Me-TV is for YOU, Quad Cities! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by John Bain   
Tuesday, 10 April 2012 14:48

Grant Communications, owners of KGCW-TV/The Quad Cities’ CW and KLJB-TV/Fox 18, are proud to announce a brand new TV station – Me-TV (Memorable Entertainment Television) Quad Cities! This new digital classic television network is available over-the-air on channel 26.3 and channel 18-3!

Me-TV Quad Cities features a wide range of classic television programming. Me-TV’s library includes almost 100 series from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution, CBS Television Distribution, NBCUniversal Television as well as independent series owners and producers. Me-TV’s line-up include some of the most beloved television programs ever produced, including:  M*A*S*H, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Bob Newhart Show, the original Star Trek and Hawaii Five-O series.

John Bain, Director of Programming for Grant Communications, said, “Me-TV stands for Memorable Television.  This network truly is memorable and that made it an easy choice for us.  Me-TV’s library of classics allows us to provide our viewers with some of the most popular and enjoyed shows ever on television.  These are favorites of many and will be new favorites to many more.”

For schedule highlights, check your local listings or visit www.metvnetwork.com.

About Grant Communications

Grant Communications owns and operates KLJB-TV/Fox 18 (channel 18.1), KGCW-TV/The Quad Cities’ CW (channels 26.1 & 18.2), Me-TV Quad Cities (channels 26.3 & 18.3) and This-TV Quad Cities (channel 26.2).

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written by Paula Smith, April 16, 2012
This new channel stinks, rather have old channel back--"THIS". You dont play any decent movies and have the oldest reruns that exist. Get some updates and real movies. I am sure your rating have gone down, dont you make more money off more views???
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written by Lori Deyo, May 08, 2012
Thank you for bringing Me TV to the Quad Cities. My husband and I are finding it very enjoyable to watch shows from our childhood. What an asset to local viewing!

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