WIFR-TV has had interference in DeKalb (not bad) with WWME-CA (low power class A) 23 in Chicago ever since they went omnidirectional earlier this year.
You can even see it on the Comcast feed from their antenna, 100' abve ground.
Well, things are about to get much worse. WOCH-LP 28 in Chicago is moving to channel 41 starting 12/22. Guess what? Yep, 41 is WIFR's current digital signal!
Starting by Friday 12/23/05, say buh-bye to them in DeKalb when they sign on at 150 kw, unless I turn my antenna northwest. I am not going to turn my antenna
on my rotor back and forth and back and forth just to watch WIFR and burn out the motor. If they knock out my reception completely, I'm calling them. I can't get WBBM from Chicago here and now I won't get WIFR. CBS via DTV is cursed in this state.