Menifee-Sun City Chamber Distributes Free TV Antennas

Menifee Sun City Chamber of CommerceThe Menifee-Sun City Chamber of Commerce is distributing free television antennas to folks living in the Menifee Valley, including Sun City and Quail Valley.

It's part of an effort to help residents get local news broadcasts from Temecula's new television station, KZSW. The station went on the air two weeks ago on October 3, on channel 27.

"The antennas have printed instructions with it and it is very easy to set up, stated Mike Martinez of Southwest Television. "Residents can simply follow the instructions for immediate local news coverage of Sun City, Menifee, Murrieta, Hemet and Temecula."

Jerry Stamper, Chairman of the Chamber is ecstatic knowing that Southwest Riverside County has its own television station, broadcasting news and emergency alerts. "We now have the tools to have immediate access to our residents and that means better safety for everyone," stated Stamper.

Residents can drop by the chamber office located between Coco's Restaurant and McDonald's on Bradley Road between the hours of 8:30 to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

For more information, contact the Menifee-Sun City Chamber of Commerce, 27994 Bradley Road, Suite I, Sun City, CA 92586 at 951-723-8511.


  1. Can people with Dish get the local news?


    According to the provided instructions the antenna works with the following service providers

    Cox, Comcast or Adelphia Cable with or without a cable box.

    Dish satellite service, the antenna connects to the box.

    No Cable or Satellite, the antenna connects directly to the TV.

    The directions also include a phone number and e-mail address for help if needed.