I've noticed it too. It saids it on Wikipedia "Color Bars" but it's sister station WMMP 36 in Charleston, SC aka 'MyTV Charleston' still says "The Cool TV" it haven't been updated on Wiki. I know it's The End of An Short Era for 40.2
I would like to see either AntennaTV or Bounce on 40.2 or WLOS 13 (ABC) simulcast on 40.2 in 16x9 HD instead of boring 4x3 SD like 62.2 (WSPA 7 CBS simulcast) in the fringe areas that have an inadequate signal in it's coverage area.
I've picked up one Charlotte, NC station (WBTV 3), two Atlanta, GA stations (WAGA 5 and WPCH 17 aka Peachtree TV), one Columbia, SC station (WOLO 25), and two Augusta, GA stations (WJBF 6 and WRDW 12) for my adjacent locals over the air. There's no need of an preamp. I could get more stations at night. Watched a Rachael Ray promo on WBTV 3 with Charlie Van Dyke doing voiceovers (he used to do voiceovers for Your Friend Four from 1986-1993, I miss the good ole days of channel 4 with the Arrow 4 logo) and I could get Charlotte, NC stations over the air mostly at night since the Democratic Convention will take place from September 4-6.
I was looking at old ads from Spartanburg Herald Journal from 1967-1968 for WLOS 13 (ABC) back in the days of analog TV, they had two translator TV channels. 2 for Greenville, and 11 for Spartanburg. Since this market serves three states, same story for Atlanta, GA while Charlotte, NC serves two states, same story for Augusta, GA, Greensboro, NC, Myrtle Beach, SC (formerly a short market) and Savannah, GA and one state for Columbia and Charleston. Larger markets like NYC serves four states, Chicago serves two states, and Los Angeles serves one state.
So far here's some outside markets I've picked up over the air at my house so far:
What do you think?