Antenna TV now reaches 88 percent of TV households in the U.S. after signing on with 26 new stations.
The Tribune-owned digital multicast channel has signed agreements with Sinclair Broadcasting, TEGNA Media, Red River Broadcasting, Deerfield Media and Gocom Media.
“In the four years since Antenna TV has launched there has been a great response from viewers enjoying the classic programming and from stations seeing an increase in revenue,” said Sean Compton, president Strategic Programming and Acquisitions at Tribune Broadcasting. “This latest round of affiliates adds 16 million additional households to Antenna TV’s reach and we are looking forward to continued growth for the network.”
Antenna airs shows like I Dream of Jeanie, Bewitched, Newhart, Family Ties and Doogie Howser, MD.
Antenna now airs on WPGH in Pittsburgh, WNUV in Baltimore, WZTV in Nashville, WSYX in Columbus, Ohio, WSTR in Cincinnati, WLOS in Greenville-Spartanburg, WTCN in West Palm Beach, WTTO in Birmingham, WTLV in Jacksonville, KTHV in Little Rock, KTUL in Tulsa, WKEF in Dayton, WCHS in Charleston-Huntington, WLUK in Green Bay, WSMH in Flint, Mich., WUHF in Rochester, N.Y., WMNT in Toledo, Ohio, WLTX in Columbia, S.C., WCSH in Portland-Auburn, Maine, WRSP in Champaign, Illinois, KCEN in Waco, Texas, WTGS in Savannah, Ga. KDLT in Sioux Falls, S.D, KVRR in Fargo and KQDS in Duluth.