If you currently use an antenna and live in the Yosemite, Mariposa, Merced County (all cities and towns) we need you to check channels 16.3 and 32.3 and let us know if you receive either channels or both and how well reception is…

press-release-guide-image (1)MERCED COUNTY, CA – In 2013 homes with an antenna receiving free digital TV channels rose increased 7% from 2012 with a total of 21.5 million households nationwide. And with cable prices over $100 per month, that could mean a savings of over $1,200 per month. And with most households watching ony about
Eric Smith, an analyst with Strategy Analytics said  that the use of antennas is expected to “rise at a decent pace” and that’s because people are getting more and more of their TV entertainment content including news for free or at greatly reduced prices from Net TV services like Hulu and Netflix. Smart TV and streaming media players such as Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV have helped round out a total TV experience when coupled with free local HDTV Digital  Channels.
So you want your ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS and Univision? Well, you can also get those free just like Americans have since broadcast TV began. Go to and type in your zip code to find out which stations you can get and at what strength. This will help you to decide which type of HDTV antenna you should get. There are many options to choose from including Winegard Flatwave HDTV antennas.
But you just can’t get reception no matter what you’ve tried? Well as long as you have internet service you’ll have access to free TV like the channel below on Cocola Broadcasting. And this is how Merced County’s TV Station will air; through TV, desktop computer, iPad or other tablets and Smart Phone (1)
We are looking for your content to help fill Merced’s local channel so writers, producers, and all those great short and long form productions that are just sitting there after all of your hard work, this could be that opportunity to share your work with a very large audience that even that spans the entire world. But MCNTV does not plan on stopping there. We will develop and produce a solid, professional news and information program that Merced County, Mariposa, Yosemite, Chowchilla and Madera can count own for locally focused stories on crime, politics, sports, weather, traffic, consumer affairs, agriculture reports, and much more!

Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

%d bloggers like this: