Iowa PBS to Launch Iowa PBS Create How-To Channel

Do you love how-to and DIY shows? So does IPTV! Beginning December 1, 2017, IPTV is launching IPTV Create on their new dot four subchannel. Viewers will enjoy an entire station dedicated to their favorite cooking, arts and crafts, gardening, home improvement and travel programs. 

IPTV Create (.4) will offer foodies, armchair travelers, home-improvement buffs and budding artists the best of public television’s how-to shows, including Iowa Ingredient and Iowa Outdoors, Rick Steves’ Europe and This Old House, Martha Bakes and Garden Smart. These educational and entertaining programs reflect IPTV’s mission by promoting life-long learning and providing viewers with ideas and inspiration to enrich their lives. 

Viewers who watch television with an antenna will need to rescan their television to find IPTV Create (.4). Mediacom will continue to carry it on channel 118. Cable subscribers with other companies should check their channel guide. Tune in and be inspired to taste, grow, imagine, explore and live more fully with IPTV Create (.4). 

IPTV Learns (.2) currently carries Create programming, but shares evening and weekend time with PBS KIDS shows. The new IPTV KIDS channel, featuring a full schedule of children’s favorite PBS KIDS programs and IPTV KIDS Clubhouse, will be on IPTV’s dot two subchannel beginning December 1. It will also be available as a live stream on and through the free PBS KIDS Video App

For more ways to watch, how to rescan your television and more, read through our FAQ

Cornerstone support for the establishment of the IPTV KIDS channel and IPTV’s 24/7 PBS KIDS live stream has been provided by: Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines; Carol Lea and John Cotton; W.K. Kellogg Foundation; Lohse Family Foundation Fund; and the O’Halloran Family Foundation Fund.