WRMX-LP

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WRMX-LP
Nashville, Tennessee
ChannelsAnalog: 12 (VHF)
AffiliationsDefunct
OwnerSouth Central Communications Corporation
FoundedJanuary 14, 1988
First air dateJanuary 14, 1988
Last air dateMarch 12, 2013
Sister station(s)WJDE-LD
Former callsignsW12BV (1988–1995)
Former affiliationsHome Shopping Network
Transmitter power0.171 kW
Height47 m (154 ft)
ClassTX
Facility ID61049
Transmitter coordinates36°07′30.00″N 86°45′26.00″W / 36.1250000°N 86.7572222°W / 36.1250000; -86.7572222

WRMX-LP was a Home Shopping Network-affiliated television station in Nashville, Tennessee.

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WRMX first signed on January 14, 1988, by South Central Communications & was then a Sister Station to W24AE (Now WJDE-LD), The Station signed on two years after W24AE, & signed on under the callsign W12BV. Like W24AE, The Station signed on carrying programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from Home Shopping Network, and broadcast in that format, until the Station permanently went off the air on March 12, 2013. In between those times in 1995, the station changed its callsign to WRMX-LP. The callsign WRMX was taken from the then Sister Radio station, which also held the call letters at that time on 96.3 FM, until it changed its callsign to WMAK in 2000. (That station is now known by the callsign of WCJK.)

The station permanently ceased operations March 12, 2013,[1] HSN programming would continue to be carried a digital subchannel of former sister station WJDE-LD (On Channel 31.4), until it was replaced by the new upstart news network NewsNet, In addition, WJDE-LD would be sold to Evangel World Prayer Center of Kentucky (A subsidiary of Word Broadcasting Network) on December 19, 2012. HSN still continues to be currently available on the sixth digital subchannel of full-powered ION Television owned-and-operated station WNPX-TV.

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