Television Stations

Community Minded Television
(nonprofit station)
Browne Street & Third Ave.
Spokane, WA  99201
(509) 444-3381 or 444-3088, ext 207
Community-minded TV mixes programming and classes for the public.  Produces shows on health, youth and senior issues.  In addition, they have a series of workshops to expand access and skills for community members who want to become involved in film and programming. 

Channel 28 (FOX 28)
(509) 448-2828

Channel 6 (NBC)
1201 W. Sprague
Spokane, WA
(509) 448-6000   
Success by 6 (Children’s Book Bank)


Channel 2 (CBS)  
4103 S. Regal
Spokane, WA
(509) 448-2000
KREM's CW-22

4103 S. Regal
Spokane, WA
(509) 448-2000
An entertainment channel blending original series, comedy shows, reality TV, and movie replays. 

Channel 22 (The CW 22)
(509) 448-2000
A sister station of KREM-TV, sharing some of the same programming.


Channel 7 (PBS)  
3911 S. Regal
(509) 354-7700 or 735-2377

Channel 4 (ABC)
500 W. Boone
Spokane, WA
(509) 324-4000
Coats 4 Kids, (509) 329-4706
Wednesday’s Child (featuring adoptable foster children) 
Extreme Team Home Repairs
(helping those in need)
Local Organizations
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