FOX 17 Builds New Translator In Battle Creek

FOX 17 Builds New Translator In Battle Creek

Today FOX 17 announced that they have built a new translator in Battle Creek.

This new translator will amplify their over-the-air signal in the Battle Creek area, making it easier to access their station, and making their signal more reliable.

FOX 17 advises viewers to rescan their televisions or convertor box in order to access this new signal. Viewers can refer to their owner’s manual for more detailed instructions. This does not affect cable or satellite TV customers.

“Battle Creek is an integral part of West Michigan,” said David Honeywell, Director of Technology at FOX 17. “We are proud to add this equipment as part of our continued effort to bring news, entertainment and emergency information to the Battle Creek area.”


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Travis Henkaline