05.04.2004 12:00 AM
WRNN Asks for Permission to Shut Down Analog Signal
The FCC Media Bureau reported that the licensee of WRNN-TV and WRNN-DT in Kingston, NY has requested authority to cease operation on NTSC channel 62 and surrender its license for channel 62 prior to the end of the DTV transition and operate using WRNN-DT as a single channel, digital-only TV station on DTV channel 48. WRNN previously filed for a DTV facility closer to New York City to gain coverage near the NYC metropolitan area. Information on the request is available in the FCC News Release Media Bureau Receives Request by Analog Television Station in the Upper 700 MHz Band to Cease Analog Broadcasting and Surrender NTSC License, and Operate as a Single Channel Digital-Only Television Station.

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