Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Northwest Las Vegas
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Now that Sinclair has annonced that GET TV will find a home on their KVMY 21.3, how much longer will KVVU hold out without a diginet partner of their own on their 5.3?
What will KTNV do with their soon to be vacant 13.3, after Live Well folds nationally. Will KTNV ever do something with their 13.2, other than simulcast the HD signal in SD? A recent e-mail to KTNV went unanswered asking whether they would hold onto Live Well until the final hours of the network scheduled for mid January 2015. They could drop Live Well at anytme and replace it with one, or two, diginets. Bounce could reposition to 13.2 from KGNG 47.3, while Soul Of The South could fill 13.3.
Will Entravision's KINC powerup a 15.3 before years' end? Will they add one or two subs to their KELV-27? Perhaps the soon to launch Grit and Escape networks from Katz Television will find a Vegas home with them.
It might be difficult to convince non-profit KLVX to add a fourth sub-channel, as they are using the bandwidth well with quality sub-channels and data-casting. However, someone here needs to add First Nation Experience with programming for and about Native Americans. That diginet prefers PBS affiliates over other broadcasters.
I've given up that scruffy Cranston's KMCC will ever add the announced Weather Nation service to their 34.3. But that company needs something on their bandwidth in the 34.3 position. The Works, a new movies network, now in a few markets, could be a nice fit for Cranston and Vegas viewers.
Wanting a strong FCC to say no to the Wireless lobby. Keep the tv broadcast band for ota television broadcasters.
Last edited by rdvegas; 06-25-2014 at 04:06 PM.