FOX New Mexico is now on 13-2 for over-the-air viewers. If you get TV via an antenna, rescan.
If you get FOX from a provider, see info for Xfinity/Comcast, DISH, DirecTV here »
FOX New Mexico has moved to 13-2 (For KBIM it is 10-2. For KREZ it is 6-2). If you get TV over-the-air, conduct a rescan of your digital channels, you’ll be surprised to find there are a lot of new digital programming available plus, you’ll now see FOX New Mexico in its new location on 13-2. If you get FOX from a cable or satellite provider, you do not need to do anything. Providers will have FOX in their line-up:
Frequently Asked Questions
Clicking a link will scroll the page to the relevant section. This FAQ was updated with new information January 23, 2017 10:15am.
- Why is FOX New Mexico moving?
- When does the switch over occur?
- What is 13-2?
- I get TV via an antenna, what do I do?
- I get KBIM 10, where can I find FOX New Mexico?
- I get KREZ 6, where can I find FOX New Mexico?
- What if I can’t find FOX New Mexico on my programming guide?
- I get TV from a provider such as DIRECTV, DISH, Cable, what do I do?
- What will be on KASA?
- What happens to GetTV, Cozi and ION*?
- After the switch, how will channels work for KRQE, KBIM, KREQ, KWBQ and KASY?
- Will FOX New Mexico be broadcasted in HD?
- How do I get Channel 50 and 19 in Hobbs?
- Where can I see the programming guide for FOX New Mexico? [new page]
- Got a question? Submit it here
Why is Fox New Mexico moving?
Our station was recently purchased by the Nexstar Broadcasting Group. Due to the ownership change, the FCC required the new buyers to divest KASA. But we were fortunate to only have to sell the call letters and the channel position. We kept our FOX affiliation and all our great people and programming that viewers are familiar with.
When does the switch over occur?
Tuesday, January 17 (going into Wednesday, January 18) at 12:00 AM 2017
What is 13-2?
An Over-The-Air Signal Only
A digital sub channel is an extra broadcast signals that overlap the main signal. An even easier way to understand subchannels is to think of them as people sharing the same car on the way to work. Just like a car, a signal can carry more than one sub channel. In this instance, if you get TV via an antenna, KRQE-TV (CBS) will be broadcast on channel 13-1 and Fox New Mexico will be broadcast on 13-2.
I get TV via an antenna, what do I do?
Run the “scan” (or auto program) function on your converter box or digital television set, usually on the remote control, labeled “SET-UP” or “MENU” or some similar term.
- Go to MENU (or HOME on some remotes)
- Go to Channels (or Settings and then Channels for some remotes)
- Go to the rescan or scan option, which could be called one of the following:
- Auto scan
- Auto search
- Auto program
- Channel search
- Select that option and it will take about 5 minutes to rescan the channels and add 13-2 to the list
Remotes are all different based on the many different models of TVs, if none of these steps appear on the remote, try searching Google for your TV Brand & Model and download the user’s manual.
Consult the owner’s manual for more detailed instructions on how to run a channel scan.
Once the scan is complete, you should be receiving digital channels through your antenna.
I get KBIM 10, where can I find FOX New Mexico?
- 10-1 CBS
- 10-2 FOX
FOX New Mexico for These Areas
- Ch. 49 Clovis, New Mexico (K49BY-D FOX New Mexico)
- Ch. 16 Ruidoso, New Mexico (K16BZ-D FOX New Mexico)
- Ch. 20 Dora, New Mexico (K20KT-D FOX New Mexico)
- Ch. 49 Alamogordo, New Mexico (K49FX-D FOX New Mexico)
I get KREZ 6, where can I find FOX New Mexico?
- 6-1 CBS
- 6-2 FOX
FOX New Mexico for These Areas
- Ch. 8 Vallecito, Colorado (K08ET-D FOX New Mexico)
- Ch. 42 Bayfield & Ignacio, Colorado (K42DI-D FOX New Mexico)
- Ch. 45 Romeo, Etc., Colorado (K45GD-D FOX New Mexico)
- Ch. 29 Farmington, New Mexico (K29HR-D FOX New Mexico)
I get TV from a provider, such as DIRECTV, DISH, Cable, what do I do?
Please note: some providers may not have updated their programming guide. On these providers, you can find FOX New Mexico on these channels:
- Xfinity/Comcast Subscribers: FOX programming is airing on Channel 2/213.The providers programming guide is correct (FOX NM).
- DISH Subscribers: FOX programming is airing on Channel 2. The providers programming guide is correct (FOX 002-00 KRQE2 HD).
- DirecTV Subscribers: FOX programming is airing on Channel 16. The providers programming guide is correct (FOX).
- Cable One: FOX programming is airing on Channel 2 and 1002.
What will be on KASA?
The local affiliate for the Spanish language network Telemundo.
What happens to GetTV, Cozi and ION*?
- GetTV moves to channel KASY 50-3
- Cozi moves to channel 50-4
- ION moves to channel 19-4
*Please note, these channels are not available outside the Albuquerque Metro area.
After the switch, how will the channels work?
- 13-1 CBS
- 13-2 FOX (moves from KASA 2-1)
- 10-1 CBS
- 10-2 FOX (moves from KASA 2-1)
- 6-1 CBS
- 6-2 FOX (moves from KASA 2-1)
- 19-1 CW
- 19-2 Grit
- 19-3 Laugh
- 19-4 ION (moves from the 2-3 on KASA)
- 50-1 MY50TV
- 50-2 Escape
- 50-3 Get TV (moves from the 13-2 on KRQE)
- 50-4 COZI TV (moves from 2-2 on KASA)
Will FOX New Mexico be broadcasted in HD??
How do I get Channel 50 and 19 in Hobbs?
Unfortunately both KASY (My50) and KWBQ (New Mexico’s CW) are analog signals and are only available in Alamogordo and Roswell. If you happen to have a TV subscription to satellite or cable, however, you WILL receive both channel 50 and 19 with all their digital sub-channels.
Where can I see the programming guide for FOX New Mexico?