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Post 3,196 made on Friday November 28, 2014 at 10:59
tom14411
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Living 70 miles east southeast of Toronto, Channel 9 CFTO doesn't have much of a signal here, but I could sometimes get it thru my attic bowtie antenna, by aiming it the wrong way. I discovered the other day that if I turn on my three way light (the new efficient kind) while watching CFTO, the channel 9 is GONE! The antenna is about 10 feet above the light in my living room. It doesn't seem to interfere with any other frequency.
Reception on many Toronto UHF stations was poorly (unusually so) this past summer, but seems now to have returned to normal.
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Post 3,197 made on Tuesday December 2, 2014 at 17:42
keaster2000
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As per the heated discussions of this past summer, on the CRTC's Let's Talk TV forum, this article explains MY question: When will we know the CRTC's decision to pick-and-pay (it won't work) and the most important: will they let broadcasting over the air fade to black in Canada? (They had better not).

Here's the link: [Link: thestar.com]

I voted on the question in the article and was surprised at how high the result was for who the CRTC favours according to what WE think.

My fingers are crossed until decision day...
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