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LUKEN COMMUNICATIONS ANNOUNCES WKMG AS NEW RTV AFFILIATE IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Chattanooga, Tenn. (March 26, 2012) - Luken Communications, LLC, a nationwide broadcast company offering free-to-air networks including Retro Television (RTV), is pleased to announce WKMG in Orlando, FL as its newest affiliate for RTV. WKMG is owned and operated by Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc., a division of the Washington Post Company. On April 1, WKMG will begin broadcasting RTV’s programming over-the-air on digital channel 6.2, Comcast channel 220, Bright House digital channel 1061 and Florida Cable channel 14.12.
“We are very excited to bring RTV to Central Florida. This channel is unique in that it will allow families to gather around the television and watch great family programming anytime of the day and night,” said Skip Valet, Vice President and General Manager for WKMG. “We are proud to introduce these classics to a whole new audience, and, for those who remember these shows, it will be exciting to enjoy them all over again.”
Matt Winn, Vice President of Luken Communications says, “We are delighted to work with WKMG Local 6 and Post-Newsweek Stations, Inc. to bring the best in classic television back to Orlando.” Winn adds, “WKMG is the perfect addition to our Luken family of over 300 affiliates nationwide and we could not be more pleased.”
RTV, launched in 2005, was one of the first digital broadcast networks. Today, RTV, a subsidiary of Luken Communications, LLC, is a sister network to My Family Television, TUFF TV, PBJ, The Nashville Network, My Car TV and Frost Great Outdoors. Luken Communications offers diverse, family friendly programming on its networks reaching approximately 80 percent of all U.S. households via a blend of over-the-air, cable and satellite television.