Alpine Communications is pleased to announce that additional games will be available for the Iowa state high school baseball tournament on FusionTV’s Iowa High School Sports Network (IHSSN) – channels 1061 and 1461 (HD). Monday, July 26: 1A QF – Carroll, IA Grundy Center (8) vs. Remsen St. Mary’s (1) – 11:00 a.m. New London […]
Scripps Networks recently acquired ION Media and decided to close down the operations of two ION Media multicasts: ION Plus and Qubo, effective February 26, 2021. To provide quality programming, Scripps Networks is transitioning the programming on ION Plus and Qubo. KPXR 48.2 Channel 1042 Qubo was replaced with Grit Grit is a new network […]
Effective January 1, 2021, Sinclair Broadcast Group became the primary Fox affiliate for the Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City & Dubuque DMA. Subsequently, Sinclair changed the following networks: KGAN 2.2 GetTV – Moved from channel 1002 to 1003 KGAN 2.3 Comet TV – Discontinued by Sinclair Broadcasting Group KFXA Fox – Fox is currently simulcasting on channels […]
Alpine Communications is pleased to announce the launch of our all-new 100% fiber-optic Fusion Network to select areas of rural McGregor, Iowa. Once activated on the new Fusion Network, current Internet customers can look forward to receiving increased Internet speeds at no extra charge. FusionTV is now available to rural customers because of Fusion fiber-optics. […]
Alpine Communications is pleased to announce the launch of our all-new 100% fiber-optic Fusion Network to all homes and businesses within the city limits of Marquette and the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood of McGregor. Once activated on the new Fusion Network, current Internet customers can look forward to receiving increased Internet speeds at no extra charge. […]
On Monday, September 12 at 2:00 p.m. CW will move to channel 18 and CW HD will move to channel 418. THIS-TV will move to channel 11. Please contact us at (563) 245-4000 if you have questions about these changes to your channel lineup.
If your TV picture momentarily turns snowy or blurry, it’s probably from a sun outage. This natural phenomenon occurs twice a year, in the spring and fall. During these brief “eclipse” periods — when the receive antenna on the earth, the satellite, and the sun are in direct alignment — the sun’s focused “noise” energy […]