There are some specific direct marketing areas in the country that are provided local into local neighboring market channels by satellite company providers such as DirecTV, etc. These specific rural areas in the country are situated close to a major metropolitan city and consist of viewers that significantly tune into their nearby major metropolitan city news coverage along with their local market area news coverage. These areas have the advantage of receiving local channels from more than one market. One being their own local market and the other being their neighboring market. These viewing statistics have been determined by the Neilsen Ratings Companies. Two counties in the state of Connecticut, (Litchfield and New Haven) are an example of such areas that fall under the Hartford-New Haven DMA. These areas are provided with Connecticut local channels and some New York City local channels from their neighboring New York DMA. These neighboring market channels from NYC are provided to residents of Connecticut that reside in these CT counties but these New York City channels are only provided in standard definition while their local CT channels are provided in high definition. On the same token, Fairfield County in Connecticut falls under the NY DMA and residents of this county are provided with many of the New York City channels in standard definition and high definition. These Fairfield County residents do not receive any of the channels that fall under the Hartford-New Haven DMA via satellite services and unfortunately they have to rely on over-the-air antenna signals to receive their local news coverage from their own state of Connecticut. I feel there is something very wrong with this scenario and the politicians definitely got this one wrong. In an area such as western and south western Connecticut, this area should be covered by two DMA's. The NY DMA should be expanded to include Litchfield and New Haven Counties in Connecticut and the New York City local channels along with the Connecticut local channels should be provided to Connecticut residents that reside in these two counties. These local NY and CT channels should also be provided in both standard and high definition to residents that reside in Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven Counties. The residents of Litchfield County and New Haven County are exposed to advertising in both markets by receiving these channels already so what's the point of allowing local broadcasters in Connecticut the right to restrict the residents who reside in these counties access to high definition signals of these New York City local channels? This whole scenario is very unjust and this issue really needs to be addressed. I would like to voice my opinion but I just don't know who to complain to. There are some DMA's across the country that fall into this kind of situation and this is an issue that should be given attention by lawmakers to provide multiple DMA coverage within the country to these specific areas that require it.