WVEC ABC 13 News Norfolk Va Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. ABC WVEC 13 local breaking News update Channel Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Live Online Streaming. ABC WVEC is a virtual and VHF digital channel 13. It is associated with ABC. The station is certified in Hampton, United States. ABC 13 WVEC is working for the Hampton Roads area of southeastern Virginia. The station is under the authority of Tegna Inc. WVEC’s offices are situated in Norfolk. Its transmitting tower is placed in the Driver neighborhood of Suffolk in Virginia.
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On September 19, 1953, ABC WVEC started its functions on UHF channel 15. It first came out as an associate of NBC. Peninsula Telecasting Corporation, Hampton businessman Thomas P. Chisman and many other shareholders were authoritative of the channel. They also owned the WVEC radio. In 1959, the channel exchanges its association with ABC. WWL CBS 4 News New Orleans.
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Two years after going on air, WVEC ABC took the association of NBC. By the end of the 1950s, WVEC-TV was associated with the NTA Film Network for a short period of time. Back in those days, the VHF channels were taking the lead over UHF frequency. The necessities for television sets to have UHF tuners were not made by the Federal Communications Commission.
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WVEC shifted to its present location on VHF frequency 16 on November 13, 1959. After two years, the present PBS member channel WHRO-TV took the channel 15 position. Corinthian Telecastingbought ABC WVEC News in 1980 from Chisman. It was the only channel left among “Big Three” channels in Hampton Roads which was regionally owned and operated.
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Belo bought Corinthian from Dun after four years. It had the authoritative rights of the Dallas Morning News and WVEC ABC in its residing city. By 1997, LNC5 was inaugurated by WVEC along with The Virginian-Pilot and Cox Communications. It was a 24-hour regional satellite news television. LNC5 broadcasted repeats of WVEC news bulletins and a live 10:00 p.m. news bulletin.