One Washington County woman and customer of Antietam Broadband is frustrated about her inability to watch WDVM 25 through her television.
Antietam needs “to be more accommodating to the community, instead of sending and mailing us stuff put that money towards getting our stations back so we can watch what’s going on locally in our community,” Cindy Kiley said.
Kiley expressed sadness regarding Antietam’s decision to take WDVM off their service.
“I mean they’re our local channel and we can’t even watch them and it’s very sad because we do a lot out here in Washington County and the community and we should be able to see what’s going on on TV,” said Kiley.
WDVM Meteorologist Adam Rutt says residents in Washington County can expect opportunities of wintry weather around the corner. Rutt notes that it’s his mission to keep viewers informed about weather warnings.
“We always want to try and have the best interest of our local community in place and human safety is priority one,” Rutt said.
Antietam Broadband customers wanting to get WDVM back on their cable network should call their city council members at 301-766-4175.