NOTE: This item will be posted to TSDTW in the morning, as soon as Your Tri-State Media Watcher wakes up, mainly because there's more to it than we'll be able to tell you tonight, without going crosseyed.
We know now what WCPO-TV/DT 9 (RF 10) is about to do when the analog shutdown commences next week.
As we told you on TSDTW a week ago, WCPO plans to be the very first full-power commercial station to shut off their analog transmitter, doing so just after midnight the morning of June 12.
Now, we know why.
That's because they aren't fully on their post-transition facility.
More details in the morning...and we think this may be part of why WBQC-CA 38 and WOTH-LP 25/Cincinnati are having troubles viewing the station now. It turns out, those transmitters are...ta-da...mounted to the WCPO-TV/DT tower in Walnut Hills.
Again, more in the morning, on our companion blog Tri-State DTV Watch...
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