WETV (Florida)

WETV was a television station that operated on channel 13 at Key West, Florida, from 1989 to 1990. It was owned by Palmetto Broadcasters Associated for Communities, associated with Palm Beach Atlantic College, and aired programming from the Trinity Broadcasting Network in its short time on air. WETV's existence was cut short when an act of Congress ordered the channel's reservation for TV Martí, the new United States government television service for Cuba, and the government paid the owner to surrender the license.


WETV was a television station that operated on channel 13 at Key West, Florida, from 1989 to 1990. It was owned by Palmetto Broadcasters Associated for Communities, associated with Palm Beach Atlantic College, and aired programming from the Trinity Broadcasting Network in its short time on air. WETV's existence was cut short when an act of Congress ordered the channel's reservation for TV Martí, the new United States government television service for Cuba, and the government paid the owner to surrender the license.
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