PBS HD Channel
|Type||High definition and wide screen PBS programs|
|Availability||OTA digital television, cable, and satellite television|
|Owner||Public Broadcasting Service|
|March 1 2004|
The PBS HD Channel is a digital television network in the United States. The network was launched on March 1, 2004 for the purpose of offering high definition and widescreen content 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
At the time of the network's launch, sixty-four PBS stations were reported to have chosen to broadcast the channel.
Unlike the PBS Satellite Service, PBS HD was made to complement PBS stations.
- PBS TO LAUNCH 'PBS HD CHANNEL' MARCH 1, 2004
- PBS launches first 24/7 packaged HD, widescreen channel
Digital television in North America
Public broadcasting in the United States
|Cable and satellite|
|Music and fine arts|
|News and public affairs|
|How-to and special interest|
|Science and nature|
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