NAB: 28 More Stations Go Digital

The NAB indicated today that 28 local broadcast stations have joined the ranks of those transmitting digital signals. The new DTV station total stands at 1,129 stations in 202 markets serving 99.35 percent of U.S. TV households. In addition, a little more than 84 percent of the more than 106 million U.S. TV households
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The NAB indicated today that 28 local broadcast stations have joined the ranks of those transmitting digital signals. The new DTV station total stands at 1,129 stations in 202 markets serving 99.35 percent of U.S. TV households.

In addition, a little more than 84 percent of the more than 106 million U.S. TV households are in markets with five or more broadcasters airing DTV and 59 percent are in markets with eight or more broadcasters sending digital signals, the NAB said.

The following stations are the most recent on the list:

* WNKY Bowling Green, Ky., (market No. 180)
* WANE Ft. Wayne, Ind., (market No. 104)
* WPXE Milwaukee, Wisc., (market No. 31)
* KFSF San Francisco, (market No. 5)
* WNBC New York, (market No. 1)
* KTTW Sioux Falls, S.D,. (market No. 112)
* KTTM Huron, S.D., (market No. 112)
* WMBD Peoria, Ill., (market No. 117)
* WWTI Watertown, N.Y., (market No. 176)
* KTLM Brownsville, Texas, (market No. 97)
* WRNN New York (market No. 1)
* KDLH Duluth, Minn., (market No. 136)
* KGUN Tucson, Ariz., (market No. 74)
* KMEG Sioux City, Iowa, (market No. 140)
* WSWP Grandview, W.V.,(market No. 150)
* WTCI Chattanooga, Tenn. (market No. 85)
* KREM Spokane, Wash., (market No. 79)
* KWBQ Albuquerque, N.M., (market No. 49)
* KASY Albuquerque, N.M. ,(market No. 49)
* KQCA Sacramento, Calif., (market No. 19)
* KLPB Lafayette, La., (market No. 124)
* WXTV Paterson, N.J., (market No. 1)
* WFUT Newark, N.J., (market No. 1)
* WUVP Philadelphia, (market No. 4)
* KXLN Rosenburg, Texas, (market No. 11)
* WQHS Cleveland, Ohio, (market No. 15)
* KTFD Denver, (market No. 18)