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WJTS-TV recently released details about a change to it’s programming with the addition of a national and world newscast from the Independent News Network.

INN News will be featured each weekday evening at 7 pm Eastern Time on 18 WJTS-TV. With the addition of national news, WJTS local news will be moving to 6 pm and will also be added following the INN News at 7:30.

WJTS, licensed to Jasper, is a youtoo America TV affiliate and is now adding the INN News to bring viewers national and international news and public affairs programming for living a better life.

WJTS local news will continue to highlight coverage of community news with reporters Charlotte Olson and Prisma Lopez-Marin, local sports with Kurt Gutgsell, and WJTS in.form with Bill Potter. The news time changes begin this evening.

WJTS TV is broadcast over-the-air on digital channel 18 and can be viewed via cable networks. We are viewed on channel 7 on Time Warner Cable in Jasper and Huntingburg and channel 4 on New Wave in northern Jasper, Haysville and Ireland; Channel 27 on PSC Cable in Ferdinand, Dale, Holland, St. Meinrad and Mariah Hill; Channel 27 on New Wave in Dubois; and Channel 18 on RTC Cable in Loogootee and Montgomery.

Call your cable provider to check local listings for WJTS-TV.

WJTS-TV local newscasts, sportscasts, WJTS in.form and locally produced programs are also available online at wjts.tv.

For More Information Contact General Manager Bill Potter at 812-482-2727 or email gm@dcbroadcasting.com

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