PBS is talking with at least three entities interested in saving public television programming service in the far southern Rio Grande Valley of Texas after KMBH Harlingen is sold to a commercial buyer.
Another suitor has taken preliminary steps in the courtship of PBS affiliate KMBH Harlingen, Texas. Don Dunlap, president-GM of KEDT, the PBS outlet in Corpus Christi, says his station is “eager to explore all options” and has had “a number of conference calls” on the subject of KMBH’s proposed sale.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brownsville is negotiating the sale of KMBH Harlingen, Texas, which could end, or interrupt, public television programming in the Rio Grande Valley. But attorneys involved in the sale, as well as a diocese spokeswoman, said steps are being taken now to continue public television programming.