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WB network returning to county

May 19, 1999

The WB network, with television favorites "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Dawsons Creek" and "Felicity," is returning to Antietam Cable Television in Washington County on June 24, according to the cable company.

WB affiliate WBDC-TV in Washington, D.C., will be available to all of Antietam Cable's estimated 35,000 customers, said Cynthia Garland, director of special projects for Antietam Cable in Hagerstown.

Antietam Cable has not determined the channel on which the WB network will appear, Garland said.

Until last September WB network programs were available to Antietam Cable customers because local station WJAL was a WB affiliate, she said.

When WJAL and the WB network parted ways Antietam Cable customers were left without access to the WB network.

Before negotiating the agreement for total programming broadcast, Antietam Cable and the Washington station had arranged for Antietam Cable to receive the station's broadcasts of Baltimore Orioles games. The games will continue to be shown on Antietam Cable channel 65 until June 24, Garland said.

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- Dan Kulin

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