03.08.2004 12:00 PM
FCC: 1733 full-power TV stations in U.S. at end of 2003

The FCC Media Bureau has released figures on the number of analog TV stations that existed at the end of 2003:

--Full-power TV ---------------------- 1733
UHF commercial ----- 767
VHF commercial ----- 585
UHF non-commercial - 254
VHF non-commercial - 127
--Class A TV (low power) -------------- 605
Class A UHF -------- 494
Class A VHF -------- 111
--TV translators --------------------- 4749
UHF translators --- 2663
VHF translators --- 2086
--Other low-power TV ----------------- 2129
UHF LPTV ---------- 1604
VHF LPTV ---------- 525
--Total U.S. analog TV transmitters -- 9216

For more information visit www.fcc.gov.

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