In 1948, the Texaville News-Bulletin secured a construction permit for channel 3, naming its proposed station WTNB-TV after the newspapers WTNB radio stations. The picture changed drastically on July 12, 1951, when the The Texaville Star folded. The Bulletin inherited the Star's "goodwill", along with the rights to buy radio station WTXC.
It secured a CBS affiliation through the influence of the Shoreman siblings, who continued to work for the paper as consultants. WTXC radio had been a CBS Radio affiliate since it signed on in 1930.
- 1952-1975 - WTXC-TV (calls standing for "TeXaville County")
- 1975-1989 - WMCA-TV (calls standing for "Music Corporation of America," the station's former owner)
- 1989-present - WTGS-TV
|Television stations in Texaville, Ohio|
|WTMD-TV 2 (indie; defunct)|