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Advanced Television Systems and Their
Impact Upon the Existing Broadcast
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418–0530 (voice), (202) 418–0432
(TTY).

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION
47 CFR Part 73
[MB Docket No. 87–268; FCC 07–138]

Advanced Television Systems and
Their Impact Upon the Existing
Television Broadcast Service
Federal Communications
Commission.
ACTION: Final rule.

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AGENCY:

SUMMARY: The Commission adopts a
new Table of Allotments for digital
television (DTV) providing all eligible
stations with channels for DTV
operations after the DTV transition on
February 17, 2009. The new DTV Table
accommodates all eligible broadcasters,
reflects to the extent possible the
channel elections made by broadcasters,
and is consistent with efficient
spectrum use. The new DTV Table
finalizes the channels and facilities
necessary to complete the digital
transition and ultimately will replace
the existing DTV Table at the end of the
DTV transition. The existing DTV Table
continues to govern stations’ DTV
operations until the end of the DTV
transition.
DATES: Effective October 26, 2007.
ADDRESSES: Federal Communications
Commission, Washington, DC 20554.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For
additional information on this
proceeding, contact Kim Matthews of
the Media Bureau, Policy Division, (202)
418–2154.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This is a
summary of the Federal
Communications Commission’s Seventh
Report and Order in MB Docket No. 87–
268, FCC 07–138, adopted August 1,
2007, and released August 6, 2007. The
full text of this document is available for
public inspection and copying during
regular business hours in the FCC
Reference Center, Federal
Communications Commission, 445 12th
Street, SW., CY–A257, Washington, DC
20554. These documents will also be
available via ECFS (http://www.fcc.gov/
cgb/ecfs/). (Documents will be available
electronically in ASCII, Word 97, and/
or Adobe Acrobat.) The complete text
may be purchased from the
Commission’s copy contractor, 445 12th
Street, SW., Room CY–B402,
Washington, DC 20554. To request this
document in accessible formats
(computer diskettes, large print, audio
recording, and Braille), send an e-mail
to fcc504@fcc.gov or call the
Commission’s Consumer and
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Summary of the Seventh Report and
Order
1. In this Seventh Report and Order,
the Commission adopts a new Table of
Allotments for digital television
(‘‘DTV’’) providing all eligible stations
with channels for DTV operations after
the DTV transition on February 17,
2009. The new DTV Table is the result
of informed decisions made by eligible
licensees and permittees during the
Commission’s channel election process.
As the Commission stated in the
Seventh Further Notice of Proposed
Rule Making in this proceeding (71 FR
66592, November 15, 2006) (‘‘Seventh
Further Notice’’), in developing these
final DTV allotments the Commission
has attempted to accommodate
broadcasters’ channel preferences as
well as their replication and
maximization service area certifications
(made via FCC Form 381). The DTV
Table adopted herein reflects
consideration of the comments filed in
response to the Seventh Further Notice
as well as our efforts to promote overall
spectrum efficiency and ensure that
broadcasters provide the best possible
service to the public.
2. In early 2006, Congress established
February 17, 2009 as a new hard
deadline for the end of the DTV
transition and the end of analog
transmissions by full power television
broadcasters. In view of the short period
of time remaining before this deadline,
our goal has been to finalize DTV
channels and facilities as expeditiously
as possible to provide stations with the
certainty they need to complete their
digital build out, consistent with the
interference and other standards set
forth in the Seventh Further Notice.
Requests for Minor Adjustments
3. We will make a variety of minor
adjustments based on requests from
commenters. We received comments
filed on behalf of 22 stations requesting
that we make minor adjustments to the
station coordinates specified in the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B. We
asked licensees to review the accuracy
of their information contained in the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B and
comment on any inaccuracies or
discrepancies in this information. In
some cases, the station requested a
change to conform to the coordinates
reflected on a station authorization and/
or the coordinates of the Antenna
Structure Registration (‘‘ASR’’) for the
station’s tower. In circumstances where
a station submitted a correction to the
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coordinates are specified on a station
license or construction permit, and the
requested change did not result in a
change of more than three seconds
latitude or longitude for the station, we
are making the requested correction.
Accepting corrections to Appendix B of
three seconds or less is consistent with
the Commission’s rules, which do not
require a construction permit for such a
correction before it can be licensed.
Three seconds of latitude or longitude is
approximately 200 to 300 feet. The
stations for which we make such a
correction are listed in Appendix D1
hereto and the changes requested by
those stations are reflected in DTV Table
Appendix B adopted herein.
4. We also received comments filed
on behalf of stations requesting
modification of the proposed DTV Table
Appendix B in the Seventh Further
Notice either to express a station’s
geographic coordinates in tenths of
seconds in addition to the currently
listed degrees, minutes, and seconds or
to round to the nearest whole second
rather than merely truncate the data.
One such commenter argued that
precision is important as even a small
change in location data could have an
impact on interference studies in light
of the 0.1 percent interference standard.
We note that a tenth of a second latitude
or longitude is equivalent to
approximately 10 feet.
5. We find it is appropriate to round
to the nearest whole second because the
resources necessary to collect more
precise data and revise the computer
software that generates the Table would
not be justified by the small difference
in physical location. For those
commenters that have requested a
correction of their station coordinates
and provided us with station
coordinates expressed to the tenth of a
second, we have revised DTV Table
Appendix B to round the coordinates to
the nearest whole second. The stations
for which such a change is made are
included in the list of stations in
Appendix D1 herein.
Requests To Make Changes to
Certification
6. We are permitting changes to
stations’ facility certifications (FCC
Form 381) based on appropriate
demonstrations from these stations
where such changes are consistent with
the circumstances contemplated in the
Seventh Further Notice. In paragraph 28
of the Seventh Further Notice, the
Commission recognized that some
stations have already constructed or
received authorization to construct
facilities on the station’s TCD that
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beyond that to which the station
certified on FCC Form 381. Because the
interference protection provided during
the channel election process was
limited to the facilities to which the
station certified in FCC Form 381, the
Commission noted that stations serving
or authorized to serve areas beyond
their certified area could become subject
to interference in those areas. The
Commission stated that it would permit
stations in this situation to file
comments proposing to modify their
certified facilities to match their
authorized or constructed facilities.
Stations requesting such a change were
required either to (1) Submit an
engineering analysis demonstrating that
the proposed change to their certified
facilities would not result in
interference in excess of 0.1 percent to
any licensee’s existing TCD or (2)
submit the signed, written consent of
every affected licensee. The
Commission also stated that stations in
these circumstances seeking a change in
their certification would be required to
accept interference from any channel
election already approved.
1. Requests That Meet the Interference
Criteria
7. We will permit stations to change
their facility certifications (FCC Form
381), and thus our post-transition DTV
Table Appendix B, where such stations
have demonstrated that such
modification of their facilities will
conform to licensed or authorized
facilities and where the proposed
change to the Appendix B facilities
either meets the interference criterion
discussed above (i.e., the proposed
change would not result in interference
in excess of 0.1 percent to any licensee’s
existing TCD) or, as discussed further
below, the station affected agreed to
accept the interference. We received
comments on behalf of 130 stations
requesting such changes. We have made
the changes requested by these
commenters and the changes are
reflected in the revised DTV Table
Appendix B adopted herein. A list of
the stations for which we made these
changes is attached hereto in Appendix
D2. To address the requests of those
commenters in this group whose
stations are moving to a different
channel for post-transition service, we
recalculated their post-transition DTV
coverage area based on their authorized
or licensed DTV facility, as indicated by
the file number shown in Appendix D2.
8. In some cases, stations listed in
Appendix D2 request changes to the
DTV Table/Appendix B that differ from
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transition channel. In these
circumstances, we have revised DTV
Table Appendix B to specify the
station’s authorized facilities. The
following paragraphs describe three
situations that merit additional
explanation.
9. KBCW, San Francisco, CA. San
Francisco Television Station KBCW,
Inc. (‘‘KBCW’’), licensee of station
KBCW, channel 44, and KBCW–DT,
channel 45, San Francisco, CA, received
channel 45 for its TCD in the proposed
DTV Table. In comments filed on behalf
of KBCW, CBS Corporation (‘‘CBS’’)
requests a change to conform to the
parameters of KBCW’s licensed facilities
on Channel 45. CBS states that, along
most azimuths, the currently licensed
digital facilities of KBCW exceed those
resulting from the replication facilities
assigned to the station in the proposed
DTV Table Appendix B. CBS states that
an interference study shows that the
requested KBCW parameters would
cause in excess of 0.1 percent new
interference only to the digital operation
of KQCA, Stockton, California.
According to CBS, KQCA currently
receives 0.46 percent interference from
KBCW–DT’s presently licensed
operation and would continue to do so
after the transition if KBCW–DT keeps
its existing facilities. CBS submitted an
agreement in which KQCA agrees to
accept this interference. In light of the
interference agreement submitted by
CBS, we will accept the requested
change to the parameters for KBCW to
conform to its authorized and operating
facilities. These changes are reflected in
the revised DTV Table Appendix B
adopted herein.
10. KALO, Honolulu, HI. Pacifica
Broadcasting Company (‘‘Pacifica’’),
licensee of station KALO(TV), channel
38, and KALO–DT, channel *10,
Honolulu, HI, received channel 10 for
its TCD in the proposed DTV Table. In
a late-filed comment, Pacifica noted its
concern that it may not be able to
operate at its applied-for power level on
channel 10 because it will cause an
unacceptable level of interference to the
FCC monitoring station at Waipahu. To
address this anticipated difficulty,
Pacifica has proposed a reduced ERP of
14.275 kW. This power level is less than
the authorized power of the facility, but
the reduction is necessary to prevent
interference with our nearby monitoring
facility. We have studied the proposed
power and find that it does not cause
impermissible interference to any
station. We accept KALO’s proposal and
the DTV Table Appendix B has been
revised accordingly.
11. WPPB, Boca Raton, FL. The
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(‘‘SBBC’’), licensee of WPPB–TV,
channel *63, and permittee of WPPB–
DT, channel *40, Boca Raton, FL,
received channel *40 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. In comments filed
to this proceeding, SBBC supports the
proposed allotment of channel *40, but
asks to change its certified facilities and
DTV Table Appendix B to reflect
facilities authorized by the Commission
in 2002. No other comments were filed
related to this TCD.
12. SBBC’s request to change WPPB’s
DTV channel from *44 to *40 was
approved in the 2002 Boca Raton
Allotment Order. In that order, WPPB–
DT, channel *40, was authorized to
operate at maximized facilities,
including an ERP of 1000 kW and an
antenna HAAT of 310 m. However,
SBBC certified in its FCC Form 381 for
maximized facilities as authorized by its
existing construction permit for DTV
channel *44. SBBC explained in its FCC
Form 381 that it did this because the
channel substitution decision was
challenged by a petition for
reconsideration and, thus, not deemed
‘‘final.’’ In its FCC Form 381, SBBC also
stated its intention to certify for
maximized facilities at the new channel
*40 allotment when the channel
substitution became final. SBBC
subsequently filed an application in
2006 to conform its new DTV channel
*40 allotment to those facilities
specified in the 2002 Boca Raton
Allotment Order.
13. The proposed post-transition DTV
Table now shows WPPB’s new DTV
channel *40. We hereby revise DTV
Table Appendix B herein to reflect the
facilities authorized by the 2002 Boca
Raton Allotment Order. This change
does not result in more than 0.1 percent
new interference to any station. WPPB’s
requested certification change is to
facilities expressly authorized to the
station in 2002, and the station
expressed its intent to certify to these
facilities in its Form 381 filing.
2. Requests By Operating Stations That
Do Not Meet Interference Criteria
14. We will permit stations that are
already operating their final, posttransition DTV facilities to change their
facility certifications (FCC Form 381),
and thus our post-transition DTV Table
Appendix B, to reflect those facilities,
even though such operations will
exceed the 0.1 percent interference
standard. Eight stations requested
changes to the proposed DTV Table
Appendix B to reflect operating
facilities where we have determined
that the interference caused to the TCD
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is no interference agreement with the
affected station(s). In several cases, the
Commission granted pending
applications for these stations after
certification. In other cases, as discussed
further below, we have permitted
stations to change their certification
from replication to maximization,
thereby potentially causing more
interference to other stations than
would have been permitted for the
facilities to which the station originally
certified.
15. While these stations are requesting
changes to the parameters proposed in
the Seventh Further Notice in situations
where the level of interference exceeds
the relevant standard, we find that they
have met their burden of demonstrating
that their special circumstances justify a
waiver. We therefore grant the requested
changes. In each case, the changes are
being requested for stations that are
already operating their final, posttransition DTV facilities. We believe it
is unnecessary and unfair to require
these already-operational facilities to
reduce service. Indeed, as these stations
are already providing service at the
requested parameters, it is in the public
interest to allow them to continue to do
so. In addition, none of the stations
receiving the interference filed an
opposition to the station requesting the
change.
16. Following is a brief discussion of
the stations requesting changes to reflect
their operating facilities and the
relevant circumstances that support our
grant of their requests:
17. KTBN, Santa Ana, CA. Trinity
Christian Center of Santa Ana, Inc.
(‘‘Trinity’’), licensee of station KTBN–
TV, channel 40, and KTBN–DT, channel
23, Santa Ana, CA, received channel 23
for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table.
Trinity requests that the parameters for
KTBN in the proposed DTV Table
Appendix B be changed to reflect those
of the facility currently licensed in
BLCDT–20050729AFT. The
Commission’s interference analysis
shows that KTBN’s licensed facility
causes 0.75 percent interference to
KBEH, Oxnard, California (analog
channel 63, digital channel 24 for both
pre- and post-transition).
18. WICS, Springfield, IL. WICS
Licensee, LLC (‘‘WICS Licensee’’),
licensee of station WICS, channel 20,
and WICS–DT, channel 42, Springfield,
IL, received channel 42 for its TCD in
the proposed DTV Table. Sinclair
Broadcast Group, Inc. (‘‘Sinclair’’), the
parent company of WICS Licensee,
requests that the parameters for WICS in
the DTV Table Appendix B be changed
to reflect those of the licensed facility
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Commission’s interference analysis
shows that the WICS licensed facility
causes 0.43 percent interference to
WICD, Champaign, Illinois (analog 15,
post-transition digital channel 41).
19. WUTV, Buffalo, NY. WUTV
Licensee, LLC (‘‘WUTV Licensee’’),
licensee of station WUTV, channel 29,
and permittee of WUTV–DT, channel
14, Buffalo, NY, received channel 14 for
its TCD in the proposed DTV Table.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc., parent
company of WUTV Licensee, requests
that the parameters for WUTV in the
DTV Table Appendix B be changed to
reflect those of the licensed facility
BLCDT–20060829BGK. The
Commission’s interference analysis
shows that the WUTV licensed facility
causes 8.45 percent interference to the
TCD on channel 14 of a new analog
singleton in Bath, New York (call sign
870331LW). We note that, in its license
application, WUTV indicated it would
employ antenna beam tilting to protect
the Bath station from interference and
that the WUTV license specifies beam
tilting.
20. WKDH, Houston, MS. Southern
Broadcasting Inc. (‘‘Southern’’), licensee
of singleton station WKDH, channel 45,
Houston, MS, received channel 45 for
its TCD in the proposed DTV Table.
Southern requests that the parameters
for WKDH in the DTV Table Appendix
B be changed to reflect the parameters
specified in its construction permit
BPCDT–20060519ABE. WKDH is now
operating pursuant to program test
authority. The Commission’s
interference analysis shows that WKDH
causes 0.34 percent interference to
WPXH, Gadsden, Alabama (analog
channel 44, digital channel 45 for both
pre- and post-transition).
21. WTEN, Albany, NY. Young
Broadcasting, Inc. (‘‘Young’’), licensee
of station WTEN, channel 10, and
WTEN–DT, channel 26, Albany, NY,
received channel 26 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. Young requests
that the parameters for WTEN in the
DTV Table Appendix B be changed to
reflect the parameters of the station’s
license BLCDT–20060104ACC. The
Commission’s interference analysis
shows that the WTEN licensed facility
causes 3.24 percent interference to
WHPX, New London, Connecticut
(analog channel 26, post-transition
digital channel 26) and 1.39 percent
interference to WFXV, Utica, New York,
(analog channel 33, digital channel 27
for both pre- and post-transition).
22. WLMB, Toledo, OH. Dominion
Broadcasting, Inc., (‘‘Dominion’’),
licensee of station WLMB, channel 40,
and WLMB–DT, channel 5, Toledo, OH,
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proposed DTV Table. Dominion
requests that the parameters for WLMB
in the DTV Table Appendix B be
changed to reflect those of the licensed
facility BLCDT–20050201AAF.
Dominion failed to timely file a
certification on FCC Form 381 for
WLMB specifying whether it would
construct replication or maximization
facilities, and consequently WLMB was
assigned replication facilities in the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B. The
Commission noted that forty-one
stations, including WLMB, did not
timely file a certification form, and
stated that it would permit these
licensees to file comments proposing a
change to their certification to specify
maximized facilities for which they
would have been allowed to certify.
Dominion requests that its certification
for WLMB be modified to specify the
maximized facilities that Dominion has
now constructed and that the
Commission has licensed. The
Commission’s interference analysis
shows that the WLMB licensed facility
causes 2.04 percent interference to
WGVK, Kalamazoo, Michigan (analog
channel 52, digital channel 5 for both
pre- and post-transition).
23. KOCE, Huntington Beach, CA.
KOCE–TV Foundation (‘‘KOCE
Foundation’’), licensee of
noncommercial educational station
KOCE, channel *50-, and KOCE–DT,
channel *48, Huntington Beach, CA,
received channel *48 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. KOCE Foundation
requests that the parameters for KOCE
in the proposed DTV Table Appendix B
be changed to reflect those of the
licensed facility BLEDT–20041117ADG.
KOCE Foundation failed to timely file a
certification on FCC Form 381 for KOCE
specifying whether it would construct
replication or maximization facilities,
and consequently KOCE was assigned
replication facilities in the proposed
DTV Table Appendix B. This situation
is similar to WLMB, paragraph 54,
supra. The Commission noted that
KOCE also did not timely file a
certification form and stated that it
would permit this licensee to file
comments proposing a change to its
certification to specify maximized
facilities for which it would have been
allowed to certify. KOCE Foundation
requests that its certification for KOCE
be modified to specify KOCE–DT’s
licensed, maximized facilities. The
Commission’s interference analysis
shows that the KOCE licensed facility
causes 0.24 percent new interference to
KAZA, Avalon, CA (analog channel 54,
digital channel 47 for both pre- and
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24. WLLA, Kalamazoo, MI. Christian
Faith Broadcast, Inc. (‘‘Christian Faith’’),
licensee of station WLLA, channel 64,
and WLLA–DT, channel 45, Kalamazoo,
MI, received channel 45 for its TCD in
the proposed DTV Table. Christian Faith
failed to timely file a certification on
FCC Form 381 for this station. Stations
that did not file certifications were
assigned replication facilities for
purposes of the Commission’s channel
election process and interference
evaluation. On October 31, 2005,
Christian Faith filed a request for
acceptance of a late-filed certification on
behalf of WLLA specifying
maximization facilities authorized for
that station. The proposed DTV Table
Appendix B did not reflect this
requested certification change. Christian
Faith subsequently filed comments in
response to the Seventh Further Notice
requesting a change in the proposed
DTV Table to reflect its construction
permit for maximized facilities for this
station. On May 29, 2007, Christian
Faith filed a license application for
WLLA for these maximized facilities.
The authorized and operating
maximized facilities of WLLA cause
2.11 percent new interference to WZPX,
Battle Creek, Michigan (analog channel
43, digital channel 44 for both pre- and
post-transition) and 0.79 percent new
interference to WDIV, Detroit, Michigan
(analog channel 4, digital channel 45 for
both pre- and post-transition).
25. For the reasons discussed supra,
we hereby grant the changes requested
for these eight stations and these
changes are reflected in the DTV Table
Appendix B adopted herein.
3. Requests By Non-Operational
Stations That Do Not Meet Interference
Criteria
26. Comments were filed on behalf of
two stations requesting changes to the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B to
reflect authorized facilities where we
have determined that the interference
caused to another licensee’s existing
TCD exceeds the 0.1 percent
interference standard, there is no
interference agreement with the affected
station(s), and the station requesting the
change is not operational. One of these
stations, WTCV, San Juan, PR, has not
met its burden to demonstrate that
special circumstances justify a waiver,
and we therefore deny its request to
change DTV Table Appendix B. Unlike
the stations discussed above, this station
has not completed construction and
begun DTV service to the public. We do
not believe it is appropriate to change
the facilities specified in DTV Table
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applicable interference standard and is
not yet providing service to the public.
We note that this station could apply in
the future for a modification to specify
maximized facilities. Any such
application would be subject to
interference criteria and other standards
adopted in the Third DTV Periodic
Review Report and Order. As discussed
further below, for one station, WMFD,
Mansfield, Ohio, we will grant the
request to change DTV Table Appendix
B because this station has obtained
international coordination for its
authorized facility.
27. WTCV, San Juan, PR.
International Broadcasting Corporation
(‘‘IBC’’), licensee of station WTCV,
channel 18, and WTCV–DT, channel 32,
San Juan, PR, received channel 32 for its
TCD in the proposed DTV Table. IBC
states in its comments that it originally
intended to operate its post-transition
DTV transmitter from its current analog
tower but was forced to change sites
because of difficulties in obtaining
tower space at its original site for its
digital facilities. According to IBC, after
lengthy negotiations with the tower site
owner, Puerto Rico Telephone
Company, ‘‘it became clear that the
tower structural requirements imposed
at the time made the project
economically unfeasible.’’ IBC therefore
certified to an authorized construction
permit for a different site with
substantially reduced facilities. In its
comments IBC states that it has recently
solved the difficulties of obtaining tower
space to operate from its currently
authorized analog site and has filed an
application for a construction permit to
operate from this site. This application
was pending at the time IBC filed its
comments in response to the Seventh
Further Notice but has now been
granted. IBC requests a change in the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B to
specify the parameters of the
construction permit application that
was pending at the time IBC’s comments
were filed and that has now been
granted. IBC states that the proposed
change in site and technical facilities
will enable WTCV to serve an additional
318,230 viewers. However, the WTCV
facilities requested by IBC would cause
1.49 percent new interference to WSJU–
TV, San Juan, Puerto Rico (analog
channel 30, post-transition digital
channel 31) and WTCV is not currently
operational. As the facilities requested
by IBC would cause new interference in
excess of the 0.1 percent interference
standard and the station is not yet
providing service to the public, we will
deny IBC’s request to change DTV Table
Appendix B.

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28. WMFD, Mansfield, OH. Mid-State
Television, Inc., (‘‘Mid-State’’), licensee
of station WMFD–TV, channel 68 and
WMFD–DT, channel 12, Mansfield, OH,
received channel 12 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. Mid-State certified
to a then-pending maximization
application that had not yet been
authorized due to international
coordination issues. Mid-State states
that, when it filed its pre-election
certification, it indicated that it
intended to operate with the facilities
specified in the then-pending
modification application, but that the
application remained subject to
international coordination. After
certification, the application was
amended to resolve the international
coordination issues and subsequently
was granted in July 2005. The proposed
DTV Table Appendix B specifies the
facilities to which Mid-State certified.
Mid-State requests that DTV Table
Appendix B be changed to reflect the
facilities specified in its July 2005
construction permit. The facilities
requested by Mid-State would cause
1.13 percent interference to WINM,
Angola, Indiana (analog channel 63,
post-transition digital channel 12) and
0.44 percent interference to WBOY,
Clarksburg, West Virginia (analog
channel 12, post-transition digital
channel 12). Neither of the affected
stations filed comments opposing
WMFD’s proposed change to Appendix
B.
29. We will grant Mid-State’s request
and change DTV Table Appendix B
accordingly. This change is reflected in
the DTV Table Appendix B attached
hereto. The change requested by MidState is the result of a negotiated
solution with Canada to resolve
international coordination issues that
prohibit operation of the facility
proposed in the application pending at
the time of certification and to which
Mid-State certified on FCC Form 381.
The Commission has recognized that
stations facing international
coordination issues face unique
challenges in completing the digital
transition. As the result of a
modification to a Canadian DTV
allotment, WMFD states that it is
precluded from constructing the
facilities listed in the proposed DTV
Table Appendix B. If we were to deny
the change requested by Mid-State,
WMFD would be required to identify a
new facility and re-commence the
process of obtaining international
coordination for that facility. Because of
the unique circumstances faced by
WMFD, a station that is already
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and seeks to improve that service, we
believe that grant of the requested
change to DTV Table Appendix B is
warranted and will serve the public
interest.
Requests for Modified Coverage Area
30. We will grant requests filed on
behalf of 30 stations whose posttransition DTV channel is different from
their pre-transition DTV channel to
change the coverage area in the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B. In
general, these commenters argue that
the facilities specified in the proposed
DTV Table Appendix B do not permit
the station to provide service to the area
served by the station’s analog facility.
31. In the creation of the initial Table
of Allotments, DTV channels were
chosen to allow service on the channel
to best match the Grade B service
contour of the analog station with which
it was paired. Implementation of this
replication goal requires a combination
of transmitter site, ERP, directional
antenna characteristics, and antenna
height that is adequate to cover at least
the same area as was served by the
analog station. In the Sixth Report and
Order in this docket (62 FR 26684, May
14, 1997) (‘‘Sixth Report and Order’’),
however, the Commission determined
that the maximum permissible power
for all allotments in the initial DTV
Table would be 1000 kW. For some
stations whose analog channel was in
the VHF band and whose initial DTV
channel was in the UHF band, an ERP
of 1000 kW was not sufficient to permit
replication of the station’s analog
service.
32. On FCC Form 381, the
Commission permitted stations the
choice of certifying to operate their posttransition DTV station based on: (1) A
current station authorization; (2) a
pending application for maximization
that had not been authorized due to a
pending international coordination
issue; or (3) replication facilities.
Stations certifying to replication
facilities that had not changed their
DTV channel since the 1998 DTV
Second MO&O (64 FR 4322, January 28,
1999) (‘‘Second MO&O’’) had their
replication facilities based on the
facilities established in Appendix B of
the Second MO&O.
33. Several commenters argue that,
because of the 1000 kW maximum
imposed in the Sixth Report and Order,
the Commission’s decision to base
replication during the channel election
process on the station’s initial DTV
facilities established in the Second
MO&O rather than the station’s analog
facilities resulted in the Commission
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Appendix B that do not permit the
station to replicate the analog service
area. In other cases, stations filed
comments requesting a change to the
parameters in the proposed DTV Table
Appendix B to modify the station’s
coverage area to permit replication of
the station’s analog coverage area where
the station was not subject to the 1000
kW maximum imposed in the Sixth
Report and Order. These stations,
returning to their analog channel for
post-transition operations, commented
that the proposed DTV Table Appendix
B facilities would not permit replication
of the station’s analog Grade B contour.
For stations returning to their analog
channel, this discrepancy between the
proposed Appendix B parameters and
the analog coverage area may have been
due to translation discrepancies that
occurred over a series of engineering
calculations used to determine
replication. In other cases, stations
simply requested an increase in power
or a change to the station’s antenna
pattern to permit the station to serve
more of the area served by the station’s
analog facilities.
34. In response to the comments filed
on behalf of these stations, we have
recalculated Appendix B facilities based
on replicating the analog coverage that
was used to determine their initial DTV
table facilities. If the recalculation
would result in a reduction in the
Appendix B facilities, we are adopting
herein the larger Appendix B facilities
that we had initially proposed in the
Seventh Further Notice. If the
recalculation would result in a larger
coverage area and our analysis indicates
that the recalculated facilities (1) Meet
the 0.1 percent interference standard
specified in the Second DTV Periodic
Report and Order (69 FR 59500, October
4, 2004) (‘‘Second DTV Periodic Report
and Order’’) or (2) would cause more
than 0.1 percent new interference but
the affected station(s) agree to accept the
interference, we are granting the request
to change DTV Appendix B to reflect the
larger coverage area. These stations are
listed in Appendix D3 and the revised
parameters for these stations are
reflected in the revised DTV Table
Appendix B, infra. There were no
comments filed opposing these
requested changes.
35. We believe that permitting these
changes to the proposed DTV Table is
consistent with our overall goal in the
DTV transition of encouraging
replication of analog service. One of the
Commission’s objectives throughout the
transition has been to permit
broadcasters to reach with digital
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viewers will continue to have access to
the stations that they are accustomed to
receiving over the air. We believe that
the revisions requested by the stations
listed in Appendix D3 will serve the
public interest by permitting those
stations to provide digital service to
more of their established analog
viewers.
36. In addition, three stations
requested changes to the proposed DTV
Table Appendix B to increase the
station’s coverage area, but our
recalculations of the Appendix B
facilities and the subsequent
interference analysis show that the
requested change would result in
interference that would exceed the 0.1
percent interference standard adopted
in the Second DTV Periodic Report and
Order and the affected station has not
agreed to accept this interference. We
deny the requests of these stations, as
described in greater detail below. None
of them are requesting changes to reflect
DTV facilities they are operating or are
authorized to operate. Consistent with
our decisions above, we decline to
change the facilities specified in DTV
Table Appendix B where the station
requesting the change does not meet the
applicable interference standard and is
not yet providing service to the public.
We note, however, that each of these
stations must file an application for
authority to construct its post-transition
facility, and at that time may be able,
consistent with the procedures
ultimately adopted in the Third Periodic
Review proceeding, to specify facilities
in that application that more closely
approach the parameters requested in
their comments. Following is a list of
these stations and a description of their
individual circumstances.
37. WEDU, Tampa, FL. Florida West
Coast Public Broadcasting, Inc.
(‘‘FWCPB’’), licensee of NCE station
WEDU, channel *3, and WEDU–DT,
channel *54, Tampa, FL, received
channel *13 for its TCD in the proposed
DTV Table. FWCPB requests that the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B be
revised to specify omnidirectional
facilities for WEDU at an ERP of 40 kW.
The Commission’s interference analysis
based on recalculated Appendix B
facilities shows that WEDU would cause
1.16 percent new interference to WTLV,
Jacksonville, Florida (analog channel 12,
post-transition digital channel TCD
channel 13).
38. WGTV, Athens, GA. Georgia
Public Telecommunications
Commission (‘‘GPTC’’), licensee of NCE
station WGTV, channel *8, and
permittee of WGTV–DT, channel *12,
Athens, GA, received channel *8 for its
TCD in the proposed DTV Table. GPTC

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requests that the proposed parameters in
DTV Table Appendix B be changed to
permit WGTV to increase power and
operate with an omnidirectional
antenna. The Commission’s interference
analysis based on recalculated
Appendix B facilities shows that WGTV
would cause 0.19 percent new
interference to WCIQ, Mount Cheaha,
Alabama (analog channel 7, posttransition digital channel 7).
39. KOED, Tulsa, OK. Oklahoma
Educational Television Authority
(‘‘OETA’’), licensee of NCE station
KOED–TV, channel *11, and KOED–DT,
channel *38, Tulsa, OK, received
channel *11 for its TCD in the proposed
DTV Table. OETA requests that DTV
Table Appendix B be revised to reflect
an increase in antenna height for KOED.
The Commission’s interference analysis
based on recalculated Appendix B
facilities shows that the KOED would
cause 0.16 percent new interference to
KTUL, Tulsa, Oklahoma (analog
channel 8, post-transition digital
channel 10).
Requests for Alternative Channel
Assignments
40. We will grant certain stations’
requests for an alternative channel
assignment, consistent with our
proposal in the Seventh Further Notice.
In paragraph 25 of the Seventh Further
Notice, the Commission stated that it
would consider requests for alternative
channel assignments only from the
following: (1) Licensees unable to
construct full, authorized DTV facilities
on the TCDs that they requested and
received because, in order to avoid
causing impermissible interference to
other TCDs and still obtain their
preferred channel, they had to agree to
construct facilities on their TCD that are
smaller than those to which they had
certified on FCC Form 381; (2) licensees
with international coordination issues
which the Commission has been unable
to resolve with the Canadian and
Mexican governments; (3) licensees
with TCDs for low-VHF channels
(channels 2–6); and (4) new licensees
and permittees that attained such status
after the start of the channel election
process and to which we assigned a
TCD for post-transition DTV operations
because their assigned NTSC or DTV
channel was determined to cause
impermissible interference to existing
licensees. The Commission stated that
licensees that want to change their DTV
allotment, but which are not in any of
these categories (e.g., are technically
able to construct their full, authorized
DTV facilities on their existing TCD)
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must do so through the existing
allotment procedures.
41. The Commission stated that any
request for an alternative channel
assignment must either meet the 0.1
percent additional interference standard
or be accompanied by a request for a
waiver of the 0.1 percent limit or the
signed written consent of the affected
licensee. The Commission stated that it
would grant waivers of the 0.1 percent
limit where doing so would promote
overall spectrum efficiency and ensure
the best possible service to the public,
including service to local communities.
42. We received comments filed on
behalf of 22 stations requesting a change
in the channel assigned to the station for
post-transition operation in the
proposed DTV Table. For 13 of these
stations, we will grant the requested
channel change. A list of the stations for
which we are granting an alternative
channel appears in Appendix D5, infra,
and we have revised the DTV Table for
these stations accordingly. For each of
these stations, we believe that the
circumstances described by the station
are consistent with one or more of the
criteria for consideration of alternative
channel assignments outlined in the
Seventh Further Notice. Furthermore,
none require waiver of the 0.1 percent
interference standard, because they
either do not exceed that limit or have
acquired the agreement of the affected
station(s).
43. For two stations, we deny the
request for an alternative channel
assignment. According to the
Commission’s interference analysis, the
new channels requested by these
stations cause interference to another
station in excess of the 0.1 percent
standard and there is no agreement with
the affected station accepting this
interference. As discussed below, we
decline to waive our interference limit
for these stations. Following is a brief
discussion of these two stations and the
relevant circumstances.
44. KCWX, Fredericksburg, TX.
Corridor Television LLP, Inc.,
(‘‘Corridor’’), licensee of singleton
station KCWX, channel 2,
Fredericksburg, TX, received channel 5
for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table.
Corridor requests the substitution of
channel 8 for its TCD of channel 5.
Corridor recognizes that the allotment of
channel 8 to KCWX would require a
waiver of the 0.1 percent interference
standard, but argues that grant of a
waiver would contribute to clearing the
lower VHF band so that it can be used
for other purposes. In addition, Corridor
states that it serves viewers in a rural
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result in fewer signal reception
difficulties for these viewers than
channel 5. Corridor also argues that
operation on channel 8 would reduce its
operating costs.
45. Corridor argues that, with respect
to new channel allotments after the
transition, the Commission proposed to
utilize an interference protection
requirement based on engineering
criteria (e.g., permissible interference),
rather than geographic spacing, and to
use an interference standard of 0.5
percent. Corridor argues that this
proposed standard should be given
significant weight in considering
requests to waive the 0.1 percent
standard in connection with the TCD
selection process. The Commission’s
interference analysis shows that the
requested change would cause 0.79
percent interference to KTBC, Austin,
Texas (analog channel 7, post-transition
digital channel 7) and 0.47 percent
interference to NCE station KLRN, San
Antonio, Texas (analog channel 9, posttransition digital channel 9). KTBC
License, Inc., licensee of KTBC, filed an
opposition to Corridor’s request to
waive the 0.1 percent interference limit.
In addition, Alamo Public
Telecommunications Council, licensee
of KLRN, filed an opposition to
Corridor’s request, also arguing that
Corridor should not receive a waiver of
the 0.1 percent interference standard.
46. We note that the 0.5 percent
standard is only a proposal and a
different standard could be adopted.
Moreover, the new interference caused
to KTBC, 0.79 percent, not only
significantly exceeds the current 0.1
percent interference standard applied to
channel substitution requests, it also
exceeds even the proposed 0.5 percent
standard. In view of the significant level
of impermissible interference caused by
the proposed KCWX channel
substitution, we decline to waive our
interference limit in this situation. We
do not believe that a waiver in these
circumstances would promote overall
spectrum efficiency or ensure the best
possible television service to the public
or the local community.
47. WMYT, Rock Hill, SC. WMYT–TV,
Inc., (‘‘WMYT’’), licensee of station
WMYT–TV, channel 55, and permittee
of WMYT–DT, channel 39, Rock Hill,
SC, received channel 39 for its TCD in
the proposed DTV Table. WMYT
requests the substitution of Channel 46
for its TCD of Channel 39. WMYT
argues that Channel 46 is fully spaced
to other stations, while Channel 39 is
short-spaced to two stations. WMYT
also argues that the station would cause
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assigned ERP on Channel 39. In
addition, WMYT states that operation
on Channel 46 would permit it to serve
up to 500,000 additional viewers. The
Commission’s interference analysis
shows that the requested change would
cause 0.64 percent new interference to
WYCW, Asheville, NC (analog 62, posttransition digital channel 45).
48. In view of the level of interference
caused to WYCW, we do not believe it
is appropriate to waive our interference
standard in this situation. The level of
interference caused is far in excess of
the applicable 0.1 percent standard. In
addition, the new interference caused to
WYCW of 0.64 percent exceeds even the
0.5 percent new interference standard
we proposed apply to new channel
allotments after the transition. As we
concluded with respect to the proposed
channel substitution of KCWX, supra, in
view of the significant level of
impermissible interference that would
be caused by the WMYT request we do
not believe that a waiver of our
interference standard would promote
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Additional Requests to Change
Appendix B Facilities
Antenna Information
49. We deny the requests of certain
stations seeking to add antenna
identification numbers to the proposed
post-transition DTV Table Appendix B.
Several stations requested that we
change the proposed DTV Table
Appendix B to include such antenna
identification numbers. In developing
the proposed post-transition DTV Table
Appendix B, we did not include any
antenna identification number for
stations operating with an
omnidirectional antenna. An
omnidirectional antenna provides the
same power level in every azimuthal
direction and antenna identification
numbers are only used for directional
antennas in order to determine the
different power levels in each direction.
Accordingly, where stations request the
addition of an antenna identification
number to Appendix B, we will not
make that change if our database
indicates that the station is authorized
for an omnidirectional antenna.
50. In addition, Scripps Howard
Broadcasting requests that we change
Appendix B for KNXV, Phoenix,
Arizona and WCPO, Cincinnati, Ohio to
reflect an antenna pattern value of ‘‘1’’
for 110 degrees. Trinity Broadcasting of
Indiana, Inc. makes a similar request for
WCLJ, Bloomington, Indiana. The
channel allotments for KNXV and WCLJ
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antennas, so we will delete the antenna
identification number in Appendix B for
these stations. For WCPO, the correct
110 degree value of 1 was used when we
generated Appendix B and we will
correct the antenna pattern in the FCC’s
CDBS database. Finally, Griffin Tulsa II
Licensing, LLC requests that we change
Appendix B for KQCW, Muskogee, OK
to reflect a relative field value of
‘‘0.958’’ instead of ‘‘0.096’’ in the
reference pattern at 280 degrees. We
have made this change and it is
reflected on Appendix B, infra.
Speculative Requests To Change
Appendix B Facilities
51. We reject the premature or
incomplete requests of certain stations
seeking changes to their facilities as
proposed in the post-transition DTV
Table Appendix B when these changes
pertain to speculative future events or
could best be accomplished through the
upcoming application process. These
requests are not for modifications of the
coverage area as defined by the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B to
match authorized or licensed coverage.
Instead, these stations comment that
they may be unable to serve the
coverage area, which is described in the
proposed DTV Table Appendix B, on
their post-transition channel due to
differences in station parameters on the
new channel or different equipment the
station would like to use. These are
changes that should be requested in an
application to construct or modify posttransition facilities on the new channel
filed consistent with the procedures and
standards for such applications adopted
in the Third DTV Periodic Review
proceeding, including compliance with
the filing freeze and interference
standard.
52. Commenters notified the
Commission of possible future changes
to the parameters for 13 stations. See
Comments of Pappas Entities, filed Jan.
25, 2007, at 4–5 (relating to station
KSWT–DT, Yuma, AZ) and at 6 (relating
to station KDBC–DT, El Paso, TX);
Comments of Mission Broadcasting Inc.
(‘‘Mission’’), filed Jan. 25, 2007, at 6–7
(relating to station KJTL–DT, Wichita
Falls, TX) and at 10 (relating to WFXP–
DT, Erie, PA); See Comments of Twin
Cities, at 3 (relating to NCE station
KTCI–DT, St. Paul, MN); Comments of
The Arizona Board of Regents (‘‘Arizona
Board’’), filed Jan. 25, 2007, at 1
(relating to NCE station KAET–DT,
Phoenix, AZ); Comments of Barrington
Peoria License LLC (‘‘Barrington
Peoria’’), filed Jan. 25, 2007, at 1
(relating to NCE station WHOI–DT,
Peoria, IL); Comments of the Board of
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University (‘‘Northern Michigan’’), filed
Jan. 10, 2007, at 2 (relating to NCE
station WNMU–DT, Marquette, MI);
Comments of Puerto Rico Public
Broadcasting Corporation, filed Jan. 25,
2007 (relating to station WIPR–DT, San
Juan, PR); Comments of PTCB at 1
(relating to station KPCB–DT, Snyder,
TX, whose proposed post-transition
DTV Appendix B facilities accurately
reflect the coverage of the KPCB
certified construction permit);
Comments of CBS Corporation (‘‘CBS’’),
filed Jan. 25, 2007, at 4 (relating to
station KCBS–DT, Los Angeles, CA);
and Comments of Tribune Broadcasting
Company (‘‘Tribune’’), filed Jan. 29,
2007, at 5 (relating to stations WGNO–
DT and WNOL–DT, New Orleans, LA).
In general, these commenters anticipate
filing requests for changes to station
parameters in the future, but do not yet
have all of the information necessary to
request changes at this time. See, e.g.,
Comments of Pappas Entities at 4–5
(stating intent to duplicate its analog
facilities for KSWT–DT) and at 6
(speculating possible need for new site
for KDBC–DT); Comments of Mission at
6–7 and at 10 (stating future intent to
modify KJTL–DT and WFXP–DT); and
Comments of Tribune at 3 (stating intent
to apply for different facilities not yet
determined for WGNO–DT and WNOL–
DT, both of which were destroyed by
Hurricane Katrina). On July 23, 2007,
Tribune filed an ex parte specifying the
new parameters for these stations. See
Tribune ex parte (dated July 23, 2007).
In addition, in cases where a station
certified to replication facilities or will
not use its current DTV channel for
post-transition operations, some stations
comment that they may not be able to
construct the precise facilities specified
in the proposed DTV Table Appendix B.
For example, Pappas Entities, which
certified to replication facilities for
KSWT–DT, argues in its comments that
it is virtually impossible for a VHF
directional antenna to duplicate exactly
the directional pattern originally
designed for a UHF antenna. This issue
was addressed in the Third DTV
Periodic Review NPRM (72 FR 37310,
July 9, 2007) (‘‘Third DTV Periodic
Review NPRM’’) at ¶¶ 92–93 (proposing
post-transition application rules and
procedures). In general, these stations
note that, while the station seeks to
serve the same coverage area on the
post-transition channel as defined by
the facilities specified in Appendix B,
the station will operate with different
equipment and/or other parameters on
the channel than those specified in
Appendix B. See, e.g., Comments of
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another station’s existing antenna for
KTCI–DT); Comments of Arizona Board
at 1 (stating intent to use its analog
channel’s existing antenna for KAET–
DT); Comments of Barrington Peoria at
1 (stating intent to use its analog
channel’s existing top-mounted antenna
site for WHOI–DT); Comments of
Northern Michigan at 2 (stating intent to
use its analog channel’s existing
antenna site for WNMU–DT); Comments
of PTCB at 1 (stating intent to use its
analog channel’s parameters for KPCB–
DT); and Comments of CBS at 4 (stating
intent to use another station’s
parameters for KCBS–DT). We find that
these speculative or incomplete requests
are not yet ripe for Commission action.
If and when these stations need to
request changes to station parameters
and have full information regarding the
nature of the changes, the station should
file a request following the procedures
appropriate for the change requested.
53. In response to these premature or
speculative requests to modify facilities,
we refer commenters to our discussion
in the Third DTV Periodic Review
NPRM concerning the rules and
procedures for filing applications for
construction permits to build stations’
post-transition (DTV) facilities and to
request authorization to maximize
facilities. We remind stations that they
must file construction permit or
modification applications (i.e., FCC
Form 301 or 340) if they need to request
authority to construct or modify their
post-transition facilities. Moreover, in
the Third DTV Periodic Review NPRM,
the Commission proposed that stations
must limit their applications to those
facilities specified in the new DTV
Table Appendix B and that applications
requesting facilities that would serve a
larger area than stations’ new DTV Table
Appendix B facilities would not be
accepted. Stations that wish to apply for
reduced facilities may do so, but must
comply with the reduction standard
ultimately adopted in the Third DTV
Periodic Report and Order.
54. The appropriate rules, procedures
and timing for filing these applications
will depend on whether the station will
be using its current DTV channel or
another channel for post-transition
operations. Stations KSWT–DT, KDBC–
DT, KJTL–DT and WFXP–DT will use
their current DTV channel for posttransition operations. These stations,
and others that seek to modify their
facility on their current DTV channel,
may file an application at any time,
provided they comply with the relevant
interference standard and do not violate
the filing freeze. In response to Pappas
Entities’ request for clarification on this
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not preclude the filing of an application
to modify a construction permit to
specify facilities listed for the station in
the post-transition DTV Table Appendix
B. Accordingly, Pappas can file for
modification based on current rules and
procedures and does not need a waiver
of the freeze. However, to the extent that
Pappas seeks a change in its posttransition DTV facilities that would
result in an expanded or shifted
coverage area, such a change would
violate the filing freeze and Pappas must
wait until the freeze is lifted to make
such a request.
55. Stations KTCI–DT, KAET–DT,
WHOI–DT, WNMU–DT, KPCB–DT,
WIPR–DT, and KCBS–DT will use a
different channel from their current
DTV channel for post-transition
operations. These stations, and others
that seek to use their analog channel or
a new channel for post-transition
operations, may not file an application
to construct their post-transition
facilities until the final post-transition
rules and procedures are established by
the Report and Order in the Third DTV
Periodic Review proceeding. We
recognize that these stations may need
to request different parameters from
those specified in the post-transition
DTV Table Appendix B, even though
these stations are not seeking to change
the coverage area of their post-transition
channel. These stations should address
this situation in their applications for
their post-transition channels. If a
station that is moving to a different
channel for post-transition use
determines that the parameters
necessary to serve the coverage area
specified in the post-transition DTV
Table Appendix B differ from those
specified in the post-transition DTV
Table Appendix B, it should apply for
those changes in its application. The
Commission will evaluate those
applications using the interference
standard and other processing standards
adopted in the Third DTV Periodic
Report and Order.
56. We note that some commenters
have asked for changes to the proposed
post-transition DTV Table Appendix B
facilities to conform to specific parts of
their licensed or authorized facilities.
Although we are allowing stations to
change their certifications and posttransition DTV Table Appendix B
facilities to reflect an existing license or
authorization, stations must conform to
all portions of that license or
authorization and may not choose
various parts of that license or
authorization.
57. WGNO and WNOL, New Orleans,
LA. Tribune Television New Orleans,
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WGNO, channel 26, and permittee of
WGNO–DT, channel 15, New Orleans,
LA, received channel 26 for its TCD in
the proposed DTV Table. Tribune is also
the licensee of station WNOL, channel
38, and permittee of WNOL–DT,
channel 40, New Orleans, LA, which
received channel 15 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. Tribune states that
the analog and digital transmission
facilities of both of these stations were
destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Tribune
states that it has worked to resume and
then improve reduced-power analog
operations for both stations but that it
has not yet been able to restore DTV
operations. Tribune is evaluating
alternative sites for the DTV operations
of these stations and recently reported
that it has finalized negotiations to
relocate the digital operations of the
stations to another tower. Tribune
recently filed an ex parte to request that
the proposed DTV allotments for WGNO
and WNOL be changed to reflect the
technical parameters for the facilities it
will construct at the new site. The
Commission is committed to continuing
to work with stations affected by
Hurricane Katrina to help those stations
commence or re-commence operations.
Because this request applies to posttransition operations, we will offer the
proposal for further comment.
Proposals Subject to the Filing Freeze
58. We deny the requests of stations
seeking a waiver of the filing freeze,
except for one station which has
demonstrated unique circumstances.
Seven stations filed comments
requesting a change in and/or expansion
of the facilities specified in the
proposed post-transition DTV Table
Appendix B that is inconsistent with the
August 2004 filing freeze. This freeze on
the filing of certain applications was
imposed to provide for a stable database
while the Commission developed the
post-transition DTV Table. The freeze
precludes any expansion of a station’s
post-transition noise limited service
contour beyond that of the station’s
certified Grade B contour. The freeze
remains in effect while the DTV Table
is being finalized to assist the
Commission in providing stations with
authorizations for post-transition
facilities. The stations whose comments
are discussed below are not requesting
changes to DTV Table Appendix B to
reflect authorized facilities to which
they could have certified on FCC Form
381, consistent with the 0.1 percent
interference standard, or to match
constructed and operating facilities. In
contrast, the stations discussed below
are requesting changes that violate the
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for a change to certified facilities
discussed in the Seventh Further Notice.
59. For one station, WLAE, New
Orleans, LA, we hereby waive the filing
freeze and make the changes requested
to the DTV Table Appendix B adopted
herein. For the reasons discussed below,
we believe that a waiver of the freeze for
this station is warranted. For the other
stations discussed below, we decline to
waive the filing freeze and decline to
make the requested changes to
Appendix B. In order to preserve the
integrity of the licensing process and
avoid giving certain stations an unfair
advantage over others in seeking
expanded facilities, we have granted
waivers of the filing freeze only in very
limited circumstances. In general, before
we can consider stations’ requests to
modify and, in particular, expand their
DTV facilities, we must first ensure that
all stations can at least provide digital
service to their analog viewers by the
transition date. Except for the unique
circumstances present in the case of
WLAE, we find that these stations have
failed to demonstrate that a waiver of
the freeze would advance their
transition to DTV or that the station’s
circumstances warrant a waiver of the
freeze for any other reason. A
description of these stations’ individual
circumstances is provided below.
60. WLAE, New Orleans, LA.
Educational Broadcasting Foundation,
Inc. (‘‘EBFI’’), licensee of NCE station
WLAE, channel 32 and permittee of
WLAE–DT, channel 31, New Orleans,
LA, received channel 31 for its TCD in
the proposed DTV Table. EBFI did not
file a Form 381 for WLAE and,
accordingly, the station received
replication facilities in the proposed
post-transition DTV Table Appendix B.
At the time that certifications were due,
WLAE–DT had a construction permit for
maximized facilities. In August 2005,
WLAE’s facilities were destroyed by
Hurricane Katrina. EBFI now asks to
change the station’s certification to its
previously authorized maximized
facilities.
61. We will waive the freeze to allow
WLAE–DT to apply for the maximized
facilities specified in its initial
construction permit. WLAE was one of
the 41 stations expressly invited to
request maximized facilities for which
they would have been allowed to
certify. As noted above, the WLAE–DT
maximized facilities were authorized at
the time that certifications were filed.
Our actions herein will aid in the
restoration of public television service
to the city of New Orleans.
62. WBPG, Gulf Shores, AL. LIN of
Alabama, L.L.C. (‘‘LIN’’), singleton
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channel 55, Gulf Shores, AL, received
channel 25 for its TCD in the proposed
DTV Table. The previous licensee of
WBPG certified on FCC Form 381 that
the station did not have a digital
allotment and would operate posttransition based on its currently
authorized analog facilities. In
comments filed to this proceeding, LIN
seeks to maximize its Appendix B
facilities for WBPG by increasing its
ERP, changing its antenna pattern, and
changing transmitter location. The
changes requested would violate the
filing freeze. LIN does not have an
existing authorization for these facilities
and does not meet the criteria for a
change to certified facilities discussed
in the Seventh Further Notice.
63. WUOA, Tuscaloosa, AL. The
Board of Trustees of the University of
Alabama (‘‘University of Alabama’’),
singleton licensee of analog station
WUOA, channel 23, Tuscaloosa, AL,
received channel 23 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. The previous
licensee of WUOA, Channel 23, LLC,
certified in its FCC Form 381 that it did
not have a DTV channel allotment and
intended to operate its post-transition
station based on its currently authorized
analog license. In comments filed to this
proceeding, the University of Alabama
seeks to maximize the Appendix B
facilities for WUOA by increasing the
permitted ERP, changing the antenna
pattern, and changing transmitter
location. The facilities requested would
violate the filing freeze. The University
of Alabama does not have an existing
authorization for such facilities and the
request does not meet the criteria for a
change to certified facilities discussed
in the Seventh Further Notice.
64. KQSD, Lowry, SD. South Dakota
Board of Directors for Educational
Telecommunications (‘‘SDBD’’),
licensee of NCE station KQSD–TV,
channel *11 and KQSD–DT, channel
*15, Lowry, SD, received its analog
channel *11 for its TCD in the proposed
DTV Table. In its FCC Form 381, SDBD
certified to replication facilities and was
given the allotted replication facilities
in the proposed Appendix B. In its
comments, SDBD requests a change in
Appendix B for KQSD–DT to increase
the HAAT and change the geographic
coordinates. These changes violate the
filing freeze. KQSD does not have a
current authorization for these facilities
and the request does not meet the
criteria for a change to certified facilities
discussed in the Seventh Further Notice.
65. KNVA, Austin, TX. 54
Broadcasting, Inc. (‘‘54 Broadcasting’’),
licensee of station KNVA, channel 54,
and KNVA–DT, channel 49, Austin, TX,
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proposed DTV Table. In its FCC Form
381, 54 Broadcasting certified that
KNVA would operate post-transition at
maximized facilities as authorized by an
existing construction permit. 54
Broadcasting’s comments request that
its allotment be changed to allow
operation post-transition at a lower ERP
but using an omnidirectional instead of
a directional antenna to provide more
viewers with DTV service. These
requested changes would violate the
freeze. KNVA does not have a current
authorization for these facilities and the
request does not meet the criteria for a
change to certified facilities discussed
in the Seventh Further Notice.
66. KPXC, Denver, CO. Paxson Denver
License, Inc. (‘‘Paxson’’), licensee of
station KPXC-TV, channel 59, and
permittee of KPXC-DT, channel 43,
Denver, CO, received channel 43 for its
TCD in the proposed DTV Table. In its
FCC Form 381, Paxson certified to
replication facilities, which are reflected
in the proposed Appendix B parameters
for KPXC-DT. In its comments, Paxson
seeks a change in KPXC’s certified
facilities to conform to those it recently
requested in a January 2007
construction permit application,
including a site change. Paxson states
that the would-be tower owner at the
original KPXC-DT site received initial
local zoning board approval from the
Board of Commissioners of Jefferson
County in 2003, which was affirmed by
the Jefferson County District Court. In
2006, however, the decision was
overturned by the Colorado Appeals
Court which remanded the case to the
Board of Commissioners. The Board of
Commissioners subsequently sought
certiorari from the Colorado Supreme
Court, which has yet to make a decision.
Paxson states it ‘‘has no expectation that
it could construct the station on Mt.
Morrison before the statutory
termination of analog service’’ and it
would thus be ‘‘more reasonable for the
allotment to correspond to the
parameters proposed in the new CP
application.’’
67. Paxson’s request would result in
a significant shift in the area served by
KPXC, such that the station’s digital
signal would not reach a large area that
is currently served by this station, and
would violate the filing freeze. We are
concerned, however, about the zoning
issue faced by this station and by
Paxson’s stated expectation that it will
not be able to construct its full DTV
facility before the transition deadline on
February 17, 2009. While we do not
believe that shifting Paxson’s coverage
as proposed is the proper resolution,
and therefore deny Paxson’s request for
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Paxson to propose another site that
would result in a less dramatic change
to its current service area and
population. We will consider such a
request in the application process
following adoption of the Report and
Order in the Third DTV Periodic Review
proceeding. We also urge Paxson to
keep us informed concerning progress
and events in the zoning case in
Colorado.
68. WMHT, Schenectady, NY. WMHT
Educational Telecommunications
(‘‘WMHT’’), licensee of NCE station
WMHT-TV, channel *17, and permittee
of WMHT-DT, channel *34,
Schenectady, NY, received channel *34
for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table.
In its comments, WMHT supports the
proposed allotment of channel *34 but
requests a change of its community of
license from Schenectady to Albany.
WMHT argues that it should be allowed
to change its community of license
because its market is defined as a
hyphenated market, SchenectadyAlbany, in the NTSC Table of
Allotments. In addition, WMHT argues
that the station’s ‘‘Troy studio and
Altamont tower locations permit it to
serve the entire New York Capital
District and beyond.’’ No other
comments were filed related to this
TCD.
69. We decline to make the allotment
change requested by WMHT at this
time. The Commission did not use
hyphenated markets in the initial DTV
Table and did not use hyphenated
markets in the new DTV Table proposed
in the Seventh Further Notice. While the
market may have been hyphenated in
the NTSC Table, WMHT’s license lists
the station’s market as Schenectady and
not as a hyphenated market. WMHT’s
request to change its community of
license is precluded by the
Commission’s filing freeze. We further
conclude that WMHT has not
demonstrated that a waiver of the freeze
is warranted. WMHT does not suggest
that the change in community of license
is necessary to advance its digital
transition process. Instead, WMHT
states only that the proposed change
‘‘entails no change in the current
operation,’’ ‘‘will result in no
diminution of service to Schenectady,’’
and is intended for ‘‘future state
funding, grant funding, and membership
recruitment’’ because an Albany
community license provides ‘‘greater
recognition to the licensee’s
operations.’’ We note that WMHT may
seek a change in its community of
license after the freeze is lifted,
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Stations Not Eligible To Participate in
the Channel Election Process
70. We deny the requests of pending
applicants for a new television station to
add new allotments to the posttransition DTV Table. Comments were
filed by such pending applicants
arguing that the Commission failed to
include such allotments in the proposed
DTV Table. In each case, the commenter
has an application for a construction
permit for a new television station on
the requested new allotment pending at
the Commission. In the Second DTV
Periodic Report and Order, the
Commission made it clear that only
Commission licensees and permittees
would be eligible to participate in the
channel election process. Applicants for
new stations and petitioners for new
allotments were expressly excluded
from making elections. In the Seventh
Further Notice, we noted that a number
of pending applications for new
television stations had been granted
since the start of the channel election
process, and we accommodated those
permittees with TCDs in the proposed
DTV Table. In addition, we announced
a method by which we would assign
TCDs to other new permittees whose
pending applications for new television
stations were granted before an Order
finalizing the DTV Table is adopted. We
also stated that, before the end of the
transition, we would issue an NPRM to
amend the DTV Table in order to allot
a DTV channel for each remaining
authorized facility that does not have an
allotted DTV channel. Thus, if any other
pending applications are granted before
the end of the transition, we will
attempt to accommodate these stations
with a DTV channel for post transition
operation.
Stations Awaiting International
Coordination
71. In the Seventh Further Notice, the
Commission noted that proposed
allotments near the U.S.-Canadian and
U.S.-Mexican borders require
coordination with those countries. The
Commission stated that our
international negotiations are
continuing in a cooperative manner and
we indicated that we do not believe that
these negotiations will delay stations’
ability to construct their post-transition
facilities. We continue to believe that
international coordination of digital
allotments will proceed in a manner
that will allow affected stations to
construct digital facilities by the
transition deadline. In some cases,
however, stations may need to proceed
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Mexico, even if those facilities differ
from the preferred facilities sought by
the station, if international coordination
issues arise that delay action on a
pending application and those issues
cannot be resolved in time to allow
construction to be completed before the
end of the transition.
72. We note that all stations in the
U.S.-Canadian or U.S.-Mexican border
area with a TCD on a channel that is not
their current digital channel will have to
file an application for the TCD channel
following adoption of the Report and
Order in the Third DTV Periodic Review
proceeding. A list of these stations is
attached hereto in Appendix D4. The
Commission is working to coordinate all
Appendix B facilities as a group so that
individual applications do not need to
be coordinated. If there are
circumstances where this is not
possible, the Commission will work
with these stations to expedite
international coordination of their
applications.
73. In the Seventh Further Notice, the
Commission identified two allotments
for which it had received recent
objections from Industry Canada:
WBSF–DT, (TCD on channel 46), Bay
City, MI and KAYU–DT, (TCD on
channel 28), Spokane, WA. The
Commission included the TCDs for
these channels in the proposed DTV
Table, but sought comment from these
licensees concerning whether they are
willing to reduce coverage on the TCD
in order to address Canadian concerns.
The Commission also noted that these
licensees could request an alternative
post-transition DTV allotment. Both of
these stations have filed comments
indicating their belief that the current
proposed TCD does not in fact cause
impermissible interference, and have
submitted engineering statements in
support of their positions. These
stations request that the Commission
continue to negotiate with Industry
Canada to permit them to operate on the
TCD proposed in the Seventh Further
Notice. We are adopting our proposed
allotments for these stations, subject to
our continuing negotiations with
Canada which relate to these allotments
as well as all other new DTV allotments
in the border area.
Resolution of TCDs Pending After
Round Three
74. We adopt our tentative
conclusions in the Seventh Further
Notice with respect to the resolution of
four allotments that remained
outstanding after TCDs were announced
for the third round of channel elections.
The Commission noted that these TCDs
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cases in crowded markets necessitating
waiver of the freeze or the 0.1 percent
interference standard in order to find
appropriate channels for post-transition
operation that would ensure the best
possible service to the public and
promote overall spectrum efficiency. We
received comments from some of the
parties involved in these cases and
address each of these proposed
allotments below.
75. WABC, New York, NY. American
Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (‘‘ABC’’),
the licensee of station WABC–TV,
channel 7 and WABC–DT, channel 45,
New York, NY, was granted a waiver of
the 0.1 percent interference standard in
the Seventh Further Notice and received
channel 7 for its TCD in the proposed
DTV Table. ABC and The New Jersey
Public Broadcasting Authority
(‘‘NJPBA’’), the permittee of WNJB–DT,
channel *8, New Brunswick, NJ, filed
comments related to this TCD. During
the channel election process, NJPBA
initially objected to the grant of a waiver
for WABC and later sought a waiver of
the freeze to move its digital operations
on channel 8 to New York City. These
arguments were fully considered by the
Commission in deciding to grant ABC’s
request for waiver of the 0.1 percent
interference standard, required in light
of the predicted 2.8 percent new
interference to WNJB. The Commission
concluded that the loss of service for
WABC would affect current viewers of
WABC, while the predicted loss of
service for WNJB would affect areas
outside of its current service area and
primarily outside of the state of New
Jersey. The Commission noted that
WABC has been a pioneer of digital
service, having built full-power digital
operations in 2001 and re-built them
first at Four Times Square and then on
the Empire State Building, with a backup facility at Alpine Tower in New
Jersey, after the September 11, 2001 loss
of the World Trade Center. In addition,
the Commission noted that allotting
channel 7 to WABC would eliminate
any interference concerns between
WABC and both WEDH–TV, an NCE
station in Hartford, CT (analog channel
*24, post-transition digital channel *45),
and WOLF–TV in Hazleton, PA (analog
channel 56, post-transition digital
channel 45).
76. Because ABC sought the waiver
during the channel election process,
both parties had an opportunity to
present their arguments prior to the
adoption of the Seventh Further Notice.
We find that NJPBA has not raised any
new arguments that would cause us to
reverse our grant of the interference
standard waiver to ABC. We note that
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statement in the Seventh Further Notice
that WNJB had not built its digital
facility. In fact, WNJB has built only
smaller DTV facilities pursuant to STA
and has still not constructed its full,
authorized DTV facility, in contrast to
WABC’s early construction and
rebuilding of full DTV facilities after the
September 11, 2001 destruction of their
facilities.
77. NJPBA also claims that, based on
an agreement between the parties, it is
entitled to a waiver of the Commission’s
current freeze on modification
applications and thereby allowed to colocate its transmitting facilities at Four
Times Square in New York City. As
noted by ABC, NJPBA did not file its
application and waiver request to
modify WNJB–DT’s facilities until after
release of the Seventh Further Notice.
Moreover, NJPBA offers no showing that
it could not achieve its transition absent
a waiver of the freeze. Thus, we disagree
with NJPBA that allotment of channel 7
to ABC necessitates, or entitles NJPBA
to, a waiver of the freeze. The Media
Bureau will consider WNJB’s
application and waiver request in the
normal course of processing. As noted
in the Seventh Further Notice,
consideration of NJPBA’s application is
best left until after the filing freeze is
lifted. Accordingly, we allot channel 7
to WABC.
78. WEDH, Hartford, CT and WEDN,
Norwich, CT. Connecticut Public
Broadcasting, Inc. (‘‘CPBI’’), the licensee
of NCE stations WEDH, channel *24,
permittee of WEDH–DT, channel *32,
Hartford, CT and WEDN, channel *53,
permittee of WEDN–DT, channel *9,
Norwich, CT, received a TCD of channel
*45 for WEDH in Hartford and a TCD of
channel *9 for WEDN in Norwich in the
proposed DTV Table. In proposing these
allotments, the Commission found it
necessary to supersede a pending swap
application and rulemaking pertaining
to CPBI’s pre-transition facilities. CPBI
filed comments in favor of these
proposed allotments. No comments
were filed opposing these proposed
allotments. Accordingly, we allot
channel *45 to WEDH, Hartford, CT and
channel *9 to WEDN, Norwich, CT.
79. Although CPBI supported the
post-transition allotments, it objected to
the Commission’s decision to supersede
the swap application and channel
substitution rulemaking proceedings
associated with the changes CPBI
requested for its Hartford and Norwich
stations. We cannot reinstate these
applications without vitiating the basis
for the post-transition channel
allotments for WEDH and WEDN. We
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transition DTV operations. In that
regard, we note that the Third DTV
Periodic Review NPRM seeks comment
on a proposal to allow stations that are
moving to new post-transition channels
(such as WEDH and WEDN) to begin
operating on their new channels before
the transition date, under certain
conditions. If such a proposal is
adopted, CPBI would be able to apply
for pre-transition DTV operations on
their new allotments.
80. KTFK, Stockton, CA. Telefutura
Sacramento, LLC (‘‘Telefutura’’), the
licensee of station KTFK–TV, channel
64, and KTFK–DT, channel 62,
Stockton, CA, was granted a waiver of
the filing freeze in the Seventh Further
Notice to permit it to modify KTFK’s
certified facilities and receive channel
26 for its TCD in the proposed DTV
Table. No comments were filed
opposing this proposed allotment.
Accordingly, we adopt this TCD and
allot channel 26 to KTFK, Stockton, CA.
81. KVIE, Sacramento, CA. KVIE, Inc.,
the licensee of NCE station KVIE,
channel *6 and KVIE–DT, channel *53,
Sacramento, CA, was granted a waiver
of the 0.1 percent interference standard
and received channel *9 for its TCD in
the proposed DTV Table. KVIE, Inc.
filed comments in favor of the proposed
allotment. No comments were filed
opposing this proposed allotment.
Accordingly, we adopt this TCD and
allot channel *9 to KVIE(TV),
Sacramento, CA.
TCDs for New Permittees Granted
During Proceeding
82. We adopt the TCDs announced for
the six new permittees in the New
Permittees Public Notice (72 FR 2485,
January 19, 2007) (‘‘New Permittees
Public Notice’’). As discussed, supra,
six pending applications were granted
during this rulemaking, and proposed
TCDs for the new permittees were
published for comment in the New
Permittees Public Notice. There were no
comments, or only favorable comments,
regarding the TCDs of five of the
permittees, and they are therefore
included in this Report and Order’s
modified DTV Table and Appendix B.
An objection was raised to the TCD of
one of the new permittees, and is
discussed below.
83. KCWV, Duluth, MN. George S.
Flinn, III, new permittee of station
KCWV-TV, channel 27, Duluth, MN,
received channel 27 for KCWV’s TCD in
the Public Notice. The State of
Wisconsin—Educational
Communications Board (‘‘ECB’’) filed
comments in opposition. ECB is the
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received channel 27 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. ECB states its
belief that the proposed allotment of
channel 27 to Duluth ‘‘would cause
interference to WHWC–DT for 10,995
persons, or 1.290 percent of its noise
limited service area,’’ including ‘‘new
interference from Duluth channel 27 of
0.345 percent of the population served.’’
ECB asks the Commission to instead
assign channel 47 to KCWV, arguing
that such an allotment ‘‘would cause
considerably less interference.’’ Mr.
Flinn did not file a reply.
84. Prior to the issuance of the New
Permittees Public Notice, the TCDs of all
new permittees were analyzed using
computer software techniques that have
been validated through extensive testing
and comparison of results with similar
software used by other parties
participating in this proceeding. At that
time, the Commission’s interference
analysis indicated that no station would
receive impermissible interference from
KCWV’s TCD. We have considered the
analysis offered in ECB’s pleadings, and
we find that they do not match our
findings. We are confident that the
results of our interference analysis are
correct and accurately reflect the service
areas to be provided with the facilities
specified and the interference
conditions that are expected to be
present among stations. We therefore
include KCWV in the modified DTV
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Stations To Be Deleted From the DTV
Table
85. Two stations, Delta College,
licensee of NCE station WDCP–TV,
University Center, MI, analog channel
*19 and permittee of DTV channel *18,
and Rockfleet Broadcasting II, LLC,
(‘‘Rockfleet’’) licensee of station WFUP,
channel 45, and permittee of WFUP–DT,
channel 59, Vanderbilt, MI (satellite
station of WFUX–TV, Cadillac, MI),
have notified us that they do not intend
to construct DTV facilities and will
cease operation after February 17, 2009.
Delta College filed a comment and
requested that we delete the TCD for
WDCP on channel 18 from the Table of
Allotments.
86. Rockfleet notified us during the
first round of the channel elections that
it does not intend to construct a posttransition DTV facility for WFUP.
Rockfleet explained that Vanderbilt will
be served by the digital signal of
WFUX–DT. Consequently, we did not
assign a TCD for this station. Rockfleet
will surrender its license for
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4. Other Requests
87. WSWP, Grandview, WV. We grant
the request of West Virginia Educational
Broadcasting Authority (‘‘WVEBA’’),
licensee of NCE station WSWP–TV,
channel *9 and permittee of WSWP–DT,
channel *53, Grandview, WV, which
received channel *10 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table, for a waiver of the
0.1 percent interference standard up to
2.0 percent and to the extent that it is
consistent with the filing freeze.
WVEBA requests a waiver of the 0.1
percent interference standard, claiming
that WSWP–DT cannot replicate the
station’s existing analog service area on
the proposed allotment for channel *10.
Davis Television Clarksburg, LLC
(‘‘DTC’’), permittee of WVFX–DT,
channel 10, Clarksburg, WV, and TCD
on channel 10 in the proposed DTV
Table, filed reply comments opposing
WVEBA’s waiver request.
88. In the first channel election round,
WVEBA elected its analog channel *9;
however, this election was determined
to cause more than 2.0 percent new
interference, and, thus, disapproved. In
the second round, WVEBA elected
channel 11, but this election was also
rejected because it was determined to
cause more than 0.1 percent new
interference. In the third round, WVEBA
elected channel 10. This election was
also determined to cause more than 0.1
percent new interference. Consequently,
WVEBA received channel *10 as its
TCD, but at reduced facilities in order
to bring the station into compliance
with the 0.1 percent interference
standard. Specifically, WSWP’s ERP
was reduced to 2.5 kW. In response to
the Third Round TCD PN, WVEBA filed
a ‘‘Request for Partial Reconsideration,’’
supporting its proposed channel
allotment, but requesting to operate at
10 kW in order to ‘‘adequately serve the
station’s current audience.’’
89. The Seventh Further Notice
proposed channel *10 as WSWP’s TCD
at 2.5 kW ERP in the post-transition
DTV Table. WVEBA filed comments in
response to the Seventh Further Notice
and now asks for 20 kW ERP. WVEBA
contends that this power level is
necessary for the station to replicate its
analog coverage.
90. WVEBA certified to its replication
facilities on Form 381. WVEBA claims
that its current analog station serves
906,075 people and that its proposed
operation of its digital facility on
channel 10 at 20 kW ERP would serve
900,098 people. WVEBA further asserts
that its proposal to operate WSWP at 20
kW ERP will result in new interference
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interference standard, but claims is
necessary ‘‘to meet its certification to
replicate its NTSC coverage.’’ DTC
replies that WVEBA overstates WSWP’s
present analog population coverage and
understates the interference to WVFX–
DT, claiming that WVEBA’s proposal
would cause more than 1.4 percent new
interference.
91. We agree with DTC that WVEBA
overstates WSWP’s present analog
population coverage, but we also concur
with WVEBA that WSWP–DT’s
operation at the proposed 2.5 kW ERP
would not fully replicate its existing
analog coverage. We also find, however,
that operation of channel *10 at 20 kW
ERP would exceed the station’s certified
replication facilities and violate the
current freeze on expansion of a noise
limited service contour beyond its
certified replication contour. To resolve
the conflict, we have analyzed WSWP’s
channel facilities using a modified
replication approach to derive the
proposed facilities from the analog
Grade B contour on which the initial
DTV Table facilities were based and
determined that WSWP could replicate
its analog coverage at 18.6 kW.
Operation of WSWP–DT at 18.6 kW,
however, would cause 1.73 percent new
interference to WVFX–DT, which
exceeds the 0.1 percent interference
standard. Therefore, we must consider
WVEBA’s waiver request.
92. In evaluating WVEBA’s request for
a waiver of the 0.1 percent interference
standard, we find that although
WVEBA’s circumstances are dissimilar
to two stations that were granted
waivers in the Seventh Further Notice,
WVEBA does offer important public
interest bases that merit a waiver in this
case. First, WVEBA had an out-of-core
DTV channel, which would have
warranted a 2.0 percent interference
allowance to elect its analog channel *9
in the first round. However, use of
channel 9 would have exceeded the 2.0
percent standard. Second, although
there are UHF channels available in its
market, WVEBA has argued
persuasively that a UHF channel would
not replicate the station’s analog
coverage due to the mountainous terrain
in WSWP’s service area and would
require this educational station to incur
‘‘significant increased capital and
operational costs.’’ Third, NCE station
WSWP offers unique educational
programming to an economically
disadvantaged community that relies on
over-the-air broadcasting for their TV
service.
93. Our analysis indicates that
WSWP’s operation on channel 10 with
full replication facilities would cause
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operation on channel 9, 11 or any other
high VHF channel. We conclude that
WSWP would have been eligible for up
to 2.0 percent new interference using its
own analog channel 9 for post-transition
DTV operation. Operation on channel 9
would have exceeded 2.0 percent new
interference, while operation on
channel 10 at 18.6 kW does not.
Therefore, we grant WVEBA’s request
for waiver of the 0.1 percent
interference standard and establish its
Appendix B facilities at 18.6 kW ERP on
channel *10.
94. KTAZ, Phoenix, AZ. We grant the
request of NBC Telemundo License, Co.
(‘‘NBC Telemundo’’), licensee of
singleton station KTAZ, channel 39,
Phoenix, AZ, which received channel
39 for its TCD in the proposed DTV
Table, to change station KTAZ’s posttransition DTV Table Appendix B
facilities. In 2005, the Commission
approved a modification to the analog
Table of Allotments sought by NBC
Telemundo and Community Television
Educators, Inc. (‘‘CTE’’) which
substituted Channel 39 for
noncommercial reserved Channel 39
(*39) in Phoenix, substituted
noncommercial reserved Channel 11
(*11) for Channel 11 in Holbrook,
Arizona, and authorized NBC
Telemundo to operate on Channel 39 in
Phoenix and CTE to operate on Channel
*11 in Holbrook. The Commission
subsequently granted minor
modification applications filed by the
parties to implement the channel
substitutions. The proposed posttransition DTV Table Appendix B lists
the Facility ID for the former Channel
*39 facility for KTAZ, rather than the
Facility ID for the new Channel 39
facility. NBC Telemundo requests that
Appendix B be revised to reflect the
correct Facility ID for the new Channel
39 facility.
95. In addition, NBC Telemundo
states that the technical facilities
specified in Appendix B for Channel 39
are no longer accurate. KTAZ does not
have a paired digital channel. The
technical facilities specified in
Appendix B for Channel 39 reflect the
digital parameters applied for by CTE
prior to the channel substitutions. NBC
Telemundo states that it recently
relocated the Channel 39 analog facility
to a new tower.
96. We have revised DTV Table
Appendix B as adopted herein to reflect
operation of a digital station on Channel
39 in Phoenix with parameters reflected
in the analog authorization approved by
the Commission for KTAZ. In addition,
we have revised Appendix B to reflect
the correct Facility ID for both KTAZ
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97. WNYA, Pittsfield, MA. In response
to comments filed opposing the
proposed post-transition facilities of
WNYA, Pittsfield, MA, we will change
station WNYA’s post-transition DTV
Table Appendix B facilities. Venture
Technologies Group, LLC, licensee of
singleton station WNYA, channel 51,
Pittsfield, MA, received channel 13 for
its TCD in the proposed post-transition
DTV Table. WNYT–TV, LLC (‘‘WNYT’’),
licensee of station WNYT, channel 13,
and WNYT–DT, channel 12, Albany,
NY, which received channel 12 for its
TCD in the proposed post-transition
DTV Table, objects to the facilities
proposed for WNYA in the posttransition DTV Table Appendix B.
WNYA did not respond to the WNYT
comments.
98. The proposed post-transition DTV
Table Appendix B specifies a site
change for WNYA which would move
that station’s DTV facility from the
WNYA analog site in Pittsfield to
WNYT’s licensed site near Albany.
WNYA specified this site change in its
second round conflict decision form
(FCC Form 385) to resolve an
interference conflict of 3.7 percent with
WNYT, which resulted from WNYA’s
election of channel 13. In its comments,
WNYT claims that the ERP of 28kW that
is proposed for WNYA in Appendix B,
is substantially in excess of that
permitted for a DTV station on channel
13 in Zone 1. WNYT requests that the
Commission revise Appendix B for
WNYA to specify the Pittsfield site for
that station with parameters that would
permit WNYA to comply with its FCC
Form 381 certification.
99. WNYT is correct that the power
specified in the proposed Appendix B
for WNYA exceeds the maximum
allowed pursuant to 73.622(f)(7)(ii). At
an HAAT of 396 meters, the maximum
ERP for a channel 13, Zone 1 DTV
station is 12.6 kW. However, WNYT’s
request that we change WNYA’s
Appendix B facilities to specify the
Pittsfield transmitter site would not
address the interference conflict found
in round 2 of the channel election
process.
100. We conclude that WNYA can
serve most of its certified coverage area
from the site near Albany, at reduced
power. We have determined that WNYA
can provide an acceptable predicted
field strength over Pittsfield,
Massachusetts, its city of license, based
on its FCC Form 385 facilities with its
maximum ERP reduced from the
proposed 28 kW to 12.6 kW. In addition,
at this reduced power, WNYA’s
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are changing Appendix B to specify an
ERP for WNYA of 12.6 kW.
101. WLFL, Raleigh, NC. We deny the
request of Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.
(‘‘Sinclair’’), the parent entity of the
licensee of station WLFL, channel 22
and permittee of WLFL–DT, channel 57,
Raleigh, NC, which received channel 27
for its TCD in the proposed DTV Table.
We conclude that it is not necessary to
increase the ERP for this station.
102. In its Form 381, Sinclair certified
to maximized facilities for WLFL-DT as
authorized by its construction permit. In
the first round, Sinclair obtained a TCD
for channel 27 through an approved
NCA with station WRDC, Durham, NC.
Sinclair’s comments claim that the
power listed for channel 27 on
Appendix B is incorrect. In fact, the
proposed channel 27 power is less than
the certified channel 57 power so that
the post-transition facilities will match
the certified facilities’ coverage.
Consequently, no change in Appendix B
is needed to provide WLFL–DT with its
certified coverage.
103. KCET, Los Angeles, CA.
Community Television of Southern
California (‘‘CTSC’’), licensee of NCE
station KCET, channel *28, and KCET–
DT, channel *59, Los Angeles, CA,
received channel *28 for its TCD in the
proposed DTV Table. CTSC states in its
comments that it certified that it would
operate noncommercial educational
station KCET with maximized facilities
on channel *28 for post-transition
operations but the Commission
disapproved the election because it was
projected to cause interference of 2.3
percent to the elected DTV channel 27
of KEYT, Santa Barbara, California
(analog channel 3, post-transition digital
channel 27). CTSC states that it changed
its election to specify replication
facilities on channel *28 but reserved its
right to seek maximized facilities should
circumstances permit.
104. On July 7, 2006, Smith Media
License Holdings, LLC (‘‘Smith’’) filed a
letter requesting a waiver of the July 1,
2006 replication/maximization deadline
with respect to KEYT–DT. In that letter,
Smith indicated that for KEYT–DT to
operate with its allotted replication
facilities, as the prior owner certified,
Smith would have to increase the ERP
for KEYT to approximately 698 kW.
Smith indicated that, because of
electrical capacity limits at the station’s
antenna site, it did not anticipate being
able to increase power at the antenna
site until near the end of the DTV
transition.
105. According to CTSC, the
maximized facilities it originally
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interference to the facilities of KEYT–
DT on Channel *27 if KEYT–DT
operates with an ERP of 699 kW.
Accordingly, CTSC requests that the
Commission change DTV Table
Appendix B to specify maximized
parameters for KCET–DT. Smith objects
to CTSC’s request and urges the
Commission to continue to protect the
KEYT–DT post-transition allotment. We
deny the request of CTSC to change
DTV Table Appendix B for KCET. We
note the disagreement of CTSC, but have
already determined that the KCET
maximized facilities would cause
interference to the certified facilities of
KEYT–DT on its TCD in excess of the
permissible limit. Our analysis was
performed using computer software
techniques that have been validated
through extensive testing and
comparison of results with similar
software used by other parties
participating in this proceeding. We are
confident that the result of our
interference analysis is correct, and
there is no agreement with the affected
station to accept this interference. The
Commission will determine in the Third
DTV Periodic Review Report and Order
what interference standards and other
procedures to apply to stations seeking
to file applications for changes to station
parameters post-transition. KCET may
choose to file an application at that
time.
Procedural Matters
Seventh Report and Order
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
106. As required by the Regulatory
Flexibility Act of 1980 (‘‘RFA’’), the
Commission has prepared a Final
Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
(‘‘FRFA’’) relating to this Seventh Report
and Order.
Final Paperwork Reduction Act
Analysis
107. This Seventh Report and Order
was analyzed with respect to the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995
(‘‘PRA’’) and does not contain any
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108. The Commission will send a
copy of this Seventh Report and Order
in a report to be sent to Congress and
the Government Accountability Office,
pursuant to the Congressional Review
Act.
Final Regulatory Flexibility Act
Analysis
109. As required by the Regulatory
Flexibility Act of 1980, as amended
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Analysis (‘‘IRFA’’) was incorporated in
the Seventh Further Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking (‘‘Seventh Further Notice’’).
The Commission sought written public
comment on the proposals in the NPRM,
including comment on the IRFA. The
comments received are discussed below.
The Commission received no comments
on the IRFA. This present Final
Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
(‘‘FRFA’’) conforms to the RFA.
A. Need for, and Objectives of, the
Report and Order
110. This Seventh Report and Order
(‘‘Seventh R&O’’) adopts rules
implementing a new post-transition
DTV Table of Allotments (‘‘DTV
Table’’), providing all eligible full power
broadcast television stations with
channels for DTV operations after the
transition. The new post-transition DTV
Table finalizes the channel and facilities
necessary to complete the digital
transition for full power television
stations, including full power
commercial and noncommercial
broadcast television stations.
111. The new post-transition DTV
Table is based on the tentative channel
designations (‘‘TCDs’’) announced for
eligible broadcast licensees through the
channel election process, as well as on
the Commission’s efforts to promote
overall spectrum efficiency and ensure
the best possible service to the public,
including service to local communities.
During this election process, which was
established by the Second DTV Periodic
Report and Order, eligible full power
broadcast licensees selected their
ultimate DTV channel inside the ‘‘core
spectrum,’’ consisting of current
television channels 2 through 51 (54–
698 MHz). In developing the proposed
new allotments, the Commission sought
to accommodate broadcasters’ channel
preferences, as well as their replication
and maximization service area
certifications (made via FCC Form 381).
112. The new post-transition DTV
Table achieves the goals set forth for the
channel election process. First, the new
DTV Table provides all eligible stations
with channels for DTV operations after
the transition. Second, the new DTV
Table is the result of informed decisions
by licensees when making their channel
elections and licensees benefited from
the clarity and transparency of the
channel election process. Third, the
new DTV Table recognizes industry
expectations by protecting existing
service and respecting investments
already made, to the extent feasible.
Finally, the new DTV Table reflects our
efforts to promote overall spectrum
efficiency and ensure the best possible
DTV service to the public.

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B. Summary of Significant Issues Raised
by Public Comments in Response to the
IRFA
113. There were no comments filed
that specifically addressed the rules and
policies proposed in the IRFA.
C. Description and Estimate of the
Number of Small Entities to Which the
Rules Will Apply
114. The RFA directs the Commission
to provide a description of and, where
feasible, an estimate of the number of
small entities that will be affected by the
rules adopted herein. The RFA generally
defines the term ‘‘small entity’’ as
having the same meaning as the terms
‘‘small business,’’ ‘‘small organization,’’
and ‘‘small government jurisdiction.’’ In
addition, the term ‘‘small business’’ has
the same meaning as the term ‘‘small
business concern’’ under the Small
Business Act. A small business concern
is one which: (1) Is independently
owned and operated; (2) is not
dominant in its field of operation; and
(3) satisfies any additional criteria
established by the Small Business
Administration (SBA). The rules of this
Seventh R&O will primarily affect full
power television stations, as opposed to
low power television stations and
television translator stations. A
description of such small entities, as
well as an estimate of the number of
such small entities, is provided below.
115. Television Broadcasting. The
rules and policies adopted in this
Seventh R&O apply to television
broadcast licensees and potential
licensees of television service. The SBA
defines a television broadcast station as
a small business if such station has no
more than $13.5 million in annual
receipts. Business concerns included in
this industry are those ‘‘primarily
engaged in broadcasting images together
with sound.’’ The Commission has
estimated the number of licensed
commercial television stations to be
1,376. According to Commission staff
review of the BIA Financial Network,
MAPro Television Database (‘‘BIA’’) on
March 30, 2007, about 986 of an
estimated 1,374 commercial television
stations (or about 72 percent) have
revenues of $13.5 million or less and
thus qualify as small entities under the
SBA definition. The Commission has
estimated the number of licensed NCE
television stations to be 380. We note,
however, that, in assessing whether a
business concern qualifies as small
under the above definition, business
(control) affiliations must be included.
Our estimate, therefore, likely overstates
the number of small entities that might
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revenue figure on which it is based does
not include or aggregate revenues from
affiliated companies. The Commission
does not compile and otherwise does
not have access to information on the
revenue of NCE stations that would
permit it to determine how many such
stations would qualify as small entities.
116. In addition, an element of the
definition of ‘‘small business’’ is that the
entity not be dominant in its field of
operation. We are unable at this time to
define or quantify the criteria that
would establish whether a specific
television station is dominant in its field
of operation. Accordingly, the estimate
of small businesses to which rules may
apply do not exclude any television
station from the definition of a small
business on this basis and are therefore
over-inclusive to that extent. Also as
noted, an additional element of the
definition of ‘‘small business’’ is that the
entity must be independently owned
and operated. We note that it is difficult
at times to assess these criteria in the
context of media entities and our
estimates of small businesses to which
they apply may be over-inclusive to this
extent.
117. Class A TV, LPTV, and TV
translator stations. The rules and
policies adopted in this Seventh R&O do
not directly affect low power television
stations, as the DTV Table adopted in
the Seventh R&O finalizes posttransition digital channels only for full
power television stations. Nonetheless,
as discussed in Section E, infra, low
power television stations will also
eventually transition from analog to
digital technology and may be indirectly
affected by the channel allotment
decisions herein. The broadcast stations
indirectly affected include licensees of
Class A TV stations, low power
television (LPTV) stations, and TV
translator stations, as well as to
potential licensees in these television
services. The same SBA definition that
applies to television broadcast licensees
would apply to these stations. The SBA
defines a television broadcast station as
a small business if such station has no
more than $13.5 million in annual
receipts. Currently, there are
approximately 567 licensed Class A
stations, 2,227 licensed LPTV stations,
and 4,518 licensed TV translators. Given
the nature of these services, we will
presume that all of these licensees
qualify as small entities under the SBA
definition. We note, however, that
under the SBA’s definition, revenue of
affiliates that are not LPTV stations
should be aggregated with the LPTV
station revenues in determining whether
a concern is small. Our estimate may
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entities since the revenue figure on
which it is based does not include or
aggregate revenues from non-LPTV
affiliated companies. We do not have
data on revenues of TV translator or TV
booster stations, but virtually all of
these entities are also likely to have
revenues of less than $13.5 million and
thus may be categorized as small, except
to the extent that revenues of affiliated
non-translator or booster entities should
be considered.
D. Description of Projected Reporting,
Recordkeeping and Other Compliance
Requirements
118. The rules adopted in this
Seventh R&O involve no changes to
reporting, recordkeeping, or other
compliance requirements beyond what
is already required under the current
regulations.
E. Steps Taken To Minimize Significant
Impact on Small Entities, and
Significant Alternatives Considered
119. The RFA requires an agency to
describe any significant alternatives that
it has considered in reaching its
proposed approach, which may include
the following four alternatives (among
others): (1) The establishment of
differing compliance or reporting
requirements or timetables that take into
account the resources available to small
entities; (2) the clarification,
consolidation, or simplification of
compliance or reporting requirements
under the rule for small entities; (3) the
use of performance, rather than design,
standards; and (4) an exemption from
coverage of the rule, or any part thereof,
for small entities.
120. The new post-transition DTV
Table provides all eligible full power
broadcast television stations—large and
small alike—with channels for posttransition DTV operations. Small
broadcasters, just like large ones,
benefited from participating in the
channel election process. The new DTV
Table is the result of informed decisions
by licensees when making their channel
elections, and all licensees benefited
from the clarity and transparency of the
channel election process. Moreover, the
new DTV Table recognizes industry
expectations by protecting existing
service and respecting investments
already made, for both large and small
broadcasters, to the extent feasible. The
TCDs are primarily based on the
channels elected by licensees. The vast
majority of licensees participating in the
channel election process received a TCD
for a channel they elected, and all
comments, including those from small
broadcasters, were considered when
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121. In general, our goal in reviewing
the comments filed in response to the
proposed Table was to accommodate the
requests made by commenters to the
extent possible consistent with the
standards outlined in the Seventh
Further Notice. Large and small
broadcasters alike benefited from this
approach, which was taken in an effort
to expedite finalization of the DTV
Table and Appendix B so that stations
can complete construction of their posttransition facilities by the statutory
deadline for the DTV transition. Where
commenters made specific requests for
changes to the proposals in the Seventh
Further Notice, requests that provided
for an alternative service area for the
station or parameters that differed from
those proposed by the Commission,
those requests were granted to the
extent possible consistent with the
standards of the Seventh Further Notice
and, in particular, with the applicable
interference standards. This process has
been open and transparent, and has
provided consistent treatment for large
and small broadcasters.
122. The new DTV Table adopted
herein does not provide for channels for
low power television stations. The
Commission will address the digital
transition for low power television
(‘‘LPTV’’) stations in a separate
proceeding. The statutory transition
deadline established by Congress in
2006—February 17, 2009—applies only
to full-power stations. One of the
Commission’s goals in the Seventh
Report and Order is to permit full power
stations to finalize their post-transition
facilities by this rapidly approaching
deadline. The Commission previously
determined that it has discretion under
47 U.S.C. 336(f)(4) to set the date by
which analog operations of stations in
the low power and translator service
must cease. The Commission has stated
that the intent is to ensure that low
power and translator stations not be
required to prematurely convert to
digital operation in a manner that could
disrupt their analog service or, more
importantly, that might cause them to
cease operation. The Commission
decided not to establish a fixed
termination date for the low power
digital television transition until it
resolved the issues concerning the
transition of full-power television
stations. The Commission has
recognized that low power television
stations are a valuable component of the
nation’s television system and has
stated its intention to facilitate,
wherever possible, the digital transition
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F. Report To Congress
The Commission will send a copy of
this Seventh R&O, including this FRFA,
in a report to be sent to Congress
pursuant to the Small Business
Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of
1996. In addition, the Commission will
send a copy of this Seventh R&O,
including the FRFA, to the Chief
Counsel for Advocacy of the Small
Business Administration. A copy of this
Seventh R&O and FRFA (or summaries
thereof) will also be published in the
Federal Register.
Ordering Clauses
123. It is ordered that, pursuant to the
authority contained in sections 1, 4(i)
and (j), 7, 301, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309,
316, 319, 324, 336, and 337 of the
Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C.
151, 154(i) and (j), 157, 301, 302, 303,
307, 308, 309, 316, 319, 324, 336, and
337, this Seventh Report and Order and
Eighth Further Notice of Proposed Rule
Making is adopted.
124. It is further ordered that pursuant
to the authority contained in sections 1,
2, 4(i), 303, 303a, 303b, and 307 of the
Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C.
151, 152, 154(i), 303, 303a, 303b, and
307, the Commission’s rules are hereby
amended as set forth in the rule
changes.
125. It is further ordered that the rules
as set forth in the rule changes shall be
effective 30 days after publication of the
Seventh Report and Order and Eighth
Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making
in the Federal Register.
126. It is further ordered that the
Commission’s Consumer and
Governmental Affairs Bureau, Reference
Information Center, shall send a copy of
this Seventh Report and Order and
Eighth Further Notice of Proposed Rule
Making, including the Final Regulatory
Flexibility Analysis, to the Chief
Counsel for Advocacy of the Small
Business Administration.
It is further ordered that the
Commission shall send a copy of this
Seventh Report and Order and Eighth
Further Notice of Proposed Rule Making
in a report to be sent to Congress and
the Government Accountability Office
pursuant to the Congressional Review
Act, see 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A).

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List of Subjects in 47 CFR part 73
Television.

Commission amends 47 part 73 as
follows:
PART 73—RADIO BROADCAST
SERVICES
1. The authority citation for Part 73
continues to read as follows:

Authority: 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 334, 336.

2. Section 73.622 is amended by
adding paragraph (i) to read as follows:

§ 73.622 Digital television table of
allotments.

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(i) Post-Transition Table of DTV
Allotments.
Community

Channel No.
ALABAMA

Anniston ....................
Bessemer ..................
Birmingham ...............
Demopolis .................
Dothan .......................
Dozier ........................
Florence ....................
Gadsden ....................
Gulf Shores ...............
Homewood ................
Huntsville ...................
Louisville ...................
Mobile ........................
Montgomery ..............
Mount Cheaha ..........
Opelika ......................
Ozark .........................
Selma ........................
Troy ...........................
Tuscaloosa ................
Tuskegee ..................

ALASKA
Anchorage .................
Bethel ........................
Fairbanks ..................
Juneau ......................
Ketchikan ..................
North Pole .................
Sitka ..........................

5, *8, 10, 12, 20, *26,
28, 32
*3
7, *9, 11, 18
*10, 11
13
20
7

ARIZONA
Douglas .....................
Flagstaff ....................
Green Valley .............
Holbrook ....................
Kingman ....................
Mesa .........................
Phoenix .....................
Prescott .....................
Sierra Vista ...............
Tolleson .....................
Tucson ......................

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Marlene H. Dortch,
Secretary.

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*10, 13, 30, 36, 50
*19
21, 36
*10
14, 20, *22
26, 45
25
28
19, *24, 32, 41, 49
*44
9, 15, 20, 23, 27, *41
12, 16, *27, 32, 46
*7
47
33
29, 42
48
23, 33
22

Yuma .........................

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19
12
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26, 33, 39, 49
7
44
51
9, 19, 23, 25, *28,
*30, 32, 40
11, 16

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Camden .....................
El Dorado ..................
Eureka Springs .........
Fayetteville ................
Fort Smith .................
Harrison .....................
Hot Springs ...............
Jonesboro .................
Little Rock .................
Mountain View ..........
Pine Bluff ...................
Rogers .......................
Springdale .................

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34
*9, 15
18, 21, 27
31
26
8, *20, 48
*7, 12, 22, 30, 32,
*36, 44
*13
24, 39
50
39

CALIFORNIA
Anaheim ....................
Arcata ........................
Avalon .......................
Bakersfield ................
Barstow .....................
Bishop .......................
Calipatria ...................
Ceres .........................
Chico .........................
Clovis ........................
Concord .....................
Corona ......................
Cotati .........................
El Centro ...................
Eureka .......................
Fort Bragg .................
Fresno .......................
Hanford .....................
Huntington Beach .....
Long Beach ...............
Los Angeles ..............
Merced ......................
Modesto ....................
Monterey ...................
Novato .......................
Oakland .....................
Ontario ......................
Oxnard ......................
Palm Springs .............
Paradise ....................
Porterville ..................
Rancho Palos Verdes
Redding .....................
Riverside ...................
Sacramento ...............
Salinas ......................
San Bernardino .........
San Diego .................
San Francisco ...........
San Jose ...................
San Luis Obispo .......
San Mateo .................
Sanger .......................
Santa Ana .................
Santa Barbara ...........
Santa Maria ...............
Santa Rosa ...............
Stockton ....................
Twentynine Palms .....
Vallejo .......................
Ventura ......................
Visalia ........................
Watsonville ................

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Community

COLORADO
Boulder ......................
Broomfield .................
Castle Rock ...............
Colorado Springs ......
Denver .......................
Durango ....................
Fort Collins ................
Glenwood Springs .....
Grand Junction ..........
Longmont ..................
Montrose ...................
Pueblo .......................
Steamboat Springs ...
Sterling ......................

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35, *40, 43, 51
15, *20, 33
21
23
2, 7, 12, 15, *18
29
13
*8, 42
10
23

Channel No.

Panama City Beach ..
Pensacola .................
Sarasota ....................
St. Petersburg ...........
Stuart .........................
Tallahassee ...............
Tampa .......................
Tequesta ...................
Tice ...........................
Venice .......................
West Palm Beach .....

GEORGIA
Albany .......................
Athens .......................
Atlanta .......................

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport ..................
Hartford .....................
New Britain ................
New Haven ...............
New London ..............
Norwich .....................
Waterbury ..................

42, *49
31, 33, *45, 46
35
*6, 10, 39
26
*9
20

DELAWARE
Seaford ......................
Wilmington ................

*44
*12, 31

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Washington ...............

7, 9, *27, *33, 35, 36,
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FLORIDA
Boca Raton ...............
Bradenton ..................
Cape Coral ................
Clearwater .................
Clermont ....................
Cocoa ........................
Daytona Beach .........
Destin ........................
Fort Lauderdale .........
Fort Myers .................
Fort Pierce ................
Fort Walton Beach ....
Gainesville .................
High Springs .............
Hollywood ..................
Jacksonville ...............

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Lake Worth ................
Lakeland ....................
Leesburg ...................
Live Oak ....................
Marianna ...................
Melbourne .................
Miami .........................
Naples .......................
New Smyrna Beach ..
Ocala .........................
Orange Park ..............
Orlando .....................
Palm Beach ...............
Panama City .............

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Augusta .....................
Bainbridge .................
Baxley .......................
Brunswick ..................
Chatsworth ................
Cochran .....................
Columbus ..................
Cordele ......................
Dalton ........................
Dawson .....................
Macon .......................
Monroe ......................
Pelham ......................
Perry ..........................
Rome .........................
Savannah ..................
Thomasville ...............
Toccoa ......................
Valdosta ....................
Waycross ..................
Wrens ........................

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27, 39, *41, 43
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44
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32
51
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46
24
43
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HAWAII
Hilo ............................

*9, 11, 13, 22, 23

Honolulu ....................

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50
25
41
7, *10, 12, 16, 21, 24
38

Kailua ........................
Kailua Kona ...............
Kaneohe ....................
Wailuku .....................
Waimanalo ................

IDAHO
Boise .........................
Caldwell .....................
Coeur d’Alene ...........
Filer ...........................
Idaho Falls ................
Lewiston ....................
Moscow .....................
Nampa .......................
Pocatello ...................
Sun Valley .................
Twin Falls ..................

7, *21, 28, 39
10
*45
*18
8, 20, 36
32
*12
12, 24
15, *17, 23, 31
32
11, *22, 34

ILLINOIS
Aurora .......................
Bloomington ..............
Carbondale ................
Champaign ................
Charleston .................

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Chicago .....................

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47
23
34
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10
*21
17
*23, 38
21
*19
19, 25, 30, 39, *46
10, 32, *34
4
13, 16, 42
13, 42, 44
*9, 26

Decatur ......................
East St. Louis ............
Freeport .....................
Harrisburg .................
Jacksonville ...............
Joliet ..........................
LaSalle ......................
Macomb ....................
Marion .......................
Moline ........................
Mount Vernon ...........
Olney .........................
Peoria ........................
Quincy .......................
Rock Island ...............
Rockford ....................
Springfield .................
Urbana ......................

INDIANA
Angola .......................
Bloomington ..............
Elkhart .......................
Evansville ..................
Fort Wayne ...............
Gary ..........................
Hammond ..................
Indianapolis ...............
Kokomo .....................
Lafayette ...................
Marion .......................
Muncie .......................
Richmond ..................
Salem ........................
South Bend ...............
Terre Haute ...............
Vincennes .................

12
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19, 24, 31, 36, *40
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36
9, 13, 16, *21, 25,
*44, 45
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32
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39
51
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IOWA
Ames .........................
Burlington ..................
Cedar Rapids ............
Council Bluffs ............
Davenport ..................
Des Moines ...............
Dubuque ....................
Fort Dodge ................
Iowa City ...................
Mason City ................
Newton ......................
Ottumwa ....................
Red Oak ....................
Sioux City ..................
Waterloo ....................

5, 23, *34
41
9, 27, 47, 51
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8, *11, 13, 16, 31
43
*25
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*18, 42
39
15
*35
9, *28, 39, 41, 44
7, 22, *35

KANSAS
Colby .........................
Derby .........................
Dodge City ................
Ensign .......................
Garden City ...............
Goodland ...................
Great Bend ................
Hays ..........................
Hoisington .................
Hutchinson ................
Lakin ..........................
Lawrence ...................

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Pittsburg ....................
Salina ........................
Topeka ......................
Wichita ......................

Community

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Lawrence ...................
Marlborough ..............
New Bedford .............
Norwell ......................
Pittsfield .....................
Springfield .................
Vineyard Haven ........
Worcester ..................

KENTUCKY
Ashland .....................
Beattyville ..................
Bowling Green ..........
Campbellsville ...........
Covington ..................
Danville .....................
Elizabethtown ............
Harlan ........................
Hazard .......................
Lexington ...................
Louisville ...................
Madisonville ..............
Morehead ..................
Murray .......................
Newport .....................
Owensboro ................
Owenton ....................
Paducah ....................
Pikeville .....................
Somerset ...................

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4
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51
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8, 11, *17, 26, *38,
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30
*44
32, 41, 49
*24
*14

Shreveport .................
Slidell .........................
West Monroe .............

East Lansing .............
Escanaba ..................
Flint ...........................
Grand Rapids ............
Iron Mountain ............
Ishpeming ..................
Jackson .....................
Kalamazoo ................
Lansing ......................
Manistee ....................
Marquette ..................
Mount Clemens .........
Mount Pleasant .........
Muskegon ..................
Onondaga .................
Saginaw ....................
Sault Ste. Marie ........
Traverse City .............

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Hagerstown ...............
Oakland .....................
Salisbury ...................

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Appleton ....................
Austin ........................
Bemidji ......................
Brainerd .....................
Chisholm ...................
Crookston ..................
Duluth ........................
Hibbing ......................
Mankato ....................
Minneapolis ...............
Redwood Falls ..........
Rochester ..................
St. Cloud ...................
St. Paul .....................
Thief River Falls ........
Walker .......................
Worthington ...............

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MASSACHUSETTS
Adams .......................
Boston .......................
Cambridge .................

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MINNESOTA

MARYLAND
Annapolis ..................
Baltimore ...................

Channel No.

Laurel ........................
Magee .......................
Meridian ....................
Mississippi State .......
Natchez .....................
Oxford .......................
Tupelo .......................
Vicksburg ..................
West Point .................

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MISSOURI
Alpena
Ann Arbor ..................
Bad Axe ....................
Battle Creek ..............
Bay City .....................
Cadillac .....................
Calumet .....................
Cheboygan ................
Detroit ........................

MAINE
Augusta .....................
Bangor .......................
Biddeford ...................
Calais ........................
Lewiston ....................
Orono ........................
Poland Spring ...........
Portland .....................
Presque Isle ..............
Waterville ..................

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MICHIGAN

LOUISIANA
Alexandria .................
Baton Rouge .............
Columbia ...................
Hammond ..................
Lafayette ...................
Lake Charles .............
Minden ......................
Monroe ......................
New Iberia .................
New Orleans .............

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Cape Girardeau ........
Columbia ...................
Hannibal ....................
Jefferson City ............
Joplin .........................
Kansas City ...............
Kirksville ....................
Osage Beach ............
Poplar Bluff ...............
Sedalia ......................
Springfield .................
St. Joseph .................
St. Louis ....................

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MONTANA
Billings .......................
Bozeman ...................
Butte ..........................
Glendive ....................
Great Falls ................
Hardin ........................
Havre .........................
Helena .......................
Kalispell .....................
Lewistown .................
Miles City ..................
Missoula ....................

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NEBRASKA
Alliance ......................
Bassett ......................
Grand Island .............
Hastings ....................
Hayes Center ............
Kearney .....................
Lexington ...................
Lincoln .......................
McCook .....................
Merriman ...................
Norfolk .......................
North Platte ...............
Omaha ......................
Scottsbluff .................
Superior .....................

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NEVADA
Biloxi ..........................
Booneville ..................
Bude ..........................
Columbus ..................
Greenville ..................
Greenwood ................
Gulfport .....................
Hattiesburg ................
Holly Springs .............
Houston .....................
Jackson .....................

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Ely .............................
Goldfield ....................
Henderson .................
Las Vegas .................
Laughlin .....................
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Watertown .................

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NEW HAMPSHIRE
Concord .....................
Derry .........................
Durham .....................
Keene ........................
Littleton ......................
Manchester ...............
Merrimack .................

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NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City ...............
Burlington ..................
Camden .....................
Linden .......................
Montclair ....................
New Brunswick .........
Newark ......................
Newton ......................
Paterson ....................
Secaucus ..................
Trenton ......................
Vineland ....................
West Milford ..............
Wildwood ...................

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NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque ..............
Carlsbad ....................
Clovis ........................
Farmington ................
Hobbs ........................
Las Cruces ................
Portales .....................
Roswell ......................
Santa Fe ...................
Silver City ..................

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20
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Albany .......................
Amsterdam ................
Batavia ......................
Bath ...........................
Binghamton ...............
Buffalo .......................

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Corning ......................
Elmira ........................
Garden City ...............
Ithaca ........................
Jamestown ................
Kingston ....................
New York ..................
North Pole .................
Norwood ....................
Plattsburg ..................
Poughkeepsie ...........
Riverhead ..................
Rochester ..................
Saranac Lake ............
Schenectady .............
Smithtown .................
Springville ..................
Syracuse ...................

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Belmont .....................
Burlington ..................
Chapel Hill .................
Charlotte ....................
Concord .....................
Durham .....................
Edenton .....................
Fayetteville ................
Goldsboro ..................
Greensboro ...............
Greenville ..................
Hickory ......................
High Point .................
Jacksonville ...............
Kannapolis ................
Lexington ...................
Linville .......................
Lumberton .................
Manteo ......................
Morehead City ...........
New Bern ..................
Raleigh ......................
Roanoke Rapids .......
Rocky Mount .............
Washington ...............
Wilmington ................
Wilson .......................
Winston Salem ..........

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Bartlesville .................
Cheyenne ..................
Claremore .................
Eufaula ......................
Lawton .......................
Muskogee ..................
Norman .....................
Oklahoma City ..........
Okmulgee ..................
Shawnee ...................
Tulsa .........................
Woodward .................

OREGON
Bend ..........................
Coos Bay ..................
Corvallis ....................
Eugene ......................
Grants Pass ..............
Klamath Falls ............
La Grande .................
Medford .....................
Pendleton ..................
Portland .....................
Roseburg ...................
Salem ........................

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Akron .........................
Alliance ......................
Athens .......................
Bowling Green ..........
Cambridge .................
Canton .......................
Chillicothe ..................
Cincinnati ..................
Cleveland ..................
Columbus ..................
Dayton .......................
Lima ..........................
Lorain ........................
Mansfield ...................
Newark ......................
Oxford .......................
Portsmouth ................
Sandusky ..................
Shaker Heights .........
Springfield .................
Steubenville ...............
Toledo .......................
Youngstown ..............

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Altoona ......................
Bethlehem .................
Clearfield ...................
Erie ............................
Greensburg ...............
Harrisburg .................
Hazleton ....................
Jeannette ..................
Johnstown .................
Lancaster ..................
Philadelphia ...............
Pittsburgh ..................

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NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck ...................
Devils Lake ...............
Dickinson ...................
Ellendale ...................
Fargo .........................
Grand Forks ..............
Jamestown ................
Minot .........................
Pembina ....................
Valley City .................
Williston .....................

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*36
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Reading .....................
Red Lion ....................
Scranton ....................
Wilkes Barre ..............
Williamsport ...............
York ...........................

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9
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Block Island ...............
Providence ................

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12, 13, *21, 51

SOUTH CAROLINA
Allendale ...................
Anderson ...................
Beaufort .....................
Charleston .................
Columbia ...................
Conway .....................
Florence ....................
Georgetown ...............
Greenville ..................

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Greenwood ................
Hardeeville ................
Myrtle Beach .............
Rock Hill ....................
Spartanburg ..............
Sumter .......................

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*18
28
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15, 39
7, 43
*28, 39

Channel No.

Fort Worth .................
Fredericksburg ..........
Galveston ..................
Garland .....................
Greenville ..................
Harlingen ...................
Houston .....................

SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen ...................
Brookings ..................
Eagle Butte ...............
Florence ....................
Huron ........................
Lead ..........................
Lowry .........................
Martin ........................
Mitchell ......................
Pierre .........................
Rapid City .................
Reliance ....................
Sioux Falls ................
Vermillion ..................

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*8
*13
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12
10, 29
*11
*8
26
*10, 19
2, 7, 16, 21, *26
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*34

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Chattanooga ..............
Cleveland ..................
Cookeville ..................
Crossville ...................
Greeneville ................
Hendersonville ..........
Jackson .....................
Jellico ........................
Johnson City .............
Kingsport ...................
Knoxville ....................
Lebanon ....................
Lexington ...................
Memphis ....................
Murfreesboro .............
Nashville ....................
Sneedville ..................
Tazewell ....................

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42
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20
38
51
39, 43
23
11
19
7, 10, *17, 26, 30, 34
44
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Abilene ......................
Alvin ..........................
Amarillo .....................
Arlington ....................
Austin ........................
Baytown ....................
Beaumont ..................
Belton ........................
Big Spring .................
Blanco .......................
Borger .......................
Brownsville ................
Bryan .........................
College Station ..........
Conroe ......................
Corpus Christi ...........
Dallas ........................
Decatur ......................
Del Rio ......................
Denton .......................
Eagle Pass ................
El Paso ......................
Farwell .......................

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Jacksonville ...............
Katy ...........................
Kerrville .....................
Killeen .......................
Lake Dallas ...............
Laredo .......................
Llano .........................
Longview ...................
Lubbock .....................
Lufkin .........................
Mcallen ......................
Midland ......................
Nacogdoches ............
Odessa ......................
Port Arthur .................
Rio Grande City ........
Rosenberg .................
San Angelo ...............
San Antonio ..............
Sherman ....................
Snyder .......................
Sweetwater ...............
Temple ......................
Texarkana .................
Tyler ..........................
Uvalde .......................
Victoria ......................
Waco .........................
Weslaco ....................
Wichita Falls ..............
Wolfforth ....................

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UTAH
Cedar City .................
Logan ........................
Ogden .......................
Price ..........................
Provo .........................
Richfield ....................
Salt Lake City ............
St. George .................
Vernal ........................

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VERMONT
Burlington ..................
Hartford .....................
Rutland ......................
St. Johnsbury ............
Windsor .....................

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Arlington ....................
Ashland .....................
Bristol ........................
Charlottesville ............
Danville .....................
Fairfax .......................
Front Royal ...............
Goldvein ....................

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Hampton ....................
Hampton Norfolk .......
Harrisonburg .............
Lynchburg .................
Manassas ..................
Marion .......................
Norfolk .......................
Norton .......................
Petersburg .................
Portsmouth ................
Richmond ..................
Roanoke ....................
Staunton ....................
Virginia Beach ...........

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Bellevue ....................
Bellingham ................
Centralia ....................
Everett .......................
Kennewick .................
Pasco ........................
Pullman .....................
Richland ....................
Seattle .......................
Spokane ....................
Tacoma .....................
Vancouver .................
Walla Walla ...............
Yakima ......................

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26, *38
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Bluefield ....................
Charleston .................
Clarksburg .................
Grandview .................
Huntington .................
Lewisburg ..................
Martinsburg ...............
Morgantown ..............
Oak Hill .....................
Parkersburg ...............
Weston ......................
Wheeling ...................

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Antigo ........................
Appleton ....................
Chippewa Falls .........
Crandon ....................
Eagle River ...............
Eau Claire .................
Fond Du Lac .............
Green Bay .................
Janesville ..................
Kenosha ....................
La Crosse ..................
Madison .....................
Mayville .....................
Menomonie ...............
Milwaukee .................
Park Falls ..................
Racine .......................
Rhinelander ...............
Superior .....................
Suring ........................
Wausau .....................
Wittenberg .................

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developed in the three-round channel
election process that the Commission
conducted to create the proposed DTV Table,
in some cases modified in response to
comments filed in this proceeding. These
technical facilities data are also available in
an EXCEL format at http://www.fcc.gov/dtv.

Channel No.
WYOMING

Casper .......................
Cheyenne ..................
Jackson .....................
Lander .......................
Laramie .....................
Rawlins ......................
Riverton .....................
Rock Springs .............
Sheridan ....................

*6, 12, 14, 17, 20
11, 27, 30
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7, *8
*8
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10
13
7, 13

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Agana ........................
Tamuning ..................

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14

PUERTO RICO
Aguada ......................
Aguadilla ...................
Arecibo ......................
Bayamon ...................
Caguas ......................
Carolina .....................
Fajardo ......................
Guayama ...................
Humacao ...................
Mayaguez ..................
Naranjito ....................
Ponce ........................
San Juan ...................
San Sebastian ...........
Yauco ........................

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14, 46
30
11, *48
51
13, *16, 33
45
49
22, 23, 29, 35
18
7, 9, 15, 19, *25, 47
21, 27, 28, 31, 32,
*43
39
41

VIRGIN ISLANDS
Charlotte Amalie .......
Christiansted .............

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Appendix B—DTV Table of Allotments
Information
The table in this appendix presents the
Commission’s assignments of DTV channel
allotments to individual broadcast television
stations for post-transition DTV operations. It
sets forth the technical facilities—effective
radiated power, antenna height above average
terrain, and antenna identification code—and
transmitter site for which each TV station
would be authorized on its post-transition
channel. The table also provides information
on stations’ predicted service coverage and
the percentage of their service population
that would be affected by interference
received from other DTV stations. The
channels here are the same as those the
Commission is including in the new DTV
Table of Allotments (DTV Table), codified in
§ 73.622(i) of the Commission’s rules.
The table includes a DTV channel
assignment for all television stations that are
eligible under the qualifying criteria, set forth
in the Second DTV Periodic Report and
Order and reiterated in the discussion above.
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Facility ID: A five-digit code for
identification of TV or DTV stations
associated with channel allotments. A unique
code is assigned to each station at the time
the Commission first receives an application
for a construction permit for that station and
does not change, even where the license for
the station changes ownership or major
changes are made to the station, such as a
change of channel or community.
City and State: The city and state to which
the channel is allotted and the station is
licensed to serve.
NTSC Channel: The station’s current
analog (NTSC) channel. This field is left
blank in the case of stations that are only
licensed to operate digital television service.
If a station currently operates only an analog
channel, that analog channel will appear in
this field. Note: Stations must cease analog
operations at the end of the DTV transition
on February 17, 2009. See 47 U.S.C.
309(j)(14)(A).
DTV Channel: The channel assigned for
the station’s post-transition DTV operation.
DTV Power: The effective radiated power
(ERP) for the station’s post-transition DTV
operation. This value is the ERP specified for
the station’s post-transition operation in the
channel election process or modified in
response to comments in this proceeding.
Accordingly, the ERP may be the station’s: (1)
Currently authorized ERP, (2) 1997 service
replication ERP, (3) other allowable value to
which it agreed to operate to resolve a
conflict or as part of a negotiated agreement
in the channel election process; or (4) in
cases where a station’s assigned DTV channel
is not its current DTV channel, a value
determined by the Commission that will
enable the station to provide coverage of the
station’s service area as specified in the
channel election process. The value shown is
the maximum, over a set of uniformly spaced
compass directions, of the ERP values used
in determining the station’s specified noiselimited DTV service contour. This value is
used in the calculations of service and
interference also shown herein.
In cases where the TV Engineering
Database indicated employment of a
directional antenna, the ERP in each specific
direction was determined through linear
interpolation of the relative field values
describing the directional pattern. (The
directional pattern stored in the FCC
computer database provides relative field
values at 10-degree intervals and may
include additional values in special
directions. The result of linear interpolation
of these relative field values is squared and
multiplied by the overall maximum ERP
listed for the station in the TV Engineering
Database to find the ERP in a specific
direction.)
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following methodology. First, the distance to
the station’s noise-limited DTV contour (or
Grade B contour for stations that do not have
a DTV channel) was determined in each of
360 uniformly spaced compass directions
starting from true north. This determination
was made using information in the
engineering database, including directional
antenna data, and using terrain elevation data
at points separated by 3 arc-seconds of
longitude and latitude, in conjunction with
the FCC F(50, 90) curves. The FCC curves (47
CFR 73.699) were applied in the usual way,
as described in 47 CFR 73.684, to find this
noise-limited contour distance, with the
exception that dipole factor considerations
were applied to the field strength contour
specified in 47 CFR 73.683 for UHF channels.
The station’s post-transition DTV ERP was
then calculated by a further application of
FCC curves, with noise-limited DTV coverage
defined as the presence of field strengths of
28 dBu, 36 dBu, and 41 dBu as set forth in
§ 73.622(e) of the rules, respectively for lowVHF, high-VHF and UHF, at 50 percent of
locations and 90 percent of the time. The
family of FCC propagation curves for
predicting field strength at 50 percent of
locations 90 percent of the time is found by
the formula F(50, 90) = F(50, 50) ¥ [F(50,
10) ¥ F(50, 50)]. That is, the F(50, 90) value
is lower than F(50, 50) by the same amount
that F(50, 10) exceeds F(50, 50). At UHF, the
precise value 41 dBu was applied for channel
38; and the value used for other UHF
channels is 41 dBu plus a dipole factor
modification. This results in reception on
channel 14 needing 2.3 dB less, and channel
69 needing 2.3 dB more, than the 41 dBu for
channel 38. The dipole factor modification
used in ERP calculations is equal to 20 times
log10 of the ratio of the center frequency of
the UHF channel of interest to the center
frequency of channel 38.
In general, these computations of a
station’s DTV power on a new channel to
match the distance to its noise-limited
contour result in ERP values which vary with
azimuth. For example, the azimuthal ERP
pattern that replicates for a UHF channel, the
noise-limited contour of an omnidirectional
VHF operation will be somewhat different
because terrain has a different effect on
propagation in the two bands. Thus, the
procedure described here effectively derives
a new directional antenna pattern wherever
necessary for a precise match according to
FCC curves.
Finally, the ERP specified for a station’s
new UHF DTV channel was limited so that
it does not exceed 1 megawatt. This was done
by scaling the azimuthal power pattern rather
than by truncation. For example, if
replication by FCC curves as described above
requires an ERP of 1.2 megawatts, the power
pattern is reduced by a factor of 1.2 in all
directions. The azimuthal pattern is used in
subsequent service and interference
calculations for the station.
Antenna Height: The height of the station’s
transmitting antenna above average terrain,
that is, antenna height above average terrain
(antenna HAAT). In general, the antenna
HAAT value shown for each station is the
same as that specified for the station in the
channel election process. This value

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represents the height of the radiation center
of the station whose service area is being
replicated, above terrain averaged from 3.2 to
16.1 kilometers (2 to 10 miles) from the
station’s transmitter site, over 8 evenly
spaced radials. In computations of service
coverage and interference, the value of
antenna HAAT was determined every 5
degrees directly from the terrain elevation
data, and by linear interpolation for compass
directions in between.
Antenna ID: A six digit number that
identifies the radiation pattern for the
station’s transmitting antenna that is stored
in the Commission’s Consolidated Database
System (CDBS). In cases where a station’s
post-transition channel is the same as its
currently assigned DTV channel, the station’s
antenna pattern is the same as its certified
facilities antenna. In other cases, such as
where a station chose its analog channel or
a different channel, or where the
Commission’s staff selected a ‘‘best
available’’ channel for the station’s posttransition operation, the antenna pattern for
the station was developed by our computer
software to allow the station to replicate the
coverage area reached by operation at its

certified facilities on its proposed channel
(i.e., the station’s TCD from the channel
election process); or the station has indicated
that it would use a particular antenna for its
post-transition operation in the channel
election process, the station’s antenna pattern
is the same as specified in Schedule B of FCC
Forms 383 and 385. These antenna patterns
are used in the calculation of service area and
interference. The CDBS can be accessed on
the Internet at http://www.fcc.gov/mb/
cdbs.html.
Transmitter Latitude: The geographic
latitude coordinates of the station’s
transmitter location.
Transmitter Longitude: The geographic
longitude coordinates of the station’s
transmitter location.
Service Area, Service Population, and
Percent Interference Received: Under the
heading ‘‘DIGITAL TELEVISION SERVICE
AFTER THE TRANSITION,’’ prospective
conditions are evaluated in terms of both area
and population. The values tabulated under
this heading are net values: service area is the
area within a station’s noise-limited service
contour where the desired signal is above the
DTV noise threshold, less the area where
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69315 ....
49621 ....
13813 ....
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13814 ....
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20015 ....
60519 ....
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71325 ....
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74173 ....
5360 ......
16820 ....
71221 ....
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43846 ....
4152 ......
714 ........
65128 ....
6816 ......
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1002 ......
73312 ....
83943 ....
74138 ....
48693 ....
713 ........
57292 ....
28119 ....
591 ........
710 ........
4143 ......
11906 ....
60827 ....
83740 ....
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service receives predicted interference from
other DTV stations. Similarly, the number of
people served is the population within a
station’s noise-limited service contour
receiving an adequate signal relative to noise
excluding people in areas with predicted
interference. The level of interference
received to a station’s service is calculated
based on desired-to-undesired (D/U) ratios,
and these levels must be above certain
threshold values for acceptable service. The
percent interference received value is the
percentage of the station’s service coverage
within its noise-limited service contour that
is affected by predicted interference from
other DTV stations. The threshold values
used to prepare the interference estimates in
this appendix are those set forth in
§ 73.623(c) of the rules, 47 CFR 73.623(c).
The procedure used to identify areas of
service and interference is that specified in
OET Bulletin No. 69. See OET Bulletin No.
69, Longley-Rice Methodology for Evaluating
TV Coverage and Interference, February 6,
2004 (‘‘OET Bulletin No. 69’’), available at
http://www.fcc.gov/Bureaus/
Engineering_Technology/Documents/
bulletins/oet69/oet69.pdf.
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BAKERSFIELD ........................
BAKERSFIELD ........................
BARSTOW ...............................
BISHOP ...................................
CALIPATRIA ............................
CERES .....................................
CHICO .....................................
CHICO .....................................
CLOVIS ....................................
CONCORD ..............................
CORONA .................................
COTATI ....................................
EL CENTRO ............................
EL CENTRO ............................
EUREKA ..................................
EUREKA ..................................
EUREKA ..................................
EUREKA ..................................
FORT BRAGG .........................
FRESNO ..................................
FRESNO ..................................
FRESNO ..................................
FRESNO ..................................
FRESNO ..................................
HANFORD ...............................
HUNTINGTON BEACH ...........
LONG BEACH .........................
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LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
LOS ANGELES ........................
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WILMINGTON ..........................
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BOCA RATON .........................
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CAPE CORAL ..........................
CLEARWATER ........................
CLERMONT .............................
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DESTIN ....................................
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GAINESVILLE ..........................
GAINESVILLE ..........................
GAINESVILLE ..........................
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HOLLYWOOD ..........................
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LEESBURG .............................
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MARIANNA ..............................
MELBOURNE ..........................
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OCALA .....................................
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ST. PETERSBURG .................
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19:58 Sep 25, 2007

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STUART ...................................
TALLAHASSEE .......................
TALLAHASSEE .......................
TALLAHASSEE .......................
TALLAHASSEE .......................
TAMPA .....................................
TAMPA .....................................
TAMPA .....................................
TAMPA .....................................
TAMPA .....................................
TAMPA .....................................
TEQUESTA ..............................
TICE .........................................
VENICE ....................................
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ATHENS ..................................
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ATLANTA .................................
ATLANTA .................................
ATLANTA .................................
ATLANTA .................................
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ATLANTA .................................
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AUGUSTA ................................
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BAINBRIDGE ...........................
BAXLEY ...................................
BRUNSWICK ...........................
CHATSWORTH .......................
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COLUMBUS .............................
COLUMBUS .............................
COLUMBUS .............................
COLUMBUS .............................
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JACKSONVILLE ......................
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ENSIGN ...................................
GARDEN CITY ........................
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GOODLAND ............................
GREAT BEND .........................
HAYS .......................................
HAYS .......................................
HOISINGTON ..........................
HUTCHINSON .........................
HUTCHINSON .........................
HUTCHINSON .........................
LAKIN .......................................
LAWRENCE .............................
PITTSBURG ............................
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TOPEKA ..................................
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WICHITA ..................................
WICHITA ..................................
ASHLAND ................................
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BOWLING GREEN ..................
BOWLING GREEN ..................
BOWLING GREEN ..................
BOWLING GREEN ..................
CAMPBELLSVILLE ..................
COVINGTON ...........................
DANVILLE ................................
ELIZABETHTOWN ..................
HARLAN ..................................
HAZARD ..................................
HAZARD ..................................
LEXINGTON ............................
LEXINGTON ............................
LEXINGTON ............................
LEXINGTON ............................
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LOUISVILLE ............................
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LOUISVILLE ............................
LOUISVILLE ............................
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MOREHEAD ............................
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NEWPORT ...............................
OWENSBORO .........................
OWENTON ..............................
PADUCAH ...............................
PADUCAH ...............................
PADUCAH ...............................
PIKEVILLE ...............................
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ALEXANDRIA ..........................
ALEXANDRIA ..........................
ALEXANDRIA ..........................
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BATON ROUGE ......................
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LA
LA
LA
LA
LA
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MA
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LAFAYETTE ............................
LAKE CHARLES ......................
LAKE CHARLES ......................
LAKE CHARLES ......................
MINDEN ...................................
MONROE .................................
MONROE .................................
NEW IBERIA ............................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
NEW ORLEANS ......................
SHREVEPORT ........................
SHREVEPORT ........................
SHREVEPORT ........................
SHREVEPORT ........................
SHREVEPORT ........................
SLIDELL ...................................
WEST MONROE .....................
WEST MONROE .....................
ADAMS ....................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
BOSTON ..................................
CAMBRIDGE ...........................
LAWRENCE .............................
MARLBOROUGH ....................
NEW BEDFORD ......................
NEW BEDFORD ......................
NORWELL ...............................
PITTSFIELD .............................
SPRINGFIELD .........................
SPRINGFIELD .........................
SPRINGFIELD .........................
VINEYARD HAVEN .................
WORCESTER ..........................
WORCESTER ..........................
ANNAPOLIS ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
BALTIMORE ............................
FREDERICK ............................
HAGERSTOWN .......................
HAGERSTOWN .......................
HAGERSTOWN .......................
OAKLAND ................................
SALISBURY .............................
SALISBURY .............................
SALISBURY .............................
AUGUSTA ................................
BANGOR .................................
BANGOR .................................
BANGOR .................................
BIDDEFORD ............................
CALAIS ....................................
LEWISTON ..............................
ORONO ...................................
POLAND SPRING ...................
PORTLAND .............................
PORTLAND .............................
PORTLAND .............................
PRESQUE ISLE ......................
PRESQUE ISLE ......................
PRESQUE ISLE ......................
WATERVILLE ..........................

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0
0
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1.7
0.1
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0
7.7
0.1
0.4
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1.2
3.2
2.3
1.1
0.6
0.2
2.1
0.4
0.9
0.6
3.4
27.5
12.8
9.7
10.6
3.7
8.9
0
2.4
3.9
5
4.6
0.3
0.5
5.6
5.2
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28.7
6
4.1
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0.4
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ALPENA ...................................
ALPENA ...................................
ANN ARBOR ...........................
BAD AXE .................................
BATTLE CREEK ......................
BATTLE CREEK ......................
BAY CITY ................................
BAY CITY ................................
CADILLAC ...............................
CADILLAC ...............................
CADILLAC ...............................
CALUMET ................................
CHEBOYGAN ..........................
DETROIT .................................
DETROIT .................................
DETROIT .................................
DETROIT .................................
DETROIT .................................
DETROIT .................................
DETROIT .................................
EAST LANSING .......................
ESCANABA .............................
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FLINT .......................................
FLINT .......................................
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GRAND RAPIDS .....................
GRAND RAPIDS .....................
GRAND RAPIDS .....................
IRON MOUNTAIN ....................
ISHPEMING .............................
JACKSON ................................
KALAMAZOO ...........................
KALAMAZOO ...........................
KALAMAZOO ...........................
LANSING .................................
LANSING .................................
LANSING .................................
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MARQUETTE ..........................
MARQUETTE ..........................
MARQUETTE ..........................
MOUNT CLEMENS .................
MOUNT PLEASANT ................
MUSKEGON ............................
ONONDAGA ............................
SAGINAW ................................
SAGINAW ................................
SAULT STE. MARIE ................
SAULT STE. MARIE ................
TRAVERSE CITY ....................
TRAVERSE CITY ....................
ALEXANDRIA ..........................
ALEXANDRIA ..........................
APPLETON ..............................
AUSTIN ....................................
AUSTIN ....................................
BEMIDJI ...................................
BEMIDJI ...................................
BRAINERD ..............................
CHISHOLM ..............................
CROOKSTON ..........................
DULUTH ..................................
DULUTH ..................................
DULUTH ..................................
DULUTH ..................................
DULUTH ..................................
HIBBING ..................................
HIBBING ..................................
MANKATO ...............................
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MINNEAPOLIS ........................
MINNEAPOLIS ........................
MINNEAPOLIS ........................
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4.7
4.6
0
0
0
0
0
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2.5
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1.7
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2.6
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11.8
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4.3
0.1
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0
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0
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3.8
0.1
0.1
0.1
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0.1
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.1
2
0
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2.9
0
1
0.2
0.2
0.4
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0.2
0
1.9
0.6
0.1
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ST. CLOUD ..............................
ST. PAUL .................................
ST. PAUL .................................
ST. PAUL .................................
THIEF RIVER FALLS ..............
WALKER ..................................
WORTHINGTON .....................
CAPE GIRARDEAU .................
CAPE GIRARDEAU .................
COLUMBIA ..............................
COLUMBIA ..............................
HANNIBAL ...............................
JEFFERSON CITY ..................
JEFFERSON CITY ..................
JOPLIN ....................................
JOPLIN ....................................
JOPLIN ....................................
KANSAS CITY .........................
KANSAS CITY .........................
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7
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MINOT .....................................
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MANCHESTER ........................
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19:58 Sep 25, 2007

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ALBUQUERQUE .....................
CARLSBAD ..............................
CARLSBAD ..............................
CLOVIS ....................................
FARMINGTON .........................
FARMINGTON .........................
HOBBS ....................................
LAS CRUCES ..........................
LAS CRUCES ..........................
PORTALES ..............................
ROSWELL ...............................
ROSWELL ...............................
ROSWELL ...............................
ROSWELL ...............................
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SANTA FE ...............................
SANTA FE ...............................
SANTA FE ...............................
SILVER CITY ...........................
SILVER CITY ...........................
ELKO .......................................
ELY ..........................................
ELY ..........................................
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HENDERSON ..........................
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LAS VEGAS .............................
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LAS VEGAS .............................
LAS VEGAS .............................
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PARADISE ...............................
RENO .......................................
RENO .......................................
RENO .......................................
RENO .......................................
RENO .......................................
RENO .......................................
RENO .......................................
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ALBANY ...................................
ALBANY ...................................
AMSTERDAM ..........................
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BINGHAMTON .........................
BINGHAMTON .........................
BINGHAMTON .........................
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BUFFALO ................................
BUFFALO ................................
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ITHACA ....................................
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NEW YORK .............................
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NEW YORK .............................
NEW YORK .............................
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DAYTON ..................................
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NEWARK .................................
OXFORD ..................................
PORTSMOUTH .......................
PORTSMOUTH .......................
SANDUSKY .............................
SHAKER HEIGHTS .................
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YOUNGSTOWN ......................
YOUNGSTOWN ......................
ZANESVILLE ...........................
ADA ..........................................
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19:58 Sep 25, 2007

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CHEYENNE .............................
CLAREMORE ..........................
EUFAULA ................................
LAWTON ..................................
MUSKOGEE ............................
NORMAN .................................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
OKLAHOMA CITY ...................
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OKMULGEE .............................
SHAWNEE ...............................
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ALLENTOWN ...........................
ALTOONA ................................
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BETHLEHEM ...........................
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ERIE .........................................
GREENSBURG .......................
HARRISBURG .........................
HARRISBURG .........................
HARRISBURG .........................
HAZLETON ..............................
JEANNETTE ............................

19:58 Sep 25, 2007

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Population
(thousand)

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403352
403406
403401
403412
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1213759
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1174357
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1231345
1224307
1231346
1224459
1180211
1224446
1224445
1224453
1224358
1224359
1224359
1231916
1231918
1232156
1224445
1224358
752606
752624
782638
782630
782626
752624
782629
800019
800343
800356
800409
800356
794654
765702
765209
765206
755210
790946

30003
15572
31355
40212
20096
18745
34028
36596
38899
29701
37403
39060
39194
23666
28774
36936
20118
38646
40080
28865
33165
35867
32279
40750
19212
13058
16828
29073
10195
10034
12943
8368
24451
24311
28949
17731
15614
13922
19481
29481
19200
20779
28984
20192
49279
36640
38336
35257
11117
30211
30424
32672
30824
30516
30145
29841
9672
9394
5477
31809
30060
15373
16547
19812
22732
13077
15841
31830
24248
19713
14972
20313
18066
16084
22372
22848
16831
26172
19207

101
915
600
446
1001
1211
1407
1436
1455
1365
1448
1449
1464
1272
1341
1428
978
1451
1293
1168
1210
1235
1195
1297
1018
893
37
157
150
148
82
65
1118
513
648
465
477
460
185
84
65
67
78
42
483
386
337
377
216
316
2379
2474
2429
2489
2486
2479
93
89
76
2507
2482
4857
6539
757
817
575
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862
675
636
581
702
531
2634
2185
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0
0.1
1.6
0.4
0.1
0.1
0.2
0
1.1
0
0.7
0
0
0
0
0.5
0.5
0.2
1.7
0.3
1
0.2
0.7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.9
9.6
0.1
7.6
0.1
0
0
0
0.2
0
0
3.1
0
0
1
0
2.2
0
0
3.6
0.1
1.2
0
0
0
0
0
0.2
0
0.1
2.5
2.3
0.8
1.6
0.7
8.4
1.4
0.7
0.6
0
1.1
3.5
2.8
0.6
4.6
8.6
17.9
19.9

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PA
PA
PA
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PA
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PA
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PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
RI
RI
RI
RI
RI
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
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DTV

City

JOHNSTOWN ..........................
JOHNSTOWN ..........................
LANCASTER ...........................
LANCASTER ...........................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PHILADELPHIA .......................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
PITTSBURGH ..........................
READING .................................
RED LION ................................
SCRANTON .............................
SCRANTON .............................
SCRANTON .............................
SCRANTON .............................
SCRANTON .............................
WILKES-BARRE ......................
WILLIAMSPORT ......................
YORK .......................................
BLOCK ISLAND .......................
PROVIDENCE .........................
PROVIDENCE .........................
PROVIDENCE .........................
PROVIDENCE .........................
ALLENDALE ............................
ANDERSON .............................
BEAUFORT .............................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
COLUMBIA ..............................
COLUMBIA ..............................
COLUMBIA ..............................
COLUMBIA ..............................
COLUMBIA ..............................
COLUMBIA ..............................
CONWAY .................................
FLORENCE .............................
FLORENCE .............................
FLORENCE .............................
FLORENCE .............................
GEORGETOWN ......................
GREENVILLE ..........................
GREENVILLE ..........................
GREENVILLE ..........................
GREENVILLE ..........................
GREENWOOD .........................
HARDEEVILLE ........................
MYRTLE BEACH .....................
MYRTLE BEACH .....................
ROCK HILL ..............................
ROCK HILL ..............................
SPARTANBURG ......................
SPARTANBURG ......................
SUMTER ..................................
SUMTER ..................................
ABERDEEN .............................
ABERDEEN .............................
BROOKINGS ...........................
EAGLE BUTTE ........................
FLORENCE .............................
HURON ....................................
LEAD ........................................
LEAD ........................................
LOWRY ....................................
MARTIN ...................................
MITCHELL ...............................

19:58 Sep 25, 2007

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Chan

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17
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10
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98.4
496
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64722
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Longitude
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Area
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Population
(thousand)

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3
2.5
1.1
0.2
0
1.6
3.6
1.6
4.3
8.6
1.3
0.1
0.2
3.9
0
0.6
0.6
35.2
17.2
5.9
5.2
3.7
2.3
0.9
5.2
2.2
26.3
4
0.8
0.8
34.3
0.4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.3
0
9.5
1.8
6.5
0
16.7
1.4
0
1
1.2
0.1
0.2
2
0.1
0.5
0.9
0.2
0.7
0
0.9
0
0.2
2.7
0.4
4
0.4
7.1
2.8
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3
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1.5
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35867 ....
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70492 ....
10150 ....
22589 ....
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SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
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TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
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TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
TX
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DTV

City

PIERRE ....................................
PIERRE ....................................
RAPID CITY .............................
RAPID CITY .............................
RAPID CITY .............................
RAPID CITY .............................
RAPID CITY .............................
RELIANCE ...............................
SIOUX FALLS ..........................
SIOUX FALLS ..........................
SIOUX FALLS ..........................
SIOUX FALLS ..........................
SIOUX FALLS ..........................
SIOUX FALLS ..........................
VERMILLION ...........................
CHATTANOOGA .....................
CHATTANOOGA .....................
CHATTANOOGA .....................
CHATTANOOGA .....................
CHATTANOOGA .....................
CLEVELAND ............................
COOKEVILLE ..........................
COOKEVILLE ..........................
CROSSVILLE ..........................
GREENEVILLE ........................
HENDERSONVILLE ................
JACKSON ................................
JACKSON ................................
JELLICO ..................................
JOHNSON CITY ......................
KINGSPORT ............................
KNOXVILLE .............................
KNOXVILLE .............................
KNOXVILLE .............................
KNOXVILLE .............................
KNOXVILLE .............................
KNOXVILLE .............................
LEBANON ................................
LEXINGTON ............................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MEMPHIS ................................
MURFREESBORO ..................
NASHVILLE .............................
NASHVILLE .............................
NASHVILLE .............................
NASHVILLE .............................
NASHVILLE .............................
NASHVILLE .............................
NASHVILLE .............................
SNEEDVILLE ...........................
TAZEWELL ..............................
ABILENE ..................................
ABILENE ..................................
ABILENE ..................................
ALVIN .......................................
AMARILLO ...............................
AMARILLO ...............................
AMARILLO ...............................
AMARILLO ...............................
AMARILLO ...............................
ARLINGTON ............................
AUSTIN ....................................
AUSTIN ....................................
AUSTIN ....................................
AUSTIN ....................................
AUSTIN ....................................
AUSTIN ....................................
BAYTOWN ...............................
BEAUMONT .............................
BEAUMONT .............................
BEAUMONT .............................
BELTON ...................................

19:58 Sep 25, 2007

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Chan

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6.5
0
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4.4
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3
2.1
3.2
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ARLINGTON ............................
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BRISTOL ..................................
CHARLOTTESVILLE ...............
CHARLOTTESVILLE ...............
CHARLOTTESVILLE ...............
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GOLDVEIN ..............................
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RICHMOND .............................
RICHMOND .............................
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BURLINGTON .........................
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LA CROSSE ............................
MADISON ................................
MADISON ................................
MADISON ................................
MADISON ................................
MADISON ................................
MAYVILLE ...............................
MENOMONIE ..........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
MILWAUKEE ...........................
PARK FALLS ...........................
RACINE ...................................
RHINELANDER .......................
SUPERIOR ..............................
SURING ...................................
WAUSAU .................................
WAUSAU .................................
WAUSAU .................................
WITTENBERG .........................
BLUEFIELD .............................
BLUEFIELD .............................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
CHARLESTON ........................
CLARKSBURG ........................
CLARKSBURG ........................
GRANDVIEW ...........................
HUNTINGTON .........................
HUNTINGTON .........................
HUNTINGTON .........................
LEWISBURG ...........................
MARTINSBURG ......................
MORGANTOWN ......................
OAK HILL .................................
PARKERSBURG .....................
WESTON .................................
WHEELING ..............................
CASPER ..................................
CASPER ..................................
CASPER ..................................
CASPER ..................................
CASPER ..................................
CHEYENNE .............................
CHEYENNE .............................
CHEYENNE .............................
JACKSON ................................
JACKSON ................................
LANDER ..................................
LANDER ..................................
LARAMIE .................................
RAWLINS .................................
RIVERTON ..............................
ROCK SPRINGS .....................
SHERIDAN ..............................
SHERIDAN ..............................
AGANA ....................................
AGANA ....................................
TAMUNING ..............................
AGUADA ..................................
AGUADILLA .............................
AGUADILLA .............................
AGUADILLA .............................
ARECIBO .................................
ARECIBO .................................
BAYAMON ...............................
CAGUAS ..................................
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29375
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26272
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26207
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State

PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
PR
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PR
PR
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PR
PR
PR
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PR
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI
VI

City

HUMACAO ...............................
MAYAGUEZ .............................
MAYAGUEZ .............................
MAYAGUEZ .............................
MAYAGUEZ .............................
NARANJITO .............................
PONCE ....................................
PONCE ....................................
PONCE ....................................
PONCE ....................................
PONCE ....................................
PONCE ....................................
SAN JUAN ...............................
SAN JUAN ...............................
SAN JUAN ...............................
SAN JUAN ...............................
SAN JUAN ...............................
SAN JUAN ...............................
SAN SEBASTIAN ....................
YAUCO ....................................
CHARLOTTE AMALIE .............
CHARLOTTE AMALIE .............
CHARLOTTE AMALIE .............
CHRISTIANSTED ....................
CHRISTIANSTED ....................
CHRISTIANSTED ....................

Appendix C—List of Commenters and
Reply Commenters

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Comments (Filed by Jan. 25, 2007)
1. 54 Broadcasting, Inc.
2. Alabama Educational Television
Commission
3. Alaska Broadcasting Company, Inc.
4. The Allen Broadcasting Corp.
5. Amarillo Junior College District
6. Arizona Board of Regents
7. Arkansas Educational Television
Commission
8. Association of Federal Communications
Consulting Engineers
9. Barrington Bay City License LLC
10. Barrington Peoria License LLC
11. Bluestone License Holdings, Inc.
12. Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges/
Roger State University
13. The Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois
University
14. Board of Trustees of Northern Michigan
University
15. Ronald J. Brey
16. Brazos Valley Public Broadcasting
Foundation
17. CBS Corporation
18. Capital Community Broadcasting, Inc.
19. Capital Broadcasting Company, Inc.
20. Christian Faith Broadcast, Inc.
21. Christian Worldview Broadcasting
Corporation
22. CMCG Puerto Rico License, LLC
23. Collins Broadcasting Company
24. Colorado Public Television
25. Community Television of Southern
California—KCET
26. Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc.
27. Corridor Television LLP Licensee of
KCWX, Fredericksburg, Texas
28. The Curators of the University of
Missouri
29. Delta College

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Longitude
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Population
(thousand)

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180900
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3389
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30. Dept. of Information Technology and
Telecommunication of the City of New
York
31. Dispatch Broadcast Group
32. Diversified Broadcasting, Inc.
33. Dominion Broadcasting, Inc.
34. Duluth-Superior Area Educational
Television Corporation—WDSE
35. Eastern Illinois University
36. Eastern Television Corporation
37. Educational Broadcasting Foundation,
Inc.
38. Ellis Communications KDOC Licensee,
Inc.
39. Entravision Holdings, LLC
40. Evangelistic Alaska Missionary
Fellowship, Inc.
41. Flathead Adventist Radio, Inc.
42. Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting,
Inc.
43. John F. Fleming
44. Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting,
Inc.
45. Florida State University
46. Gainesville Channel 61 Associates, Inc.
47. Georgia Public Telecommunications
Commission
48. Granite Broadcasting Corporation
49. Grant Educational Foundation, et. al.
50. Gray Television Licensee, Inc.
51. Griffin Tulsa II Licensing, LLC
52. Hearst-Argyle Television, KCWE LMA
Inc., and WMOR–TV Company
53. Hoak Media, LLC
54. ICA Broadcasting I, Ltd., Licensee of
KOSA–TV
55. International Broadcasting Corporation
56. Jackson Television, LLC
57. KATC Communications, Inc.
58. Ketchikan TV, LLC
59. KEVN, Inc.
60. KM Television of Iowa, LLC, KM
Television of Flagstaff, LLC
61. KOB–TV, LLC
62. KOCE–TV Foundation

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0.4
0.5
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0
0
0
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63. KPAX Communications, Inc.
64. KRTV Communications, Inc.
65. KTVQ Communications, Inc.
66. KVIE, Inc.
67. KVOA Communications, Inc.
68. LIN of Alabama, LLC
69. Malara Broadcast Group, Inc.
70. Maritime Communications/Land Mobile,
LLC
71. Mc-Graw Hill Broadcasting Company,
Inc.
72. Media General Communications
Holdings, LLC
73. Meredith Corporation
74. Mid State Television, Inc.
75. Mission Broadcasting, Inc.
76. Mississippi Authority for Educational
Television
77. Mississippi Broadcasting Partners
78. Mitts Telecasting Company
79. Morris Network, Inc.
80. Mt. Mansfield Television, Inc.
81. Mountain Licenses, LP
82. NBC Telemundo License Co.
83. NEPSK, Inc.
84. New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority
85. New York Times Management Services
86. Newport License Holdings, Inc.
87. Newschannel 5 Network, L.P.
88. Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
89. Northern California Public Television
90. Northern California Public Broadcasting
Inc.—KQED
91. Oral Roberts University
92. Pappas Entities
93. Pappas Telecasting of America & South
Central Communications Corporation
94. Parker Broadcasting, Inc.
95. Paxson Communications License
Company, LLC
96. Paxson Denver License, Inc.
97. Paxson Hartford License, Inc.
98. Paxson Jax License, Inc.
99. Paxson Kansas City License, Inc.
100. The Pennsylvania State University

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101. Piedmont Television of Huntsville
License, LLC and Huntsville Broadcasting
Corporation
102. Piedmont Television of Macon License,
LLC
103. Piedmont Television of Monroe/El
Dorado License LLC
104. Prime Time Christian Broadcasting, Inc.
105. The PSC Liquidating Trust
106. Puerto Rico Public Broadcasting
Corporation
107. Ramar Communications II, Ltd.
108. Raycom TV Broadcasting, Inc.
109. Red River Broadcast, LLC
110. Red River Broadcast Co., LLC—KBRR
111. Red River Broadcast Co., LLC—KJRR
112. St. Lawrence Valley Educational
Television Council, Inc.
113. Sangre de Christo Communications, Inc.
114. School Board of Broward County,
Florida
115. Larry L. Schrecongost
116. Scripps Howard Broadcasting
Company—KNXV–DT
117. Scripps Howard Broadcasting
Company—WCPO–DT
118. Siete Grande Television, Inc.
119. Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.
120. Smith Media License Holdings, LLC
121. South Carolina Educational Television
Commission
122. South Dakota Board of Directors for
Educational Telecommunications
123. Stainless Broadcasting, LP
124. State Board of Education, State of Idaho
125. Sunbeam Television Corporation
126. Surtsey Media, LLC
127. Tanana Valley Television Company
128. Television Capital Corporation of
Mobile
129. University of Houston System
130. The University of North Carolina
131. Thomas Broadcasting Company
132. Trinity Christian Center of Santa Ana,
Inc., et. Al. (Supplement to Comment)
133. Twin Cities Public Television, Inc.
134. University of Alaska
135. University of New Hampshire
136. Univision Communications, Inc.
137. Virgin Islands Public Television System
138. WHDH–TV
139. WLEX Communications, LLC
140. WMHT Educational
Telecommunications

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KVEA .................................................
KWHY ................................................
KCRA .................................................
KQED ................................................
WSCV ................................................
KMEG ................................................
WEEK ................................................
WPTA ................................................
WRTV–DT .........................................
WNEM–DT ........................................
WMYD ...............................................
KPXE–DT ..........................................
WRAL ................................................
KSNB .................................................
WKBW ...............................................
WTVH ................................................
KDOR ................................................
WPMT ................................................

19:58 Sep 25, 2007

Reply Comments (Filed by Feb. 26, 2007)
1. Association for Maximum Service
Television, Inc.
2. Ronald J. Brey
3. CBS Corporation
4. Capital Broadcasting Company, Inc.
5. Cohen, Dippell and Everist, P.C. (Some
appear to be filed as late comments)
6. Concilio Mision Cristiana Fuente De Agua
Viva, Inc. (written as comment)
7. Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Inc.
8. Davis Television Clarksburg, LLC
9. Ebenezer Broadcasting Group, Inc. (written
as comment)
10. Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting,
Inc.
11. Gilmore Broadcasting Corporation
12. KPAX Communications, Inc.
13. Larry L. Schrecongost
14. McGraw Hill Broadcasting Company, Inc.
15. Midwest Television, Inc.
16. Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
17. Paging Systems, Inc.
18. Quincy Broadcasting Company (filed
jointly with WREX Television, LLC)
19. Smith Media License Holdings, LLC
20. Southern Broadcasting, Inc. (resubmitting
comments they stated were filed January
25, 2007)
21. WSJV Television, Inc.
22. WVVA Television, Inc.
23. The Walt Disney Company
Late-filed Ex Parte Comments (Filed After
Feb. 26, 2007)
1. Alamo Public Telecommunications
Council
2. The Board of Trustees of the University of
Alabama

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142. WNYT–TV, LLC
143. WQED Multimedia
144. WVVA Television, Inc.
145. Waitt Broadcasting, Inc.
146. The Walt Disney Company
147. Washburn University of Topeka
148. West Virginia Educational Broadcasting
Authority
149. West Virginia Media Holdings, LLC
150. Western Kentucky University
151. Woods Communications Corporation
152. Young Broadcasting, Inc.

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3. CBS Corporation (Supplemental
comments)
4. Community Television of Southern
California—KCET (response to Reply
comments)
5. Corridor Television LLP Licensee of
KCWX, Fredericksburg, Texas
(supplemental)
6. Davis Television Clarksburg, LLC
7. Gray Television, Inc.
8. Fox Television Stations, Inc.
9. Fox Television Stations of Philadelphia,
Inc.
10. Georgia Public Telecommunications
Commission (supplemental)
11. Idaho Independent Television, Inc.
12. KTBC License, Inc.
13. La Cadena Del Milagro, Inc.
14. Oklahoma Educational Television
Authority
15. Oklahoma Land Company LLC
16. Richland Reserve, LLC
17. Saga Quad States Communications, LLC
18. Smith Media License Holdings, LLC
(supplement to comment)
19. Southern Broadcasting, Inc. (raising new
issues)
20. Tribune Broadcasting Company
Ex Parte
1. Association for Maximum Service
Television, Inc.
2. Association of Public Television Stations,
PBS, CPB
3. Christian Faith Broadcast, Inc.
4. Colorado Public Television
5. Corridor Television LLP
6. Dispatch Broadcast Group
7. Gilmore Broadcasting Corporation
8. Gray Television, Inc.
9. KTBC License, Inc.
10. Mt. Mansfield Television, Inc.
11. New America Foundation
12. Pacifica Broadcasting Company &
Oceania Christian Church
13. Sangre de Cristo Communications, Inc.
14. Siete Grande Television, Inc.
15. Tribune Broadcasting Company
16. West Virginia Educational Broadcasting
Authority WSJV Television, Inc.

Appendix D1—Granted Requests for
Minor Adjustments
State

CORONA ...........................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
SACRAMENTO .................................
SAN FRANCISCO .............................
FORT LAUDERDALE .......................
SIOUX CITY ......................................
PEORIA .............................................
FORT WAYNE ..................................
INDIANAPOLIS .................................
BAY CITY ..........................................
DETROIT ...........................................
KANSAS CITY ..................................
RALEIGH ...........................................
SUPERIOR ........................................
BUFFALO ..........................................
SYRACUSE .......................................
BARTLESVILLE ................................
YORK ................................................

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WATE ................................................
WSLS ................................................
WBAY ................................................

Community

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57840
74417

State

AGUADA ...........................................
KNOXVILLE ......................................
ROANOKE ........................................
GREEN BAY .....................................

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Interference Criteria

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KTVA ...................................
KATN ...................................
KJUD ...................................
KTOO ..................................
WDHN .................................
WTTO ..................................
WAAY ..................................
WMPV .................................
KTVE ...................................
KHOG ..................................
KHBS ...................................
KARK ...................................
KCFG ...................................
KTAZ ...................................
KUAT ...................................
KDOC ..................................
KTNC ...................................
KSEE ...................................
KBCW–TV ...........................
KREG ..................................
KFQX ...................................
KKCO ..................................
KREX ...................................
KDEN–DT ............................
KREY ...................................
KOAA ...................................
WHPX–DT ...........................
WPPB ..................................
WTGL ..................................
WTCE ..................................
WCJB ..................................
WGFL ..................................
WJEB ...................................
WMOR .................................
WSFL ...................................
WSVN–DT ...........................
WTLH ..................................
WPXC–DT ...........................
WELF ...................................
WGXA–DT ...........................
WMGT .................................
KALO ...................................
KBFD ...................................
KWKB–TV ...........................
KUID ....................................
WCIA ...................................
WICD ...................................
WEIU ...................................
WUSI ...................................
WMBD .................................
WSJV ...................................
WFFT ...................................
WISE ...................................
WFXW .................................
WTWO .................................
WLEX–TV ............................
KATC–TV ............................

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ID #
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13814
8651
43846
74138
57292
60827
35692
60354
60353
33440
35104
81458
2731
24518
21533
35594
69619
70578
31597
24766
70596
38375
70759
59014
51980
51349
24582
29715
16993
7727
29719
53819
10203
63840
23486
71236
60825
58262
43847
51241
65395
35096
62382
42124
25684
18301
4301
42121
74007
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13960
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ANCHORAGE .....................
FAIRBANKS ........................
JUNEAU ..............................
JUNEAU ..............................
DOTHAN .............................
HOMEWOOD ......................
HUNTSVILLE ......................
MOBILE ...............................
EL DORADO .......................
FAYETTEVILLE ..................
FORT SMITH ......................
LITTLE ROCK .....................
FLAGSTAFF ........................
PHOENIX ............................
TUCSON .............................
ANAHEIM ............................
CONCORD ..........................
FRESNO .............................
SAN FRANCISCO ...............
GLEENWOOD SPRING ......
GRAND JUNCTION ............
GRAND JUNCTION ............
GRAND JUNCTION ............
LONGMONT ........................
MONTROSE ........................
PUEBLO ..............................
NEW LONDON ...................
BOCA RATON ....................
COCOA ...............................
FORT PIERCE ....................
GAINESVILLE .....................
HIGH SPRINGS ..................
JACKSONVILLE ..................
LAKELAND ..........................
MIAMI ..................................
MIAMI ..................................
BAINBRIDGE ......................
BRUNSWICK ......................
DALTON ..............................
MACON ...............................
MACON ...............................
HONOLULU ........................
HONOLULU ........................
IOWA CITY .........................
MOSCOW ...........................
CHAMPAIGN .......................
CHAMPAIGN .......................
CHARLESTON ....................
OLNEY ................................
PEORIA ...............................
ELKHART ............................
FORT WAYNE ....................
FORT WAYNE ....................
TERRE HAUTE ...................
TERRE HAUTE ...................
LEXINGTON ........................
LAFAYETTE ........................

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AK
AK
AK
AL
AL
AL
AL
AR
AR
AR
AR
AZ
AZ
AZ
CA
CA
CA
CA
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CT
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
GA
GA
GA
GA
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KARD ...................................
WPME .................................
WPXT ..................................
WAGM–DT ..........................
KDLH ...................................
KTCA ...................................
KODE ..................................
KSNF ...................................
KSFX ...................................
KTAJ ....................................
WABG–TV ...........................
KSVI ....................................
KTVQ ...................................
KRTV ...................................
KHMT ..................................
KPAX ...................................
WUND .................................
KFYR ...................................
KVLY ...................................
KXJB ....................................
KETV ...................................
KPTM ...................................
KXVO ...................................
WGTW .................................
KOB .....................................
KVCW ..................................
KVMY ..................................
WICZ ...................................
WNYO .................................
WNYE ..................................
WPTZ ..................................
WNPI ...................................
WROC .................................
WUTR ..................................
WGGN–DT ..........................
KRSC–DT ............................
KTUZ ...................................
KRCW ..................................
WTAJ ...................................
WOLF ..................................
WQMY .................................
WMEI ...................................
WVSN ..................................
WIPM–DT ............................
WJWJ–DT ...........................
WJPM–DT ...........................
WNEH–DT ...........................
WMBF–TV ...........................
WRET–DT ...........................
KPRY ...................................
KCSD ...................................
KUSD ...................................
WDSI ...................................
KRBC ...................................
KTAB ...................................
KAMR ..................................
KRIS–DT .............................
KAMC ..................................
KJTV–DT .............................
KLBK ...................................
KLST ....................................
KSAN ...................................
KTAL ....................................
KWBU ..................................
KAUZ ...................................
KFDX ...................................
WTJX ...................................
WFFF–DT ............................
KWPX ..................................
WFRV ..................................
KBJR ...................................

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ID #
3658
48408
53065
48305
4691
68594
18283
67766
3659
999
43203
5243
35694
35567
47670
35455
69292
41427
61961
49134
53903
51491
23277
7623
35313
10195
10179
62210
67784
6048
57476
62137
73964
57837
11027
57431
77480
10192
23341
73375
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26676
67190
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61008
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83969
61011
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60728
61072
71353
306
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40820
55031
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State

WEST MONROE .................
LEWISTON ..........................
PORTLAND .........................
PRESQUE ISLE ..................
DULUTH ..............................
ST. PAUL ............................
JOPLIN ................................
JOPLIN ................................
SPRINGFIELD ....................
ST. JOSEPH .......................
GREENWOOD ....................
BILLINGS ............................
BILLINGS ............................
GREAT FALLS ....................
HARDIN ...............................
MISSOULA ..........................
COLUMBIA ..........................
BISMARCK ..........................
FARO ..................................
VALLEY CITY .....................
OMAHA ...............................
OMAHA ...............................
OMAHA ...............................
BURLINGTON .....................
ALBUQUERQUE .................
LAS VEGAS ........................
LAS VEGAS ........................
BINGHAMTON ....................
BUFFALO ............................
NEW YORK .........................
NORTH POLE .....................
NORWOOD .........................
ROCHESTER ......................
UTICA ..................................
SANDUSKY .........................
CLAREMORE ......................
SHAWNEE ..........................
SALEM ................................
ALTOONA ...........................
HAZLETON .........................
WILLIAMSPORT .................
ARECIBO ............................
HUMACAO ..........................
MAYAGUEZ ........................
BEAUFORT .........................
FLORENCE .........................
GREENWOOD ....................
MYRTLE BEACH ................
SPARTANBURG .................
PIERRE ...............................
SIOUX FALLS .....................
VERMILLION .......................
CHATTANOOGA .................
ABILENE .............................
ABILENE .............................
AMARILLO ..........................
CORPUS CHRISTI .............
LUBBOCK ...........................
LUBBOCK ...........................
LUBBOCK ...........................
SAN ANGELO .....................
SAN ANGELO .....................
TEXARKANA .......................
WACO .................................
WICHITA FALLS .................
WICHITA FALLS .................
CHARLOTTE AMALIE ........
BURLINGTON .....................
BELLEVUE ..........................
GREEN BAY .......................
SUPERIOR ..........................

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BMPCDT–20070125ABR.
BLEDT–20060622AAS.
BPCDT–19991028ADQ.
BMPCDT–20070125ABU.
BPEDT–20060824ADL.
BPCDT–19991029ABX.
BLCDT–20060405ACG.
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WVVA–DT ...........................

Facility
ID #

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State

BLUEFIELD .........................

WV

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ID #

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KUAC .................................................
WCIQ .................................................
KFMB .................................................
WVAN ................................................
WGEM ...............................................
WREX ................................................
WTHR ................................................
KTWU–DT .........................................
WHDH–TV .........................................
WDSE–TV .........................................
KOMU–DT .........................................
KTVM–TV ..........................................
KCFW ................................................
KECI–TV ............................................
WCTI–DT ...........................................
KJRR .................................................
KMOT ................................................
KHAS .................................................
KNOP ................................................
WENH–DT .........................................
WPIX .................................................
WPVI .................................................
WQED ...............................................
WSTE ................................................
WTVF ................................................
KUHT .................................................
KOSA .................................................
WCYB–TV .........................................
WCAX ................................................
WBOY ................................................

69315
711
42122
23947
54275
73940
70162
70938
72145
17726
65583
18066
18079
18084
18334
55364
41425
48003
49273
69237
73881
8616
41315
60341
36504
69269
6865
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46728
71220

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State

FAIRBANKS ......................................
MOUNT CHEAHA .............................
SAN DIEGO ......................................
SAVANNAH .......................................
QUINCY ............................................
ROCKFORD ......................................
INDIANAPOLIS .................................
TOPEKA ............................................
BOSTON ...........................................
DULUTH ............................................
COLUMBIA ........................................
BUTTE ...............................................
KALISPELL .......................................
MISSOULA ........................................
NEW BERN .......................................
JAMESTOWN ...................................
MINOT ...............................................
HASTINGS ........................................
NORTH PLATTE ...............................
DURHAM ...........................................
NEW YORK .......................................
PHILADELPHIA .................................
PITTSBURGH ...................................
PONCE ..............................................
NASHVILLE .......................................
HOUSTON ........................................
ODESSA ...........................................
BRISTOL ...........................................
BURLINGTON ...................................
CLARKSBURG ..................................

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IL
IN
KS
MA
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MO
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MT
MT
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ND
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NE
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TX
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9
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7
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8
6
9
13
12
7
10
5
2
11
11
6
13
7
5
8
7
5
3
12

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24
56
55
13
54
54
46
23
42
38
36
33
38
40
48
18
58
21
22
57
33
64
38
8
56
9
31
28
53
52

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9
7
8
9
10
13
13
11
7
8
8
6
9
13
12
7
10
5
2
11
11
6
13
7
5
8
7
5
22
12

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Zones That Must File Post-Transition
Applications
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ID

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KFTU–TV ...........................................
KFPH–TV ..........................................
KNAZ–TV ..........................................
KUVE–TV ..........................................
KDTP .................................................
KPNX .................................................
KAET .................................................
KNXV–TV ..........................................
KSAZ–TV ...........................................
KTAZ .................................................
KTVW–TV ..........................................
KAZT–TV ...........................................
KPPX .................................................
KGUN ................................................
KHRR ................................................
KYMA ................................................
960919KZ ..........................................
KAJB ..................................................
KGMC ................................................

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SITKA ................................................
DOUGLAS .........................................
FLAGSTAFF ......................................
FLAGSTAFF ......................................
GREEN VALLEY ...............................
HOLBROOK ......................................
MESA ................................................
PHOENIX ..........................................
PHOENIX ..........................................
PHOENIX ..........................................
PHOENIX ..........................................
PHOENIX ..........................................
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TOLLESON .......................................
TUCSON ...........................................
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KECY–TV ..........................................
KSCI ..................................................
KABC–TV ..........................................
KCAL–TV ...........................................
KCBS–TV ..........................................
KCET .................................................
KCOP–TV ..........................................
KMEX–TV ..........................................
KTTV .................................................
KESQ–TV ..........................................
KRCA .................................................
KFMB–TV ..........................................
KGTV .................................................
WEDW ...............................................
WTXX ................................................
WXFT–TV ..........................................
WBBM–TV .........................................
WLS–TV ............................................
WGBO–TV .........................................
WCLJ–TV ..........................................
WSJV .................................................
WTHR ................................................
WTTK ................................................
WIPB .................................................
WSBT–TV ..........................................
WHDH–TV .........................................
WUTF–TV ..........................................
WWDP ...............................................
WNYA ................................................
WGBY–TV .........................................
WGGB–TV .........................................
WHAG–TV .........................................
WJAL .................................................
WGPT ................................................
WCBB ................................................
WLBZ .................................................
WVII–TV ............................................
WPME ...............................................
WMTW–TV ........................................
WAGM–TV ........................................
WMEM–TV ........................................
WPFO ................................................
WBKB–TV .........................................
WCML ................................................
WPXD ................................................
WBSF ................................................
WWTV ...............................................
WBKP ................................................
WJBK .................................................
WKAR–TV .........................................
WFUM ...............................................
WJRT–TV ..........................................
WZZM–TV .........................................
WDHS ................................................
WBUP ................................................
WWMT ...............................................
WLNS–TV ..........................................
WCMW ..............................................
WMQF ...............................................
WNMU ...............................................
WCMU–TV ........................................
WILX–TV ...........................................
WGTQ ...............................................
WWUP–TV ........................................
WGTU ................................................
WPBN–TV .........................................
KCCO–TV ..........................................
KSAX .................................................
KAWE ................................................
KFTC .................................................
KRII ....................................................
WDIO–TV ..........................................

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EL CENTRO ......................................
LONG BEACH ...................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
LOS ANGELES .................................
PALM SPRINGS ...............................
RIVERSIDE .......................................
SAN DIEGO ......................................
SAN DIEGO ......................................
BRIDGEPORT ...................................
WATERBURY ...................................
AURORA ...........................................
CHICAGO ..........................................
CHICAGO ..........................................
JOLIET ..............................................
BLOOMINGTON ...............................
ELKHART ..........................................
INDIANAPOLIS .................................
KOKOMO ..........................................
MUNCIE ............................................
SOUTH BEND ...................................
BOSTON ...........................................
MARLBOROUGH ..............................
NORWELL .........................................
PITTSFIELD ......................................
SPRINGFIELD ..................................
SPRINGFIELD ..................................
HAGERSTOWN ................................
HAGERSTOWN ................................
OAKLAND .........................................
AUGUSTA .........................................
BANGOR ...........................................
BANGOR ...........................................
LEWISTON ........................................
POLAND SPRING .............................
PRESQUE ISLE ................................
PRESQUE ISLE ................................
WATERVILLE ....................................
ALPENA ............................................
ALPENA ............................................
ANN ARBOR .....................................
BAY CITY ..........................................
CADILLAC .........................................
CALUMET .........................................
DETROIT ...........................................
EAST LANSING ................................
FLINT ................................................
FLINT ................................................
GRAND RAPIDS ...............................
IRON MOUNTAIN .............................
ISHPEMING ......................................
KALAMAZOO ....................................
LANSING ...........................................
MANISTEE ........................................
MARQUETTE ....................................
MARQUETTE ....................................
MOUNT PLEASANT .........................
ONONDAGA .....................................
SAULT STE.MARIE ..........................
SAULT STE.MARIE ..........................
TRAVERSE CITY ..............................
TRAVERSE CITY ..............................
ALEXANDRIA ....................................
ALEXANDRIA ....................................
BEMIDJI ............................................
BEMIDJI ............................................
CHISHOLM .......................................
DULUTH ............................................

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MI
MI
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MN

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42
28
13
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27
10
13
22
40
26
39
36
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7
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WDSE–TV .........................................
WIRT .................................................
KARE .................................................
KMSP–TV ..........................................
KSTC–TV ..........................................
WFTC ................................................
KSTP–TV ...........................................
KTCI–TV ............................................
KBRR .................................................
KCCW–TV .........................................
KBTZ .................................................
KTVM .................................................
KLMN .................................................
KBBJ ..................................................
KTVH .................................................
KCFW–TV .........................................
KBAO .................................................
KYUS–TV ..........................................
KECI–TV ............................................
KMMF ................................................
KTMF .................................................
KUFM–TV ..........................................
KNDX .................................................
KXMB–TV ..........................................
WDAZ–TV .........................................
KDSE .................................................
KQCD–TV ..........................................
KFME .................................................
KVLY–TV ...........................................
KCPM ................................................
KGFE .................................................
KJRR .................................................
KMCY ................................................
KMOT ................................................
KXMC–TV ..........................................
KXND .................................................
KNRR ................................................
KUMV–TV ..........................................
WENH–TV .........................................
WMUR–TV ........................................
WFUT–TV ..........................................
WNET ................................................
KOAT–TV ..........................................
KRQE ................................................
KTEL–TV ...........................................
KUPT .................................................
KBIM–TV ...........................................
KOBR ................................................
KRPV .................................................
KRWB–TV .........................................
KOBG–TV ..........................................
KOVT .................................................
WPXJ–TV ..........................................
870331LW .........................................
WIVT ..................................................
WWNY–TV ........................................
WSKA ................................................
WYDC ................................................
WENY–TV .........................................
WETM–TV .........................................
WNYI .................................................
WNYB ................................................
WABC–TV .........................................
WCBS–TV .........................................
WPIX .................................................
WPXN–TV .........................................
WLNY ................................................
WHAM–TV .........................................
WHEC–TV .........................................
WRGB ...............................................
WNGS ...............................................
WSPX–TV .........................................

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DULUTH ............................................
HIBBING ............................................
MINNEAPOLIS ..................................
MINNEAPOLIS ..................................
MINNEAPOLIS ..................................
MINNEAPOLIS ..................................
ST. PAUL ..........................................
ST. PAUL ..........................................
THIEF RIVERFALLS .........................
WALKER ...........................................
BUTTE ...............................................
BUTTE ...............................................
GREAT FALLS ..................................
HAVRE ..............................................
HELENA ............................................
KALISPELL .......................................
LEWISTOWN ....................................
MILES CITY ......................................
MISSOULA ........................................
MISSOULA ........................................
MISSOULA ........................................
MISSOULA ........................................
BISMARCK ........................................
BISMARCK ........................................
DEVILS LAKE ...................................
DICKINSON ......................................
DICKINSON ......................................
FARGO ..............................................
FARGO ..............................................
GRAND FORKS ................................
GRAND FORKS ................................
JAMESTOWN ...................................
MINOT ...............................................
MINOT ...............................................
MINOT ...............................................
MINOT ...............................................
PEMBINA ..........................................
WILLISTON .......................................
DURHAM ...........................................
MANCHESTER .................................
NEWARK ...........................................
NEWARK ...........................................
ALBUQUERQUE ...............................
ALBUQUERQUE ...............................
CARLSBAD .......................................
HOBBS ..............................................
ROSWELL .........................................
ROSWELL .........................................
ROSWELL .........................................
ROSWELL .........................................
SILVER CITY ....................................
SILVER CITY ....................................
BATAVIA ...........................................
BATH .................................................
BINGHAMTON ..................................
CARTHAGE ......................................
CORNING .........................................
CORNING .........................................
ELMIRA .............................................
ELMIRA .............................................
ITHACA .............................................
JAMESTOWN ...................................
NEW YORK .......................................
NEW YORK .......................................
NEW YORK .......................................
NEW YORK .......................................
RIVERHEAD .....................................
ROCHESTER ....................................
ROCHESTER ....................................
SCHENECTADY ...............................
SPRINGVILLE ...................................
SYRACUSE .......................................

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ND
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NJ
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NM
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NY
NY
NY
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NY
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WSTM–TV .........................................
WVPX ................................................
WNEO ...............................................
WBGU–TV .........................................
WKRC–TV .........................................
WJW ..................................................
WKYC–TV .........................................
WTTE ................................................
WPTD ................................................
WBDT ................................................
WTOV–TV .........................................
WTOL ................................................
WTVG ................................................
KOAC–TV ..........................................
KFFX–TV ...........................................
KGW ..................................................
KNMT ................................................
KOPB–TV ..........................................
KPTV .................................................
KPXG .................................................
WLVT–TV ..........................................
WICU–TV ..........................................
WJET–TV ..........................................
WHP–TV ............................................
WPCW ...............................................
WWCP–TV ........................................
WCAU ................................................
WYBE ................................................
WQED ...............................................
WQEX ................................................
WSWB ...............................................
WNAC–TV .........................................
KTBC .................................................
KNIC–TV ...........................................
KZTV .................................................
KCOS ................................................
KTSM–TV ..........................................
KVIA–TV ............................................
KHOU–TV ..........................................
KGNS–TV ..........................................
KVTV .................................................
KCBD .................................................
KUPB .................................................
KMLM ................................................
KOSA–TV ..........................................
KWES–TV .........................................
KWWT ...............................................
KENS–TV ..........................................
KLRN .................................................
KSAT–TV ...........................................
KWEX–TV .........................................
WOAI–TV ..........................................
KPCB .................................................
KLTV ..................................................
KPXL .................................................
WCAX–TV .........................................
KWPX ................................................
KQUP ................................................
KWSU–TV .........................................
KCTS–TV ..........................................
KAYU–TV ..........................................
KHQ–TV ............................................
KCPQ ................................................
KSTW ................................................
KPDX .................................................
KAZW–TV ..........................................
WBIJ ..................................................
WEAU–TV .........................................
WLUK–TV ..........................................
WKBT ................................................
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ALLIANCE .........................................
BOWLING GREEN ...........................
CINCINNATI ......................................
CLEVELAND .....................................
CLEVELAND .....................................
COLUMBUS ......................................
DAYTON ...........................................
SPRINGFIELD ..................................
STEUBENVILLE ................................
TOLEDO ............................................
TOLEDO ............................................
CORVALLIS ......................................
PENDLETON ....................................
PORTLAND .......................................
PORTLAND .......................................
PORTLAND .......................................
PORTLAND .......................................
SALEM ..............................................
ALLENTOWN ....................................
ERIE ..................................................
ERIE ..................................................
HARRISBURG ..................................
JEANNETTE .....................................
JOHNSTOWN ...................................
PHILADELPHIA .................................
PHILADELPHIA .................................
PITTSBURGH ...................................
PITTSBURGH ...................................
SCRANTON ......................................
PROVIDENCE ...................................
AUSTIN .............................................
BLANCO ............................................
CORPUS CHRISTI ...........................
EL PASO ...........................................
EL PASO ...........................................
EL PASO ...........................................
HOUSTON ........................................
LAREDO ............................................
LAREDO ............................................
LUBBOCK .........................................
MIDLAND ..........................................
ODESSA ...........................................
ODESSA ...........................................
ODESSA ...........................................
ODESSA ...........................................
SAN ANTONIO .................................
SAN ANTONIO .................................
SAN ANTONIO .................................
SAN ANTONIO .................................
SAN ANTONIO .................................
SNYDER ...........................................
TYLER ...............................................
UVALDE ............................................
BURLINGTON ...................................
BELLEVUE ........................................
PULLMAN .........................................
PULLMAN .........................................
SEATTLE ..........................................
SPOKANE .........................................
SPOKANE .........................................
TACOMA ...........................................
TACOMA ...........................................
VANCOUVER ....................................
WALLA WALLA .................................
CRANDON ........................................
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LA CROSSE ......................................
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Facility
ID

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WSAW–TV ........................................
WFXS ................................................
WBOY–TV .........................................
WOWK–TV ........................................
WDTV ................................................
WTRF–TV ..........................................

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WITTENBERG ..................................
CLARKSBURG ..................................
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WESTON ...........................................
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Appendix D5—Granted Requests for
Alternative Channel Assignments
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Facility
ID #

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KTNL ......................................
KETZ ......................................
KBDI ......................................
WBBM–TV .............................
KFJX ......................................
WDBD ....................................
WFUT ....................................
KNMT .....................................
KEVN .....................................
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KLCW ....................................
WOAY ....................................

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NORTH POLE .......................
SITKA ....................................
EL DORADO .........................
BROOMFIELD ......................
CHICAGO .............................
PITTSBURG ..........................
JACKSON .............................
NEWARK ..............................
PORTLAND ...........................
RAPID CITY ..........................
MEMPHIS .............................
WOLFFORTH .......................
OAK HILL ..............................

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KS
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Appendix D6—Requests for Changes to
Appendix B Antenna Information
Call sign

Facility ID #

KQCA ................................................
WFGX ................................................
WFSG ................................................
WEAR ................................................
WFSU ................................................
WMUM ...............................................
WKYU ................................................
WCVB ................................................
KCWE ................................................
WRAZ ................................................
WXII ...................................................
KOCT .................................................
KOFT .................................................
WLWT ................................................
WKRN ................................................
KACV .................................................
WRIC .................................................

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STOCKTON ......................................
FORT WALTONBEACH ....................
PANAMA CITY ..................................
PENSACOLA ....................................
TALLAHASSEE .................................
COCHRAN ........................................
BOWLING GREEN ...........................
BOSTON ...........................................
KANSAS CITY ..................................
RALEIGH ...........................................
WINSTON-SALEM ............................
CARLSBAD .......................................
FARMINGTON ..................................
CINCINNATI ......................................
NASHVILLE .......................................
AMARILLO ........................................
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VA

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