Antenna

Prime Time Christian Broadcasting has four stations that transitioned to their post-DTV channels, and the small number of staff available for the transition necessitated a phased schedule:

Odessa/Midland, Texas
DMA Station KMLM-DT permanently terminated analog service on December 15, 2008 to its post transition DTV Channel 42.

Lubbock, Texas
DMA Station KPTB-DT permanently terminated analog service on January 29, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 16.

Snyder/Abilene, Texas
DMA Station KPCB-DT permanently terminated analog service on February 3, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 17.

Albuquerque/Santa Fe, New Mexico
DMA Station KRPV-DT permanently terminated analog service on February 10, 2009 to its post transition DTV Channel 27.

Clovis, NM and Amarillo, Texas
DMA Station KPTF-(TV) turned off its analog transmitter, convert its solid state analog transmitter to digital, and connect it's high gain antenna to its DTV transmitter on June 12, 2009 at 4:20 PM CDT.

In order to receive GLC off air you will need either a television with a digital tuner or a converter box. Converter boxes are available from stores such as radio shack, Best Buy, Circuit city, and others. They are also available on the internet from many sources. You can also get a $40 coupon for the purchase of a converter box by calling the Coupon Program Line at 1-888-388-2009 or online at http://www.dtv2009.gov.

Prime Time Christian Broadcasting submits to the FCC on a quarterly basis Digital TV Consumer Education Quarterly Activity Reports. These reports are kept with the Public Files and are located in the Compliance Coordinator's Office in our main studio or at the desk of the station attendant in our four other full-power stations. Reports are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM till 5:00 PM.