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KATV Service Loss Information

Following the collapse of its broadcast tower near Redfield on January 11, 2008, KATV rebuilt its facilities on Shinall Mountain in western Pulaski County. On February 20, 2009, KATV began broadcasting a full-power digital signal from its new 1,250-foot tower, bringing the beauty of digital television to many more viewers in the Natural State.

However, as a result of the move, some viewers in the southern part of our market may no longer be able to receive KATV's new signal over-the-air on digital channel 7.1.

The areas most affected include portions of the following counties:

Arkansas

Bradley

Calhoun

Clark

Cleveland

Desha

Drew

Lincoln

Monroe

Ouachita

Phillips

St. Francis

Woodruff

 

 Helpful Links

To view an updated map of KATV's coverage area, click here.

To Access the FCC Digital Reception Mapping Tool, click here.

For information on how to contact the FCC, click here. 

To view a list of Frequently Asked Questions About the Digital Transition, click here.

For information on DTV Converter Box Setup, click here.

For information on how to scan for new digital channels in your area, click here.

DTV Answers Website