New WNMU-TV Website Coming Soon: WNMU Public TV 13 will be launching a new website on Tuesday, December 5. Our site may be offline for a few hours during the launch. If you have this site bookmarked, you should be redirected to the new site automatically. Thanks for your patience during this process.
Thanks for Your Support during our Go Public! 2017 fundraiser. Our Partners in Programming are our most important source of funding. If you haven't done it already, please consider becoming a Partner and support your local public TV station today!
Watch Online: Chronic Wasting Disease Update on Media Meet
Watch High School Bowl Online:
2017-18 Season Games Now Available
Join host Jim Koski for our 40th High School Bowl quiz tournament. U.P. and northern Wisconsin teams compete in a battle of speed and knowledge. Exercise your brain, play along and cheer on your local team.
Local and PBS programs are available in our video player at wnmuvideo.nmu.edu
Let Congress know your opinion on government support for public broadcasting services.
From all of us at Public TV 13, thank you for your support!
WNMU-TV’s mission is to provide the communities in our region with programming and media services that inform, inspire and educate. Locally produced programs like High School Bowl, Media Meet and our popular Ask the... call-in series provide viewers with original content that enhances their lives, especially in our sprawling broadcast area of widely spaced small communities in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Northern Wisconsin.
Our monthly program guide, FanFare, contains detailed primetime listings, primetime grid, daytime grid, highlights of noteable programs, and Fresh Airings -- a listing of new programs airing during the month. Download a PDF of FanFare each month, or become a Public TV 13 Partner and get a printed FanFare guide in your mailbox each month.
Public TV 13 has launched our new 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel. Watch WNMU PBS KIDS anytime on Channel 13.2 & Charter Spectrum 199, or streaming live on pbskids.org and in the free PBS KIDS Video App. To find our live stream on pbskids.org, click on "Videos" and find the new "Live TV" button on the left side of the Videos page. Read more about WNMU PBS Kids here.