How bad is the co-channel interference there? perhaps WOIO should consider chopping off their ERP on RF 10 if they are less inclined to serve the outlaying areasThat's interesting... WOHZ-CD could very well become another repeater for WOIO/WUAB, seeing that W18ES-D overlaps and creates co-channel interference with their Akron repeater in that area. The new coverage and location for WOHZ-CD also cuts down on co-interference to WLFM-LD, and they already have a null in that direction. It's still interesting as to why Gray decided to ditch most of WOHZ's current coverage area, but by moving the antenna, re-pattering the signal and reducing power to maintain within the northeast Ohio viewing area definitely tells me that it will be another WOIO/WUAB repeater.
WOIO, WOIO Akron repeater & WOHZ-CD modification coverage
WOHZ-CD, WOHZ-CD modification & WLFM-LD coverage