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Washington Translators

Mclure Mountain KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-8

Communities Served: Winthrop - Twisp

Updated: 1/7/2020

The KSPS over the air signal at Mclure Mountain, which provides KSPS over the air service to Winthrop and Twisp is good at this time.

KSPS - PBS viewers living in the Methow Valley can check the status of the KSPS Signal at any time by clicking on the following link (mvcomm.org).

GOOD

Bridgeport: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-24
Communities Served: Chief Joseph

Updated: 1/13/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the Bridgeport translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the communities of Chief Joseph and the surrounding area is OFF THE AIR. The outage is the result of a transmission tower collapse due to heavy snow and ice at the Omak Mountain translator site, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the Bridgeport translator site.

KSPS Engineering is working with the Okanagan TV District and Colville Tribe to pull together resources in terms of emergency funds, equipment and personnel to address the problem. Given the catastrophic nature of the outage and winter weather conditions restoring service could take anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Chief Joseph and the Bridgeport area and have any questions regarding the outage please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

GOOD

Chelan-Butte Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-7
Communities Served: Chelan - Manson

Updated: 1/13/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the Chelan Butte Mountain translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the communities of Chelan and Manson and the surrounding area is OFF THE AIR. The outage is the result of a transmission tower collapse due to heavy snow and ice at Omak Mountain, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the Chelan Butte Mountain translator site.

KSPS Engineering is working with the Okanagan TV District and Colville Tribe to pull together resources in terms of emergency funds, equipment and personnel to address the problem. Given the catastrophic nature of the outage and winter weather conditions restoring service could take anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Chelan or Manson and have any questions regarding the outage please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Colville Mountain: KSPS 7.1 & 7.3 - SD Only
Community Served - Colville

Coulee City Hall KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-10
Communities Served: Coulee City

Fox Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-8
Communities Served: Mallot

Updated: 1/13/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the FOX Mountain translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the community of Mallot and the surrounding area is OFF THE AIR. The outage is the result of a transmission tower collapse due to heavy snow and ice at Omak Mountain, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the FOX Mountain translator site.

KSPS Engineering is working with the Okanagan TV District and Colville Tribe to pull together resources in terms of emergency funds, equipment and personnel to address the problem. Given the catastrophic nature of the outage and winter weather conditions restoring service could take anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Mallot and have any questions regarding the outage please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Goat Mountain KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-14
Communities Served: Brewster – Pataros

Goat Mountain KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-9

Communities Served: Lower Methow Valley

Grizzly Mountain KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-12
Communities Served: Winthrop – Twin Lakes

Jump Off Mountain/Stemit: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-17
Communities Served: Wenatchee – Rock Island

Leavenworth: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-13
Communities Served: Omak – Leavenworth

Monument Mountain KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-19
Communities Served: Quincy – Moses Lake

If you are a KSPS viewer in Quincy or Moses Lake and you are still having issues receiving our over the air signal please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Olive Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-8
Communities Served: Omak – Riverside

Updated: 1/13/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the Olive Mountain translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the communities of Omak and Riverside and the surrounding area is OFF THE AIR. The outage is the result of a transmission tower collapse due to heavy snow and ice at Omak Mountain, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the Olive Mountain translator site.

KSPS Engineering is working with the Okanagan TV District and Colville Tribe to pull together resources in terms of emergency funds, equipment and personnel to address the problem. Given the catastrophic nature of the outage and winter weather conditions restoring service could take anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Omak or Riverside and have any questions regarding the outage please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Omak Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-17
Communities Served: Omak – Okanagan Valley

Updated: 1/13/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the Omak Mountain translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the community of Omak and the Okanagan Valley is OFF THE AIR. The outage is the result of a transmission tower collapse due to heavy snow and ice at Omak Mountain, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the Omak Mountain translator site.

KSPS Engineering is working with the Okanagan TV District and Colville Tribe to pull together resources in terms of emergency funds, equipment and personnel to address the problem. Given the catastrophic nature of the outage and winter weather conditions restoring service could take anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Omak and the Okanagan Valley and have any questions regarding the outage please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Pickens Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-8

Communities Served: Tonasket

Updated: 1/13/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the Pickens Mountain translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the community of Tonasket and the surrounding area is OFF THE AIR. The outage is the result of a transmission tower collapse due to heavy snow and ice at Omak Mountain, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the Pickens Mountain translator site.

KSPS Engineering is working with the Okanagan TV District and Colville Tribe to pull together resources in terms of emergency funds, equipment and personnel to address the problem. Given the catastrophic nature of the outage and winter weather conditions restoring service could take anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Tonasket and have any questions regarding the outage please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Idaho Translators

Black Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-32
Communities Served: Bonners Ferry – Moyie Springs

Canfield-Butte Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-26
Communities Served: Coeur D’ Alene

Update

Updated: 7/1/2020

The recent KSPS translator transmission issue at our Canfield Butte site has been addressed. If you are a KSPS Viewer in the Coeur D' Alene area who watches the station via an over the air antenna and you are still having issues receiving KSPS please call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Following the installation of a new transmission antenna at the Canfield Butte site this past December the transmission signal of KSPS from the Canfield site has been significantly reduced compared to what it was prior to the installation of the new antenna. As a result, some over the air viewers of KSPS in Coeur D' Alene and the surrounding area may find it difficult to receive KSPS via antenna. The new antenna was install by Idaho Public Television, who owns the translator site. At this time, Idaho Public Television Engineering is working with the antenna manufacturer to address the on going issue.

If you are presently a KSPS viewer in the Coeur D' Alene area who is having issues receiving KSPS over the air via antenna please let us know by calling KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Cottonwood-Butte Mountain:
KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-16
Communities Served: Craigmount – Cottonwood – Grangeville

Update 6/4/2020

At this time neither KREM or KHQ are available via the Cottonwood-Butte Translator site. KHQ is working on a solution to return service to the area this summer. KREM at this time has no Please Note: If you are a KSPS Viewer who receives KSPS over the air via the Cottonwood-Butte translator site and you should lose our signal, please let us know by calling KSPS Engineering @ (509) 443-7687.

Lewiston Hill: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-24
Communities Served: Clarkston, Wa – Lewiston, Id

Priest Lake TV District
Kenner Point MountainKSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-5

Please Note: If you are an over the air KSPS Viewer in the Priest Lake - Kenner Point viewing area and you are unable to receive KSPS please let us know by calling KSPS Engineering @ 509 (443-7687).

Priest Lake TV District
Lakeview Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-31
Communities Served: Priest Lake Area

Please Note: If you are an over the air KSPS Viewer in the Priest Lake - Lakeview viewing area and you are unable to receive KSPS please let us know by calling KSPS Engineering @ 509 (443-7687).

Sandpoint Baldy Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-23
Communities Served: Sandpoint – Spirit Lake

Montana Translators

Big Fork: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-21
Communities Served: South/Southwest Big Fork

Updated: Jan 18/2021

On Sunday power was restored at the Blacktail Mountain translator site following a severe windstorm last Wednesday. With power restored, KSPS should now be back on the air in the community of Big Fork and the surrounding area.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Big Fork and are still not able to receive the KSPS over the air signal please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Blacktail Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-32
Communities Served: Kalispell

Updated: Jan 18/2021

On Sunday power was restored at the Blacktail Mountain translator site following a severe windstorm last Wednesday. With power restored, KSPS should now be back on the air in the community of Kalispell and the surrounding area.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Kalispell and are still not able to receive the KSPS over the air signal please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

King Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-13
Communities Served: Troy – Bull Lake

Polson: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-29
Communities Served: Polson Area

Updated: Jan 18/2021

On Sunday power was restored at the Blacktail Mountain translator site following a severe windstorm last Wednesday. With power restored, KSPS should now be back on the air in the community of Polson and the surrounding area.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Polson and are still not able to receive the KSPS over the air signal please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Thompson Falls: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-36
Communities Served: Thompson Falls Area

TV Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-8
Communities Served: Missoula – Hamilton

Updated: Jan 18/2021

At this time the KSPS over the air signal from the TV Mountain translator site, which provides the KSPS over the air service to the communities of Missoula and Hamilton is now back on the air. The outage was the result of power loss following a severe windstorm last Wednesday at the Blacktail Mountain translator site, which feeds the KSPS over the air signal to the TV Mountain translator site. Power at Blacktail was restored on Sunday.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Missoula or Hamilton and you are still not receiving the KSPS over the air signal please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Sheldon Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-30
Communities Served: Libby Area

Woodsbay: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-11
Communities Served: Somers – Lakeside

Updated: Jan 18/2021

On Sunday power was restored at the Blacktail Mountain translator site following a severe windstorm last Wednesday. With power restored, KSPS should now be back on the air in the communities of Somers and Lakeside.

If you are a KSPS viewer in Somers or Lakeside and are still not able to receive the KSPS over the air signal please let us know. Call KSPS Engineering at (509) 443-7687.

Oregon Translators

Basket Mountain: KSPS 7.1/7.2/7.3/7.4 on CH-23
Communities Served: Milton Freewater – Walla Walla, WA