|Ear Falls, Ontario|
|Channels||Analog: 2 (VHF)|
|Owner||Ear Falls TV Committee|
|Last air date||January 2012|
|Call letters' meaning||Community Independent EaR Falls|
|Transmitter power||10 watts (analog)|
CIER-TV was a low-power community television station in Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada, which began broadcasting in the early 1980s. The station was licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission before 1984.
CIER-TV was owned and operated by a local television broadcaster, Ear Falls TV Committee, who also rebroadcasts a small selection of broadcast and cable channels via low-powered VHF/UHF translators. The station aired two hours per week of local programming, such as locally produced programming, news events and community updates, township council meetings, interviews, tournaments, and recreational activities.
- CRTC Decision 1984-84
- CRTC Decision 1985-436
- CRTC Decision 2012-62
- Query the REC's Canadian station database for Ear Falls, Ontario
- Per channel listings at zap2it.com, post code: "P0V 1T0"; listings have a "local programming" channel allocated in Ear Falls to cable channel 8.