I've been OTA since 1990! Ever since the cable company's negative billing days.
I have never noticed any reception changes since the turbines came to town , my before vs after reception results were insignificantly changed.
Over the past 4 years, I have watched these big turbines being trucked in, raised and go online.
I installed a converter box in a house down in Lowbanks a year ago, and it was a multipath, fluttering disaster. His house was about 300 yards from these 6 swirling monsters that were wide spread over a farmers field. He then went with satellite because there is no cable available in that area, and that was also a pixelating/signal dropout nightmare, but everyone of any authority will instantly dispute the suggestion that it has something to do with these Wind Turbines.
In Port Maitland, one of my clients, [a lawyer] had satellite for several years, and suddenly when all of these turbines went into service, his internet & TV reception went for a crap. The authorities again said the Turbines were not to be blamed. His Sat-Provider then told him it was because the trees had grown taller and then they sold him a friggin 40ft free standing tower. He still has the same problems, except he is now the proud owner of a free standing 40ft tower.
Yes, he is taking legal action against the BDU and against the AIM Power Gen Corporation.
There are further provincially approved plans for the construction of 176 turbines extending north to Highway 3 from Nanticoke east to Port Maitland. Haldimand county was not consulted by the province. Haldimand County is also considering taking legal action against the province [McGuinty liberals] to try and stop this secretly contracted multi-billion dollar Samsung deal.
So, to make a long story short,... if your close enough, these wind turbines are signal killers.
This is off topic, but worthy of a thread regarding any known radio spectrum signal interferences.