Just saw this on KTVO's site:http://www.heartlandconnection.com/n...aspx?id=421973
The article says they have doubled their signal strength. If accurate, those of you with no KTVO signal should rescan.
On the KYOU front, I'm getting a good signal now at 10 miles east of Kirksville. Those of you who can't get KYOU in the area, but want to, might want to consider repositioning your antenna, adding a preamp, adding a rotor, or getting a better antenna. For what it's worth, I'm using an Antennas Direct 91XG.
I also have a kinda dumb question. What direction should my VHF antenna be pointed? For the first time last night I was able to pull in WGEM and KHQA. The transmitters are both located at about a 110 degree heading from my house. I don't know if WGEM has got their new vertical polarity transmitter up and running or if it was just a conditional anomaly. However, my VHF antenna was pointed north when the signal was strongest. That is, the long beam upon which the shortish crossbeams are attached, was pointing due north, with the longest cross-members at the southern end. I had always assumed that I should point the long beam toward the tower. Am I wrong?