No official lists have been released about where Full Power Stations and Class A stations are being re-packed, but there is some info out there. Continue reading
The FCC has released it’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for ATSC 3.0, or Next Gen. As proposed, full power stations will have the option of transmitting ATSC 1.0 alone or a simulcast on an additional … Continue reading
“Low-power TV stations serving niches could cede airwaves to Wi-Fi” from San Francisco Chronicle Continue reading
“Coast’s free TV station adds international news network”, from the Sun Herald. (Note: article incorrectly lists station as “WXVD”) Continue reading
“WILM Now an Independent Station”, from TVNewsCheck. Station is putting an emphasis on syndication hits, after loss of CBS affiliation. Continue reading
“One Final Dig? NBC Nightly News Reminds Viewers to Tune to NBC Boston”, from New England One Media. The LPTV station got a plug nationally, which means it played on the full power affiliate that it’s replacing. Continue reading
“Muskegon TV station for sale, owner retiring after 40-plus years in broadcast”, from MLive Media Group. Article is about Channel 49 in Muskegon which is for sale for $225,000.
“News Channel Nebraska moving into old Masonic Temple”, from The Grand Island Independent. Article about new NCN affiliate in Grand Island on Channel 30.
Secondary LPTV stations, you’re now safe if you’re at or below Channel 36, and there are no full powers or Class A stations to displace you. For those in areas where FP and CA stations … Continue reading
If you’re a secondary LPTV and there are no full powers or Class A stations to displace you, you’re now safe if you’re below Channel 33. The FCC has now announced that there is a … Continue reading