KACV-TV OVER-THE-AIR VIEWERS MUST RE-SCAN THEIR TVs ON DEC. 14
Viewers who receive KACV-TV by antenna will have to re-scan their televisions or digital converter boxes on Dec. 14 in order to continue receiving channel 2.1 over the air, and when they do, their service and reception will improve. KACV is currently undergoing equipment upgrades that will increase the station’s power significantly—from 5,000 to 30,000 watts—taking a robust signal even into households that previously have had difficulty viewing public television. The work will be completed by Dec. 14, at which time the re-scan will be necessary. Satellite and cable viewers will have no interruption to their service. If you have any questions, please call 806-371-5222.
KACV-TV is viewer-supported, commercial-free public television that educates, informs, inspires and connects the people of the Texas Panhandle. As a trusted media destination, KACV tells the stories of our region and encourages exploration of our world. KACV is available on channel 2.1 and Suddenlink cable channel 3 and 103. In extending the mission of public television, KACV also provides the people of the Panhandle with V-Me, a channel focused on quality Spanish language programming. V-Me is available on channel 2.2, Suddenlink cable channel 126.