PRESCOTT COMMUNITY INFORMATION EVENT FOR DIGITAL BROADCAST SERVICE UPGRADE – JULY 25
WHAT: Eight, Arizona PBS will be conducting a community information event for Prescott-area residents to learn about the expanded PBS programming available to them courtesy of the recently upgraded digital broadcast signal via newly installed rural repeater transmitters on Mount Francis. The event will also highlight specific instructions on how to receive the new digital signal, and a public Q&A. Area residents wishing to RSVP for the event should contact Sherry at sherry@azpbs, or call 602-496-5870.
This service upgrade will:
Eight, Arizona PBS has also provided informational resources on its website at www.azpbs.org/digital, including step-by-step instructions for channel re-scanning, and information about use of antennas, and other technical support.
WHO: Eight, Arizona PBS General Manager Kelly McCullough and Eight, Arizona PBS development and support staff. This event is free to attend, and open to the public.
WHERE: Adult Center, 1280 East Rosser Street, Prescott, AZ 86301
WHEN: Thursday, July 25th, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
PHOTO OPPS: Eight, Arizona PBS General Manager Kelly McCullough presents details about the variety of Eight channels and programming that will be available now to rural Arizonans. Eight, Arizona PBS Associate Director of Development Gary McMahan demonstrates how to receive the new digital broadcast signal, using an analog television with a digital converter box, as well as a digital television. A public question and answer session follows the presentations.
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