TV Technical Profile: WDFX
- 34.1 - Fox
- 34.2 - Bounce
34.3 - Grit TV
view] West of Dothan, on the south side of Judge Logue Road,
just east of where it intersects AL-103.
- Power (ERP):
- 15 kW
- Height Above
Average Terrain (HAAT):
- 495 feet
- 41 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
Street View of studios on US-231 in Dothan.
Owned by Lockwood Broadcasting
- Came on the air
in the summer of 1991 as WDAU-TV, with studios located in the El
Palacio Plaza on Highway 231 in Ozark. Changed calls to WDFX and
moved to Dothan in the mid-90's. Has been a Fox affiliate from day
station elected to keep analog broadcasts on until the new June 12th
deadline. After the transition, the station received a permit
to boost power to over 500 kW, but never built that facility.
- In May
2011 it was announced that the station would be adding the black
American-oriented Bounce TV network, due to be launched in the
fall. Some sources say the subchannel won't be launching on
WDFX until 2012, but the network debuted 26 September 2011.
They added the male-oriented Grit TV subchannel network in the
summer of 2014.
Raycom Media and Gray
Television Inc. agreed to a merger in June 2016, for $3.6
billion. The merger was approved in December 2018. Due to
Gray and Raycom having too many stations in the market, they were
forced to divest this station; it was sold to Lockwood Broadcasting.