March 11, 2010
NASA TV Media Channel Provides Clean Feeds for News Organizations
NASA Television provides a standard digital television channel as a resource for news media. The NASA Television media channel provides feeds of the agency's news, briefings and conferences, daily video files from around the agency, expendable vehicle launches, and the only available feeds of space shuttle mission coverage that contain only mission audio and natural sound.
Media organizations, producers and reporters are reminded the only way to receive a clean feed of shuttle launches, in-flight events and landings, and International Space Station mission coverage is to tune satellite receivers to the NASA Television media channel, program 103.
The NASA TV public channel may include produced programming and should not be relied upon for clean feeds of space shuttle launches, mission coverage and other agency activities.
For NASA TV downlink, schedule and streaming video information, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/ntv