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List of Ceracche TV Cable channels (Ithaca, July 1968)
Parent Page: List of Retro Cable lineups in the United States
Ceracche TV Cable customers in Ithaca, New York had access to 12 channels (via microwave and coaxial antenna transmission) in July of 1968. Today, with the advent of satellites and satellite dishes as well as Internet services, Charter Communications operates cable television services in Ithaca through Spectrum. (Source: TVTV.us)
- CALL — The call letters of an over-the-air television station in bold text.
- CABLE — Cable channels in regular text.
- ## — Over-the-air channel number for stations within the Syracuse television market, according to current laws by the FCC and mapping of markets by Nielsen Media Research. Also, some stations may service areas outside of the television market as well.
- ## — Over-the-air channel number for distant out-of-market stations, including regional and national "superstations", according to current laws by the FCC and mapping of markets by Nielsen Media Research.
- Network affiliated stations will have the network's logo (of the corresponding era) next to them and independent stations are unmarked.
The Syracuse television market includes (at least parts of) 8 counties in New York with market hubs in bold text:
- Counties: Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Oneida (areas west of NY-26), Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca and Tompkins
- Cities: Aurora, Auburn, Baldwinsville, Bouckville, Brookfield, Brooktondale, Canastota, Cayuga Heights, Cazenovia, Chittenango, Cicero, Cincinnatus, Clay, Delphi Falls, Dewitt, East Syracuse, Erieville, Fairmount, Fayetteville, Freeville, Groton, Hamilton, Homer, Ithaca, Lansing, Manlius, Minetto, Moravia, Morrisville, Nedrow, Oneida, Oswego, Preble, Rome (areas west of NY-26), Solvay, Split Rock, Syracuse, Truxton, Tully and Weedsport
|2||24 Hour News & Weather||Defunct, likely a bulletin board-type channel with news and weather|
(Along with some programs from Ithaca College, with audio also fed in from co-owned WICB 91.7 FM)
|3||3 WSYR-TV Syracuse||Currently a dual NBC and CW affiliate (now as WSTM-TV), owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group|
(Call letters changed to the current WSTM-TV in March of 1980, what was WNYS-TV on 9 took on the call letters in
2005 as WSYR-TV, also operates CBS affiliate 5 WTVH, owned by Granite Broadcasting)
|4||40 WINR-TV Binghamton||Currently a dual Fox and MyNetworkTV affiliate as WICZ-TV|
(Owned by Imagicomm Comunications, call letters changed to the current WICZ-TV in April of 1971)
|5||5 WHEN-TV Syracuse||Then and now, still a CBS affiliate (now as WTVH), owned by Granite Broadcasting|
(Call letters changed to the current WTVH in 1976, operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group through dual NBC and CW
affiliate 3 WSTM-TV)
|6||34 WBJA-TV Binghamton||Then and now, still an ABC affiliate (now as WIVT), owned by Nexstar Media Group|
(Took on the current WIVT call letters in February of 1998, also sister station to NBC affiliate 5 WBGH-CD, which
assumed the affiliation after 40 WICZ-TV switched over to Fox)
|7||9 WOR-TV New York, NY||Moved to Secaucus, New Jersey in 1983 and now a MyNetworkTV O&O as WWOR-TV|
(Owned by Fox Television Stations as part of a duopoly with Fox network flagship 5 WNYW, then known as
WNEW-TV, an independent in 1968)
|8||8 WROC-TV Rochester||Currently an CBS affiliate, owned by Nexstar Media Group|
(Swapped affiliations with 10 WHEC-TV in 1989 with WROC going with CBS and WHEC going with NBC)
|9||9 WNYS-TV Syracuse||Then and now, still an ABC affiliate (now as WSYR-TV), owned by Nexstar Media Group|
(Call letters changed to WIXT in 1978, then to WIXT-TV in 1982 before finally settling on the current WSYR-TV in
2005, 43 WSNR-TV (which signed onto the air in 1989) took on the WNYS-TV call letters in 1994 before that
station ceased operations in January of 2020)
|10||24 WCNY-TV Syracuse||Currently a PBS member station|
(Owned by The Public Broadcasting Council of Central New York, Inc., NET (short for National Educational Television)
was relaunched and rebranded as PBS (short for Public Broadcasting Service) in 1971, co-owned with NPR member
radio station WCNY-FM (at 91.3 FM), split channel, exact carriage hours unknown at this time)
|10 WHEC-TV Rochester||Currently an NBC affiliate, owned by Hubbard Broadcasting|
(Swapped affiliations with 8 WROC-TV in 1989 with WROC going with CBS and WHEC going with NBC, split channel,
exact carriage hours unknown at this time)
|11||11 WPIX New York, NY||Now a CW network affiliate, owned by Mission Broadcasting|
(Operated by Nexstar Media Group, technically network-operated due to Nexstar's 75 percent stake in The CW, with the
remaining 25 percent split between Paramount Global and Warner Bros. Discovery at 12.5 percent each way)
|12||12 WNBF-TV Binghamton||Currently a dual CBS and CW+ affiliate (now as WBNG-TV), owned by Gray Television|
(Call letters changed to the current WBNG-TV in 1972)
|13||13 WOKR-TV Rochester||Currently a dual ABC and CW affiliate (now as WHAM-TV), owned by Deerfield Media|
(Operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group through Fox affiliate 31 WUHF (which was NOT yet on the air until January of
1980), call letters changed to the current WHAM-TV in January of 2005)