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The Tube

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New from KLTV, a 24-hour music television channel that features the best artists, the best songs, and the best images of all time in a pure all-music presentation. Available NOW free over-the-air on channel KLTV 7.3 on your digital tuner and soon to be on oyour digital cable.

In a vast departure from the way music has traditionally been presented on television, THE TUBE Music Network mines the archives for classic performances from legendary artists and features them alongside just-released videos by current artists.  Live and conceptual clips from Led Zeppelin, Tina Turner, Eric Clapton, Bob Marley, the Rolling Stones, U2, Prince, Rod Stewart and the Eagles are mixed with videos from today's best-selling acts like Norah Jones, James Blunt, Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, Jack Johnson and Coldplay.

THE TUBE is guided by Les Garland, one of the creative forces who helped shape music on television in the 1980's serving as co-founder/originator of both MTV: Music Television and VH-1. In the 90's, Garland played an essential role in the domestic and international launch of the interactive music channel, The Box, acting as senior executive vice president.

The free broadcast of THE TUBE Music Network is achieved via a relatively new concept referred to as "multicasting," which allows broadcast stations to distribute secondary signals within the primary signal's digital bandwidth.  Anyone with a digital tuner can receive THE TUBE 24 hours a day, free over-the-air on channel KLTV DT 7.3.

It's easy to watch THE TUBE Music Network in one of THREE ways. Here's how:

1. FREE Over-The-Air Broadcast that is received from your antenna, plus one of the following:

- A digital TV set with a built-in ATSC tuner ( sometimes referred to as a digital or HD tuner)


- An ATSC tuner hooked up to your TV

2. Your Cable Company - contact your local cable TV provider for its digital availability and specific channel number. 

3. Your Satellite TV provider - Here's what you'll need:

- An HD Satellite Box (which already has an ATSC digital tuner in it),


- An over-the-air antenna hooked up to your HD Satellite Box

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