The NAB announced that 24 stations have joined the list of television stations broadcasting in digital, bringing the total number of DTV stations on air to 1, 060 in 202 markets that serve 99.35 percent of United States television households. The stations are:
* WTWO (NBC), Terre Haute, Ind.
* KFPH (Telefutura), Phoenix
* KPXM (Paxson), Minneapolis
* WFFT (Fox), Ft. Wayne, Ind.
* KGPE (CBS), Fresno, Calif.
* WSAW (CBS), Wausau, Wis.
* WOI (ABC), Des Moines, Iowa
* KFTY (independent), Santa Rosa, Calif.
* KGMB (CBS) and KHON (Fox), Honolulu
* KAWE (PBS member station), Minneapolis
* KGET (NBC) Bakersfield, Calif.
* WGNO (ABC) and WNOL (WB), New Orleans
* KLAX (ABC), Alexandria, La.
* KKCO (NBC) Grand Junction, Colo.
* KIEM (NBC), Eureka, Calif.
* KDEB (Fox) and KOLR (CBS), Springfield, Mo.
* WHAG (NBC), Hagerstown, Md.
* KBTX (CBS), Bryan, Texas
* KREX (CBS), KREY (CBS) and KREG (CBS), Grand Junction, Colo.
In addition, 82.19 percent of the more than 106 million United States TV households are in markets with five or more broadcasters airing DTV and 56.12 percent are in markets with eight or more broadcasters sending digital signals, according to NAB.
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