WNIT to Offer New PBS Kids Channel (info. links in this post)
WNIT is all set to offer a new service on their station, which will help prepare future students for kindergarten! At 7:00 p.m., Monday, June 24th, WNIT will launch their 3rd channel, the 24/7 PBS Kids Channel.
“We know many young children either do not attend pre-school, or attend one that is not at the 3/4 rating that defines a “quality program.” We want every child to attend a quality pre-school program. In the absence of that, WNIT will now provide the 24/7 PBS Kids Channel to offer a full-time educational alternative to the commercial kids’ channels which exist to sell “stuff” to children.
This new channel is available from a home antenna at 34.3 and will be available on most cable systems. AT&T U-Verse, and the satellite services, DirecTV and DISH will, unfortunately, not carry the channel.
In addition to the television broadcast, the PBS Kids Channel on WNIT will also be fully live-streamed with related on-line games to enhance and extend the learning experience.“
Greg Giczi, President & General Manager, WNIT Center for Public Media
Here are links to two videos promoting the new channel:
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