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The "lifeline" programming on analog Channel 23 included WMAQ's weekday morning news from a.m. and weeknights at 6 p.m., Saturdays at 6 a.m., 9 a.m.and weekend nights at 5 p.m along with WGN-TV (Channel 9)'s 9 p.m. The lifeline continued only as a simulcast of entertainment programming from WWME's sister station WCIU-TV until January 2011, when it was switched to a simulcast of WCIU's The U Too subchannel.As part of the analog television shutdown and digital conversion, WMAQ-TV shut down its analog transmitter on June 12, 2009, and continued to broadcast its pre-transition digital channel 29.Digital television receivers display WMAQ-TV's virtual channel as 5 through the use of PSIP.

newscast slipped back to third behind WBBM-TV in that time slot (and fourth among Chicago's late night newscasts) although WMAQ continues to run second in other time slots.See also WMAQ (AM) for pre-1948 history of the station.