WFXT FOX 25 News Boston TV Live Stream

WFXT virtual channel 25 (UHF digital channel 31), is a Fox-affiliated live stream tv station licensed to Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The station is owned by the Cox Media Group subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises. Its slogan is Complete New England News Coverage. Channel also provides Live Streaming TV Online free for its viewers. Its channels are Digital;31(UHF), Virtual;25(PSIP). Its affiliation with 25.1;Fox,25.2; Escape,25.3;Laff. Its former affiliation with Independent(1977-2009). Its transmitter power is 780kw,1000kw (CP) and height is 363m(1191ft),350m(1148ft)(CP). Its licensing authority is FCC. WFXT’s studios are located on Fox Drive (near the Boston-Providence Turnpike) in Dedham, and its transmitter is located on Cabot Street in Needham. It is one of six Boston television stations that are available in Canada through satellite provider Bell TV and cable provider EastLink.

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WFXT live stream tv is the largest Fox affiliate by market size that is not owned and operated by the network, although it was previously owned by Fox on two occasions (1987–1990 and 1995–2014). The station first signed on the air on October 10, 1977 as WXNE-TV (standing for “Christ (X) in New England”); originally operating as an independent station, it was originated by the Christian Broadcasting Network. The station’s early programming format was targeted at a family audience, consisting of older syndicated reruns and a decent amount of religious programming (including the CBN-produced program The 700 Club and programs from many other televangelists). Religious programs ran for about six hours a day during the week, and throughout the day on Sundays. The station also carried the daily and Sunday Mass from the Boston Catholic Television Center. Secular programming consisted of westerns, older movies, family-oriented drama series, old film shorts, and classic television series. By 1980, religious programs had been reduced on Sundays to 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. to midnight, and to about four to five hours a day during the week. For several years under CBN ownership, Tim Robertson assisted as the station’s program director, appointed by his father and CBN founder Pat Robertson. In February 2019, it was announced that Apollo Global Management would attain Cox Media Group and Northwest Broadcasting’s stations. Although the group planned to operate under the name Terrier Media, it was later announced in June 2019 that Apollo would also acquire Cox’s radio and advertising businesses, and retain the Cox Media Group name.