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    Wned

    With hd rabbit eyes, I can get WNED-HD 17-1, WNED-SD 17-2, WNED-TH 17-3,
    My question is what does the TH stand for.

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    17.1 PBS-HD
    17.2 PBS
    17.3 ThinkBright

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WNED-TV

    P.S.: Use the Over-The-Air section for such questions ;)
    We had a good run: 2006 to 2020. Thanks for the informations and debates.

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    Note that Wikipedia is outdated. Approx last year WNED stopped ThinkBright and replaced it with World (mostly docs/some news)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aytononline View Post
    My question is what does the TH stand for.
    -TH isn't defined anywhere I can find, but suffixes are to denote what the station is used for (eg, -DT = Digital Television, -TV = Analog Telvisison, -LD = Low Power Analog TV, etc etc). My best guess is "T" is to denone that the channel is a translator or repeter of another station, I don't think WNED itself programmes the channel, but relies on a feed from PBS HQ.
    "And Now for Something Completely Different..." - John Cleese (Monty Python).

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    Thanks. I like the station, some of the shows a good.

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    Whenever I want my fix of British shows I turn to Wned. TVO use to air more British show but their mandate has change or something because they cut back drastically.

    Quote Originally Posted by aytononline View Post
    Thanks. I like the station, some of the shows a good.

 

 

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