Thursday, September 13, 2018

TV Translators Moved to New Frequencies

Residents that watch TV using an antenna must take action and rescan their TV or converter box to ensure that they continue to receive local TV stations.
Mesa County has finalized mandated upgrades by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to its television translator equipment. As a result, antenna TV viewers may need to do a rescan to find new local channels.

TV translators relay Grand Junction TV stations into rural communities that are unable to receive local TV signals directly and do not have access to cable services. This service is provided to keep residents informed in the event of an emergency.

Mesa County TV translators were moved to new frequencies, which means residents that watch TV using an antenna must take action and rescan their TV or converter box to ensure that they continue to receive local TV stations. (Rescanning is when a TV finds all of the available channels in the area.)

View a list of new channel lineups at https://www.mesacounty.us/facilities/tv-translator/

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