UPDATE 2:10PM 2/7: We have new information thanks to emery_r.
It looks like WPTO-TV/DT 14(PBS/ThinkTV) is going to go digital on Feb. 17 as well, in an addition to the ranks. Nothing from WCET 48 OR WCVN 54 yet, but they may file to join, as they have til Monday night at midnight.
Well, we're back online, following 24 hours with no Insight Broadband Internet OR Insight Phone.
Seems someone slammed their car into a pole near Insight's Florence offices Thursday morning around 10:15am, and cut off all of Insight's internet and phone customers throughout Boone County, Kentucky. However most people had their services back one hour or so later. As for Your Tri-State Media Watcher and his family...well we didn't get ours back until noon today, and by then I was off to scheduled commitments.
So, we have a piece of business known as the "DTV Transition Date Change Fallout" to talk about, so let's get to it.
We reported on Dayton already filing to move their stations all to digital on the original date. BUT...it appears only ONE Cincinnati station is joining them, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer's John Kiesewetter's blog today.
That station is Sinclair Broadcasting-owned WSTR-TV/DT 64, which will go digital only on February 17.
WLWT, WKRC, WCPO and WXIX all announced they will keep their analog signals going until either after May sweeps end, or for sure, June 12.
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