Digital Switch Problems in D.C.; FCC Steps in to Solve Philly, Chicago

Jun 17, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Add Washington, D.C. to the list of markets having problems in the wake of the digital switch: the Washington Post reports that viewers are having problems finding WUSA, the CBS affiliate, and WJLA, the ABC affiliate. The stations moved their digital signals to VHF frequencies, from UHF.

Meanwhile, the FCC is sending extra staff to Philadelphia and Chicago to help resolve problems being reported by viewers in those markets, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Chicago Tribune report.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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