No longer on the air, WKAG-CA was a low power television station in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 43. Founded in 1983,
the station is owned by New Wave. WKAG went on the air in 1984 as W43AG under the ownership of the publisher of the Kentucky New Era newspaper. The call letters were changed to WKAG-LP in 1994 and then changed to WKAG-CA in 2002. In 2010, NewWave purchased the station from NewWave and rebranded the station as "Source16", after the station's new cable slot. For most of its history, WKAG produced local newscasts; these were discontinued on August 5, 2011, amid uncertainty about its future. On Friday, August 5, 2011, at 3 pm, Source16 employees were informed that the station would be shut down. No warning was given to employees prior to the shutdown.