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FQTN 13- Quentinsburgh's Progress World Network
FQTN's news logo
TypeLocal television station
IndustryNews agency
 Television and Radio Broadcasting
FoundedApril 11, 1949 (as radio)
FounderHarry Kenson
HeadquartersQuentinsburgh, Freedemia
Area Served Quentinsburgh Metropolitan Area, FreedemianFlag1.png Freedemia
ProductsBroadcasting (radio, web, social media)
Production OutputTelevision
 Online and social media
Parent CompanyProgress World Network

FQTN 13, officially FQTN-TV channel 13, is a television station located in Quentinsburgh, Freedemia. It has been the flagship station of the Western Urban Broadcasting Company since its inception and serves as the PWN affiliate for the Quentinsburgh metropolitan area, including Mathersboro, Haroldsborough, Highfield, Sandboro, Horizon Springs, Meisler, Northcross, Caroll Hill, Franklin Hill, Tortoise Glen, Berkeley Ridge, and surrounding towns and cities.

FQTN-TV is co-owned with Century Television Network affiliate FWWV 27, Unimundo TV affiliate FQES 64, and radio stations FQTN-FM (112.5FM), FQUA-FM (94.7FM), FSFT-FM (85.3FM), and Quentinsburgh Talk Radio (720AM).

FQTN 13 is currently the most popular Progress World Network channel in the country, and is also the most popular "Freedemian Four" channel in the Quentinsburgh area, over National Television Network's FJAS 2, Freedemian Broadcasting Company's FFBC 57, and Freedemia/Tarephia Television's FKET 4.


The station was originally founded as a Progress National Network radio station broadcasting as FQUE-FM on February 6th, 1949. The station began broadcasting black-and-white television as FQUE on August 9th, 1954. On March 29th, 1963, the channel began broadcasting from a much stronger tower on top of PTR Tower, changing their name to FQTN. The channel began broadcasting in color on April 21, 1967.

In 1985, Progress National Network became Progress World Network after adding new international affiliates. Likewise, FQTN's branding changed and the station became Progress World Network-Quentinsburgh.

In 2004, FQTN and PWN's studios moved out of PTR Tower into the building across the street as the tower closed mostly down for renovation, while the programming continued to be broadcasted from the tower on PTR Tower.

In 2010, FQTN's studios and tower moved to One Fredrick Tower across the street, creating an even stronger broadcast that now reaches as far as Ciudad Nature, Nature; Laneston/Vandover; Trenchent and Los Lago; and Graham City (though Laneston/Vandover, Trenchent/San Grande and Graham City have their own local PWN stations as well).

Digital Television

Digital Channels

Like most PWN stations, FQTN broadcasts 5 digital channels, PWN, PWNLocal, PWNKids, PWNNews and PWNSports. FQTN technically also has the capacity to air programming on channel 13-6 in the case of a major emergency broadcast interrupting normal PWN programming.

Channel Channel labeling Network
13-1 FQTN-DT Progress World Network-Quentinsburgh (and surrounding areas)
13-2 FQTN-LC PWNLocal- Quentinsburgh area traffic and weather, news headlines
13-3 FQTN-KD PWNKids
13-4 FQTN-NW PWNNews (National News, local news timeslots)
13-5 FQTN-SP PWNSports
13-6 FQTN-BU Backup Broadcast


FQTN 13 is now the biggest, strongest and most popular local Progress World Network station in the world, and the local news studio in Downtown Quentinsburgh is home to local news and weather newscasts and the main broadcasts of other nationwide PWN programs, such as PWNightlyNews and Wake Up, Freedemia!. Studios in downtown are home to several smaller shows as well, such as the Late Night Show with Greg Harveyman, and The Chat.



FQTN is home to FQTN News, PWN's local newscast and weathercast for the greater Quentinsburgh metropolitan area. FQTN News is currently the Quentinsburgh area's most popular newscast by a large margin.

FQTN News currently has live broadcasts:

  • Monday through Friday from 4:00am-7:00am on 13-1 PWN, followed by Wake Up, Freedemia!!
  • Monday through Friday from 7:00am-9:00am on 13-4 PWNNews
  • Monday through Friday from 9:30am-10:30am on 13-2 PWNLocal
  • Monday through Friday from 12:30pm-1:30pm on 13-4 PWNNews
  • Monday through Friday from 4:30pm-7:00pm on 13-1 PWN, followed by Progress World Evening News
  • Monday through Friday from 10:00pm-11:00pm on 13-4 PWNNews
  • Monday through Friday from 11:00pm-11:35pm on 13-1 PWN
  • Saturday and Sunday from 5:00am-7:00am on 13-1 PWN
  • Saturday and Sunday from 5:00pm-7:00pm on 13-1 PWN
  • Saturday and Sunday from 10:00pm-11:00pm on 13-1 PWN

FQTN News also reairs the 10:00pm news at 1:00am on 13-2 PWNLocal every day of the week.