This is a bit of a unique situation.
WATM and WWCP have the equipment to receive HD from the network and encode it in a format acceptable to cable companies for distribution.
What WATM and WWCP do not have is a Studio-to-Transmitter Link to transport their SMPTE 310M ATSC streams from the studio to the respective transmitters.
Therefore WATM and WWCP are available to the cable companies who choose to connect to the studio using fiber or microwave.
They are also operated out of the same physical studio and master control.
This doesn't have anything to do with the multiplexing that we're not communicating clearly on.
Sometime we'll have to discuss multiplexing over a few Tonto's at the Darkhorse. After three you might not really care what it is anymore.