NYC, thank you very much for posting that picture
The specific portion of the legal notice reads as follows:
On or about June 6, 2012 we will launch Azteca TV on ch. 192 and MeTV on ch. 144. Azteca TV will be part of our DTV en Español and El Paquetazo service offering. MeTV will be a basic service available only in digital format and viewable with digital cable-compatible equipment such as a digital converter or a digital television (or other device) that includes a QAM tuner and Signature View will be part of our DTV service offering.
It is interesting to note that Azteca is referred to as Azteca TV and not Azteca America, the service presently available over WMBC-DT6. It is also interesting to note that this added channel will not be included as a "basic service" offering. Based on these facts, it appears unlikely that the WMBC-TV Newton subchannel - or any broadcast TV station for that matter - will be the source of this service.
As to Me-TV, that service will definitely be provided via a New York market OTA broadcast TV station. Unfortunately, as is often the case with cable TV providers, they refer to the new channel only by name without including the call-sign. I concur that given the present circumstances, WSAH-TV Bridgeport is the likely station, but it is nonetheless interesting why it would have taken this long for them to demand carriage (likely) or negotiate retransmission consent (rather unlikely).
I still think it is not improbable that another broadcast TV station could begin carriage of Me-TV, especially when one such station's financially-troubled corporate owners are about to lose a revenue stream from a departing program provider.
One more observation: Given the language in the TWC legal notice, Weigel is not leasing a channel from TWC. The source of this program service will most definitely be a New York market OTA broadcast TV station.
The only remaining question is: Which one?