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Live Well's slow death

A stickied post mentions how some stations are dropping Live Well. It should be mentioned that the network is in a slow shutdown, just like Soapnet a few years ago. It was supposed to have shut down in January, but has gotten various extensions to give time for stations to find alternate networks. It looks like more and more are just giving up.

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Live Well - Albany, Green Bay, Knoxville, Lansing, Nashville, Richmond

We have recently been notified that Media General owned broadcast TV stations will cease broadcast of their “Live Well” programming on the following TV stations on Saturday, May 30, 2015.

 

There is no replacement programming at this time. These channels will go dark tomorrow:

 

WTEN-Live Well (Albany),
WBAY-Live Well (Green Bay)
WATE-Live Well (Knoxville)
WLNS-Live Well (Lansing)
WKRN-Live Well (Nashville)
WRIC-Live Well (Richmond)

 

This is a local station-generated change taking place which is beyond our control.

 

 

For any questions regarding the removal of Live Well on the stations above, please contact the station or Media General directly.

 

http://mediageneral.com/properties/television.html

 

http://www.mediageneral.com/about/contact.html

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Re: Live Well's slow death

Well, it's still in Chicago OTA on 7-2