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AETN digital subchannels restored in Northwest Arkansas

Posted 06 Mar 2013

The Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) completed repairs today to restore AETN Create (AETN-2), AETN Plus/World (AETN-3) and the Arkansas Information Reading Service for the Blind (AIRS, AETN-4) audio channel in Northwest Arkansas on the KAFT transmitter. 

Weather conditions Feb. 21 caused AETN to lose the microwave signal to the KAFT transmitter. A tower crew was able to locate and repair a problem with the microwave reflector, and normal broadcasts resumed at 12:30 p.m.