03.09.2011 01:00 PM
These 52 Stations Now Transmit Mobile DTV
MobileDTVvWASHINGTON: According to the signal map of the Open Mobile Video Coalition, 52 TV stations in 27 markets across the country are now transmitting mobile DTV signals. Stations in 33 more markets are said to be planning launches in 2011.

Washington, D.C., has the most stations transmitting mobile digital TV signals, which is logical given the OMVC held a “showcase” of the service in the city for several months last year. The move to transmit over-the-air broadcast signals to mobile devices began in earnest around four years ago, but required the development of a standard as well as the cooperation of chip fabricators and consumer electronics makers. The first full-fledged Mobile DTV receiver started shipping in the United States last October. Penetration numbers have not been published.

52 TV Stations Transmitting A/153
Atlanta, Ga.               3
            WGCL, CBS, Meredith
            WPXA, ION O&O
            WSB, ABC, Cox
Austin, Texas             1
            KVUE, ABC, Belo
Baltimore                    1
            WNUV, CW, Sinclair LMA
Boston                         1
            WGBH, PBS, WGBH Educational Foundation
Charlotte, N.C.           5
            WAXN, Independent, Cox
            WBTV, CBS, Raycom
            WCCB, Fox, Bahakel
            WCNC, NBC, Belo
            WJZY, CW, Capitol Broadcasting
Chicago                       1
            WPWR, MyNet, Fox O&O
Columbus, Ohio          2
            WBNS, CBS, Dispatch
            WCMH, NBC, Media General
Dallas-Ft. Worth        1
            KXAS, NBC, NBCU & LIN TV
Denver                        1
            KPXC, ION O&O
Detroit                        2
            WDIV, NBC, Post-Newsweek
            WXYZ, ABC, E.W. Scripps
Fresno, Calif.              1
            KAIL, MyNet, Trans-America
Lincoln, Neb.              1
            KOLN, CBS, Gray Television
Los Angeles               2
            KFTR, TeleFutura, Univision
            KPXN, ION O&O
Miami, Fla.                 2
            WSCV, Telemundo, NBCU (Comcast) O&O
            WTVJ, NBC, NBCU (Comcast) O&O
Minneapolis-St. Paul 1
            KSTP, ABC, Hubbard
Montgomery, Ala.      1
            WSFA, NBC, Raycom
New York                   2
            WWOR, MyNet, Fox O&O
            WLNY, Independent, WLNY Ltd.
Omaha, Neb.              1
            WOW, NBC, Gray Television
Orlando, Fla.              4
            WESH, NBC, Hearst
            WKMG, CBS, Post-Newsweek
            WRBW, MyNet, Fox O&O
            WRDQ, Independent, Cox
Philadelphia                3         
            WCAU, NBC, NBCU (Comcast) O&O
            WPPX, ION O&O
            WTVE, Independent, WRNN LLC
Raleigh, N.C.              2
            WRAL, CBS, Capitol Broadcasting
            WRAZ, Fox, Capital Broadcasting
San Francisco            1
            KNTV, NBC, NBCU (Comcast) O&O
San Jose, Calif.          1
            KICU, Independent, Cox        
Seattle                        3
            KIRO, CBS, Cox
            KOMO, ABC, Fisher
            KONG, Independent, Belo
Springfield, Mass.      1
            WGBY, PBS, WGBH Educational Foundation
Tampa, Fla.                1
            WFLA, NBC, Media General
Washington, D.C.       7
            WDCA, MyNet, Fox O&O
            WFDC, Univision O&O, Entravision LMA
            WHUT, PBS, Howard University
            WNVC, MHz Network, Commonwealth Public Broadcasting
            WPXW, ION O&O
            WRC, NBC, NBCU (Comcast) O&O
            WUSA, CBS, Gannett

Cities With Stations Planning to Launch Mobile DTV in 2011
Bend, Ore.
Birmingham, Ala.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Colorado Springs, Colo.
El Paso, Texas
Greenville, S.C.
Hickory, N.C.
Honolulu, Hawaii
Houston, Texas
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Indianapolis, Ind.
Kansas City, Mo.
Knoxville, Tenn.
Las Vegas, Nev.
Lexington, Ky.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Mobile, Ala.
Nashville, Tenn.
Phoenix, Ariz.
Portland, Ore.
Providence, R.I.
Riverside, Calif.
Roanoke, Va.
Rochester, Minn.
St. Louis, Mo.
Toledo, Ohio
Topeka, Kan.
Tulsa, Okla.
Virginia Beach, Va.
Wichita, Kan.
Youngstown, Ohio
Yuma, Ariz.

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Posted by: Deborah McAdams
Wed, 03-09-2011 02:41 PM Report Comment
It's surprising there are so few in LA We're supposed to be the city on wheels. Are there more on the way for us?

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