Watch CTV Two Ottawa Online

Watch CTV Two Ottawa Online

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CTV Two Ottawa

CHRO-TV
A
Pembroke/Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
CityPembroke, Ontario
BrandingCTV Two Ottawa (general)
CTV Morning Live (morning show)
SloganOttawa’s # 1 Morning Show
ChannelsAnalog: 5 (VHF)
Digital: allocated 7 (VHF)
Translators43 CHRO-DT-43 Ottawa
Virtual: 43.1 (PSIP)
AffiliationsCTV Two
OwnerBell Media
First air dateAugust 19, 1961
Call letters’ meaningRORegional Ottawa
Sister station(s)CJOH-DT, CFGO, CFRA, CJMJ-FM, CKKL-FM
Former callsignsCHOV-TV (1961–1977)
Former affiliationsCBC Television (1961–1991)
CTV (1991–1997)
independent (1997–1998)
Transmitter powerCHRO-TV: 100 kW
CHRO-DT-43: 50 kW
HeightCHRO-TV: 162.9 m
CHRO-DT-43: 177.0 m
Transmitter coordinatesCHRO-TV:
45°50′2″N 77°9′49″W / 45.83389°N 77.16361°W / 45.83389; -77.16361
CHRO-DT-43:
45°13′2″N 75°33′49″W / 45.21722°N 75.56361°W / 45.21722; -75.56361 (CHRO-DT-43)
WebsiteCTV Two Ottawa

 

Detailed Antenna Reception Information For CTV Two Ottawa

 

StateOntario
CityOttawa
CountryCanada
Virtual Channel43
Height Above Average Terrain (HAAT)177m
Latitude45.13010025024414
Longitude-75.33499908447266
CallsignCHRO-DT-43
MHZ644
Additional DataFCC Station Information

 

CTV Two Ottawa CHRO is an English-language TV station in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It’s a local news and entertainment channel that broadcasts local news, weather, traffic, sports, and lifestyle programs. In addition to being known as CTV Two Ottawa, it’s also called simply by its FCC call sign CHRO. You can watch the station online via the CTV Two Ottawa CHRO live stream and its collection of videos, updated regularly.

Name: CTV Two Ottawa
Call Sign: CHRO
Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Genre: Local News, Entertainment
Website: CTV Two Ottawa CHRO Homepage

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CTV Two Ottawa CHRO is owned by Bell Media. It is an affiliate of the network CTV network. As an affiliate, CTV Two Ottawa tends to focus its original news coverage on local issues during the traditional morning, mid-day, evening and late-night news slots. To fill in the rest of its broadcasting schedule, the station airs national programs provided by CTV.

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