Here is info for the KCYU/FOX people to get KCYU out of the 20th Century and into the 21st Century:
FCC begins accepting LPTV, TV translator flash cut applications
Oct 21, 2005 8:00 AM
RF Update e-newsletter
The FCC's Media Bureau announced earlier in the month that LPTV and TV translator station licensees and permit holders can file an application for a minor facilities change to do an on-channel (flash cut) to digital service with their currently authorized analog facilities.
Those wishing to do so must file an electronic application using FCC Form 346. Class A TV stations, which already were granted authority to submit an on-channel digital conversion, must file electronically with FCC Form 301-CA.
At some point in the future, LPTV, TV translator and Class A TV licensees and permit holders will have the chance to submit applications for companion digital channels. Any station with a license, construction permit or pending application for on-channel digital conversion will not be eligible for a companion digital channel for the same station.
Applications for flash cutting must be filed through the bureau's Consolidated Database System online electronic forms system.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov/mb/elecfile.html
I am not even a KCYU/FOX employee and I could find this information fairly easily. Now the KCYU/FOX people don't have any lousy excuse for not trying to go digital anymore.