WYCI is an American TV broadcaster that is also popular by its brand name YCN. The station is licensed to Saranac Lake, New York. The serving areas of the station consist of the Saranac Lake/Lake Placid. The channel broadcast on Virtual Channel number 40 and UHF Digital number 34.
The routine activities of the WYCI TV are carried from its studios located on Saranac Avenue in Lake Placid. Gray Television supervise these operations of the channel as its owner, via a licensee “Gray Television Licensee, LLC.” WCAX-TV is its sister operator and duopoly. Live Streaming can be tuned via the below player.
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The transmitter of the WYCI operates from Mount Pisgah North of Saranac Lake. The channel uses cable and satellite carriage. Viewers can also watch WYCI live streaming on internet. The licensed transmitter power of the broadcaster is 11.4 kW, authorized by the Federal Communications Commission.
It serves the entire area of:
- New York market
The callsign of the broadcaster stands for “Yankee Communications International.” WYCI is an affiliate of “Heroes & Icons,” “Decades,” and “MyNetworkTV.” “You Local View,” is the tagline that is commercially used by the station.
YCN is a community-focused broadcaster that targets the audience of Northern New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire. The station as “Your Local View.” The broadcaster has 35 years of award-winning experience in community-based programming. College and HS sports, lifestyle, local professionals, and politics are mostly discussed topics on the station. The station can be tuned via WYCX-CD2 Outside TV Comcast 21/713.
Despite primarily focusing on local sports, public affairs, and local activities, the station offers a diverse variety of shows. Yankee Chronicle and Game of the Week are the famous programs. The full information of each program is available on its respective Facebook page. The in-housed activities of the channel are carried at its studios, headquartered at 31 Pleasant Street, Claremont, New Hampshire.
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The FCC approved the license of the broadcaster on 4th October 2004. In 2006, the station switched to a new name WCWF. Later on, 11th September 2007 WCWF went on-air for the first time as a repeater channel of WWBI-LP. After broadcasting for a short period, the station went off-air with a notification that it is planning to move to digital broadcasting and online streaming.
The operations of WYCI were resumed in 2008, and a year later, in 2009, the channel started airing as an affiliate of Retro Television Network. The callsign of the broadcaster changed to WNMN by FCC on 16 June 2009. The channel switched to its current moniker on 16th March 2016 and using it until now.