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Pennsylvania

Lilly Broadcasting owns WICU in Erie, Pennsylvania. WICU 12 is an NBC affiliate. WICU 12.2 is a MeTV affiliate. WICU 12.3 carries programs from ION Television. Start TV is on WICU 12.4.

In partnership with SJL Broadcasting, Lilly Broadcasting oversees WSEE 35, Erie's CBS affiliate. The CW airs on WSEE 35.2. Erie News Now Plus operates on WSEE 35.3. Heroes & Icons (H&I) can be viewed on WSEE 35.4. Lifestyle network Dabl is available on WSEE 35.5.

Users will find news, weather and live streaming of local news on ErieNewsNow.com.

MeTV brings home some of the greatest television programs ever. From M*A*S*H, the Andy Griffith Show and the Carol Burnette Show, the classic programs air 24/7 on WICU 12.2, which is also carried on Spectrum channel 995. Program schedule »

ION Television is “positively entertaining” with a focus on family oriented shows such as “Blue Bloods” and CSI. Program schedule »

Start TV’s line up of programs includes “The Good Wife”, “Crossing Jordan” and “Cold Case” among other hit shows. Program schedule »

Erie News Now Plus provides local news and weather coverage and special events programming.

H&I programs include classics from TV’s Batman to the original “Star Trek” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”. Program schedule »

Dabl, a lifestyle network, features cooking and DIY shows including Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse. Program schedule »

 
 
 
 
 
 

In 2019, Lilly Broadcasting acquired three radio stations - 92 Gold, Kinzua Country 104.3 and News Talk 96.7. The stations are licensed to Warren County, which is already served by the company's television stations, WICU and WSEE. Erie News Now provides weather and news updates for the radio stations.

 
 
 
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New York

The company also owns WENY in Elmira, New York which began broadcasting in 1969.  WENY is an ABC affiliate, WENY-2 is a CBS affiliate and WENY-3 is a CW affiliate serving the Twin Tiers region of New York.  The station’s powerhouse line up of network programming is unique in the region. The station operates its web site through WENY.com and is active with information through social media platforms.

 
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Michigan

WZMQ, Channel 19, in Marquette, Michigan was acquired by Lilly Broadcasting in 2017.

The station is a MeTV affiliate. Start TV is broadcast on 19.2, Heroes & Icons (H&I) airs on 19.3, and ION Television can be seen on 19.4.

Dabl, a lifestyle network featuring cooking and DIY shows including Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse, can be watched on 19.5.

 
 
 
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Hawaii

Lilly Broadcasting operates KITV-4 in Honolulu, Hawaii through SJL Broadcasting.  KITV is an ABC affiliate. KITV-2 is a MeTV affiliate. The station is also carried through KVHO (Hilo) and KMAU (Wailuku).   KITV stands for “Island Television” and the station has served Hawaii viewers since 1954. KITV-2 is Hawaii’s MeTV affiliate.   Start TV is also available on KITV 4.4. 

 
 
 
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Caribbean

Lilly Broadcasting owns One Caribbean Television, a unique 24/7 news, sports and entertainment channel serving the Caribbean Community since 2008.  One Caribbean Television is viewed on cable and satellite providers throughout the Caribbean in Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Curacao, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenadines and Trinidad.    One Caribbean is available on ROKU streaming service and domestically through RCN cable in New York City, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Lehigh Valley, PA.

Lilly Broadcasting owns WSEEP which serves Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands with CBS programming.  WENY-VI is the ABC affiliate for the U.S. Virgin Islands. They are viewed on all cable systems, VIYA, DISH and DIRECTV  CBS USVI is watched on VIYA ch 2, Dish ch 18 and DIRECT 174. 

USVI-CBS covers the Virgin Islands with local news reporting from all the island weeknights at 6:00pm, 7:00pm and 11:00pm. 

 
 
 
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Washington, DC

Lilly Broadcasting is proud to cover Washington D.C. by operating our own news bureau.  The Lilly Broadcasting bureau is committed to reporting on locally-elected representatives and issues in Washington for the Lilly stations.