Marc Roost, Chief Engineer of Titan Television Broadcast Group Sioux City Opco LLC, announced today that KMEG 14 and FOX 44's Digital signals are now available free and over the air in Norfolk on channels 30 and 31.
"Not only will you now get our stations in high definition, but you'll also receive our ‘D2' or ‘digital substations'over the air as well. This is a major upgrade that we've wanted to provide to the Norfolk community for some time. I'm thrilled to announce that we have finally done it."
Viewers will need to rescan using either their digital converter box or built in tuner on their HDTV to begin receiving the channels.
KMEG 14 produces three newscasts each weekday: KMEG 14 News at Sunrise, KMEG 14 Five O'clock Focus, and KMEG 14 News at Ten. KMEG 14 has been Sioux City's CBS affiliate for over 40 years, and is home to network programs such as CSI, 60 Minutes, the Amazing Race, and Two and a Half Men, as well as syndicated programs such as Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, and Rachael Ray.
FOX 44 was launched as Sioux City's FOX affiliate in 1999. Since 2006, FOX 44 has produced Siouxland's only weeknight primetime newscast, FOX 44 News at Nine. FOX 44 features network shows such as The X Factor, American Idol, Glee, So You Think You Can Dance and The Simpsons, and provides Sioux City with syndication of The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, 30 Rock, and much more.