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New local broadcast channel on KTTC 10.3

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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- KTTC-TV is offering a new, free over-the-air digital television network on the station's digital sub-channel 10.3 starting March 1.

H&I (Heroes and Icons) classic and contemporary programming includes Hunter, Wild Wild West, Pretender, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Rawhide, Cheyenne, High Chapparel, NYPD Blue, Hill Street Blues, MacGyver, Renegade, The Commish and more.

“Local broadcasters have the ability to broadcast multiple networks on our digital sub-channels. The CW, on 10.2, has proven to be a very popular network and we've been searching for another to complement its great success,” said Jerry Watson, Regional Vice President of KTTC. “After seeing the popularity of nostalgic television on networks such as Me-TV, KTTC chose to partner with Heroes & Icons which has been a very strong network right out of the blocks.”

To pick up the station, viewers will need to re-scan their TVs and/or digital boxes after March 1.


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