TVO’s Over-the-Air signal is changing in Cloyne, Tweed, Marmora and Hermon.

By TVO News - Published on May 26, 2020
Re-scan your TV sets to continue receiving TVO over the air.

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Due to government mandated transmitter updates, on June 15 TVO’s over-the-air signal coming out of our Cloyne transmitter is changing from channel 44 to channel 21 . As a result, audiences who receive TVO’s signal through antennas in this area will have to re-scan their TV sets to continue receiving TVO over the air. Some of the towns affected include Cloyne, Tweed, Marmora and Hermon.


Note: Viewers accessing TVO through cable, direct-to-home satellite and Bell Fibe will not lose service or need to re-scan their TV Sets.


To re-scan your TV set
Viewers can re-scan their televisions following these easy steps (viewers are encouraged to consult their TV manuals for model-specific details):


1.    Click “Settings” or “Menu” on the television’s remote control
2.    Go to the “Channel” tab
3.    Select the “Auto Channel Program”

This will scan the above-mentioned channels for viewers in each market and restore service. The process can take several minutes to complete.


Mandated by ISED (Innovation, Science, and Economic Development) in Canada and the Federal Communications Commission in the U.S. (FCC), this “TV channel repack” program requires broadcasters with over-the-air services to transition into a tighter spectrum to free up more spectrum for wireless carriers.

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