WASHINGTON, D.C. – A half-hour news broadcast from the Israeli Broadcasting Authority (IBA) airs daily on MHz Networks’ nationally distributed channel, MHz Worldview. The program is also available in the Washington, DC metro area on MHz Networks 1. The newscast airs 5:30 PM ET daily.
The IBA weekly public affairs series “Close Up” airs as part of a new international public affairs block on MHz Worldview on Sundays at 9 AM ET.
In Washington, DC viewers may watch the programs on MHz Networks 1 via the following broadcast, cable, telco or satellite channels:
Over the Air (Digital Broadcast) 30.1
Verizon FiOS 451
DirecTV 2183 & 972
Dish Network 8077
Across the United States, the IBA programs are available in over half of the top 20 TV markets- nearly 27 million households- through broadcast/cable affiliates in: Chicago, IL- WYCC; Philadelphia, PA- MiND TV (WYBE); San Francisco,CA- KCSM; Washington, DC- WNVC/MHz Networks; Tacoma-Seattle, WA- KBTC; Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown, OH- WNEO/WEAO; Minneapolis, MN- MPS Cable; Miami, FL- WLRN; Denver, CO- KBDI; Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, FL- WCEU; Salt Lake City, UT- UEN (statewide); Grand Rapids/ Kalamazoo/Beaver Creek, MI- WGVU; New Orleans, LA- WLAE; Las Vegas, NV- Vegas PBS; Richmond, VA- WCVE; Flint, MI- WDCQ; Charleston, IL- WEIU; Plattsburgh, NY- Mountain Lake PBS (WCFE); Lansing, MI- LCC TV; Moline, IL (Quad Cities)- WQPT; Warrensburg, MO- KMOS; Topeka, KS- KTWU; Rochester-Austin, MN- KSMQ; Charlottesville, VA- WHTJ; St.Paul, MN- St. Paul Neighborhood Network; Stanford, CA- Stanford University Cable, as well as nationally via DirecTV and Galaxy 19 satellite on Transponder 27 (channel 949).
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MHz Networks is an independent, non-commercial television broadcaster delivering international programming and providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally-minded audience.
MHz Worldview, MHz Networks flagship channel, brings programming to globally-minded audiences in the US through affiliates, including cable, satellite and online. Serving the Washington, DC area’s 4.9 million residents with ten local broadcast channels, MHz Networks features programs from around the world on-air in more than 20 different languages.
MHz Networks is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization and has studio facilities in Falls Church.