I wonder if it takes a couple weeks to get it updated. Most program information is 14 days at a time. I included a link, but it hasn't been activated yet. Keep checking and in the mean time I would use a station closest to you until it's updated. I checked and all the stations listings are similar except for the time zone. RTN Programming
It was announced on May 12, 2009 that WMFP would begin to offer RTN within the following two weeks. RTN programming was added to the station's second digital subchannel on May 20, though with its station identification showing the channel as 18.1. The next day, WMFP began showing RTN content on the main channel as well. The station is carried on Comcast channel 20, RCN Cable channel 21, and Verizon FiOS channel 23.
Not on my comcast -- they don't carry anything good these days. Have I whined about this before? Seriously, I'm livid with them so junking cable and going with the converter boxes solely is becoming less scary than it used to be.
Ah, another retro station. There was one channel here, but it seems that it's going to be getting a sister channel to cover more (I wonder why not a subchannel - guess the advertisers were specific on a stations content.) The main channel's website: KDOC-TV Endless Classics! It currently runs episodes of Perry Mason, Hawaii Five-O, Magnum P.I., Matlock, Hogan's Heroes, M*A*S*H, and a bunch of other oldies.
I'm jealous: At least you guys have an RTV broadcast that you can watch! RTV had two network O&Os hereabouts -- a Class A in my city and a full-power station licensed to Cheyenne, WY, but receivable here at 66 miles post-transition -- that got severed from RTV early this year as a result of owner Equity Media's bankruptcy. RTV owner Luken Communications hasn't made a deal with any other station for a subchannel in Denver, and it seems rather doubtful they'll appear again on the EM-owned stations because Luken was the company that pulled the plug on them in the first place. Those stations show AMGTV now, and to be blunt, it's flat-out C.R.A.P.
Yeah, my RTV or RTN or whatever they are calling it these days, in Charleston is on a Low Power station subchannel. I have had no success with picking up its digital broadcast. Ch. 18 in Charleston SC.