Printable Program Guides for February 2017

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We’ve stopped production and mailing of our Gamut program guide, preferring to put over $50,000 of annual resources directly into WSKG programs and services. For those who would prefer them, we provide these printable PDF guides.

Radio Guide, WSKG and WSQX

Radio cover Feb 2017

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WSKG HDTV condensed guide

Condensed HD cover Feb 2017

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NOTE: WSKG has discontinued broadcasting the “World” channel February 1, in favor of adding the new 24/7 PBS Kids channel. If you are a WSKG supporter at $60 annually or higher, you qualify for WSKG Passport, the online video streaming service, which features many of the programs that have traditionally been broadcast on “World.” Find out more at www.wskg.org/passport.

WSKG DT-2, “PBS Kids” condensed guide

Condensed KIDS cover Feb 2017

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WSKG DT-3, “Create” condensed guide

Condensed CREATE cover Feb 2017

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WSKG HDTV DAYTIME condensed guide

Daytime cover Feb 2017

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WSKG HDTV WEEKEND DAYTIME condensed guide

Weekend Daytime cover Feb 2017

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EXPANDED LISTINGS for WSKG HDTV

Expanded HD cover Feb 2017

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NOTE: WSKG has discontinued broadcasting the “World” channel February 1, in favor of adding the new 24/7 PBS Kids channel. If you are a WSKG supporter at $60 annually or higher, you qualify for WSKG Passport, the online video streaming service, which features many of the programs that have traditionally been broadcast on “World.” Find out more at www.wskg.org/passport.

EXPANDED LISTINGS for WSKG DT-2, “PBS Kids”

Expanded KIDS cover Feb 2017

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EXPANDED LISTINGS for WSKG DT-3, “Create”

Expanded CREATE cover Feb 2017

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8 thoughts on “Printable Program Guides for February 2017

  1. I'm very disappointed that you are dropping the World Channel. Please reconsider. This is a VERY valuable source of information on TV. I am not interested in watching it on my desktop computer! Do we need MORE children's programming? on said:

    Jean Henssler

    • Hello Jean,

      See our reply to Mr. Baker above. Research shows many children are watching TV during prime time; the new channel will give those viewers the option of watching award-winning PBS Kids programming.

    • Dear Chris,

      Thanks for taking a moment to comment. Sorry to hear of your disappointment. See responses above as to our thinking in replacing World with PBS Kids.

  2. We depended on the World channel for DW news as well as NHK news for an idea of how the rest of the world sees the USA. Also, we loved Rick Steves' Europe weekdays at 4pm; Well Read and the informative documentaries along with so many other programs on W on said:

    Phyllis Bishop

  3. Is it possible to reinstate World as a separate channel? This channel has been like a quick trip overseas for me, an escape from our shores for a few hours when I need it. Now I feel as though an Iron Curtain has descended around the US. I have supported WSKG for nearly 40 years, and this is the first time I have seriously disagreed with a management decision. Thanks for your consideration.

    • Thanks for commenting, James. We looked into keeping both World AND PBS Kids, but found it would decrease the picture quality of all of our channels to have that many. We’re looking for ways to broadcast some of the World channel programs on our main WSKG TV channel, but nothing has been decided yet.

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