Hey Neil, check out Post #18. In Lee's Summit, KQML is actually stronger than KCMN for some reason-I think this is a great thing. According to Rabbit Ears, KQML is running at the same tower height as KCMN's new but at only 10kw of power. KCMN is going to run at 15kw. Since I am able to pick up KQML at the lower power I am hoping that KCMN will come in like gangbusters.
They may be sending the signal in a directional pattern. Sounds like perhaps KQML and KCMN are directed north and east, where KAJF might be directed south. I'm not an expert, so maybe Trip can weigh in-Where I live in Liberty, both KQML and KCMN have a stronger signal then KAJF?
I never thought about that and it's a good possibility! Even before they went down in May KCMN has always had a stronger signal KAJF. I always thought it was because I live in a 2 edge area but the directional thing makes sense!!
The GRIT bug should be in the lower right,except during ads,and I don't see Jed and Granny anywhere on grits schedule,so I don't think you're seeing GRIT.No, they don't seem to have any call letters or identifiable graphics. I watched for about a half hour earlier and only saw that show and commercials.
That's just the Infomercial / Classic TV subchannel that HC2 has been putting on a lot of its stations. A lot of old public domain shows (Bonanza, Beverly Hillbillies) but very little variety. I saw the same back-to-back episodes of Bonanza three nights in a row. My local HC2 station shows an hourly station ID but no network ID.No, they don't seem to have any call letters or identifiable graphics. I watched for about a half hour earlier and only saw that show and commercials.