WXOB-LP is a low-power television station in Richmond, Virginia, broadcasting on local UHF channel 17. Founded in , is owned by KM Broadcasting. WXOB is
an independent station, broadcasting Christian religious shows originating from Richmond and nearby cities as well as a few national Christian inspiration shows, and some PBS programs. In 1998, the station's call sign was WBOX, as an affiliate for The Box music channel, which was later replaced by MTV2 in 2000. The station again changed its call sign to WBOB in 2002 when it was sold to KM Broadcasting. Previous to its independent status, WBOB carried TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) with Christian inspirational programming.