07.10.2005 01:58 PM
AZCAR helps Mission Broadcasting transition to DTV

Mission Broadcasting has selected AZCAR to help 11 of its TV stations transition to digital. The project is already underway with a project plan delivered in March 2005. Mission Broadcasting’s stations in the top 100 markets are expected to be completed later this year.

Subcontractor Morrison Hershfield will handle much of the structural work, including the review and strengthening of Mission's towers, as well as adding new antennas and transmission lines to support digital transmission.

For more information, visit www.azcar.com.

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