Montreal, QC – 04/17/2015 – Mountain Lake PBS is proud to announce a new partnership with Bell Fibe TV. As of April 16, the high-quality programming of Mountain Lake PBS is now available to Bell Fibe TV customers in the greater Montreal area on channel 225 and in HD on channel 1225.
“Mountain Lake PBS has had a long-standing commitment to its Canadian audience, and I couldn’t be more pleased that we’ll be available to Bell Fibe customers in the greater Montreal area,” said Erik Nycklemoe, President and CEO of Mountain Lake PBS. “This is only possible with the generous support of our Canadian members, and the hard work of many people here at the station, including Tom Rogers our Director of Engineering, and recently retired President Alice Recore.”
Mountain Lake PBS is located in Plattsburgh, New York, and serves a regional audience ranging from the Adirondacks to Quebec City with acclaimed PBS series like Antiques Roadshow, Nova and Masterpiece, local productions like Mountain Lake Journal, Roadside Adventures, and unique local documentaries like the Emmy Award-winning Songs to Keep: Treasures of an Adirondack Folk Collector and Dead Reckoning: Champlain in America. The mission of Mountain Lake PBS is to celebrate and strengthen the communities it serves with rich programs and services that inform, educate, involve and entertain.
Tune in to Mountain Lake PBS on Bell Fibe TV on channel 225 on in HD on channel 1225. Mountain Lake PBS can also be found on Videotron 24/43 and Digital 50