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Time Warner is changing the QAM frequencies of your digital simulcast signal.

Time Warner is changing the QAM frequencies of your digital simulcast signal. This change only affects those who direct connect to their digital TV without using a settop box from Time Warner Cable. The new QAM frequency is 77.4 and the change will take place March 7, 2011.

If you no longer see our channel after the 7th, rescan for channels on your TV and that should clear up the problem.

For questions contact Time Warner Cable. 1-877-594-9190

 

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