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WFVX-LP is a low-power television station located in Bangor, Maine. It operates as a Fox affiliate and is owned by Rockfleet Broadcasting. The station primarily serves the Bangor market and surrounding areas.
About WFVX-LP TV
WFVX-LP is a low-power television station in Bangor, Maine, United States, affiliated with the Fox network. It is owned by Rockfleet Broadcasting alongside ABC affiliate WVII-TV (channel 7). The two stations share studios on Target Industrial Circle in West Bangor and a transmitter on Black Cap Mountain along the Penobscot and Hancock county line.
WFVX-LP began broadcasting on April 13, 2003, as a Fox affiliate. The station was originally owned by MS Communications, but it was sold to Rockfleet Broadcasting in 2003.
WFVX-LP’s programming includes Fox network programming, as well as local news, weather, sports, and entertainment programming. The station also produces original programming, such as the morning show “Fox 22 Morning News” and the evening newscast “Fox 22 News at 10.”
WFVX-LP is available to subscribers of most cable and satellite providers in the Bangor area. The station also has a website and mobile app where viewers can watch live news and stream on-demand content.
WFVX-LP is a respected source of news and information for the Bangor area. The station has a team of experienced and knowledgeable reporters and anchors, and it provides comprehensive coverage of local news and events.