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WBBH-TV (channel 20) is a television station licensed to Fort Myers, Florida, United States, serving as the NBC affiliate for Southwest Florida. It is the lone broadcast station owned by locally-based Waterman Broadcasting, which provides certain services to Naples-licensed ABC affiliate WZVN-TV (channel 26, cable 7) under a local marketing agreement (LMA) with Montclair Communications. Both stations share studios on Central Avenue in Fort Myers, while WBBH-TV’s transmitter is located along SR 31 in unincorporated southeastern Charlotte County. The station is known as NBC 2, reflecting its primary channel number on local cable television systems.

WBBH-TV went on the air in December 1968 as the second station in Fort Myers; it has been an NBC affiliate since its first day on air. Waterman Broadcasting has owned WBBH since 1979, when it purchased the station from its original owners; WBBH took over most of the operations of what is now WZVN-TV in 1994. It has generally fought CBS affiliate WINK-TV for first place in local news ratings.

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Digital: 15 (UHF)
Virtual: 20

Programming Affiliations:

20.1: NBC
20.2: Heroes & Icons
43.10: Telemundo (WWDT-CD)


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  • Mary Stirins
    Mary Stirins
    a year ago

    In 45 years of living through storms here this coverage of Ian was the worst I have ever seen. Understandable the big focus was on Port Charlotte area, however thousands of residents in Naples and Bonita Springs would have liked some mention of what to expect in our area as well. Wish we had the experienced Meteorologist of the 90s and 2000 again.

  • Brian S
    Brian S
    a year ago

    They have gone full fake news. If you are a liberal and don't want to know about how corrupt the government is you are watching the right channel. Dave Elias is a hard left hack, in the worst way. When you have political activists acting as journalists your country is in deep, deep trouble. The most successful territories in the world operate on conservative principles, think Naples, think Singapore, low tax, low crime, beautiful living. The worst living in the world comes from socialist principals, think Cuba, Venezuela, former Soviet Union. Socialism is great until you run out of people to tax, the wealthy will go elsewhere as they have the means to do so. So many don't understand any of this due to fake news such as nbc2, aka state media. Fun fact- George Soros has stakes in ALL U.S. mainstream media except for a handful of conservative outlets. He pays handsome salaries to board members. He also funded campaigns for over 70 district attorneys recently elected that are not prosecuting felonies and emptying prisons all over the country. Again you would not know of any of this watching corporate media. 2 years into biden and our standards of living are already headed to the toilet and about to get much worse. They can get away with it if there is an uninformed public.

  • Adam McRoberts
    Adam McRoberts
    3 weeks ago

    Never been inside, but i watch them both all the time.

  • Ralph Odom
    Ralph Odom
    10 months ago

    Elsa off our coast and we go to Normal broadcasting. Ian approaching and it's sports. Then rave about how well informed you kept community. After landfall yes, weekend before NOT SO MUCH.

  • Vincent Johnson
    Vincent Johnson
    2 years ago

    When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose ... We need the principled press to hold power to account, to call them on the carpet for every outrage. That’s why our founders enshrined the press and its freedoms in our Constitution." – Meryl Streep, Golden Globes, .My Mother, other than being a school board administrator was a NBC journalist for over thirty years. I have been very proud of both competitive agencies Wink and Wbbh for doing a fine job bringing certain concerns to light. Mary Johnson would be very proud of you , and Thank you for good journalism.

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