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Any changes with WTFX lately (Philly 29.1)?

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#1 OFFLINE   n3ntj

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Posted 06 April 2009 - 09:22 AM

Have there been any changes to WTFX's (29.1) OTA digital transmission lately? I recall seeing something that a change was going to happen (not an analog shutoff) in early April. I don't recall if it was a power boost or what. I still can't get their DT channel over here near Lancaster, but was curious.
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