Some pages back (post 4454), I hypothesized about this.So why is KSTC using DTV-STA instead of their DTX-LIC?
I might suggest reading back a few pages in the thread before asking as question that's been answered repeatedly. TL;DR: No. And there are no press releases or FCC filings to indicate otherwise. Minnesota Broadcasting – Upper Midwest Broadcasting and the editor, a member here, will sure be posting about it the minute any news drops. See post 4417 for a little more info on ATSC 3 and the transition.Has anyone attempted atsc 3.0 in the Minneapolis area?
I can't recall the name back then but isn't it the now CW23 that used to be the pay TV over the air channel that flopped hard?ATSC 3 can also broadcast encrypted pay content. There's a startup in Idaho broadcasting some pay networks over ATSC 3, but again, we'll see how long that lasts. It's going to be probably just as successful, in the long run, as pay ATSC 1 or scrambled UHF TV channels (of which the TC used to have one - can anyone name it without looking at Wikipedia?)
I wonder if I'm the only one that calls this stations K-JUNKSomeone cut the signal chain for KJNK, RF 25. I hope it returns before the next episode of EXATLON ESTADOS UNIDOS.
And just like that, it's back.
according to a brochure I have from 2014 it was 22.95 for "basic" and 52.95 for "expanded"It's a bummer some key channels in that line up aren't in HD because at the right price that would have been a pretty good pay service.
+1 and no one at the stations seems to care well at least enough to do anything about it. I just can't imagine advertisers wasting money on their garbage signal as I and I assume many others(their target audience) don't even bother with watching them anymore due to such a crappy signal. It's been this way for years and I've lost all hope it will ever get fixed.If you read back through the thread, you'll find this subject has been beat to death.
TL;DR: HC2 channels have chronic issues with audio and video freezes. It's not an OTA reception problem. It's not a Locast program. It's a problem with their equipment.