MHz Worldview and World Added to Digital Programming

By
Kelly Martin

Dateline
Updated Tue, Aug 23, 2011 3:39 pm

Viewers with access to WOUB’s digital television services will have two new programming channels. September 1, World and MHz Worldview will begin airing on WOUB-TV. World will air on digital channel 44.3 from WOUB’s Cambridge transmitter and MHz Worldview will air on digital channel 20.3 from the Athens transmitter.

MHz Worldview will offer international content from prominent broadcasters such as: Al Jazeera English, Arirang TV, Asian News International, Deutsche Welle, Ethiopian TV, euronews, FCI, France 24, Israel Broadcasting Authority, MAC TV, NHK World TV, RT and VTV4, as well as local & independent producers, global content providers and original MHz Networks productions.

World will offer nonfiction, science, nature, news, public affairs and documentary programming provided by PBS, American Public Television (APT) and the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA), which will bring together a greater variety of independent programming. World is produced and distributed by Boston-based WGBH, New York’s WNET and APT in association with PBS and NETA.

Cable/satellite customers should contact their providers to request WOUB’s digital signals. Additional information about World and MHz Worldview are available at their websites.

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