WFTX FOX 4 News Fort Myers Fl Live Stream

WFTX-TV is a Fox-affiliated Live stream TV station serving Fort Myers and Naples, Florida, United States that is licensed to Cape Coral. Channel also provides Live Streaming TV Online free. The channel is owned by the E. W. Scripps Company. Its slogan is Fox 4 in Your Corner. Its channels are Digital;35(UHF), Virtual;36(PSIP). The channel has affiliation with 36.1;Fox, 36.32;Escape, 36.3;LAFF, 36.4;Grit. WFTX-TV was launched on October 14,1985. Its transmitter power is 930 kw,1000 kw(CP) and height is 404 m(1325 ft), 391 m(1283 ft)(CP). WFTX-TV has licensing authority of FCC. WFTX-TV’s studios are placed on Southwest Pine Island Road (SR 78) in Cape Coral, and its transmitter is positioned near Punta Gorda (east of I-75/SR 93) near the Charlotte and Lee county line. The station is branded as Fox 4, in reference to its channel location on most cable systems in the market. WFTX-TV presently broadcasts 37 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with seven hours on weekdays and one hour each on Saturdays and Sundays).

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In addition to its main studios, WFTX operates a Naples Newsroom on Tamiami Trail North (U.S. 41/SR 45) in that city. The station does not currently operate a sports department. The station’s news department was first established in 1994, with hour-long newscasts at 6 and 10 p.m.; the 6 p.m. newscast was canceled in 2000 and was replaced by syndicated programming. After the sale to Journal, WFTX extended its news department with a focus on consumer advocacy and investigative reporting as the main theme. A weekday morning newscast titled Fox 4 News Rising consequently debuted in the fall of 2006 that originally aired from 5 to 9 a.m. However, due to low ratings and the lack of consistent viewership, it was cut back to two hours, from 6 to 8 a.m.; the 5 a.m. hour would be reinstated on January 17, 2011. On May 25 after only eight months on-the-air, the nightly WZVN-produced newscasts on WNFM were dropped, due to Comcast’s frequent technical difficulties (the cable provider operates the MyNetworkTV affiliate) which delayed in the program’s ratings, as well as the success of the WXCW production. To take on the big three stations, WFTX began airing an hour-long weeknight 6 p.m. newscast on August 2, 2010, with the second half opposing against the national evening news programs on WZVN, WBBH and WINK.