Extremely creative and unique sci-fi features from around the world makes this one of our viewer's favorites.
Above & Beyond
NBTV’s newest show features adventure films from around the world. When accomplished cinematographers travel, they don’t come back with typical family vacation footage. See some of their works on our new anthology program.
Our original how-to show with a twist. Host Evan Attwood navigates viewers through the fun and often zany world of fandom.
Incredibly edgy features from around the world makes this NBTV original one of the most unique programs on the air.
We love horror films and we hope you'll love the horror films we show late night, every night on NBTV. Bring popcorn. And a brave friend.
Clear as a bell.
Northbay Television broadcasts its signal in full 1080 digital high definition. Our picture quality looks better than cable. It looks better than satellite. It looks better than Netflix streaming. It even looks better than DVD. In fact, we might even have the best picture of any station in the San Francisco Bay Area. We have to, because we want you to see our programs exactly as they were meant to be seen.
NBTV offers a number of interesting programs on the history of the area. Like San Francisco's original Cliff House. We also have a documentary on the 1906 quake and how it affected Santa Rosa.
House on the Hill
Northbay TV's original haunted house show. Follow the story of Vince Vandal, a has-been rock star, as he contends with his odd friends, dysfunctional staff and spirits in his haunted mansion..
Vintage movies every day on Northbay TV. Some of them are absolutely fantastic. Some of them are terrible. We'll try to give you more of the former and less of the latter.
Northbay TV, station K49KS-D channel 49 serves Santa Rosa, Windsor and Rohnert Park over the air in high-definition and Comcast cable channel 30 in standard definition. NBTV is owned and operated by Outspring Incorporated and has studios and offices located at Skylane Blvd in Santa Rosa, California.
Programs are broadcast from our transmitter at the top of the Bethlehem Tower building overlooking downtown Santa Rosa with a frequency of 680 to 686 megahertz. NBTV transmits at 1000 watts and operates on channel 49 by authority of the Federal Communications Commission.