Tuff TV

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Tuff TV
Type Broadcast television network
Branding Tuff TV
Country United States
Availability Nationwide via OTA digital television
(covering 33% of the U.S.)[1]
Slogan Are you Tuff enuff?
Broadcast area
Worldwide
Key people
Lou Seals
John Bonner
Paul Miller
Launch date
June 30, 2009
Official website
www.TuffTV.com

Tuff TV is a digital broadcast network targeted at men. Tuff TV launched on June 30, 2009. It is a joint venture between Seals Entertainment Company and Luken Communications.

History[edit]

Tuff agreed to carry some games from the first season of the Fall Experimental Football League in October and November 2014.[2]

Programming[edit]

[3]

  • 3 Wide Life
  • Airtime
  • American Spirit TV
  • American Sports Network college football
  • Anne Audain Special
  • Another Shade of Blue
  • Auto Wars
  • Bass West USA
  • BC Outdoors Sport Fishing
  • Beta Records TV
  • Board Wild
  • Brawl Call
  • California Shotgunners
  • Classic Restos
  • Cold Squad
  • Core Culture
  • Day Zero
  • Dog the Bounty Hunter
  • Dream Car Garage
  • Eye For An Eye
  • Fall Experimental Football League
  • Future Stars of Wrestling
  • Fusion TV
  • GillznFinz
  • Golf Soup
  • Hard Drive
  • Heartland Poker
  • High Octane
  • Highway to Fame
  • In the Fight
  • Insider Exclusive
  • Lake Commandos
  • Latitudes And Attitudes
  • Lindner's Ultimate Angler
  • Livin' La Vida with Stella & Stuart
  • Lumberjack's Challenge
  • Man on a Mission
  • Mazda Motorsports Hour
  • MMA:30
  • MMA Inside The Cage
  • Money TV
  • Motorz TV
  • MotoWorld 2 Rev It Up
  • Music Mix USA
  • NWA On Fire Wrestling Classics
  • On The Pole
  • Red Chip Money Report
  • REAL FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS RFC XPTV
  • Reel Animals
  • Ringside Boxing
  • Rock Star Kitchen
  • Ship Shape
  • Show-Boating
  • Softball 360
  • Sopwith Motorsports TV
  • Sport Compact TV
  • Stihl Timbersports
  • Street Kings
  • Suzuki Great Outdoors
  • Tail Fins And Chrome
  • The Butkus Award
  • The Motocross Files
  • TORC Unleashed
  • Training With Pros
  • United Fight Alliance
  • V8TV
  • Windy City Poker Championship
  • Wingshooting USA
  • Wrestlicious
  • XFC MMA
  • XPTV SPORTS

Affiliates[edit]

The following TV stations carry TUFF TV over digital terrestrial television:

City Station Channel Owner

Alabama[edit]

Birmingham/Tuscaloosa WRTD-LD 46.4 Digital Networks

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix K38IZ-D 38.2 Spanish Independent Broadcast Network
Yuma KSWT 13.2 Pappas Telecasting

California[edit]

Fresno/Reedley KVBC-LP 13.07 Cocola Broadcasting
Redding KGEC-LD 26.2 Cooper Communications

Colorado[edit]

Cortez K26CI-D 27.4 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association

Florida[edit]

Orlando WHDO-CD 38.1 Local HDTV Inc.

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WTBS-LD 26.5 Prism Broadcasting

Illinois[edit]

Aurora/Chicago WPVN-CD 24.1 Polnet Communications

Kansas[edit]

Sublette KDGL-LD 23.2 High Plains Broadcasting
Wichita KSMI-LD 51.4 Digital Networks

Kentucky[edit]

East Bernstadt/London WOBZ-LD 9.3 ARK-TV, Inc.

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WHNE-LD 14.4 Tait Broadcasting LLC
West Branch (Flint DMA) WUWB-LD 20.5 M33 Media LLC

Minnesota[edit]

Alexandria K60EJ 47.1 Selective TV, Inc.

Mississippi[edit]

Tupelo/Bruce W07BN-D 7.4 Bruce Independent Television, Inc.

Montana[edit]

Kalispell K34MJ-D 34.3 Weese Enterprises

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KHMP-LD 18.4 Pahrump Media Group

New Hampshire[edit]

Charlestown WYCU 26.2

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KYNM-LD 30.2 Belmax Broadcasting

New York[edit]

Cobleskill WYBN 14.3 Cable Ad Net New York, Inc.
Rochester WBGT-CD 46.3 Vision Communications

North Carolina[edit]

Asheville WASV 50.3 Digital Networks
Charlotte WHKY-TV 14.3 Long Communications

Ohio[edit]

Canton/Newcomerstown/Loudonville/Millersburg WIVD-LD/WIVM-LD/WIVN-LD/WIVX-LD 29.3/39.2 Image Video Teleproductions, Inc.
Cincinnati WBQC-LD 25.6 Elliot Block

Pennsylvania[edit]

Erie WLEP-LD 9.3 Hapa Media Properties, LLC

Puerto Rico[edit]

Arecibo WMEI 14.1 CMCG Puerto Rico (Max Media)

South Dakota[edit]

Rapid City KRPC-LP 33.3 Digital Networks

Tennessee[edit]

Alexandria/Nashville WRTN-LD 6.5 Richard C. & Lisa A. Goetz
Chattanooga WOOT 6.4 Digital Networks

Texas[edit]

Beaumont, Texas KAOB-LD 27.6 C. Dowen Johnson

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KPDR-LD 19.2 Craig and Marilyn Caples & William Mitchell

Washington[edit]

Yakima K38OI-D 38.4 Grupo Hispanavision

West Virginia[edit]

Williamson WHJC 27.2 Four Winds Television Inc.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Top 25 Digital Broadcast Networks". TVNewsCheck.com. 17 June 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "FXFL To Be Carried on ESPN3" (Press release). New York: FXFL. PR Newswire. October 1, 2014. Retrieved October 20, 2014 – via NBC Right Now. 
  3. ^ http://www.tufftv.com/