Is there a what's on for the 125W PBS channels?

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MattFL

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The only problem with TV Passport is about 7 or 8pm it switches to the next day and you cannot view the current day anymore. Takes some pre-planning to figure out what to watch at nighttime.
 
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titantv.com has them all, PBSHD (which is the East feed) PBSHDW (West feed), CREATE, WORLD, PBS KDS, and FNX.
 
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The only problem with TV Passport is about 7 or 8pm it switches to the next day and you cannot view the current day anymore. Takes some pre-planning to figure out what to watch at nighttime.

The workaround for this is to use the drop-down calendar to pick the next day (or any day in the future). Once you have done that, simply change the date in the URL to the current date.

When you look at the current day, there's no date in the URL. But if you pick another date, the URL ends with something like "2023-02-10." Just change that date.

Of just add a slash and the desired date in that format at the end of the generic URL for that channel.
 
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MattFL

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The workaround for this is to use the drop-down calendar to pick the next day (or any day in the future). Once you have done that, simply change the date in the URL to the current date.

When you look at the current day, there's no date in the URL. But if you pick another date, the URL ends with something like "2023-02-10." Just change that date.

Of just add a slash and the desired date in that format at the end of the generic URL for that channel.
Ah ha! Great tip. Thanks!
 
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THANKS for all the info. I me letting a friend use a dish (36") and receiver of mine which I set up for him.
 

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