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Station Tour Policy

Thank you for your interest in learning more about WFMJ/WBCB Television, Inc., Our Valley's Only Local TV!

We are excited about the possibility of your group visiting our facility and getting a firsthand behind-the-scenes view of how we serve our community by broadcasting local, national and entertainment news.

We have an excellent program to accommodate tours for children and adults. Please download the Tour Request Form (PDF file located above), which needs to be submitted at least two weeks prior to your tour request. Once we receive your completed form, we'll review your request and if approved, we will reply to you via telephone or e-mail to confirm the date and time of your tour.

Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate pre-school children in the studio, but have a special relationship with the Children's Museum of the Valley for our young viewers to enjoy.

Also, please be advised however, that there may be certain circumstances due to a breaking news situation that can result in a cancelled tour at a moment's notice. Breaking news may also necessitate shortening your tour.

Again, thank you for your interest in visiting WFMJ/WBCB Television, Inc.


Madonna Chism Pinkard
Community Relations Director
WFMJ/WBCB Television, Inc.

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