Star Tower facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsStar Tower
|Type||Steel lattice television tower|
|Height||290.8 m (954 ft)|
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Star Tower is a digital television and FM radio transmitting tower on Winton Road near North Bend Road in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio designed and built by the Landmark Tower Company. The three-legged lattice tower stands 954 feet (290.8 m) high. It is one of the tallest lattice towers in the world and the second tallest of the four that rise above 900 feet in Cincinnati, Ohio. Registered with FCC as Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) 1014132, the tower was built in 1991 for WSTR-TV, known as "Star64".
An omnidirectional antenna atop Star Tower transmits the signal of owner WSTR-TV, while a number of FM radio stations, including WREW, WGRR, and WYGY also broadcast from the tower. WRRM has a backup antenna located on this tower; their primary is on the WXIX tower closer to the center of Cincinnati.
TV stations that transmit from Star Tower include the following:
|Callsign||Virtual Channel||Physical Channel||Affiliation||Digital channels|
FM stations that transmit from Star Tower Tower include the following:
|WREW||94.9||Adult Contemporary||Hubbard Broadcasting|
|WRRM||98.5||Adult Contemporary||Cumulus Media|
|WGRR||103.5||Classic Hits||Cumulus Media|
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