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AETN Digital Subchannels Restored Ahead of Schedule

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We’re very excited to announce that AETN Create (AETN-2), AETN Plus/World (AETN-3) and the Arkansas Information Reading Service for the Blind (AIRS, AETN-4) audio channel returned to their normal broadcasts today, Nov. 8. Everyone is very proud of the AETN staff and crews who worked quickly and efficiently to complete all of their work well ahead of their projected schedule!

AETN was very lucky to enjoy clear weather and fortunate to avoid any scheduling delays. In combination with our staff’s excellent work, these conditions allowed us to restore normal broadcasts much sooner than we expected. We’re also glad to announce that AETN-1 (AETN-PBS) has returned to its normal high definition broadcast, rather than its temporary standard definition transmission. 

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