WTLW sells one of its two frequencies

LIMA — The American Christian Television Services has announced the selling of one of its TV broadcast frequencies. The frequency was purchased by Marquee Broadcasting.

“We realized that most antenna viewers watch both WTLW and WOSN on UHF channel 44 because UHF signals are easier to receive than VHF,” said General Manager Kevin Bowers in a recent press release. “Basically, it (VHF ch. 4) is an underutilized asset for our purposes, but a for‐profit company could maximize its value.”

According to Bowers, most viewership will not be affected. WTLW will remain available on for Spectrum viewers on channel 4 and WOSN viewers on channel 997.

For more information contact Kevin Bowers at 419-235-5560.