WZBJ, virtual channel 24 (UHF digital channel 18), is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to Danville, Virginia, United States and serving the Roanoke–Lynchburg television market. The station is owned by Gray Television, as part of a duopoly with Roanoke-licensed CBS affiliate WDBJ (channel 7); it is also sister to Lynchburg-licensed low-powered, Class A station WZBJ-CD (channel 43). The three stations share studios on Hershberger Road in northwest Roanoke; WDBJ and WZBJ share transmitter facilities on Poor Mountain in Roanoke County.
|Channel||Picture Format||Aspect Ratio||PSIP Short Name||Programming|
|24.1||1080i||16:9||WZBJ||Main WZBJ programming/MyNetworkTV|
WZBJ (as WDRL) ceased analog broadcasting in December 2008.
WZBJ auctioned off it's broadcast spectrum on channel 24 in August 2017. It has been indicated that the station won't sign off entirely, but will enter into a channel sharing agreement with another station. However, it is not known what station WFFP will share with.
|TV stations in Commonwealth of Virginia|
|WTVZ, Hampton Roads/Norfolk|
|TV stations in Roanoke/Lynchburg, including the New River Valley, Southside, and surrounding areas|
| WDBJ 7 (CBS)|
WSLS 10 (NBC)
WSET 13 (ABC)
WBRA 15 (PBS)
WWCW 21 (CW)
WZBJ 24 (MNTV)
WFXR 27 (FOX)
WPXR 38 (Ion)
WMDV-LD 44 (IND)