Escape (TV network)

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Escape
Type Digital broadcast television network
Country United States
Availability Nationwide via OTA digital TV
(85% U.S. coverage)[1]
Founded April 3, 2014 (2014-04-03)
by Jonathan Katz
Slogan Slip Away.
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia
Owner Katz Broadcasting, LLC
(E. W. Scripps Company)[2]
Parent Escape Media, LLC
Key people
Launch date
August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18)
Picture format
480i (SDTV)
Affiliates List of Escape affiliates
Official website
escapetv.com

Escape is an American digital multicast television network that is owned by Katz Broadcasting. The network, which is targeted at adults between the ages of 25 and 54 years old, primarily focuses on feature films, but also carries some true crime documentary series.

The network is available in several media markets via the digital subchannels of broadcast television stations and on the digital tiers of select cable providers through a local affiliate of the network. Although the network mainly competes with digital multicast networks such as This TV, Movies!, and GetTV, the network's gender-targeted format is similar to that of cable channels such as Lifetime and Oxygen.

Originally, Katz sold the network to affiliated TV stations via ad split, but by October 2015 had moved to paying carriage fees in exchange for the network ad inventory.[4]1 Escape used direct response advertising as a meter of viewers before switching to Nielsen rating C-3.[4]3

History

Katz Broadcasting announced the formation of Escape and sister network Grit on April 3, 2014, with a formal launch scheduled for that summer. When the network was first announced, Katz Broadcasting entered into an affiliation agreement with Univision Communications, which planned to launch Grit in 22 markets served by a station owned by the group or operated through local marketing agreements with Entravision Communications – giving Grit affiliates in 17 of the 20 largest U.S. television markets (including markets such as New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas-Fort Worth). The network immediately sought carriage on the digital subchannels of television stations owned by other broadcasting companies.[5] On June 17, 2014, Katz signed group deals to carry Escape on stations owned and/or operated by Raycom Media in six markets.[6]

On August 11, 2014, Katz announced that the two networks would launch simultaneously on August 18. Escape launched at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time on that date,[7] with the 1981 film Body Heat as the network's inaugural broadcast.[8]

Katz estimated, based on direct response advertising business by September 2015, the network has close to 250,000 prime time viewer. At that time, Escape along with its sibling network, Grit, were signing up for national ratings from Nielsen.[9]

In May 2016, Escape acquired rights to American Greed and Bellum Entertainment’s Corrupt Crimes. Escape had partnered in May with Bellum on production of five true-crime shows totaling 400-plus episodes marking the network's entry into original programming.[10]

Programming

Escape mainly features a mix of theatrically released feature films focusing on the crime drama and mystery genres, as well as off-network reality-based crime re-enactment series. Katz Broadcasting president and CEO Jonathan Katz based the demographic-targeted concept of Escape and Grit after Bounce TV, a network Katz co-founded with Martin Luther King III and Andrew Young in 2011 that is targeted at African American audiences; Katz stated Escape and Grit are "the country's first ever male-centric and female-centric broadcast networks," featuring different programming from other classic television multicast networks that Katz referred to as "generic brands with generic names, created by studios to serve the studios."[11]

Movies

Escape's program schedule relies primarily on an extensive library of films through multi-year program licensing agreements with several major film studios: Warner Bros. Pictures (distributed through Warner Bros. Television Distribution),[12] Universal Pictures (through NBCUniversal Television Distribution),[13] Paramount Pictures (through Trifecta Entertainment & Media),[14] and Sony Pictures Entertainment.[15]

Television series

The majority of Escape's schedule consists of off-network reality-based crime re-enactment series. Shortly before the network's launch, on August 1, 2014, Escape acquired the syndication rights to three true crime series – Forensic Files, Snapped, and the Dennis Farina run of Unsolved Mysteries – through respective deals with Trifecta Entertainment & Media, NBCUniversal Television Distribution, and Cosgrove/Meurer Productions for its initial schedule.[16][17]

Original shows produced by Bellum Entertainment are:[10]

  • Lady Killers, about women killing someone close to them,
  • Murderous Affairs, "lethal love affairs"
  • It Takes a Killer, profiling infamous murders
  • Deep Undercover, real-life undercover missions with host Joe Pistone
  • They Kill for It, overs passion and fully planned killings

Affiliates

At introduction in August 2014, Escape had current or pending affiliation agreements with television stations in 33 media markets encompassing 19 states (including stations in 23 of the 50 largest Nielsen markets), covering approximately 50% of the United States. As of January 2017, Escape has affiliates covering over 76% of the US TV market.[18]

On July 17, 2014, Katz announced affiliation deals with the Cox Media Group to carry Escape on 2 stations; as well as a deal with PMCM TV, LLC to carry Escape and Grit in the Philadelphia market, and Citadel Communications for 2 stations. It also expanded its affiliation deal with Univision Communications to add stations in 3 stations to the network's originally announced Univision-owned charter affiliates.[19][20]

On November 16, 2015, Katz announced new affiliation deals with Media General and Tribune Media adding the network to eight more markets.[21]

On June 15, 2016, Katz announced new affiliation deals with Nexstar Broadcasting Group and Cordillera Communications KVOA [22]

List of current affiliates

City of license/market Station[23] Virtual
channel
Owner Notes †

Alabama

Birmingham WUOA-LD 46.3 DTV America Corporation Launched July 1, 2016
WIAT 42.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched November 1, 2017
Dothan WDHN 18.2 Launched September 1, 2015
Huntsville WZDX 54.4 Launched August 23, 2016
Mobile WALA-TV 10.4 Meredith Corporation Launched September 25, 2017
Montgomery WALE-LD 17.3 Woods Communications Company Launched August 11, 2015

Arizona

Flagstaff KFPH-DT 13.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Green Valley (Tucson) KUVE-DT 46.4
Phoenix KASW 61.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 2016
KFPH-CD 35.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Tucson KVOA-TV 4.3 Cordillera Communications

Arkansas

Fort Smith KFTA-TV 24.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 19, 2016
Little Rock KLRT-TV 16.2 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Launched August 23, 2016

California

Bakersfield KBTF-CD 31.3 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Fresno KGPE 47.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 18, 2016
Hanford (Fresno) KFTV-DT 21.3 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Los Angeles KHIZ-LD 39.1 DTV America Corporation Launched November 1, 2016
Modesto (Sacramento) KUVS-DT 19.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Ontario (Los Angeles) KFTR-DT 46.3 Launched August 18, 2014
San FranciscoOaklandSan Jose KDTV-DT 14.4 Launched August 18, 2014

Colorado

Boulder (Denver) KTFD-DT 14.4 Univision Communications
(operated by Entravision Communications)
Launched August 18, 2014
Colorado Springs KXRM-TV 21.4 Nexstar Media Group
Grand Junction KFQX 4.3 Launched September 13, 2016

Connecticut

Hartford WFSB 3.2 Meredith Corporation[24] Launched April 15, 2015

Delaware

Wilmington (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) KJWP 2.2 Maranatha Broadcasting Company Launched August 18, 2014

District of Columbia

Washington WRZB-LD 31.2 DC Broadcasting Launched August 2017

Florida

Cape Coral (Fort Myers) WFTX-TV 36.2 E. W. Scripps Company Launched January, 2016
Jacksonville WRCZ-LD 35.6 DTV America Corporation Launched October 2, 2017
Melbourne (Orlando) WOTF-DT 43.4 Univision Communications
(operated by Entravision Communications)
Launched August 18, 2014
Miami WLTV-DT 23.3 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Orlando WRCF-CD 29.1
WFTV 9.3 Cox Media Group Launched August 1, 2016
Panama City WMBB 13.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 15, 2016
Tampa WFTT-DT 50.4 Univision Communications
(operated by Entravision Communications)
Launched August 18, 2014
Wabasso (West Palm Beach) WXOD-LD 33.3 DTV America Corporation Launched January, 2016

Georgia

Atlanta WUVG-DT 34.4 Univision Communications Launched September 25, 2017
Augusta WJBF 6.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched November 2017
Columbus WXTX 54.3 American Spirit Media
(operated by Raycom Media)
Launched August 18, 2014
Macon WMGT-TV 41.4 Morris Multimedia Launched March 18, 2016

Hawaii

Honolulu KGMB 5.3 Raycom Media Launched August 18, 2014

Idaho

Nampa (Boise) KIVI-TV 6.3 E. W. Scripps Company Launched July 1, 2015
Twin Falls KSAW-LD

Illinois

Aurora (Chicago) WXFT-DT 60.2 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Peoria WMBD-TV 31.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 15, 2016
Rock Island (Davenport, Iowa) WHBF-TV 4.4 Launched August 30, 2016
Rockford WQRF-TV 39.3 Launched September 1, 2016
Springfield (Champaign) WCIX 49.3 Launched August 23, 2016

Indiana

Evansville WTVW 7.3 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)
Launched August 23, 2016
Fort Wayne WANE-TV 15.4 Nexstar Media Group
Indianapolis WRTV 6.4 E. W. Scripps Company Launched June 16, 2015
Terre Haute WTWO 2.3 Nexstar Media Group Subchannel off the air since July 25, 2017

Iowa

Ames (Des Moines) KCWI-TV 23.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 24, 2016
Ottumwa KYOU-TV 15.3 American Spirit Media
Sioux City KCAU-TV 9.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 7, 2015

Kansas

Lawrence (Kansas City, Missouri) KMCI-TV 38.3 E. W. Scripps Company Launched April 15, 2015
Topeka KTMJ-CD 43.3 Nexstar Media Group
Wichita KGPT-CD 26.4 Great Plains Television Network, LLC Launched December 2014

Kentucky

Bowling Green WCZU-LD 39.6 DTV America Corporation Launched September 23, 2016
Lexington WTVQ-DT 36.5 Morris Multimedia Launched June 2016
Louisville WKYI-CD 24.3 New Albany Broadcasting Company Launched November 5, 2015
WBNA 21.7 Evangel World Prayer Center Launched October 12, 2017

Louisiana

Alexandria WNTZ-TV 48.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 2, 2016
Baton Rouge WBXH-CD 39.2 Raycom Media Launched August 30, 2015
Crowley (Lafayette) K18JF-D/K36MG-D/K43MS-D/K47NC-D 18/36/43/47 DTV America Corporation Station Currently off air/Scheduled Launch Mid-2017 on two of these four stations.
Lake Charles KVHP 29.3 American Spirit Media Launch Date TBD
New Orleans WGNO 26.3 Tribune Broadcasting
(sale to Sinclair Broadcast Group pending)
Launched February 1, 2016
Shreveport KSHV-TV 45.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 2016
West Monroe KTVE 10.4 Launched September 12, 2016

Maine

Portland WPXT 51.3 Ironwood Communications Launchede November 7, 2016

Maryland

Hagerstown WDVM-TV 25.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 27, 2016
Salisbury WGDV-LD 32.4 Marquee Broadcasting Launched October 1, 2016

Massachusetts

Boston WFXT 25.2 Cox Media Group Launched May 2016
New Bedford (Providence, Rhode Island) WLNE-TV 6.3 Citadel Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Springfield WWLP 22.4 Nexstar Media Group

Michigan

Detroit WMYD 20.3 E. W. Scripps Company Launched July 1, 2015
Escanaba (Marquette) WJMN-TV 3.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 13, 2016
Grand Rapids WXSP-CD 15.3
Lake City (Traverse City) WMNN-LD 26.4 Freelancer Television Broadcasting

Minnesota

Minneapolis KMBD-LD 43.2 DTV America Corporation Launched April 2, 2016

Mississippi

Hattiesburg WHLT 22.4 Nexstar Media Group
Jackson WLBT 3.3 Raycom Media Launched January 2, 2015

Missouri

Joplin KSNF 16.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 25, 2016
St. Louis KTVI 2.3 Tribune Broadcasting
Springfield KOZL-TV 27.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 20, 2016

Montana

Billings KSVI 6.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 2016

Nebraska

Lincoln KLKN 8.3 Citadel Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Omaha KMTV-TV 3.3 E. W. Scripps Company Launched January 18, 2016

Nevada

Las Vegas KVVU-TV 5.3 Meredith Corporation Launched April 23, 2015

New Jersey

Middletown Township WJLP 33.3 Press Communications Launched March 21, 2016
Newark WFUT-DT 68.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Operates as satellite of WFTY-DT

New Mexico

Albuquerque KASY-TV 50.2 Tamer Media Launched January 11, 2016

New York

Albany WTEN 10.4 Nexstar Media Group
Binghamton WIVT 34.4 Launched September 19, 2016
Buffalo WKBW-TV 7.3 E. W. Scripps Company Launched April 28, 2015
Elmira WETM-TV 18.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 1, 2016
Rochester WROC-TV 8.4 Launched August 2016
Smithtown (New York City) WFTY-DT 67.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Utica WFXV 33.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 3, 2016
Watertown WWTI 50.4 Launched August 27, 2016

North Carolina

Kannapolis (Charlotte) WAXN-TV 64.3 Cox Media Group Launched August 18, 2014
Manteo (Norfolk, Virginia) WSKY-TV 4.2 Lockwood Broadcast Group Launched March 2015
Wilmington WECT 6.3 Raycom Media Launched August 18, 2014

North Dakota

Bismarck KXMB-TV 12.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 13, 2016
Dickinson KXMA-TV 2.4 (19)
Fargo/Valley City KRDK-TV 4.7 (38) Major Market Broadcasting Launched April 1, 2015
Minot KXMC-TV 13.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 13, 2016
Williston KXMD-TV 11.4 (14)

Ohio

Cincinnati WCPO-TV 9.2 E. W. Scripps Company Launched April 15, 2015
Cleveland WQHS-DT 61.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Dayton WDTN 2.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched December 31, 2015
Toledo WUPW 36.3 American Spirit Media
(operated by Raycom Media)
Launched November 18, 2014

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City KAUT-TV 43.3 Tribune Broadcasting Launched January 2016
Tulsa KOKI-TV 23.3 Cox Media Group Launched August 18, 2014

Oregon

Portland KPDX 49.2 Meredith Corporation[24] Launched October 8, 2015

Pennsylvania

Altoona (Johnstown) WTAJ-TV 10.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 26, 2016
Erie WJET-TV 24.2
Scranton WYOU 22.2 Mission Broadcasting
(operated by Nexstar Media Group)

Puerto Rico

Culebra (San Juan) W46EO-D 45.2 TV Red Puerto Rico Launched February 28, 2017

South Carolina

Columbia WKTC 63.5 WBHQ Columbia, LLC Launched October 2, 2017
Greenville WHNS 21.3 Meredith Corporation[24] Launched April 15, 2015
Myrtle Beach WBTW 13.4 Nexstar Media Group

Tennessee

Chattanooga WDEF-TV 12.3 Morris Multimedia
Crossville (Knoxville) WBXX-TV 20.2 Gray Television Re-launched January 1, 2017
(Previously aired between 4/15/2015 and 10/31/2016.)
Jackson WJKT 16.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 8, 2016
Kingsport (Johnson City) WKPT-TV 19.4 Glenwood Communications Corporation
Memphis WHBQ-TV 13.2 Cox Media Group Launched June 1, 2016
Nashville WSMV-TV 4.2 Meredith Corporation Replaced Heartland in November 2016

Texas

Abilene KTAB-TV 32.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 25, 2016
Amarillo KCIT 14.3
Austin KNVA 54.4 Launched October 13, 2017
Blanco (San Antonio) KNIC-DT 17.2 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Brownsville (Harlingen) KVEO-TV 23.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 2016
El Paso KTSM-TV 9.3 Launched September 13, 2016
Garland (DallasFort Worth) KUVN-DT 23.3 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Houston KEHO-LD 32.2 DTV America Corporation Launched October 26, 2016
Killeen (Austin) KAKW-DT 62.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Longview (Tyler) KFXK-TV 51.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 15, 2016
Lubbock KAMC 28.2 Launched August 20, 2016
Midland-Odessa KMID 2.3 Launched September 2016
Rosenberg (Houston) KXLN-DT 45.3 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
San Angelo KSAN-TV 3.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 25, 2016
Tyler KQKT-LD 21.1 DTV America Corporation Launch date TBD
Wichita Falls KJTL 18.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 1, 2016

Utah

Provo (Salt Lake City) KUTH-DT 32.4 Univision Communications Launched August 18, 2014
Ogden (Salt Lake City) KUCW 30.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 2, 2016

Vermont

Burlington WFFF-TV 44.2 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 23, 2016

Virginia

Richmond WWBT 12.3 Raycom Media Launched August 18, 2014
Roanoke WFXR 27.4 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 30, 2016

Washington

Seattle (Seattle-Tacoma) KCPQ 13.3 Tribune Broadcasting Launched January 28, 2016

West Virginia

Clarksburg WBOY-TV 12.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched September 15, 2016
Huntington-Charleston WOWK-TV 13.2 Launched September 1, 2016
Wheeling WTRF-TV 7.4 Launched September 2016

Wisconsin

Appleton (Green Bay) WACY-TV 32.3 E. W. Scripps Company Launched August 11, 2015
Chippewa Falls (Eau Claire-La Crosse) WEUX 48.3 Nexstar Media Group Launched August 30, 2016
Milwaukee WTMJ-TV 4.3 E.W. Scripps Company Launched January 1, 2017

List of former affiliates

City of license/market Station[23] Virtual
channel
Owner Dates of affiliation Notes †

Arkansas

Fort Smith KFLU-LD 20.3 DTV America Corporation September 19 - October 26, 2016 Now airing Decades
Paragould (Jonesboro) KPMF-LD 26.1 June 23 - October 26, 2016 Replaced by MyNetworkTV

District of Columbia

Washington WFDC-DT 14.4 Univision Communications
(operated by Entravision Communications)
August 18, 2014 - September 30, 2017 Replaced by Bounce TV

Florida

Live Oak (Jacksonville) WKBJ-LD 20.2 DTV America Corporation February 17 - November 13, 2016 Replaced by Infomercials and the Escape affiliation moved to WRCZ-LD's sixth digital subchannel after almost a year of absence, now airing Movies!

Georgia

Atlanta WSB-TV 2.2 Cox Media Group March 27 - September 24, 2017 Replaced by Bounce TV, and the Escape affiliation moved to WUVG-DT's fourth digital subchannel.
Savannah WDID-LP 26.4 Regal Media January 4 - August 20, 2016 License cancelled by the Federal Communications Commission on February 16, 2017.

Indiana

Elkhart-South Bend WSJV 28.2 Quincy Media October 1, 2016 - July 30, 2017 Replaced by SD feed of main signal.

North Carolina

Fayetteville (RaleighDurham) WIRP-LD 27.3 DTV America Corporation January 4 - December 13, 2016 Replaced by Liquidation Channel
Lexington (Greensboro) WCWG 20.2 Lockwood Broadcast Group June 1, 2015 - July 30, 2017 WCWG sold its spectrum for $105,731,122 and indicated that it would enter into a post-auction channel sharing agreement, resulting in the station dropping the network.

Oregon

La Grande KUNP 16.2 Sinclair Broadcast Group December 1, 2016 - February 12, 2017 Replaced by TBD

South Carolina

Charleston WBSE-LP 20.2 Regal Media January 4 - September 3, 2016

Texas

College Station (Waco) KZCZ-LD 34.4 DTV America Corporation September 12 - December 13, 2016 Replaced by QVC

Wisconsin

Milwaukee WTSJ-LP 38.3 DTV America Corporation May 5 - October 26, 2016 Affiliation moved to WTMJ-DT3 after a two and a half-month absence, swapping Cozi TV to WTSJ-LP.

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External links

  • Official website
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