Horace, North Dakota


TV Stations



We found 6 TV stations broadcasting 31 digital TV channels in the Horace, North Dakota, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

WDAY  Fargo, ND
CH 6UHF25.2 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • ABC6.1
  • True Crime Network6.2
  • WDAY Xtra6.3
  • Ion6.4
  • Defy TV6.5
  • Grit6.6
KXJB KX4 Horace, ND
CH 30UHF9.7 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • CBS30.1
  • CW Plus30.2
  • Heroes & Icons30.3
KVRR  Fargo, ND
CH 15UHF31.0 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • FOX15.1
  • Antenna TV15.2
KFME Prairie Public Television Fargo, ND
CH 13VHF25.3 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS13.1
  • World13.2
  • Minnesota Channel13.3
  • PBS Kids13.4
KVLY TV 11 Fargo, ND
CH 11UHF47.4 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • NBC11.1
  • CBS11.2
  • MeTV11.3
  • Circle11.4
KRDK  Valley City, ND
CH 4UHF44.6 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • Cozi TV4.1
  • BEK Sports Plus4.2
  • Grit4.3
  • Ion Mystery4.4
  • Bounce TV4.5
  • Laff4.6
  • Comet4.7
  • Court TV4.8
  • Quest4.9
  • GetTV4.10
  • Scripps News4.11
  • Twist4.12

TV Stations in Horace, North Dakota

Callsign Channel Network
KXJB 30 CBS +2
KVRR 15 FOX +1
KFME 13 PBS +3
KVLY 11 NBC +3
KRDK 4 Cozi TV +11
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