Hopefully a quick question

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    johnf
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    In the Broadcasting Yearbooks years ago, I could regularly see a list of the FCC’s TV channel allocations according to city. For example, Portland (or Vancouver), 2, 6, 8, 12, 49, etc., or Seattle 4,5,7,9,22, etc., or Tacoma, 11, 13, 20….

    Where online does one find a current list?

    #50649
    washnotore
    Participant

    You can find that link on Rabbit Ears website.

    Mouse over and Drop down Listing. To show Historic Allotments Link

    And it will come up. To Historical Allotment Table. The default date is April 14, 1952.

    The rest is easy to figure out.

    #50650
    johnf
    Participant

    Thanks for the quick response! Obviously this shows the historic ANALOG TV channel allocations, and it is most interesting, but also long outdated. Is there not a list available of the current digital channel allocations? It seems that is something the FCC should offer on its website.

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    Steve Naganuma
    Participant

    Here is another site you may find helpful.

    https://www.antennaweb.org/

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