Antenna viewers in the Greater Clarks Summit Area will need to rescan their televisions to watch WVIA-TV | WVIA

Antenna viewers in the Greater Clarks Summit Area will need to rescan their televisions to watch WVIA-TV

Posted by WVIA Admin on

Beginning on October 4 2018, WVIA has resumed broadcast on the translator in Clarks Summit Pennsylvania, which originally went off of the air in May due to the FCC spectrum repack. Viewers who watch WVIA television on antenna in the greater Clarks Summit area and parts of Scranton will need to rescan their television sets to once again view WVIA. For information on how to rescan your television please visit www.TVAnswers.org. 

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