How Can I Watch News Channel Nebraska?
Five ways to get Southeast Nebraska’s new over-the-air TV stations!
News Channel Nebraska – 21.1 & WeatherNation – 21.2
Thank you for watching News Channel Nebraska (NCN) Channel 21 in the Beatrice area. We serve a very large geographic area and there are multiple ways to watch NCN21. We’ll make it simple for you to connect with us to catch up with the latest news, weather, information and sports.
1. Watch NCN with an Over-the-Air antenna:
In the immediate Beatrice area, you can get us in High Definition over-the-air on Channel 21. All you need is an antenna that connects with a TV made after 2009. If your TV is older than 2009, you’ll need a digital converter which you can buy at an electronics store. After your TV is hooked up to an antenna you need to auto-tune your TV. Now that we have digital TV everywhere, auto-tuning means that you tell your TV to go out and find the digital channels that your antenna can pick up over-the-air. For directions click this link: GET FREE TV
2. DishNetwork (with the additional one-time purchase of a USB Digital Over-the-Air Tuner)
3. Roku Streaming Stick
Search NCN21 or the code CHHG5ZM on Roku
4. Cable TV Options:
Including the towns of Syracuse, York, Wilber, Ceresco, Chester, Clay Center, Deshler, Grand Island, Gretna, Malcolm, Nelson, Peru, Syracuse, Valparaiso, Western, Bennett, Bruning, Cass County (rural areas), Clatonia, Cook, Davenport, DeWitt, Dorchester, Eagle, Edgar, Elkhorn, Elmwood, Exeter, Fairfield, Friend, Geneva, Hallam, Harvard, Hickman, Johnson, McCool Junction, Milford, Milligan, Murdock, Murray, Nemaha County, Palmyra, Pleasant Dale, Plymouth, Shickley, Sterling, Sutton, Unadilla, Utica, Valley, Waco, Waterloo, Weeping Water, and Wymore
Diode Cable – Diller, Odell, and Hebron
*MAY HAVE TO RESCAN FOR CHANNEL 21.1 TO APPEAR
Including the towns of Axtell, Beattie, Centralia, Frankfort, Hanover, Home, Linn, Marysville, Oketo, Onaga, Palmer, Summerfield, Washington, Waterville, Westmoreland, and Wheaton
5. Watch NCN on your computer or phone during live events: