Q: How do I apply for a job?
Click here for job opportunities with CTV
We value diversity in its work force and are committed to Employment Equity.

Q: What is the main switchboard number?
Main Switchboard: 519.977.7432

Q: What is the mailing address? 
CTV Windsor
1149 Goyeau Street
Windsor, ON
N9A 1H9

Q: What channel is your station on?

  • Channel 26, Channel 17 – Cable 6
  • Cogeco – Channel 803
  • Bell Satellite – Channel 585
  • Bell Fibe – Channel 274 and 1274

If you watch CTV Windsor via antenna on Channel 26 in Windsor , it will still appear on your TV as 26.1, but we will in fact be transmitting on the frequency for channel 17, as of April 28, 2019.

To find us, re-scan your television channels following these easy steps to find CTV2 Windsor.

-Click “Settings” or “Menu” on your remote control

-Go to the “Channel” tab

-Select “Auto Channel Program”

Q: How do I send mail to my favourite on-air personalities?
Send mail to:
CTV Windsor
1149 Goyeau Street
Windsor, ON
N9A 1H9

Q: Can I get a copy of a news story?
Visit our Footage Requests page. All requests are subject to approval by our News Director; and you will be charged a fee.

Q: Where do I send press releases and news tips?
News tips and press releases can be faxed to 519.977.0564.
Or emailed to windsornews@ctv.ca
To contact our newsroom, call us at 519.977.7432

Q: Why do the sounds of the commercials seem louder than the program?
There are many reason commercials may seem louder than programs. Click here for more information on commercial audio levels.

Q: How do I get to sponsor or promote a community event?
Send a proposal with all event details to us via our windsorcontact@ctv.ca page under the subject ‘Community Events’.

By Fax : 519.668.6610

By Mail:

CTV Windsor Community Calendar
C/O CTV London
1 Communications Road
London, ON
N6J 4Z1

Q: What is signal substitution?
As you flip through TV channels, you may notice that you’re seeing Canadian ads on American channels. This is the result of signal substitution.
Signal substitution is when a distributor temporarily replaces the signal of one TV channel with another channel that’s showing the same program at the same time. Usually, an American signal is replaced with a Canadian signal. Sometimes, a Canadian signal from outside your area is replaced with a local signal.  A program that originates in the US may be showing in both Canada and the US at the same time. The Canadian broadcaster airs Canadian ads but the program is the same. So when program substitution occurs, the only difference is that you see Canadian commercials on an American channel.