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In most locations Cable and Sat get the local Networks streamed to there headends/uplink centers directly from the local stations. Others areas that aren't able to stream from the stations use a central ota receiver location and then streamed to the headend/uplink centers.
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Not that Titan TV has it correct, but they have labeled KEGS 30.5 on their listings as 'Binge' Network.

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Don't get your hopes up, "Binge" is just an infomercial network run by Revenue Frontier that HC2 gets paid to carry on many of their stations. The subchannel section on HC2's website has Revenue Frontier listed for 30.5
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Don't get your hopes up, "Binge" is just an infomercial network run by Revenue Frontier that HC2 gets paid to carry on many of their stations. The subchannel section on HC2's website has Revenue Frontier listed for 30.5
I wasn't getting my hopes up, as I have viewed 30.5 for several years. It's just the same stuff over and over. But it is unique that they actually picked a name for the network rather than just calling it infomercials, etc.

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I neglected to mention a few days ago that KHDF dropped 3ABN from their perch on 19.4. It's been replaced with infomercials. 3ABN continues on K36NE 43.1.

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The LX news network from NBC/Universal began operations in the San Francisco Bay area today. Our local outlet for the service remains on the billboard announcing 'soon'.

Two weeks from today, precisely at 10 am, Vegas will see the launch of four network feeds in ATSC 3.0. Are you getting the fever, or is that just because of Covid-19

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So what's up with KVCW today. They have two 33.2's. One is "MyLVTV" while the new second version is "My_LVTV". Both air airing the identical program. Must be something with the soon to be switch to ATSC 3.0 and the move of sub-channels around the dial.

I believe that the newest version of 33.2 is actually being broadcast by RF 22. The remote for one of my digital boxes seems to favor that situation.

This afternoon I read the captioning of several programs on LX 39.3 from KBLR. The video remains hidden behind the 'Coming Soon" graphic. I also spotted an ID logo in the upper right corner announcing KBLR Vegas. We should be close to the official local launch....perhaps tomorrow the 15th.

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Around primetime Thursday evening, the secondary feed of 33.2 was history for now, but will surface again probably on or before Tuesday May 26th when ATSC 3.0 kicks-in.

Earlier this week I noticed that the HSN feeds seen on KPVM 25.6 and KGNG 26.1 went in different directions. While KGNG stuck with the sales department, KPVM aired several E/I programs.

At about 8 am, the LX 'coming soon' graphic added an animation effect. It looks like bubble wrap waving in the breeze. I also spotted a wrong ID in the upper right corner...for Telemundo.

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Work at sbc studios and transmitters are being done now. The last two weeks all 3 sbc station transmitters (rf2,22.29) have been off the air early sunday mornings (1 am to 3 am) I am guessing they are adding and adjusting the ATSC 3.0 equipment for the switch and setting up relay or streaming links to the other two stations for channel sharing.
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Work at sbc studios and transmitters are being done now. The last two weeks all 3 sbc station transmitters (rf2,22.29) have been off the air early sunday mornings (1 am to 3 am) I am guessing they are adding and adjusting the ATSC 3.0 equipment for the switch and setting up relay or streaming links to the other two stations for channel sharing.
At this stage, only RF channel 29, KVCW, will become ATSC 3.0. That station will host KSNV 3.1, KLAS 8.1, KTNV 13.1, and KVCW 33.1 in ATSC 3.0 The ATSC 1.0 signals will remain in place, unless a last minute change is needed. I suspect that video quality could go down on the ATSC 1.0 streams to allow for additional sub-channels, especially on KLAS.

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K36NE has dropped the colorbars from 43.5, but has kept the PSIP in place. Just a blank screen for now.

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The bubble wrap has come off the LX Network from NBC/Universal. Programming is now floating through the air from KBLR 39.3.

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The bubble wrap has come off the LX Network from NBC/Universal. Programming is now floating through the air from KBLR 39.3.
Is LX supposed to be on all the Telemundo O&Os? Because it's not on KTLM.
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The network is rolling out slowly market by market. KTLM may be in the future. RabbitEars.info has a note that KTLM will add LX soon to their Rio Grande TX station.

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Is LX supposed to be on all the Telemundo O&Os? Because it's not on KTLM.
Telemundo owns a low-power translator of Connecticut's Telemundo affiliate, and that one doesn't have LX. Believe me, I've been rescanning frequently, but all they're showing right now is Telemundo and TeleXitos. I guess this proves it isn't the only one either, but hey, I'm optimistic. After all, they own the stations, so it's bound to show up at some point.
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A lot of the lesser Telemundo stations are remotely run, the whole COVID-19 shutdown probably prevented the engineers from travelling to install/reconfigure the local equipment in time.
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After watching LX Tuesday for most of the daytime, I'm less than thrilled. Some of the programming is really bland. Some reminds me of the former ABC Live Well network. One program was of interest. That was Viral Wild (or something similar) that featured lots of great animal up close encounters not usually seen on a Jack Hanna series. But hey, any new network is okay, as long as it's not another send your money 'cause I'm asking' as a telepreacher.

Elsewhere.....last week Vegas viewers had two feeds of My LV TV on 33.2. Today there are two feeds of the CW on 33.1. One has a PSIP of "CWLV1" and originates from KTNV RF 13. The second has the PSIP of "TheCWLV" and originates from KVCW RF 29. The first one may disappear quietly awaiting for the official launch of the ATSC 3.0 switcheroo next Tuesday.

Is anyone in the Vegas TV market yet equipped to receive ATSC 3.0. I'm waiting for a digital box for various DVR's, and a Samsung TV for primary viewing. I'm also waiting for a Panasonic BluRay recorder with 3 or 4 tuners that can receive ATSC 3.0 with the US channel scheme. Fat chance there.

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Telemundo owns a low-power translator of Connecticut's Telemundo affiliate, and that one doesn't have LX. Believe me, I've been rescanning frequently, but all they're showing right now is Telemundo and TeleXitos. I guess this proves it isn't the only one either, but hey, I'm optimistic. After all, they own the stations, so it's bound to show up at some point.
They updated the LX site to include a station list:
https://www.lx.com/where-to-watch/

KTLM in Harlingen is getting it May 31
WDMR-LD in Springfield, MA is getting it May 31
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KINC 15.2 and 15.3 were taking the morning off today. They were back by noon. Moxie on 2.5 remains a no-show for something like the last 6 months. The Walk is frozen on an image of an Elvira look-alike.

Looking ahead to the next ATSC 3.0 conversion, who are these full power stations going to partner with? We've got KVVU-5, KLVX-10, KINC-15, KHSV 21, KMCC-34, and KBLR-39 that won't want to be caught without the 3.0 for very long. While KLAS-8 will be included in the RF 29 next week, like KTNV-13 and KVCW-33, their sub-channels will also need to be converted at some time in the future. What about that transmitter that KSNV was using on channel RF 33? Will it be licensed and a power increase granted as a conversion channel?

The local full power stations may be looking at RF channels 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 31, 34, and 35 for possible temporary use. I don't forsee any full power station using a LPTV channel for temporary use for their current ATSC 1.0 signals under the five year lighthouse rules..

Most of the LPTV stations will waiting untill the last ATSC 3.0 buyer plunks down their money for a new viewing device. Several may be brave and do a flash cut to 3.0 in a year or two and cut the ATSC 1.0 viewers loose from their viewership. LPTV stations do not need to abide by the five year rules to sustain their 1.0 signal broadcasts active.

So, we'll just sit back and watch and wait for all of this to play out, much like we did back in 2009 with the analog to digital conversion.

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Today, Tuesday May 26th, is the day that ATSC 3.0 arrives in Vegas. All the current subs on KVCW 33 (RF 29) will depart for KSNV, KLAS, or KTNV). At precisely 10 am the switch will be set in motion and the subs will fly away to other transmitters, while the main net services (KSNV NBC, KLAS CBS, KTNV ABC, and KVBC CW) take up root on RF 29 using ATSC 3,0 techniques and cheat sheets. Without a 3.0 secret decoder RF 29 will look blank. Those of us (most everyone) with old school ATSC 1.0 recievers, we'll be blind to the historic happenings today.

Who will be the first in the Valley to buy a new fangled ATSC 3.0 receiver, or even a digital box?

As the clock struck 10 am, the sub-channels on KVCW 33 went blank as they fled to their new host channels. CW is now being hosted by KTNV-rf 13, My Net TV has moved in with KSNV-rf22, TBD, THIS, and Comet all are sharing space on KLAS-rf 7. Without a ATSC 3.0 monitor I can not report on the switch to that scheme of broadcasting. So, I assume it went without hiccups. The only glitch, if it can be called that, was the five minute delay of KTNV providing CW service on the facilities with a virtual back to 33.1.

I have to wonder how many big wigs were watching as the switch was thrown, with them bursting into cheers and applause.

Vegas is now officially in the ATSC 3.0 game.

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A reliable local source has told me that they have not spotted any ATSC 3.0 receivers in homes or condos around the Valley.

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After several months of showing only colorbars, then more recently just a blank screen, K36NE 43.5 now has programming. I witnessed parts of two episodes of Bonanza without any network ID between them. I'll venture a guess that's a religious diginet drawing viewers in with the westerns, then hoping to hold them over for the passing of the collection plate.

It's another feed of OnTV4U, in English. It's in 480i, 4x3, Dolby audio, and CC.

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It's just a glorified infomercial channel that HC2 is carrying in a bunch of markets. Some of the 24/7 infomercial channels do things like randomly air public domain filler with a long form ad during the breaks as the "presenting sponsor".
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Not sure what SBC has to gain by switching KVCW rf 29 to atsc3 so early when there are no mobile devices, tv boxes and few tvs with atsc3 tuners for anyone to buy more or less watch the channel. KVCW Rf 29 carries the same 4 networks with there vt ch. I am sure all 4 networks will run in 4k at some point. At this point I do not see this atsc3 being a big enough thing for most viewers to spending $$$ for a mid to high end mobile device,box and tv. They would have to get astc3 added to just about all low to high cost mobile devices, boxes ,tvs for it to make the 5 year deadline for turning off atsc1. I am thinking it will take more like 8 to 10 years.

The SBCs tower has 4 transmitters on it. Rf 19, 22, 29 and 36. rf 36 took the place of rf 33 that was used for SBC atsc3 testing. So maybe one of the transmitters maybe booted off or taken over (19, 36) for atsc3 in the future?

I was surprised that all 5 KVCW networks remained in the same channel spot after rescanning and not on each shared channel like 8.1-8.3, 33.3-33.5 and 13.1-13.4, 33.1) The vt channels sync up to the rf channels.

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Sinclair has a vested interest in ATSC 3.0. Stations in the top 40 tv markets are expected to launch 3.0 in their coverage area by the end of this year. Las Vegas is the first to launch full time, while several others have been in test mode. Retailers will be quick to provide the equipment once consumers demand monitors and digital boxes. Samsung, Sony and LG are already in the game with models now, although hard to spot at stores. Additional models, and from additional brands, will seep into stores by the end of the year.

KSNV had intended to launch their 3.0 for the NAB Convention, but it was cancelled because of Coronavirus. I'm sure that the facilities here will have a lot of top executives checking things out, and next years' NAB will be featuring KSNV/Sinclairs ATSC 3.0 works.

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At some point SBC and stores should start to advertise sales for Nextgen tvs/boxes and maybe mobile devices.
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I'm still waiting for a Etch-a-sketch NTSC converter box.

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