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Eleven More Stations Go Digital

Eleven more local broadcast stations have joined the list of television stations broadcasting in digital, bringing the total number to 1,186 DTV stations on air in 205 markets that serve 99.6 percent of U.S. TV households, the National Association of Broadcasters announced. The new stations are:

* KOLO (ABC), Reno, Nev.
* KBZK (CBS), and KUSM (PBS), Bozeman, Mont.
* KVUE (ABC), Austin, Texas
* KPXB (Paxson O&O), Conroe, Texas
* KPXE (Paxson O&O), Kansas City, Mo.
* WIPX (Paxson O&O), Indianapolis, Ind.
* WDPX (Paxson O&O), Vineyard Haven, Mass.
* WPXL (Pax), New Orleans, La.
* KFYR (NBC), Bismarck, N.D.
* KGNS (NBC), Laredo, Texas

In addition, 84.81 percent of the more than 106 million U.S. TV households are in markets with five or more broadcasters airing DTV and 63.76 percent are in markets with eight or more broadcasters sending digital signals. 31 markets now have all of the local stations on air in DTV.