I just noticed Heartland this past weekend. Seems like an odd network to carry in the NYC area, but I guess they are just trying to fill these subchannels with whatever programming they can find.
I checked it out again this weekend ...Probably W09CZ-D. Any idea what network programming it's running? (And it shouldn't be using virtual channel 9 in any event.)
Nothing useful. The FCC has filed a brief to the appeal that PMCM has made to the United States Court of Appeals concerning the FCC granting the application by Connecticut Public Broadcasting to build a distribution transmission system. As far as I can tell, PMCM has not yet filed their brief.Has there been any recent update on the WEDW situation?
WLIG-LP:Does anyone know if the analog repeater of WLNY is still on the air? What were the call letters?
Thanks! I'll see if I can contact their engineer since I doubt many on this thread are within receiving range of it.WLIG-LP:
This is their coverage area:
Basically it's a tiny radius between exits 48 and 50 of the LIE from their mostly vacant studio on the south service road off of exit 49S.
The only full power station in NYC that is using VHF-Lo is WJLP (RF 3) which carries Me TV and a few other networks. If you don't care about that channel then you should be fine. Where I live the WJLP signal is strong enough that I can pull it in clearly anyway without any VHF-Lo elements.Came here for help.
Here is my RabbitEars report:
I also just purchased the Winegard Classic Series Yagi YA7000C antenna (link).
My question is: Do I need the low VHF extensions? I just need access to the basic channels like CBS, NBC, PBS, FOX, ABC, CW (WPIX). Don't care about the rest of the channels on the report. I am asking because with those extensions, the antenna is huge and attached to the side of the house will look weird. So if I do not need them for the channels I am interested in, I would just take them off.