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Subject: Media in Billings, Montana, Montana PBS
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Country United States
First air date January 2007
Availability Montana
Founded 2001
Broadcast area Montana
Digital channel DT5 digital subchannels of Montana PBS stations (see article for channel numbers)
Callsign meaning TV MonTana
Official website

TVMT is a full-time television channel available on Montana cable systems, along with the DT5 digital subchannel on the member stations of the Montana PBS state network; service commenced January 2007. TVMT covers both houses of the Montana State Legislature, as well as other hearings staged in the Montana State Capitol at Helena.

TVMT is available to 350,000 [1]

The channel does not have edited content.

The service was first introduced in 2001 as a part-time service, offering only Legislature coverage on local Government-access television (GATV) cable channels in Montana.

External links

  • TVMT official website

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