WTMH-LD is a low-powered digital television station that is licensed to Kinston, North Carolina, and serving the Greenville/New Bern/Washington, North Carolina media market. It operates a full-time satellite, WTMQ-LD, which is licensed to Jacksonville, North Carolina, also serving the Greenville/New Bern/Washington market.

The station is owned by Tutt Media Group, and are affiliates of the Heartland network. WTMH-LD transmits from a tower located in Craven County near New Bern.

WTMH-LD also broadcast on two translators. One transmitter, WTMQ-LD, UHF Channel 41 (Virtual 29), licensed to Jacksonville, North Carolina, transmits from a tower just south of there, and also serving the Greenville/New Bern/Washington, North Carolina market. The other translator is WTMV-LD, UHF Channel 29 (Virtual 39) licensed to Ogden, North Carolina, that transmits from a tower mast near Wilmington, and serves the Wilmington, North Carolina media market.

TV stations in North Carolina
Independent stations Religious stations Spanish-language stations Other stations
WSKY, Manteo/Hampton Roads/Norfolk/Virginia Beach WRAY/WLXI, Wake Forest/Greensboro WSOC-DT2, Charlotte WFPX, Archer Lodge
WILM-LD, Wilmington WHFL-CD, Goldsboro WUVC/WTNC-LD, Fayetteville/Durham WNCR-LD, Tarboro
WHKY, Hickory WGTB-CD, Charlotte WRTD-CD, Raleigh WARZ-CD, Smithfield
WGSR-LD, Reidsville WHWD-LD/WDMC-LD, Statesville/Charlotte WNCB-LD/WIRP-LD, Fayetteville WTMH-LD, Kinston
WUBX-CD, Durham WWIW-LD, Raleigh/Durham WHEH-LD, Lumberton
WAXN, Kannapolis
TV stations in Eastern North Carolina, including Greenville, New Bern, Washington, Jacksonville and Morehead City
WITN 7 (NBC)
WNCT 9 (CBS)
WCTI 12 (ABC)
WYDO 14 (Fox)
WUNM 19 (PBS)
WTMH-LD 21 (HEARTLAND)
WUNK 25 (PBS)
WPXU 35 (Ion)
WEPX 38 (Ion)
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