Alabama Public Television

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Alabama Public Television is a state network of Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member non-commercial educational Public television stations serving the US state of Alabama. The television stations are licensed by the Alabama Educational Television Commission, which was created by the Alabama state legislature in 1953. The broadcast signals of the nine stations cover almost all of the state, as well as parts of Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. The network produces its own TV news and public affairs programming and broadcasts content produced by the state's universities for online education and course credit as well.

The network's offices and network operations center are located in Birmingham. Until 2011, APT also operated a studio in Montgomery (the state capital) for pledge drives and programs covering the state government; state budget cuts forced the network to close the studio. The AETC has operated a public radio station, WLRH 89.3 FM, in Huntsville, since 1977.


Alabama was one of the earliest states to enter educational television broadcasting when the state created the Alabama Educational Television Commission in 1953. After two years of preparation, it signed on the nation's ninth Educational television station, WTIQ (now WCIQ) for Talladega, though the city of license was Munford. The transmitter was located atop Cheaha Mountain. When WBIQ...
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