Antenna TV is Adding 9 New Shows




Antenna TV is an over-the-air TV network that airs classic TV from the 1950s through the 1990s including shows such as “Family Ties,” “The Jeffersons,” and “All in the Family.” It currently covers about 88% of US households with 132 stations according to Antenna TV.

Now Antenna TV has announced today that they will be adding nine classic TV series including Alice, Soap, and Welcome Back, Kotter to its lineup. Antenna TV also adding Benson, Growing Pains, Silver Spoons, Head of the Class and Murphy Brown also will air on Antenna TV later this year.

“In the six years since Antenna TV has launched there has been a tremendous response from viewers enjoying the network’s classic programming and from stations seeing an increase in revenue,” said Sean Compton, Tribune Broadcasting’s president of strategic programming and acquisitions. “This latest round of programming acquisitions will further broaden Antenna TV’s viewership, and we are looking forward to continued momentum for the network.”

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Source: B&C

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