I think Time Warner sold off the channel 46 license to the Christian Television Network for $1 billion, leaving in for WTBS to merge the schedule with WGNX under the WTBS license and channel allocation. They had to split the TBS Superstation cable channel from the Atlanta signal in order for the stronger WTBS to allow for The WB affiliation. If it does so, then WTBS could pick up syndicated programs, cartoons movies and production equipment from WGNX, including its news facility.So which one would be the one to be sold off?
As say before, too late to avoid the ATSC standard? USA would love the DBT and DBT2.NBC announced its negotiation to upgrade the transmitter power for both channels 40, 48 and 57, the NBC trimulcast station in Philadelphia market. The transmission tower will also be upgraded as it could see more viewers in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delware markets.