WLUK Fox 11 News Green Bay Wisconsin live stream TV is a Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States. The channel is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group. Its slogan is Your Station For Balanced News and Serve Weather Coverage. Its channels are Digital;11(VHF), Virtual;11(PSIP). WLUK-TV has affiliations with 11.1;Fox, 11.2;Antenna TV, 11.3;tbd(O and O). It was launched on September 11,1954. Its sister station is WCWF. WLUK Fox 11 News Green Bay Wisconsin. WLUK also provides live streaming TV online free for its viewers. The channel has transmitter power of 40 kw and height 384m(1260ft). WLUK-TV has licensing authority of FCC. The two stations share studios on Lombardi Avenue (US 41) on the line between Green Bay and Ashwaubenon, next to the Resch Center; WLUK’s transmitter is placed on Scray’s Hill in Ledgeview. On cable, WLUK is available on Charter Spectrum channel 12.
WLUK-TV currently broadcasts 43 hours of local newscasts each week (with seven hours each weekday and four hours each on Saturdays and Sundays); in regards to the number of hours devoted to news programming, it is the highest local newscast output among the Green Bay market’s broadcast television stations and the second-highest among Wisconsin’s television stations (behind fellow Fox affiliate WITI in Milwaukee, which carries 56 hours each week). In addition to its main facilities, the station operates a Valley Newsroom on West College Avenue in Appleton along U.S. 41. The station has its own weather radar, known as “Fox 11 StormTrackerX”, at its main studios on Lombardi Avenue. The station also maintains a tower camera on its Doppler tower known as the “Lambeau Cam” which is essentially pointed in the direction of Lambeau Field. On June 5, 2007, WLUK replaced WGBA-TV as the provider of weather updates for the 11-station Midwest Communications radio cluster in Green Bay/Fox Cities and Sheboygan. In 2009, a new addition to the Lombardi Avenue studios was completed to increase the station’s newsroom space, and is known as the “Fox 11 Digital Content Center”. In March 2012, the station’s newscasts were stimulated into the Content Center as the station prepared its studio and facilities for high definition broadcasting, and began construction of an HD-optimized news set. Beginning with the 5:00 p.m. newscast on April 23, 2012, WLUK became the third station in the Green Bay-Appleton market to begin broadcasting its local news programming in high definition. The station uses the AFD #10 flag to present its newscasts in letterboxed widescreen for viewers watching on cable television through traditional 4:3 sets.