WYFF - Digital Television - Analog-to-digital Conversion

Analog-to-digital Conversion

WYFF began a digital broadcast on May 1, 2002 on channel 59, which was one of the channels to be returned to the FCC after the digital television conversion was complete. When analog broadcasts ended on June 12, 2009, WYFF moved to channel 36 (formerly occupied by the analog signals of co-channel WCNC-TV in Charlotte and WATL in Atlanta). WYFF's digital signal is displayed as 4.1, its virtual channel number. At the time of the transition, all ATSC tuners were required to re-scanned to find WYFF 4 on channel 36 instead of 59.

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