Signal Reception Help
SIGNAL RECEPTION HELP
This page was created to help viewers receive FOX KRBK, Me-TV and MOVIES! Network, as well as answer a few frequently asked questions. If you are an over-the-air antenna viewer, and have not found FOX KRBK 49.1, Me-TV 49.2 or MOVIES! Network 49.3 on your television, please start by running a Channel Scan.
How do I Perform a Channel Scan?
Run the “scan” function on your converter box or digital television set, usually on the remote control, labeled “set-up” or “menu” or some similar term. Consult the owner’s manual for more detailed instructions on how to run a channel scan. Once the scan is complete, you should be receiving digital channels through your antenna.
What Direction do I Point my Outdoor Antenna?
We broadcast from a network of seven DTV transmitters throughout Southwest Missouri. For the most reliable signal strength, point your outdoor or attic antenna to the closest tower location to your address:
What Antenna do you Recommend?
The outdoor antenna that we have tested and recommend is the Channel Master Stealthtenna 50. There is a sticker on the antenna that says “point toward station”. It’s very important that it’s aimed in the right direction. Please let us know if you have any questions or can help you with aiming the antenna. For areas where additional signal strength is needed you will need an amplifier. We recommend the Antennas Direct ClearStream™ In-Line Amplifier.
Why am I Receiving Spanish Audio on your Broadcast?
The FOX Network broadcasts two audio channels. One designated “English” and one designed “Spanish”. If you are receiving the wrong audio, find a button labeled MTS or SAP or AUDIO or SPANISH on your remote and select the preferred audio.
If you still need help, please fill out the form below and submit it. We will respond shortly.