PBS GUAM (KGTF) maintains a Public Inspection File at our Mangilao office with information about the station’s operation. Public File documents are also available below. From time to time we will update this page with the latest information about our operations. Please contact us for additional information. Most reports and documents are available for download in Adobe Acrobat format.
Open Meeting Notices
Local Content and Service Report
Staffing Pattern GovGuam/CSG
Equal Employment Opportunity Report
Biennial Ownership Report Citizen Centric Report
Audit Financial Report
Technical Information and Closed Captioning Adobe® Reader® is a free download. Click on the icon above to go to the Adobe website. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print PDF files. If you need to download the software, follow the easy steps below. Once you have downloaded and installed the software, you are ready to read PDF files. (Note: You may have to run the Acrobat Reader from your program manager once before it allows you to read the PDF files from web pages.) If you wish to print a PDF document, press the Acrobat Reader’s “Print” button. (Do NOT use your web browser’s “Print” command.) Your printed copy will have the same formatting as the original document. Technical Information PBS GUAM (TV) operates on an assigned frequency of 204-210 megahertz with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 54.7 kilowatts and has a 157 ft. AGL (Above Ground Level) tower with appurtenances (i.e., the top-mounted six-bay Jampro batwing antenna). PBS GUAM (DT) remote transmitter, tower, is located at South Sabana Dr., Barrigada Heights , GUAM and the business office is located in the municipality of Mangilao, Guam.. If you have any questions regarding our technical information, please contact us. About Closed Captioning Closed Captioning is a service which allows persons with hearing disabilities to read dialogue or the audio portion of a video, film or other presentation on the television screen. If you would like to learn more about Closed Captioning, visit FCC.gov. If you have questions or technical issues regarding Closed Captioning, please contact us.