The only reason WCHU-LD doesn't reach me well is because of interference (primarily from WEDE-CA, since it's still in analog). My TSReader Lite program can detect WCHU-LD's signal, but it gets way too many errors to decode the signal. Being in Gary, IN, I still get a clear analog signal on RF 34. The people that own WEDE-CA need to get their signal flash-cut to digital, instead of relying heavily on WJYS to reach their viewers. It does help that they're on a subchannel to a full power signal, but they need to go digital themselves, or just pay WJYS to lease out the channel alone, shut off the analog signal, & turn in the license. Or sell the station to someone who will go digital.
W25DW-D barely covers Lake County Indiana, & only comes in with an outdoor antenna, & a UHF antenna that isn't as directional. A 4 or 8 bay antenna works for me at getting W25DW-D, though I wasn't trying to get it in. I recently switched from a Winegard HD9032 antenna to an Antennas Direct DB8 & solved a lot of my reception problems with RF 43, RF 44, & sometimes RF 47, & got RF 25 & RF 40 in again, along with getting RF 39 in better.
Onto something else. I just got an HDTV, & did my scan. While checking out some of the channels, I noticed that Bounce pixelates quite a bit, but not MeTV. Is Bounce still having problems at their end, or is it Weigel's problem at getting a good signal of Bounce?
Since getting an HDTV, I thought 7.1's picture was fine on the other TV & my portable TV. I was wrong, though not as bad as 7.2's picture. I knew WMAQ-TV's picture looked terrible, since it looks terrible on my portable TV. Even 5.2 looks like crap on the HDTV. Even all of Weigel's channels (including WWME-LD & WMEU-CD) look bit-starved. I was surprised that WGN-TV looked good, considering people normally complain about the picture quality.
Since I'm one a few that gets WOCK-CD, I'm surprised that the picture quality isn't better for Mundo Fox.