> TV wise, channels 3&4, 5&6, 7&8, 9&10, 11&12 are really
> close to each other.
> Cities can have a 4&5 together (Like WDAF and KCTV in KC),
> or a 6&7 (WOWT and KETV in Omaha). You can't have a 7&8
> together and you do get problems. There's a channel 7 in
> Omaha and a Channel 8 in Lincoln Nebraska. You get some
> freaky problems with a non directional even with the cities
> 60 miles apart (the towers are even further apart).
That is true with analog. Digital uses somewhat different rules. For example, adjacent channels can operate in the same market, even in UHF, if they are both at the same tower farm.