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W43br

W43BR is a Television station based in Baraboo, Wisconsin. It is located within Madison's television market but only serves the Baraboo and Wisconsin Dells areas. Its transmitter is located on the Baraboo Range near Devil's Lake State Park co-located with WOLX, W290AL, WRPQ, weather radio station KHA-47 and several other telecommunication services. The signal is beamed directly north so as not to interfere with any Madison Stations including full power Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) affiliate WWRS, which has its digital television signal on channel 43. W43BR occasionally causes some interference issues in eastern Columbia County. W43BR is carried on Charter Cable throughout the Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells area on channel 10 including Columbia, Sauk, County, Juneau and western portions of Dane counties. W43BR has no satellite or iptv coverage in Madison Market.

Baraboo Broadcasting, who owns channel 43, also produce WRPQ and Baraboo's Government-access television (GATV) cable TV channel.[1]

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  • Query the FCC's TV station database for W43BR

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