Free TV List

Free TV List
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I’m going to use this post to create a list of places to get “free tv” – online, via Free-To-Air Satellite, P2P TV online, Various Network TV Stations that have free downloads or online viewing, etc.

Some may require downloading programs, others might not (except a browser and maybe flash)… Satellite stuff, of course will require you to get the equipment… and all online stuff will, of course, require you to have a computer or some other technological device with a web browser and high speed internet connection of some sort.

You may already know some. Others, maybe not. I’ve tried to do comprehensive lists like this in various forums and things over the years, but most forums stop letting postings be edited after so many days – which makes long lists like this that are to be edited over time a pain to maintain. Since this is a blog that I can edit til the cows come home (as far as I know), or can copy this post to add a new entry later, I figure this is the better solution then a forum ever can be. I’ll edit this posting later with more entires over time, so you might bookmark it for later reference.

Network TV Stations that have online videos:
http://www.cwtv.com/

http://www.cnn.com

http://www.nbc.com

http://www.abc.com

http://www.cbs.com

http://www.abcfamily.com

http://www.fox.com

http://www.foxnews.com

http://video.pbs.org/

http://pbskids.org/video/

http://www.qubo.com/video/

http://www.thistv.com/watchnow

BBC iPlayer (live and non-live, used peer-to-peer technology until December 2008)

I have a lot more Networks to add later from various corners of the world. Come back here later and you’ll likely see more listings here.

P2P TV, and other Sharing Programs:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P2PTV
Babelgum.com (non-live)

http://www.mreplay.com/broadcast

Joost.com (non-live, live trials)
LiveStation.com (Windows, Linux, Mac) – based in United Kingdom
Miro (non-live)
ReelTime.com (non-live)
Zattoo.com (Windows, Mac)
Alluvium – based in Texas, USA
Octoshape (Windows, Linux, Mac)
Pando
Rawflow
CDNetworks (CDN service)
CoolStreaming (discontinued service)
Cybersky-TV – software
PeerCast (Windows, Linux, Mac)
PPLive – based in China mainland, Chinese only program.
PPStream – based in China mainland
Tribler – linked to P2P-Next, relies on BitTorrent protocol
TVUnetworks – Windows and MacOSX P2PTV Software and Network
SopCast – Windows and Linux P2PTV Software and Network
Pulse – (Windows, Linux) LGPL P2PTV engine with announcement portal and unrestricted access

p2p TV Programs – they use p2p technologies… sort of like bittorrent for tv… (Legalities may be a grey area at the moment? These have got loads of tv stations… I’ve read both that it’s illegal and that it’s not illegal on several websites. I guess I can see both sides of argument – illegal to get a pay tv channel that you aren’t paying for – but not really any more so than going to a bar to watch a game on espn or whatever… guess in a way, the networks should love this stuff since it’s really getting their ads to more folks…):
http://www.TV-FREE.org/
http://tvunetworks.com/downloads/index.htm – TVU Player
http://tristero.sourceforge.net/allu…hoverview.html – Alluvium
http://www.coolstreaming.org/ – CoolStreaming
http://www.tvoon.de/ctv/ – Cybersky-TV
http://tv.net9.org/index.html – Feidian
http://www.octoshape.com/ – Octoshape
http://takuo.jp/gnome-peercast/ – PeerCast
http://www.pplive.com/en/index.shtml – PPLive
http://www.tvants.com/ – TVants

Will explore adding links to the above later when I have more time…

Popular Podcasts
More info will be loaded in here in the near future. Stay tuned…

Website TV and webcasts:
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http://wwitv.com/

http://www.fancast.com/full_episodes

http://www.usanetwork.com/fullepisodes

http://www.usanetwork.com/series/inplainsight/video/fullep ·

http://www.findinternettv.com/FullEpisodes.aspx ·

tv.yahoo.com/tv-shows-online

abc.go.com/watch

http://www.hgtv.com/full-episodes/package/index.html

http://www.bravotv.com/full-episodes

http://www.fox.com/fod ·

tv.msn.com/tv/full-episodes

http://www.casttv.com/shows

http://www.cwtv.com/cw-video

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http://www.cbs.com/video

dsc.discovery.com/videos

http://www.tvland.com/full-episodes

http://www.tvland.com/shows/andy-griffith-show/full-episodes

community.abcfamily.go.com/watch/3/full-episodes

tv.yahoo.com/collections/3946

http://www.diynetwork.com/full-episodes/package/index.html

full-episodes.org

http://www.pbs.org/weta/carrier/full_episodes.htm

http://www.90210fullepisodes.com

http://www.mtv.com/shows/jersey_shore/season_2/series.jhtml

http://www.tbs.com/video/index

http://www.fanpop.com/spots/dawsons-creek/links/496900/title/full-episodes

http://www.thewb.com/shows/

http://www.thedailyshow.com/full-episodes

http://www.scrubsfullepisodes.com

http://www.fanpop.com/spots/queer-as-folk/forum/post/8727/title/full-episodes

http://www.biography.com/video.do?name=fullbioepisodes

uverseonline.att.net/tv/show/full-episodes ·

tv.blinkx.com/show/full-episodes/RRT3DR3Rcn-WpOD9

http://www.downloadfullepisodes.com ·

http://www.mylifetime.com/on-tv/shows/video/

tv.msn.com/

http://www.spike.com/spiketv/full-episodes

http://www.full-episodes.org/full_episodes_list.asp

http://www.colbertnation.com/full-episodes

http://www.tvadio.com/Internet-TV-Entertainment-(General)-TV-Shows-Full-Episodes.aspx

search.travelchannel.com/travel/Full%20Episodes

http://www.fancast.com/

vp2.abc.go.com/watch/2020/166626

http://www.mtv.com/shows/silent_library/video.jhtml?filter=fulleps

http://www.cmt.com/shows

http://www.cbs.com/late_night/late_show/video/?vs=Full%20Episodes

http://www.halogentv.com/watch/full-episodes

http://www.mylifetime.com/shows/project-runway/season-7/video

http://www.ehow.com/how_5307129_watch-real-chance-love-online.html

http://www.thedailyshow.com/full-episodes/index.jhtml ·

http://www.movieweb.com/videos/full-episodes

http://www.fanpop.com/spots/dawsons-creek/links/496900/title/full-episodes ·

http://www.aetv.com/obsessed/video

http://www.history.com/shows/

http://www.biography.com/video.do?name=isurvived

showhype.com/story/watch_full_episodes_of_hawthorne_online

http://www.foodnetwork.com/video-library
http://www.full-episodes.info/movies.asp ·

http://www.lostfullepisodes.com

watchfullepisodes.com/site

video.tvguide.com/episodes.aspx

http://www.heroes-episodes.org

http://www.full-episodes.info/full_episodes.asp

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=20048A7C541C941C – star trek

http://www.nick.com

www2.wspa.com/cbs-episodes

lounge.cwtv.com/showthread.php?t=65802

seinfeld.netfirms.com/Videos/Full-Episodes

http://www.weta.org/video/pbs

http://www.downloadfullepisodes.info

http://www.hulu.com/browse/alphabetical/tv

video.adultswim.com/episodes/index.html

gossipgirlfullepisodes.org

http://www.youtube.com/show?p=XnYB9-0YEV8 – Ben Cartwright

http://www.juuh.com/eastwick_full_episodes

fep.abc.go.com/fep/player?src=abccomjs&show=93372

http://www.imdb.com/features/video

http://www.watchfreeepisodes.com

watchonlinefreetv.com ·

stage.mylifetime.com

http://www.yidio.com/show/13-fear-is-real

video.aol.com/show/the-jetsons ·

http://www.tv.com/video/full-episodes.html

http://www.bing.com/search?q=%22full+episodes%22&qs=n&sk=&sc=8-15&first=121&FORM=PERE4 – page 13 so far…. will add more later….

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youtube.com

hulu.com

http://www.livetvcenter.com/ – TONS of international channels. Quite a few things you can see on FTA satellite are on here actually.

http://www.free-tv-video-online.info/

http://www.spreety.com/

http://www.worldtvpc.com/

http://www.tvchannelsfree.com/

http://www.freeetv.com/

http://www.watch-free.tv/

http://www.clicker.com/

http://www.solent.tv/watch.aspx – solvent tv
http://www.lordoftv.com
http://www.channelchooser.com
http://www.live-online-tv.com
http://www.wwitv.com/ – “over 1600 online Television channels available”.
http://www.smartstreams.com/livetelevision.html
http://www.smartdigitaltelevision.com/
http://www.mmdfactory.com/internet_t…States_tv.html
http://www.beelinetv.com/
http://www.tvover.net/TVStation.aspx

Black Belt TV, THE MARTIAL ARTS NETWORKS BROADCAST
http://www.blackbelttv.com/BROADCAST_ONLINE.htm

Cspan:
http://www.c-span.org/

http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html

http://www.omn.org/

http://www.3dbuzz.com – Online Video Training Magazines (VTMs) that show you how to use various 3d modelling and animation programs as well as sql and photoshop among other things…

Prelinger Collection:
http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger – lots of old ads and movies in here… basically it’s a collection of television stuff that’s now old enough that it’s entered public domain – sort of the project gutenburg of tv shows.

MIT Opencourseware Video/Audio List:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Global/OCWHelp/avocw.htm

http://www.dl.tv/

http://www.videojug.com/

http://www.revision3.com/

http://www.ifilm.com/

Religious
http://www.ewtn.com/

General (*some of this is radio stuff, not just tv…*):
http://video.google.com/ – Google Video
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=free+tv – google search

More googling… do an advanced searches for filetypes:
ASX (Windows Media streams):
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l…iletype%3Aasx+
RAM (Real)
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l…filetype%3Aram
QT (QuickTime)
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l…+filetype%3Aqt

http://www.americafree.tv/
http://television.aol.com/in2tv

http://www.google.com/search?q=video…&start=10&sa=N – google for free video on demand

ABC VOD:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=abc+vod

CBS VOD:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=cbs+vod+

NBC
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=NBC+vod+

BBC
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=BBC+vod+

FREE VOD
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=FREE+vod+

http://www.scifi.com/pulse/
http://www.liketelevision.com/conspire/index.shtml
http://www.coolstreaming.us
http://www.openflix.com/resources/vi…nd-~-free.html

http://www.wsix.com/cc-common/videos_on_demand/
1000’s of music videos, all types (country, pop, rock, oldie)

http://www.tvforus.com/
http://www.narrowstep.com/channels.htm
http://wwitv.com/portal.htm
these sites link to 1000’s of channels broadcasting live online. Many around the world.

http://www.americafree.tv/index.shtml
running many of their own stations, mostly older public domain movies & cartoons

http://www.masternewmedia.org/2005/06/04/iptv_vs_internet_television_key.htm

Video On Demand
AOL In2tv http://television.aol.com/in2tv – nice one… It’s got gilligan’s Island, Beetlejuice, and some others… video on demand.

http://www.youtube.com

http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Global/OCWHelp/avocw.htm

Prelinger Collection:
http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger – lots of old ads and movies in here… basically it’s a collection of television stuff that’s now old enough that it’s entered public domain – sort of the project gutenburg of tv shows.

Prelinger Archvies…

Local, over-the-air TV (stuff you can get with rabbit ears or an antenna on the roof)

http://www.antennaweb.org

http://www.tvfool.com/
http://dtv.gov/
http://www.fcc.gov/mb/video/tvq.html

Movie Cast Listings and Poster Images
http://www.imdb.org – potentially useful if you create your own dvds based on PVR recordings.

TV “guides” and Listings
http://www.titantv.com – Titan TV lets you create a free account that you can use to make your own customizable TV Guide. This is very useful if you use FTA Satellite or buy special packages of TV that is not normally available in your area.

Programs you can use to record video

Programs yoiu can use to edit video

Programs you can use to create DVDs

Progams that you can use to “stream” video from online or your computer to other devices, such as smart phones, wii, xbox, etc.
http://www.playon.com

http://www.orb.com

http://xboxmediacenter.com/wiki/index.php?title=HOW-TO:_Play_Free_Streaming_TV

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

TV Listings:

More will be added later.

Free-To-Air Satellite (FTA) Forums and Listings (stuff you can get with an FTA satellite receiver and a dish that’s at least 3 feet wide or wider – KU band requires 1 meter, i.e. 3 foot wide dishes, C-band requires bigger dishes that are either mini-bud (6 foot wide or so), or huge 12 foot BUDs. BUD means “Big Ugly Dish” – think 1980s style monsters, lol. Yes, there’s still free channels you can get with that stuff and the right receiver… Yes, the do make little motors to move dishes from satellite to satellite, and these are not too pricey. Here, in the United States, depending on your location, you can probably get FTA satellites from about 30 degrees West – 148 degrees West. Some Satellites have free, unscrambled signals, others don’t.

Some have various feeds that are only up temporarily for minutes or days. FTA Satellite Reception is sort of the “Wild West” of TV. Some signals are in various languages. Others are in English. Some signals are real TV stations, others are live feeds of sports or news casts. It’s very interesting seeing stuff like the reporters on Good Morning America when there’s a station break on or the actual normal broadcasting has not started recording yet. It’s very interesting seeing TV stations that you normally could never see from places such as Russia, Cuba, Italy, etc. It’s very interesting to be able to receive free TV Stations that have other languages then English. It’s very interesting being able to see “the other side of the story” then what normal U.S. media gives out by watching English Speaking TV stations such as Press TV, Al Jazeera, Russia Today. It’s very interesting seeing English Speaking movies on foriegn speaking channels with foriegn subtitles – makes learning a new language fun. It’s very interesting seeing live sports feeds that are not edited yet. It’s very interesting seeing live news feeds as they are being recorded, before they are edited. It’s very interesting seeing special events like the New York City on New Years Eve, Space Shuttle launches, and other things like that as they are happening, before any editing is done! It’s very fun to see unscrambled channels like Starz that Disn Network occassionally forgets to scramble. It’s very fun seeing History Channel and Biography Channel without paying someone to see it monthly, even if it might go away tomorrow. These are just a few of the many reasons I love the hobby of FTA Satellite Reception. 🙂

http://www.satelliteguys.us – BEST “legal” site with a forum that you can ask questions on that will likely get answered in minutes or hours. Quite a few illegal sites are out there. DON’T STEAL TV! STAY LEGAL! Right now, I don’t think you can go too illegal even if you wanted to since hackers have not figured out how to crack Nagrvision 3 yet. Even after they do figure it out, if they ever do, DON’T DO IT! It’s not worth possible jail time or gigantic fines you’ll never be able to pay off just to watch tv. Stick with the free, legal alternatives.

If you steal TV, you make it more likely that the providers of the signals will scramble more stuff more often. That makes it very bad for the rest of us that are staying legal because you are making the signals that are unscrambled dissappear more often. Additionally, you are putting yourself at risk since illegal hacks of satellite receivers can do damage to the receivers themselves, making your several hundred dollar reciever nothing more then a pricey paper weight and your expensive dish nothing more then a heavy weight freesbie. That doesn’t even count the security issues you are creating for yourself by sending your IP address to the various illegal websites so that you can download their hacks, and putting yourself at risk for computer virii through those same websites and downloads.

Just don’t steal tv signals. Stick with the unscrambled stuff that anyone can get with a true FTA receiver and you should be good go to. Yes, some pay tv providers do accidentally (or on purpose) leave some of their signals open and unscrambled, mainly for their installers to better aim the equipment when setting it up. It’s fine to pick up unscrambled signals. Just don’t descramble stuff.

http://www.satelliteguys.us/thelist/ – Sattelite Guy’s online list

http://www.global-cm.net/mpeg2central.html – Mike Kohl’s Online list.

http://www.gofastmotorsports.com/channellist.html – Rick’s List. Mike’s list, see above, is a bit more up-to-date, but Rick’s list seems to be more updated as far as sports feeds goes sometimes.

http://www.ftalist.co.cc/ – nice updated fridge fta list.

http://www.fridgefta.info/forums/forumdisplay.php?fid=205 – blind scan finds from Fridge FTA. This is stuff that’s similar to the stuff you see in Satellite Guy’s “What’s Up There” section of the forums, however, this stuff over at Fridge is open and in the public, and does NOT require a forum member, although it is helpful and free to get a membership in the forums there.

Other lists are out there like http://www.ftalist.com/index.php – but they are not updated as often, so are usually outdated, and actually quite typically are copies of the other lists.

The most generic list, which is just about the oldest, and most generic list, and is usually really outdated because as soon as things get there, it’s almost a guarantee it’ll be scrambled soon is over at http://www.lyngsat.com

I’ll list more stuff here later, and might actually give you a brief description of some of the various channels up there in the sky. Just a little bit of knowledge – Satellites sit above the equator, so if you are in the Northern hemisphere, you need a clear line of sight to the south (trees block signals as do big buildings, etc.). If you are in the Southern hemisphere, you need a line of sight to the North. Various satellites have different “footprints” on where their signals go, based on the physics behind the technology as well as the physcial structure of the satellite and the earth itself. Lyngsat (see link above) has some interesting maps that show foot prints for various satellites. Most satellites are approximately at least 2 degrees apart from one another, and various nations have control over which section of the equator their satellites are at. Internation TV viewing is possible since most locations on the earth can “see” several different satellites. Here in the Midwestern part of the US, the visible line of sight goes from approximately 30 degrees west, where Cuba’s satellites sit, over to 148 degrees west, somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. There is more “open” nonscrambled signals on the other side of globe, but still are lots of signals here in the Western Hemisphere. Channels and feeds change a lot, so if you do get a receiver, make sure to get one that has a “blind scan” feature if you can. Otherwise, you’ll be loading the transponder listings in the lists above manually, which is a pain. Even if you do have a blind scan receiver, you still might do that though, like I do, so you make sure to get the signals that the blind scans don’t always pick up. There’s lots and lots of free tv in the skys. Why pay more for TV? 😉 🙂

I’ll edit this to make it more understandable and categorized when I get more free time.

I’ll also add more info here later when I get around to it.

Think this list is missing something? Submit a comment, and I’ll try to correct that! 😉

Digital Video Editing @ Amazon

Free-To-Air Satellite Equipment @ Amazon

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Below, I’m going to try to copy the fcc database (see link above) for every local tv channel in the United States so that I can link directly to each stations website if it exists.  This could take a while since this is a pretty big project.

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Call Channel | Service Status City State Cou ntry   File Number Docket FacilityID ERP   HAA T Licensee/Permittee
K02JZ

2 TX LIC STONY RIVER AK US BLTTV-19800505IA 63497 0.018 kW 0 m STONY RIVER TRAD. COUNCIL
K02KA 2 TX LIC KALTAG AK US BLTTV-19800505IQ 33291 0.018 kW 0 m KALTAG VILLAGE COUNCIL
K02JU 2 TX LIC SELAWIK AK US BLTTV-19800620IA 11543 0.018 kW 0 m CITY OF SELAWIK
K02KB 2 TX LIC ALLAKAKET AK US BLTTV-19800908IY 1036 0.018 kW 0 m ALLAKAKET CITY COUNCIL
K02KK 2 TX LIC CANTWELL AK US BLTTV-19801027IP 62493 0.042 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LA 2 TX LIC RED DEVIL AK US BLTVL-19811117JQ 62693 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02KY 2 TX LIC ANIAK AK US BLTVL-19811117KF 62621 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02KZ 2 TX LIC KOBUK AK US BLTVL-19811117KO 62554 0.044 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02KV 2 TX LIC MARSHALL AK US BLTVL-19811117LL 62558 0.044 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02KW 2 TX LIC NULATO AK US BLTVL-19811117LN 62491 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LK 2 TX LIC CHIGNIK AK US BLTTV-19820602JG 62744 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LJ 2 TX LIC NONDALTON AK US BLTTV-19820610IA 62805 0.042 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LM 2 TX LIC SHAKTOOLIK AK US BLTTV-19820610IC 62640 0.042 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LI 2 TX LIC PILOT POINT AK US BLTVL-19820624IA 62856 0.042 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MB 2 TX LIC KOYUK AK US BLTVL-19820624IR 62873 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MA 2 TX LIC OUZINKIE AK US BLTTV-19820625IG 62927 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LP 2 TX LIC ST. MICHAEL AK US BLTTV-19820719IE 62910 0.042 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LN 2 TX LIC NEWTOK AK US BLTVL-19820916II 62581 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MC 2 TX LIC LABOUCHERE BAY AK US BLTTV-19820916IY 62822 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LO 2 TX LIC CHEFORNAK AK US BLTVL-19821026IT 62509 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LZ 2 TX LIC KASIGLUK AK US BLTTV-19821109IE 62798 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LV 2 TX LIC PITKAS POINT AK US BLTVL-19821222ID 62801 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02ME 2 TX LIC WOMENS BAY AK US BLTVL-19830106IC 62701 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02HO 2 TX LIC UNALASKA, ETC. AK US BLTTV-19830315JA 62932 2 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LB 2 TX LIC NORTHWAY AK US BLTVL-19830406IC 49717 0.049 kW 0 m NORTHWAY VILLAGE COUNCIL
K02LX 2 TX LIC PORT MOLLER AK US BLTTV-19830914IF 62688 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MJ 2 TX CP MOD HYDER AK US BMPTTL-19831104IA 62593 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LW 2 TX LIC GUSTAVUS AK US BLTVL-19840110IA 62742 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MR 2 TX LIC CHIGNIK LAKE AK US BLTVL-19850108IB 62819 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MW 2 TX LIC MOSQUITO LAKE AK US BLTTV-19850409IA 62521 0.05 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MN 2 TX LIC LEVELOCK AK US BLTTV-19850412IA 62821 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02MZ 2 TX LIC NAPASKIAK AK US BLTVL-19851125IA 62590 0.043 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02ML 2 TX LIC GRAVINA ISLAND, E TC.     AK US BLTTV-19861008IO 62923 0.428 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02JI 2 TX LIC ANGOON AK US BLTTV-19870831IG 2261 0.01 kW 0 m ANGOON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
K02ID 2 TX LIC YAKUTAT AK US BLTTV-19871228IE 74448 0.033 kW 0 m YUKUTAT CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
K02IB 2 TX LIC HOMER, ETC. AK US BLTTV-19940720IC 62838 0.318 kW 0 m ANCHORAGE BROADCAST TELEVISION CONSORTIUM, INC.
K02JE 2 TX LIC MCGRATH AK US BLTTV-19940815IB 28273 0.018 kW 0 m IDITAROD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
K02KX 2 TX LIC CHEVAK AK US BLTVL-19971229JA 62889 0.045 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LS 2 TX LIC SCAMMON BAY AK US BLTVL-19971229JB 62506 0.045 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
K02LT 2 TX LIC WALES AK US BLTVL-19971229JC 62908 0.045 kW 0 m STATE OF ALASKA
DK02G U     2  Z TA DILLINGHAM AK US D83-125 62586 kW m
2  Z TA KETCHIKAN AK US 98279 kW m
K02QM -D    2 LD LIC LEMON, ETC. AK US BLDTV-20090220ABL 167227 0.01 kW 0 m CAPITAL COMMUNITY BROADCASTING, INC.
WBXA- CA    2 CA LIC BIRMINGHAM AL US BLTVA-20060407AAB 70426 1.2 kW 0 m L4 MEDIA GROUP, LLC
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K02FV 2 TX LIC YORK, ETC. AZ US BLTTV-19800619IH 61296 0.032 kW 0 m SOUTHERN GREENLEE COUNTY TV ASSOCIATION, INC.
K02MT 2 TX LIC PARKER AZ US BLTVL-19851230IA 25847 0.039 kW 0 m ARIZONA WEST MEDIA, LLC
K02HR 2 TX LIC BULLHEAD CITY AZ US BLTTV-4274 43378 0.115 kW 0 m MOHAVE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
KYUM- LP    2  Z TX LIC YUMA AZ US BLTVL-20050505ACF 74378 0.1 kW 0 m CENTRO CRISTIANO VIDA ABUNDANTE, INC.
K02HR 2 LD APP BULLHEAD CITY AZ US BDFCDTV-20090824AHQ 43378 0.002 kW 0 m MOHAVE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
K02JX 2 TX LIC BRIDGEPORT, ETC. CA US BLTTV-19800428IB 43498 0.004 kW 0 m MONO COUNTY SERVICE AREA #5
K02CN 2 TX LIC DUNSMUIR, ETC. CA US BLTTV-4615 22571 0.04 kW 0 m FREEDOM BROADCASTING OF OREGON LICENSEE, LLC, DEBTOR-IN-POSS
K02FF 2 TX LIC LAKEHEAD CA US BLTTV-3832 8294 0.014 kW 0 m BLUESTONE LICENSE HOLDINGS INC.
K02HY 2 TX LIC RIDGECREST, ETC. CA US BLTTV-4566 28584 0.037 kW 0 m INDIAN WELLS VALLEY TV BOOSTER, INC.
KCWQ- LP    2  + TX LIC PALM SPRINGS CA US BLTVL-20060928ALV 130100 1 kW 0 m GULF-CALIFORNIA BROADCAST COMPANY
KMCA- LP    2  + TX LIC REDDING CA US BLTVL-20070208AAW 125541 0.23 kW 0 m MARK C. ALLEN
KOTR- LP    2  Z TX LIC GONZALES CA US BLTVL-20070402KIR 2871 3 kW 0 m MIRAGE MEDIA 2, LLC
K02OA 2  Z TX LIC CHICO CA US BLTVL-20071119AFF 20969 3 kW 0 m FAMILY STATIONS, INC.
K02EE -D    2 LD LIC WEAVERVILLE CA US BLDTV-20080930AEI 68101 0.015 kW 0 m TRINITY COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
KQRM- LP    2  + TX CP PETALUMA CA US BDISTVL-20090107AGJ 130567 3 kW 0 m ONE MINISTRIES, INC
K39GY 2 LD APP VICTORVILLE CA US BDISDVL-20090805AAZ 67932 0.133 kW 0 m JEFF CHANG
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K02QO -D    2 LD CP SANTA ROSA CA US BNPDVL-20090825BGE 182644 0.3 kW 0 m ONE MINISTRIES, INC.
K02QP 2 LD CP KEYES CA US BNPDVL-20090825BPB 182772 0.3 kW 0 m ONE MINISTRIES, INC.
K02QQ -D    2 LD CP MONTEREY CA US BNPDVL-20090825BYL 182886 0.06 kW 0 m ONE MINISTRIES, INC.
K02QT -D    2 LD CP SANTA BARBARA CA US BNPDVL-20090828AAU 182908 0.3 kW 0 m HOSANNA APOSTOLIC MINISTRIES BROADCASTING CORPORATION
KOTR- LP    2  Z TX CP SANTA CRUZ CA US BPTVL-20100615ALE 2871 0.84 kW 0 m MIRAGE MEDIA 2, LLC
K39GY 2 LD APP VICTORVILLE CA US BDISDVL-20090805AAZ 67932 0.3 kW 0 m JEFF CHANG
K02IK 2  0 #NAME? LAKE CITY CO US BLTTV-19790605IM 27252 0.005 kW 0 m GUNNISON COUNTY METROPOLITAN RECREATION DISTRICT
K02JH 2 TX LIC SALIDA, ETC. CO US BLTTV-19800422IC 10089 0.009 kW 0 m CHAFFEE COUNTY TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02KI 2 TX LIC SAN LUIS CO US BLTTV-19801121JU 69112 0.005 kW 0 m ROCKY MOUNTAIN PUBLIC BROADCASTING NETWORK, INC.
K02KJ 2 TX LIC DEL NORTE CO US BLTTV-19801121JV 69055 0.055 kW 0 m ROCKY MOUNTAIN PUBLIC BROADCASTING NETWORK, INC.
K02OG 2 TX LIC DOLORES CO US BLTVL-19920602JH 61479 0.04 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02OS 2 TX LIC WEBER CANYON CO US BLTVL-19931022JH 61474 0.002 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02OU 2 TX LIC ISMAY CO US BLTVL-19931022JI 61476 0.002 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02OP 2 TX LIC COLLBRAN CO US BLTTV-19940803IE 41290 0.002 kW 0 m MESA COUNTY
K02NV 2 TX LIC SARGENTS CO US BLTTV-19970106JC 25618 0.002 kW 0 m GUNNISON COUNTY METROPOLITAN RECREATION DISTRICT
K02AC 2 TX LIC AGUILAR CO US BLTTV-4719 651 0.91 kW 0 m AGUILAR TELEVISION CLUB
K02GJ 2 TX LIC DELTA, ETC. CO US BLTTV-3686 70570 0.031 kW 0 m HOAK MEDIA OF COLORADO LICENSE, LLC
K02IK 2 TX LIC GATEVIEW, ETC. CO US BLTTV-4887 27252 0.005 kW 0 m GUNNISON COUNTY METROPOLITAN RECREATION DISTRICT
K02HW 2 TX LIC GRAND VALLEY CO US BLTTV-4389 70583 0.057 kW 0 m HOAK MEDIA OF COLORADO LICENSE, LLC
K02IL 2 TX LIC PAGOSA SPRINGS CO US BLTTV-4908 48590 0.06 kW 0 m LIN OF COLORADO, LLC
K02EX 2 TX LIC SOUTH FORK, ETC. CO US BLTTV-2005 61184 0.024 kW 0 m SOUTH FORK TV ASSOCIATION
KREX- TV    2 DT CP GRAND JUNCTION CO US BPCDT-19991029AFS 70596 0.8 kW 27.8 m HOAK MEDIA OF COLORADO LICENSE, LLC
K02GC 2 TX LIC NUCLA, PARADOX, E TC.     CO US BLTTV-34945 70586 0.01 kW 79 m HOAK MEDIA OF COLORADO LICENSE, LLC
K02QI 2 TX LIC HESPERUS CO US BLTTV-20070223AAW 130898 0.005 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02LY -D    2 LD LIC GUNNISON CO US BLDVL-20091021ABN 25643 0.05 kW 0 m GUNNISON COUNTY METROPOLITAN RECREATION DISTRICT
K02IK 2 LD CP GATEVIEW CO US BDFCDTV-20100210ABH 27252 0.06 kW 0 m GUNNISON COUNTY METROPOLITAN RECREATION DISTRICT
K02NV 2 LD CP SARGENTS CO US BDFCDTV-20100212ABG 25618 0.05 kW 0 m GUNNISON COUNTY METROPOLITAN RECREATION DISTRICT
K02OS 2 LD CP WEBER CANYON CO US BDFCDVL-20100604AFD 61474 0.002 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02QI 2 LD CP HESPERUS CO US BDFCDTV-20100608AJU 130898 0.004 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02OG 2 LD CP DOLORES CO US BDFCDVL-20100609ADQ 61479 0.004 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
K02OU 2 LD CP ISMAY CANYON CO US BDFCDVL-20100609AFY 61476 0.002 kW 0 m SOUTHWEST COLORADO TV TRANSLATOR ASSOCIATION
KJWY- DR    2 DR APP WILMINGTON DE US BPRM-20090615AGB 181114 kW m
NEW 2 DN APP SEAFORD DE US BPRM-20081008ANE 183511 10 kW 305 m TEST
WTWC- TV    2 DT LIC TALLAHASSEE FL US BLCDT-20030214ABB 66908 9.2 kW 582.9 m WTWC LICENSEE, LLC
WUVF- LP    2  + TX LIC NAPLES FL US BLTVA-20030109AEN 71138 3 kW 0 m SP FT. MYERS LLC
WPAF- LP    2  + TX LIC PANAMA CITY FL US BLTVL-20060106ADM 128725 0.127 kW 0 m MARCIA T. TURNER D/B/A TURNER ENTERPRISES
W02CI 2  Z TX LIC CAIRO/THOMASVILLE GA US BLTVL-19960807IA 9729 0.018 kW 0 m CEE, INC.
WCES- DR    2 DR GRANT WRENS GA US BPRM-20010327AJB 136034 kW m
NEW 2 LD APP KURTISTOWN HI US BNPDVL-20090827ABJ 182998 0.099 kW 0 m RICHARD DALTON
K02JS 2 TX LIC OXBOW DAM ID US BLTTV-19801106ID 28236 0.004 kW 0 m IDAHO POWER COMPANY
K02NO 2  + TX LIC RUPERT ID US BLTVL-19890206IA 1251 0.087 kW 0 m FALLS BROADCASTING COMPANY
NEW 2 LD APP BOISE ID US BNPDVL-20100723AQO 187861 0.3 kW 0 m DTV AMERICA CORPORATION
W25DW 2 LD CP ARBURY HILLS IL US BDISDVL-20090619ACV 61692 0.3 kW 0 m MARCIA COHEN
NEW 2 DN APP GOODLAND KS US BPRM-20011009AEF 137603 0 kW 0 m SIERRA GRANDE BROADCASTING
WESL- LP    2  Z TX LIC JAMESTOWN KY US BLTVL-20070504AGP 128034 0.35 kW 0 m HISPANIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY NETWORK, INC.
K02QB -2 TX LIC ALEXANDRIA LA US BLTVL-20080125ADH 129435 0.002 kW 0 m AGAPE BROADCASTERS, INC.
K02QB -2 TX CP MOD ALEXANDRIA LA US BMPTVL-20080124ABU 129435 0.002 kW 0 m AGAPE BROADCASTERS, INC.
W02AU 2 TX LIC ST. FRANCIS ME US BLTTV-3004 62116 0.002 kW 0 m ST. FRANCIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WLBZ 2 DT CP BANGOR ME US BPCDT-20080616ADA 39644 3 kW 192 m PACIFIC AND SOUTHERN COMPANY, INC.
WNDC- LP    2 LD APP SALISBURY MD US BDISDVL-20090717AAR 130443 0.25 kW 0 m HISPANIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY NETWORK, INC.
WWMT 2 DT LIC KALAMAZOO MI US BLCDT-20020718ABT 74195 6.9 kW 305 m FREEDOM BROADCASTING OF MICHIGAN LICENSEE, L.L.C
K02MM 2  Z TX LIC FERGUS FALLS MN US BLTTV-19840604II 22130 0.099 kW 0 m FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY
-2 TA MINNEAPOLIS-ST. P AUL     MN US 98302 kW m
NEW 2 LD APP ROSEAU MN US BNPDVL-20090911AAQ 183231 3 kW 0 m NORTHLAND FRIENDS OF MUSIC
K02NQ 2 TX LIC COLUMBIA MO US BLTVL-20050812ABV 55254 0.004 kW 0 m JW BROADCASTING, LLC
K02AO 2 TX LIC EUREKA, ETC. MT US BLTTV-19901203IT 18071 0.061 kW 0 m BLUESTONE LICENSE HOLDINGS INC.
K02OL 2 TX LIC SEELEY LAKE MT US BLTTV-19941004JD 18080 0.02 kW 0 m BLUESTONE LICENSE HOLDINGS INC.
2  + TA BUTTE MT US 98303 kW m
K02AO 2 LD CP EUREKA MT US BDFCDTV-20091005AAL 18071 0.018 kW 0 m BLUESTONE LICENSE HOLDINGS INC.
K02HJ 2 TX LIC ORD NE US BLTTV-19830727ID 11509 0.032 kW 0 m CITY OF ORD
K02NT 2 TX LIC SCOTTSBLUFF NE US BLTTV-19910301JX 17685 0.04 kW 0 m DUHAMEL BROADCASTING ENTERPRISES
K02NT -2 TX STA SCOTTSBLUFF NE US BSTA-20030123ACR 17685 1.38 kW 0 m DUHAMEL BROADCASTING ENTERPRISES
K02NT 2 CA LIC SCOTTSBLUFF NE US BLTVA-20040622AAO 17685 1.38 kW 0 m DUHAMEL BROADCASTING ENTERPRISES
KNOP- TV    2 DT CP NORTH PLATTE NE US BPCDT-20080603ABQ 49273 16 kW 196 m HOAK MEDIA OF NEBRASKA LICENSE, LLC
K02JO 2 TX LIC CALIENTE NV US BLTTV-19790402ID 37513 0.004 kW 0 m LINCOLN COUNTY TV DISTRICT NO. 1
K02FJ 2 TX LIC OVERTON NV US BLTT-3397 11685 0.01 kW 0 m CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
K02FM 2  0 #NAME? LIC GOODSPRINGS NV US BLTTV-2115 11682 0.001 kW 0 m CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
K02KS 2 TX LIC RYNDON, ETC. NV US BLTTV-19810909IM 19390 0.013 kW 0 m ELKO TELEVISION DISTRICT
K02OK 2 TX LIC BEOWAWE, ETC. NV US BLTVL-19940621JI 19851 0.009 kW 0 m EUREKA COUNTY TELEVISION DISTRICT #2
K02EG 2 TX LIC URSINE NV US BLTTV-1694 37541 0.058 kW 0 m LINCOLN COUNTY TV DISTRICT NO. 1
K02FN 2  + TX LIC MESQUITE NV US BLTTV-20050718AFM 11678 0.282 kW 0 m CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
KSNV- DT    2 DT LIC LAS VEGAS NV US BLCDT-20050824ABJ 69677 27.7 kW 386 m VALLEY BROADCASTING COMPANY
K02QW -D    2 LD CP RENO NV US BNPDVL-20090827ACY 183039 0.3 kW 0 m ONE MINISTRIES, INC.
K02KP 2 TX LIC LORDSBURG NM US BLTTV-19831212IA 55483 0.042 kW 0 m REGENTS OF NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY
K02HU 2 TX LIC ABIQUIU NM US BLTTV-4442 314 0.003 kW 0 m ABIQUIU VILLAGE TV ASSOCIATION
K02IP 2 TX LIC HILLSBORO NM US BLTTV-4863 27236 0.006 kW 0 m HILLSBORO TV ASSOCIATION
K02KP 2 LD APP LORDSBURG NM US BDFCDTT-20060331BOZ 55483 0.042 kW 0 m REGENTS OF NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY
DK02K G     2 LD APP CLIFF, GILA NM US BDFCDTT-20060331BOY 55511 0.083 kW 0 m REGENTS OF NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY
DKCWO -CA   2 CA APP SILVER CITY, ETC. NM US BSTA-20081103ABQ 33765 0.031 kW 0 m TTBG/KDBC LICENSE SUB, LLC
WKOB- LD    2 LD LIC NEW YORK NY US BLDVL-20100222ACI 51441 0.3 kW 0 m NAVE COMMUNICATIONS, LLC
W02AH 2 TX LIC MARS HILL NC US BLTTV-3255 66401 0.051 kW 0 m MEDIA GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS HOLDINGS, LLC
W02AF 2 TX LIC SYLVA, ETC. NC US BLTTV-19781204IC 53929 0.056 kW 0 m WYFF HEARST
W02AG 2 TX LIC BREVARD NC US BLTTV-19821029IE 61683 0.065 kW 0 m MEDIA GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS HOLDINGS, LLC
W02AT 2 TX LIC BURNSVILLE NC US BLTTV-1152 66392 0.032 kW 0 m MEDIA GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS HOLDINGS, LLC
W02AG 2 LD CP BREVARD NC US BDFCDTV-20090824AFD 61683 0.3 kW 0 m MEDIA GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS HOLDINGS, LLC
K02DD 2 TX LIC JAMESTOWN ND US BLTTV-749 22131 0.496 kW 0 m FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY
KVNJ- LP    2  + TX LIC FARGO ND US BLTVL-20020207AAQ 21187 1.13 kW 0 m G.I.G., INC.
WKYC 2 DT LIC CLEVELAND OH US BLCDT-20020404AAW 73195 8 kW 296.1 m WKYC-TV, INC.
K38FJ 2 TX CP PARADOX, ETC. CO US BPTT-3494 13831 0.143 kW 0 m OKLAHOMA COMMUNITY TELEVISION, LLC
KOKJ- LP    2 TX LIC ELK CITY OK US BLTTL-19860203IA 16585 0.048 kW 0 m WELLSPRINGS TELEVISION NETWORK, INC.
K02IQ 2 TX LIC SQUAW VALLEY, ETC .       OR US BLTTV-5085 60744 0.08 kW 0 m SODA MOUNTAIN BROADCASTING, INC.
K02JJ 2 TX LIC WILLIAMS OR US BLTTV-19781030IM 61343 0.072 kW 0 m SOUTHERN OREGON PUBLIC TELEVISION
K02NW 2 TX LIC REEDSPORT OR US BLTTV-19990503JD 50586 0.057 kW 0 m OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTING
K02EK 2 TX LIC APPLEGATE VALLEY OR US BLTTV-1105 22588 0.004 kW 0 m FREEDOM BROADCASTING OF OREGON LICENSEE, LLC, DEBTOR-IN-POSS
K02JF 2 TX LIC BUTTE FALLS OR US BLTTV-19790320IB 61349 0.046 kW 0 m SOUTHERN OREGON PUBLIC TELEVISION
K02DV 2 TX LIC CAVE JUNCTION, ET C.      OR US BLTTV-3706 22572 0.004 kW 0 m FREEDOM BROADCASTING OF OREGON LICENSEE, LLC, DEBTOR-IN-POSS
K02GL 2 TX LIC DORENA, ETC. OR US BLTTV-3651 57776 0.008 kW 0 m SOUTH LANE TELEVISION, INC.
K02FT 2 TX LIC GOLD HILL OR US BLTTV-4699 8303 0.045 kW 0 m CALIFORNIA OREGON BROADCASTING, INC.
K02JL 2 TX LIC LA PINE OR US BLTTV-19790205JH 36176 0.005 kW 0 m NPG OF OREGON, INC.
K02JG 2 TX LIC PROSPECT OR US BLTTV-19790226IA 61339 0.09 kW 0 m SOUTHERN OREGON PUBLIC TELEVISION
K02DB 2 TX LIC SCOTTSBURG OR US BLTTV-4743 49754 0.073 kW 0 m FISHER BROADCASTING – OREGON TV, L.L.C.
K02PK 2  + TX LIC JOHN DAY OR US BLTVL-20010918AAM 476 0.002 kW 0 m THREE ANGELS BROADCASTING NETWORK, INC.
K02PJ 2  Z TX LIC LA GRANDE OR US BLTVL-20010918ABD 36161 0.025 kW 0 m LA GRANDE 7TH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
K02QN -D    2 LD CP EUGENE OR US BNPDVL-20090825ASH 181636 0.3 kW 0 m MAKO COMMUNICATIONS LLC
K02PK 2 LD CP JOHN DAY OR US BDFCDVL-20100112ADQ 476 0.3 kW 0 m THREE ANGELS BROADCASTING NETWORK, INC.
WZPA- LP    2 LD CP MOD PHILADELPHIA PA US BMPDVL-20100322ABX 72536 0.3 kW 0 m MAKO COMMUNICATIONS, LLC
NEW 2 LD APP CAROLINA PR US BNPDVL-20090825BQX 181408 0.3 kW 0 m RAMON A HERNANDEZ
NEW 2 LD APP SAN JUAN PR US BNPDVL-20090825AWM 182027 0.3 kW 0 m MAKO COMMUNICATIONS LLC
NEW 2 LD APP PONCE PR US BNPDVL-20090903ACU 183169 0.3 kW 0 m RAMON A HERNANDEZ
NEW 2 LD APP ARECIBO PR US BNPDVL-20090903ACW 183171 0.3 kW 0 m RAMON A HERNANDEZ
NEW 2 LD APP MAYAGUEZ PR US BNPDVL-20090903ACZ 183173 0.3 kW 0 m RAMON A HERNANDEZ
KOTAT V     2 DR GRANT RAPID CITY SD US BPRM-20000328ABI 96823 kW m
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KDLO- DR    2 DR GRANT FLORENCE SD US BPRM-20020219ABD 136675 kW m
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KOTA- TV    2 DT CP RAPID CITY SD US BPCDT-20091210AAA 17688 45 kW 205 m DUHAMEL BROADCASTING ENTERPRISES
KNCD- LP    2  Z TX LIC NACOGDOCHES TX US BLTVL-19930430IA 28986 0.063 kW 0 m INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING NETWORK
K02GM 2 TX APP BRADY TX US BPTVL-19990723JA 10046 0.022 kW 0 m FOSTER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION, INC.
K02EQ 2 TX LIC PARIS TX US BLTTV-3367 35955 0.904 kW 0 m GRAY TELEVISION LICENSEE, LLC
K02QL -D    2  Z TX CP LUBBOCK TX US BNPTVL-20000816ABE 125646 3 kW 0 m JACKALOPE BROADCASTERS
KSFW- LD    2 LD LIC GAINESVILLE TX US BLDVL-20091123AKU 130934 0.5 kW 0 m HISPANIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY NETWORK, INC.
KSFW- LD    2 LD CP DALLAS TX US BPDVL-20091224ACA 130934 0.13 kW 0 m HISPANIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY NETWORK, INC.
K02QL -D    2 LD CP LUBBOCK TX US BDFCDVL-20100401ADL 125646 0.3 kW 0 m JACKALOPE BROADCASTERS
NEW 2 LD APP BEAUMONT TX US BNPDVL-20100610AFB 187583 0.3 kW 0 m SPIRIT OF PRAYER MINISTRIES INC.
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K02IF 2 TX LIC TROPIC, ETC. UT US BLTTV-4869 7656 0.058 kW 0 m GARFIELD COUNTY
K02AW 2 TX LIC VIRGIN UT US BLTTV-19790910IF 70997 0.97 kW 0 m SLC TV LICENSEE CORP.
K02ON 2 TX LIC TICABOO UT US BLTTV-19921117JC 23215 0.006 kW 0 m GARFIELD COUNTY
K02OI 2 TX LIC MONTEZUMA CREEK-A NET     UT US BLTTV-19940114JI 58871 0.017 kW 0 m SAN JUAN COUNTY
K02OT 2 TX LIC EAST PRICE UT US BLTTV-19941020IB 8755 0.002 kW 0 m CARBON COUNTY
K02FA 2 TX LIC ANTIMONY UT US BLTTV-3431 2371 0.002 kW 0 m PIUTE COUNTY
K02FQ 2 TX LIC ESCALANTE UT US BLTTV-4119 19744 0.007 kW 0 m GARFIELD COUNTY
K02BI 2 TX LIC KANAB UT US BLTTV-4125 71847 0.91 kW 0 m WESTERN KANE COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICE DISTRICT #1
K02BQ 2 TX LIC MARYSVALE UT US BLTTV-4573 52755 0.92 kW 0 m PIUTE COUNTY
K02EN 2 TX LIC ORDERVILLE UT US BLTTV-3382 38363 0.003 kW 0 m  
K02BN 2 TX LIC PANGUITCH UT US BLTTV-4594 51443 0.85 kW 0 m GARFIELD COUNTY
K02BO 2 TX LIC TEASDALE,TORREY UT US BLTTV-3912 14187 0.89 kW 0 m WAYNE COUNTY

 

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K02PU 2 TX LIC BLUFF & AREA UT US BLTTV-20050829ACY 127821 0.004 kW 0 m SAN JUAN COUNTY
K02PT 2 TX LIC MEXICAN HAT UT US BLTTV-20050829ADB 127725 0.004 kW 0 m SAN JUAN COUNTY
K02PV 2 TX LIC OLJETO UT US BLTTV-20060222ABA 131291 0.004 kW 0 m SAN JUAN COUNTY
K02PX 2 TX LIC NAVAJO MTN.SCH.,E TC.     UT US BLTTV-20060222ABB 130254 0.045 kW 0 m SAN JUAN COUNTY
K02KN -D    2 LD LIC KANARRAVILLE ETC. UT US BLDTV-20090728AAR 29166 0.05 kW 0 m IRON COUNTY
WVBK- CA    2 CA LIC MANCHESTER, ETC. VT US BLTVA-20040713ACD 26996 0.004 kW 0 m VISION 3 BROADCASTING, INC.
WDRG- LP    2  + TX LIC LYNCHBURG VA US BLTTV-19901105JP 51893 0.062 kW 0 m PAUL H. PASSINK
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K02MO 2 TX LIC OROVILLE WA US BLTTV-19851112IC 50720 0.007 kW 0 m OROVILLE TELEVISION ASSN., INC.
KUNW- CA    2 CA LIC YAKIMA WA US BLTVA-20021010AAI 71081 0.8 kW 0 m FISHER RADIO REGIONAL GROUP INC.
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WCIR- LP    2  Z TX CP BECKLEY WV US BPTVL-20070719ABU 130462 3 kW 0 m FAMILY TELEVISION, INC.
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W02CF 2  Z TX LIC MINOCQUA WI US BLTVL-19950103JG 57590 0.029 kW 0 m THREE ANGELS BROADCASTING NETWORK, INC.
K02LG 2 TX LIC SOUTH FORK, ETC. WY US BLTTV-19830314IC 51617 0.046 kW 0 m CENTRAL WYOMING COLLEGE
K02LH 2 TX LIC CLARKS FORK, ETC. WY US BLTTV-19830314IJ 51612 0.046 kW 0 m CENTRAL WYOMING COLLEGE
K02GE 2 TX LIC LA BARGE WY US BLTTV-3471 68335 0.013 kW 0 m CENTRAL WYOMING COLLEGE
KJWY 2 DT LIC JACKSON WY US BLCDT-20090413AEH 1283 0.27 kW 334.4 m PMCM TV, LLC
CBRT1 2     2  Z TX LIC CARDSTON AB CA 97161 0.009 kW 0 m
CFACT V     2  + TV LIC CALGARY AB CA 98334 100 kW 302 m CALGARY TV LTD
CFONT V1    2  – TV LIC OYEN AB CA 98335 0.71 kW 111 m OYEN DISTRICT TV ASSOC
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VACAN T     2 DT GRANT LETHBRIDGE AB CA BPFS-20081103ABX 178915 2.4 kW 300 m
VACAN T     2 DT GRANT OYEN AB CA BPFS-20081104AAV 178938 2.4 kW 300 m
CBCHT V1    2  + TV LIC HOUSTON BC CA 98336 0.256 kW 472 m 90
CHBCT V     2  Z TV LIC KELOWNA BC CA 98337 3.7 kW 498 m OKANAGAN VALLEY TV CO
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VACAN T     2 DT GRANT KELOWNA BC CA BPFS-20081119ACA 179163 0.58 kW 498 m
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Wish List…

This could be a rather lengthy posting. I apologize for that, but not really… There’s a lot that I have to say and am thinking about here, and it feels good to get this stuff out here for others to read and for myself to come back to read from time to time… (*this post will likely look different the next time you see it since it’s going to be edited and re-edited a few different times to get everything in here I want to say*)

The other day Tekla had me email her an Art Wish List for Birthdays, Christmas, or just any time. At first I did not think I would have a very long list, but before I knew it, I had a very long list that just kept growing, and growing the more that I thought about various things that I could use, might use, or have used in the past.

Since other folks besides her sometimes read this blog, I’m making a copy of some parts of that list here. This is stuff that I’m probably going to need or want at some point in the future to continue doing various forms of art that I want to focus on. If you ever want to get me a gift sometime for a birthday or whatever, this is they type of stuff that I can and will use and probably appreciate more then cash or gift cards.

I kind of feel greedy or cocky making this list, but also feel it’s informative since it tells people the type of stuff that I have used, do use, or will use in my artwork. It also tells you what type of traditional art products I have preferences for and why, and gives people a glimpse in to my techniques, hobbies, and habbits that they can ask questions about that they might not normally ask. In this way, it’s sort of like an educational virtual studio tour so to speak…

not looking for pity donations, or money, or anything like that… just for a way to do what I want to be doing…

There’s no real order to the list as far as priorities of what is more important to have or anything. It was just created as I though of different things.

• Sketch Books.
I like having little sketchbooks, either like the 2 1/2 x 3 inchers with the spirals (like what I’m scanning now with the mall small series of drawing), or the 5-6 x 8 inchers. I also like having a bigger few that are like 8 1/2 x 11 inch or so… In the past, I’ve used much larger sketchbooks, but for quick little doodles, notes, etc. these little books are nice since they can be carried around easily.

I like having the ability to tear out the pages so that I can scan them or store them separate from the rest of the book. Some sketchbooks can do that better then others. I like being able to store the smaller pages from the smaller books inside of the larger books. The way that works is that I stack 2 pages from the smaller books inside of each page of the bigger books, with each smaller page facing away from one another.

This storage method is not really needed for ink pen drawings or something like acrylic that is sturdy, but for stuff like watercolor, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil, etc. this method works best since it protects the faces of the drawn area from rubbing against the face of the other drawn area, pulling the charcoal, etc. off with it in places I didn’t intend. With printed materials, a lot of artists do something like this but stack felt in between the backs of each page instead of sketchbooks. The idea is basically to keep the face of the artwork from being torn, bruised, and battered by the other artwork near it… And to keep the stuff that does rub off on to the bigger sketchbook’s blank pages only hitting one area, instead of making it a huge mess by moving different stuff on it that then rubs off on to other artwork stored there, etc. With the bigger paintings, it’s sort of similar, face to face, back to back storage, kind of like that rack downstairs… But since I’ll be working on small stuff, we won’t run out of storage room nearly as easily. I could store a whole lifetimes supply of the 5×7 inch stuff in a small 3 foot area, but with huge paintings that each have stretcher bars that are at least half an inch thick, that’s not so easy.
… So idea 1: acid free sketchbooks

• Ink Pens
Idea 2 : ink pens. If I get back in to drawing with ink pens in sketch books like I did with the stuff that I’m scanning now, I can go through about half of an ink pen in about 2-3 days. On larger works, I can actually burn through 2-3 pens or more in the course of one drawing if there’s a lot of detail to it. I don’t like ink pens since the ink pens themselves are not usually acid free, but since I’m going to start scanning stuff more then once every 10 years like I’m doing with this stuff I’m scanning now, it should not be that big of a deal. (the acid causes the paper to yellow over the years where the acid touches the paper, even if the paper itself is acid free).. Ink pens are cheaper then expensive india ink, which is acid free… But expensive.

I like black ink pens to do most sketches since you can do a lot with it, but also like occassionally having a blue or red to do a little tonality to the work. If I get in to that toned stuff, I also like using a yellow or red china marker sometimes just to throw a little more tonality and color in to the mix for quick sketching.

• Acrylic
Idea 3: acrylic paint, preferably in a tube that looks like a toothpaste tube, or of artists quality… Cheap acrylic used to do paintings on fabric is not that great to use, even though it does work. That stuff is watered down a lot, so it dissappears fast, and is made with low quality stuff, so has a lot of limitations, but it does occassionally work as a filler color to go in between the other acrylic paint. I used to love, and still do love oil painting, but currently don’t have a studio that’s suitable for it since there’s no ventilation system in our basement. I have tried to paint in the house before, and got a huge smell of turpentine that Tekla was not pleased with at all… I personally love the smell, but that’s a different story. Also, oils, and all of the chemicals needed for that type of painting are a lot more expensive per ounce then acrylic… I don’t like the plastic shiney look of acrylic, so might do some airbrushing to thin the stuff down, or use acrylic matte formulas from time to time to lower that shininess. I hate looking at a painting and seeing gigantic shiny spots of light where shadows are suppossed to be, destroying the illusion that is suppossed to be seen. This is another reason I’m not too keen on oil painting – in theory to make oil paintings that last a long time, you should use darmar or some other varnish on them as the top layer. I rarely put varnish on any of my oil paintings since I hate the reflective shine you get with viewing the work from various angles if the light hits the varnish just right.

• Color Pencils
Idea 4: Color Pencils. I really love Prismacolors, but don’t use them much. Something that’s farily new that I really like is Crayola Erasable Pencils (runs around 5 bucks for a pack of 12 or so I think?). I really like being able to erase the color pencil markings and do layer after layer on top of the erased areas, etc. It makes working with color pencils almost like working on oil paintings in some ways.

A cheap generic brand that is not erasable at Wal-Mart is Rose Art. I don’t mind Rose Art, but it’s not the greatest. Prismacolor is top of the line as far as color pencils goes and costs around a buck a pencil. I don’t often use Prismacolor because it’s so pricey, and also because it’s easy to run out of it fast as the reason it’s so expensive is that it’s got more pigment (color) in it then wax – the cheaper stuff like Rose Art and Crayola has more wax then pigment. However, that’s not such a bad thing since I love to layer things and rework stuff over and over to get the desired results.

• Pastels
Idea 5: pastels – oil or non-oil. These are basically like colored chalk. I have a huge box of them downstairs somewhere, but don’t use them much because it’s costly and messy. Oil pastels are made with an oil base, so are more silky and smooth then the chalk stuff… But oil pastels are pricey because they are easy to burn through. A full pack of oil pastels runs around 5-10 bucks at Micheals I think, but I can burn through an entire pack of them in about 2 drawings… So it’s way pricey, even though it does not seem like it.

Conte crayon is what the non-oil pastels are sometimes called when they come in earth tones (browns and reds). Most of the normal soft chalk pastels are very expensive since pastels are really just powerded pigment thrown together with something – so it’s basically a dried version of watercolor paint sort of. Cheap colored chalk is not the same as pastels, and is not worth messing around with. I bought some sidewalk chalk once just to try it out, and hated it. There’s almost no pigment in cheap chalk, which is why it’s so darn cheap. I do sometimes grind up the cheap chalks though to use in pounce bags and as an additive to put texture in to various other types of painting materials.

• China Marker
Idea 6: China Markers. These are Berol brand, and you can get them in some office supply stores, but it’s cheaper (even though still pricey) to just buy them direct online. They come in blue, yellow, red, green, orange, black and white I think. I love China Markers as a top layer to put on paintings or drawings because they can write on just about any surface, even a painting that you think can’t have anything else put on top of it since the tooth of the canvas is full. I think of these as super waxy color pencils sort of. They are mainly used to write stuff on cars by auto mechanics and stuff like that since it can write on cars, glass, and all sorts of stuff like that and be easily wiped away without anyone ever knowing there was something written on there.

• Water Color
Idea 7: watercolor or guache. Guache (may have mispelled that) is basically really thick watercolor – it’s watercolor with a lot more pigment in it. Normal watercolors have to be mixed thinly to have the white areas be the paper under the paint since you can’t paint thick white on top of normal watercolor easily. Guache fixes that problem since it’s a lot thicker and you can put whatever colors you want on top…

You just have to be careful, because like watercolor, once it’s dry, guache can be made muddy by adding water to it on top layers… Acrylic does not do that since acrylic is basically just colored plastic that dries to a hard layer in about an hour or so. Watercolor and guache both use gum arabic instead of plastic stuff in it like acrylic, so they stay able to be messed up easily if they get water on them, which is one reason I don’t like watercolor too much – it’s too fragile… Same goes with pastels… Pastels are basically just stick forms of watercolor… However, I don’t mind using either from time to time.

• Hardboard
Idea 8: hardboard… This is the little 5″x7″ panels that I’m doing most of my color pencils on these days. Lowes sells it and they can cut it down to the 5″x7″ inch sizes with their really awesome table saw… A full 8’x4′ sheet makes a lot of little penels, and it’s cheaper then just about anything else to work on, yet sturdy enough to take a lot of damage from my pressing hard with color pencils, scraping things out with razor blades, etc.

There’s several reasons I use 5″x7″ as a standard size to make my little panels now. 5″x7″ is a standard photo size so it’s easy to find frames, and is roughly the same size as post card template on Cafepress.

5″x7″ is twice the size of 2.5″x3.5″ – which is the standard size for art trading cards. That means that artwork that I created that is 5×7 inches will easily scale down to art card size for printing purposes in the future and the art cards will work nicely as business cards someday.

Additionally, this size can be scaled up 5.14286 times to get to a size that is approximately 3′ x 2.14′, which ends up being approximately a 2’x3′ work with a little cropping along the smaller end. In the past, I have done 2×3 foot paintings… so this size gives me the flexibility to eventually get back in to painting that size and scaling it down to 5″x7″. In this way, it’s also possible that the little color pencil drawings might become studies for larger paintings someday.

I like that size painting since it’s easy to reach all edges of the canvas easily when painting with the length of my arm… so I can do many things I cannot do with smaller works or larger works… The cropping issue is not a major one since with paintings, I like to not use frames too much, and just bleed the artwork over the edge… That little bit of cropping room is plenty to wrap around the edge of a painting. I just wish I had a 2’x3′ scanner so I could scan paintings that size and not have to rely on a camera to get an accurate digital copy of a painting that size. I hate using cameras sometimes since they cause parallax problems when trying to shoot photos of artwork.

• Plexiglas
Idea 9: plexiglass in sheets of 8 1/2″ x 11″ or bigger. I like plexiglass for a lot of different things. It makes a nice drawing board. It is clear so I can use it as a drawing instrument, sort of like a window to either keep still and get proportions, or as a way to trace stuff if I hold it up to the sun or a light. I also like it because you can paint it, use it in sculptures, and all sorts of other stuff. It’s not as dangerous as glass… Also, eventually, I might use it as a way to protect the scanner if I do something like take leaves off of trees or grass, etc. to scan without damaging the scanner with grass stains and stuff like that.. Or protect it from charcoal stains, pastel stains, etc. if I ever get in to working with pastels, charcoals, etc. that are messy…

I’ll probably come up with more ideas over time…

My favorite colors are mainly cadmium red, which is a really bright red, like on a fire truck, cobalt blue, which is a really bright blue, like the shirts the guys at Best Buy wear, bright yellow, like tweety bird yellow… I like these three the most since they are the main primary colors I use.

Just about any color that exists can be made by mixing and matching these colors in some variation. I also like having a darker version of the red and blue… With red, it’s usually Crimson Red, which is about the color of a dark red rose, with blue, it’s usually called something like Prussian Blue, or maybe pthalo blue – which is a blue that’s fairly dark…

With yellow, I don’t like darker colors too much, but don’t mind orange to work as a darker version of yellow sort of. I also work with other various colors sometimes, but most of the above is the main stuff that is a “necessity” since most other colors can be made by mixing and matching based on those colors… The other lesser used stuff is like yellow ochre (which is a browh/yellowish), greens (usually either lime or dark green), and other stuff like that. I don’t mind earth tones (browns) but really, mixing colors that are oppossite on the color wheel, like yellow and red with a tad of green can get you just about any brown you want…

Also, since I’m partially color blind, the dark greens and browns really interfere with my abilities a bit. With brighter greens I can tell what is going on due to the yellow tints inside of the green. With darker reds that get below about 50% or darker in tone, I have a lot of problems differentiating the green from the brown and black/white grey tones. Really bright reds are fine though. I think my color blindness is part of the reason I enjoy getting stuff out of the tubes and visually color mixing on the pallete or canvas more so then physically mixing things to arrive at muddy messes that all look grey/brown/green to me.

I guess, for the time being, my sort of “game plan” with the art will be focus on drawing, color pencils, acrylic painting, maybe occassionally ink pens or markers, and other stuff like that which is cheap to obtain and will work well on the little hardboards. I’ll do all of that after I get the scans all done (most of the little books are scanned now that have drawings – I just don’t have them online yet)

… eventually getting to a point where I’m able to explore a lot of different ideas, themes, and styles since the 5×7 inch boards are so small I can feel free to do a lot with it without it costing us a ton in materials. If I end up burning through all the little
boards I have now, I’ll just get more since they are so cheap.

Then, eventually, in a few years, I can re-evaluate at that point in time if I want to continue with the little stuff, or try doing some bigger stuff, maybe adding a ventillation system to the basement studio…

In theory, I can use a mask with charcoal filters to protect myself when I’m working on airbrushing and stuff like that now… and I can do acrylic… since acrylic dries in about an hour and is water based, not oil based. My airbrush skills are not that great, and airbrushing is pretty messy, even if it is fun, and has a lot more potential for great work then just painting with a brush. So there you go… • Charcoal Filtered mask is number 10…

a few other ideas that I don’t have time to write much about at the moment…

• Wood Engaving Equipment and Block Printing Ink

• High Resolution Camera that can have lenses changed out – and preferably be able to do HDRI photos well

• Bees Wax and Peraphane Wax – I would like to experiement with encaustic painting eventually

• Double Boiler – in case I do get in to that encaustic painting mode

• Dual Action Airbrushes – I already have one, but the needle seems like it’s not in the best of shape.

• Markers – various colors, shapes and sizes. I’ve never messed with markers much but if I’m going to start getting in to illustration, it’s something I want to learn to use more.

• Bamboo Sticks – I’ve never used this, but have read that you can use bamboo sticks to create a sort of long pole extension for charcoal and pastels… You cut the end in to fourths, put the charcoal in the middle, then tape up the edge so that the charcoal stays in place. It sort of works like a mahl stick. I don’t have a mahl, but do have a wooden flagpole that I’ve used as a mahl before.

• Sculpey – modelling clay you can find at places like Wal-Mart. It comes in a wide variety of colors and is not too pricey. I love it as a stress releiver since it won’t go hard until you bake it. I have some that I keep at my desk that has been soft for years. I also might try getting in to doing sculpture someday, and this stuff would be handy for that.

• Squeegee – I’m using old windshield wipers for this sort of stuff now… You can do interesting things with paint with a squeegee.

• Sponges – Sponges of various sizes and textures can do a lot of interesting stuff in paint too… Actually lots of oddball textured things can be used in paint. I have painted with quaters, pennies, old tooth brushes (only mine though since otherwise it’s just gross), plastic silverware, cotton balls, q-tips, toothpicks, pine cones, bird feathers, and even tree leaves before. I read in a book the other day that you can also do interesting things with electric toothbrush bases since the vibrations from the motor can cause illustration pens and really watered down paint to do really interesting, yet controlled textural splatter effects.

• Pencils – I don’t use graphite much, but it does have it’s use in sketchbooks, and also as a material that can be used to create carbon paper for transferring images. I also like ebony pencils. I enjoy pencils of just about any hardness from h4 – 6b.

• Charcoal – Charcoal comes in a wide variety of shapes and sizes too. I love both white and black charcoal as well as pastels.

• Gesso – this is the stuff used as undercoating for paintings, and I also use it on the hardboards to get them to have a white underlayer with a little tooth.

• Acrylic Matte Medium

• Black and White matte spray paint – I’m going to paint some boards to use as backgrounds for shooting artwork with a camera. Glossy backgrounds for this sort of thing don’t work. The boards I’ll be painting, and am in the process of painting, are the back side of masonite sheets – the rough side. I have put a few cans of black paint on one of the boards so far, but this material just absorbs the paint like a sponge, so it’s going to take quite a few layers of spray paint I think. I’m guessing around 5-10 more cans just to get an nice even coat across the whole board. The board is about 4 foot wide and 4 foot tall. I want the white as well as the black so I can have one white and one black board for future portfolio shooting sessions.

• Daylight balanced light bulbs

• Bar Soap – you’d be surprised how much soap is needed to wash out brushes.

• Mineral Spirits or Orderless Paint Thinner – even though I’m not doing much oil painting, this stuff is handy for cleaning up brushes and messy hands

• XXXL or XXL Plastic Gloves – I like wearing gloves when I paint to protect my hands a little

• Photo Frames – 8 1/2″ x 11″ matted down to 5″x7″ is useful for the little panels so there is wiggle room as it’s very difficult to get a 5″x7″ panel in to a 5″x7″ frame, and I’m not sure I’d really want to anyways. The matte protects the surface of the drawings and paintings from rubbing on the glass.

• Instant Tea – I love to drink it, and it’s also very awesome to sponge paint on to paper… Very interesting effects you get with that light brown color, especially if you crinkle up the paper as you do it as the darker parts of the tea will sink in to the cracks, giving interesting shapes and forms to the texture of the paper.

• Orange Stuff or Gojo – useful for cleaning up hands, feet, arms, etc. after painting since gloves don’t always do the trick.

• Charcoal Filtered Masks or just the filters to go in them – helps protect the lungs when drawing or painting with messy stuff. In college I did a charcoal drawing once that took me several hours to complete, and I did this in a room with little ventillation and no mask. I ended up coughing up black stuff for about half a week after that – not something I plan to ever do again!

• Overhead Projector and transparencies – useful for tranfering images to canvas

• HEPA compliant air filteration system – I do want to do oil painting again someday, but can’t at the moment due to the fumes put off…

• Photoflow camera light system – these are a couple hundred bucks and you can get them places like Columbia Photo… They are around 500 watt lights that are easily replaceable.

• Bleach – this can be used to bleach out painted areas sometime, making them a little lighter in areas. It’s also useful as a cleaning agent for when messes happen.

• Rubbing Alcohol – I’ve not messed with this much, but I’ve read that this stuff is useful in thinning out acrylic or enamal based paints for airbrushing purposes.

• Needles, exacto blades, razer blades – intruments for sculpture and removal of ceratain areas on a painted canvas.

• Hand Brush – useful for cleaning after painting

• Various cloth materials – useful replacements for canvas on a painting, as rags for cleaning, or as texture tools for applying paint

• Small handheld Mirrors of various sizes and shapes – useful for checking perspective, checking composition in mirrored image, doing self portraits and any number of other artistic things.

I might add more to this list later from time to time…