How to Watch NCN
Thank you for watching News Channel Nebraska. We serve a very large geographic area and there are multiple ways to watch NCN. We’ll make it simple for you to connect with us to catch up with the latest news, weather, information and sports.
Watch NCN on Your Local Cable System
News Channel Nebraska has been very fortunate to have the support of almost every cable system from Valentine to Jackson and from Wynot to Madison. Please know that each cable channel may feature one or all three of our channels on different channel positions.
Click to enter your zip code and choose your TV provider to see if they carry NCN.
Watch NCN on your TV with the ROKU, AppleTV or Amazon Fire App
So many homes enjoy streaming services like Netflix and HULU. News Channel Nebraska is excited to announce that we have our own Roku, AppleTV & Amazon Fire apps. This means that if you purchase a Roku streaming stick, or a smart TV with Apple or Amazon download capability, you can watch News Channel Nebraska anywhere. For instance, if you live in Arizona and would like to watch NCN, simply download the app on your preferred device and start watching NCN just like you would if you were watching TV in Pierce. Same channel, same High Definition quality.
Click to download the NCN app today and start streaming!
Stream NCN on Our Website
With the launch of our new website, you now have the ability to stream our channel on your computer, phone, or tablet! You no longer need a TV to keep up-to-date on local news, weather, and sports! Stream NCN at work and on the go!
Watch NCN on an Antenna
In the immediate Norfolk area, you can get us in High Definition over-the-air on Channel 35. 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 step-by-step directions click this link: Click to Get Free TV