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    ejb1980 Topic Starter SatelliteGuys Pro

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    WVNY Burlington VT has added the following subchannels
    22-2 Laff
    22-3 Grit
    Both are 16:9 SD and are identified as Laff and Grit on the PSIP info, not WVNY-DT2 or whatever stations do sometimes.
     
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    Trip RabbitEars Webmaster Staff Member HERE TO HELP YOU!

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    Thanks, I've updated accordingly.

    Anything on WFFF yet?

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    Nope, I will check again when I get home.
     
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    Nope... Still just 44-1
     

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    WFFF added 44-2 Escape and 44-3 Bounce today. That is how they are ID'd in the PSIP Call Sign area.

    All four subchannels have been adjusted for proper ratio, they are now 16:9 SD with pillar box for 4:3 content. MUCH BETTER than 16:9 stretch.

     
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    Update/correction: all 4 subchannels are now 4:3 SD.
     
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    Trip RabbitEars Webmaster Staff Member HERE TO HELP YOU!

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    Thanks. Updated accordingly.

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