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Get the power of WNEM TV5 and WNEM.com in the palm of your hands. From news in your neighborhood to across the world, your First Warn 5 forecast, and local sports, this app brings it all to you wherever you go. Features include: - Breaking news updated constantly - Video from Mid-Michigan and around the world, plus playback of news stories - Local forecasts and radar - Local sports coverage - School closings - National and entertainment news - And, more!

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Our dish network don’t carry WNEM and I miss the news and weather.

Hope this doesn’t last much longer. I was used to watching wnem for the news and weather and am also missing the programs too. You get used to certain ones that do the weather and news and they are like part of your family. Come back on soon because soon the new fall programs will start. Used to watch the Doctors in the afternoon if I could.

TV5 news weather sports

I have been around the world not fully but I have seen many news stations and I just love coming home to our hometown news channel. You guys rock the world. The news people are always looking very well dressed and always smiling brightly. It’s the best news and up to date and times. Yes you guys rock the TV. Good thing it’s bolted to the wall. No seriously love watching channel 5 news. Very pretty women too.

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I like and use the app but it doesn’t work as well as other streaming apps I use on AIR PLAY. First, when my phone goes to auto lock , the app shuts down. To fix this I have to change auto lock to never. (Not so with other streaming apps). Second, I have to rotate my phone to get the correct orientation on my tv. This is automatic on other streaming apps. Third, the picture is still not full screen when orientated properly. Maybe it’s a problem on my end, but I don’t think so as I have no issues with other streaming apps.

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Former Detroit TV anchor says he was let go from mid-Michigan station over mask stance

Former WXYZ-TV anchor Frank Turner, now working at a TV station in mid-Michigan, said on Thursday that he was fired from the station because he didn't want to share the studio "unmasked with other colleagues."

In a post on Facebook, Turner said he was "unceremoniously" let go after WNEM-TV's noon broadcast over his stance. WNEM is based in Saginaw and also covers Flint, Bay City and Midland.

"I guess they'd rather not have me at all than accommodate me on the mask in a pandemic," wrote Turner.

Frank Turner, a former anchor with WXYZ in Detroit, said he lost his job Thursday at WNEM TV5 in Saginaw because he didn't want to share a studio space unmasked with colleagues.

WNEM, however, says it didn't fire Turner. The station and parent company Meredith said employees are required to wear masks in common areas where they can't socially distance and on-air talent is spaced 6-feet apart in the studio. The station also will require COVID-19 vaccines starting Sept. 17.

"WNEM did not terminate Frank Turner," the station said in a statement. "WNEM has specific COVID-19 protocols in place developed in consultation with medical experts. We wish Mr. Turner the best of luck in his future endeavors."

Turner joined WNEM in 2016 after leaving WXYZ in 2006 to pursue ministry. Turner, an Emmy-winning reporter who started at WXYZ in 1990, has been open about his struggles in the past with drugs and addiction.

Earlier this year, a Michigan TV reporter lost her job over mask and COVID-19 testing policies. 

Meteorologist April Moss was fired from WWJ-TV in Detroit in June after she accused her network on-air of discrimination related to COVID-19 testing and mask policies. Moss said she felt "segregated" from colleagues because of the weekly mandatory COVID-19 testing and mask policies.

Turner, who said he had no idea the noon broadcast would be his last, said he'll miss viewers.

"It's been great," he wrote. "And you all have been wonderful."

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WNEM-TV

CBS affiliate in Bay City, Michigan

Television station in Michigan, United States

WNEM-TV, virtual channel 5 (UHFdigital channel 30), is a dual CBS/MyNetworkTV-affiliatedtelevision stationlicensed to Bay City, Michigan, United States and serving the Flint/Tri-Citiestelevision market. The station is owned by the Meredith Local Media subsidiary of Des Moines, Iowa-based Meredith Corporation. WNEM-TV's studios are located on North Franklin Street in downtown Saginaw,[7] with a second newsroom in downtown Flint. The station's transmitter is located on Becker Road in Robin Glen-Indiantown, in Buena Vista Township, east of Saginaw. On cable, WNEM-TV is available on channel 5 on most systems, except on Charter Spectrum, where it is carried on channel 7.

History[edit]

Saginaw skyline as seen from the Bearinger Building with WNEM-TV's studios in the foreground.

NBC affiliate[edit]

On the week before May 5, 1952, Goodwill Stations, owner of WJR radio in Detroit, announced the intent of applying for four station licenses which would operate as a regional network—UHF channel 50 in Detroit, channel 11 in Toledo, Ohio, channel 12 in Flint and channel 5 in Bay City.[8] WNEM-TV was founded by the NorthEastern Michigan Corporation, hence the call letters, on February 16, 1954, as an NBC affiliate.[4] Originally, its main studios were located on rented space at Bishop International Airport in Flint with auxiliary studios in its city of license, Bay City.[citation needed] In the 1960s, it moved its main studios to the transmitter site in Indiantown, after flirting with the idea of co-locating the television station on the WSAM tower in Saginaw.[9] During its first four years, WNEM-TV had a secondary affiliation with ABC[4] sharing programming from that network with WKNX-TV (channel 57, now WEYI-TV channel 25)[citation needed] until 1958 when WJRT-TV signed-on and took that affiliation.[4] WNEM-TV also aired programming from DuMont until that network dissolved in August 1956.[citation needed]

Professional violinist James Gerity's Gerity Broadcasting bought the station in 1961 and sold it to the Meredith Corporation[10] in 1969.[4] In the mid-1980s, the station moved its primary studios to their current location in downtown Saginaw. The Becker Road studios would later be used for the Buena Vista campus of Delta College, though the complex still houses WNEM-TV's transmitter. By the late 1980s, mirroring a trend in many other television markets, WNEM-TV was the dominant station in Mid-Michigan, helped by NBC's then-dominant prime-time lineup.[citation needed]

CBS affiliate[edit]

On January 16, 1995, WNEM-TV and WEYI swapped networks, and WNEM-TV became a CBS affiliate (announced June 30, 1994).[4][11] The move came as part of the larger U.S. television network affiliation switches of 1994 that saw CBS' longtime affiliate in Detroit, WJBK-TV, switch to the Fox network,[11] and CBS was unable to get WXYZ-TV (whose ABC affiliation was renewed), WXON-TV, WKBD, WDIV, or WADL to switch networks; CBS eventually purchased independent station WGPR-TV and transformed it into WWJ-TV in December 1994.

The day that WNEM-TV became a CBS affiliate, it also took on secondary affiliations with both UPN[5][6] and The WB and aired programming from the two networks late at night.[4] The station relinquished the secondary WB affiliation in October 1999 to WEYI.[12] It dropped CBS' daytime soap operaGuiding Light in 1996 due to low ratings, which made it one of two CBS stations in the nation that did not carry the program for what would turn out to be its final 13 years (the other was KOVR in Sacramento, California).[citation needed] However, by 2007 the show was aired instead on My5 at 10 a.m., and stayed there for the rest of its run.[citation needed] WNEM now clears the entire CBS daytime lineup on their primary channel, having moved Guiding Light's replacement Let's Make a Deal over from My5 in 2012. It currently airs at 10 a.m.

My5 subchannel logo based on MyNetworkTV logo used from May 2008 to July 30, 2018.

As of April 1, 2011, Comcast cable subscribers in Holly, Michigan and surrounding areas recently had WNEM-TV replaced with Detroit's WWJ-TV as the main CBS network affiliate. My5 was also replaced with WMYD as the main MyNetworkTV affiliate. While Holly is much closer to Flint than Detroit (15 miles [24 km] compared to 45 miles [72 km]), it is in the far northern portion of Oakland County, which is technically part of the Detroit television market.

On May 3, 2021, Gray Television announced it would acquire Meredith's Local Media stations for $2.7 billion. Gray is currently the owner of WJRT-TV and as both stations rank among the top four in terms of total viewers, it intends to keep WNEM and sell WJRT to a third party.[3] On July 14, Gray announced it would sell WJRT to Allen Media Group, a subsidiary of Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios, which was in the process of also acquiring several Quincy Media stations through Gray until August 2, 2021.[13]

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Around May 2008, WNEM launched a cable channel carrying MyNetworkTV (branded as "My 5") along with broadcasts of Detroit Pistons games.[7] It would later be added to its DT2 subchannel.[2] WNEM-TV changed its branding to "WNEM-TV5 Plus" on July 30, 2018.[1]

In the spring of 2015, WNEM added another subchannel carrying Cozi TV.[14] A fourth subchannel carrying Ion Television, was launched in April 2017.[15]

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

WNEM-TV discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over VHF channel 5, on June 12, 2009, the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 22,[16][17] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 5. However, channel 5 analog did remain on-the-air for a short period afterward with a nightlight slide with phone numbers and information about the switch.[citation needed]

Programming[edit]

Little to no records are held regarding the station's early programming. The few that were remembered are Chester the Clown, Hoss 'n' Stuff, Mr. Hot Dog, "Captain Muddy" hosting Popeye cartoons, Adventure Patrol and the "Jumping Cowboy."[18]

At launch, the station hired Chet Rogoza as an announcer and drafted as the Chester the Clown host. Chester only being a puppet controlled by Rogoza. Harold Stone joined the show as the puppet master for Mr. Shaakestail, Bard disciple dog late in the shows run, which ended in the early 1960s.[18]

Hoss 'n' Stuff featured a puppet horse played by Jim Adams and the mailman Stuff played by Chuck Waters. Stuff would visit Hoss at the fence for a comedic interchange with Stuff being the straight man.[18]

Mr. Hot Dog originated as an ad featuring Jim Peyton as the logo character of the restaurant chain of the same name. Quickly, the character had its own Saturday morning program with the added puppet character of Daddy Cool with a long wiener-shaped nose.[18]

From 1958 to 1968, Chuck Waters as "Captain Muddy" of the S.S. Mudhole hosted the Popeye cartoons. Adventure Patrol was hosted by station manager Tom Mathews with little else known about the show. A transfer from the Cadillac–Traverse City market, the station had a Western show featuring Kenny Roberts, the "Jumping Cowboy."[18]

Sports[edit]

WNEM-TV televises regional and national sports from CBS Sports. Local sports include games of the Michigan Wolverines and Michigan State Spartans men's basketball teams (via the College Basketball on CBS contract), and Detroit Lions home games against AFC opponents (via the NFL on CBS contract).[citation needed] The station is also an affiliate of the Detroit Lions Television Network which airs preseason games. Channel 5 has also televised three home games of the local Ontario Hockey League team the Saginaw Spirit.[when?][citation needed] By 2007, WNEM picked up Detroit Pistons games outside of the network agreements for My5 TV.[7] In February 2007, WNEM picked up 17 Detroit Tigers games through Fox Sports Detroit's Tigers regional TV network primarily for My5 TV.[19]

News operation[edit]

In addition to its main facilities, the station operates a Genesee County Bureau at the Wade Trim Building on Saginaw Street in Downtown Flint. This had been located in Mundy Township's Gateway Center[7] until October 2008.[20] WNEM-TV operates their own weather radar, known as "First Warn 5 Pinpoint Doppler Radar", on the eastern side of MBS International Airport which is also streamed live on its website.[citation needed]

WNEM broadcasts news at 4:30, 5, 6 and 9 a.m., noon, 5, 5:30, 6 and 11 p.m.[21] On weekends, they broadcast a morning show at 8 a.m. Saturday and a two-hour show at 7 a.m. on Sunday. Weekend evenings includes local news in the 6 p.m. hour and an 11 p.m. broadcast. While on WNEM-TV 5 Plus, its news department has an hour-long news at 10 p.m. every day of the week[22] plus a 7 p.m. half-hour on weeknights.[23]

WNEM-TV produced news segments for then-sister radio station WNEM 1250 AM;[citation needed] this ended after that station adopted a Catholic-based format under new owners. WSGW 790 AM in Saginaw now rebroadcasts the 6 p.m. news. WNEM-TV 5 Plus previously rebroadcast the main channel's weeknight 6 o'clock newscast at 7, but this has since been replaced by a live newscast at 7.[citation needed]

In 2006, WNEM-TV entered into a news share agreement with Fox affiliate WSMH for their existing nightly prime time broadcast at 10 on that station.[7] This came about after that station's owner, the Sinclair Broadcast Group, shut down its News Central operation as well as WSMH's news department. Originally entitled TV 5 News at 10 on Fox 66, the WNEM-TV-produced program recently added new graphics and was renamed Fox 66 News at 10. On Monday nights during the newscast, the "Fugitive Files" segment aired.[citation needed] On April 27, 2015, WSMH dropped WNEM's hour-long 10 p.m. news from their primary channel in favor of a new 10 p.m. show produced by the now Sinclair-managed WEYI, while WNEM moved that program to its WNEM-TV 5 Plus subchannel.[22]

In August 2009, the station began carrying obituaries following its weekday morning, Noon and 6 o'clock shows. This service began after local major newspapers in the region including The Bay City Times, The Saginaw News, and The Flint Journal reduced publication to three times a week in June 2009. At first, a free service when it was launched, WNEM-TV began charging $100 per obituary in September 2009. As of October 19, 2009, over 700 obituaries appeared on the channel and its website, obitmichigan.com.[24] WNEM-TV became the second television in both Michigan and the United States, after WJBK, to air obituaries on a daily basis.[citation needed]

On November 21, 2011, WNEM-TV aired allegations of sexual abuse against U.S. RepresentativeDale Kildee that were criticized as politically motivated and a breach of journalistic ethics. An attorney for the station said that the broadcast was protected as it involved a public official and that no actual malice was intended.[25]

Notable current on-air staff[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"WNEM My 5 TV to Become WNEM TV 5 Plus"(PDF). July 12, 2018. Retrieved August 1, 2018.
  2. ^ abc"Digital TV Market Listing for WNEM-TV". RabbitEars.info. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  3. ^ ab"Gray to acquire Meredith Corporation's Local Media Group in a $2.7 billion transaction". Gray Television. May 3, 2021. Retrieved May 3, 2021.
  4. ^ abcdefghi"WNEM-TV Channel 5 Bay City". Station Listings. Michiguide.com. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  5. ^ ab"UPN Network Affiliates". parentstv.org. Parents Television Council. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  6. ^ ab"Michigan". Affiliate listings. UPN. Archived from the original on May 16, 2006. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  7. ^ abcdeHale, Jane (May 5, 2009). "Flint area watchers can find major networks, cable on tube". The Flint Journal. Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  8. ^"Goodwill Plans"(PDF). Broadcasting * Telecasting. May 5, 1952. p. 66. Retrieved March 16, 2020.
  9. ^Fybush, Scott (January 27, 2017). "Site of the Week 1/27/2017: Northeast Michigan, August 2016".
  10. ^White, Sue (March 6, 2011). "Memories of Saginaw's 'Beautiful Music' spark WGER 102.5 FM Historical Society". The Saginaw News. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  11. ^ ab"Meredith Shifts Stations to CBS". New York Times. June 30, 1994. p. 6. Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  12. ^"WEYI-TV Channel 25 Saginaw". Station Listings. michiguide.com. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  13. ^"Allen Media Group Pays $70M To Acquire Gray Television's WJRT, An ABC Affiliate In Michigan". MSN Entertainment. July 14, 2021. Retrieved July 14, 2021.
  14. ^"Cozi TV Diginet Adds Eight Stations". TV News Check. NewsCheckMedia. March 23, 2015. Retrieved April 26, 2016.
  15. ^"How to find ION TV". wnem.com. WNEM. March 28, 2017. Retrieved April 12, 2017.
  16. ^"DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and the Second Rounds"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on August 29, 2013. Retrieved March 24, 2012.
  17. ^"FCC.gov - Appendix B: All Full Power Television Stations by DMA, Indicating Those Terminating Analog Service on or before February 17, 2009"(PDF).
  18. ^ abcdeHollis, Tim (2001). Hi There, Boys and Girls!: America's Local Children's TV Shows. University Press of Mississippi. p. 152. ISBN . Retrieved November 26, 2014.
  19. ^Pullen, Doug (February 20, 2007). "Some Tiger games to air on My 5 TV". The Flint Journal. Mlive Media Group. Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  20. ^Burden, Melissa (October 7, 2008). "Wade Trim Building open to public; more news on downtown expected next week". Flint Journal. Mlive Media Group. Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  21. ^Dodson, Andrew (February 13, 2015). "WNEM TV5 anchor Katie O'Mara takes leave of absence due to blood disease". Bay City Times. Mlive Media Group. Retrieved February 19, 2015.
  22. ^ abDodson, Andrew (March 26, 2015). "WNEM TV 5 newscast on Fox 66 being replaced by WEYI 25 starting battle for 10 p.m."Bay City Times. Mlive Media Group. Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  23. ^"WNEM Program Schedule". WNEM. Meredith. January 31, 2017. Retrieved January 31, 2017.
  24. ^Steinberg, Brian (October 19, 2009). "Local TV Garners Revenue From Obituaries". adage.com. Retrieved August 22, 2012.
  25. ^Lessenberry, Jack (November 25, 2011). "Decades-old claims against Kildee don't hold up". Toledo Blade.

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Broadcast television in the Mid Michigan region, including Flint, Saginaw, Bay City and Midland

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  • WKNX-LD (22 Ind)
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  • WEYI-TV 25 (.1 NBC, .2CW, .3 TBD, .4 Dabl)
  • WBSF 46 (.1 CW, .2NBC, .3 Charge!)
  • WAQP 49 (.1 TCT, .2 TCT HD, .3 Grio)
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WFFC-LD 17 (.1 Azteca America, .2 True Crime, .3 Quest, .4 Shop LC, .6 Cheddar)
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Michigan TV anchor Frank Turner says he was fired over COVID-19 protocols

A Channel 5 TV anchor in mid-Michigan said he was fired from his job because he doesn’t “want to share the studio unmasked with other colleagues.” 

Frank Turner, a former anchor for Detroit’s WXYZ-TV, announced he wouldn’t be returning to his role in a Thursday afternoon Facebook post. 

“I had no idea that today’s noon broadcast would be my last at WNEMTV5news,” he said. “I was unceremoniously let go. 

“I guess they’d rather not have me at all than accommodate me on the mask in a pandemic.” 

WNEM said it did not fire Turner in a statement to the Detroit News. The station said staff is socially distanced when possible and that it requires mask-wearing in common areas where social distancing isn’t possible. 

“WNEM did not terminate Frank Turner,” the station said in a statement. “WNEM has specific COVID-19 protocols in place developed in consultation with medical experts. We wish Mr. Turner the best of luck in his future endeavors.” 

Turner said the station's COVID-19 protocols recently changed in a way that he was not comfortable with, but the station was unwilling to accommodate him in a message to the Free Press. 

"From the beginning of the pandemic I've anchored alone unmasked from a separate studio," he said. "The station decided that accommodation needed to end immediately.  Due to heightened health concerns in my household, working unmasked indoors with other unmasked colleagues, in an environment where covid infections are still being reported is an unacceptable risk."

Turner said WNEM gave him an ultimatum to either return to the main studio or clear his desk.

"To me, that's being fired," he said. "Others may see it differently.  Either way, our relationship has ended and I wish them well."

WNEM did not respond to a request for comment at the time of publication. 

More:Crowd of unmasked students press into Washtenaw County school, violating COVID-19 mandate

More:Detroit police board moves towing selection to city officials, City Council amid probe

Facebook users and longtime fans expressed their disappointment of his abrupt departure in the comments section, writing that they’re going to miss watching him. 

“Oh well,” Turner wrote. “It’s been great. And you all have been wonderful. I’ll miss you.” 

Contact Emma Stein: [email protected]  

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WNEM anchor Frank Turner said he’s out at the Saginaw, Mich. CBS affiliate after not wanting to “share the studio unmasked with other colleagues.”

But in a statement sent to TVSpy, WNEM and Meredith said the former anchor was never terminated.

“WNEM denies Mr. Turner’s account of the situation and confirms that it did not terminate Mr. Turner,” said the station, which detailed its Covid-19 policies, including requiring employees to mask up in common areas and when six feet of distance isn’t possible. “We have positioned on-air talent in our television studios to be at least six feet apart.”

In a Facebook post, which has since been taken down, Turner said he “was unceremoniously let go” and that he “had no idea that today’s noon broadcast would be my last at WNEMTV5news.”

Turner had worked at WNEM since 2016. Before that, the anchor had shared his struggles with drugs and alcohol while working at Detroit ABC affiliate WXYZ, which he left in 2006 to pursue the ministry.

Meredith will begin requiring vaccinations in the newsroom starting next Friday.

“In line with CDC guidance, starting September 17, we require that anyone entering a Meredith worksite be fully vaccinated or have an approved medical or protected category exemption,” the station said in a statement. “Local Media Group/television station employees who were not vaccinated had until August 20 to receive their first shot or request a medical or protected category exemption. Meredith and WNEM believe vaccination is the best way to protect our employees and communities. Our policies continue to be based on federal, state, and local guidance and have been developed with medical and legal consultation.”

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