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Although it was the first prime time show in the area, Fox affiliate WFFF-TV started a 10 p.m. In 2010, WCAX-TV put the 10PM newscasts on a hiatus, due to the majority of viewers not receiving WCAXtra Digital Channel 3.2 through their cable companies.On November 14, WCAX-TV relaunched its newscasts with a new look and became the first broadcaster in the area to air local news in 16:9 widescreen enhanced standard definition.In September 2006, WCAX-TV introduced its third local program called Late Night Saturday.It was produced in conjunction with Champlain College for its Media Arts Department.On October 25, 2006, WCAX-TV upgraded its digital signal to broadcast CBS programming in high definition.
Like other Champlain Valley stations, WCAX-TV once made a significant portion of its advertising sales across the border.As a part of the repacking process following the 2016-2017 FCC incentive auction, WCAX-TV will relocate to UHF channel 20 by 2020, using PSIP to display its virtual channel number as 3.WCAX-TV grew out of a newspaper and has long been committed to local coverage.In 1958, Hasbrook turned over the station's ownership to his stepson, Dr. "Red" Martin Jr., an engineer by trade who assisted his stepfather in building the station from the ground-up.Upon channel 3's sign-on, Red Martin became its first general manager. Martin, Red Martin's oldest son, succeeded his father as president and general manager upon the elder Martin's death in 2005.