Welcome to Millard County’s DTV web site.The purpose of this web site is to help you understand how you can receive the new HDTV and SDTV Television signals by way of the Millard County DTV Translator Network.
On June 12, 2009 all analog television signals ceased operation for all “Primary” Broadcast Stations. (Salt Lake City Area). For the Millard County Translator network, installation at each translator site must be complete in order to begin with the new digital broadcasts. Many translator sites are already broadcasting the new DTV signals. This web site will inform viewers in the Millard County area, of a time frame when digital broadcasts will begin in their area. This web site will be updated on a regular basis.
The TV translator sites which serve Millard County communities include:
• Fillmore (Fillmore, Meadow, Kanosh and Holden)
• Garrison, Baker and Eskdale Click to see: Google Map
• Leamington (Leamington and Fool Creek) Click to see: Google Map
• Oak City (Oak City, Lynndyl, and the Delta area) Click to see: Google Map
• Scipio (Scipio Town)
What is a DTV converter box?
A DTV converter box is an easy-to-install electronic device that hooks up to your analog television set and over-the-air antenna. The box converts the digital television signal into analog making it viewable on your analog TV. After a simple initial setup, your viewing will continue just as before, except you will have three KPTS channels instead of one. Converter boxes are expected to cost between $50 and $90.