MHz Networks

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MHz Networks is a Northern Virginia based independent, non-commercial educational broadcaster operated by Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation. The legal broadcast callsigns for the two stations of MHz Networks are WNVC (channel 24) and WNVT (channel 30). Rebranded as MHz Networks, WNVC is licensed to Fairfax, Virginia with studios in Falls Church, Virginia and WNVT is licensed in Goldvein, Virginia, and shares TV studio facilities in Falls Church.


WNVT first signed on March 1, 1972 on Channel 53 as a public broadcasting independent of Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). On June 6, 1981 Channel 56 signed on as a similar station (as WIAH) and in 1982, changed its call letters to WNVC. Since channel 56 signed on, the two stations were operated from the same Northern Virginia studios, and were run as sister stations. The WNVT studios were originally at Northern Virginia Community College. When the station was under construction, the school offered an associate of arts in broadcast engineering technology. Prior to WNVT, channel 53 had a brief experimental transmission from somewhere in downtown Washington, D.C.

In 2001, the two stations became known as MHz Networks, with WNVC becoming MHz and WNVT becoming MHz2. In 2003, WNVT became digital-only on channel 30. On September 1, 2008, WNVC ceased broadcasting in analog permanently and took the digital broadcast silent to perform technical modifications. WNVC has a construction permit (now on-air) to relocate its...
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