WATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) – KWWL is proud to announce its addition of two new channels, Court TV and Justice Network.
Justice Network (7.5) will launch Wednesday, May 1 at 10 a.m. Justice Network is a 24/7 broadcast television network that entertains and informs its viewers with gripping crime and investigation programming while making communities safer. Justice Network provides a first-of-its-kind public service initiative that helps catch fugitives, find missing children and provide safety tips for its viewers. Proud to be the only multicast network with non-stop crime programming and a public service commitment, Justice Network recognizes crime affects everyone.
Court TV (7.4) will launch Wednesday, May 8 at 10 a.m. For nearly two decades, Court TV brought high-profile courtroom dramas into American living rooms. Continuing that legacy, Katz Networks is rebooting one of the most iconic brands in television history. The new Court TV is devoted to live gavel-to-gavel coverage, in-depth legal reporting and expert analysis of the nation’s most important and compelling trials.
“We are excited to offer more local television channels to Eastern Iowa,” said Quincy Media Vice President and General Manager of KWWL Jim McKernan. “With the addition of Justice Network, a channel that lets viewers help catch fugitives and find missing children, along with Court TV and its round the clock legal reporting, KWWL is leading the way in finding new avenues to serve our local audience.”
The two channels join KWWL (7.1), KWWL CW (7.2) and MeTV (7.3). To pick up the station, over-the-air viewers may need to re-scan their TVs and/or digital boxes on or after May 1st and again on or after May 8th.