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MHz Worldview
MHz Worldview
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Launched 19 October 2005; 12 years ago (19 October 2005)
Owned by MHz Networks
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan One World. One Channel.
Country United States
Website http://www.mhznetworks.org/
Availability Ended Nov. 6 2014
Terrestrial
Satellite
DirecTV Ended Nov. 6 2014
Dish Network Ended November 6, 2014
Streaming media

MHz Worldview is an independent, American, non-commercial public television network that broadcasts newscasts and other programs from around the world. It is owned and operated by MHz Networks.

MHz Worldview offers international newscasts, foreign dramas, music performances, and diversity programming, in English or with subtitles.

In December 2010, the network ceased national satellite distribution via Globecast on Galaxy 19 at 97 west, and switched to a private IPTV distributor, LTN Global Communications.[1]

The channel is available as a subchannel on several U.S. public TV stations, and also via DirecTV USA channel 2183 from the Galaxy 3C satellite located at 95 west.

Programming featured on MHz Worldview includes or has included series from Al Jazeera English, RT News, France 24, NHK World, CGTN, CCTV-9, Arirang World, euronews, DW-TV, Asian News International, NTA Network News, TRT Haber, Het Journaal, Noticieros Televisa, CTS World News, SABC News, VTV News, EBC1 News, Kaznews, RTÉ News, NOS Journaal, RTL Nieuws, Taiwan Television, ITV News, Hadashot 10, Press TV, and Fuji Television.

Affiliates

City Station Channel Hours
Denver, CO KBDI-TV
12.3
24/7
Washington, D.C. WNVC (flagship)
30.1
24/7
Daytona Beach/Orlando, FL WDSC-TV
15.3
24/7
Miami, FL WLRN-TV
17.2
10:00PM-6:30AM
Charleston, IL WEIU-TV
51.2
24/7
Chicago, IL WTTW
11.5[2]
24/7
Moline, IL/Quad Cities WQPT-TV
24.2
24/7
Topeka, KS KTWU
11.2
9:00PM-7:00PM
New Orleans, LA WLAE-TV
32.2
24/7
Flint/Tri-Cities, MI WDCQ-TV
19.2
24/7
Grand Rapids, MI WGVU-TV
35.3
24/7
Kalamazoo, MI WGVK
52.3
24/7
Rochester, MN KSMQ-TV
15.2
24/7
Sedalia, MO KMOS-TV
6.3
24/7
Las Vegas, NV KLVX
Cox Cable 114[3]
24/7
Las Cruces, NM KRWG-TV
22.2
24/7
West Milford, NJ

(New York City market)

WNYJ-TV
66.2
24/7
Plattsburgh, NY WCFE-TV
57.2
24/7
Charlotte, NC WTVI
42.2
24/7
Akron, OH WEAO
49.3
24/7
Athens, OH WOUB-TV
20.3
24/7
Alliance/Youngstown, OH WNEO
45.3
24/7
Philadelphia, PA WYBE
35.5
24/7
Nashville, TN WNPT
8.2
1:00AM-6:00AM
Salt Lake City, UT KUEN
9.2
24/7
Charlottesville, VA WHTJ
41.3
24/7
Richmond, VA WCVE-TV
23.3
24/7
Centralia, WA KCKA
15.2
24/7
Tacoma/Seattle, WA KBTC-TV
28.2
24/7
Tri-Cities, WA KTNW
31.3
24/7
Warner Robins/Macon, GA WMUB-LD
38.1
24/7

Future

On December 7, 2017, Window to the World Communications, owner of WTTW (channel 11), announced that it is seeking to purchase WYCC (channel 20) from the City Colleges of Chicago in a move that would put the two stations under one corporate umbrella. Also, WTTW is planning to add MHz Worldview on digital channel 11.5 very soon.[2][4]

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