1989 (WUHQ-TV) Edit
This is WUHQ-TV 41, Battle Creek, Michigan, concluding another day of television service. WUHQ-TV is owned and operated by Channel 41, Incorporated, and broadcast on a federally assigned frequency of 633.26 megahertz, at a power of 2 million watts. WUHQ-TV uses studio-to-transmitter link WEF-85, and has studio and offices in the Fort Custer Industrial Park at 5200 West Dickman Road, Battle Creek. The WUHQ transmitter is in Orangeville, Michigan. Portions of programming throughout the day have originated on videotape, film or slide. Thanks for watching, and please join us again tomorrow. Have a good night.
Thank you for watching another day of telecasting from WOTV, Battle Creek. WOTV operates on an assigned frequency of 633.26 megahertz, with an effective radiated power of 2 million watts. Our transmitter is located in Orangeville, Michigan. WOTV is owned by Channel 41, Incorporated, and operated by LIN Michigan Broadcasting, Incorporated. We would like to hear from you, our viewers. Please address your comments to WOTV, P.O. Box 1616, Battle Creek, Michigan. WOTV serves Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, and all of the West Michigan area.