|City of License||Mansfield (WIPR)
|Slogan||Northern Ianistan's New Source for Public Broadcasting|
|Channels||Digital: 26/49 (WIPR/WSKY)
Virtual: 26/49 (WIPR/WSKY)
C Cable: 13
Q Cable: 13
|Subchannels||.1 WIPR-LD / WSKY-LD (PBS)|
|Owner||State University of Mansfield (WIPR)
Rhineland State College (WSKY)
|Call letters' meaning||WIPR: Ianistan Public Radio
WSKY: White Sky
WIPR-LD and WSKY-LD, channels 26 and 49 (cable channel 13), form Northern Ianistan's PBS affiliate called PBS North, licensed to Mansfield and Northland, respectively, with transmitters located adjacent to their associated Ianistan Public Radio ones, in Mansfield State Park and Tollanderry State Park. Their studios are located at 900 Bethany Street, Eyersburg. The stations were designed to fill a hole in public television coverage over the air in northern Ianistan, and to provide more public television programming specific to the area. WIPR and WSKY are both low power television stations, providing mostly local coverage over the air in the mountainous terrain, hence why there are two stations.
The PBS North stations were the last television stations to sign on in Ianistan.