Where did channel 7 go?

Eli Polonsky elipolo@earthlink.net
Mon Jun 15 13:25:59 EDT 2009

It wouldn't be WHDN because I don't believe they
broadcast on analog in this area.

What he got is probably actually analog ch. 24
WFXZ-CA, a low-power (mostly) Spanish station.
Low power TV stations are allowed to continue
broadcasting in analog.


On 13 Jun 2009 at 10:48, Mark Laurence wrote:

> As for the other poster's reference to "a weak signal on channel 26,"
> I think that's WHDN, a low power digital station that feeds a lot of
> Deutsche Welle programming from a sister station in Miami.  They
> sometimes map to channel 6 on my digital TV, and a lot of the time
> they don't come in at all.  More here:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WHDN

But what I'm getting is an analog signal.  Looks like a movie.

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