Not sure if this is off-topic (being about TV stations, figured it *is* related to entertainment), though suspect I'll find out in short order... Was thinking of someone's reaction to my stating that the local CBS affiliate (in Indianapolis) is "WISH-TV"...with the call letters actually pronounced as "wish" on the air (well, intermittently with "News 8"). Which made me try to think of other stations in/around my area where the call letters seem meant to (or actually *do*) spell out some word or other: Indianapolis: WFYI: the PBS affiliate; often shows in station IDs the "FYI" part of the name highlighted... WNDY: the UPN affiliate; before it took to calling itself the generic name "UPN 23", it had several station IDs with the WNDY call letters in a checkered-flag format (and part of the "W" left un-checkered, so as if to spell out "INDY"), with Indy-500 race car noises playing in the background. Kind of amusing/appropriate for Indianapolis (wonder if Vegas viewers get slot-machine noises/dollar-signs in their station IDs or logos Around the state, up in Fort Wayne, there's "WANE-TV", and in Lafayette, "WLFI" (mediocre abbreviation of "Lafayette", despite there being no "I" in "Lafayette"...). And in South Bend, there's NBC affiliate "WNDU"---the station was founded originally by the University of Notre Dame; told its transmitter has/had a statue of the Virgin Mary on the top of it. Also recall at signoff, they had a brief prayer/sermon given by a priest from ND... Anyone else have a station with such interesting/similar call letters to add? Figures if there's six different threads devoted to *pro wrestling*, this thread has to attract *some* interested people... ;-) -B.