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List of Warner Cable channels (Oshkosh, September 1974)

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Warner Cable customers in the towns and cities of Menasha, Neenah and Oshkosh, Wisconsin had access to the channels listed below in September of 1974. Warner Cable later became Time Warner Cable when Warner Communications and Time, Inc. (then-parent company of TIME, Sports Illustrated and Entertainment Weekly) merged to form Time Warner in 1990. Time Warner Cable was later spun-off and became its own independent, standalone company in 2009 before the company, along with Bright House Networks were acquired, merged, absorbed and integrated into Spectrum by Charter in 2016. Today, Charter Spectrum still provides services to all three areas.

Source: Newspapers.com (Paid subscription to "Publisher Extra" may be required for some sections)
CH# Name Notes/Today
2 Reuters News Status unknown, likely a teletext newswire channel with news stories and headlines from Reuters
3 WVTV Ch. 18 (Ind.)
Currently a dual CW and MyNetworkTV affiliate, owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group
(The second digital subchannel of WVTV, which houses the MNTV affiliation, was once a separately licensed station as WCGV)
4 WBAY Ch. 2 (CBS)
Green Bay
Swapped affiliations with WFRV when that station was bought by CBS directly and outright in 1992, sending
its former ABC affiliation to WBAY
(WBAY, today, is owned by Gray Television)
5 Stocks/Sports Status unknown (likely defunct), a teletext newswire/ticker service with local and national stocks as well as local,
regional, national and international sports news, scores and headlines
6 WPNE Ch. 38 (PBS)
Green Bay
Still a PBS member station, satellite of WHA-TV, Madison, owned by the University of Wisconsin
(Both WPNE and WHA are part of the PBS Wisconsin Network)
7 WFRV Ch. 5 (NBC)
Green Bay
Now a CBS affiliate owned by Nexstar Media Group
(Swapped affiliations with WLUK in 1983, with WFRV reassuming the ABC affiliation, and then again in 1992, this time with
WBAY after being purchased by CBS directly and outright, was network owned-and-operated until 2007)
8 WHA Ch. 21 (PBS)
Still a PBS member station and flagship of the PBS Wisconsin Network, owned by the University of Wisconsin
9 WGN Ch. 9 (Ind.)
Chicago, Illinois
The direct feed of the OTA station at the time, its later cable counterpart, WGN America, was rebranded as NewsNation
10 WMVS Ch. 10 (PBS)
One of two PBS member station in that market, the other being sister station WMVT
12 Weather Scan Defunct, likely an on-screen weather radar from the National Weather Service
(Predating the launch of The Weather Channel by nearly eight years and its digital cable companion channel Weatherscan (similarly named and NO
relation whatsoever to the aforementioned "Weather Scan" channel) by nearly 25 years)
13 WLUK Ch. 11 (ABC)
Green Bay
Currently a Fox affiliate, part of a duopoly with CW affiliate WCWF, owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group
(Swapped affiliations with WFRV, with WFRV reassuming the ABC affiliation and WLUK taking over the NBC affiliation in 1983, and then again in 1995,
this time with WGBA, with the latter taking over the NBC affiliation with WLUK assuming the Fox affiliation it picked from WGBA)