What channel is the CW on Time Warner Cable?

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The Time Warner cable channel for the CW varies from state to state. Checking local listings in a given area, or searching the CW's web page, will supply the correct channel number for a specific town and state.

In some states, the CW Television Network, which was formerly known as the WB Television Network, can be found on channel 15, while the HD version of the channel in the same state and area may be found significantly higher. In other states, the CW's channel number is less than 10 and can be found lumped in with other local area networks and television channels.

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The channel a given television network airs on is dependent on your location and what type of service you have.
The CW is on WPIX 11 in New York City, KTLA 5 in Los Angeles, WGN-TV 9 in Chicago, WPSG 57 in Philadelphia, KDAF 33 in Dallas, and KBCW 44 in San Francisco.
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