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    FCC DTV Coverage Area Maps - Reports

    The FCC has released detailed coverage maps for all full-service TV facilities who provide both analog and DTV signals. (Link to report: Map Book of All Full-Power Digital Television Stations Authorized by the FCC)

    These maps are geat for comparing analog signal reception Vs. what you should expect to receive for DTV signals. Some areas show worse coverage for DTV as opposed to analog broadcasts as experienced by some of our community.

    The DTV coverage map is broken down into PDF documents for each city/state and as nationwide maps showing coverage for the ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and PBS networks.


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    Coverage Maps for All Designated Market Areas

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