If you have been receiving CBS 8 using a DTV converter box or digital television, but you recently lost your signal, you may be able to continue receiving CBS 8 by telling your converter box or digital television to scan for digital channels. Even if you still see 8-1, 8-2, and 8-3 (or 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3, depending on your set), you will still have to re-scan for channels. Depending on your DTV converter box or television, you may also be able to enter 42 on the remote to tune to our digital signal.

With the DTV transition completion on June 12, 2009, we are now at full power of one million watts on our permanent channel as of 12:01 AM, June 13. If you are currently receiving our signal, you should not have to take any additional action to receive CBS 8, but you will need to scan for digital channels on your digital television or DTV converter box to receive some of the other stations in the market that changed channels as of June 12.

If you are unable to receive our signal now, you will need to scan for digital channels, even if 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3 are showing up on your box or TV with no picture.

 


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