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  • #16
    KSL-5 SALT LAKE is the only local still on doing this.
    Justin W. - Coon Rapids, Minnesota (EN35)
    Most used radios in order: Sony XDR-F1HD, 2015 Nissan Rogue Stock Radio, Grundig G8, or Grundig S350.
    DTV dx: Insignia Tuner that everyone else has.
    DTV dx2: Vizio 24" DTV built in 2011 (hooked to Insignia).
    DTV dx3: Emerson 40" DTV built in August of 2015.
    FM Antenna: 4 Element Beam similar to the FM-6 just missing two elements.
    TV Antenna: RCA Suburban VHF-HI/UHF

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    • #17
      WTAE-4 is indeed what Chris saw on channel 4. Very small text ID centered near the bottom. It also has a big Concast logo at the end of the loop. The Comcast thing is kind of like WPBT-2...
      Danny
      Shreveport, LA
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      • #18
        A big Tuesday of Es, with WJBK in for nearly 6 hours from 15z, and again this eve. Had nitelites from WSIL, WYFF (first Es log of it since my only May 1978, when locals s/off), WJMN,WKYC, and some unID 4's and 5's. Oddities: KDLH-3, not on list, is running its own in-house made DTV psa. Also, WFMY was caught running a wx warning crawler with regular CBS progamming! All the text in the NAB DTV psa must have been deemed too distracting when they had to do such.

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        • #19
          Channel 11 zero offset KTHV Little Rock, AR. DTV nightlight info. Spotted a large "THV" ID, mid screen, then back to DTV info.
          73, Ed NN2E
          Owner / Operator - Murphy's Law Test Site & Thunderstorm Proving Grounds
          "You Might Be a Redneck If...
          Your TV is on 24/7.
          Your TV has been permanently on for over a decade.
          The only time your TV is off is during a power outage.
          Your TV gets 512 channels, but you go outside to use the bathroom.
          Your new TV is sitting on top of your old TV.
          Your TV costs more than all of your other furniture.
          Your deer-stand has a TV antenna on it.
          Your cable provider has no idea that you exist."
          Jeff Foxworthy

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          • #20
            Spotted WKMG 6 (minus offset) Orlando, FL this afternoon. DTV info nightlight. Small "6" in lower right of screen. The phraise "Local Six" used during breaks from NAB info. Analog #1074.
            73, Ed NN2E
            Owner / Operator - Murphy's Law Test Site & Thunderstorm Proving Grounds
            "You Might Be a Redneck If...
            Your TV is on 24/7.
            Your TV has been permanently on for over a decade.
            The only time your TV is off is during a power outage.
            Your TV gets 512 channels, but you go outside to use the bathroom.
            Your new TV is sitting on top of your old TV.
            Your TV costs more than all of your other furniture.
            Your deer-stand has a TV antenna on it.
            Your cable provider has no idea that you exist."
            Jeff Foxworthy

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            • #21
              Analog Night Lights

              Both WCCO-4 and KSTP-5 are broadcasting in NTSC in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN DMA.

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              • #22
                That FCC website in an earlier post of mine, I am unable to retrieve now.

                cd

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                • #23
                  Nitelite updates:

                  WDIV-4 ended their nightlight soon after it started, more than a week early.

                  WJBK-2 still has their nightlight, but may have changed their transmitter recently. More than one DXer thinks its signal is weaker, and, the weird thing, they have changed their frequency, from plus offset, to zero offset.

                  Ohio stations observed with nightlight include WKYC-3 (powerful and often displaying a large logo with local phone numbers), WSYX-6 and WKEF-22 (an odd thing, a UHF nightlight, since it must be expensive to power).
                  Comparing Sporadic-E skip to skip on the AM and shortwave bands is like comparing apples and oranges.

                  Comparing tropo to skip is like comparing apples and bacon cheeseburgers.

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                  • #24
                    A small orgy of nitelites in today via Es - starting with WTVJ 6 Miami at 1340z with a good ID over the raster of local KFLZ-CA-6 (Hispanic music with xltor K272EK) but gone before I could get a good 8mm camcorder shot of it. 1657z a relog of WJMN-3 with its logo, 1723z got lucky on the FT-847 with 65.750 KCRA Scaramento ID. 1735z it was KTVK 3 Phoenix with how to buy a (H)DTV set - call & logo in white lower right. 1841z it was KCBS 2 LA with "quick sponsor(s)" Subarau and southern California Toyota on 59.750 MHz. 2131z was KTLA 5 with white call and logo in lower right. 2222z 71.760 hear a weathercast for TN so WSMV. Then, 0315z 71.75 "local news leader at 11" slogan verified by KG6VSW on the http://dxworld.com/tvfmlog.html site as KNBC LA.

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                    • #25
                      Noon, Monday June 29, 2009. WSIL 3 Harrisburg, IL. Just pulled the plug.
                      73, Ed NN2E
                      Owner / Operator - Murphy's Law Test Site & Thunderstorm Proving Grounds
                      "You Might Be a Redneck If...
                      Your TV is on 24/7.
                      Your TV has been permanently on for over a decade.
                      The only time your TV is off is during a power outage.
                      Your TV gets 512 channels, but you go outside to use the bathroom.
                      Your new TV is sitting on top of your old TV.
                      Your TV costs more than all of your other furniture.
                      Your deer-stand has a TV antenna on it.
                      Your cable provider has no idea that you exist."
                      Jeff Foxworthy

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