Cozi-TV, Home to classic television - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

Cozi-TV, Home to classic television

INDIANAPOLIS -

WTHR is broadcasting the COZI-TV network, a national television network developed by the NBC Owned Television Stations, over-the-air on WALV-CD channel 46.1 and WTHR channel 13.2. Drawing from the vast library of NBC Universal as well as from other top studios, COZI-TV brings viewers America's most beloved and iconic television series including well-known shows like Magnum P.I., The Bionic Woman, Charlie's Angels, Highway to Heaven, Lone Ranger and The Six Million Dollar Man.

"Many of these programs haven't been seen in years, so we're excited to be bringing some of the all-time favorites in the history of television to Central Indiana viewers," said President and General Manager John Cardenas. "This network is a terrific companion to the Me-TV network which has been a great success for us, and also delivers nostalgic television that viewers really enjoy."

See descriptions of the shows you'll find on Cozi-TV
Cozi on cable

In addition to classic television programs, viewers can also enjoy two hit movies, old and new, weekday afternoons beginning at 2:00 p.m. ET, plus rebroadcasts of Dr. Phil weekdays at 7:00 p.m. ET, and a repeat showing of 13 Eyewitness News Monday through Friday at midnight ET.

COZI-TV is also available to Central Indiana viewers on all major cable systems including Comcast channel 250 in Indianapolis, Kokomo, Columbus, Greensburg, and Muncie. On AT&T U-Verse COZI-TV is available to most viewers on channel 50, and on channel 60 on the Bright House cable network.

COZI-TV was first launched by the NBC Owned Television stations in January on the digital channels of the 10 NBC-owned stations. Meredith McGinn, Vice President of Multi-Station Local Programming for NBC Owned Television Stations said, "Backed by the virtually limitless vault of NBCUniversal content, we are building not just a collection of great programs, but an experience for our viewers by putting them at the center of the network both on air and online."

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