Palm Desert, CA. Coachella Valley area Time Warner Cable customers will soon be able to watch The Gilmore Girls, One Tree Hill, America’s Top Model, Smallville, and other CW Network programs. In addition, customers can once again watch their favorite syndicated programs like King of Queens and Still Standing. For a complete listing of the programming available on the local CW Network, KCWQ, customers can visit the following web sites:
CW Network Programming: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programs_broadcast_by_The_CW#Currently_
CW Local Syndicated Programming:
Time Warner Cable and Gulf-California Broadcast Company, operator of the CW network affiliate in Palm Springs, announced a new carriage agreement today which provides for customers to see CW programming on Time Warner Cable channel 5. Time Warner expects to make CW programming available to its customers this Saturday, April 21, 2007.
Gulf-California Executive Vice President and General Manager Bob Allen and Time Warner Cable Director of Business Development, Mike Bauerfeind, issued a joint statement saying: “We’re pleased to finally add the CW Network and its great programming to Time Warner Cable’s programming lineup in the Coachella Valley.”
The CW network is jointly owned by CBS and Time Warner, but its affiliates are all local broadcast stations who must reach carriage agreements with local cable systems.
Classic Arts Showcase which has been shown temporarily on channel 5 will continue to be viewable periodically on access channel 17, on KCET channel 8 and KVCR channel 9. Each week CAS presents a new 8-hour show featuring approximately 150 new classic art clips. Time Warner Cable presents the entire show beginning at 5:00am each Monday on channel 17.