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Local Education, Government or Public Access Channels

Hundreds of local education, government or public access channels in communities across the country carry Education News. To check to see if the show is carried in your community, visit http://registerevent.ed.gov/ and click on "viewing options."

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The Learning Channel (TLC)

TLC rebroadcasts Education News on Tuesdays at 4:00 a.m. ET, four weeks after the original airdate. Call 1-800-USA-LEARN for exact times and topics.

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PBS

Many local PBS stations broadcast Education News. Please check with your local PBS station or visit www.pbs.org/parents/. PBS stations can contact PBS Program Services for downlink details.

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Dish Network

View the program live on the satellite Dish Network's Universityhouse Channel, channel 9411.

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MHz Networks

Education News is rebroadcast on MHz's outlets: DirecTV channel 56 or 972; Dish Network channel 8077; and on most cable packages in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Typically, MHz will carry Education News the Thursday after the original broadcast. To find the corresponding MHz cable channel in your package, please visit:. For listings visit: http://www.mhznetworks.org

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BYU Television

Education News is rebroadcast on BYU-TV's outlets: DirecTV channel 374; Dish Network channel 9403; and on cable. Check local listings at http://www.byutv.org/.

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Channel One

The Channel One network distributes Education News to thousands of schools. See www.channeloneteacher.com/.

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Webcast

Live and archived webcasts of each show are available at: connectlive.com/events/ednews/.

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Request Education News

If Education News Parents Can Use does not air in your community, you can call your local cable provider or public access channel to request it. The program is available free to television and cable outlets, including community cable access stations, school board stations, and government and public access stations.

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For more information

E-mail Education.TV@ed.gov or call 1-800-USA-LEARN.

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