WTSF, virtual and UHF digital channel 44, is a Daystar owned-and-operated television station licensed to Ashland, Kentucky, United States and serving the Huntington–Charleston, West Virginia television market. Owned by Word of God Fellowship, the station maintains studios on Bath Avenue in Ashland, and its transmitter is located on a very short tower in Huntington's Rotary Park.
The station signed on as a commercial venture in September 1982, however it was not successful and was soon donated to a local religious group. It continued as such until 2003 when the station was sold to the Daystar national charismatic Christian network and, with a few exceptions, ended local programming.
While it was locally produced, the bulk of the channel's programming consisted of fundraising to continue broadcasting.
|TV stations in Kentucky|
|Louisville market stations:||Lexington/E. KY market stations:||Bowling Green market stations:||Other Adjacent Urban areas:|
|WLCU-CD, Campbellsville||WOBZ-LD, East Bernstadt/London||WCZU-LD, Bowling Green||WAGV, Harlan|
|W06AY-D, Lebanon||W10BM, Morehead||WPBM-CD, Scottsville|
|W50CI-D, Louisville||WVTN-LP, Corbin||WTSF, Ashland|
|WBXV-LP, Louisville||WLJC, Beattyville|
|TV stations in Southeast Ohio, Western West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky, including Huntington and Charleston|
| WSAZ 3 (NBC) |
WCHS 8 (ABC)
WVAH 11 (Fox)
WOWK 13 (CBS)
WKPI 22 (PBS)
WKAS 25 (PBS)
WHJC-LP 27 (RTV)
WLPX 29 (Ion)
W30DG-D 30 (HSN)
WQCW 30 (CW)
WVPB 33 (PBS)
WTSF 44 (Daystar)
WJOS-LD 45 (Walk)
WTZP-LP 50 (Cozi)