Digital Subchannels

We offer free over-the-air programming on our digital subchannels. In some cases, you may have to rescan your TV to access these channels. Instructions on how to do so are posted below, or reach out to our station directly for further assistance at (701) 255-5757.

Our Subchannels

5.1 = NBC
5.2 = FOX
5.3 = MeTV
5.4 = Circle TV
5.5 = Quest (coming soon)

Circle TV

Circle is a country music and lifestyle network in partnership with Opry Entertainment Group.

Among the new shows airing on the network is “Opry Live,” which will feature Grand Ole Opry performances each week beginning in February.

Circle is also bringing back “Hee Haw,” a venerable music and comedy sketch show that aired from 1971 to 1993 and from 1996 to 1997.

Circle is also available to stream on supported streaming devices, including Roku. Download it from your device's app store.

About MeTV

Me-TV features a wide range of classic television programming, some of the best programming written for television, that audiences find comfortable and engaging. Its library includes series from Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution and CBS Television Distribution as well as independent series owners and producers. Some of the comedies on Me-TV are: M*A*S*H, Cheers, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, I Love Lucy and The Bob Newhart Show. Dramas on the network include: Perry Mason, The Untouchables, The Big Valley, the original Star Trek and the original Hawaii Five-O series.

Me-TV North Dakota will also play a replay on the Evening and Night Report at 11:30pm Monday-Friday. As well as, local news and weather updates throughout the day.


When you first set up your digital TV or converter box, you must take steps to find the digital channels in your area. This process is called "scanning" or "searching for channels." In this case, your Me-TV station has moved – so y0u must “rescan” to find it.


Sometimes digital channels will change frequencies. Digital TVs and converter boxes will retain old channel locations until they are rescanned — so you must go through the scanning process again to update your TV or converter box with the new channel locations. Anytime you lose a channel (like Me-TV) that you used to receive, rescan!


Your digital TV or converter box knows how to scan. To begin scanning for channels, use your remote control and the menu function.

If you have a converter box, you need to scan for channels using the converter box remote (NOT your analog TV remote).

If you have a digital TV and no converter box, you need to scan for channels using your TV remote.
Look for the menu button on the remote and consult your digital TV or converter box owner's manual for instructions. The up/down and left/right buttons move you through the on-screen menu.

Once you start, don't press any buttons until the screen says the scan is complete. This process can take a few minutes.

Call your local cable provider and ask for Me-TV North Dakota.