Table of Receivable TV Channels
|Ch# ||Call Letters ||City ||Network|
|6.2|| || ||6 News/HTSN|
|6.3|| || ||LWN|
|8.2|| || ||LWS Weather|
|8.3|| || ||LWS Radar|
|13.2|| || ||COZI TV|
|13.3|| || ||MeTV|
|20.2|| || ||V-me (Spanish)|
|20.3|| || ||Create|
|23.2|| || ||Bounce TV|
|27.1||WSOT||Marion||Sunnycrest Baptist TV|
|29.2|| || ||ThisTV|
|49.2|| || ||Create|
|49.3|| || ||Local Weather/Ads|
|59.2|| || ||AntTV||
- The main ex-VHF television stations in Indianapolis (WRTV, WISH, WTHR) provide subchannels for news (WRTV) or weather (WISH, WTHR). For some reason, WTHR's weather channel comes in on analog (ch. 50).
- AntTV is Antenna TV, a Tribute Company owned network that shows very old TV shows from the Three Stooges to Norman Lear cruft.
- Bounce TV is a channel for older blacks, and features shows like reruns of Soul Train.
- Create is a public television network that shows home improvement, arts and crafts, cooking, travel, and other do-it-yourself shows.
- HTSN provides local high school and college sports, especially football and basketball.
- LeSEA is a religious television network, the broadcast organ of the Lester Sumrall Evangelistic Association. Its Indianapolis affiliate has been around since the 1970's.
- LWN (LiveWell Network) is a health and fitness network, the Disney version of Create.
- MeTV is like AntTV, showing very old TV shows from the 1950s through the 1980s, including Classic Star Trek on Saturday evevings. It replaced NBC Universal Sports starting in 2012.
- ThisTV shows mostly MGM and UA movies, with some old television series like The Outer Limits (1960's version).
- V-me (sounded out as 'bey-mey' or 'see me') is a Spanish-language network featuring
primetime drama, music, sports, current affairs and Latin cinema, along with world-class kids, food, lifestyle and nature programming.