Analog to the end, digital complete:
KRBC, WYOU, WTVO, WUTR, KAMC, WFXU, WSRE, KOOD, KSWK, KDCK*, KWKS*, WEBA, WHMC, WJPM, WJWJ, WNEH, WNSC, WNTV, WRET, WRLK, WRJA, WLNE, WLVI, WTIU, KTBS, KVDA, KDEN, KXTX, KSTS, KWHY, KVEA, KTAS, WVIT, WTVJ, WXIN, KCWC, WRC, KNTV, WMAQ, KPLR, WSNS, WSFL, WGXA, KNSD, KXAS, WKAQ, KBLR, WILL, WPXT, WKBD, KGPE, KGET, KION, KMCB, KWET, KTCW, WBUI, KOET, KCOY, WCCU, KVOS, WRSP, KMTR, WSYR, WWTI, KLRT, KAAS, KASN, KOED, KOKI, KSAS, WFQX, KUCW, KJZZ, WOLF, WHRM, WHLA, WQMY, KNVO, KTVX, KLUZ, WAWS, KCPT, WJKT, KXMA, KXMD, KINT, KTFN, WJTC, WLMT, WPTY, WGFL, KTUL, WTEV, WDSI, WPBY, WNPB**, WLOV, WQTO, KMYT, KPTS, WXXV, WMGT, KIKU
Digital-only, digital is final:
KCGE, KMDE, WTLF
Flash-cutting analog on 2/17/09:
WITV, KCAL, KTVT, KSTW, KCCO, KCCW, KBRR, KOED, KETA, KXMB, KETA, KOED, KXMC, KHET***, KOBF, KJRR, KGUN, KSTP
Silencing analog early:
Silencing analog, returning on new channel:
Awaiting FCC action:
WCOV, KMEB, KAAL
Pegasus stations that need to flash cut but whose filings contain few or no details:
Little or no information:
WVXF in the US Virgin Islands will be silencing their analog around 02/01/09 to prepare to flash-cut the channel 17 transmitter to digital. It will start operating again 02/18/09.
KSAX will fit in the first category, but will operate channel 42 with an STA for up to three months while it builds out final facilities with the UHF transmitter from WHEC.
WMTJ in Puerto Rico has yet to build out its digital facilities, but once they are done will fall into the first category, analog to the end.
WMGM has already reduced analog power, but otherwise fits in the first category.
KSTC will operate channel 44 with an STA for a few months until the channel 45 transmitter is converted to digital.
* Already flash-cut or signed on digital-only.
** WNPB will move digital antenna to the top of the tower within 6 months after 02/17/09.
*** Will halve power in Summer 2008.
Pegasus needs to find someone who can file a form.
In addition to all of that, my page has now been updated to include almost all of the stations that have filed for CPs, with the exception of the South Dakota PBS stations. I was lazy about those and will catch them later. I'm also working on entering in facilities for all stations that are done building already, but it's coming slowly.