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Frost Great Outdoors Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frost_Great_Outdoors

Frost Great Outdoors
CountryUnited States
Ownership
OwnerLuken Communications
Sister channelsRetro Television Network
The Family Channel
Rev'n
The Action Channel
Heartland
History
Launched2011[1]
ClosedJanuary 31, 2020

Frost Great Outdoors (FGO) was an American television network, operated as a joint venture between Luken Communications and Frost Cutlery, a cutlery manufacturer based in Ooltewah, Tennessee. FGO began programming in late fall 2011. The network did not yet have a website, and the network carried outdoor programming, along with home shopping from Frost Cutlery during certain hours, mostly on weekends.

WBON-LD in East Bernstadt, Kentucky was the last sole affiliate to carry the network, until January 31, 2020, when WBON discontinued the network & replaced it with a simulcast of their third subchannel, resulting in the discontinuation of the network, as it shut down and ceased operations on January 31, 2020.

Former Affiliates[edit]

City Station Channel Owner Notes
Birmingham, Alabama WSWH-LD 46.5 Luken Communications Now The Family Channel
Cortez, Colorado K30HJ-D 30.5 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association Now BYU TV
Willmar, Minnesota K48AH-D 48.4 UHF-TV Inc. Now Retro TV/Rev'n
Atlanta, Georgia WTBS-LD 26.10 Prism Broadcasting Channel is now blank
Wichita, Kansas KSMI-LP 51.5 Luken Communications Now The Action Channel
East Bernstadt, Kentucky WBON-LD 9.2 Wallingford Broadcasting Co., Inc. Replaced with a simulcast of channel 9.3
Roscommon, Michigan WURO-LD 18.4 M33 Media, LLC Now Decades
Kalispell, Montana KMJD-LD 34.4 Weese Enterprises Now Retro TV
Arroyo, Puerto Rico W32DV-D 32.2 TV Red de Puerto Rico, Inc. Now The Action Channel
Chattanooga, Tennessee WOOT-LD 6.4 Luken Communications Now The Action Channel
Memphis, Tennessee WBII-CD 20.2 Mid-South Broadcasting Now The Action Channel

References[edit]

  1. ^ Flessner, Dave (June 10, 2012). "Chattanooga businessman Henry Luken goes country". ChattanooganTimes Free Press.

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