Providing local Television in Libby Montana since 1957
Our channel line-up and access can change unexpectedly beyond our control; please re-scan your TV and check back often.
This 'Viewing Area' is based off of a 2010 US Census population database map. It is hard to spot where your address is. We can help with this or, you can go to www.montanasky.net/LiveCam/SheldonLiveCam.html which is an eye cam that is at the site. If you can see your house from there, you should get our signal. We thank MontanaSky for their support with installing this eye cam.
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The Libby Video Club signal only serves the Libby area. Troy has their own system off King Mountain, with the proper antenna you should be able to pick up their signal. Make sure your TV is set to scan for off air signals. Give us a call at 406 293-1393 if you have any questions.
Each year on the third Saturday of November, the Libby Turkey Dash (which is a 5k Fun Family Run/Walk) is held to raise funds for the Libby Food Pantry and a local non-profit. This year we have been blessed as the local non-profit. If you would like more information about this fun run, would like to be a sponsor or register to run/walk, please visit their website at Turkey Dash (runsignup.com. We appreciate their support and hope you will join them and have a fun time. Even if you just come out to cheer on the runners/walkers it is a great encouragement for the event and your attendance will be appreciated. We hope to see you there!
Ben Klin has been elected as a new director for the Libby Video Club. He brings a wonderful knowledge of technology and business to the table, not to mention that his father, Rick Klin has been on the board for several years!
KPAX has removed CW (8.2) and replaced it with MTN a Spricpt affiliate. It has news and different programs. This change is beyond our control, but we hope you will enjoy it.
As you have noticed channels 11.1 & 11.2 are no longer available to us. We have known for a while that Montana PBS (KUFM 11.1) and CREATE (11.2) were changing to a different satellite and that has taken place. In order to pick them up on their new satellite, we will need to move our small middle satellite dish to a different spot at the site. Once that is done and we can get our dish targeted on their new location we will have CREATE back, but the PBS channel will be World PBS, not Montana PBS.
At this point we do not have a timeline as to when the dish will be moved.
Please remember to re-scan your TVs often as things change.
Thank you for your support and as always, stay tuned…
Dear Friends of the Libby Video Club,
You’ve probably noticed the channels changing with new programing. Just a reminder what networks the Libby Video Club can broadcast is totally dependent on what the networks put on and the capability of our equipment. We don’t know what the future holds but we will continue to broadcast whatever channels they let us.
We continue to upgrade some equipment (thanks to your generous support) and are researching the list of ‘free’ channels that we could install as current channels leave, change satellites, or go to IP. We would like to go all IP and keep the satellites as backups.
As things rapidly change we invite you to join our Libby Video Club (LVC) email group. We use this email group to send out information about changes with the TV channels. If you would like to be included, email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject line please put ‘Group email’. There is no charge and your information is not shared with anyone.
LVC is a non-profit, solely relying on donations (which are vital) to keep us broadcasting. The question comes up “How much should I donate?”. Our suggested donation is $85 annually, but we appreciate all we receive. You can mail your support to Libby Video Club (address above) or deposit your donation at First Montana Bank, Glacier Bank or Lincoln County Credit Union, all in Libby, MT.
Last year Montana Sky put an Eye Cam at the site. The picture above is what Libby looked like from there on March 5, 2022. You can get this wonderful ‘birds eye view’ of the Libby Viewing area anytime, just go to: montanasky.net/LiveCam/SheldonLiveCam.html. We thank them for sharing.
If you have any questions please feel free to call me, 406-293-1393.
Thank you and stay tuned,
The slush was at least two feet deep!
23 trees were cleared from the road that day and there were more yet to be cleared.
This is just some of the things we do to provided TV to Libby!