KVCR TV/FM programming will continue to originate from the station located at San Bernardino Valley College.

$157 million to be awarded to San Bernardino Community College District from FCC’s spectrum auction

SBCCD will bolster KVCR-TV’s free, on-air PBS programming for Inland Southern California

SAN BERNARDINO, CA — San Bernardino Community College District announced today that it expects to receive $157 million as a result of its voluntary participation in the Federal Communications Commission’s broadcast incentive auction to free up bandwidth for mobile and wireless providers. The proceeds reflect the FCC’s acceptance of a bid placed by the District — which holds KVCR-TV’s broadcast license — to transmit KVCR’s over-the-air TV signal over a very high frequency (VHF) channel instead of its current ultra high frequency (UHF) channel.

The District has prepared a list of frequently asked questions to help the public learn more atwww.kvcrnews.org/faq

  • Gloria Macias Harrison, Vice President
  • Donna Ferracone, Clerk
  • John Longville, Trustee
  • Frank Reyes, Trustee
  • Dr. Donald L. Singer, Trustee
  • Dr. Anne L. Viricel, Trustee
  • Pablo Machado, San Bernardino Valley College Student Trustee
  • Beverly Rapouw, Crafton Hills College Student Trustee
  • SBCCD Chancellor Bruce Baron

San Bernardino Community College District opens doors of opportunity for 20,000 students at Crafton Hills College & San Bernardino Valley College. www.sbccd.edu

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