Expect two new sub-channels to appear on your Las Vegas screens this coming Monday.
Mako continues to tweak their KVPX-28, KEGS-30, and KNBX-31 programming. The color bars are the latest addition, or is it the DISH Network graphic. Great viewing options, both.
Edit 4pm 4/20/2012: In addition to the two new sub-channels mentioned above, Mako's KNBX today has put the psip in three new subs. KNBX 31.2, 31.3, and 31.4 are there. Only 31.4 has programming, without sound, and appears to be a public domain program demo loop. Could this be HOT (History Of Television), a very small diginet dedicated to public domain programming also carried on another out of market Mako station?
The current count of Las Vegas Valley main and sub-channels now stands at 67.