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I noticed that I'm now getting digital channel 30-1 which is Warner Bros. local affiliate. It will be nice to get good reception on this channel as the analog quality seems to vary a lot with the weather! DTV seems to be doing quite well here in Salt Lake!
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I've never had problems with their analog. I'm in Midvale (900 East & Ft. Union) with a 6' long UHF Yagi on balcony.

Still, it's nice to have another DTV on the air!

KJZZ-DT is built, just needs to sign-on. Heard that Ted was up installing antenna brackets on the KSTU tower for their low-power DTV antenna. They have a CP for a new/taller tower when they go full power.
Channel 20 engineer mentioned, last week, that KUPX-DT will be downstairs from them on Little Farnsworth, but didn't know how far along they are yet. Haven't heard any official change of date from the U of U about KULC....maybe it's still May '03, maybe this summer (as on Titan site).
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Does WB have any high definition programming or anything widescreen or anything 480p???
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got it in utah valley! Had to re-map on the panasonic though for some reason? The DTV feed is so much more stable than both the other ones
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I can't seem to find the WB Digital station (30-1) here in Holladay? Are others receiving it?
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