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Four new TV channels in Lima

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The National networks include, Comet -TV, THIS-TV, COZI-TV and GET- TV.

Metro Video brings four new television channels to the area

Taylor Johnson
tjohnson@the419.com

Metro Video and TSC Cable are proud to announce the addition of four new local television channels starting September 1st, 2016. The National networks include, Comet -TV, THIS-TV, COZI-TV and GET-TV.

  • Comet TV is dedicated to Sci-Fi entertainment offering popular favorites, cult classics, and undiscovered gems, from adventure to horror. COMET offers STARGATE: SG-1, STARGATE ATLANTIS, and STARGATE UNIVERSE. It’s the home of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 and Outer Limits.
  • Cozi TV is owned by the NBC Universal and airs a mix of classic television series from the 1950s to the 1980s, movies, and first-run lifestyle programming. Programming includes Frasier, Little House on the Prairie, The Munsters, Miami Vice, Starsky &Hutch, Hart to Hart, The A-Team, The Lucy Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and more!
  • Get TV is a television network dedicated to showcasing Hollywood’s legendary movies and TV series. The network is operated by Sony Pictures Television.
  • This TV offers Hollywood hit movies from the MGM studio.

Greg Phipps, owner of the stations says that these stations are the fastest growing niche programming in the country and are currently available in larger cities. He’s pleased to make this programming available to viewers in west central Ohio. The stations will allow for local TV advertising and programming.

“Four new channels with a variety of content, that is sure to have something for everyone. This is wholesome TV that reminds you of the good old days and brings back great memories. We are so excited to partner with Metro Video to bring our customers additional choices in the paradoxical dilemma of “100 channels and nothing to watch”, said Lonnie Pedersen, TSC COO. Our customers can enjoy content we can provide to them at no additional charge, unlike the ever increasing rates for channels like ESPN.”

Contact Greg Phipps of Metro Video for more Information. gregphipps10@gmail.com 419-233-4101.