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{{TV_Infobox|image1 = WICZ.png|location = Binghamton, NY|branding = Fox 40 (general)<br>Fox 40 News<br>My 8 (on DT2)<br>Ion Television (on DT3)|channel_number = 40|subchannels = 40.1: WICZ-HD<br>40.2: MyNetworkTV<br>40.3: Ion Television|affiliation = Fox/MyNetworkTV/Ion Television|first_air_date = November 1, 1957|call_letter_meaning(s) = Henry GuzeWICZ (former owner)|sister_station(s) = WBPN-LP|former_affiliation = Primary:<br>NBC (1957–1996)<br>Secondary:<br>ABC (1957–1962)<br>UPN (c.1999–2000)|former_channel_number(s) = Analog:<br>40 (UHF, 1957–2009)|former_call_letters = WINR-TV (1957–1971)|owner = Northwest Broadcasting (sale to Terrier Media pending)}}WICZ-TV, virtual channel 40 (VHF digital channel 8), is a Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Binghamton, New York, United States and serving the Eastern Twin Tiers of Southern Upstate New York and Northern Pennsylvania. The station is owned by the Stainless Broadcasting subsidiary of Northwest Broadcasting, and is sister to low-powered MyNetworkTV affiliate WBPN-LP, channel 10 (which WICZ simulcasts on its second digital subchannel). The two stations share studios on Vestal Parkway East (NY 434) in Vestal; WICZ's transmitter is located on Ingraham Hill Road in the town of Binghamton. The station can also be seen on Charter Spectrum channel 3 and in high definition on digital channel 1206.
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{{TV_Infobox|image1 = WICZ.png|location = Binghamton, NY|branding = Fox 40 (general)<br>Fox 40 News<br>My 8 (on DT2)|channel_number = 40|subchannels = 40.1: WICZ-HD<br>40.2: MyNetworkTV<br>40.3: Ion Television|affiliation = Fox/Ion Television|first_air_date = November 1, 1957|call_letter_meaning(s) = Henry GuzeWICZ (former owner)|sister_station(s) = WBPN-LP|former_affiliation = Primary:<br>NBC (1957–1996)<br>Secondary:<br>ABC (1957–1962)<br>UPN (c.1999–2000)|former_channel_number(s) = Analog:<br>40 (UHF, 1957–2009)|former_call_letters = WINR-TV (1957–1971)|owner = Northwest Broadcasting (sale to Terrier Media pending)}}WICZ-TV, virtual channel 40 (VHF digital channel 8), is a Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Binghamton, New York, United States and serving the Eastern Twin Tiers of Southern Upstate New York and Northern Pennsylvania. The station is owned by the Stainless Broadcasting subsidiary of Northwest Broadcasting, and is sister to low-powered MyNetworkTV affiliate WBPN-LP, channel 10 (which WICZ simulcasts on its second digital subchannel). The two stations share studios on Vestal Parkway East (NY 434) in Vestal; WICZ's transmitter is located on Ingraham Hill Road in the town of Binghamton. The station can also be seen on Charter Spectrum channel 3 and in high definition on digital channel 1206.
   
 
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