Thirteen more stations have converted to digital transmission, bringing the national total to 438 stations in 130 markets, according to NAB.
The new DTV stations are:
* KOMU, Columbia, Mo. (NBC)
* KLST San Angelo, Texas (CBS)
* WZZM, Grand Rapids, Mich. (ABC)
* WREX, Rockford, Ill. (NBC)
* WVVA, Bluefield, W.V. (NBC)
* KAME, Reno, Nev. (UPN)
* WABI, Bangor, Maine (CBS)
* WSFJ, Columbus, Ohio (Pax)
* WBIR, Knoxville, Tenn. (NBC)
* WATE, Knoxville, Tenn. (ABC)
* KSBI, Oklahoma City, Okla. (independent)
* WPWR, Chicago (UPN)
* WFSB, Panama City, Fla. (PBS)
The 130 markets with DTV include 87.76 percent of U.S. TV households. Forty-five percent of all the households are in markets with four or more DTV signals.
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