it would been nice if WLOS could had remain on a UHF RF channel or if they could try get FCC let them increase their Parris Mountain Translator power for the upstateWCYB is a Sinclair station. So it would be nice if Sinclair would use this same logic for their Asheville station WLOS, another problematic VHF signal which broadcasts on RF13. Although it may not be as difficult to receive as WCYB which is lower VHF. But they may not have any choices available even if they wanted to move, as the spectrum may be more crowded in the Upstate or western NC. They should go back to the simulcast of WLOS on sister station WMYA in the Upstate, although upcoming ATSC 3.0 changes may limit such plans, although it has yet to be revealed who the local Lighthouse station may be. But Sinclair and Nexstar are strong proponents, and Hearst is also a participant in the Pearl TV plans for Next gen TV. But only Sinclair has 2 RF channels to utilize, as WSPA and WYCW now share the same signal on RF11. But I remember how WLOS was much easier to receive when they were on UHF before they moved back to RF13.