A scam email is going around to some 3 Rivers customers with the subject line “Quarantined” regarding their email settings. THIS IS A SCAM AND IS NOT FROM 3 RIVERS! 3 Rivers will never send an email like this to our customers. Another sign that this email is a scam is in the “From” line—the email address is not 3 Rivers! Always be sure of the sender before clicking on any link included in an email.
With the Seattle Mariners MLB season starting, and the NBA (Utah Jazz) and NHL (Vegas Golden Knights) still going, there will be times over the next couple of weeks when game times will overlap on Root Sports. 3RTV has two Root Sports channels available—41/1041HD airs the main Root game, and 601 Alternate Root will carry the secondary game. Check your onscreen guide for details (or just check channel 601 when the game you want to watch is not on 41/1041HD). Below are some upcoming conflicts, with game and channel information.
Click here for live stream of the business meeting starting at 1 p.m.
Join us at the Community Hall in Fairfield on March 19 for 3 Rivers 65th Annual Meeting. Doors will open and registration begins at 11:00 a.m. with a buffet lunch served from Noon until – 1:00 p.m. when the Business Meeting begins, including the election of trustees, reports from our auditors, board president and general manager. We’ll take questions from the floor and address any new business brought before the board.
Twice a year, 3RTV viewers (and ALL TV viewers) across our area may experience brief signal pixelization, interference or momentary loss of signal as the sun passes behind various satellites providing programming feeds. This phenomenon, known as a solar outage, occurs for a few weeks in the fall and then again in the spring. This year, the outages begin around February 28 and continue through mid-March.
Wondering why your TV bill is going up? Visit TVonMySide.com and you’ll find a great resource for information about TV network negotiations and costs and their impact on your TV bill. This website is a collaborative effort of hundreds of local, independent TV providers throughout the country, including 3 Rivers’ own 3RTV service.
Twice a year, 3RTV viewers (and ALL TV viewers) across our area may experience brief signal pixelization, interference or loss of signal as the sun passes behind various satellites providing programming feeds. This phenomenon, known as a solar outage, occurs for a few weeks in the fall and then again in the spring.
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