The classic TV programming service from Weigel and MGM will replace RTV on the Boston independent beginning Dec. 15.
Me-TV has signed an affiliation agreement with WMFP Boston. The independent station is owned by NRJ TV and managed by Titan Broadcast Management. Me-TV will launch on Dec. 15 and be carried over the air on WMFP’s primary channel, 62.1, as well as the market’s cable and satellite systems. Me-TV will be replacing RTV.
“We are excited to bring Me-TV’s excellent mix of classic dramas and comedies to the Boston market via WMFP. When evaluating what the best programming option for our primary signal in the Boston DMA, we thought of “Me” first. We believe the station, Boston TV viewers and the advertising community will find Me-TV a welcome alternative via WMFP,” said Bert Ellis, president of Titan Broadcast Management.
Me-TV’s library includes series from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, CBS Television Distribution, NBCUniversal Television as well as independent series owners and producers. Me-TV, memorable entertainment television, launched nationally in December 2010, is owned and operated by Weigel Broadcasting Co. and distributed by MGM Television.