KUAT-TV Channel 6

KUAT-TV is a full service television station in Tucson, Arizona broadcasting on local digital channel 30 and 27. It is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) ... See more member Public television station in Tucson, Arizona. Owned by the Arizona Board of Regents and operated by the University of Arizona, it broadcasts from the campus in the Modern Languages Building. In 1959, KUAT-TV started broadcasting as the first public television station in Arizona. It was an affiliate of National Educational Television (NET) from 1959 until 1970, when PBS replaced NET. Two notable long-running series on KUAT are produced in-house: "Arizona Illustrated," a nightly newsmagazine on local public affairs issues produced by University of Arizona students, "The Desert Speaks," an Emmy Award-winning natural history and travel series which is distributed nationally to PBS member stations and "Reflexiones Domingo," a Spanish-language newsmagazine that airs on Sunday mornings. In addition to its primary programming, KUAT operates two digital subchannels on channel 6, V-me and Create and two subchannels on channel 27, KUAT Kids and PBS World. V-me is a Spanish-language public television network offering programming focused on the Latino culture, while Create focuses on home improvement, do-it-yourself, arts and crafts, cooking and travel. KUAT Kids, formerly known as PBS Kids, offers youth-focused educational and entertainment programming, while World features non-fictional programming.

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Tucson - Arizona, United States

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