KFLA

REV'N TVChattanooga, Tenn. (June 25, 2015) – Luken Communications, LLC is excited to announce an affiliation agreement between Luken’s latest network offering, Rev’n, and KFLA – Los Angeles (DMA 2). KFLA, a long-time affiliate of Luken’s Retro TV, will launch Rev’n on July 1, 2015. Los Angeles area viewers will be able to find Rev’n over-the-air on channel 8.6, in addition to Retro TV on 8.3.     This means V8TV fans can now see the show on KFLA Monday nights at 9:00 PM, click here for additional airtimes!

 

Roy William Mayhugh, owner of KFLA says, “I’m pleased to further KFLA’s relationship with Luken Communications. Rev’n is certainly unique among its competitors and I think our viewers will respond to the distinctive programming Rev’n offers.”


Tim Krass, Luken’s Vice President of Affiliate Sales - West, says, “Roy Mayhugh has proven to be an exceptional partner and our team is thrilled to build upon our existing relationship. As a Los Angeles resident, I’m especially thrilled to see how my local market embraces Rev’n’s one-of-a-kind programming.”


Rev’n officially launched on December 1, 2014 with an initial reach of 26 affiliates in 24 markets estimated to have more than 37 million homes. Rev'n, a network geared towards the automotive performance enthusiast, is dedicated to all things revving including cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, events, auctions and more. With proven automotive content such as Two Guys Garage, Bidding Wars, Truck U and My Classic Car, Rev'n is a hit with fans and advertisers alike.


About Luken Communications:

Luken Communications offers diverse, family-friendly programming with its collection of networks reaching approximately 80 percent of all U.S. households via a blend of over-the-air, cable and satellite television. The current network offerings include Rev’n, Retro TV, The Heartland Network, The Family Channel, PBJ, TUFF TV and Frost Great Outdoors (FGO). Luken Communications’ flagship Retro TV was one of the first digital broadcast networks launched in 2005.