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<<On Thu, 11 Oct 2001 12:28:19 -0400, hopfgapr@sprynet.com said:

> OK, experts....I know that -LP means Low Power, but what does -CA
> mean?

That means that the station in question is a ``class A'' television
station.  Such stations are subject to the same rules as LPTVs, except
that they are protected from being ``bumped'' by full-power stations
under certain circumstances.  To be eligible, such stations supposedly
must offer a certain number of hours of local programming and have a
studio in the community they serve.  (There is some suggestion that
applicants have not been entirely honest in applying for this