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WQED now has four television channels
WQED-TV has expanded its offerings! Thanks to new digital technology, it’s possible to have even more of the best of WQED through three television channels in addition to WQED-TV – all free and featuring favorite local and national shows from WQED and PBS.
WQED: The Neighborhood Channel
WQED: The Neighborhood Channel is where viewers can enjoy classic local program produced by WQED - programs that are about our region and feature our neighbors. WQED: The Neighborhood Channel offers locally-produced episodes from Rick Sebak, and other local producers. It is a kind of “best of” channel to remind us why we love southwestern Pennsylvania.
A different theme is featured each month in a seven-hour rotating block of programming, so that you can watch at the same time each night for seven days and see something different.
May’s theme is “Neighborhoods,” and feature some Rick Sebak favorites:
? It's the Neighborhoods
? Something About Oakland
? The Strip Show
? South Side
? Houses Around Here
? Downtown Pittsburgh
WQED: The Create Channel
WQED: The Create Channel is a great source for lifestyle and how-to programming airing shows on topics from cooking to crafting, gardening to “going green.”
On WQED: The Create Channel, viewers are treated to locally- and nationally-produced programs on crafting, needlework, painting, cooking, home and garden. Check out nationally-produced news and public affairs programs like Charlie Rose, PBS NewsHour, and BBC World News, as well as locally-produced programs like 4802 and Experience.
WQED’s newest digital channel, WQED Showcase airs a mix of popular music and performance programming from the WQED archives like QED Cooks; Rick Sebak documentaries; multi-documentary specials hosted by Fennimore and Sebak; favorite music shows and national pledge programming that has never been shown on WQED due to space limitations.
All of WQED’s channels air 24 hours a day, seven days a week.