Great Falls, Montana


TV Stations



We found 8 TV stations broadcasting 38 digital TV channels in the Great Falls, Montana, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

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KFBB ABC Montana Great Falls, MT
CH 5VHF1.8 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • ABC5.1
  • FOX5.2
  • SWX Right Now5.3
KRTV MTN News Great Falls, MT
CH 3VHF1.8 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • CBS3.1
  • CW Plus3.2
  • Grit3.3
  • Ion3.4
  • Laff3.5
KUGF Montana PBS Great Falls, MT
CH 21UHF1.8 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS21.1
  • PBS Kids21.2
  • Create21.3
  • World21.4
  • TVMT21.5
KTGF  Great Falls, MT
CH 50UHF1.7 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • NBC50.1
  • Cozi TV50.2
  • Court TV50.3
  • Ion Mystery50.4
  • Newsy50.5
KJJC Faith & Family TV Great Falls, MT
CH 16UHF7.6 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • MeTV16.1
  • Positiv16.2
  • TBN16.3
  • Smile16.4
  • TBN Inspire16.5
KUHM Montana PBS Helena, MT
CH 10UHF51.5 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS10.1
  • PBS Kids10.2
  • Create10.3
  • World10.4
  • TVMT10.5
KXLH MTN News Helena, MT
CH 9VHF51.5 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • CBS9.1
  • Grit9.2
  • Ion Mystery9.3
  • Laff9.4
  • Newsy9.5
KTVH  Helena, MT
CH 12VHF51.5 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • NBC12.1
  • CW Plus12.2
  • Cozi TV12.3
  • Court TV12.4
  • Ion Mystery12.5

TV Stations in Great Falls, Montana

Callsign Channel Network
KUGF 21 PBS +4
KTGF 50 NBC +4
KJJC 16 MeTV +4
KUHM 10 PBS +4
KTVH 12 NBC +4
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