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cdtv_admin@cdtv.ca 01/21/2004
8:42 AM
At present, there are three DTV stations on air in Canada. CITY-DT on ch. 53 in Toronto and two CDTV test transmitters on ch. 64 in Montreal and ch. 67 in Ottawa. US border stations operating in DTV can be received in Toronto and Vancouver. Those receivable in Toronto are listed in a previous posting. HDTV is available by satellite on ExpressVu and Star Choice and on Rogers Cable.

cgorra@comcast.net
04/03/2021
11:18 PM
I'm aware of CDTV, Channel 66 in Ottawa, but are they transmiting any programming at this time? What is happening with CBOT, CHOH, CIII and CHRO? I know that they have applied for DTV permits, but is there any timetable for their initial broadcasts?

cdtv_admin@cdtv.ca
02/19/2004
9:21 PM
As of this date two more DTV stations have come on-air. The Craig Media stations CKXT-DT, ch. 66 in Toronto and CKXT-DT1, ch. 15 in Hamilton came on Feb. 15 and Feb. 17 respectively. Congratulations to Craig!

johnsyl.walsh@sympatico.ca
02/19/2004
8:19 AM
Toronto One DTV is now broadcasting OTA in Toronto on Ch 66 and in Hamilton on Ch 15.

ben@tvantenna.com
01/21/2004
2:07 PM
The National Association of Broadcasters who represents TV stations in the U.S. has a web page that lists all of the DTV stations that are currently broadcasting. Here is a a link to their page: www.nab.org/Newsroom/Issues/digitaltv/DTVstations.asp Many of these stations are currently broadcasting in low power. A station broadcasting 1000 kW is at full power when their broadcast antenna is at 305 meters. The following web site lists the technical information for all TV stations in North America: http://bellsouthpwp.net/w/b/wb9nme/tvdb/tvdb_qth.htm

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