US Televisions Stations By State
Television Stations, TV Stations, and Broadcasting Stations
SHG welcome you to your state's local television (TV) listings, all public and private television (TV) stations indexed by State sorted by city and network with call letters, network affiliations, and respective channels.
A television network (US) is an broadcasting entity that provides programs to individual television stations, which are only licensed to broadcast in a specific area. Each network can hold a few stations it owns and operates, usually in the big markets.
Offers access to Web sites of US television broadcasting stations by state.
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Featured State Television (TV) Listings
Provide an index to your state's local television (TV) listings, all public and private television (TV) stations are indexed by city with call letters, network affiliations, and respective channels.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
To find out when your favorite shows are airing, contact your local public television station. Choose a state from the list above.
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Satellite and cable have created changes. Broadcast stations in an area can sign up to be carried on cable, but content providers like the Learning Channel can too. They aren't licensed to run broadcast equipment like a station and they don't regularly provide content to licensed broadcasters either. Furthermore, a distributor like TNT may begin producing its own programming, and shows presented exclusively on cable by one distributor may be syndicated to broadcast stations.
A person viewing by cable or satellite may not know what kind of organization is responsible for the program. So what seems to be a station or a network may be neither.
Stations are transitioning to digital television because it is tailor-made for public broadcasting. The three key features of DTV - high definition television (HDTV), multicasting, and data transmission. This will present many opportunities for television stations to further its mission and to continue bringing high quality, educational programming to the American public. More significantly, DTV opens up a host of additional opportunities that are not possible with today's analog television.