Difference between revisions of "Vermont Educational Television"

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'''WETK, Burlington (channel 33)'''
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*'''WVER, Rutland ([[:Category:channel 28|channel 28]])'''
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*'''WVTB, St. Johnsbury ([[:Category:channel 20|channel 20]])'''
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*'''WVTA, Windsor ([[:Category:channel 33|channel 33]])'''
  
'''WVER, Rutland (channel 28)'''
 
 
'''WVTB, St. Johnsbury (channel 20)'''
 
 
'''WVTA, Windsor (channel 33)'''
 
 
'''Winooski'''
 
  
 
Vermont Public Television's broadcast signal reaches throughout Vermont and into bordering regions of New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and the [[Canada|Canadian]] regions of southern Quebec, including Montreal.
 
Vermont Public Television's broadcast signal reaches throughout Vermont and into bordering regions of New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and the [[Canada|Canadian]] regions of southern Quebec, including Montreal.
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[[Category:Channel 33]]
 
 
[[Category:PBS stations]]
 
[[Category:PBS stations]]

Latest revision as of 01:13, 16 May 2019


Vermont Public Television's broadcast signal reaches throughout Vermont and into bordering regions of New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and the Canadian regions of southern Quebec, including Montreal.

  • 1989: The 24 repackaged Jon Pertwee stories aired circa 1989.
  • 1990: The series was (apparently) still airing in late 1989 / early 1990 (as reported by Whovian Times issue #19 -- see United States--1990).
  • 30 March 1991: By this time, omnibus editions are showing at 1pm Saturday afternoons.
  • 5 January 1992: The Peter Davison stories (omnibuses) begin; they air late Saturday evenings - Castrovalva is shown at 11pm; on 23 May 1992 Planet of Fire is shown at 11.10pm.