I've got a question about WSPA TV. Since I started using my HDTV receiver I've had trouble getting WSPA using my roof mounted antenna with a booster, which pulls in most of the other area stations fine.
The signal here should be very good for this channel so I basically narrowed the problem down to multipath and decided to try an indoor antenna for it. I picked up a Silver Sensor and it has improved the picture quality overall but i'm still getting pixellation in certain places.
While watching their news or a TV show the picture is fine when the newscast or program is playing, but when they go to a commercial at least part of the screen turns into pixels when they make the switch from the feed to the commercials, and this also occurs during the commercials themselves. When the program returns it does it as it comes back on but then it clears up again right after that.
Anybody have any suggestions? With March Madness coming up I really need to be able to pick up CBS, that frankly is the whole reason I invested in HDTV hardware in the first place. It obviously can't be a weak signal or I wouldn't be able to pick it up with the indoor antenna, and the outdoor one would be clearer.