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Five More Stations Make Digital Transition

Five more stations have made the transition to digital, bringing the total to 236, according to The National Association of Broadcasters. The five stations are: * KJRH-TV, Tulsa, Okla. (NBC) * WWBT-TV, Richmond, Va. (NBC) * KUTV-TV, Salt Lake City, Utah (CBS O&O) * KSTS-TV, San Jose, Calif. (Telemundo) * WUNC-TV, Ral
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Five more stations have made the transition to digital, bringing the total to 236, according to The National Association of Broadcasters.

The five stations are:

* KJRH-TV, Tulsa, Okla. (NBC)
* WWBT-TV, Richmond, Va. (NBC)
* KUTV-TV, Salt Lake City, Utah (CBS O&O)
* KSTS-TV, San Jose, Calif. (Telemundo)
* WUNC-TV, Raleigh, N.C. (PBS)

Also, two satellite stations for WUNC-TV - WUNU-TV, Raleigh and WUNK, Greenville/New Bern/Washington - have signed on with digital signals.

The NAB says that DTV signals are now being transmitted in 82 markets into 74.7 percent of U.S. TV households.