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Grizzly Mountain Digital TV Information

Grizzly Mountain serves the Upper Methow Valley
from the Wolf Creek area to Lost River.

    Grizzly lineup:
  • 2.1 KREM (CBS, SD)
  • 4.1 KXLY (ABC, SD)
  • 6.1 KHQ (NBC, SD)
  • 7.1 KSPS (PBS, HD
  • 7.2 KSPS World (PBS, SD)
  • 7.3 KSPS Create (PBS, SD)
  • 7.4 KSPS Kids (PBS, SD)
  • 28.1 KAYU (FOX, HD)
  • 28.2 This TV (KAYU subchannel, SD)
Antenna Recommendations:
The Grizzly channels are transmitted in the UHF frequency range, so your antenna must include UHF capability. Antennas should be mounted as high as possible. Take into cosideration possible damage from snow.
    If you are within a mile or so AND have line-of-sight to the transmitter location above the Weeman Bridge:
  • RCA 751 (Amazon.com).

Do I need a signal "booster"?
We recommend an outdoor amplifier (aka booster) for most subscribers unless you are very close to a transmitter site and have an unobstructed view (line-of-sight).

IMPORTANT: You'll need a short (~3 ft) piece of coax cable to connect the outdoor part of the amplifier to the antenna.
For example: 3' coax from Amazon

What about the cable from the antenna to the TV?
We recommend using RG6 coax cable for better performance.

New Coverage Area
We now transmit a portion of the signal to the Wolf Creek area.

If you have questions about the conversion or if you have found additional information that we could share on this page, please contact Paul.