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University of North Carolina Television, known on-air as UNC-TV, is a Non-commercial educational public television state network in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It is operated by the University of North Carolina, with studios located at the UNC Center for Public Television at Research Triangle Park. The state network includes all Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member stations licensed within North Carolina except for WTVI in Charlotte, which is a community licensee.

It also formerly operated four digital channels: UNC-KD (children's programs), UNC-HD (high-definition programming), UNC-NC (North Carolina public affairs and original local productions) and UNC-ED (educational television). Consumers with Time Warner Cable, the largest cable provider in the state, are the only ones capable of receiving all of these digital subchannels. Time Warner has a direct-fiber optic connection to the broadcast facilities of UNC-TV.

On September 25th, 2008, UNC-TV commenced a revised lineup of three digital subchannels via over-the-air broadcast television: UNC-TV (the main channel now operating as a full-time HD service), UNC-KD in SD, and UNC-EX ("The Explorer Channel") in SD. Time Warner Cable customers also receive UNC-MX ("an eclectic mix of programming for adults") in SD.

Directv added UNC-TV HD and UNC-EX SD to its local broadcast packages on June 30, 2009. (mpeg4 equipment......
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