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How can I watch Farmers’ Almanac TV?

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We often get the question, “Where can I watch Farmers’ Almanac TV?” Well, we are broadcast on public television stations across the United States. But, we don’t have a set time. Local programmers in each market decide what shows to run for their local audiences — and at what time.

You can always check our map or local listings to find out when Farmers’ Almanac TV is broadcast in your area.

Our goal is to be broadcast on every public television station — and we are making steady progress. Since our debut in April, Farmers’ Almanac TV has been broadcast to approximately 63% of the country. More than 35 states have broadcast the show on their public television stations.

And, we are adding stations every day. In fact, over the past few months we have added 34 new stations throughout the U.S. We also recently added new television markets, including Casper WY, Houston, Klamath Fall OR, Medford OR, New York City, Odessa TX, Redding CA, Riverton WY, Schenectady, NY Scranton, PA, Spokane WA, Wilkes Barre, PA.

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If you want to see Farmers’ Almanac TV, and it’s not running on your local public television station, feel free to contact your local programmer or us. The more public support there is for a show, the more likely programmers will choose to run it.

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