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Fox 43 News 24/7 can still be viewed through a livestream link on their webpage.
Initially, WHP-TV, WLYH and WSBA aired the same programming despite separate ownership.As a CBS affiliate, WSBA-TV ran a small news department branded as News Watch 43.In 1980, a much larger news department relaunched as Tele Journal News. newscast was expanded to weekend evenings, later followed by the addition of a weekday morning news program by 2000. broadcast competes with CW affiliate WHP 21.3, and Me TV affiliate WGAL 8.2.Until then, the only over-the-air source of non-network programming in South Central Pennsylvania was WGCB-TV (channel 49) in Red Lion, a religious station that had been on the air since 1979.WPMT was a typical UHF independent with a schedule heavy on cartoons, sitcoms, movies, dramas, sports and westerns.From 1990 to 2004, WPMT featured original children's programming hosted by the station's mascot, a clown named Pete Mc Tee (a play on the station's call letters).
The station was acquired by Tribune Broadcasting following the company's purchase of Renaissance in 1996.
A year earlier, WPMT had added programming from The WB, half-owned by Tribune, in off-hours.
However, cable customers could watch the full WB schedule on WPHL-TV in Philadelphia.
Beginning on January 1, 2011, WPMT began carrying the Tribune-owned network Antenna TV on digital subchannel 43.2.
On July 18, 2015 WPMT began carrying This TV on digital subchannel 43.3, replacing the 24-hour news channel, known as "Fox 43 News 24/7".
The station's newscasts were seen in a fictional sense in the 2010 film Unstoppable, which is set in the station's market area. However, Sinclair is precluded from acquiring WPMT directly, as both WHP and WPMT rank among the four highest-rated stations in the Harrisburg–Lancaster–Lebanon–York market in total day viewership, and there are too few independently owned full-power stations in the Susquehanna Valley area to permit legal duopolies in any event.