Daytona Beach, Florida|
Digital: 50 (
Virtual: 50 ( PSIP)
|Affiliations||Daystar ( O&O)|
|Owner||Word of God Fellowship|
|Licensee||Word of God Fellowship, Inc.|
|First air date||December 4, 1998|
|Call sign meaning||W PaX Daytona Beach|
|Former call signs||W42AM, later W57CV (1998—2002)|
|Former channel number(s)||Analog:|
50 (UHF, 1998—2009)
|Former affiliations||Unknown (1998—19??)|
Pax TV (19??—20??)
Ion Television (20??—2014)
|Transmitter power||15 kW|
|Height||117.68 m (386.1 ft)|
|Public license information||
WPXB-LD, virtual and UHF digital channel 50, is a low-powered Daystar owned-and-operated station licensed to Daytona Beach, Florida, United States. The station is owned by Word of God Fellowship, parent company of the Daystar Television Network. WPXB-LD's transmitter is located near Indian Lake within the Tiger Bay State Forest.
The station signed on in December 4, 1998, as W42AM, later W57CV. It changed call letters to WPXB-LP in 2002.
On July 8, 2009, WPXB flash-cut its signal to digital as WPXB-LD.
Sometime until 2014, WPXB-LD served as a translator of Orlando-based Pax TV (now Ion Television) owned-and-operated station WOPX-TV (channel 56) that relayed WOPX's programming to areas of east-central Florida that received a marginal to non-existent signal from WOPX, although there were significant overlap between the two stations' contours otherwise. WPXB-LD was a straight simulcast of WOPX-TV; on-air references to WPXB-LD were limited to Federal Communications Commission (FCC)-mandated hourly station identifications during programming. Aside from the transmitter, WPXB-LD did not maintain any physical presence locally in Daytona Beach.
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Programming |
|50.1||1080i||16:9||WPXB-LD||Main WPXB-LD programming / Daystar|
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