News : Meet a Green Alliance Business: New Hampshire Public Televison

Oct 13, 2015

Originally Published in the Portsmouth Herald.

What: New Hampshire Public Television, the Granite State’s only statewide, locally owned television network and PBS station, offers commercial-free programming that engages viewers, connects communities, and celebrates the region in a way that entertains as well as enriches.

Headquartered in Durham, NHPTV provides locally focused programs such as “Windows to the Wild,” “Our Hometown,” “Granite State Challenge,” and special documentaries, along with PBS favorites like “Downton Abbey,” “Nature,” “Nova,” “Frontline,” “Antiques Roadshow” and PBS KIDS, offering educational services and a high-tech public safety communications infrastructure. Using five broadcast transmitters the station’s signal to 98 percent of New Hampshire homes, NHPTV reaches more than 500,000 viewers each month, and 110,000 children weekly. NHPTV’s programs are available free via over-the-air broadcast and online, not just through paid cable and satellite companies.

NHPTV also has a steadfast commitment to environmental-themed programming. From national staples like “Nature” and “Nova,” to local favorites like “Planet Granite,” to “Windows to the Wild” and special documentaries about New England’s migratory birds and the fishing industry. And NHPTV is committed to partnering with community organizations to help shine a light on the issues and topics at the forefront of public concern and discussion.

Read the full story in Portsmouth Herald here.