WSEE stands for TV-35 in Erie, Pennsylvania, and is a part of the Radio and Television Broadcasting Industry. The station employs 11 people in its offices and broadcasts programs in multiple languages. In 2009, Lilly purchased WCVI-TV in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The station rebranded itself and carried a modified WENY-TV feed. Eventually, WCVI added the WSEE feed to its main feed, resulting in two separate stations.
Until 2017, WSEE-TV was simulcast on the third digital subchannel of WICU-TV. It was dropped on May 29, 2017 and replaced by Ion Television. On January 24, 2018, an upgraded multiplexer restored WSEE simulcast to WICU on channel 12.4, in 720p high definition. On March 24, 2019, WSEE was dropped from WICU again and replaced by Start TV. Currently, WSEE is available in many cities and in many languages.
Ashtabula County, Ohio, is the only place in the world where WSEE is over-the-air. The station is owned by Lilly Broadcasting, which also owns the NBC affiliate WICU-TV on channel 12. In addition to broadcasting on WSEE, the station shares studios with NBC affiliate WICU-TV. WSEE can be found on Spectrum Channel 5 and over-the-air on digital channel 1005.
The WSEE was first broadcast on April 24, 1954. It was originally owned by the Mead family, who owned the Erie Times-News. In 1978, Mead sold the station to Gillett Broadcasting. In 1982, Gillett sold the station to SCS Communications, which sold it to Price Communications in 1988. In 1989, the company merged with the Northstar Television Group, which subsequently bought it. In 1995, UPN began simulcasting on WSEE.
Until May 2017, WSEE-TV simulcast on WICU-TV’s third digital subchannel. However, the channel was dropped on May 29, 2017 and replaced by Ion Television. In January 2018, the station’s multiplexer was upgraded to allow WSEE to return to the WICU’s lineup. It is now broadcasting on the 12.4 channel in 720p high definition. During March 2019, the channel was dropped again and Start TV replaced WSEE.
WSEE is a dual-channel CBS/CW+ affiliate station in Erie, Pennsylvania. It is owned by Lilly Broadcasting, which also owns NBC affiliate WICU-TV on channel 12. The two stations share studios. WSEE is available on Spectrum channel 5 in high definition on digital channel 1005. In 1995, UPN content was added to WSEE. This made it one of the only local television stations in the region to have UPN on the weekend.
WSEE-TV is broadcasting in Pennsylvania. Its signal reaches as far as Jamestown, New York and Ashtabula, Ohio. It is available in North America on a C band satellite. It is also available in Costa Rica and Puerto Rico through translator W22FA-D in Mayaguez. WSEE-TV is a part of the locals package on Dish Network. This channel can be viewed on C band satellite.