The classic TV diginet is now carried on subchannels of Newport-owned KTVX Salt Lake City and KOKI Tulsa, Okla. Another Newport station, ABC affiliate WSYR Syracuse, N.Y. will launch Me-TV on Sept. 10.
On Monday, July 30, Newport Television-owned KTVX Salt Lake City (DMA 33) and KOKI Tulsa, Okla. (DMA 59) launched the Me-TV Network. Another Newport station, ABC affiliate WSYR Syracuse, N.Y. (DMA 84), will launch Me-TV on Sept. 10.
The Me-TV Network now clears more than 82% of the country, serving more than 129 affiliates.
Salt Lake City’s Me-TV channel can be seen over the air on ch. 4.2 as well as on Comcast ch. 104. Tulsa’s Me-TV can be seen over the air on ch. 23.2 as well as on Comcast ch. 302, Charter ch. 292 and Wave Broadband ch. 60. Syracuse’s Me-TV will be seen over the air on ch. 9.2 as well as on Time Warner Cable ch. 890 and FiOS ch. 470.
“Our group is truly excited to partner with Weigel Broadcasting in the Salt Lake City, Tulsa and Syracuse markets to introduce the classic network to fans of all ages,” said Ken Reiner, VP Programming, Newport Television. “It’s a fun walk down memory lane for many of us … as the names and faces come alive again as extended family.”
Me-TV programming includes almost 100 series from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, CBS Television Distribution, NBCUniversal Television as well as many independent series owners and producers. It is owned and operated by Weigel Broadcasting Co. and distributed by MGM Television.