With these stations from Hearst, Gray, LM Communications, M33 Media, OTA Broadcasting and Ironwood Communications, the classic movie multicast channel’s clearances now top 50% of U.S.
One of the staples of the multicasting universe are networks that offer programming from television and film’s past. While some of the early efforts haven’t survived, there are many that have and more slotted to launch. The diginet with the widest distribution, in fact, is Me-TV, the classic channel from Weigel Broadcasting. This is part 2 of a three-part special report. Read part 1 here.
Will Givens joins from KSWB San Diego to oversee marketing for the two Weigel Broadcasting diginets.
KPXJ Shreveport, La., has added The Movies! and AntennaTV for viewers in the Shreveport market, DMA 82. The addition of Movies! and AntenaTV brings the number of stations to seven now available to viewers in the market through KTBS (ABC) and KPXJ (CW), both owned by the Wray family. In addition to its main signal, […]
With these stations from Bonten, Cocola and Maranatha, the classic film multicast channel’s clearances rise to 42% of the U.S.