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<table border="0" width="100%" cellPadding="15" height="100%"><tbody><tr><td width="34%"><p align="center"><a _extended="true" href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2635"><div align="center"><a _extended="true" href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2635"><img width="150" src="/images/Multi_Media/mystateline/nxd_media/img/jpg/2008_04/abde5492-a3e2-e444-99f3-47667e0f81f3/raw.jpg" alt="WTVO-logox1502008-04-16-1208362853.jpg" height="61" style="width: 150px; height: 61px" /></a><a _extended="true" href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2635"><strong _extended="true"><span _extended="true"><br />A History of WTVO</span></strong><br _extended="true" /></a>WTVO began operations on May 3, 1953 under the original ownership of Harry and Elmer Balaban.&nbsp; WTVO was the first station to air programming in the Rockford market.<br /><span class="style1"><a href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2635" class="style1">&gt;&gt;more</a><a _extended="true" href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2635"> <br /></a></span></div></a></p></td><td width="34%" align="center" class="style1"><div style="text-align: center"><a _extended="true" href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2631"><img width="150" src="/images/Multi_Media/mystateline/nxd_media/img/jpg/2008_04/08c270b5-76c8-c454-1517-cdf8c59fd475/raw.jpg" alt="WQRF-FOX-39-Logo2008-04-16-1208362891.jpg" height="54" style="width: 150px; height: 54px" /></a></div><span _extended="true"><strong _extended="true"><br /><span class="style2"><span class="style3"><a _extended="true" href="http://www.mystateline.com/fulltext/?sid=f07e875c88a5c52f884c909b9482cadd&amp;nxd_id=2631">A History of WQRF FOX 39<br _extended="true" /></a></span></s

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A History of WTVO

WTVO began operations on May 3, 1953 under the original ownership of Harry and Elmer Balaban.  WTVO was the first station to air programming in the Rockford market.
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A History of WQRF FOX 39
WQRF first signed on in November 1978 with the goal of offering residents an extensive array of programming.
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A History of Rockford's My Network TV
WTVO-DT came online on September 22nd, 2003 as a UPN affiliate. It changed format to the My Network TV format in September of 2006.

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