Some viewers may have trouble seeing WRAL-TV signal
To get ready for the transition to digital TV that happens in February 2009, WRAL has to change out equipment at the top of our 2000-foot tower. We'll have to broadcast from an auxiliary antenna.Posted — Updated
The signal will be back to full strength by February.
In the meantime, if you have trouble viewing WRAL, try adjusting your antenna, moving it to a different part of the room or getting a rooftop antenna.
By law, on Feb. 17, 2009, full-power television stations nationwide will stop using the old method of transmitting TV signals, known as analog, and begin broadcasting exclusively in a digital format.
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