Due to equipment failure at our Monument Peak transmitter for KQED Plus, the KQED Plus Over the Air signal was offline for Wednesday night. Programming originally scheduled to air 8p-midnight Wednesday night can be recorded during the overnight repeat time of 2am-6am. Cable viewers were not affected by this outage.
2 of the 3 missed programs also have future airdates:
Ageless Skin can be seen again on KQED Plus Sat 12/10 10:30am, Thurs 12/15 10:30pm, and Fri 12/16 4:30am
ImageMakers 805 My Precious Daughter can be seen again next month on KQED TV9, Sat 1/07/2012 7:30pm and Sun 1/08/2012 1:30am
Final Update Fri 12/02 3pm: The receive Dish for KQET on Fremont Peak has been restabilized, and the signal is now looking very good.
Update 5:45pm: KQET’s signal is restored, but with occasional dropouts. Winds are still very strong on Fremont Peak, so final tweaking of the re-braced dish may be delayed.
Update 2:20pm: KQET is expected to be back on the air by this evening.
Update 11am: Repair crews are expected at Fremont Peak around noon.
Our KQET transmitter tower on Fremont Peak (northeast of Monterey) is off the air. Very high winds have been reported for Fremont Peak, and the receive dish side of the signal path is loose and blowing in the wind.
When more info becomes available about the schedule for repair this post will be updated.