SWX Right Now

SWX Right Now (Sports and Weather Right Now) is a regional digital subchannel network broadcasting high school and college sports, and automated weather and news on Cowles Company-owned stations throughout Eastern Washington state, the Idaho Panhandle, and Montana. The channel airs over the secondary signal of Cowles' three NBC affiliated channels in Eastern Washington, including Spokane's KHQ, KNDO in Yakima and Richland's KNDU, as well as the third signal of Billings' KULR in Montana, and on most cable systems throughout the markets they serve.

Normal programming on SWX Right Now includes 3-minute weather briefs called The Weather Authority and sports segments titled Sports Right Now. Programming carried includes Gonzaga University men's basketball; local high school and college football; Spokane Chiefs hockey; Spokane Empire indoor football; and a sports commentary show from a studio located in "The Q" bar at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino in suburban Airway Heights.

SWX Right Now
SWX logo
Eastern Washington, Idaho Panhandle, & Montana
United States
BrandingSWX
SloganRight Now
ChannelsDigital: KHQ-TV 6.2
KNDO 23.3
KNDU 25.3
KULR-TV 8.2
KWYB 18.3
KWYB-LD 28.3
KFBB 5.3
KHBB-LD 21.3
KTMF 23.3
KTMF-LD 42.3
OwnerCowles Company
(KHQ, Incorporated)
First air dateAugust 30, 2008[1]
Websitewww.swxrightnow.com

Channels

City Over-the-Air Cable
Spokane 6-2 Comcast 306 (SD) Comcast 112 (HD)[2]
Coeur d'Alene 6-2 Spectrum 1245
KennewickPascoRichland 25-3 Spectrum 183
Yakima 23-3 Spectrum 183
Pullman-Moscow (ID) -- Spectrum 1245
Lewiston (ID) -- Cable One 36
Sandpoint (ID) 6-2 Northland 115
Billings (MT) 8-2 Spectrum 195
Butte (MT)Bozeman (MT) 18-3 Spectrum 199
Great Falls (MT) 5-3 Spectrum 199
Helena (MT) 18-3 Spectrum 199
Missoula (MT)Kalispell (MT) 23-3 Spectrum 199

Events

College

Local events

Local sports

Sports shows

The Mark Few Show

  • A traditional weekly's coach's program featuring Gonzaga men's basketball coach Mark Few and Greg Heister discussing the week in Zags basketball, along with team features.

Toyota's Best Doggone Zags Show

  • A detailed analysis program about Zags basketball which airs Sunday and Monday nights.

Friday Night Lights

  • An extended traditional Friday night high school sports highlights show featuring teams throughout Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Hosted by Sam Adams and Matt Rogers.

References

  1. ^ KHQ 'Zags' When Others Zig - 2009-07-25 6:00:00 | Broadcasting & Cable
  2. ^ "SWX Now In HD In The Spokane Area". SWXrightnow.com. 2014-08-15. Retrieved 2014-12-14.

External links

2011 North Dakota Fighting Sioux football team

The 2011 North Dakota Fighting Sioux football team represented the University of North Dakota in the 2011 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The Fighting Sioux were led by fourth year head coach Chris Mussman and played their home games at the Alerus Center. They are a member of the Great West Conference. This was North Dakota's final year as a member of the Great West as they became a full member of the Big Sky Conference in 2012.

They finished the season 8–3, 3–1 in Great West play and were conference co-champions, share with Cal Poly.

2011 Northern Colorado Bears football team

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Haiden Palmer

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Josh Sullivan

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KFBB-TV

KFBB-TV, virtual channel 5 (VHF digital channel 8), is a dual ABC/Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Great Falls, Montana, United States. The station is owned by the Cowles Company. KFBB's studios and transmitter are located on Old Havre Highway in Black Eagle.

KFBB-TV also operates a semi-satellite for the Helena area, KHBB-LD (virtual and UHF channel 21). Both stations offer Fox via their second digital subchannels (until 2009, only KHBB did so, as Fox programming in Great Falls was seen on KLMN). KFBB-TV is also repeated on several translators.

KHQ-TV

KHQ-TV, virtual channel 6 (UHF digital channel 15), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Spokane, Washington, United States and also serving Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The station is the flagship and namesake of The KHQ Television Group, a subsidiary of the locally based Cowles Company, which also owns The Spokesman-Review newspaper. KHQ's studios are located on West Sprague Avenue in downtown Spokane, and its transmitter is on Krell Hill southeast of Spokane. The station also operates a 24-hour sports and weather channel called SWX Right Now on digital subchannel 6.2.

On cable and satellite, the station can be seen in high definition on Comcast Xfinity channel 106 in the Spokane area, Charter Spectrum channel 1203 in the Coeur d'Alene area and the Palouse, and channel 6 (in both standard and high definition) on Dish Network and DirecTV.

The station is also carried on cable systems in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, both of which are double the size of KHQ's American coverage area. One result of this is that stations in Calgary and Edmonton air American shows on Pacific Time, even though Calgary and Edmonton are both on Mountain Time. It is one of five local Spokane area television stations seen in Canada on the Shaw Direct satellite service. It can also been seen on local cable systems in eastern British Columbia.

KNDO

KNDO, virtual channel 23 (UHF digital channel 16), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Yakima, Washington, United States. The station is owned by the Cowles Company of Spokane as part of The KHQ Television Group. KNDO's studios are located on West Yakima Avenue in downtown Yakima, and its transmitter is located on Ahtanum Ridge.

KNDO operates a semi-satellite in Richland: KNDU (channel 25), which serves the Tri-Cities area. KNDU repeats KNDO most of the day, and the two stations share a website. However, KNDU produces its own weeknight newscasts and airs separate legal identifications and commercial inserts. Master control and most internal operations for KNDO and KNDU are based at the studios of sister station and fellow NBC affiliate KHQ-TV on West Sprague Avenue in downtown Spokane.On satellite, KNDO is only available on DirecTV, while Dish Network carries KNDU instead.

KNDU

KNDU, virtual channel 25 (UHF digital channel 26), is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Richland, Washington, United States and serving the Tri-Cities (Richland/Pasco/Kennewick) area. The station is owned by the Cowles Company of Spokane as part of The KHQ Television Group. KNDU's studios are located on West Kennewick Avenue in Kennewick, and its transmitter is located on Jump Off Joe Butte.

Though identifying as a station in its own right, KNDU operates as a semi-satellite of KNDO (channel 23) in Yakima. It repeats KNDO most of the day, and the two stations share a website. However, KNDU produces its own weeknight newscasts and airs separate legal identifications and commercial inserts. Master control and most internal operations for KNDU and KNDO are based at the studios of sister station and fellow NBC affiliate KHQ-TV on West Sprague Avenue in downtown Spokane.On satellite, KNDU is only available on Dish Network, while DirecTV carries KNDO instead.

KTMF

KTMF, virtual and UHF digital channel 23, is a dual ABC/Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Missoula, Montana, United States. The station is owned by the Cowles Company. KTMF's studios are located on Stephens Avenue in Missoula, and its transmitter is located on TV Mountain north of the city.

The station's signal is rebroadcast on KTMF-LD (channel 36, PSIP 42) in Kalispell and on several other low-power translator stations in the Flathead Lake area of northwestern Montana.

KWYB

KWYB, virtual channel 18 (UHF digital channel 19), is a dual ABC/Fox-affiliated television station licensed to Butte, Montana, United States. The station is owned by the Cowles Company. KWYB's studios are located on Harrison Avenue in Butte, and its transmitter is located on XL Heights east of the city.

The station's signal is rebroadcast on low-power translators KWYB-LD (channel 28) in Bozeman and K26ON-D (channel 26) in Deer Lodge.

Kamar Jorden

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NBC Weather Plus

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SEC TV

SEC TV (formerly SEC Network) was a syndicated package featuring live broadcasts of college football and basketball events from the Southeastern Conference. It was owned and operated by ESPN Regional Television and shown in more than 50 percent of households in the United States, mostly Southeastern United States markets. SEC TV's football games typically aired in the noon eastern slot that was former home to the Jefferson-Pilot/Raycom Sports SEC game of the week. Games were shown locally on broadcast stations, regional sports networks, as well as on ESPN GamePlan, ESPN Full Court, and WatchESPN.

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SWX

SWX may refer to:

SIX Swiss Exchange (SWX Swiss Exchange) Zurich, Switzerland stock exchange (SWX)

SWX Europe, crossborder trading platform

SWX Group, conglomerate behind the SWX stock exchange

SWX Right Now, sports TV channel for varsity and collegiate sports

.swx, file format and file extension for Adobe Flash

Shakawe Airport (IATA airport code: SWX, ICAO airport code: FBSW) airport in Shakawe, Botswana

Swazi Express Airways (IATA airline code: Q4, ICAO airline code: SWX) defunct airline of Swaziland

Zuruahá language (ISO 639 language code: swx) Suruahá

Saidanwala rail station (rail code: SWX) see Ludhiana–Fazilka line

Southwest Gas (NYSE stock ticker: SWX) Las Vegas natural gas utility company

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