[B-R-I] The Musical Chairs Repack Has Begun

Michael Malone michaeldmalone@hotmail.com
Wed Jun 26 13:19:07 EDT 2019

Despite WBPX moving closer to where I reside in Spencer, MA I no longer receive them since the move (rescanned, zippo). I was able to receive them previously. It will be interesting to note how many stations I can receive OTA after all the machinations of the repack are finished. My suspicion is I will be receiving far fewer stations.
Curious about NBCBoston, I receive them on 15.1 which they co-share with WGBX on "real" channel 43. Which of the many OTA signals that they utilize is moving on August 1? I don't see that mentioned on the page.

From: Boston-Radio-Interest <boston-radio-interest-bounces@lists.BostonRadio.org> on behalf of Kaimbridge M. GoldChild <Kaimbridge@Gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 10:41 PM
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Subject: [B-R-I] The Musical Chairs Repack Has Begun

As NERW reported this week ( https://www.fybush.com/nerw-20190624 ), the new phase of the
DTV Repack officially began last Saturday (Jun.22), with the first affection, locally,
apparently already being felt:  WBPX:68 (and, as they channel share, WDPX:58) has made the
move (sometime between Saturday and today...I was up in The Lakes Region for a couple of
days) from RF-32 to RF-22, with an accompanying xmtr move from one of the Rt.128-Newton
towers to WUNI:66ʼs Hudson tower.
Also, tonight “NBC10 Boston” aired an advisory about needing to rescan on Aug.1st—though I
guess the message has been out for a couple of weeks:



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