Home Entertainment has analyzed the top 25 largest TV markets in the U.S. and provided a summary of which Digital HDTV Antennas work best for your city.
Here's Atlanta's new line-up. Please take note of some new channel assignments.
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The Beautiful City Of Atlanta
The Atlanta television market is the eighth largest in the US: it covers roughly 35,000 square miles of territory in central and Northern Georgia, Eastern Alabama, and south central Tennessee. The June 12, 2009 conversion to digital broadcasting has yielded a mixture of VHF and UHF stations: WXIA is on channel 10, and WGVK, the PBS station, is now on channel 8: the other digital stations are now on UHF. The various Spanish stations have traditionally been on UHF channels, and most have changed channels.
Previously, the Atlanta TV viewing area was mix of VHF and UHF analog stations, so many viewers have already installed antennas capable of receiving both TV bands, but many people have found that the changes in channels among the local TV stations have confused them. Everyone who is having problems with the new digital channels is suggested to rescan their digital tuners and converter boxes to find the new channels.