Tues 4/09 5:20am-8:20am – KQEH (DT54s) off air

April 9, 2013 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED Plus · Comment 

Our DT54.1-5 Over The Air (OTA) transmissions from our tower on Monument Peak were interrupted for 3 hours this morning, from 5:20am to 8:20am. Service Providers using the DT54.1 signal for KQED Plus restored their carriage of the channel as soon as the signal returned.

Most tuners in digital TVs and/or converter boxes will automatically recover from an outage of that short a duration. However, a few OTA viewers may need to do a rescan in order to restore the DT54 signal.

KQET Down for Maintenance Fri, 3/15 11-11:30am

March 13, 2013 · Posted By Carol Cicerone · Filed Under KQET · Comment 

KQET on Fremont Peak will be shut down for maintenance on Friday, March 15, from approximately 11am until 11:30am.

KQEH Down for Maintenance Thu, 3/14 11-11:30am

March 13, 2013 · Posted By Carol Cicerone · Filed Under KQED Plus · Comment 

KQEH on Monument Peak will be shut down for maintenance Thursday, March 14, from approximately 11am until 11:30am.

Mon 3/04: planned maintenance, Monument Peak Transmitter

March 1, 2013 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED Plus · Comment 

Another TV station that shares the Monument Peak transmitter with KQEH (DT54.1 thru DT54.5) needs to perform maintenance on their equipment Monday, meaning that we will need to switch antennas and/or lower power for our OTA signal at various points, for the safety of the crew. Work is likely to begin around 11:30am, and should end by 5:30pm.

Most equipment should handle these changes without problem, but there is the possibility that a few (older) receivers may get confused. Should that happen, try manually deleting then re-acquiring the signal for DT54, or do a rescan to acquire a new lock on the signal after sunset, when everything should be back to normal.

KQED Life & KQED World, Sat 2/23

February 23, 2013 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED, KQED Plus · Comment 

Update: this problem was resolved late on the evening of Sat 2/23/13.
We are aware of the technical problems currently affecting KQED World and KQED Life both Over the Air (DT9.3 & DT54.3) and via Comcast Cable (channels 189 & 190). Engineers are working on the problem, but unfortunately we do not expect to be able to resolve it quickly. We apologize for any inconvenience.

KQED HD: Wed 2/13 8pm

February 13, 2013 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED, KQET · Comment 

We are aware of the lack of sound on current transmission of “Nature: Cold Warriors”. Engineers are working to solve the problem.

Mon 1/21: KQED World audio issues, via Comcast Cable Channel 190

January 21, 2013 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED · Comment 

We are aware of the intermittent audio issues taking place on KQED World via Comcast Cable channel 190. We have a faulty audio card in the chain, and are awaiting its replacement, which should arrive soon. We apologize for any inconvenience.

KQET Overnight Tower Shut Down – Fri, 12/14 and Sat, 12/15

December 13, 2012 · Posted By Carol Cicerone · Filed Under KQET · Comment 

KSBW is requesting we shut down KQET for tower work this Friday Morning, December 14, 2012. The outage is scheduled to begin at 12:30am.

12/14/12 Update: The work was not completed last night, so the tower is scheduled to be shut down again early 12/15.

Mon 12/10: missing PSIP for Over the Air viewers

December 10, 2012 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED, KQED Plus, KQET · Comment 

We are aware that on-screen program information (PSIP) is currently missing for Over the Air viewers. The software company has been contacted, and hopefully repairs will happen quickly. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience.

KQED DT9 planned OTA outage, Tues 11/20 8am-10am(ish)

November 19, 2012 · Posted By Red Dana · Filed Under KQED · Comment 

Due to installation of new equipment, KQED’s Over the Air tranmission on DT9.1, 9.2 & 9.3 will be interrupted Tuesday 11/20 at apx 8am. Hopefully all work will be completed by 10am, but might run as late as 11am.

Most tuners should automatically restore the signal once it’s back on air. This work should not affect viewers receiving their signal via cable or satellite.

« Previous PageNext Page »

  • RSS FEED

    rss

    Subscribe to our blog feed and you'll never miss a post!


Sponsored by