WHSV-TV

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WHSV-TV, channel 3, is a television station in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The station broadcasts television programs from the ABC Television Network. Also known as WHSV News 3, the station is owned by Gray Television and broadcasts from an antenna west of the town of Stanley on Massanutten Mountain. The station goes to fourteen counties in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and West Virginia.

Additional services[change | change source]

WHSV broadcasts other television channels, called "subchannels", on its broadcast signal:

Channel Programming
3.1 Main WHSV channel (ABC)
3.2 The Valley's FOX (Fox subchannel)
3.3 TV3 Winchester (ABC subchannel for Winchester, Virginia)
3.4 My Valley (MyNetworkTV subchannel)

History[change | change source]

WHSV-TV first was WSVA-TV, which meant Serve Virginia Agriculture and had its first broadcast on air in October 1953. In 1976, the "call letters" the station used were changed to WHSV-TV; these are the call letters the station uses now.

Newscasts[change | change source]

  • WHSV News 3 Daybreak 5am to 7am
  • WHSV News 3 at Noon 12pm to 12:30pm
  • WHSV News 3 at 5pm 5pm to 6pm
  • WHSV News 3 at 6pm 6pm to 6:30 pm
  • WHSV News 3 11@11 11pm to 11:35pm

Specials[change | change source]

  • The Endzone – Weekly highlights of high school American football games, 11:25 pm to 12:05 am every Friday during high school football season.
  • WHSV Sports X-tra is an online sports show produced by WHSV sports directors Damon Dillman and Zac Choate. It covers the latest news and talk about sports events over the previous week.
  • Light for Today is a religious show which airs on WHSV Sunday mornings at 11:30 AM. It is broadcast from People's Baptist Church in Harrisonburg and is produced by WHSV.
  • Virginia Dream Centerstage is a music and variety show that airs from time to time on WHSV. It is produced and broadcast by WHSV.

Websites[change | change source]