So there were a few local channels around where I live that said if you pick up their signal via antenna you were going to have to "re-scan" to continue receiving their signal. Ok the day came and I think the day after I did the re-scan and I notice now that some of those channels come in significantly weaker than they used to, to the point that I get pixelization that I didn't used to on some and a couple where I don't get a usable signal at all any more. And these were on channels I that always had strong signals and I never had reception problems with. Is it possible when they changed frequencies they lowered their signal strength as well? I mean maybe the thought is that if they don't reach as many people for free OTA anymore, then more people will have to pay for services to receive their channel and in turn they'll get a piece of that pie? Or is it just the frequencies that they had to change to just don't carry as well?