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12 minutes ago, mrschimpf said:

Note how this was done before football season; I will be very happy to have that white whale (ALWAYS been bad since they launched their digi signal) in my channel lineup, and this makes Green Bay an all-UHF market (including whatever Weigel's Wittenberg station will be).

The station has a college football game airing tonight. They did it at the right time.

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On 7/26/2022 at 1:59 AM, CircleSeven said:

Okay, the paperwork regarding the construction permit apps of the 18 new allotments are now up.

So small follow-up.

 

Last month, two permits were approved (Alexandria & Vernal).

 

Today (9/13), the sixteen remaining permits were granted.

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New Petition. A PBS station in the Cornhusker state wants to vacate that VHF dial.

Now currently, the RF 27 allotment is occupied by an LP station KFDY-LD, owned by Flood Communications.

 

Of course, regular low-power stations don't get protection of their allotments. But what we have saw in Medford and in Vegas where those owners of those LPs have filed objections to those channel moves. One has settled (Medford); the other one hasn't (Vegas). It'll be interesting if Flood would follow suit and file an objection.

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