call_letters = WJXS-CA
station_slogan = Your home for local news,sports, and weather
analog = 24 (UHF)
station_branding = WJXS TV-24
digital =
affiliations = FamilyNet
founded = December 29, 1994
location = Jacksonville, Alabama
callsign_meaning = Jacksonville
former_callsigns = W24CB (1994-2002)
owner = Alabama Heritage Communications, LLC.
former_affiliations = None
effective_radiated_power = 11.5 kW
homepage = [http://www.tv24.tv/ www.tv24.tv]

WJXS-CA TV 24 is a Class-A low-power television station in the Birmingham TV market with a tower location in Oxford, Alabama, with station facilities in Jacksonville, Alabama, broadcasting local and FamilyNet programming on channel 24.

WJXS-TV 24 shows FamilyNet programming and local programming throughout the day. TV 24 programming is specifically chosen to foster family entertainment. The station is owned by Alabama Heritage Communications, LLC. WJXS-CA also carries sports programs including Jacksonville State University and local high school sports.

WJXS-TV 24 began broadcasting 24/7 in 2002, before then it was an informational channel for Jacksonville State University. WJXS-TV 24 has emphisized its online presence, (www.tv24.tv), by a redesign of its website. The website features recent and archived stories, staff bios, special features, and a listing of programming. WJXS-TV 24 currently produces more than 30 hours of original programming every week and is currently seen in nine east Alabama counties and 12 cable systems with over 200,000 potential viewers.

TV 24 Programming

Original Programming

*The Dave Mack Show
*East Alabama Today
*The Gathering Place
*Pickin and Singin with Distant Cousins
*Southern Shopper
*Southern Golfer
*Calhoun County Most Wanted
*Etowah County Most Wanted
*JSU Today
*Southern Music Southern Style
*TV 24 Local News
*TV 24 News At Noon
*John Holder's Pigskin Roundup
*Off the Record
*Cardinal Corner
*TV 24 Sports
*The John Grass Show
*Titan Pride
*The Keith Howard Show

FamilyNet Programming Often Showed

*Every Day with Marcus and Lisa
*Your Health
*In Touch With Dr. Charles Stanley
*Gaither Homecoming
*Various Other FamilyNet Programming

Other Various Programming

*TV 24 Vintage Theater
*Auburn Football Review
*Alabama Football Review
*Georgia Football Review
*Various 50'S & 60'S Shows
*American Outdoorsman
*Walking By Faith
*Music & the Spoken Word
*Various Local Church Programs
*Various Local Business Paid Programming

Move and Expansion

In late 2008 or early 2009, the TV 24 studios will move from Jacksonville State University to a brand new and much bigger studio on former Fort McClellan. The TV channel antenna will also move from atop Coldwater Mountain in Oxford, Alabama to either Mt. Cheaha or Mt. Dugger in Piedmont, Alabama. This expansion will bring the viewership from nine east Alabama counties to 22 Counties in east Alabama and west Georgia.

TV 24 Staff

Current Talent

*Tom Williams - News Anchor 5,6,10 News/CEO
*Kristi Reed - News Anchor 5,6,10 News
*Kathy Mcguirk - News Anchor 12:00 News
*Jon Holder - Chief Weather Forecaster/Host of Jon Holder's Pigskin Roundup
*Ted Klimasewski ("Dr. Ted K"): Fill in meteorologist
*Mickey Shadrix - Sports Reporter/COO/Sports Director/Program Director
*Grant Taylor - Host of Off The Record
*Gerhard Mathangani - Sports Reporter/Panelist on Off The Record
*Carl Brady - Host of East Alabama Today/Cardinal Corner
*Eddy Reese - Co-Host of The Southern Shopper/ Host of The Southern Golfer
*Debbie Reese - Co-Host of The Southern Shopper
*Dave Mack - Host of The Dave Mack Show
*Mike Hathcock - Host of JSU Today/Gospel Music Southern Style

Production/Sales Personnel

* Terry Wilson - Sales Manager
* Kymn Barton - Gadsden Sales Manager
* Kenny Callahan - Senior Chief News Photographer
* Candice Davis Truitt - Internet Services
* Matt Whitecloud - Editor/Director
* Dennis Benefield - Producer of The Southern Shopper/The Southern Golfer
* Charles Herman - Photographer of The Southern Shopper/The Southern Golfer

External links

* [http://www.tv24.tv/ TV 24 official website]

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