Log in. Most of its owned-and-operated stations incorporate the letters "PX" in their call signs (in reference to the original name of the network, itself derived in part from its corporate parent's former name until 2007, Paxson Communications), and all but one carry the network as a primary channel affiliation. TVision does not offer Ion with the streaming service. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, technical information (such as broadcast frequencies) and any local programming. KYMA-DT is a dual CBS/NBC-affiliated television station. As of January 2016[update], the network currently has 59 owned-and-operated stations, and current and pending affiliation agreements with 15 other television stations. Primary channel is a religious independent station, Operates as satellite of WPXW-TV, Manassas, Virginia, First digital-only station signed on by Ion under Pax era; never had an analog signal, Primary channel is affiliated with Ion Plus, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls KAPX-TV, to Univision Communications in 2002; now operating as an, Was affiliated with the network (as Pax TV) during WLFT's existence as a cable-only channel; now operates as a Me-TV affiliate, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WPXU, to, Station used the call letters WADA-LP during its affiliation with Pax TV; now a translator of, Operated as repeater of Bloomington, Indiana O&O WIPX-TV but made redundant with digital transmitter launch; license was donated to Word of God Fellowship in December 2014, to be converted into a repeater of, Dropped its part-time Ion affiliation while continuing its part-time, Subchannel discontinued after entering into a, Traded Pax TV affiliation and KYPX call letters with its then-sister station, Obtained affiliation from its then-sister station under Equity Media Holdings ownership on UHF channel 42, adopting its KYPX call letters; disaffiliated from Pax upon its rebrand as i: Independent Television on June 30, 2005, to become the flagship station of the, Network moved to WIFS 57.9 in 2019; currently blank, Paxson Communications sold the station to KTBS, LLC in 2003; now operates as a CW affiliate, Operates as a Daystar owned-and-operated station, Disaffiliated from Pax TV in 2004 to become a Daystar affiliate, before rejoining the network (as i: Independent Television) following Paxson Communications' sale of WPXS to Equity Media Holdings the following year; became a Retro Television Network affiliate in 2008; now operates as a Daystar owned-and-operated station, Briefly disaffiliated from the network to join Daystar in 2005, before rejoining the network (as i: Independent Television) in 2006 after a sale to Word of God Fellowship fell through; ceased operations in 2007, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls KPXF-TV, to Univision Communications in 2003; now operating as an UniMás owned-and-operated station, Paxson Communications sold the station to, Now operates as a Retro Television Network affiliate, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WDPX, to ACME Communications in 1999; now operates as a CW affiliate, Station used call letters WPXS-LD during its affiliation with the network; now operates as a repeater of Daystar owned-and-operated station WPXS, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WPXG, to ACME Communications in 1999; now operates as a CW affiliate, Sold to Univision Communications in 2002; now operates as a Univision owned-and-operated station, Paxson Communications sold the station, then using the calls WMPX-TV, to Corporate Media Consultants Group in 2003; now operates as a Fox affiliate, Two boldface asterisks appearing following a station's call letters (, This list includes Ion Media Networks-owned stations, which are also listed separately from its affiliated stations in the article, This list does not include sister networks, This page was last edited on 30 October 2020, at 01:21.