[vdr] ATSC Channel providers California

Timothy D. Lenz tlenz at vorgon.com
Fri Oct 1 21:53:50 CEST 2010


To find out what is around you, try this: http://tvfool.com/
It will tell you both the digital and any remaining analog stations, the 
direction and ~ signal level to your location.

ALL ATSC is FTA free to air. It is the replacement for the old analog 
FTA/OTA broadcast> all high power stations have been required to switch, 
so all major network stations in your area, abc, nbc, cbs, etc should be 
ATSC. Low power local stations did not have to switch, so you may have a 
few analog in the area.


On 10/1/2010 2:07 AM, Simon Baxter wrote:
> Do any networks or network providers provide free or accessible ATSC
> channels in the LA area?
>
> Is it FTA, or do they require a CI/CAM?
>
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