My market, Huntington-Charleston WV, which covers parts of OH and KY as well, launched with 3 PBS stations. WPBY, the WV PBS in HD; and both Ohio's WOUB and Kentucky's statewide KET network in SD. A few years ago Ohio was dropped because Ohio University could not afford to maintain the computer link to DirecTV's local receive facility. Now DirecTV has dropped KET. It was uplinking the signal from Lexington's, as the stations are identical statewide. DirecTV states that is dropping this as it prepares to move to an "all HD" format. KET says it offers the signal to DirecTV at no cost. Do not really understand how they cannot uplink the HD from Lexington just as well. Meanwhile, DirecTV added one of our local .2 channels. WSAZ's .2 feed, labeled as "MyZ", a mix of the MY network primetime, and the ME TV signal elsewise, with some local news reruns. I have never seen a .2 channel used by DirecTV, except in small markets where it was affiliated with one of the Big 4 networks, or CW.