. No. The new CBC antenna for 94.3/104.7 was installed a year ago. Everyone is wondering why 104.7 has not come on the air.This is just a guess on my part, and I have no proof that this is the case - CBC is going to add a Radio One transmitter on 104.7 MHz at the Read site, and install a new antenna to combine with the French service that is already there on 94.3 MHz. I wonder if TVO has reduced their power because there is (or will be) antenna work going on??
Well that's interesting. I check 104.7 from time to time and nothing heard yet. Perhaps it will be on the air soon. Thanks for the update!. No. The new CBC antenna for 94.3/104.7 was installed a year ago. Everyone is wondering why 104.7 has not come on the air.
I have not received TVO Belleville since WPBS moved to 26. They are either running at lower power or there is too much i interference from Watertown (or a combination of both)
Join the club.If the idiots at the CRTC would get their heads out of their asses, we could have extra channels on each frequency, like the Americans. Here in Belleville, we're still stuck with that monstrosity of RF6 CTV Ottawa that is still in analog. We have no local CBC or CTV OTA channels left in the Belleville/Kingston corridor and this would be a wonderful opportunity to add CTV, CTV2 and CBC on one frequency. A total waste of bandwidth, with the ability to get 4 Global transmitters and one TVO locally, it's overkill. Seems so ridiculous. It's even more ridiculous when you consider the CBC channels being scrambled on C Band to boot. We're paying taxes for what? Oh yeah, Propaganda.
So, tomorrow afternoon is the switchover.our Kitchener transmitter will change to channel 22 on October 30. TVO's over-the-air signal in this area will be off air from approximately 12 noon to 3 pm as we switch to the new channel