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WOOH-LD
Zanesville, Ohio
United States
ChannelsDigital: 29 (UHF)
Virtual: 29
Programming
AffiliationsSilent
Ownership
OwnerLuken Communications
(Digital Networks-Northeast, LLC)
History
FoundedFebruary 12, 1999
Former call signs
W16BT (1999)
W36AY (1999–2001)
W16BT (2001–2017)
WOOH-LP (2017–2020)
Former channel number(s)
Analog:
36 (UHF, 1999–2001)
16 (UHF, 2001–2020)
TBN
Technical information
Licensing authority
FCC
Facility ID190268
ERP1.39 kW
15 kW (CP)
HAAT27.7 m (91 ft)
73.4 m (241 ft) (CP)
Transmitter coordinates39°55′18″N 82°56′16″W / 39.92167°N 82.93778°W / 39.92167; -82.93778
40°0′36.7″N 83°11′18.8″W / 40.010194°N 83.188556°W / 40.010194; -83.188556 (CP)
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Public license information
Profile
LMS

WOOH-LD, virtual and UHF digital channel 29, is a low-power television station licensed to Zanesville, Ohio, United States which is currently silent. The station is owned by Luken Communications. It was most recently a repeater that broadcast programming from the Trinity Broadcasting Network, via satellite.

TBN took the then-W16BT silent on March 26, 2010 due to Trinity's purchase of WSFJ-TV (channel 51), a full power station broadcasting from neighboring Licking County. The station changed its call sign to WOOH-LP on September 20, 2017.