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NHPBS (WEKW) in Keene will be changing frequencies on March 13th, 2020. Over-the-air antenna users must rescan their TVs on or after March 13th to continue to receive our signal. TV sets using satellite, cable or other pay TV providers do not need to rescan. Again, over-the-air antenna users only, rescan your TV on or after March 13th so you do not lose NHPBS’ signal. 

By law certain television stations in our area are required to change broadcast frequencies. On March 13, 2020, New Hampshire PBS (WEKW) in Keene is one of the stations set to change its frequency. After the work is complete, over-the-air viewers will need to rescan their TVs to receive the broadcast signals.

HOW TO: Each television is different.

  • Start with your TV remote menu
  • Look for “Channel Scan” or “Auto Tune”
  • Your TV will rescan for all available channels
  • It can take a minute or two
  • Sometimes you have to rescan again

When you’ve rescanned your television, New Hampshire PBS as well as New Hampshire PBS Explore, Create, World and PBS Kids channel should be back among the available over-the-air channels.

To learn more visit: fcc.gov/TVrescan

 *NOTE: If you are a cable or satellite subscriber this does not affect you.

Please contact us at (603) 868-1100 or online with any questions.

 

New Hampshire PBS welcomes a respectful and engaged community where fans can come together to participate in discussions about our programming. Our moderators reserve the right to hide any comments that fall outside of these community guidelines. Repeat offenders will be blocked from our page.

  • Every commenter is encouraged to voice their experiences and opinions regardless of ideology, religion, or political affiliation – provided those opinions advance the conversation in a constructive way.
  • Before jumping to conclusions in the comment thread, please watch, listen or read the post that the comments refer to.
  • Respect the fact that others might have different cultural values than you.
  • Avoid profane, racist, sexist, bigoted or otherwise offensive posts, and never abuse another commenter.
  • “Trolling” or posting disruptive statements in order to hijack a comment thread is not allowed.

If you have any questions about our guidelines or about our show, please contact us at themailbox@nhpbs.org.


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Peter A. Frid
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pfrid@nhpbs.org
603-868-1100

Dawn DeAngelis
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ddeangelis@nhpbs.org
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