Where is MeTV?


MeTV viewers, on Friday February 28th, 2014 our contract with MeTV ended.
MeTV has decided to move the affiliation to two new television stations in Philadelphia and New York that will air the programming as their primary broadcast. WFMZ-TV has been proud to present MeTV to our region for the past three years. We are in the process of replacing MeTV with another network. Until that time, the AccuWeather Channel will be simulcast on 69.2 and 69.3.

You can continue to watch our 69.4 The Retro TV Network and 69.1 WFMZ-TV for News and current syndicated programming. Thank you for watching!

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WHERE TO FIND MeTV

Write to:

MeTV Network
26 North Halsted Street
Chicago, Il 60611

or

metvnetwork.com

 
 
 
 

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