by Nate Rafn | Living Culture
KWVT, also known as Willamette Valley Television, installed a new transmitter on Peterson Butte, two miles west of Lebanon. The transmitter will relay all of KWVT's current programming, including Living Culture, Garden Time, Fusion, Green Science Oregon, and other locally produced shows.
According to KWVT, the signal has been confirmed in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, Philomath, Adair Village, Independence, Rickreall and West Salem. Viewers may need to rescan their converter box.
Where to Watch
KWVT Albany/Lebanon/Corvallis, DTV channel 17.1
KWVT Salem, DTV channel 17.1 [Coverage Map]
Living Culture TV Schedule on KWVT
Wednesdays 2:30 PM
Saturdays 4:30 AM and 10:00 AM
Sundays 8:00 AM 1:00 PM
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