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The Open Media Network (OMN) uses peer-to-peer technology to distribute high-bandwidth content, resulting in faster downloads and saving KWSU/KTNW valuable broadband dollars. OMN provides free internet delivery of high quality, educational, and socially conscientious video and audio programming.
 
Below are links to download particular shows by KWSU/KTNW. The first time you click on one of these links you will be invited to install the free player. The program you requested will begin delivery once the OMN client is installed. When delivery is complete you can view it, stop it, view it later, or again and again, later.
 
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Several other KWSU/KTNW series are available on OMN, as well. To access a complete archive of KWSU/KTNW content on OMN, download the OMN player and search for "KWSU" in "All Fields" under the Guide tab. After downloading your selected kWSU programming use your OMN client to browse for other video used in public broadcasting, film festivals, and educational settings.
Just A Minute Logo Just A Minute
Travel throughout Washington State with Lucy Luginbill in the program Just A Minute. You'll see heart-warming stories about "real" people, unique animals and places you'd like to visit. Each program is designed to tell a story that will brighten your day. So just click on the program you want to see. It'll only take "just a minute"...or two.
Junk Castle
In the Palouse, you'll find more than tractors. There's a castle that makes recycling your garbage look like child's play.
 
Toppenish Murals
This is a town where the West still lives, thanks to a community that aimed high to create a new image.
 
Banjo
This dog has a wardrobe that anyone would envy. Banjo is a Golden Retriever dressed for a purpose that touches lives.
 
Boxing
At-risk teens participate at the Columbia Basin Boxing Club where they learn more than how to box.
 
Hanford Reach
This scenic area is one of the few remaining brush-steppes in Washington State where the only free-flowing section of the Columbia River exists. The Reach holds unique flora and fauna which has flourished as a result of Federal protection for over fifty years.
 
O'Henry's
There are stars who grace the walls of this Kennewick deli. Surprisingly enough, the biggest stars are the hometown folk.
 
Care Closet
Volunteers at the Tri-Cities Pregnancy Center create baby layettes for families in need.
 
Girl's Ice Hockey
It takes more than macho to be on this Tri-Cities team. Girls learn to play hockey as one of only five teams in Washington state.
 
Maryhill Museum
Built by entrepreneur Sam Hill, this mansion is the major cultural resource in the Columbia River Gorge.
 
Ostriches
A visit to an ostrich ranch shows these big birds up close.
 
Bruce House
This old Waitsburg home has been restored to its former elegance without any State or Federal funds. As a result of the strong community spirit, the mansion is now a museum filled with memorabilia of the Touchet Valley.
 
Miniature Horse
An award-winning horse and unconventional pet is featured in this entertaining piece.
 
Murals
Youth contribute to the community through artistic endeavors to combat graffitti.
 
Ballooning-Family
Family and friends join together at the Walla Walla Balloon Stampede to launch their balloon.
 
Dog House
A pet owner's project makes this basset hound the attraction of the neighborhood in Othello.
 
Roses
A local rose enthusiast contributes his time to public gardens as well as his own.
 
Magician
A local senior citizen devotes his time to serving others through volunteerism and his magic skills.
 
The Round Barn
A restored round barn near Pullman, Washington, is a reminder of yesterday. Today the barn holds many special memories.
 
Franklin County Courthouse
This majestic courthouse once had high hopes of being the capitol of Washington state.
 
Watkinsville
Built by a retired sheriff and history buff, this miniature town brings the Old West alive for visitors.
 
Iris Garden
Well-tended fields hold more than 2,500 varieties of iris. Their beauty brings visitors each spring to this lovely area in the hills of St. John, Washington.
 
Steel Drum Bands
Calypso music has kids hearing the beat of success. They're finding that with hard work and dedication they can make beautiful music together on the steel drums.
 
Garden Train
Model trains in a backyard garden travel through a place that looks like paradise.
 
Historic Quilts
A quilter has found that quilting is a good way to preserve history. She?s stitched up the facts on family and other local history.
 
Victorian Tea
A touch of elegance can be found in the most unexpected places. Visitors to St. John, Washington discover a Victorian Tea that serves delicious teas and pastries, plus special memories too.
 
Palouse Falls
A dramatic landscape carved by the Missoula Floods, provides a surprising oasis in the middle of the Palouse in Washington State.
 
Dinosaurs
Discover user-friendly dinosaurs that helped keep a community from becoming extinct.
 
Tri-Cities Chaplaincy
The Tri-Cities Chaplaincy is an example of faith in action. It has been recognized nationally as an inspiration of what volunteerism can accomplish.
 
Fiber Mosaics
This artist went from a cottage industry in her home to an international business, while still weaving priorities into her life.