WNMU-TV Streams Live Programming

Among the programs available for streaming is 'L'empreinte (Footprints),' in which renowned actor Roy Dupuis dives into Quebec's history and collective identity. NMU's Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center is teaming with WNMU-TV to bring locally relevant documentaries to viewers at 9 p.m. ET on the last Friday of each month. 'L'empreinte' premiered in September, but is being streamed through Oct. 28.

WNMU-TV 13, the PBS station at Northern Michigan University, is now offering a live stream of its programming. Shows can be viewed as they air from any device at no additional cost. 

To access streaming content, visit wnmuvideo.nmu.edu and click the LIVE TV box at the top right corner of the site. Once the WNMU Livestream screen appears, click the triangular play button to begin watching. 

At this time, only live programming from the local PBS station is available. Viewers will be unable to watch the stream of WNMU-TV if they are outside of the station's geographic coverage area. For more information, visit PBS Live Streaming FAQ and Troubleshooting.

WNMU-TV content is also available on demand on all WNMU-TV-branded PBS platforms, including PBS.org and PBSKIDS.org, as well as the PBS VIDEO app and PBS KIDS Video app available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung TV and Chromecast. WNMU-TV members are also able to view an extended library of quality public television programming on demand via Passport.

For the full lineup of shows on WNMU-TV, check the schedule here.


Prepared By

Kristi Evans
News Director

Categories: Around NMU