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WJAR is the NBC-affiliated television station for the state of Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts licensed to Providence. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 51 from a transmitter in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Owned by Sinclair Broadcasting , the station shares studios on Kenney Drive in Cranston with ZGS Communications-owned Telemundo affiliate WRIW-CA . Syndicated programming on WJAR includes: Extra, Rachael Ray,  and Ellen.

Digital programming

Channel Name Programming Digital cable channels
51.1 WJAR-DT main WJAR programming/NBC HD Cox 700Full Channel 10

Verizon FiOS 510 Comcast 810

51.2 WJAR-DT2 "RTV 10.2" (ME TV) Cox 810

Full Channel 190 Verizon FIOS 460 Comcast 750

History

WJAR-TV signed on for the first time on July 10, 1949, broadcasting on channel 11. It was Rhode Island's first television station and the fourth in New England. It was owned by The Outlet Company, a department store chain headquartered in Providence, along with WJAR radio (AM 920, now WHJJ; and FM 95.5, now occupied by WBRU). It moved to channel 10 in 1953. WJAR initially carried programming from all four networks of the time (NBC, ABC, DuMont, and CBS), but has always been a primary NBC affiliate due to WJAR radio's long affiliation with NBC Radio.

In 1952 after hearing about repeated instances of interference in Connecticut between WJAR and WPIXNew York, the FCC changed the TV allcations for Providence, which mandated that WJAR move to Channel 10, which it did in the spring of 1953. After that date, WJAR was able to enjoy a much larger coverage area, since the interference with WPIX had ended.

Despite being an primary NBC affiliate, WJAR only carried a little more than half of NBC's program schedule during it's early years on the air; WJAR also broadcast about half of the CBS network schedule and a couple of shows each from ABC and DuMont every week.

It lost ABC in 1953 when WNET-TV signed on, and lost CBS in 1955 when WPRO-TV (now WPRI-TV) launched. When WNET-TV went dark in 1956, WJAR shared ABC programming with WPRO-TV until WTEV (now WLNE-TV) signed on in 1963. During the late 1950s, WJAR-TV was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network.[1] In 1954, WJAR-TV received national attention for its coverage of Hurricane Carol; newsreel films shot by WJAR cameramen of the storm and it's aftermath not only appeared on the station, but also fed to CBS and NBC for use on their evening news programs.

In November 1980, the Outlet Company left the department store business to concentrate on broadcasting. A year earlier, the station moved its studios from the Outlet Building to a three-story modern production facility next door. The department store remained standing until 1986, when it burned to the ground in a spectacular fire. WJAR cameras perched on the neighboring rooftop captured the most dramatic footage. In 1996, Outlet Communications merged with NBC. It was around this time that the station's studios were moved to their current location in an industrial area of Cranston just south of Providence.

In April 1997, WJAR began to operate primary WB and secondary UPN affiliate WLWC (which was owned by Fant Broadcasting) under a local marketing agreement (LMA). Even by the time that station signed on, the future of the LMA was in doubt given the fact that NBC, which inherited the arrangement from Outlet, did not want to run stations outside their core owned-and-operated outlets. The network, during this time, pushed Fant to sell WLWC. In September 1997, NBC came up with a three-way swap in which Fant exchanged WLWC and sister station WWHO in Columbus, Ohio to Paramount / Viacom for that group's NBC affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut, WVIT.

WJAR was one of four NBC O&Os in smaller markets that were put up for sale on January 9, 2006, along with stations in Columbus, Birmingham, Alabama, and Raleigh, North Carolina. Except for the Birmingham station, these were also once owned by Outlet. On April 6, 2006, NBC Universal and Media General announced that Media General would purchase WJAR as part of a $600 million dollar four station deal between the two companies. The deal was approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on June 26. As a result, WJAR became Media General's first television station in New England. For all intents and purposes, this undid the NBC-Outlet merger a decade earlier. For several months after the owner switch, WJAR's website remained in the format of an NBC O&O station. WJAR's redesigned website, which launched in early-December 2006, now credits Media General in its copyright notice and is no longer powered by Internet Broadcasting.

During the April 2007 Nor'easter, WJAR's over-the-air digital transmitter was damaged. Both digital signals, WJAR-HD and WJAR-DT2, were knocked off-the-air. The outage did not affect digital cable or satellite services as they do not get the signal from the digital transmitter.

In its earliest days, WJAR's logo included a Rhode Island Red rooster, the state bird of Rhode Island. Prior to WJAR's purchase by NBC, it had included various versions of a different stylized "10" above the WJAR call letters. This had been in effect for the previous twenty years. The stylized "10" was initially retained after the purchase, but with the NBC peacock attached to the right-hand side and the call letters removed. This was dropped in 2002 in favor of its current logo, which was first used on former sister station WCAU in Philadelphia. A modified version, used on newscasts since 2007, is designed and arranged similarly to other Media General station logos.

In January 2009, WJAR began broadcasting the Retro Television Network on its second digital channel and digital cable systems. On weekdays, this channel also carries Oprah at 4 andExtra at 7. WJAR-DT2 had previously carried NBC Weather Plus. Although the analog television shutdown originally scheduled for February 17, 2009 was postponed to June 12, WJAR made the transition as scheduled on February 17. This allowed ShopNBC station WWDP to begin operation of its permanent digital facility on channel 10.

News operation

More recently, however, WPRI has mounted a spirited challenge to this channel's longtime dominance. For a period in late-2007 and again since early-2009, WPRI has traded ranks in the weeknight 5 and 11 time slots. Specifically, the broadcast weeknights at 11 has gained popularity. As of the November 2010 sweeps period, that newscast on WPRI is the most watched in Rhode Island while WJAR continues its dominance in all other time periods. [2] For most of its history, WLNE has been and continues to be a distant third. This is despite recent significant format and personnel changes.For most of its history, WJAR has led the market with its top-rated newscasts. This can be attributed to being the oldest television channel in Rhode Island and a association early on with two well established radio stations. For the February and May 2010 Nielsen ratings period, this station was number one in all time slots. Its news weeknights at 6 reached a reported 71,000 households which was an advantage of nearly 20,000 over nearest competitor WPRI. For the key audience measure of adult 18-49 and adult 25-54 viewers, WJAR out-delivered the competition in virtually all of its newscasts.

On two occasions, WJAR has produced a prime time newscast at 10. The first began in April 1997 (entitled TV 28 News at 10) and was seen weeknights on WLWC in competition to the WPRI-produced show on Fox affiliate WNAC-TV. The broadcast was dropped that September when the LMA with WLWC ended. The second attempt has been airing on weeknights since October 1, 2007 when the station began producing NBC 10 News 10 at 10 on its NBC Weather Plus digital subchannel. It was originally a live ten minute production consisting of top stories of the day along with an updated weather forecast.

When WJAR-DT2 switched to RTV, the show expanded to a half-hour and was renamed NBC 10 News 10 at 10 on RTV. A new segment was added called "Flashback" which features vintage footage of past personnel. WLNE will sometimes air news at that time on its 24-hour cable news station, "NewsChannel 5", whenever significant news events occur or programming delays the WNAC broadcast. On September 6, 2010, WJAR began airing the area's second newscast weeknights at 7 joining WLNE. However, it also airs on Saturday nights unlike the other channel's weeknight production. WLNE's newscast was put on hiatus in 2011.

WJAR is notable for having employed both current hosts of Today, Matt Lauer and Meredith Vieira. Vieira started out as a reporter on the station in the late-1970s while Lauer was co-host of WJAR's version of PM Magazine in the early-1980s. Other notable alumni include current host of ABC News' This WeekChristiane Amanpour (formerly CNN Chief International Correspondent) and ESPN anchor Steve Berthiaume. In 2008, WJAR was awarded the National Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence for a small-market television station. In 2010, the station's website won another Murrow.

In addition to its main studios, WJAR operates three news bureaus. The Southeastern Massachusetts Bureau is based at The Standard Times newsroom on Elm Street in New Bedford. The South County Bureau is in The Westerly Sun newsroom on Main Street in Westerly. The Downcity Bureau is on Dorrance Street in Downtown Providence. The station uses a liveweather radar feed from the National Weather Service's Local Forecast Office on Myles Standish Boulevard in Taunton, Massachusetts. In weather segments, this data is presented in a forecasting system known as "Storm Team 10 VIPIR".

Newscast titles

  • Your Esso Reporter (1949–1954)
  • Tele News Daily (1954–1962)
  • The 6 O'Clock Report/The 11 O'Clock Report (1962–1970)
  • 10 Extra Effort News (1970–1973)
  • NewsWatch 10 (1973–1994)
  • NewsChannel 10 (1994–2005)
  • NBC 10 News (2005–present)

Station slogans

  • "Channel 10, Proud as a Peacock!" (1979–1981, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Channel 10, Our Pride is Showing" (1981–1982, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "We`re Channel 10, Just Watch Us Now" (1982-1983, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Southern New England's Leading News Station" (1982–1990)
  • "Channel 10 There, Be There" (1983-1984, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "WJAR, Let's All Be There/Channel 10, Let's All Be There" (1984-1986, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Come Home To Channel 10" (1986-1987, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Come On Home to 'JAR, Channel 10" (1987-1988, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Come Home To The Best, WJAR/Come Home To The Best, Only on Channel 10" (1988-1990, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Southern New England's Leading NewsChannel" (1990–1994)
  • "Channel 10 is The Place to Be!" (1990–1992, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "It`s A Whole New Channel 10" (1992-1993, localized version of NBC ad campaign)
  • "Turn to 10" (1994–2006)
  • "The Team You Trust" (2006–2012)
  • "Coverage You Trust" (2012-present)

News team

Anchors

  • Barbara Morse Silva - weekday mornings on The Sunrise Show (4:30-7:00 a.m.); also "NBC 10's Health Check" reporter
  • Frank Coletta - weekday mornings on The Sunrise Show (4:30-7:00 a.m.) and weekdays at noon; also "NBC 10 Money Watcher"
  • Dan Jaehnig - weeknights at 5:00, 7:00 and 11:00 p.m.
  • Patrice Wood - weeknights at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00 p.m.
  • Gene Valicenti - weeknights at 5:30 and 6:00 p.m.
  • Alison Bologna - weeknights at 5:30 and 7:00 p.m.; also "NBC 10 Money Watcher"
  • Mario Hilario - weekend mornings on The Sunrise Show (6:00-7:00 and 9:00-10:00 on weekends + 7:00-8:00 a.m. on Sundays); also general assignment reporter
  • TBD - Saturdays at 7:00 and weekends at 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. Usually on the weekends various sports reporters from WJAR and various WJAR general assignment reports anchor the Saturday and Sunday night newscasts. As of April 2014 there isn't anybody assigned to the weekend night news!

StormTeam 10 

  • Mark Searles (AMS/Sealed) - chief meteorologist; weeknights at 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 7:00 and 11:00 p.m.
  • Kelly Love - meteorologist; weekday mornings on The Sunrise Show (4:30-7:00 a.m.) and weekdays at noon
  • R.J. Heim - meteorologist; Saturdays at 7:00 and weekends at 6:00 and 11:00 p.m.; also fill-in
  • Kelly Bates (NWA/Sealed) - meteorologist; weekend mornings on The Sunrise Show (6:00-7:00 and 9:00-10:00 on weekends + 7:00-8:00 a.m. on Sundays)

Sports Team 10

  • Frank Carpano - sports director; Saturdays-Wednesdays at 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. + Sat. and Mon.-Wed. at 7:00 p.m.; also "NBC 10 Money Watcher"
  • Joe Kayata - sports anchor; Thursdays and Fridays at 6:00, 7:00 and 11:00 p.m.
  • Adam Bagni - sports anchor; reporter and fill-in

Reporters

  • Brian Crandall - general assignment reporter
  • Katie Davis - general assignment reporter; also "NBC 10 I-Team Investigator"
  • Olivia Fecteau - general assignment reporter
  • Parker Gavigan - general assignment reporter; also "NBC 10 I-Team Investigator"
  • Tony Gugliotta - general assignment reporter
  • Molly O'Brien - traffic reporter seen weekday mornings on The Sunrise Show (4:30-7:00 a.m.); also technology reporter
  • Cierra Putman - general assignment reporter
  • Bill Rappleye - political reporter
  • Susie Steimle - general assignment reporter

Past on-air staff

  • Christiane Amanpour - electronic graphics designer (1980s), former Chief International Correspondent for CNN, now host of ABC News' This Week (2010)
  • Mark Annick - reporter (1987–1994)
  • Caterina Bandini - reporter (1991–1996), former WHDH-TV anchor
  • Ken Bell - sports (1977–1979), now at WLNE-TV
  • Steve Berthiaume - sports (1990s), now at ESPN
  • Alison Bolonga - reporter (?-2006), now at WFXT-TV
  • Steve Bousquet- News reporter (1970s), columnist Miami Herald
  • Andrea Brody - weekend anchor (1996–1998), now at George Michael Sports Machine
  • Michelle Brown - reporter (2003–2009)
  • Bob Cain - anchor (1960s), former CNN anchor
  • Tim Carr - reporter (1982–1989)
  • Ginger Casey - anchor (1992–1997)
  • Chris Clark - sports director (1970–1983)(d)
  • George Colajezzi- News reporter (1970s)
  • Clay Cole - (see Al Rucker, below)
  • Tony Conigliaro - Sports (1970s), former Boston Red Sox outfielder. (deceased)
  • Ted Daniel - reporter (2004–2005), now at WFXT-TV
  • Dylan Dryer - weather (2004–2006), now at WHDH-TV
  • Jack Edwards - sports (1983–1985)
  • Stephen Frazier - anchor (1970s), now at CNN Headline News
  • Vince Gibbens - anchor (1975–1978) (deceased)
  • John Ghiorse- weather, (1968–1983, 1998–2009), retired
  • Bill Gile - weather (1997–2004)
  • Tim Gray - sports (1999–2004)
  • Ann Halloran - weekend anchor (1992–1996)
  • Carrie Jackson- News anchor/reporter (1979–1982)
  • Jack Kavanaugh - weekend anchor/ reporter (1973–1980)
  • Tom Kierein - Meteorologist (1978–1983) Now at WRC-TV
  • Ted Knight - Children's Theater, his five­day­a­week show (1950-1955)
  • Dyanna Koelsch- political reporter (1982–2001)
  • Tom Kole- political reporter (1980–1988)
  • Art Lake- WJAR(AM) radio host (1944–1949) initially anchor, then weather (1949–2003) first birthdays announcer (2003–2005); died on November 22, 2009[2]
  • Matt Lauer- PM Magazine host (1981–1985), now co-host of NBC's Today show
  • Franz Laubert- anchor (1960s)
  • Mike Lawrence- Reporter (1973–1977) Subsequently worked at WTHR-TV and WHDH-TV
  • Dave Layman - anchor (1973–1976)
  • Greg Liggins - anchor (1993–1995)
  • Nicole Livas - anchor (1997–2001), now at WAVY-TV
  • Kelly McGee - anchor, education reporter (1996–2009)
  • Mary Maguire - consumer reporter (1980s and 1990s)
  • Ken Malloy- anchor (1990–1992), now at KGPE
  • Pat Mastors - anchor (1982–1989)
  • Paul McGonagle - Mass. Bureau reporter/assistant news director (1995–2004) now at WFXT-TV
  • Martin Morenz- reporter (1989–1994), now at WFXT
  • Bill Northup- Reporter (1970s)
  • Margie O' Brien - reporter Now at WFXT-TV
  • Cathy Ray - anchor/ medical reporter (1983–1992),
  • Karin Reed - anchor/reporter (1993–2004)
  • Rhondella Richardson - reporter (1992–1994), now at WCVB
  • Joe Rocco - sports (1984–1996)
  • John Rooke - sports (1992–1996), also play-by-play man for Providence College basketball on WEEI-FM
  • Al Rucker - Al Rucker & the Seven Teens (1958–59), Al became Clay Cole on New York City television stations (1959–1968)
  • Keith Russell - sports (1996–1999), now at WPVI
  • Stacy Sager - reporter (1990s)
  • Frank Sommerville - anchor (1987–1991), now at KTVU-TV in San Francisco
  • Maria Stephanous - reporter (1990s), now WFXT-TV
  • John Sweeney - anchor (1970–1981), worked at CNN deceased
  • Kathryn Tappen - sports (2004–2006), now at NESN
  • Meredith Vieira - anchor/reporter (1976–1979), now co-host of NBC's Today show and the syndicated game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
  • Bob Ward- reporter/anchor (1988–1996), now at WFXT-TV
  • Doug White - anchor (1978–2005), died on August 15, 2006
  • Dick Wood - anchor (1970–1973)
  • Sara Wye- anchor (1971–1987) first Female Anchor in Providence
  • Tony Zarrella- sports (1988–1989) Now at WOIO-TV
  • Joe Zone- Sports (1979–1981) Now at WFSB-TV

References

  1. ^"Require Prime Evening Time for NTA Films", Boxoffice: 13, November 10, 1956
  2. ^http://www.pbn.com/WPRI-beats-WJAR-for-11-pm-newscast-in-tight-race-Lanni-claims-statistical-tie,54086

External links

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Who is the weather girl on WJAR TV?

Mario is the only one worth watching... They do a decent job reporting the local news but can they get someone who looks like a Mexican Spanish channels weather girl than Kelly Bates. I keep having to change the channel when she reports the weather she should be behind the scenes instead of in front of the camera. Just another morning male viewer.

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WJAR

NBC affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island

Not to be confused with WBTS-CD in Boston and WCAU in Philadelphia, which also use the "NBC 10" branding.

Television station in Massachusetts, United States

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CityProvidence, Rhode Island
ChannelsDigital: 25 (UHF)
Virtual: 10
BrandingNBC 10 (general)
NBC 10 News(newscasts)
Affiliations
OwnerSinclair Broadcast Group
(WJAR Licensee, LLC)

Sister stations

Ocean State Networks (OSN)

First air date

July 10, 1949 (72 years ago) (1949-07-10)

Former call signs

WJAR-TV (1949–1986)

Former channel number(s)

  • Analog:
  • 11 (VHF, 1949–1953)
  • 10 (VHF, 1953–2009)
  • Digital:
  • 51 (UHF, 2004–2015)
  • 50 (UHF, 2015–2019)

Former affiliations

All secondary:
CBS (1949–1955)
DuMont (1949–1956)
ABC (1949–1953, 1956–1963)
DT2:
NBC Weather Plus

Call sign meaning

taken from former sister radio stations

Licensing authority

FCC
Facility ID50780
ERP1,000 kW
HAAT302 m (991 ft)
Transmitter coordinates41°51′55.4″N71°17′12.7″W / 41.865389°N 71.286861°W / 41.865389; -71.286861

Public license information

Profile
LMS
Websiteturnto10.com

WJAR, virtual channel 10 (UHFdigital channel 25), branded on-air as NBC 10, is an NBC-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensed to Providence, Rhode Island, United States and also serving New Bedford, Massachusetts. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. WJAR's studios are located on Kenney Drive in Cranston, Rhode Island (shared with Telemundoowned-and-operated stationWYCN-LD), and its transmitter is located in Rehoboth, Massachusetts.

History[edit]

WJAR-TV signed on for the first time on July 10, 1949, broadcasting on channel 11. It was Rhode Island's first television station and the fourth in New England. It was owned by The Outlet Company, a department store chain headquartered in Providence, along with WJAR radio (AM 920, now WHJJ; and FM 95.5, now occupied by WLVO). In 1952, after hearing about repeated instances of interference in Connecticut between WJAR-TV and New York City's WPIX (also on channel 11), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s Sixth Report and Order changed the television allocations for Providence and forced the station to move to channel 10, which it did in the spring of 1953. At that time, WJAR's coverage area increased, since the interference with WPIX had been rectified.

WJAR-TV initially carried programming from all four networks of the time (NBC, ABC, DuMont, and CBS), but has always been a primary NBC affiliate due to WJAR radio's long affiliation with NBC Radio. Despite this, WJAR only carried a little more than half of NBC's program schedule during its early years on the air; WJAR also broadcast about half of the CBS network schedule and a couple of shows each from ABC and DuMont every week. It lost ABC in 1953 when WNET-TV (channel 16, now WNAC-TV on channel 64) signed on, and lost CBS in 1955 when WPRO-TV (now WPRI-TV) launched. When WNET-TV went dark in 1956, WJAR shared ABC programming with WPRO-TV until WTEV (now WLNE-TV) signed on in 1963. During the late 1950s, WJAR-TV was also briefly affiliated with the NTA Film Network.[1] In 1954, WJAR-TV received national attention for its coverage of Hurricane Carol; newsreel films shot by WJAR cameramen of the storm and its aftermath not only appeared on the station, but also fed to CBS and NBC for use on their evening news programs.

For many years in the 1970s, WJAR-TV broadcast men's basketball games of Providence College and the University of Rhode Island, with Chris Clark calling play-by-play. In the early 1970s, when PC was one of the top teams in the country (and the top college basketball team in New England), their home games at the newly opened Providence Civic Center were often sellouts, despite the fact that WJAR televised many of these home games live.

In November 1980, the Outlet Company left the department store business to concentrate on broadcasting. A year earlier, the station moved its studios from the Outlet Building to a three-story modern production facility next door. The department store remained standing until 1986, when it burned to the ground in a spectacular fire. WJAR cameras perched on the neighboring rooftop captured the most dramatic footage. In April 1993, the station's studios were moved to their current location in an industrial area of Cranston just south of Providence. Three years later, Outlet Communications merged with NBC, making WJAR the second network-owned station in the market (CBS owned WPRI-TV for parts of 1995 and 1996 before it was forced to sell the station to Clear Channel Communications after CBS and Westinghouse merged due to a significant signal overlap with WBZ-TV).

In April 1997, WJAR began to operate WB affiliate WLWC (which was owned by Fant Broadcasting) under a local marketing agreement (LMA). Even by the time that station signed on, the future of the LMA was in doubt given the fact that NBC, which inherited the arrangement from Outlet, did not want to run stations outside their core owned-and-operated outlets. The network, during this time, pushed Fant to sell WLWC. In September 1997, NBC came up with a three-way swap in which Fant exchanged WLWC and sister station WWHO in Columbus, Ohio to Paramount/Viacom for that group's NBC affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut, WVIT.

WJAR's logo from 2002 to 2014; imported from former sister station WCAU.

WJAR was one of four NBC O&Os in smaller markets that were put up for sale on January 9, 2006, along with stations in Columbus, Birmingham, Alabama, and Raleigh, North Carolina. Except for the Birmingham station, these were also once owned by Outlet. On April 6, 2006, NBC Universal and Media General announced that Media General would purchase WJAR as part of a $600 million four station deal between the two companies. The deal was approved by the FCC on June 26. As a result, WJAR became Media General's first television station in New England. For all intents and purposes, this undid the NBC-Outlet merger a decade earlier.

In its earliest days, WJAR's logo included a Rhode Island Red rooster, the state bird of Rhode Island. Prior to WJAR's purchase by NBC, it had included various versions of a different stylized "10" above the WJAR call letters. This had been in effect for the previous twenty years. The stylized "10" was initially retained after the purchase, but with the NBC peacock attached to the right-hand side and the call letters removed. This was dropped in 2002 in favor of an "NBC 10" logo first used on former sister station WCAU in Philadelphia. A modified version, used on newscasts starting in 2007, was designed and arranged similarly to other Media General station logos. In February 2014, both versions of that logo were replaced with the station's current logo.

On March 21, 2014, LIN Media entered into an agreement to merge with Media General in a $1.6 billion deal. Because LIN already owned CBS affiliate WPRI and operates Fox affiliate WNAC-TV, and the two stations rank among the four highest-rated stations in the Providence market in total day viewership, the companies were required to sell either WJAR or WPRI-TV to another station owner in order to comply with FCC ownership rules as well as planned changes to those rules regarding same-market television stations which would prohibit sharing agreements; the grandfathered LMA involving WNAC was included in the sale but remained with WPRI-TV due to the grandfathered status.[2][3][4] On August 20, 2014, Media General announced that it would keep WPRI and the LMA with WNAC and sell WJAR, along with WLUK-TV and WCWF in Green Bay and WTGS in Savannah, Georgia, to the Sinclair Broadcast Group in exchange for KXRM-TV and KXTU-LD in Colorado Springs and WTTA in Tampa Bay.[5][6] The sale was completed on December 19, marking Sinclair's return to owning a Providence market station after a year and a half, as it owned WLWC from January 2012 until April 2013.[7]

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

In January 2009, WJAR began broadcasting the Retro Television Network on its second digital channel and digital cable. WJAR-DT2 had previously carried NBC Weather Plus. WJAR replaced RTV with MeTV on September 26, 2011, as part of a groupwide affiliation agreement with Media General; the channel replaced RTV on some Media General-owned stations in other markets.[10]

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

WJAR discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over VHF channel 10, on February 17, 2009, the original date in which full-power television stations in the United States were to transition from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate (which was later pushed back to June 12, 2009). The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 51,[11] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 10. This allowed ShopNBC station WWDP to begin operation of its permanent digital facility on channel 10.

Availability in other Massachusetts counties[edit]

WJAR has traditionally been available in many other Massachusetts municipalities outside Bristol County, mainly in Plymouth County and Cape Cod. On December 8, 2011, cable operator Comcast had to move WJAR off channel 10 outside Bristol County, due to a must-carry claim by WWDP asking for carriage on cable channel 10 (along with later claims by NBC Boston for channel 10).[12] Thus, outside of Bristol County on Xfinity and Verizon Fios, its carriage ranges between channels 96 and 99.

Ocean State Networks (OSN)[edit]

Ocean State Networks logo

On May 2, 2012, WJAR partnered with Cox Communications to launch Ocean State Networks (OSN). This channel replaces NewsChannel 5 (formerly the Rhode Island News Channel), operated by Cox and WLNE-TV from November 30, 1998 until February 1, 2012, when WJAR programming first appeared on the channel. OSN airs NBC 10 newscasts throughout the day and night, as well as Cox Sports programming, including live local high school and collegiate sports events. Teams featured on OSN include the Pawtucket Red Sox, Providence Friars, Rhode Island Rams, and the Rhode Island Interscholastic League. The channel is exclusively available to Cox Cable subscribers on channel 5 and in high-definition on channel 1005. As a result of the launch of OSN, Cox Sports (channels 3 and HD 1003) was removed from the lineup, with all programming being moved to OSN.[13]

Programming[edit]

In addition to its local newscasts, WJAR clears the entire NBC network schedule, though during the late 1970s up to 1995, WJAR preempted NBC's noon programming for their noon newscast. Syndicated programming on WJAR includes Live with Kelly and Ryan (which delays the fourth hour of Today), Dateline, Extra, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show among others.

News operation[edit]

WJAR broadcasts 37½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with six hours each weekday, 3½ hours on Saturdays and four hours on Sundays).

For most of its history, WJAR has been the far-and-away ratings leader in the Providence–New Bedford market. WPRI is consistently in second place, while WLNE has usually been a distant third. This can be attributed to WJAR being the state's oldest station, as well as its association with its well established radio sisters. In all four Nielsen ratings periods in 2016, the station was number one in all time slots.

In mid-1988, WJAR broke a tradition in its market: it began broadcasting news on weekdays at 5:30 p.m. with The 5:30 Report (renamed in 1992 as Up-front at 5:30), that included the top stories of the day, plus a cooking segment, weather and entertainment news. It was expanded to one hour in January 1995, and was restructured as a conventional newscast.

In 2000, WJAR's news opens started off with "Thank you for turning to 10" before opening their newscasts. However, it was dropped in 2008.

On two occasions, WJAR has produced a prime time newscast at 10. The first began in April 1997 (entitled TV 28 News at 10) and was seen weeknights on WLWC in competition to the WPRI-produced show on Fox affiliate WNAC-TV. The broadcast was dropped that September when the LMA with WLWC ended. The second attempt has been airing on weeknights since October 1, 2007 when the station began producing NBC 10 News 10 at 10 on its NBC Weather Plus digital subchannel. It was originally a live ten-minute production consisting of top stories of the day along with an updated weather forecast.

When WJAR-DT2 switched to RTV, the show expanded to a half-hour and was renamed NBC 10 News 10 at 10 on RTV. A new segment was added called "Flashback" which features vintage footage of past personnel. WLNE occasionally aired news at that time when it operated Cox channel 5 as NewsChannel 5, primarily when sports preempted WNAC's newscast. On September 6, 2010, WJAR began airing the area's second newscast weeknights at 7 joining WLNE. However, it also airs on Saturday nights unlike the other channel's weeknight production. WLNE's newscast was officially canceled in April 2011.

WJAR is notable for having employed three Today Show personalities. Former Today hosts Matt Lauer and Meredith Vieira worked at WJAR. Vieira started out as a reporter on the station in the late-1970s while Lauer was co-host of WJAR's version of PM Magazine in the early-1980s. In 2012, former WJAR meteorologist Dylan Dreyer became began doing weekend weather on Today. Other notable alumni include CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour and ESPN anchor Steve Berthiaume. In 2008, WJAR was awarded the National Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence for a small-market television station. In 2010, the station's website won a second national Murrow. In 2011, the station won its third national Murrow in a row, this time in the "Breaking News" category for its coverage of recent historic flooding. In 2012, the station's web site won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award.[citation needed]

On May 16, 2011, WJAR became the first station in the Providence market to air newscasts in high-definition.[14] A new set was constructed for the transition to HD and debuted on NBC 10 News Sunrise that morning. Photos of the set as it was being built were posted on the station's Facebook page. During construction, newscasts were broadcast from a temporary set in the station's Studio B. Several technological upgrades were also made.[15] In addition to its main studios, WJAR operates two news bureaus. The Bay State Newsroom is located at the old Standard Times building on Pleasant Street in New Bedford. The Downcity Bureau is on Dorrance Street in Downtown Providence. The station uses a live weather radar feed from the National Weather Service's Local Forecast Office on Myles Standish Boulevard in Taunton, Massachusetts.

In June 2015, after being sold to Sinclair, they brought back the "Thank you for turning to 10" before opening their newscasts when the Sinclair graphics debuted. However, it was dropped again on September 23, 2019.

Notable former employees[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^TV Station Mega Merger: Media General, LIN Set $1.6 Billion Deal from Variety (March 21, 2014)
  3. ^Media General acquiring LIN Media for $1.6 billion, Los Angeles Times, March 21, 2014.
  4. ^Media Gen/LIN To Sell/Swap In Five Markets, TVNewsCheck, March 21, 2014.
  5. ^"Media General, LIN Sell Stations In 5 Markets". TVNewsCheck. August 20, 2014. Retrieved August 20, 2014.
  6. ^McKinney, Mike (August 20, 2014). "Media General to sell Channel 10 WJAR to Sinclair Broadcast Group". The Providence Journal. Retrieved August 20, 2014.
  7. ^Sinclair Broadcast Group Closes on Certain Station Acquisitions and Divestitures with Media GeneralArchived December 19, 2014, at the Wayback Machine, Press Release, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Retrieved December 19, 2014
  8. ^RabbitEars TV Query for WJAR
  9. ^Where to watch Me-TV: WJAR
  10. ^Me-TV Beefs Up Roster With 10 New Stations, TVNewsCheck, September 15, 2011.
  11. ^"DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and the Second Rounds"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on August 29, 2013. Retrieved March 24, 2012.
  12. ^Comcast in Boston Will Feature WJAR 10, GoLocalProv, December 6, 2011.
  13. ^"NBC 10, Cox launch Ocean State Networks". turnto10.com. April 28, 2012. Archived from the original on June 16, 2012. Retrieved May 25, 2012.
  14. ^Smith, Andy (May 10, 2011). "High-def TV is in the news, especially at WJAR". Providence Journal. Retrieved May 14, 2011.
  15. ^"WJAR-TV upgrades Grass Valley automated system for HD local news". Broadcast Engineering. Retrieved May 14, 2011. - dead link
  16. ^"CPJ Board of Directors". Committee to Protect Journalists.
  17. ^"Christiane Amanpour to join ABC News". CNN. March 18, 2010. Retrieved April 30, 2010.
  18. ^Previously, she was a culture and entertainment anchor and producer for CNN and served as co-host for Showbiz Tonight on HLN. Based in CNN's Los Angeles, California bureau, Anderson joined the network in July 2000.
  19. ^Chuck Roberts (May 7, 2000). "Chuck Roberts, CNN Headline News anchor, discusses the debut of Headline News on January 1, 1982". CNN.

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Broadcast television in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts, including Providence and New Bedford

Reception may vary by location and some stations may only be viewable with cable television

Local telecast stations
  • WLNE-TV (6.1 ABC, 6.2 Grit, 6.3 Mystery, 6.4 Court TV)
  • WYCN-LD (8.1 TMD, 8.2 TXO, 8.3 Cozi, 8.4 LX)
  • WJAR (10.1 NBC, 10.2 MeTV, 10.3 Comet, 10.4 TBD)
  • WPRI-TV (12.1 CBS, 12.2 MNTV, 12.3 Bounce, 12.4 GetTV)
  • WLWC (28.1 Court TV)
  • WSBE-TV (36.1 PBS, 36.2 Learn)
  • WRIW-CD (51.1 TMD)
  • WNAC-TV (64.1 Fox, 64.2 CW, 64.3 Laff, 64.4 ANT)
  • WPXQ-TV (69.1 Ion, 69.2 Laff, 69.4 Bounce, 69.5 Defy, 69.6 TrueReal)
Greater Boston stations
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  • WGBH-TV (2.1 PBS, 2.2 World)
  • WBZ-TV (4.1 CBS, 4.2 Start, 4.3 Dabl, 4.4 Fave)
  • WCVB-TV (5.1 ABC, 5.2 MeTV)
  • WHDH (7.1 Ind., 7.2 This)
  • WBTS-CD (15.1 NBC, 15.2 Cozi, 15.3 Lx)
  • WFXZ-CD (24.1 BizTV)
  • WFXT (25.1 Fox, 25.2 Mystery, 25.3 Laff)
  • WSBK-TV (38.1 MNTV, 38.2 H&I, 38.3 Comet, 38.4 Charge!, 38.5 Circle)
  • WGBX-TV (44.1 PBS, 44.3 Create, 44.4 Kids)
  • WWDP (46.1 ShopHQ)
  • WLVI (56.1 CW, 56.2 Buzzr)
  • WDPX-TV (58.1 Court TV)
  • WNEU (60.1 TMD, 60.2 TXO)
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  • WBPX-TV (68.1 Ion, 68.2 Mystery, 68.4 Bounce, 68.5 Defy, 68.6 TrueReal)
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