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  • in reply to: OTA Portland stations #47216
    yahmit
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    It looks like KJWY-LD was granted its license on 7/15/20. Wonder when they will flip the switch on and what they will carry. I did a scan today and nothing yet.

    in reply to: ATSC 3.0 Coming to Portland Soon #47132
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    mwdxer1. Did KPTV say if they were upgrading all their translators, or just the one in your area?

    in reply to: ATSC 3.0 Coming to Portland Soon #47125
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    IS KPTV running at a lower power now. The main signal with the diginets is coming in scrambled in Salem.

    yahmit
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    KLYC is broadcasting this morning. Heard them loud and clear in downtown Salem.

    in reply to: OTA Portland stations #46916
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    I have a Samsung HD Smart TV that is about 5 years old. Does anyone know of a way of finding out what RF channel the TV is receiving, rather that the virtual channel? I have been through all the menu settings and can’t find anything. I am trying to figure what transmitter I am receiving KSLM/KWVT. Channel 11 or 27. Thanks.

    in reply to: Towers (& Things) & Such 2020 #46660
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    Does anyone know what is going on with the Salem Transmitter of KWVT/KSLM/KVDO? The signal has been very weak in West Salem. I believe I am pulling it from the Portland tower. I tried emailing them and didn’t receive a response back.

    in reply to: OTA Portland stations #46298
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    I believe the Salem stations are off the air. I live about 4 miles from their towers and receive nothing. Anyone know why KWVT (17.1) KSLM (27.1) KVDO(3.1) and KPWC(37.1) are silent. KJWY(36.1) has been off for a long time now. I know it was sold and I believe they are moving their tower a couple of miles. They are also in the same area as the other stations (Eola Hills above West Salem. Any updates would be great.

    in reply to: KSLC-McMinnville analog is now All Classical Portland #45634
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    KRBM at Blue Mountain CC in Pendleton was taken over by OPB in 1989 due to declining enrollment in the broadcasting program. Didn’t Mt. Hood also suspend their program recently and KMHD was taken over by OPB?

    in reply to: New diginet DABL #43367
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    Anyone have an update on KJWY-LD returning to the air. Their new owner, Sagamorehill seems to run more mainstream, and not religious programming. Might be another alternative for some more diginets. Is KVDO going stick to home shopping?

    in reply to: PDX TV Market #24, why so few diginets? #43187
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    Anyone have any updates on KGWZ-LD, KPXG-LD and KJWY-LD returning to the air? They could be prime candidates for carrying some of the diginets we are missing here.

    in reply to: Radio Happenings In The Capitol City #41092
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    in reply to: Radio Happenings In The Capitol City #40261
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    According to Radio Locator both KWIP and KZGD have Translators but KZGD is part of Bustos, So it could be KWIP or KSLM.

    in reply to: Radio Happenings In The Capitol City #40260
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    1220 KSLM has a FM translator. That is the only AM station I know of that has an FM Translator in the Willamette Valley.

    in reply to: KJYY-LD CH. 26 #39571
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    at one point a year or more ago, I was also receiving a channel on 42.1. I think the call letters were KXPG. Since it was daystar, I really wans’t paying attention. Just curious what happened to that channel. It didn’t appear in the rescan.

    Thanks

    in reply to: KJYY-LD CH. 26 #39565
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    Guess it would help if I did a rescan, KOIN has returned, along with KUNP. I have never received that channel before..
    Is KGWZ still off?

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