BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - On June 12 WIVB-TV will turn off our analog signal andbroadcast exclusively in digital.
Due to a slight change in our transmission radius, more WesternNew Yorkers will be able to watch our HD signal.
However, some viewers in the following counties may not be ableto receive WIVB-TV over-the-air on digital Channel 4 because of hilly, rural conditions ortall buildings: Chautauqua, McKean, Potter, Warren, Allegany, Steuben,Livingston, Yates, Ontario and Monroe.
If you receive WIVB-TV through an antenna and are havingproblems with your digital reception, please call the FCC or log onto their website (at 1-888-CALLFCC (TTY 1-888-TELLFCC), visit www.DTV.gov/maps) or please call us at WIVB at 716-874-4410.
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