Below is a list of questions that FOX5 viewers frequently ask. If your question isn't answered below, feel free to contact us for assistance.
How do I tell you about news that I see happening? There are several ways to contact the FOX5 Newsroom, but we prefer you email your news tips, story ideas or press releases to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to find other ways to contact the Newsroom.
How do I contact my favorite FOX5 anchor or reporter? Every anchor and reporter have a biography on fox5vegas.com, which includes an email or social media link. Click here to view all of our biographies.
How do I contact MORE or MORE Access? We prefer you email your questions, comments or story ideas to email@example.com, or click here to use our web-based form. If you're looking for more information on stories that you saw during one of the shows, click here to visit the MORE section on our website.
How do I contact fox5vegas.com? If you've got a question or comment about something on our website, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I get a copy of a story I saw on FOX5 News? FOX5 employs a third-party company, called Television Monitoring Services, to create copies and dubs. Click here for more information. Only video that airs during a newscast is available for copies or dubs.
All videos that are posted on fox5vegas.com include embed code and a direct link. Click here to view the videos currently available on our site. Because of storage restrictions, not every segment that airs during a newscast is posted on our website. For the same reason, most clips are only available for a limited amount of time - usually 10 weeks from the date the clip was first posted.
I need to rant! How do I do it? "The Rant" is FOX5's way of letting you tell us what's bugging you. There are several ways for you to participate: Click here to use our web-based form, email email@example.com or call 702-436-8285. You can also submit rants from "The Rant" app. Click here to download it.
I'm having trouble viewing your signal on my TV. What do I do? Sorry to hear you're having trouble watching FOX5. In order to help, click here to send an email to our Engineering Department. Please include the answers to the following questions in your email:
Please be as specific as possible when describing your problem. This will help our engineers troubleshoot the problem.
When does my favorite show air on FOX5? Click here to access our online programming guide.
How do I know if I won a contest? FOX5 always directly contacts our winners, within 24 hours on normal business days, based on the information they provided when entering the contest. Our contests are computer automated and therefore it takes time for winners to be verified and sent to our Creative Services team. Unfortunately, if you weren't contacted within 24 hours on normal business days, it probably means you were not a winner, and we encourage you to keep trying. For other questions, click here to email the Promotions Department. Click here to see if we've got another contest you can enter.
What are the official rules for a contest? Our rules are posted from the time the contest begins until 30 days after the contest ends. Click here to view the official rules for our contests.
How do I advertise on FOX5 or fox5vegas.com? Whatever your advertising needs, the FOX5 Sales Department can build a package to suit them. Click here for more information about advertising on-air, online or both.
Do you have any jobs available at FOX5? We're always looking for qualified people to fill various jobs here. Click here to view a list of our current openings and learn how to apply for them.
Do you have a community calendar segment? Yes. Click here to learn how to post your event on our website. FOX5 does not produce an on-air community calendar. If you have a large event or non-profit that you would like FOX5 to consider for "Take 5 to Care," click here for an application.
I've got a problem with closed captioning. What do I do? We're sorry to hear you're having trouble. Click here to learn how to let us know about problems with our closed captioning service.
What does the "E/I" icon in the corner of my screen mean? That icon is used to indicate programming that is both educational and informational for children 16 years of age and under. Click here for more information about our children's programming.
How do I get a copy of information the FCC requires you to provide to the public? All of our legal stuff is available on the FCC website. Click here to view our profile on fcc.gov.
If your question isn't answered above, feel free to contact us for assistance.
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