For what it's worth, here's my email to
Subject: OTA HD on 24.1
Located in Springdale, I am unable to receive your 24.1
>over the air signal. Is it up at full power or are you
>still in the construction process? I want to look at
>upgrading my antenna, if necessary, to receive your Fox
It is up and running, have you tried 51-2?
KFTA - Fox 24
Maybe I didn't word it correctly, but I found the reply rather frustrating.
Edited to add;
Here's my reply
On Fri, 15 Sep 2006 05:36:01 -0700 (PDT)
> Mr. Houston,
> I receive the analag signal on the 51.2. My question
>is concerning the FOX OTA HD signal. Is it running at
>full power? If it is, my indoor antenna cannot pick it
>up. I would like to know if the signal I'm now receiving
>is the permanent signal. If so, I will invest in an
>outdoor antenna. But, if the signal strength will be
>improving in the future, I won't go to the trouble of
>buying/installing/irritating my neightbors with an
>outdoor antenna in hopes that my indoor antenna can pick
> Thank you for taking time to respond to me,
Here's the reply, this time there was no name attached.
Yes HD is up and running on 27.1, which is just north
of Mountainburgh, you would probably need an outdoor
antenna for that. 51.2 is not analog, it is at the least
a digital picture, not sure if it is true HD though. The
last thing I was told concerning this is exploring weather
or not we had enough bandwidth to put 51-1 and 51-2 both
on HD. Oh, try 24-1 for KFTA, Fox 24 HD, many tuners will
go to that. Let me know what you are seeing there.
I'm just getting increasingly frustrated. I assume it was not Mr. Houston that replied the second time, since his name was not given and Mountainburg was spelled incorrectly.