DMA 18

Retro TV Debuts On WRCF-CD Orlando

Classic TV diginet Retro Television has signed an affiliation agreement with WRCF-CD Orlando, Fla. (DMA 18). WRCF, owned and operated by LocusPoint Networks, will launch Retro TV today on its 29.1 subchannel.

Ian Milne, general manager of station operations for LocusPoint Networks, said: “With the local demand for Retro TV, this was the perfect choice for WRCF. Our viewers are excited about programming like classic Doctor Who and the upcoming addition of The Doctors.”

Dee Harlin, Luken’s VP of affiliate sales – East, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Orlando and LocusPoint Networks to the Luken family. Orlando is one of our most frequently requested markets by potential viewers and we’re happy to partner with LocusPoint Networks to bring Retro TV back to the Orlando audience.”

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Keith ONeal says:

September 9, 2014 at 1:49 pm

Third time a Charm? First, it was on WRDQ (PSIP 27.2). WRDQ repleced it with Antenna TV. Later, it was on WKMG (PSIP 6.2). Both times, it was also on Broght House. Now, WRCF-CD (PSIP 29.1) will carry it. Problem is that WRCF-CD is a low power station, and Bright House is not required to carry it, so you will not see it if you have Bright House. The only low power station on Bright House is WTMO-CD (PSIP 31.1) which carries Telemundo. That station has a retransmission consent agreement. MondoFox is on Bright House, but it the national feed, and not from local low power station W21AU-D (PSIP 21.1).