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WILM-LD is the low-powered CBS-affiliated television station for the Cape Fear area of Southeastern North Carolina. Licensed to Wilmington, it broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 40 from a transmitter in Delco. The station can also be seen on AMTC channel 10, Time Warner channel 12, and Charter channel 16. There is a high definition feed offered on Charter digital channel 716, AMTC digital channel 914, and Time Warner digital channel 1110.

Owned by the Capitol Broadcasting Company, WILM has studios on Wrightsville Avenue in Wilmington. However, master control and some internal operations are based at the facilities of sister station and fellow CBS affiliate WRAL-TV on Western Boulevard in Raleigh. Syndicated programming on the station includes: How I Met Your Mother, Swift Justice with Nancy Grace, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and The Andy Griffith Show.


The channel began on April 3, 1989 as Independent outlet W10BZ. It aired an analog signal on VHF channel 10 from a transmitter near the studios. The station changed its call sign to WSSN-LP after upgrading to low-power in 1995 and eventually became a UPN affiliate. In 1999, Capitol Broadcasting Company of Raleigh acquired the station.

On March 23, 2000, it became a CBS affiliate filling a void created when the previous CBS affiliate WJKA-TV changed its calls to WSFX-TV and dropped the network to join Fox. WSSN changed its call sign to WILM-LP on that date as well. Before WILM gained the CBS affiliation,...
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