- CPTV redirects here. It is not to be confused with Columbia Pictures Television or CBS Paramount Television.
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Network statewide broadcasts commenced in 1967 with 2 stations and 2 now defunct translators, one of which was now replaced in 1974 by WEDY channel 65 in New Haven.
The name was actually changed to Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network in 1984, due to possible confusion with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
On February 1, 2018, Connecticut Public Television began using a new logo. It now (appropriately) resembles the state of Connecticut (albeit a bit abstracted).
TV stations in Connecticut, including Hartford and New Haven