SWX Right Now

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SWX Right Now
Eastern Washington, Idaho Panhandle
Branding SWX
Slogan Right Now
Channels Digital: KHQ-TV 6.2
KNDO 23.3
KNDU 25.3
KULR-TV 8.2
Affiliations America One
Owner Cowles Publishing Company
(KHQ, Inc.)
First air date August 30, 2008[1]
Website www.swxrightnow.com

SWX Right Now (Sports and Weather Right Now) is a digital subchannel broadcasting high school and college sports, and automated weather information of interest to viewers throughout Eastern Washington state. The channel is operated by Cowles Publishing Company and airs over Cowles' three NBC affiliated channels in Eastern Washington, including Spokane's KHQ, KNDO in Yakima and Richland's KNDU, as well as Billings' KULR in Montana, and on most cable systems throughout the markets they serve.

Normal programming on SWX Right Now includes 3-minute weather briefs called "The Weather Authority" and sports segments titled "Sports Right Now." Live event programming includes local sports as well as select programming from America One (including CFL Football). Programming includes Gonzaga University men's basketball; local high school and college football; Spokane Chiefs hockey; Spokane Shock arena football; and a sports commentary show from a studio located in "The Q" bar at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino in suburban Airway Heights.

Channels[edit]

City Over-the-Air Cable
Spokane 6-2 Comcast 306 (SD) Comcast 112 (HD)[2]
Coeur d'Alene 6-2 Time Warner 306
Kennewick-Pasco-Richland 25-3 Charter 287
Yakima 23-3 Charter 287
Pullman-Moscow -- Time Warner 306
Lewiston (ID) -- Cable One 466
Sandpoint (ID) 6-2 --
Billings (MT) 8-2 Charter 109

Events[edit]

College[edit]

Local events[edit]

Local sports[edit]

Sports shows[edit]

The Mark Few Show[edit]

  • A traditional weekly's coach's program featuring Gonzaga men's basketball coach Mark Few and Greg Heister discussing the week in Zags basketball, along with team features.

Toyota's Best Doggone Zags Show[edit]

  • A detailed analysis program about Zags basketball which airs Sunday and Monday nights.

Friday Night Lights[edit]

  • An extended traditional Friday night high school sports highlights show featuring teams throughout eastern Washington. Hosted by Sam Adams and Matt Rogers.

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