Help celebrate the first anniversary of PBS Fort Wayne WX!

Our upgraded weather radar and information service broadcasting on channel 39.5 shares  more weather radar feeds and imaging, adds local forecasts, live weather and climatic information and continually updated weather data such as daily extremes, wind gusts and more.

The evolution of this service on PBS Fort Wayne WX adds weather data and information area viewers have requested since the rollout of this new channel on broadcast channel 39.5.  In addition to new radar views being shown, screens with daily forecasts plus other climatic information will also rotate in throughout the day. Audio for these upgrades continues to be directly brought to you from the National Weather Service regional office in North Webster, Indiana.

When a severe weather watch or warning for the PBS Fort Wayne service area occurs, screens will focus specifically on the PBS Fort Wayne service region for the duration of those events. In addition, scrolling type at the bottom of the screen will change and provide vital information for viewers as these events occur and evolve.

Especially during times like these, free, accessible weather information, radar and data is more important than ever. Help us celebrate our first anniversary and invest in PBS Fort Wayne WX now and for the times ahead. Simply click the button below to make an online donation, today.

Click On the button above to keep PBS Fort Wayne WX’s weather radar and information going strong!

Congratulations to Mediacom in northeast Indiana for picking up PBS Fort Wayne WX!

Congratulations to those who watch us on Mediacom in northeast Indiana, and thank you to MediaCom for picking up PBS Fort Wayne WX and sharing it with their subscribers!

Mediacom Subscribers in northeast Indiana can now take advantage of weather information and more when they tune into channel 121.

It is hoped that cable and other pay/subscription TV providers such as Comcast xFinity, Frontier FiOS, Time Warner Cable plus as others will add this enhanced and upgraded public service channel to their lineup, too.

Viewers currently watching channel 39.5 over the air (via regular antenna TV) will not have to re-scan their channels to acquire, and take advantage of this upgraded service.

One final note: All of us at PBS Fort Wayne want thank to all our viewers and area businesses who have supported, and continue to support our efforts to bring up-to-the minute weather information to the region we serve.

Click on any of the logos below to learn more about the

businesses currently sponsoring this public service on PBS Fort Wayne.