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Re: a Providence TV question

<<On Tue, 13 Jun 2000 09:21:52 -0500, mwaters@mail.wesleyan.edu (Martin J. Waters) said:

>         Someone else may actually know the answer. But, my fading memory
> gives a vague notion that it was part of the situation where after the
> first main batch of stations went on in 1948-49 they decided the co-channel
> separation distances needed to be greater because they were getting
> interference.

And Scott can tell the story of a whole wave of channel reassignments
across upstate New York which had an effect on almost every market,
triggered in part by the move of WRGB in Schenectady to channel 6
(from channel 5 IIRC).  I've heard this story but I don't think the
list has.