Television Department Adds New Stations for Key of David
Presenter Gerald Flurry’s program reaches new viewers in new cities.

EDMOND— In 2017, the television department added 29 stations after ending its 24-year run on Chicago superstation wgn in May. The new stations reach about 40 television markets.

January 8

WAXN (Charlotte, North Carolina)

April 2

Entertainment Studios* (multiple markets)

WYCW (Greenville, South Carolina, and Asheville, North Carolina)

April 9

KCAL (Los Angeles, California)

WNDY (Indianapolis, Indiana)

WWOR (New York, New York)

KTXH* (Houston, Texas)

May 7

WOI* (Des Moines, Iowa)

WREX (Madison, Wisconsin, and Rockford, Illinois)

May 21

KYLE (Waco/Temple/Bryan, Texas)

June 4

WUTB (Baltimore, Maryland)

KTKA (Topeka, Kansas)

KJTV (Lubbock, Texas)

WFXL (Albany, Georgia)

KSVI (Billings, Montana)

WDFX (Dothan, Alabama)

WSJX (Puerto Rico)

KEVN (Rapid City, South Dakota)

July 2

KBCW (San Francisco, California)

WDBD (Jackson, Mississippi)

August 6

WACP (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

August 20

WYTV (Youngstown, Ohio)

WFGX* (Mobile, Alabama, and Pensacola, Florida)

September 10

KLAF Lafayette (Los Angeles, California)

November 5

KQCW (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

December 10

KRBK (Springfield, Missouri)

(* Station has since been canceled.)