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Fave TV
AvailabilityNationwide (available on OTA digital television covering 36.56% of the U.S. as of March 6, 2021)[1]
TV stationsCBS Television Stations
Broadcast area
United States
OwnerCBS Entertainment Group
(ViacomCBS)
Launch date
December 15, 2020
Picture format

Fave TV is an American digital subchannel television network owned by the CBS Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of ViacomCBS. The channel soft-launched in the markets covered by CBS Television Stations on December 15, 2020, usually as a DT4 subchannel.[2][3]

Programming

The network's programming is mostly taken from the program archives of ViacomCBS's non-children's networks, along with carrying repeat syndicated sitcoms also carried by networks such as MTV2, BET and Logo.

Affiliates

Current

City of license / Market Station Channel
TV (RF)
Primary Affiliation
Los Angeles KCBS-TV 2.4 (31)
CBS (O&O)
Sacramento - Stockton - Modesto KOVR 13.4 (25)
San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose KPIX-TV 5.4 (29)
Miami - Fort Lauderdale WFOR-TV 4.4 (22)
St. Petersburg - Tampa WTOG 44.3 (19)
The CW (O&O)
Chicago WBBM-TV 2.4 (12)
CBS (O&O)
Baltimore WJZ-TV 13.4 (11)
Boston WBZ-TV 4.4 (20)
Detroit WWJ-TV 62.4 (21)
Minneapolis - St. Paul WCCO-TV 4.4 (32)
KCCW-TV
(Satellite of WCCO-TV)
12.4 (12)
New York City WCBS-TV 2.4 (36)
Philadelphia KYW-TV 3.4 (30)
Pittsburgh KDKA-TV 2.4 (25)
Dallas–Fort Worth KTVT 11.4 (19)

Former

Market Station Channel Years of affiliation Notes
Denver KCNC-TV 4.4 2020-2021 Replaced with MeTV

References

  1. ^ "Stations for Network - Fave TV". www.rabbitears.info. Retrieved March 6, 2021.
  2. ^ "ViacomCBS quietly launches new broadcast channel Fave TV". The Desk. 2021-01-06. Retrieved 2021-01-22.
  3. ^ Ellis, Rick. "What Is Fave TV? - AllYourScreens.com". allyourscreens.com. Retrieved 2021-01-22.