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Satellite & DTV Transition questions

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Viewers with questions regarding satellite waivers: (509) 448-4668.
As of March 28, 2007, KHQ is available on HD on DirecTV and Dish.  Inquiries about how to receive KHQ in HD should be made to 1-800-DIRECTV. 

 

DTV Transition:

If you have questions about DTV transition you can visit the following site DTVanswers.com.
It is the official web site of the National Association of Broadcasters' digital television (DTV) transition.  It was launched in January 2007 with the mission of ensuring that no consumer is left unprepared due to lack of information about the Feb. 17, 2009, federally mandated transition from analog to digital broadcasting.

KHQ TV has ended analog broadcasting and has converted to full time DTV.

The audio portion of KHQ's television signal, found for years at 87.7FM, is now off-the-air.  For years this was the audio portion of KHQ's analog television signal.  With the Federally mandated shutoff of our analog television signal, the associated TV audio on the low end of the FM dial has gone away.  KHQ continues to look for other alternatives for getting our TV audio back on the FM dial, but at this time there are no plans set.

For more information: http://www.khq.com/DTV

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  • Questions, Comments about DTV

    As required by the federal government, KHQ ended analog broadcasting and converted to full-time DTV.  If you have a question or concern about the transition to DTV, please let us know by filling out the form below.

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