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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

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

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