[opendtv] Re: Fw: Re: Post on alt.tv.tech.hdtv of interest today

Off hand, several would qualify:
Salt Lake City
Cheyenne, WY
Washington, DC (one way-out full service)
Las Vegas and Reno might apply, but only if you include translators and
lptvs in your list of transmitters.

John Willkie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Craig Birkmaier" <craig@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2005 6:58 PM
Subject: [opendtv] Re: Fw: Re: Post on alt.tv.tech.hdtv of interest today


> You may be right Doug. I was not aware that there were ANY U.S. TV
> markets with transmitters 90 miles apart. What is the market name and
> rank?
>
> You can use this list for reference:
>
> http://www.tvb.org/nav/build_frameset.asp?url=/rcentral/index.asp
>
> Regards
> Craig
>
>
> At 9:57 AM -0500 4/11/05, Doug McDonald wrote:
> >  >>>
> >>>>>Doug's inquiries about antennas is a prime example of this. For some
> >>>>>reason he thinks that the ability to receive signals from distant
> >>>>>markets is important to television viewers. It is NOT.
> >>>>>
> >
> >Uh ... I'm not talking about DISTANT markets ... I'm talking
> >ONE market plus one station in a very close adjacent market.
> >You seem to have some sort of fixed idea about what a "market" is.
> >
> >Like all the towers are in one place.
> >
> >In our market we have towers ... both in the same market ...
> >90 miles apart. No matter where you live, you will have
> >stations spread over at minimum a 160 degree arc. Those
> >of us in the center of the market have them over all 360 degrees,
> >unless you include the single adjacent market station, in which case it
> >is 250 degrees.
> >
> >>>Local networks ARE NOT distant markets...they are THE local market.
> >>>Why do I need to pull in a Philadelphia station that duplicates the
> >>>content of network affiliates in MY market (Baltimore)?
> >
> >The out of market station here DOES have a non-duplicated
> >program: they do nighttime news at 9 PM instead of 10 PM, and this
> >is a big seller.
> >
> >Doug McDonald
> >
> >
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