WFTV to view­ers: Ad­just your an­tenna

Orlando Sentinel - - LOCAL & STATE - By Hal Boedeker

If you watch WFTVChan­nel 9 over the air, you may have had trou­ble get­ting the ABC af­fil­i­ate.

WFTV is work­ing on its main trans­mit­ter in Fort Christ­mas and has shifted to its back-up site at St. Cloud.

WFTV is on the air at fully li­censed power, but urges view­ers to ad­just their an­ten­nas if they’re hav­ing prob­lems re­ceiv­ing the sta­tion.

For ex­am­ple, any­one in the Ti­tusville to Mel­bourne ar­eas should turn their an­tenna more to­ward the west.

View­ers in Kis­sim­mee and St. Cloud need to turn their an­tenna to point more east.

In a mes­sage to view­ers, WFTV ex­plains: “There is no need to res­can your TV. How­ever, you will need to move your an­tenna to re­ceive WFTV. The St. Cloud site is about twenty-one (21) miles south of the Fort Christ­mas site.”

WFTV says it ex­pects to be back at the Fort Christ­mas site on Jan. 16.

WFTV

Martha Su­gal­ski and Greg War­moth an­chor for WFTV-Chan­nel 9 from 5-6:30 p.m. and at 11 p.m.

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