie, and Lafayette. Nevertheless, with the post-digital transition with the transmitting tower’s replacement into Marion County, it closely copies the signal contours of WRTV. There is noteworthy intersections between the reporting areas of both WTTV and WTTK’s signals.
The station first logged on the air on November 11, 1949. The WTTV CBS was initially telecasted on VHF channel 10. It was the second television channel to sign on in the state of Indiana. It was launched almost 6½ months after WFBM-TV logged on in May 1949. The channel has held the title to being Indiana’s oldest “continuously operating” television. It is because WFBM-TV had experienced a transmitting tower failure. Due to this, It went off the air for an extended period of time. This happened shortly after WTTV logged on. The station initially ran as a major NBC associate with secondary associations with ABC and the DuMont Television Network. It also aired production from CBS on occasion.