Fifteen stations have joined the roles of digital-transmitting broadcasters, bringing the United States' total to 490.
The 15 new DTV stations are:
* WGCB, Harrisburg, Penn (independent)
* KUVI, Bakersfield, Calif. (UPN)
* KFTV, Fresno, Calif. (Univision)
* KETC, St. Louis (PBS)
* WKBS, Johnstown, Penn. (independent)
* KFDM, Beaumont, Texas (CBS)
* KCEN, Waco, Texas (NBC)
* KASN, Little Rock, Ark. (UPN)
* WSYM, Lansing, Mich. (Fox)
* KVDA, San Antonio (Telemundo)
* KWEX, San Antonio (Univision)
* WTVG Toledo, Ohio (ABC)
* KEYE, Austin, Texas (CBS)
* WXFT, Chicago (Univision)
* KLTS, Shreveport, La. (PBS)
DTV signals are now being transmitted in 145 markets that include 90.45 percent of U.S. TV households.
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