I must say it is nice to see their programming. In a way, it is what TV Land was when it first started. Hopefully they will not add crap later on like TV Land did and stick with only classic TV shows. It is hard to find as one of the few ways to see it is through over the air digital broadcasting (it's an additional digital channel of an established TV station). It is carried on some cable systems but usually only on the upper digital tiers which means if you have expanded basic cable, you can't get it unless you upgrade. I haven't heard that Dish or DirectTV are carrying the Network feed.
The unique thing for this network is each market can choose what they want to carry. In Atlanta, WSB 2.2 dropped RTN's late night live show, Unreliable Sources, and carries The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.
If you are fortunate enough to get this network in your TV market and haven't checked it out, you are missing out.
Their web site address is: http://www.myretrotv.com/
There is a page to let you know which cities are receiving RTN.