My32 Green Bay

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My32 established since March 1984 is a MyNetworkTV affiliate broadcasting from Green Bay, WI and is licensed to Appleton. E.W. Scripps Company is owner of the station that shares duopoly with WGBA, an NBC affiliate in Green Bay broadcasting on Ch 26. Both the sisters are stationed on North Road along Airport Drive/WIS 172 with transmitter facilities in the Shirley Section of Glenmore, WI. It is carried by Charter Spectrum, Comcast Xfinity and AT&T U-verse on Ch 83, Ch 13, Ch 17 and Ch 32 respectively in SD feed while Spectrum Ch 1013 and Xfinity and U-verse Ch 1032 can be used to access My32 in HD.

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Sub-Channels: 32.1 MyNetworkTV

32.2 Grit

32.3 Escape

Sisters: WTMJ and WGBA

Website: www.nbc26.com/my32

 

History

The channel first launched on March 7, 1984 as WXGZ-TV and was the maiden service licensed to Appleton while operating from outside the city under the ownership of Appleton Midwestern Television. Test transmissions were initiated on Jan 31, 1984 before the channel formally went on air on March 7, 1984. At its onset, WZGZ was a non-affiliated service and remained independent during first three years of its operations. It broadcasted off-network sitcoms and syndicated content. The channel was branded as Super 32 and became a Fox network affiliate on Oct 6, 1986. It after singing as Fox affiliate became the maiden channel in the market to broadcast in stereo.

The station was hit by financial troubles and declared bankruptcy in Nov 1991. However, due to unavailability of a suitable buyer WXGZ shut down on Feb 14, 1992 after eight years of operations. Upon the shutdown of the service, WGBA, also independent at that time replaced WXGZ as a Fox affiliate. The license of the channel was transferred to a holding company in Aug 1992 before being acquired by Ace TV Incorporated.

Relaunch as WACY-TV after Initial Troubles

The license of the channel was brought back in use in June 1994. It became a charter affiliate of UPN on Jan 16, 1995 while maintaining a secondary affiliation with The WB which it maintained until June 1999. The calls of the service were changed to WACY-TV in Aug 1995. Journal Communications in 2004 took over station under an LMA as a part of deal that saw it also acquire WGBA form Aries Telecommunications.

 

Affiliation with MyNetworkTV

It signed affiliation with MyNetworkTV in 2006 and changed its branding to My32. On Sep 4, 2012, FCC made the approval of full transfer of WACY to Journal Communications; the deal completed on Oct 23, 2012. On April 1, 2015, Channel 32 went under the control of E. W. Scripps Company.

 

Programming

Besides clearing all of MyNetworkTV lineup, the channel broadcasts a good range of syndicated programs which include Two and a Half Men, The Real Cops, The Simpsons and others. Mad Dog & Merril’s Midwest Grillin is a long-hosted locally produced cooking show. It also airs College and High School sports programming while also sponsoring minor league like NBA G League and USHL: United States Hockey League seasons. You can watch My32 online and follow it on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Here is the website: https://www.nbc26.com/my32