Where to Watch 30 Odd Minutes

30 Odd Minutes broadcasts EVERYWHERE -- there is no escaping the Mother Ship's powerful transmissions. We currently reach over 9.7 million homes in 31 U.S. states, plus the U.K. and Ireland, and we receive over 35,000 downloads per month, and thousands of on-demand episode views each month on our Web site. The following is a list of broadcast outlets that carry 30 Odd Minutes. If you would also like to carry the show for free, please see our public/cable access page. We also welcome other Web sites who want to embed our previous episodes.

ABMI Channel 8 - Bellingham and Mendon, Massachusetts (our home base) - The show is streamed live on their Web site and played regularly on their cable system.

PegMedia.org - If you're a public, educational, or government (PEG) television station, you can download full-resolution episodes of 30 Odd Minutes for free from this media exchange Web site.

Edge Media - Channel 200 "Controversial TV" on the Sky Platform in the United Kingdom and Ireland

RCN TV - Lehigh Valley and Delaware County areas of Eastern Pennsylvania

BCTV-13 - Bourne, Massachusetts

Missoula Community Access Television - Missoula, Montana

HCTV Corp - All of Fairfax County and part of Loudoun County, Virginia

UPUBLIC TV - New Mexico

KCAT TV 15 - Los Gtos, Monte Serno, California

Howard Community College Television - Columbia, Laurel, Ellicott City, Elkridge, Clarksville, Woodbine, Lisbon, Maryland

South Portland Community TV - South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Hudson Community Television - Hudson, New Hampshire

PTV Online - Youngstown/Warren, Ohio

ACCtv - Carson City, Dayton, Nevada

LCTV - Alna, Bristol, Damariscotta, Dresden, Edgecomb, Newcastle, Nobleboro, Waldoboro, Westport Island, and Wiscasset, Maine

Cheshire TV - Keene, Marlborough, and Swanzey, New Hampshire

Johnson County Community College - Overland Park, Olathe, Lenexa, Shawnee, Shawnee Mission, Mission, and Prairie Village, Kansas

Yellow Springs Community Access - Yellow Springs, Ohio

Lake County Peg TV - Lakeport, Middletown, Clearlake, Kelseyville, and Lucerne California

Phippsburg Cable Television - Phippsburg, Maine

Lowell Area Public Access Channel - Lowell, Michigan

Windsor Community Television - Windsor, Connecticut

KGOV2 - Kokomo, Greentown, and Russiaville, Indiana

Washington County Community Television - Addison, Beal's Island, Bucks Harbor, Cherryfield Cutler Dennysville East Machias, Eastport Edmunds Gouldsboro Jacksonville Jonesport Lubec Machias Machiasport Marshfield Milbridge Pembroke Perry Roque Bluffs, Whiting Whitneyville, and Winter Harbor, Maine

Urbana Public Television - Urbana, Champaign, St. Joe, Philo, Ogden, Savoy, and Bondville, Illinois

Herndon Community Television - Herndon, Virginia

NLTV - North Liberty, Iowa

Huntington Community Public Access Television - Huntington, West Virginia

K-State TV - Manhattan, Ogden, Junction City, Fort Riley, and Wamego, Kansas

WRCT - York, Pennsylvania

Artesia's Channel 6 - Artesia, New Mexico

HCC-TV - (Channel 96 on Comcast and 41 on Verizon) Columbia, Maryland

SCAN TV (Channel 77 on Comcast and 23 on Broadstripe) - Seattle/King County, Washington

ACCESS 15 TV - Clinton, South Carolina

Access Television (Channel 8) - Fergus Falls, Minnesota

Old Rochester Community Television - Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester, Massachusetts

ANCHOR TV - Rhode Island College, Rhode Island

Watertown Community Access Television - Watertown, Massachusetts

Manchester Community Access Media Television - Manchester, New Hampshire

Falls Area Community TV - Bellows Falls, Grafton, Westminster, Rockingham, and Saxtons River, Vermont

Lincoln County Television - Lincoln County, Maine

Wareham Community Television - Wareham, Massachusetts - Sponsored by Carlston "Chops" Wood.

Upton Cable Access Channel - Upton, Massachusetts.

East Bridgewater Community Television - East Bridgewater, Massachusetts - Sponsored by Anne Kerrigan.

Community Vision 21 - Newtown, Connecticut

iTunes - Our previous episodes are available through iTunes for free. Meaning the massive iTunes audience also has access to our show. Download some episodes to your iPod today!

30 Odd Minutes - Our own Web site carries the live stream during filming and offers free access to the show's archives.

Ghostvillage.com - The Web's most popular ghostly destination carries the archives on its homepage and in its Features section.

JeffBelanger.com - The host of 30 Odd Minutes carries the archives on his personal Web site's homepage and blog.

MySpace.com - The popular social networking site hosts our archived shows allowing visitors to add the video to their pages, post bulletins, or embed the video in their personal Web sites. MySPace is a kep partner in making 30 Odd Minutes viral over the Internet.

Podcast Alley - Our previous episodes are available through Podcast Alley for free.