Update 9/18/23 at 7:36pm: - Here is a link to the Rabbitears.info broadcast range where you can zoom in down to your location.
WTNX-LD Broadcast Range
If only they could do it for W14EE. I get it when tropo is good and most of the time it is on the verge of going out.
I wonder why they are not moving to WSMV's tower?
The new WTNX map along side WAFF in Huntsville, AL. https://www.rabbitears.info/contour.php?appid=25076ff38a6c9d0f018a761604b10509&site=1&dma=N&contour=Y&lppc=N&int=N&pop=N&incpop=&excpop=&z1=N&nrqz=N&lprw=N&head=Y&asrn=&extras=25076ff3630402ee01632c93c25a4f31&cir=&circen=
Good news for me here in Gallatin. I can receive WSMV on VHF 10 pretty well. Their signal is about 25db for me. I have never been able to receive WTNX-LD on UHF 15. The higher tower will be a huge improvement.
You will be within the contour line of WTNX-LD. So when it eventually goes to its newer tower then you will get it great.
It will be great because, for me, WSMV's VHF 10 is fragile in bad weather.
W26FM-LD filed for a construction permit in the Bowling Green, KY market.
W35DZ has filed a Minor Modification to their CP. They are changing from 8 bay antennas to 12.