WWMT CBS 3 News Grand Rapids MI News Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream. CBS WWMT TV 3 Weather Channel Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States Live Online Streaming. WWMT television is associated with CBS. It is certified in Kalamazoo, United States. The channel is working for the Grand Rapids–Kalamazoo–Battle Creek television business. WWMT is under the authority of the Sinclair Telecast Group. Its offices are situated on West Maple Street in Kalamazoo, The transmitting tower is situated in northwest Yankee Springs Township on Chief Noonday Road/M-179 near Patterson Road. On satellite, the channel is accessible on Charter Spectrum and Comcast Xfinity WWMT CBS 3 News.
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The channel logged on the air on June 1, 1950, as WWMT CBS. It was West Michigan’s second television channel to launch after WLAV-TV and was under the authority of telecasting pioneer John Fetzer. They also held WKZO radio, which Fetzer had owned since 1930. WWMT CBS News ran production from all four networks of the time: WWMT CBS, ABC, WOOD NBC 8 News Grand Rapids, and DuMont. Nevertheless, it has always been a chief WWMT CBS associate owing to its related radio station’s longtime association with the CBS Radio Network.
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From the beginning, WKZO Grand Rapids had function problems due to the presence of WTMJ-TV across Lake Michigan. In 1953, WWMT CBS shifted to channel 4. This, in turn, inclined WBBM-TV in Chicago to shift from channel 4 to channel 2. It was a condition of its purchase by WWMT. Until WSBT-TV logged on in 1952, WKZO-TV also worked as the default WWMT associate for South Bend, Indiana.
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After that network shut down WWMT CBS News lost DuMont in 1956. Soon after that, the WWMT CBS News relocated their production to an old car dealership on West Maple Avenue in Kalamazoo. Here the channel rests based to this day. In 1960, Fetzercon structured a new 1,100-foot transmitting tower near the northern edge of Gun Lake. The new tower was close enough to Grand Rapids to offer it city-grade coverage. It was able to do so while still being within 15 miles of Kalamazoo as required by Federal Communications Commission regulations.