WJFB 44 Sold for $5.5 Million
- Posted September 16th, 2020 at 2:49pm
- Posted on September 17th, 2020 at 12:51pm
I hope they dont change channel 40, I cant get 44 in Dickson except just every once in a while in the evening....
- Posted on September 17th, 2020 at 10:45pm
I am in southern Kentucky and I believe WJFB is the 44.1 to 44.6 I think? I get those real good and love H&I my wife loves Start tv.
- Posted on September 21st, 2020 at 6:03pm
I live in an apartment in Gallatin. My unit faces toward the Nashville area and I get channel 40 and subs extremely well and cannot receive channel 44 at all. On the other side of our building, residents there get channel 44 just fine, but not channel 40. If the new owners pulls their programming off of WKUW-LD, they will lose a lot of viewers for MeTV, as it is a fill in for the problematic tower height and signal from WJFB.
- Posted on October 22nd, 2020 at 5:16am
Thanks for the info. I have to think that this programming, particularly the main channel is wildly popular as a network, cable, and satellite channel and surely has a huge viewing base in the Nashville area and all over the country. In particular, everywhere I go people talk about watching MeTv programs; most especially Andy Griffith and Mash and Svengoolie. Most people where I live get it on Twin Lakes cable, because I'm in such a fringe area. It's as if Mash and Andy Griffith were top-rated current shows being aired on TV in 2020. At work, we all talk about watching "last nights" episode. Hopefully, Wiegal will upgrade even further in the future if they do anything. I'd hate to lose Light though and one would think that would be likely.