In the attached screenshot of the post below, WAOE mentions the possibility of adding MeTV.
**MAY 1, 2020** WAOE Repack UPDATE**
Work on WAOE’s post-repack transmission facility has been ongoing over the last several months, despite numerous weather delays, several technical issues - and now a global pandemic!😲
GOOD NEWS: Finally, the remaining tower and site work at the new, post-repack WAOE transmission facility has been successfully completed.
BAD NEWS: Unfortunately, the critical transmitter equipment has been repeatedly delayed and back-ordered. Very frustrating! 🤬 Despite our best efforts, delivery is not expected until mid- to late May. Nonetheless, upon arrival, installation will be completed immediately. At that time, a “switch” date can then be determined, which should be shortly after, and will allow the resumption of broadcast of AntennaTV 59.2 and LightTV 59.3.
As work continues on this transition, we feel this quote fits perfectly,
“All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.” (Robin Sharma)
During this messy middle phase, please know the patience, tolerance and understanding shown over the last few months has been greatly appreciated. Like our viewers, we are inconvenienced, disappointed, frustrated and even angry with this process and the difficulties it has caused, such as the technical limitations currently preventing the broadcast of our sub-channels: AntennaTV 59.2 & LightTV 59.3.
In the next few weeks, we expect to have additional, more specific information to share, and those updates will be communicated to viewers via our website, Facebook page and on-air announcements. So, please standby...
Detailed and comprehensive information regarding this FCC-mandated frequency change and its effects on WAOE and other broadcast stations throughout the nation is available on our website, specifically at my59.tv/channel-repack/
. We encourage all viewers who still have questions to visit that link and to read the provided information thoroughly.
THANK YOU and STAY WELL!