Broadcasting ‘Round the Clock

October 27, 2014 Wisconsin Public Television Leave a Comment

Beginning today, Monday Oct. 27, you can turn on the TV at any time and find quality programs on all three of Wisconsin Public Television’s channels.

WPT is now broadcasting 24/7

Broadcasting 24 hours a day, we’re happy to say Wisconsin Public Television is now available throughout the overnight hours.

Here’s what you can expect to see between 1 and 5 a.m. on WPT’s flagship channel. At 1, 2 and 3 a.m. we’ll encore your favorite prime time shows. So if you miss Nature on Wednesday, Masterpiece on Sunday or any other prime time program, you’ll get another chance to watch just after the midnight hour. At 4, University Place serves up educational lectures right before kids programs take over for the day.

Check the full schedule to browse the entire 24-hour lineup. And remember, many of your favorite shows are available on-demand at and on the PBS App for Roku and Apple TV.

1 thought on “Broadcasting ‘Round the Clock”

  • I really wish we could get Wisconsin Public Television in our valley. I wish I knew more about antennas. I think the architecture of internet has left the architecture of television a bit. I’ve done some research but I keep hitting dead ends. At least in our valley. I was kind of hoping to surprise Inga for her birthday with Wisconsin Public Television. Any good leads?

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