Late 1980s Edit
This is WVIZ-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, operating under a license granted to the Educational Television Association of Metropolitan Cleveland by the Federal Communications Commission. WVIZ broadcasts on channel 25, 536 to 542 megahertz, with 2.7 million watts effective radiated power, using studio-to-transmitter microwave relay KRN-41. WVIZ also operates translator stations W64AK in Sheffield Township, on channel 64, 770 to 776 megahertz, with 14,690 watts effective radiated power, W66AK in Gates Mills, on channel 66, 782 to 788 megahertz, with 112 watts effective radiated power, and W67AL in Thompson, on channel 67, 788 to 794 megahertz, with an effective radiated power of 44,556 watts. An affiliate of the Public Broadcasting Service, WVIZ-TV strives to operate in the public interest, and is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence.