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Started by Talos4, Friday Jun 05, 2009, 04:27:51 pm
Quote from: Talos4;52170"Unfortunately, not all homes in our viewing area are prepared, in full or in part, for the digital transition," said Jim Hall, general manager of Weigel's Milwaukee stations. "Those homes still need to be able to receive vital -news information."
Quote from: jjallou;52174I don't think they can run analog 63 forever since the spectrum above channel 51 has already been auctioned off and other uses are planned for it. At best they can keep a "nightlight" signal running for 30 days. Channel 41 isn't going away anytime soon however.
Quote from: WITI6fan;52175They (WYTU) have a construction permit to move to analog 49.
Quote from: ddeerrff;52182?? Sounds like the 'deadline' was never really a deadline after all. After all these months of telling everyone that after the date analog TV goes away, some stations will still be allowed to broadcast analog? I was under the impression that it was a *requirement* that all broadcasting in analog cease on June 12th. Apparently not.
Quote from: Jimboy;52183All "Full Power" analog stations are required to pull the plug on June 12th. The transition doesn't affect low power analog stations....yet.
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