Here's what the National Association of Broadcasters said on Sunday:
Nine hundred and seventy-one full-power television stations in 195 markets yesterday completed the final wave of America's historic nationwide transition to all-digital broadcasting. With the national call center reporting 317,450 calls on June 12 out of an estimated 15 million households impacted by the switch, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) applauds the unprecedented public-private partnership among industry, government and consumer groups in preparing America for the digital television (DTV) transition.
Of course, individual stations and program services also got calls. But it was surprisingly quiet at my office on Friday. I've had to rescan my box some, although it appears that my indoor antenna is especially sensitive to signal disruption. Still, as of this morning, here is what I could get digitally and over the air at my home:
WKYC 1 and 2 (Weather Plus)
WDLI 1 through 5
WVPX 1 through 4
WVIZ 1 through 4 and 9 (an audio channel)
WUAB 1 and 2 (THIS TV)
WEAO 1 through 3
After some scans, I have also picked up another Youngstown station and its companion service.