WDAF-TV FOX 4 adds third television network
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — WDAF-TV FOX 4 is proud to announce the addition of ‘This TV’, an American digital broadcast television network that is operated as a joint venture between the Tribune Broadcasting subsidiary of Tribune Media, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
‘This TV’ maintains a large programming emphasis on movies, but also airs other limited general entertainment content in the form of classic television series and children’s programming. The channel can be found over the air at 4 dot 3. Check your local listings for This TV in your area under WDAFDT3 (4.3).
“We are pleased to bring this unique, classic television programming to the Kansas City market,” stated FOX 4 General Manager, Cheryl McDonald.
‘This TV’ follows Antenna TV (on channel 4 dot 2), which began airing in 2011. Antenna TV is a digital multicast network featuring favorite vintage television shows and movies.
‘This TV’ broadcasts 24 hours a day in 480i standard definition. ‘This TV”s programming and business operations are headquartered at the Tribune Tower in Chicago; MGM handles advertising sales for the network through its offices in New York City.
In 1949, WDAF-TV became the first television station to broadcast in Kansas City. With more than 59 hours of news programming every week, FOX 4 is continuing 66 years of excellence and service to the Kansas City Community. WDAF-TV FOX 4 is owned by Tribune, one of the country’s leading multimedia companies, operating businesses in broadcasting, publishing and interactive. The company’s broadcasting group owns and operates 42 television stations, WGN, Antenna TV and THIS TV.