TV Technical Profile: WIIQ
- 41.1 - APT, PBS
- 41.2 - PBS Kids
41.3 - Create
41.4 - World Channel
Between Demopolis and Linden, on AL-28 near the intersection with
War Eagle Road.
- Power (ERP):
- 1 MW
- Height Above
Average Terrain (HAAT):
- 1,067 feet
- 41 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
Snapshot of network ID for -.1 APT/PBS channel
Snapshot of network ID for -.2 PBS World channel
Snapshot of network ID for -.3 PBS Create channel
- Came on the air
on September 13, 1971 as part of the Alabama Public Television
network. All the network's call letters end in IQ -- this one being
"I" is just part of the alphabet with no meaning I know of.
with the rest of the APT network, shut down analog operations on
February 17th, 2009. Due to budget cuts, at the
start of October, 2012, all APT stations dropped iQ for PBS' World
Starting in October 2015, the network began only airing PBS World
during the second half of the day due to concerns over adult
programming appearing during hours when children may be
watching. A planned update for late 2015 or early 2016 to the
switching equipment at the main studio will allow the station to cut
out individual shows and insert child-friendly programming.