Antenna TV Adds Three New Stations
Antenna TV, Tribune Broadcasting’s multicast network, has expanded to clearances on 135 stations across the country, bringing the network’s reach to 86% of U.S. TV households.
In the new affiliate agreements, Antenna TV adds:
- WGWG 34.3 Charleston, S.C., owned by Howard Stirk Holdings LLC
- KRXI 44.3 Reno, Nev., owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group
- WDGA 43.2 Chattanooga, Tenn., owned by North Georgia Television News
“Since launching Antenna TV in 2011, there has been a tremendous response from viewers enjoying the network’s classic programming and from stations seeing an increase in revenue,” said Sean Compton, president of strategic programming and acquisitions, Tribune Media. “These market additions will further broaden Antenna TV’s viewership, and we are looking forward to continued momentum for the network.”
Antenna TV’s classic lineup features retro shows including : Johnny Carson, 227, Alice, Archie Bunker’s Place, Barney Miller, Becker, Benson, Bewitched, The Burns and Allen Show, Coach, Dear John, Dennis the Menace, Family Ties, Father Knows Best, Gimme A Break!, Good Morning World, Growing Pains, Hazel, Head of the Class, The Hogan Family, I Dream Of Jeannie, The Jack Benny Program, The Joey Bishop Show, Maude, McHale’s Navy, Mork & Mindy, Murphy Brown, My Two Dads, The Partridge Family, The Paul Lynde Show, The Ropers, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Silver Spoons, Small Wonder, Soap, Three’s a Crowd, Three’s Company, Webster Welcome Back, Kotter, What’s Happening, What’s Happening Now and Wings.