TWC improves WRAL-TV reception
Posted January 3
Updated January 5
Time Warner Cable is changing the frequency on which it sends the signal for WRAL-TV and Fox 50, a move expected to improve reception for viewers who have seen interference on those channels in recent months.
Most viewers won't see any difference. Those who watch WRAL and Fox 50 via antenna, satellite or another cable system are not affected. Time Warner Cable will automatically update the frequency for customers with a cable box.
Only those with televisions connected directly to their cable without a box need to take action.
WHO: If your Time Warner Cable is run direct to your television
WHEN: The change is set to take effect early Tuesday.
HOW: Take these steps to adjust the frequency:
- Turn on the television.
- Press the menu button on your remote.
- Look for a "channel search" or "auto program" function in the settings, which will allow you rescan your channels.
- Run the rescan until it's done.
- That's it!
You should find that WRAL-TV and Fox 50 come in much more clearly after this move.