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Lonnie is a Broadcast Engineer working with Apple Valley TV since 1985. He is the Executive Director/Engineer and Jack-of-all trades of KWCC-LD and of Apple Valley TV.  Lonnie's expertise is Broadcast Engineering. He is also a seasoned computer programmer, equipment creator and modifier, and an expert broadcaster, which involves installing equipment at sites and for local events including the sound, the lighting and monitoring of event productions. He has many years of experience in small and large market Radio and Television.Lonnie built our Wenatchee Valley Community TV in 1989 in the attic of his home. Slowly but surely he made it grow into what we have today as a first class broadcast facility and studio. Lonnie still continues to contract his services with many local and regional broadcast services.

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 Physical Address
Apple Valley TV
205 First Street
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Fax  509-423-7491
 Mailing Address
Apple Valley TV
P.O. Box 582
Wenatchee, WA 98807
Fax  509-423-7491

                                                                 Executive Director/Engineer

Office Hours:
Directors & Advisors:
                                                   Max (Mick)Tyrrell                              
                                                   John Nimmo
                                                   Chris Hansen 
                                                   Edna Nimmo
Bill Pratt                                 Marlena La Paz-AARP 
Buford Howell                        
NTA (National Translator Association)
NAB (National Association of Broadcasters)
WSAB  (Washington State Association of Broadcasters)
NTIA (Natuional Telecommunications & Information Admin)
NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Broadcast Equipment:
Larcan USA  (Broadcast Transmitters and Encoders)
Kathrein Scala USA (Broadcast Antenna's and Hardware)
DX Engineering USA (Tower and Hardware, Misc Supplies)
Hutton Communications USA (Cable, Connectors, Misc.)
FCC  (Federal Communications Commission)          

19.3% of homes are OTA TV, up from 17.8% a year ago...59.7 million  viewers are broadcast TV-reliant, led by minorities, younger adults,   seniors, and families of lower incomes.         


WASHINGTON, D.C.– New research from GfK Media & Entertainment  shows that the estimated number of Americans now relying exclusively on over-the-air (OTA) television broadcasting increased to 59.7 million, up from 54 million just a year ago. The percentage of TV households currently OTA reliant has now grown from 14% in 2010 to 19.3% in the current survey, a 38% increase in just four years. The recently completed survey also found that the demographics of broadcast-only households continue to skew toward younger adults, minorities, seniors and lower-income families.

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday
Closed all holidays
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