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Court TV is coming back to television, this time as an over-the-air channel

Court TV will be back in session next month — this time, on over-the-air television stations, including six in Wisconsin. 

Katz Networks, which is owned by E.W. Scripps Co., announced that the “new” Court TV will premiere at 8 a.m. May 8 on stations covering more than half of the television households in the United States. 

Among those stations is Milwaukee’s WTMJ-TV. Joe Poss, vice president and general manager of WTMJ-TV, confirmed that Court TV was coming to Milwaukee “and will be on one of WTMJ’s digital channels.” But the specific subchannel hasn’t been finalized, he said, and there’s no word yet on whether it will be carried on local cable and satellite systems. 

In addition to one of WTMJ’s digital channels, Court TV will be carried on digital subchannels operated by five other Wisconsin stations, according to a Scripps spokeswoman: WGBA in Green Bay, WKOW in Madison, WXOW in La Crosse, WQOW in Eau Claire and WAOW in Wausau/Rhinelander. 

WGBA is, like WTMJ and Katz, owned by Scripps. The other stations are owned by Quincy Media. 

Court TV’s programming also will stream on the channel’s website, 

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