Yes. The tropo this past weekend was pretty bad. I have an omni about 80 feet up, and I was picking up a Fox out of Natchez, a PBS out of Greenwood, Miss, and a station out of Galveston. I could not pick up KLFY, KLTL, or KFDM on Friday night and a little bit of Saturday morning.
I haven't heard anything about KFDM. Since the big switch, we have been picking them up in Nome, TX and transporting their signal back to Sulphur for distribution on our cable systems.
I talked to the engineer with KLFY a few weeks back. He said that there is a channel 8 around New Orleans that is in the process of moving back to UHF (I think channel 29) and that once they turn off their channel 8 transmitter (they are simulcasting) KLFY and channel 9 in Baton Rouge (WAFB... I think) should be able to increase their power levels. He said that KLFY should almost triple their power from 20kW to 60kW. He was hoping that this would happen before the end of the year.