Not losing viewers, any HD viewers lost at this point are irrelevant, as the analog pays the bills,not HD. It will be a long time before HD generates positive cashflow for anyone, even cable, as initial capital investment costs have yet to recouped, IMHO..
Besides, we have NOTHING to do with FOX networks's decisions, as we are locally and privately owned. It will be a long time before we even come close to recouping any of our significant capital costs, not to mention the
$7,000 per month power bill for "HD" alone.. Until Nielsen counts HD viewers, and there are enough to affect the meter sampling, or ad sales
for HD generate +cash flow..HD doesn't matter. So far, in the almost 1 million Tv housholds in this DMA, there are right at a total of 5,000 HD cable subs..and considerable less OTA receivers.
In essence, yes, too few to count.
The views expressed here are my own and do not necessarily represent those of ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, MeTv, or AntennaTv; my employer; or its parent company.
Nor my wife for that matter!