I'm not sure of KLTM but I will check the data base and see if I can find anything out. CC should also be fixed... Eldo is unfortunally about in the middle between the two so depending on conditions, they their signals will be problematic in that area until one or the other moves channels, which I don't see happening.
Mobile homes do not generally have good indoor reception. Most of them are all metel and grounded at that (tie down straps).
At least most of the persons here have basic antenna design and theory knowledge. Putting up an antenne has seemed to be a "lost art" in today's world. At one time there were companies that installed outdoor antennas and did really well, but as cable and now DBS systems have flooded the market place, the need for antenna installers has gone by the wayside. Now as digital is going ahead full steam, the need for this trade is back. Most of your dish installers don't have a clue about RF reception. Their idea is that little clip on antenna that just doesn't work in this market. With HDTV reception one, in this market, needs a quality outdoor directional antenna (or multi directional) with rotar control and in some cases a preamp. But remember a preamp boosts EVERYTHING including noise. In the analog world, if you got a crappy low lvl signal, a preamp would give you (most of the times) a crappy higher lvl signal, but viewable. My off air antenna at my house (don't laugh) is a rad shack 10 elemement ( about 20 year old antenna) on a 8 foot pole in the back yard. I can receive all local channels at least grade B, KARD digital, KNOE-DT, PBS-DT, and sometimes KAQY but that is a very rare event. I live about 3 blocks behind the West Monroe city complex. Now if I want to take my Ham antenna down and put up my off air TV antenna to get more heigth (yeah right) I more than likely would receive more signals.
The bigest problem is today's person doesn't want to spend any money on their out door antenna. I have a mobile antenna (which is smaller) for signal tests. I use it for those waiver folks that piss whine moan and complain about getting OTA signals is impossable because of all those darn pine trees in their yard, or live between two microwave towers. I drive up to their house with the antenna in the bed of my truck (mounted to a cut out section of 3/4 inch plywood, a gable mount and a 5 foot pole). Inside the truck is one of those nifty 50 dollar wal mart special 19' televisions, nothing more, nothing less. 9 out of 10 times I get perfect picture from my stations, and I can rotate the antenna to pull in the rest. If home I'll let them come look at the little tv. I have only satisfied one viewer in the past 7 years doing that. Most don't really care, they just want a East and west coast feed so I was accually wasting my time. I have stopped that practice for it was just a waste of my time. I will go out and do signal checks around the area however, but I no longer invite the homeowner to watch, unless they see me and walk over.
WHERE DID ALL THE ANTENNA INSTALLERS GO? Dunno, but if there is a smart person out there that wanted to start a business of selling and installing the ideal multi directional antenna they could make a nice amount of pocket change. At least until the dish's and all Cable start passing the HD signal. The problem is the cost as stated before, no one wants to pay to receive "free over the air" signals. A good decient antenna system will cost between 150 - 200 bucks including the pole, antenna, guy wires (if needed), feedline, rotator( if not using a multi directional antenna), and preamp. Then the labor would run another 100 to 200 bucks depending on mounting situations, spliters, and enviorment. So after someone goes out any buys a couple of grand HDTV, they figure out that the antenna ( which the salesman never tells them) will cost them more. So they then get a dish, because of the digital feed (a contract plus more install) but then the locals won't come in right, but not to worry, the installer advised them that they can get a WAIVER with no problem. They call, get denied, and then get mad at the locals. Remember none of the dishes plan any time soon of putting up any of our HD signals in this market. And if on cable, they only do a EDTV signal not the true HD signal if the system offers that much. So the local is to blame again. Money hungry, greedy, not caring, local channels. It's never a win win situation.
Oh well... here I go on my soap box again... Sorry...I just got through processing my 200+ waiver requests for the week. That's per channel KARD and KTVE.