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Alexandria, Tennessee
Branding WRTN
Slogan TV Worth Watching
Channels Analog: 6 (VHF)
Digital: 7 (VHF)
Virtual: 6.1 (PSIP)
Affiliations (see article)
Owner Richard C. and Lisa A. Goetz
Call letters' meaning Retro Television Network
Former callsigns W25DG (2004-2005)
WKRP-LP (2005-2009)
Former affiliations White Springs Television
Transmitter power Analog: 2 kW
Digital: 0.3 kW
Website http://www.wrtn.us/

WRTN-LP is a low-power television station in the Nashville area, based in Lebanon, Tennessee and licensed to Alexandria. The station, which broadcasts on channel 6,[1] is owned by Richard and Lisa Goetz[2] and was affiliated with White Springs Television[1] (as WKRP-LP) until September 2008 when it changed affiliates to RTN (Retro Television Network, currently branded as Retro TV). The low power digital channel 7 started broadcasting on June 12, 2009. On April 27, 2009, the call letters of the digital channel were changed to WRTN-LD, but the call letters of the analog channel remained listed as WKRP-LP until 2010 (despite the callsign being reassigned to WKRP-LP (now WKWT-LP), a sister station in Key West, Florida. The station currently has a construction permit to move to UHF 19.

Digital subchannels[edit]

All subchannels are shown in the 480i 4:3 SD format.

Digital channels

Channel Programming
6.1 Daystar Television Network
6.2 Retro Television Network
6.3 Cozi TV
6.4 Classic Shows
6.5 Tuff TV
6.6 Classic Movies
6.7 Infomercials


  1. ^ a b Smith, Douglas E. (January 2008). "TV News" (PDF). VHF-UHF Digest (Worldwide TV-FM DX Association): 10. 
  2. ^ "FCC Clarifies Low Power Television Carriage on Cable Systems: You're Coming In Loud, But Not Clear" (Press release). Garvey Schubert Barer. 

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