WEUX-TV FOX48 announced that it is moving frequencies on April 12th at 12 a.m. and viewers who watch TV for free with an over-the-air antenna must rescan their TVs to continue watching the station. Rescanning is when a TV finds all of the available channels in an area. WLAX Fox25 in La Crosse will not be transitioning until 2020 so no rescan is necessary if you watch WLAX-TV Fox 25 over the air. Viewers do not need to purchase new equipment or services, and those who watch WEUX FOX48 through a cable or satellite service do not need to rescan – your service provider will do it for you.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) held an auction of broadcast airwaves to provide more channels for wireless internet broadband services. WEUX FOX 48 did not participate in the auction, however, the FCC is requiring this station and nearly 1,000 others nationwide to move to new frequencies to make room for wireless internet services. TV stations must move frequencies at different times as required by the FCC. This means viewers who use an antenna may have to rescan their TV sets more than once.
To rescan on April 12th, select "scan" or "autotune" on the TV or converter box control menu to start the scanning process. Instructions are usually available by pressing the "set-up" or "menu" buttons on the remote control. This move is happening behind the scenes, so the channel number viewers know will not change. Plan to rescan and stay tuned to FOX2548 for more information or visit our website at wiproud.com. Additionally, TVAnswers.org, a viewer resource provided by the National Association of Broadcasters, features the latest news and information on station changes nationwide. At TVAnswers.org, viewers can also sign up for mobile alerts and email updates to stay up-to-date on TV station changes.
Security Financial Bank (SFB) announced three recent promotions within the organization that include Tyler Mustard, Sheila Uhren and Sara Longdo.
Tyler Mustard has been promoted to senior systems administrator. In his new position, Mustard is responsible for the overall IT helpdesk operations and advanced infrastructure deployments at SFB. Mustard joined SFB in July 2016 as a systems administrator. He earned an associate’s degree from Chippewa Valley Technical College in IT-network specialist in 2012.
Sheila Uhren has accepted a new position at SFB as a project manager. She will be responsible for institution-wide projects and project portfolio management. Previously, Uhren served as a desktop support I. Uhren received a bachelor’s degree in business administration – information systems in 2018. She has been employed at SFB since 2015. Both Mustard and Uhren are based out of SFB’s administrative office in Eau Claire.
Sara Longdo has been promoted to a travelling universal banker position at SFB. Longdo, who previously served as a teller at the bank, will now be responsible for assisting customers with account openings/closing, providing information on products and services, assisting customers with banking transactions and managing customer accounts and questions. The universal banker role is a blended position, encompassing teller and personal banker responsibilities. Longdo will be primarily based out of the Bloomer office but will occasionally travel to other branches to provide support. She received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from UW-Stout and joined SFB in August 2018.