Rocky Mountain PBS Channels
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS

ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS

award-winning children's, news, documentary, science and arts programming you've enjoyed with us for years. Scroll down to find our signal in your area.

On Demand & Streaming

On Demand & Streaming

Watch your favorite national and local programs online at video.rmpbs.org or through the RMPBS app, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV & PBS KIDS.

RMPBS KIDS

RMPBS KIDS

is the first-ever 24/7 channel and livestream dedicated to your favorite children's programming.

CREATE TV

CREATE TV

is lifestyle programming that provides expert advice on cooking, arts & crafts, gardening, home improvement and travel. Tune in and be inspired to taste, grow, imagine and explore.

Denver/Front Range (KRMA)

Over the Air (Antenna)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6.1
RMPBS KIDS: Channel 6.2
Create: Channel 6.3
AINC 6.2 audio only (Select French audio)
Audio Information Network of Colorado
(News is in English for visually impaired)
Create: Channel 6.3

Also serving (via KRMA-DT) the following cities: Boulder, Fort Collins

Cable TV (Comcast)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6
Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 658
RMPBS KIDS: Channel 245
Create*: Channel 248
On Demand: Channel 1 ("Your Colorado")

Satellite (DIRECTV)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6
Rocky Mountain PBS: Legacy Boxes & Channel 911

Satellite (Dish Network)

Rocky Mountain PBS HD: Channel 6

Pueblo/Colorado Springs (KTSC)

Over the Air (Antenna)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 8.1
RMPBS KIDS: Channel 8.2
AINC 8.2 audio only (Select French audio)
Audio Information Network of Colorado
(News is in English for visually impaired)
Create: Channel 8.3

Also serving (via KTSC-DT) the following: Aguilar, Alamosa, Bent County, Coaldale, Del Norte, La Veta, Lake George, Manitou Springs, Salida/Buena Vista, San Luis, Trinidad/Hoene

Cable TV (Comcast) – Pueblo

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6 & 658
RMPBS KIDS: Channel 244
Create: Channel 248
On Demand: Channel 1 ("Your Colorado")

Cable TV (Comcast) – Colorado Springs

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel8 & 708
RMPBS KIDS: Channel138 
Create: Channel 390
On Demand: Channel 1 ("Your Colorado")

Satellite (Dish Network) – Pueblo

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 18
RMPBS KIDS: Channel 846

Satellite (Dish Network) – Colorado Springs

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 18

Satellite (DIRECTV)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 8
Rocky Mountain PBS: Legacy Boxes &ndash Channel 904

Grand Junction (KRMJ)

Over the Air (Antenna)

Rocky Mountain PBS: 18.1
RMPBS KIDS: 18.2
AINC 18.2 audio only (Select French audio)
Audio Information Network of Colorado
(News is in English for visually impaired)
Create: Channel 18.3

Also serving (via KRMJ-DT) the following: Cortez, Crawford, Divide Creek/New Castle, Durango, Glenwood Springs, Grand Valley, Montrose, Nucla, Ouray, Paonia, Ridgway, Rifle/Rulison, Silt

Cable TV (Bresnan)

RMPBS: Channel: 6 & 706
RMPBS KIDS: 106

Satellite (Dish Network)

Rocky Mountain PBS: 18

Durango (KRMU)

Over the Air (Antenna)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 20.1
AINC 20.2 audio only (Select French audio)
Audio Information Network of Colorado
(News is in English for visually impaired)
Create: Channel 20.3

Also serving (via KRMU-DT): Ignacio

Cable TV (Bresnan)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6 (KRMU) & 98 (KRMA)

Satellite (Dish)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 18

Steamboat Springs (KRMZ)

Over the Air (Antenna)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 24.1

Cable TV (Comcast)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6

Satellite (DIRECTV)

Rocky Mountain PBS: Channel 6

Rocky Mountain PBS: Legacy Boxes and Channel 911

*Comcast is now carrying Create TV in the following Colorado markets: Aspen, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver Metro, Erie, Ft. Collins, Genesee, Glenwood Springs, Granby, Greeley, Longmont, Loveland, Pueblo, Rifle and Silt. Tune in to Channel 248 if you live in the above locations and have Comcast. Exception: In Colorado Springs, it's on Channel 142.

Statewide Signal Distribution

Statewide Signal Distribution

Download a complete PDF of Rocky Mountain PBS' Statewide Signal Distribution by clicking the map above.

How do I tune in to these channels?

Channel numbers vary depending on where you live and whether you subscribe to cable or satellite or use an antenna. We have compiled a list of channel numbers for our statewide network (below). We will update this list as we receive new information.

Note: We recommend a passive VHF/UHF antenna for reception of both VHF and UHF channels for a more complete over-the-air experience.