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WJBK is a Fox owned and operated Live Stream TV station licensed to Detroit, Michigan, United States. Its first air date was October 24,1948. Its slogan is News that works for you, Fox 2, working for you. Channel also provides Live Streaming TV Online free for its viewers. Its channels are Digital;7(VHF),Virtual;2(PSIP). Its affiliation with 2.1;Fox,2.2 Movies, 2.3; Buzzer. Its transmitter power is 27 kw and height is 314 m (1030 ft). Its licensing authority is FCC. The station is owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of Fox Corporation. WJBK’s studios and transmitter are located on West 9 Mile Road in the Detroit suburb of Southfield. WJBK’s over-the-air signal covers all of Metro Detroit, along with southwestern Ontario, Canada, surrounding the city of Windsor. On cable, the station is accessible on channel 12 on Comcast Xfinity’s Detroit city and South Oakland County systems, channel 2 in other suburbs and outlying areas and on AT&T U-verse, and channel 7 on Cogeco’s Windsor system.

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The station is also carried on most cable systems in southeast Michigan, southwestern Ontario and northwest Ohio. WJBK currently broadcasts 68½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 11½ hours each weekday and 5½ hours each on Saturdays and Sundays); in regards to the number of hours dedicated to news programming, it is the highest local newscast output among all broadcast television stations in the state of Michigan. WJBK functions a fleet of Ford E350 ENG vehicles with microwave transmission and video editing capabilities. The station also has (SNG) mobile satellite uplink capability. For aerial news coverage, WJBK shares a Eurocopter AS350BA A-star news helicopter with WXYZ-TV and WDIV-TV as part of a Local News Service agreement. In an effort to cut expenses, WJBK and WXYZ’s respective owners, Fox and the E. W. Scripps Company, established an LNS in all markets where both companies own stations. The stations pool newsgathering resources and share video during coverage of general news events. While the news department primarily focuses its local news coverage on southeastern Michigan, it also provides coverage of larger stories in southwestern Ontario, northern Ohio and the rest of Michigan.