WLUC-TV Channel 6 Marquette
Slogan: WLUC TV6- Someplace Special
Web site: wluctv6.com
E-mail: visit web site
Programming: WLUC on TitanTV.com
Power/Height/Offset: 100,000 watts / 971 feet / -
- Analog Service Area
Digital Channel: 35
Digital Power/Height: 83,000 watts / 860 feet
- Digital Service Area
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Call Sign History:
- WLUC-TV: 1964
- WDMJ: 1956
Call Sign Origin: Lucky 6
Network Affiliation History:
- 1995: NBC
- 1992: ABC (primary), NBC, & FOX
- 19xx: CBS (primary), NBC
- 1968: CBS (primary), ABC
- 1957: CBS (primary), NBC, ABC
On Air Date: 1956
Owner: Barrington Broadcasting
Telephone: (906) 475-4161
- 6/2006: FCC approves sale of WLUC and translators W07DB Marquette and W14CE Escanaba from Raycom Media to Barrington Broadcasting.
- 3/2006: Announced that Raycom will be selling station to Barrington Broadcasting as part of a larger deal involving several other stations across the country.
- 1992: WJMN switches from ABC to CBS with CBS' purchase of WJMN and Green Bay station WFRV; WLUC then switches from CBS to NBC as its primary affliation. Some programming from FOX is also shown on WLUC.
- 19xx: WJMN switches main affiliation from NBC to ABC; WLUC switches its secondary affiliation from ABC to NBC but stays as a primary CBS affiliate.
- 1968: With the sign-on of WJMN-TV 3 Escanaba, WLUC drops NBC programming which is carried on WJMN. Station maintains its CBS affiliation.
- 1964: Sold to owners of WLUK Channel 11 Green Bay, WI. Call sign changes to WLUC-TV "Lucky 6".
- 1963: First color programming airs
- 1956: Signs on as WDMJ-TV and becomes the Upper Peninsula's first television station, owned by Daily Mining Journal newspaper. Primary affiliation was with CBS but also carried programming from NBC and ABC.
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