Augusta Business Daily

Fri, September 22, 2023

CTA launches local business news programming

Atlanta-based Conservative Television of America, which has been streaming programming nationwide on Roku, Apple TV, and Firestick for more than two years, officially launched its first local TV affiliate with a Columbia County Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Columbia County Chamber of Commerce President, Russell Lahodny, who led the ribbon-cutting ceremony, is excited to bring local business news to the forefront on their one-hour show, which airs Tuesdays at 6:30 P.M and 11:30 P.M. and Wednesdays at 10:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. on digital channel 49.4.

Conservative Television of America (CTA) in Augusta is available on digital channel 49.4, with 18 hours of national programming and six hours of local programming available every day. CTA expansion plans include local affiliate launches in Savannah, Macon, and Atlanta over the next 90 days, and in 25 states before the 2024 Republican presidential primaries.

This event was held at the Watchmen Broadcasting studios on Knox Avenue in North Augusta, SC. CTA Founder and CEO, Claude Mancuso, CTA Director of Development and Affiliate Relations, Kevin Ellwood, CTA Washington, D.C. anchor, Terry Gilberg, and Watchmen Broadcasting founder, Dorothy Spaulding hosted the event.

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