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Watch the latest episodes of Sherlock and Victoria.
This week, we review art projects rooted in multiculturalism and social activism.
Uncover the origins of man and early human society.
We review the Blue Anchor, Pusateri’s Pizza, and District Table & Bar.
Watch Smokey Robinson receive the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize.
Since the beginning of the year, there have been 110 threats made to Jewish organizations.
Explore the future of the Panama Canal as it nears completion on a new set of locks.
See how South Florida is fighting against the impact of Sea Level Rise.
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As directed by the Federal Communications Commission, August 22nd was designated RESCAN DAY for WXEL. As a result, WXEL’s signal and transmission facility relocated. Due to the relocation of the signal, we asked our viewers who receive WXEL over-the-air to rescan their television sets to continue to receive WXEL.
Many of you have already done this without a problem or have been assisted by one of our technicians. However, if you have already rescanned your television (refer to http://www.wpbt2.org/rescan for rescanning information) and notice you are no longer receiving WXEL over-the-air, please fill out the form located at: http://www.wxel.org/about-us/contact-us/ and specify in the Subject line that you need Technical Support.
It is very important to us that you continue to receive free access to public television and the cultural, educational and entertainment programs that are essential parts of our mission to serve the people of South Florida.
Please be assured our technicians are working diligently with our over-the-air viewers to help them through this process.
*In listening to our viewers who are experiencing technical difficulties, we have found that the main issue preventing viewers from receiving the WXEL signal over-the-air is their indoor antenna. If you have a similar situation, we recommend that you change the orientation of the antenna to face South or replace it with an outdoor antenna.
PBS is number 1 in public trust. Over 200 million people watch PBS each year. Public broadcasting is one of America's best investments - just about $1.35 per citizen each year. For every $100 of federal spending, public broadcasting receives just a penny.
Read more reasons why PBS and stations are trusted, valued and essential. Discover how you can get invloved to ensure that PBS continues to provide the content and services that educate and inspire.
South Florida PBS Kids is the new 24/7 children’s television channel which includes live stream on digital platforms. South Florida PBS Kids makes it easy for children to watch their favorite series during primetime and other after-school hours when viewing among families is high. Viewers will be able to watch the live stream through pbskids.org and on the PBS KIDS Video App, which is available on a variety of mobile devices, tablets and over-the-top platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox One and Chromecast.
Families will be able to watch South Florida PBS Kids anytime on Channels 2.4 and 42.4 or Comcast 200 and 205 (Miami-Dade and Broward) and 202 (Palm Beaches) or on the PBS Kids Video app: pbskids.org/apps/pbs-kids-video.html.