If I had a deep fringe UHF antenna pointed at South Bend, I'd like to check that out myself. I know when regular programming ended on the locally programmed WNIT, they'd simulcast the national feed on that channel, & the sides would be chopped off on 16:9 programs. I would see this when I was fortunate to pick up WNIT in Gary (get WSBT almost every night with my current antenna pointed at Chicago). Now I always thought WYIN was cheap with their PBS station, but it sounds to me like WNIT is more cheap than WYIN is. At least they have HD programming on their station, though the locally produced programs are still in SD. Even WYIN's 2 SD channels are 16:9 instead of 4:3, but only 1 channel has separate programming (PBS Kids Go channel, locally programmed).