Trip, thanks for your reply. You appear to have some first-hand knowledge on this topic. But my original concern remains. Of the hundreds of broadcasters around the country, how many others have been off-the-air for 4 months like here in Dayton? If this were a common problem nationwide, many others, especially recent cordcutters like me, would have raised a stink and it would have been a national news story. Instead, I personally hear nothing except local residents complaining on the Dayton stations' Facebook page. My suspicion is that, whether the problem is local or nationwide, one media outlet does not want to criticize another outlet and therefore the real story never comes out. All we get is "We apologize for the inconvenience" from the broadcasters.WKEF and WRGT are now on their final antenna, so the signal should be a lot better than it was right after. They're waiting for the permanent transmitters to be installed and remain at low power from the final antennas.