According to: http://www.tvnewscheck.com/article/99810/sinclair-to-launch-internetbased-diginet-tbd They claim now that Sinclair is trying to launch another diginet. My only question is where are they going to add this subchannel? In the PA market I am in and Pittsburgh, Sinclair seems to have used up pretty much all of their subchannels space. Johnstown/Altoona/State College has a 1080i NBC & 3 480i (MeTV, Comet, GRIT). Pittsburgh has a similar situation a 1080i with 3 480is with one being ASN. I am begging to think it's Sinclair's desire to fill up the airwaves with as much content as technically possible. First ASN, Comet, now TBD. (Seems Sinclair forgot they are a local broadcast company and think they are a cable/satellite company). They sure are trying to keep themselves busy yet they can't even properly maintain a website for ASN.