It didn't take long for WKAR to reply. Here's the email:
Our DTV transmitter is about 95% installed, there is only some RF
plumbing work in the building to do, then turn-on and testing. Well,
that's the good news.
The bad news is that on May 17th of this year, our six month old
antenna, that we would have used for NTSC and DTV burned up.
It burned out so bad, that the manufacturer is building us a new
antenna of a different model to replace it.
That replacement antenna is scheduled to arrive in November.
We're in process of scheduling a crew. As soon as the antenna
can be installed, we'll be able to go on the air with DTV.
Gary W. Blievernicht
Michigan State University
212 Communication Arts & Sciences Building
East Lansing, MI 48824 - email@example.com
phone (517) 432-9527
phone (517) 432-3120 X 201
fax (517) 353-7124