|Channels||Analog: 3 Time Warner Cable|
Digital: 99 AT&T U-verse
|Owner||City of Rialto|
|Former callsigns||KRTO (1991-2012)|
Rialto Network is a Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable tv station based in Rialto, California. The station was created in 1991 as KRTO (KRiaTO) and in 2012 the station was renamed Rialto Network. Rialto Network is located in the Civic Center at 150 South Palm Avenue and the station is cablecast daily on Time Warner Cable Channels 3 and on AT&T U-verse Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable tv Channel 99.
Rialto Network is powered by the Tightrope Media Systems. Tightrope Media Systems is a digital media company that develops broadcast solutions for multiple platforms including television, over-the-top content, Internet streaming, and mobile devices.
On January 24, 2012 the Rialto City Council Approved the New Name and Logo change from KRTO to Rialto Network. 
Recent published articles[edit | edit source]
- Rialto's own channel receives facelift. Rialto Record. 2 February 2012
- San Bernardino Sun. 10 September 2007
- KRTO Channel 3 Becomes Affiliate of TelVue. The Press-Enterprise. 19 March 2007
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