After several years, the entire programming was broadcast in color.
Each of the stations began broadcasting its own programming in 1966.
Channel 16 broadcast its final programming on September 13, 1969.
This programming was broadcast on digital television and over the internet only.
It continues to broadcast local programming with community interest a priority.
It broadcasts academic programming, news analysis, music, and cultural events related to the university.
By the end of 2001 the channel started to move away from its original purpose, and moved to broadcast more recent programming.
For the first time since the channel's launch, different programming can be broadcast across the region.
Across America in 1987, there were 221 television and 1,370 radio stations broadcasting mostly religious programming.
Most of the former translator stations now broadcast other programming.