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MHz Worldview 35.5 – Back up!

mhzworldviewlogoBroadcast update on MHz Worldview [WYBE 35.5]

April 8th, 2016
We are happy to report that MHz Worldview [WYBE 35.5] is back on air. We are very sorry for the issues with the program stream, and thank all  the viewers for their patience.

April 7th, 2016
At this time we are having technical difficulties with MHz Worldview. We do apologize for the inconvenience to all our viewers. We will provide updates as they become available.

Thank you for your patience.

Transmission Outage – 1/25/15 to 1/30/15

125mindTo all our viewers,

On Sunday (1/25),  the transmission was interrupted by an equipment failure and the MiND channels went down. We are very sorry for the inconvenience and interruption in programming services.

For those who subscribe to Comcast and Verizon cable services, you are receiving a stream of back-up programming. This signal tends to be stable, but can have issues when internet is taxed.

The signal was restored on Friday (1/30) for all channels. Please re-scan if you are an over-the-air viewer still experiencing signal issues.

Thank you for your patience while we repaired the transmitter equipment.

Broadcasting on all providers

sponsor-mindThank you to all our viewers for patience. Yesterday evening, the MiND technology team was able to, for the moment, restore our broadcast signal and therefore all satellite and cable carriers. 

In the coming weeks we will have a short period of maintenance to reconfigure and replace some equipment, but that will be for less than one hour. 

To all those who reached out, thank you for letting us know that you are watching and that we matter to you.

— MiND TV

We’re Back!

125mindMiND would like to extend a very sincere thank you to all of our viewers for their kind words, support, feedback, and offers to help us during such a difficult time.

As of Tuesday, 2/25/2014 at 13:00, we’re back on-air! All cable carriers and OTA should be broadcasting our primary (DT35-1: MiND) and sub-channels (DT35-2: NHK World, DT-35-3: France 24, DT35-4: RT, and DT35-5: MHz/WV [OTA ONLY]).

We will be taking down our transmitter for short periods of time during the daytime hours in the next few weeks to conclude the final parts of scheduled maintenance to ensure proper functionality. We will post the dates here on our blog as we solidify them. We will also post here, and on our Facebook during these outages as reminders of the scheduled maintenance.

Once again, thank you for supporting MiND!