Naw, time being off not a problem here, was just using it as 'yet another' example of the consistent lack of detail that the WKYT SE's have towards the OTA side.
One can try to use the argument that it's just a 'numbers game' as to viewers of cable/sat vs. OTA, and therefore they concentrate their resources towards the greater number, ...however, why is it almost always WKYT with the OTA issues(mainly repetitive PSIP guide data failures)? ...and not the other stations in the same market?
The actual reason as to why WKYT have these technical issues in such higher numbers than their counterparts isn't the issue to myself and others affected, it's that the issues they consistently have, ...are clearly preventable/manageable.
One reason I zero in on incompetence, ...is because of the responses(and sometimes the lack thereof) I have received upon calling the SE and/or the SM to notify them of problems.
It has ranged from , "We hope to have a new system in place in the near future that will provide fault notification..."(not verbatim, but that was one of the responses I heard from the SM himself), to the very typical "there is? ...ok we'll look into it".
If they ended up with a 'fault notification' system for their PSIP data stream, they either haven't installed it yet or they don't know how to use it.
And how easy would it be to just have a small monitor dedicated to displaying the guide data 24/7, something that a glance at every once in a while would be plenty of 'fault notification'?
Five? ....six stations in the market, and 'one' consistently has a recurring problem, ....there's your 'numbers game'.